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Agenda 01/09/2007 R COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AGENDA January 9, 2007 9:00 AM Frank Halas, Chairman, District 2 Jim Coletta, Vice-Chairman, District 5 Donna Fiala, Commissioner, District 1 Tom Henning, Commissioner, District 3 Fred W. Coyle, Commissioner, District 4 NOTICE: ALL PERSONS WISHING TO SPEAK ON ANY AGENDA ITEM MUST REGISTER PRIOR TO SPEAKING. SPEAKERS MUST REGISTER WITH THE COUNTY MANAGER PRIOR TO THE PRESENTATION OF THE AGENDA ITEM TO BE ADDRESSED. ALL REGISTERED SPEAKERS WILL RECEIVE UP TO THREE (3) MINUTES UNLESS THE TIME IS ADJUSTED BY THE CHAIRMAN. COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 2004-05, AS AMENDED REQUIRES THAT ALL LOBBYISTS SHALL, BEFORE ENGAGING IN ANY LOBBYING ACTIVITIES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ADDRESSING THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS), REGISTER WITH THE CLERK TO THE BOARD AT THE BOARD MINUTES AND RECORDS DEPARTMENT. REQUESTS TO ADDRESS THE BOARD ON SUBJECTS WHICH ARE NOT ON THIS AGENDA MUST BE SUBMITTED IN WRITING WITH EXPLANATION TO THE COUNTY MANAGER AT LEAST 13 DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING AND WILL BE HEARD UNDER "PUBLIC PETITIONS." ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL A DECISION OF THIS BOARD WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS PERTAINING THERETO, AND THEREFORE MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. ALL REGISTERED PUBLIC SPEAKERS WILL RECEIVE UP TO THREE (3) MINUTES UNLESS THE TIME IS ADJUSTED BY THE CHAIRMAN. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE COLLIER COUNTY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT LOCATED AT 3301 EAST TAMIAMI TRAIL, NAPLES, FLORIDA, 34112, (239) 774-8380; ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. LUNCH RECESS SCHEDULED FOR 12:00 NOON TO 1 :00 P.M. Page 1 of 11 1. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE A. Captain Alejandro Castillo, The Salvation Army 2. AGENDA AND MINUTES A. Approval of today's regular, consent and summary agenda as amended. (Ex Parte Disclosure provided by Commission members for consent and summary agenda.) B. November 28, 2006 . BCC Regular Meeting C. December 5, 2006 . BCC/PUD IOU Workshop #7 D. December 5, 2006 - BCC/Solid Waste Workshop E. December 12 and December 13, 2006 - BCC/Regular Meeting F. December 14, 2006 - BCC/LDC Meeting G. December 15, 2006 - Value Adjustment Board Meeting 3. SERVICE AWARDS: (EMPLOYEE AND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS) A. Advisory Committee Service Awards 5-Year Recipients 1. Ms. Carol Wright, Vanderbilt Beach Beautification MSTU Advisory Committee 2. Mr. Alvin Martin, Vanderbilt Beautification MSTU Advisory Committee 10-Year Recipients 1. Mr. Kent Orner, Ochopee Fire Control District Advisory Committee 4. PROCLAMATIONS A. Proclamation recognizing January 14, 2007 through January 20, 2007 as Purple Martin Week. To be accepted by Mr. Jerry Glasson, President, Purple Martin Society of Collier County. B. Proclamation designating January 31,2007 as Raymond L. Lutgert and Scott F. Lutgert Day. To be accepted by Dr. Jeffrey Allbritten, President, Edison College, Collier Campus. C. Proclamation designating January 15, 2007 as "See the Dream and Live the Vision Day" to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To be accepted by Ms. Rhonda Cummings and Ms. Dianna Perryman. D. Proclamation to recognize January 9, 2007 as "International Holocaust Remembrance Day". To be accepted by Mr. Murray Hendel. 5. PRESENTATIONS A. SELECTION OF CHAIRMAN AND VICE CHAIRMAN B. Presentation by MCM, Inc. on status of Golden Gate Parkway 6-laning and Airport Road Overpass. C. Presentation by APAC on status of 6-laning of Immokalee Road from Collier Boulevard to 43rd Street. Page 2 of 11 6. PUBLIC PETITIONS A. Public Petition request by Lori Young to discuss a new ordinance regarding offender residency boundaries. B. Public Petition request by Bobbie Dusek to discuss "Fighting Against Insurance Rates". C. Public Petition request by Thomas Selck to discuss drainage, septic location and erosion matters associated with Permit No. 2005080737. D. Public Petition request by Mayor Sammy Hamilton to discuss waiver of EMS fees for the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival. E. Public Petition request by Chuck Mohlke to discuss County Commission District Boundaries. F. Public Petition request by Connie Stegall-Fullmer to discuss Goodland Zoning Overlay. G. Public Petition request by John Sullivan to discuss a berm or sound wall adjacent to proposed Northeast Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility. Item 7 and 8 to be heard no sooner than 1:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted. 7. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS 8. ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS A. Recommendation to consider adopting an Ordinance Amending Collier County Ordinance No. 75-16, as amended, which establishes the time, place and conduct of the meetings of the Board of County Commissioners, to clarify and provide for super-majority voting as permitted by general law, special law, ordinance or resolution, and to consider adopting a resolution to settle certain types of land use disputes and land use litigation by super- majority vote. 9. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A. Appointment of member to the Pelican Bay Services Division Board. B. Appointment of members to the Library Advisory Board. C. Appointment of members to the County Government Productivity Committee. D. Appointment of member to the Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee. E. Appointment of member to the Environmental Advisory Council. F. Appointment of member to the Habitat Conservation Plan Ad Hoc Committee. G. Appointment of member to the Hispanic Affiars Advisory Board. H. Appointment of member to the Contractors' Licensing Board. I. Discussion on details of Goodland Overlay. (Commissioner Fiala) J. Request to reconsider Petition AVROW-2006-AR-9918. (Commissioner Fiala) Page 3 of 11 10. COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT A. To request direction from the Board regarding the purchase of a 1.14 acre parcel, currently under contract within Golden Gate Estates, Unit 53 under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, possibly at an additional cost of $50,000. (Alex Sulecki, Senior Environmental Specialist, Community Development) B. This item to be heard at 11 :00 a.m. To provide information on the status of the Southwest Florida Expressway Authority activities and the ongoing Toll Feasibility Studies for 1-75 and to discuss future options with the Board. (Norman Feder, Administrator, Transportation Services) C. Recommendation to approve the Memorandum of Agreement to participate in the Catalyst Project for Economic Development - Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Concern (RACEC's). (Tammie Nemecek, Economic Development Council.) D. Recommendation to approve award of Bid #07-4077, Asphalt and Related Items to Better Roads, Bonness, Quality Enterprises and FTA Holdings, LLC. For an estimated annual expenditure of $2,650,000.00. (Norman Feder, Administrator, Transportation Services) E. Recommendation to provide direction to staff regarding an applicants request for after-the- fact approval of an alternative road impact fee calculation for dry storage units at the Calusa Island Yacht Club and Marina, and to provide direction to staff regarding an applicants request for after-the-fact approval of a previous individual calculation of road impact fees for wet slips at the same marina. (Norman Feder, Administrator, Transportation Services) F. This item to be heard at 4:00 p.m. This item was continued from the November 28,2006 BCC Meeting. Recommendation to deny petition to convert fields at Veterans Community Park to (2) lighted Little League, (1) lighted Girls Softball, and (1) lighted baseball field. (Barry Williams, Director, Parks and Recreation) G. To receive approval to purchase the group insurance coverage and vendor services necessary to manage the group insurance program. ($4,137,435) (Len Price, Administrator, Administrative Services) H. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the County Manager or his designee to create an additional thirteen (13) permanent Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions within the Community Development and Environmental Services Division to address critical immediate land use approval, permitting, and inspection needs, and to give approval for any subsequent Budget Amendments required to fund such positions. (Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, Community Development) 11. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON GENERAL TOPICS 12. COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT A. Recommendation to authorize the Hispanic Affairs advisory board to present a proposed amendment to the HAAB Ordinance No. 91-37, as amended, and codified as Chapter 2, Article VIII, Division 7, in the Code of Laws and Ordinances, amending Section 7, Functions Powers and Duties, to clarify the HAABs goals and objectives, and providing an effective date. B. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners review the Collier County Ethics Ordinance No. 04-05, as amended, discuss the status of the ordinance and possible revisions, and direct the County Attorney's Office to return with a proposed amendment if desired. Page 4 of 11 13. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 14. AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 15. STAFF AND COMMISSION GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS --------------------------------------------------------------------..--------------------------------------..-------------------------------- 16. CONSENT AGENDA - All matters listed under this item are considered to be routine and action will be taken by one motion without separate discussion of each item. If discussion is desired by a member of the Board, that item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. -----------......---..-..----------------------..-..---------------------------........-------------......---------------------------..------------.....----------- A. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 1. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Delasol Phase Three. The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. 2. Recommendation to approve final approval of the water utility facility for Forest Glen, Parcel 5. 3. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water utility facility for Forest Glen, Parcel 6. 4. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Forest Glen of Naples. The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. 5. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Florida Club of Naples. 6. Recommendation to approve Second Amendment to the Marco Island Cable Franchise Agreement that extends the cable operators franchised area to all of unincorporated Collier County and whereby the cable operator commits to install fiber cable for the use and benefit of Collier County. 7. Recommendation to award contract No. 07-4039 for $49,716 to Fraser and Mohlke and Associates, Inc., a consultant firm, to take the primary lead within the public participation phase of the East of CR951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study and collect and tabulate the results of the public polling. 8. This item requires that ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission Members. Should a hearing be held on this item, all participants are required to be sworn in. Recommendation to approve for recording the final plat of Carolina Village, approval of the standard form Construction and Maintenance Agreement and approval of the amount of the performance security. B. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1. Recommendation to award a construction contract to Better Roads, Inc. for Immokalee Road (C.R. 846) Intersection Improvements at Sanctuary Road, Bid No. 07-4090, Project No. 66065, in the amount of $826,725.20. 2. Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07- 3986R, Annual Contract for Concrete Sidewalk and Curb Maintenance to N. R. Contractors, inc. for an estimated annual expenditure of $250,000. Page 5 of 11 3. Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07- 4043, Milling of Existing Asphalt Roadways to FTA Holdings, LLC, Better Roads, Inc. and Bonness for an estimated annual expenditure of $100,000. 4. Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07- 4057, Purchase and Delivery of Metal and Polyethylene Pipe to Contech Construction Products, Inc., Ferguson Waterworks and HD Supply Waterworks L TD for an estimated annual expenditure of $50,000. 5. Recommendation to approve a Resolution establishing a No Parking zone on the south shoulder of Radio Lane beginning at the point of tangent for the eastern driveway leading to the Circle K store and extending 600 feet eastward at a cost of $1900. 6. Recommendation to Direct the County Manager or his Designee to Draft a County Ordinance Governing the Threshold Amount of Land or Easement Purchases Requiring One or Two Real Estate Appraisals (Estimated fiscal impact: $0.00 ) 7. Recommendation to approve an Inter-local Agreement between the School District of Collier County, collectively referred to as "District, and Collier County, herein referred to as County, for possible future operational improvements as it pertains to Elementary School 'M' traffic impacts. 8. Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to execute a Local Agency Program Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation in which Collier County would be reimbursed up to $200,000 for sidewalk construction on Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive (Project #601201). 9. Recommendation to award Contract #06-3975 Annual Fixed Term Professional Transportation Planning Consultant Services to one (1) additional firm (Estimated Annual Amount $300,000). 10. Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 grant application and applicable document, and to accept the grant if awarded. ($317,000) 11. Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 grant application and applicable document, and to accept the grant if awarded. ($837,244.80) C. PUBLIC UTILITIES 1. Recommendation to convey a Utility Easement to the Water-Sewer District for five public water supply well sites, associated pipelines, and access on the Collier County Fairgrounds property at an estimated cost not to exceed $61.00, for the North East Regional Water Treatment Plant Wellfield, Project Number 70899. 2. Recommendation to approve Work Order # CT-FT-3971-07-05 under Contract # 06-3971, Annual Contract for General Contractors Service, to Chris-Tel Company of S.W. Florida. in the amount of $168,878.00 for interior renovations at the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant (NCRWTP), Project Number 700953. 3. Recommendation to approve a deduct Change Order to Contract 04-3535, Work Order UC- 235, with Kyle Construction, Inc. for $50,597.00 for the South County Water Reclamation Facility Reliability Improvements Lely High School Force Main, Project 72508. 4. Recommendation to award Contract(s) #06-4015 Solid Waste Professional Engineering, Technical and Financial Consulting Services to the following firms: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.; CH2M Hill, Inc.; Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan, Inc.; Brown and Caldwell; and R.W. Beck, Inc. not to exceed $750,000 per contract per year. Page 6 of 11 5. Approval to transfer funds and the associated budget amendments for Agreement ML070554 and ML040284 with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) from Miscellaneous Grant Fund (116) to Water Pollution Control Fund (114) in the amount of $244,414. 6. Approval of agreement with the South Florida Water Management District to monitor ground water in Collier County in the amount of $337,601 and the associated budget amendment. 7. Recommendation to executive agreement with WCI Communities, Incorporated for cost sharing for the replacement of the 6" watermain on Tower Road for a fiscal impact not to exceed amount of $110,600. D. PUBLIC SERVICES 1. Recommendation to approve a Second Amendment to Lease Agreement with Collier Model Aeronautic Club, Inc., for the continued use of vacant County-owned land at an annual income of $10. 2. Recommendation to appropriate reserves in the amount of $32,930 to replace the Fire Suppression Hood at Golden Gate Community Center. E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment to Fund 516, Property and Casualty Insurance in the amount of $533,500 to efficiently manage the payment of Builders Risk Insurance premiums on various capital construction projects. 2. Recommendation to repeal Collier County Resolution No. 95-474 and discontinue the collection of fees for the provision of a Vendor Subscription Service. 3. Recommendation to approve the addition of the classification Deputy Administrator _ CDES to the 2007 Fiscal Year Pay and Classification Plan. 4. Recommendation to approve a Sign Easement with Wal-Mart Stores Inc., allowing Collier County to install a permanent sign on vacant land to advertise the Countys Museum with no annual rent. 5. Report and Ratify Staff-Approved Change Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board- Approved Contracts. 6. Recommendation to ratify additions to and a modification to the 2007 Fiscal Year Pay and Classification Plan made from October 1, 2006 through December 15, 2006. 7. Recommendation to award Bid 07-4083 "On-Call Electrician Repairs and New Installation- County Wide" to multiple vendors. ($164,000 annually) 8. Recommendation to award Bid 07-4097 "On Call Plumbing Contractor Services" to Shamrock Plumbing & Mechanical, Inc. as primary, First Class Plumbing as secondary and Eddie Bock's Plumbing as the third vendor for Plumbing Services. ($190,000 annually) F. COUNTY MANAGER 1. Recommendation to approve a resolution providing for the establishment of a Use Agreement between Collier County Board of County Commissioners and the Florida Bureau of Public Lands and authorized Chairperson to sign the Public Use Agreement after approval by the County Attorneys Office. (Wiggins Pass dredging - State Park beach renourishment) Page 7 of 11 G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1. Recommendation to approve and execute Site Improvement Grant Agreement(s) between the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency and a Grant Applicant(s) within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment area. 2. Recommendation to approve a Budget Amendment in the amount of $112,000 to Fund the Planned Unit Development at the Immokalee Regional Airport/Florida Tradeport. 3. Recommendation that the Community Redevelopment Agency approve a one-time monetary sponsorship of $5,000.00 to Bayshore Cultural Arts, Inc. for Hearts In The Garden event from the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Trust Fund (Fund 187) FY07 Marketing & Promotions budget for event set-up costs, rentals, security, printing and advertising expenses only, and declare the sponsorship serves a valid public purpose. H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Leadership Marco Government Luncheon on November 29th, 2006 at the Marco Island Yacht Club; $20.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 2. Commissioner Fiala request board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the 22nd Annual Scholarship Fashion Show on Wednesday, December 6th 2006; $60.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 3. Commissioner Halas requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a meeting serving a valid public purpose. Attended The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Executive Session, recognizing United States Senator Mel Martinez, on Tuesday, December 19,2006, at the Chamber Building, 2390 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, Florida. $10.00 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. 4. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a meeting serving a valid public purpose. Attended The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Executive Session, recognizing United States Senator Mel Martinez, on Tuesday, December 19,2006, at the Chamber Building, 2390 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, Florida. $10.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala travel budget. 5. Commissioner Halas requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the 50th Year Anniversary of Friends of the Library on Friday, January 12, 2007, at the Collier County Library Headquarters in Naples, Florida. $20.00 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. I. MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE 1. To file for record with action as directed. J. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 1. To obtain Board Approval for Disbursements for the Period of December 2,2006 through December 8, 2006 and for Submission into the Official Records of the Board. 2. To close out Grey Oaks Fire Station Number 20 capital project fund and remit unspent excess to North Naples and East Naples Fire Districts. 3. Authorize the Supervisor of Elections to accept voter poll worker recruitment and training fund with a 15% matching contribution. 4. Authorize the Supervisor of Elections to accept voter education funds with a 15% matching contribution. Page 8 of 11 5. To obtain Board Approval for Disbursements for the Period of November 25, 2006 through December 2, 2006 and for Submission into the Official Records of the Board. 6. To obtain Board Approval for Disbursements for the Period of December 9, 2006 through December 15, 2006 and for Submission into the Official Records of the Board. 7. To obtain Board Approval for Disbursements for the Period of December 16, 2006 through December 22, 2006 and for Submission into the Official Records of the Board. K. COUNTY ATTORNEY 1. Recommendation to Approve a Stipulated Final Judgment as to Parcels 140 and 141 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Regent Park Cluster Homes Association, et aI., Case No. 04- 3452-CA (Immokalee Road Project No. 66042). (Fiscal Impact: $13,150) 2. Recommendation to Approve a Mediated Settlement Agreement and a Stipulated Final Judgment to be Drafted Incorporating the Same Terms and Conditions as the Mediated Settlement Agreement in the Amount of $125,000.00 for the Acquisition of Parcels 720, 820A, 820B and 920 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Elhanon Combs, et aI., Case No. 03- 2352-CA (Golden Gate Parkway Project No. 60027). (Fiscal Impact: $74,897.80) 3. Recommendation to approve a Stipulated Final Judgment in the amount of $39,000.00 for the acquisition of Parcels 136, 836 and 936 in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. David J. Frey, et aI., Case No. 03-2353-CA (Golden Gate Parkway Project #60027). (Fiscal Impact: $29,157.00) 4. Recommendation to approve a Mediated Settlement Agreement and Stipulated Final Judgment for Parcel 139 in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. Edward Stanley Sanditen, et aI., Case No. 02-5165-CA(lmmokalee Road Project No. 60018). (Fiscal Impact $77,732) 5. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners Approve an Agreed Order Awarding Attorneys Fees and Costs in Connection with Parcels 128 and 728 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Terry L. Lichliter, et aI., Case No. 03-2273-CA (Golden Gate Parkway Project No. 60027). Fiscal Impact: $1,946.80. 6. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners Approve an Agreed Order Awarding Supplemental Attorney Fees in Connection with Parcels 117 and 717 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Jack E. Green, et aI., Case No. 03-2227-CA (Golden Gate Parkway, Project #60027) Fiscal Impact: $1,245.00. 7. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners Approve a Stipulated Final Judgment as to Respondent, Exxon Mobil Oil Corporation, for Parcel No. 133 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. First National Bank of Naples, et aI., Case No. 04-3587-CA (Immokalee Road Project No. 66042). Fiscal Impact: $2,300.00. 8. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners Approve a Stipulated Final Judgment as to Respondent, Exxon Mobil Oil Corporation, for Parcels 131A and 131B in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Stonebridge Country Club Community Association, Inc., et aI., Case No. 04-3588-CA (Immokalee Road Project No. 66042). Fiscal Impact: $3,750.00. 9. Recommendation to approve a Mediated Settlement Agreement and Stipulated Final Judgment for Parcel 805 in the lawsuit styled CC v. James M. Brown, et aI., Case No. 06-0525- CA (Santa Barbara Boulevard Project No. 62081). (Fiscal Impact $130,580) 10. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners Approve a Stipulated Final Judgment in the Amount of $158,675.00 for Parcel 145 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Regent Park Cluster Homes Association, et aI., Case No. 04-3452-CA (Immokalee Road Project No. 66042). Fiscal Impact: $36,347.75. 11. Recommendation to approve a Stipulated Final Judgment for Parcels 718A & 718B in the lawsuit styled CC v. Berean Baptist Church of Naples, Inc., et aI., Case No. 06-1254- CA(County Barn Road Project No. 60101). (Fiscal Impact $1,396.50) Page 9 of 11 12. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners and the Board of County Commissioners as the Ex-Officio Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District approve a Settlement Agreement and Release with Schenkel & Shultz, Inc., relating to the project known as the Design and Expansion of the South County Regional Water Reclamation Facility Second Floor Process Control Building, Contract No. 01-3235 and Work Order/Project #725091, as amended, and authorize the Chairman to execute any necessary settlement documents following final review by the County Attorney. 17. SUMMARY AGENDA - THIS SECTION IS FOR ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS AND MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: 1) A RECOMMENDATION FOR APPROVAL FROM STAFF; 2) UNANIMOUS RECOMMENDATION FOR APPROVAL BY THE COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OR OTHER AUTHORIZING AGENCIES OF ALL MEMBERS PRESENT AND VOTING; 3) NO WRITTEN OR ORAL OBJECTIONS TO THE ITEM RECEIVED BY STAFF, THE COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION, OTHER AUTHORIZING AGENCIES OR THE BOARD, PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE BCC MEETING ON WHICH THE ITEMS ARE SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD; AND 4) NO INDIVIDUALS ARE REGISTERED TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THE ITEM. FOR THOSE ITEMS, WHICH ARE QUASI-JUDICIAL IN NATURE, ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE SWORN IN. A. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Request the Board of County Commissioners to set a public hearing date of April 24, 2007 for consideration of a Development of Regional Impact Development Order amendment for petition DOA-2005-AR-7136, Grey Oaks DRllocated in the northeast, southeast, and northwest quadrants of Airport-Pulling Road and Golden Gate Parkway, in Sections 24, 25 and 26, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. (Companion to PUDA-2005-AR-10157). B. This item requires that all participants be Sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. RZ-2006-AR-10150 Buckstone Estates, LLC, represented by William L. Hoover, AICP of Hoover Planning and Development, Inc. and Richard Yovanovich, of Goodlette, Coleman & Johnson, P.A., request a rezone from the Rural Agricultural (A) zoning district to the Residential Multi-Family-6 zoning district (RMF-6[with a limit of 4 homes/ per acre]) for a 4.61 acre project known as Scenic Woods. The property is located on the south side of Wolfe Road approximately mile west of Collier Boulevard (County Road 951 )in Section 34, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. C. This item was continued from the December 12,2006 BCC, the January 9,2007 BCC meeting and is FURTHER CONTINUED TO THE JANUARY 23, 2007 BCC meeting. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Recommendation to approve Petition AVESMT-2006-AR-9775, Hanson to disclaim, renounce and vacate the Countys and the Publics interest in the south 30 feet of the South half of the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 24, Township 48 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. D. This item was continued from the December 12,2006 BCC meeting, the January 9, 2007 BCC meeting and has been continued indefinitely. This item requires that all participants be Sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Recommendation to approve Petition AVROW-2006-AR-9477, GOLDEN GATE ESTATES UNIT 95 to disclaim, renounce and vacate the Countys and the Publics interest in a 60 foot wide right of way easement known as 7TH Avenue NW (Cherrywood Drive) over portions of Tracts 15 & 16, Golden Gate Estates Unit 95, according to the plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 45, of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, and more specifically described in Exhibit A, and to accept a 20 foot wide alternate drainage easement and two 10 foot by 10 foot alternate drainage easements over portions of Tract 15, as more specifically described in the attached exhibits. Page 10 of 11 E. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners adopt an ordinance amending Collier County Ordinance No. 99-85, as amended, the Seniors Homestead Exemption Ordinance, to increase the additional homestead exemption for qualifying persons age 65 and older from $25,000 to $50,000 pursuant to the Florida Constitutional Amendment approved by referendum on November 7, 2006. 18. ADJOURN INQUIRIES CONCERNING CHANGES TO THE BOARD'S AGENDA SHOULD BE MADE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE AT 774.8383. Page 11 of 11 AGENDA CHANGES BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING Januarv 9. 2007 Items 3A1. 2 and 3: Recipients Carol Wright, Alvin Martin and Kent Orner will not be available to accept their awards. (Recipients' request.) Withdraw Item 6C: Public petition request by Thomas Selck to discuss drainage, septic location and erosion matters associated with Permit No. 2005080737. (Petitioner's request.) Item 8A: The draft resolution was inadvertently omitted from the agenda package. This resolution accompanies the ordinance for consideration of adoption by the Board under this agenda item. The Board has been provided copies of this draft resolution. (Staff's request.) Add on Item 9K: Name change of Collier Regional Medical Center to Physicians Regional Medical Center-Collier Boulevard, and name change of Physicians Regional Medical Center to Physicians Regional Medical Center-Pine Ridge. (Commissioner Coletta's request.) Item 16A1 should read: This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Delasol Phase Three. The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. (StaWs request.) Item 16A4 should read: This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Forest Glen of Naples. The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. (StaWs request.) Withdraw Item 16H3: Commissioner Halas requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a meeting serving a valid public purpose. Attended The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Executive Session, recognizing United States Senator Mel Martinez, on Tuesday, December 19, 2006, at the Chamber Building, 2390 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, Florida. $10 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. (Commissioner Halas' request.) Withdraw Item 16H4: Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a meeting serving a valid public purpose. Attended The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Executive Session, recognizing United States Senator Mel Martinez, on Tuesday, December 19, 2006, at the Chamber Building, 2390 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, Florida. $10.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Item 16J3: Note that backup material for this item did not attach into NOVUS and therefore did not appear in the agenda packet. Proper distribution of the backup material has been made. Item 16J4: Note that backup material for this item did not attached into NOVUS and therefore did not appear in the agenda packet. Proper distribution of the backup material has been made. Move Item 17B to 8B: This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. RZ-2006-AR-1 0150 Buckstone Estates, LLC, represented by William L. Hoover, AICP of Hoover Planning and Development, Inc. and Richard Yovanovich of Goodlette, Coleman & Johnson, P.A., request a rezone from the Rural Agricultural (A) [zoning district to the Residential Multi-Family-6 zoning district (RMF-6) with a limit of 4 homes/per acre]) for a 4.61 acre project known as Scenic Woods. The property is located on the south side of Wolfe Road approximately % mile west of Collier Boulevard (County Road 951 (in Section 34, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. (Commissioner Coyle's request.) Item 17B: Also note that the last sentence in the title on the agenda index should read, "The property is located on the south side of Wolfe Road approximately % mile west. . . . .." (% was omitted). (Staff's request.) Item 17C: The correct number for the proposed Resolution should be "Resolution No. 07-_", rather than "Resolution No. 06-_". (Staffls request.) Item 17D: The correct number for the proposed Resolution should be "Resolution No. 07-_", rather than "Resolution No. 06-_" (Staff's request.) Time Certain Items: Item 10B to be heard at 11 :00 a.m. To provide information on the status of the Southwest Florida Expressway Authority activities and the ongoing Toll Feasibility Studies for 1-75 and to discuss future options with the Board. Item 10F to be heard at 4:00 p.m. This item was continued from the November 28,2006 BCC Meeting. Recommendation to deny petition to convert fields at Veteran's Community Park to (2) lighted Little League, (1) lighted Girls Softball, and (1) lighted baseball field. ,."~' Board of County Commissioners Advisory Committee Service Awards Recipients Tuesday, January 9, 2007 Name # of Years Advisory Board Alvin Martin 5 Vanderbilt Beach Beautification MSTU Advisory Committee Carol Wriqht 5 Vanderbilt Beach Beautification MSTU Advisory Committee Kent Orner 10 OChopee Fire Control District Advisorv Committee .....-... Agenda Item No. 3A 1 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 Aaenda Item NO.3.", 1 , January 9. 2007 Page 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 3.~1 Meeting Date: Advisory Commlt~ee Service Awards 5-year reclplems Ms Carol Wright. Vanderbilt Beacn Beautification MSTU r:..dvlsory CommitteE', Mr. Alvin Marlm, Vanderbilt Beautlfic8tlon MSTU Advisory Committee 10-year reCipients' Mr Kent Orner, Ochopee Fire Control Distnct F,dv~sory Committee 1/9/200790000 AM Prepared By Paula Springs Executive Aide to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners Bce Office 12120/20064:53:38 PM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners BCC Office 121211200611 :06 AM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/22/20062:18 PM - ---~.._-----~-~._._--._._._--,---,-_. Agenda Item No. 4A January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 PRO CL.A IHA TI 0 N WHERfiAS, the Florida L.egislature has designated Collier County the Purple Martin Capital of Florida: and, WHEREAS, in a very short time, thtiusancls of our very bealltiflit~eathered friends, ,the Purple,+fa,.,ins, "will return from;theil" winter home in srazl1: and, " . WHEREAS, these birds will besea"fhing .for suitable housing ,to~nable them to nest and rear their young: and, . WHEREAS, IlierCounty isdesf~"furglng ese ;ve",.vq!ua/llewinged' rty :.,. fJJK/, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, i1 ~~r;,';' ,:,. ;;~"i: "--,!,::.~:-,,t!~)!"f:~';f NOW THEREFORc",,#e;tf'tfpr~~fai of Co/lleriCoun -,,:,;,'0';:'1 January to,,:; '.~ , 'U '~1; . DONE AND ORDERED THIS 9th Day of January, 2007. SOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA -"-; -............, / /' "'.;,-'..-""..:"."..,..... ."....... ,._,~_,,,,,,f ;:7. '. ..,."'-?",....,.... ,,-,,,,~,..;,'_"'. ~~_ ^ r---.......-..:.... .../' ,. ....;:t.:;:l0 ....;M _.../,~........... ..' . '.' .".Y' ~ ...."....__._--~ .. -_.=..'~ ----....I::::. '. ~/'" .,;__-::~.f-.~.~_ . . ./FRANK HALAS, CHAIRMAN A TTJ:ST: ""_..... Agenda Item No. 4A January 9. 2007 Page 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: LoA Proclamation recognizing January 14, 2007 through January 20 2007 as Pumle Martin Week. To be accepted by Mr Jerry Glasson. P,eSldent, Purpie Martin SOCIEty of Collier County Meeting Date: 1/9/2007 9.0C.OO AM Prepared By Lisa Resnick Executive Aide to the BGe Date Board of County Commissioners Bce Office 1212012006 11 :06:41 AM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners Bce Office 121201200611:23 AM Approved By Leo E. Ochs. Jr. Deputy County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/20120062:05 PM Agenda Item No. 48 PRO C LAM A T ION January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 WHEREAS, Raymond L. Lutgert and Scott F. Lutgert have envisioned a first-class community in Collier County, in which unparalleled climate, lifestyle, and business prospects are complemented with exceptional opportunities for education, health care, the arts and other amenities; and, WHEREAS, for over four decades, the Lutgert Companies have supported numerous charities, organizations and other programs in Collier County through extraordinary vision, leadership, and generous financial sponsorship,' and, WHEREAS, Raymond L. Lutgert has pledged $5 mil/ion to Florida Gulf Coast University for a new 73,OOO-square-foot facility for the College of Business; and, WHEREAS, in partnership with Duke University Health Systems, he has established the Raymond L. Lutgert Cancer Center on the Naples Community Hospital campus; and, WHEREAS, as a gifted artist, he has created and donated "Education... the Lyric of Life, II a sculpture that is the focal point of the Collier Campus of Edison College,' and, WHEREAS, Scott F. Lutgert serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Florida Gulf Coast University, and provides invaluable leadership on other community boards, including NCH Healthcare System and the Philharmonic Center for the Arts; and, WHEREAS, Scott F. Lutgert's leadership as a founding trustee and current chair of the Naples Winter Wine Festival has helped to raise over $38 million in six years for the Naples Children and Education Foundation, with proceeds supporting charitable programs that improve the physical, emotional and educational lives of underprivileged or at-risk children in Collier County; and, WHEREAS, he has been inducted into the Southwest Florida Junior Achievement Business Leadership Hall of Fame for his outstanding contributions and dedication; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners is pleased to offer a special tribute to Raymond L. Lutgert and Scott F. Lutgert, whose vision and efforts on behalf of Collier County, merit the recognition and gratitude of our citizens. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, does hereby recognize Raymond L. Lutgert and Scott F. Lutgert and their steadfast commitment to changing and enriching lives through the advancement of academic and educational opportunities, and proclaim Wednesday, January 31, 2007, to be designated as RA YMOND L. LUTGERT AND SCOTT F. LUTGERT DA Y DONE AND ORDERED THIS 9th Day of January, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA FRANK HALAS, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK !~oenda Hem No. 48 " J:3nuary 9, 2007 PagE 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 48 Meeting Date: Proclamation des:gnating January 31 2007 as Raymond L Lutgen and Scott F. Lutgert Day. To be accepted by Dr Jeffrey Allbritten, President Edison College. Collier Campus 1/9/2007900:00 AM Prepared By Lisa Resnick Executive Aide to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners BCC Office 12/20/200611:08:13AM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners Bce Office 121201200611:24 AM Approved By Leo E. Ochs, Jr. Deputy County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/2012006 2:07 PM Agenda Item No. 4C January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Dr. Martin Luther King .Jr. spoke passionately of his dream of an America where all citizens would be judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin; where all Americans would enjoy the riches of freedom and the security of justice; where the doors of opportunity would be open for all; and, WHEREAS, the celebration of Dr. King5 birthday is intended as a time for all Americans to reaffirm their commitment to the basic principals that underlie our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution - equality and justice for all; and, WHEREAS, on January 15, 2007, the people of Collier County will remember Dr. King's Dream and Vision and renew our commitment to the fundamental principals of freedom, opportunity, and equality; and, -- WHEREAS, the Collier County branch of the NAACP will help us all to remember Dr. King's Dream and Vision by presenting the 10th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Parade, to be held in the City of Naples on January 15, 2007. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that .January 15, 2007, be designated as SEE THE DREAM AND LIVE THE VISION DA Y DONE AND ORDERED THIS 9th Day of January, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA FRANK HALAS, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK -- Agenda Itel11 No. 4C January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 4C Proclamation des!';Jnatl~g January 15 2007 as "See the DrEam and Live. the VIsion Day" to h::mor Dr Martin Luther King, Jr To be accepted by Ms Rhonda Cummlllgs and Ms D~anna Perryman Meeting Date: ~,,'9/2007 8:00'00 /\M Prep. red By Lisa Resnick Ex:ecutive Aide to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners Bce Office 12120/200611:09:12AM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners Bee Office 1212012006 11 :24 AM Approved By Leo E. Ochs. Jr Deputy County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners. County Manager's Office 12120120062:07 PM Agenda Item No. 40 January 9, 2 07 Page 1 f 2 PROCLAMATION in a resolution co"'spo~t:lby:the.104 Member States, thet./nited Nations General~ssem~ly~a$~esip~tedJa,!uary 9t",as International Holoca,!stiBel1]e"!rfance Day in ~neffo~tQ~~P , memory of the HolD7aus,t ,(J'i~rQfI(ltorea.ffirmunfa(tering'1J1solve,to" prevent the reCUf?rence "ofsu~"',crimefandfuture, acts~f9i!nocide,. and,' ."' " WHEREAS, January 27, 1945" is.crlrreni'f'recognized as the ofn'fia!dayof . remembrance for Holoc sin many countries and marks the day when an adY! ted. the largesffJazi death camp, Ausch'\ _. '~'\Y~.~ DONE AND ORDERED THI. BOARD'OF COt./NTY COMMISSIONERS COI..l.IERCOVNTY, FLORIDA FRANK HAl.AS, CHAIRMAN A TrEST: t>WIGHTE .BROCK, CLERK ~ (>,genda Item No. 40 Jalluary 9, 2007 Page 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Meeting Date: ~D Prociamailon to recognize January 9, 2007 as "lnle:Tiational Holocaust Remembrance Day" To be accepted by Mr Murray Hendel 1/9/2007 9:0D:00 A.M Item Number: Item Summary: Prepared By Lisa Resnick Executive Aide to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners Bee Office 12/28/20068:48:48 AM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners Bee OffIce 12/28120062:04 PM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/28/20064:26 PM Agenda Item No. 58 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 CONTRACTOR PRESENTATION FORM Board Presentation Date: 1/09/2007 Contract Number, Project Title, Project Number: 04-3653, Golden Gate Parkway Grade Separated Overpass, # 60006. Firm Name: MCM Engineering & General Contractors Proiect Manag:er: James Zuver Proiect Descri1>tion: Widen the existing four-lane arterial to six lanes from Bear's Paw to Livingston Road. The project includes construction of a grade separated overpass, relocating a water main and box culvert, landscaping, and sidewalk and bike paths along the Parkway. Orig:inal Start Date: 9/7/2004 Notice to Proceed Issuance Date: 9/7/2004 Orig:inal Com1>letion Date: 9/24/2006 Orig:inal Bud2et:$35,397,685.35 Revised Budg:et: $37,951,482.80 .- Revised Com1>letion Date: 6/3/2007 Reason(s) for Variance: Project was Reason(s) for Variance: Increased costs for delayed due to 1.) Unsuitable soil under construction, landscaping, de-mucking and the roadway and canal, 2.) Hurricane misc. unsuitable subsoil conditions requiring and weather days, and 3.) A change to de-mucking under existing roadway, and S- the "S-Wall" design. Starting March of Wall design change due to the breaching of 2005, four Change Orders that added 52 the bed rock during the original canal days for weather delays. We had 13 construction prior to this project. days added for removal of unsuitable subsoil (muck under existing roadway), which revised completion date to November 30, 2006. Change order number 13, dated September 2006, added 177 days for the S- W all design change and procurement of materials for it. The completion date is revised to June of 2007. Actions Planned/Taken to Minimize Actions Planned/Taken to Minimize Variance: Variance: - Current Project Status: The Contractor presented to the BCC on 12/12/06 that they would have the bridge open to traffic by March or April of 2007, Substantial .L\aenda item ~~o. sa " January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 completion May 07. Final completion June 07. Efforts continue of bridge superstructure, MSE (Mechanically Stabilized Earth) Walls, roadway embankments and grading on Golden Gate. 81 % of time and 76 % of Money "........ -. Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Aqenda Item ~~O- 58 'January 2007 Page of 3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 58 Presentation by MCM Inc on status of GOlden Gate Parkway 6-laning and .4lrport Road Overpass 1;9/20079:00,00 AM Date Prepared By James S. Zuver Transportation Services Field Engineering Inspector Transportation Engineering and Construction 12119120062:31:12 PM Steve Ritter Date Approved By Transportation Services Field Engineering Inspector Transportation Engineering and Construction 12119120062:49 PM NaJch Ahmad DIrector Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Engineering & ConstnJctlon Management 12119120062:49 PM Rhonda Rembert Contract Specialist Date Approved By Administrative Services Purchasing 12119/20063:16 PM Steve Carnell Purchasing/General Svcs Director Date Approved By Administrative Services Purchasing 12119120064:23 PM Sharon Newman Accounting Supentisor Date Approved By Tnmsportation Services n"ansportaOon Services Admin 12/19/20064:5; PM LIsa Taylor ManagementrBlJdget AWlJyst Date Approved By TransportaHan Services Transportation Adminrstration 12r20/2D06 440 PM Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation DiviSion Admmistrator Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin. 12121/20069:32 AM PDt Lehnhard Executive Secretary Dttte Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12121/2006 9;!i2 AM OMS Coordinator AdminIstrative Assist&nt Date Approved By County Manager's OffiCe' Office of Managem'C:'nt &. Budget 12f2112006 3:20 PM Susan Usller Senior Management/Budget Analyst Date Approved By County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12{23f20Cl€ 8;37 /',f.J: County Manager DIite Approved By James v. Mudcl BO:lrd of County CommiSSIoners Count',' M<lnager'~:. Office 12!23r2006 11 :26 AM UI'-N JoQ.g '0 'J.,... J)(]) e:>.OJ .$ rod: -::) roc: -cro c:' (]) OJ <{ ,~ _. ~ o ~ z o - Eo-< < Eo-< Z ~ 'J). ~ ~ c::: o Eo-< U < c::: Eo-< Z o U t- ~ ~ N 0\ r.. ~ = .... ; ~ <lj ..... ~ ~ := .!2 ..... ~ ..... := <lj '" <lj r.. ~ "C r.. ~ Q = QO ~ ~ ~ \,Cl =l:t: ..... 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Feder, AICP Transportatlon Division Administrator Date Approved By Tran&;Jortation Services Transportation Services Admin, 12121120069,31 AM Pat Lehnh.:trd Executive Secretary Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12:21/20069:47 AM Administrative Assistant Date App roved By OMB Coordinator County Mani:lger's. Office Office of M;;lnagemcnt & Budget 12121120063:09 PM SUS.1n Usher Sernor r,,1anagementlBudget Analyst Date Approved By County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12128120068:34 AM James V. Mudd County Mani:\ger Date Approved By Board of County Commissionei~ County Manager's Office 12f2Sf200B 11;21 AM Aaenda Item 1\10. 6A " January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 9 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail . Naples. Florida 34112 · (239) 774-8383 · Fax (239) 774-4010 December 1, 2006 Ms. Lori Young 3555 Santiago Way Naples, FL 34105 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss a New Ordinance Regarding Offender Residency Boundaries Dear Ms. Young: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the' meeting of January 9, 2007 regarding the above referenced subject. ,- Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m, in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance. please do not hesitate to contact this office. . JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator ~. Nov 30 06 10:26a LORI YOUNG PA 2399639197 Agenda f?eln No. 6A January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 9 Reauest to Soeak under Public Petition Please print Name: L . U c..F"-; f OojA."'~ ~ S Pr ~ .r ;e.! t# A.JI l":b r '.1.1 L"(;...N .:.... C'r'.I,"L #.J""Joc,.~' ~~N Address: "') f'- r- c-- \' I ..:s..) \.J \J ~ <. ~ 'f-'" ~ ,. c;) , cAJc..p ({! of I FL- J~ I'o"r- W eo... <<-1' / Phone: ~3 i-tfl~s-o Cp( Date of the Board Meetina YOU wish to spealc J~^''''\.... r 7 1 ~ Jo 0 ) Please eXDlain in detailthe reason YOU are reauestino to speak (attach additional oaoe if necessary): ~ ~ 01:--.. (cfl .-fa f r ~ Sf",..J +- 4-C...P 'i1o o.....r-rJ2. ",.f=-. ~O-"....J~ r-Jt!......J CO_"""Js..~....,t:r.J' 4....... ()ro.() oS...... ( +c (!(:U...J~..d'~r "l.. , , C!.O--'+cJ orJ.<_~,. 7'"" J....e.. A.,')~ w 0 r-d;"",_c-... "";r:7..J d /".Jc r~~e ../-t...e.. ~""rt.....>.f-- ?~ef&:,.lr,r rr~~ Zp,Ji!.. -f-c.:, d.Sao .(.' f!..e -F. :r::.. ~~ ot::t. S {~"""-6- .('.,. ('" "".... e )c.[.t!""..ISo. 'eN o..c. ~"""r"<J ../-.0 i ('Vcl ~Je.. e:...Il C) +- Fb;..J(. ..........-""- tJ" l ( ~.......~ (!. 'S/ Jc...e.. ~~ ClAfr~,....,+ II:..<A.J o.f 1000 .n,~.{.- ~~ils .d..nr/-" o.......r PA.!"IC.. ;s ~ Cf>..Ji-f",,,,..J {oc..o:...{.jc)r-J LV(f{..),..., 0-1 eO_~"""~'7r ~ "- f:'-~;~ 0 -? .,)~oo ~e-f- t..vrJ.....lol! pr~l-(!;.<:..f- 0 --r r~$Ic:/--fs , - Please exolain in detail the action yOU are asking the Commission to take (attach additionaf P8ae if necessary): ..-!9- ff rc;)J~ e:... I"oJ ~ ""') O\c.J1:.~c.e 0 +: J S-o.:.> f:"~er ~.,r c>-f'~~~,.r 1l~~~~1 '>"~;~ ~~ ('o_~'-y _f;.Gd I, p__~ 61 ~ 1 C&...r~ ___~ ..rt.. -pM'-/I'.rt:.r ~ 'H!~/'.f~r ,',u c()/~',..r Cd...,"/?" (".....c P!,v~/",../;e.. /7{~ n:. rl r, c. ~ u"/ .6 ..,. .r~ r A/r.-"c.., Fe - I ./ C:\Documents and Settlngs\Owner\LocaI Settings\Tel11Xlrary Internet FiIes\OLKC\Public Pelltion Request Form.doc p,genda Item No. 6/\ Januarv 9, 2007 Page 3 of 9 TITLE ORDlNANCE PERTAINING TO CHAPTER XX OF THE CODE OF COLLIER COUNTY ENTITLED "OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS"; CREATlNG ARTICLE XX; PROHIBITING SEXUAL OFFENDERS AND SEXUAL PREDATORS CONVICTED OF CERTAIN CRIMES FROM LIVING WITHIN 2,500 FEET OF SPECIFIED LOCATIONS WITHIN COLLIER COUNTY; PROHIBITING THE RENTAL OR LEASE OF ANY PLACE, STRUCTURE OR PART THEREOF, OR TRAILER OR OTHER CONVEYANCE LOCATED WITHIN 2,500 FEET OF SPECIFIED LOCATIONS WITHIN THE COUNTY TO SEXUAL OFFENDERS OR SEXUAL PREDATORS; REQUIRING CONFIRMATION THA PROSPECTIVE RENTER OR LESSEE IS NOT A REGISTERED SEXUAL 0 ..ER OR SEXUAL PREDATOR; RESTRICTING SEXUAL OFFENDERS' EXUAL PREDATORS' ACCESS TO PARKS; PROVIDING FOR EXCEPTION ING MINIMUM STANDARDS PERTAINlNG TO RESIDENCY AND LEASING TO SEXUAL OFFENDERS OR SEXUAL PREDATO R APPLICABILITY THROUGHOUT INCORPO ORATED AREAS OF THE COUNTY AND SUPERSE MUNICIPAL STANDARDS; PROVIDING 0 lNCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECT BODY WHEREAS, the Board of County Co s concerned about convicted sexual offenders and sexual p repeat the unlawful acts for which they ha WHEREAS, the Boar the recidi alarmingly high, es . se who co WHEREAS, Colli 'County"), H ompelling interest in protecting children from predato . . . and 517 WHEREAS . .ting s {exual predators from living within 2,500 feet of Sc, chi facilities and limiting their contact with children at schoo arks and chr e fac . '11 reduce the amount of incidental contact sexual om d sexual pre s ha th children; and WHERE ducing the unt f incidental contact will decrease the opportunity for sexual offen r sexual dators to commit new sexual offenses against children; and WHEREAS, S s 7 4 . 5,947.1405 and 948.30, Florida Statutes, provide for one thousand (1,000) ence prohibitions from specified locations for certain sexual offenders and sexual dators in an effort to protect children and victims; and WHEREAS, Sectio 847.0134, Florida Statutes, provides that certain adult entertainment venues may not be located within two thousand five hundred (2,500) feet of the real property that comprises a public or private elementary, middle, or secondary school; and WHEREAS, in an effort to further protect children, Title 42, Sections 14071 and 3756, of the United States Code establishes a federal policy to register and monitor the location of certain sexual offenders and sexual predators; and WHEREAS, the Board desires to establish a policy regulating where sexual offenders and sexual predators live and limiting their access to children in an effort to protect children of the County from sexual abuse, Agenda Item No. 6A January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 9 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA: Section 1. That the above recitals of legislative intent and findings are fully incorporated herein as part of this ordinance. Section 2. Ordinance creating Article XX of Chapter XX of the Code of Collier County (lithe Code"): ARTICLE XVll. THE COLLIER COUNTY SEXUAL OFFENDER AND SEXUAL PREDATOR ORDINANCE Sec. 21-277. Title. Sec. 21-278. Findings and Intent. ty's co elling interest to promote, e of the citizens of the County, ocs and sexual predators from sidence certain areas where children are known easing certain property to sexual offenders is located where children are known to regularly rs' and sexual predators' access to schools, parks Article XVII shall be known and may be cited as liThe Colli and Sexual Predator Ordinance." (a) This Article sa plicable to incorporated and unincorporated areas of Collier County and shall co. te minimum requirements in all municipalities in the County, except as provided iii section 21-279 (b), regarding sexual offender and sexual predator residence proscriptions, renting or leasing to sexual offenders or sexual predators and restricting sexual offenders' and sexual predators' access to parks and child care facilities. Municipalities may adopt more restrictive requirements than the requirements contained herein. To the extent a municipality has requirements in effect that are less restrictive than the requirements required by this Article, the requirements of this Article shall supersede the requirements of that particular municipality. (b) The requirements of this Article shall be applicable in all municipalities in Collier Agenda Item r'~o, 6A January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 9 County ninety (90) days after the effective date of this ordinance. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in the Code, the requirements of this Article shall not apply to any municipality in County County that has, within ninety (90) days after the effective date ofthis ordinance, adopted a resolution providing that the County's Sexual Offender and Sexual Offender Ordinance shall not apply in that municipality. Any municipality that opts out of the requirements of the County's Sexual Offender and Sexual Predator Ordinance shall provide the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners with a copy of the resolution. (4) II regl mainten jurisdiction. The following terms and phrases when used in this Artic! ascribed to them in this section unless the context othe Sec. 21-280. Definitions. (1) "Child" or "children" means any person(s) Ie (2) "Child care facility" means day nurseries, an Department of Children and Families, and as define which is the result of a f whether adjudication but is ot limited to: a conviction ducted by the Armed Forces a plea of guilty or nolo ardi . . mean biological or adoptive parent of a child 'lity o. erson who is responsible for the care and suanfto Florida Statutes or similar laws of another or municipal park. (6) "Permanent resi ence" means a place where a person abides, lodges, or resides for fourteen (14) or more consecutive days. (7) "Reside" or "residence" means to have a place of permanent residence or temporary residence. (8) "School" means a public or private kindergarten, elementary, middle or secondary (high) school. .L\aenda Item No. 6A ~ January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 9 (9) "Sexual offender" shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 943.0435, Florida Statutes. (10) "Sexual offense" means a conviction under Sections 794.011, [c1] 800.04, 827.071 or 847.0145, Florida Statutes, or a similar law of another jurisdiction in which the victim of the sexual offense was less than sixteen (16) years of age, excluding Section 794.011(10), Florida Statutes. (11) "Sexual predator" shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 775.21, Florida Statutes. (12) "Temporary residence" means a place where the perso a period of fourteen (14) or more days in the aggregate d which is not the person's permanent address, or a place lodges, or resides for a period of four (4) or more c ti e or no any month and which is not the person's perman residence. Sec. 21-281. Sexual Offender and Sexual PreClat traight line from the outer boundary er's or sexual predator's residence to at comprises a school. The distance may te or automobile route, but instead as the shortest ints. (c) Penal not to excee by both such fi iolat s section 21-281 (a) herein shall be punished by a fine prisonment in the County jail for not more than 364 days or onment. 1. A sexual offender or sexual predator residing within 2,500 feet of any school does not commit a violation of this section if any of the following apply: (a) The sexual offender or sexual predator established a residence and registered said residence pursuant to Sections 775.21, 943.0435 or 944.607, Florida Statutes, prior to the effective date of this ordinance. The sexual offender or sexual predator shall not be deemed to have established a residence or registered said residence for purposes of this section, ifthe residence is an illegal multi-family apartment unit within a neighborhood Agenda Item No. 6/\ January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 9 zoned for single family residential use.[ c2] (b) The sexual offender or sexual predator was a minor when he or she committed the sexual offense and was not convicted as an adult. (c) The school was opened after the sexual offender or sexual predator established the residence. 2. Section 21-282 (l)(a) and (l)(c) herein shall not apply to a sexual offender or sexual predator who is convicted of a subsequent sexual offense as an ad t after residing at a registered residence within 2,500 feet of a school. conveyance for use feet of a school, lessor shall obtain co Department renter, 1 result per determin predator an Sec. 21-283. Property Owners or Lessors Prohibited fro Certain Sexual Offenders or Sexual Predators; Penalties. , structur" , or part thereof, trailer or other residence that is located within 2,500 greement is entered into, the owner or earch from the Collier County Sheriff forcement agency that the prospective a registered sexual offender or sexual predator as a e as defined in section 21-280 (10) herein. A aunt eriff Department to obtain assistance or referrals to ive renter, lessee or adult resident is a sexual offender or ether a residence is 2,500 feet. from a particular school. (c) Penalties. (1) A person who viblates section 21-283 (a) herein shall be punished by a fme not to exceed $500.00 or imprisonment in the County jail for not more than 60 days, or both such fine and imprisonment. A person who is convicted of a second or subsequent violation of section 21-283 (a) herein shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $1,000.00 or imprisonment in the County jail for not more than 364 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. (2) A person who violates section 21-283 (b) herein shall be punished by a civil penalty of five hundred dollars ($500.00) in the manner established by Chapter 8CC of this Code. Agenda Item No. 6A January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 9 Each day of violation or noncompliance shall constitute a separate offence. Sec. 21-284. Sexual Offender and Sexual Predator Access to Schools, Parks and Child Care Facilities Restricted; Penalties. (a) It is unlawful for a sexual offender or sexual predator convicted of a sexual offense, as defined in section 21-280 (10), to knowingly be present in a County school or municipal park, when a child under the age of sixteen (16) years is present, unless the sexual offender or sexual predator is the parent or legal guardian of a child present in the school or park. Section 3. County, Flo for violation 0 Chapter 8CC Code Enforcement 284 (a) or (c) herein shall be punished by . County jail for not more than 60 rson who is convicted of a second or ) herein shall be punished by a fine not to 'n the County jail for not more than 364 days, or by (b) Signage at the entrance of County and municipal parks person convicted of a sexual offense, as defined in sectio be present in a park when a child under the age of shetee sexual offender or sexual predator is the parent or . (c) It is unlawful for a sexual offender or sexual defined in section 21-280 (10), to knowingly ("facility") or on its premises unless the sexual 0 (1) Is dropping off or picking up a c guardian of said child and (2) Remains under the supervision of a the facility premises. [c3] ched Ie of Civil Penalties, ofth,e of the Code of Collier ended to include a civil penalty in the amount of $500.00 3 (b) as follows: 1 * * * Sec. 8CC-10. Schedule of civil penalties. The following table shows the sections of this Code, as they may be amended from time to time, which may be enforced pursuant to the provisions of this chapter; and the dollar amount of civil penalty for the violation of these sections as they may be amended. Agenda Item No. 6..l\ January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 9 *** Code Section Description of Violation Civil Penalty * * * >>21-283 (b) Failure to confirm that a prospective renter, lessee or adult resident is not a sexual offender or predator prior to renting or leasing property for use as residence when said residence is located within 2,500 feet of a school. $500.00<< Agenda Item l\lo. 6B January 9,2007 Page 1 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail . Naples, Florida 34112 . (239) 774-8383 · Fax (239) 774-4010 December 12, 2006 Ms. Bobbie Dusek 963 Fountain Run Naples, FL 34119 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss "Fighting Against Insurance Rates" Dear Ms. Dusek: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of January 9, 2006 regarding the above referenced subject. r'.....""''' Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Sincerely, /2 s;~~ ~M~dd County Manager JVMljb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney .- I , A'11Vl', Co f.)nT~ m~U'\d~e.r- Agenda Item No. 6B January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 2 Request to Speak under Public Petition Please print Name: "Bobb'\e.. Dusek. a~d ~%lb}Lj I(cut" '5~~han Address: -t--' 1< q(p ~ Fou nla)Y'\ l,)J""') }\) o..p~ J FL '!rf /I q Fax; : "55J.1- I "3 5 S- Phone: (P 15 ~ - LP( '3 ;;L Date of the Board Meeting YOU wish to speak: N~t al~,labl~ date.... Please exPlain in detail the reason you are reauestina to speak (attach additional paae if necessary): ~~ t..of'6h -to ~r-e"3--S +he. I~'SU~ of r T\~l)ra"c.E.> n;rte05 ~roLX3h our 5M~~ ~6fs o~nL7a:tJ~V\ c.alled FAT. 1<... -fOY fn( 'leV". ~, F/ghfi'rn AaaJn~I,y,m:mte ....t.. J) -::J ~t.::.t11.'"'~, Please explain in detailthe action you are askino the Commission to take (attach additional Da~e if necessary): W~ \).J~ 11 D -sk. -fa...... fDr"\dl'n:3 ~.lrG.. at') actud.Yt.f ~bY'f~ {lIS "'5~ m~ {)~ 1(V'5uY'odnt.t.J I~ ~UI'~V- c.(j/}~~ ~y al-sD If\GLud.-e.; at -6ame ~{d h'I\""IY\~ Cll""\ J:^~un2t'JrJ'. ~Y\~1.f' .W-e... ..r.btl~e co~-r+o fJl5"lJ,c::nr-O, 6,~ %l~ E~e> A~ed all homeol.L>neX'" and bv"'~~~ \.0<:- _~ i~ l_~ -+0'(" ~ rf)U~ -fJur'\oL o ur e.,-f:rc>yr~ +0 br/'ng abou; d^ang~ ' F:\DATA\PETlTION POLICY FOR PUBLIC PETITION\Public Petition Request Fonn.doc 1 'd daD: a 1 SO aD 0."0 - Agenda Item No. 6C January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 8 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiarni Trail . Naples, Rorida 34112 · (239) 774-8383 · Fax (239) 774-4010 December 18, 2006 Mr. Thomas E. Selck 3510 21st Avenue Southwest Naples, FL 34117 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Drainage, Septic Location and Erosion Matters Associated With Permit No. 2005080737 Dear Mr. Selck: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of January 9, 2007 regarding the above referenced subject. -. Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be presentat this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further infonnation or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Sincerely, '/' # / ,~~ qmes V. Mudd County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Bill Hammond, Director, Building Review & Permitting Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator ~. Thomas E. Selck 35102111 Avenue Southwest Naples, Fl34117 239.649.6471 ...mail: tselck@Swfla.rr.com Agenda Item No. 6C January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 8 REC€lVED COUNTY MANAGER OFFICE c_:; 1~ 2006 December 15, 2006 I-\Vi.,!ji.t FILE Mr. James V. Mudd, County Manager Collier County 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Re: Permit No. 2005080737, and attached letter to Mr. Hammond Dear Mr. Mudd: I am writing with respect to a Request To Speak Under Public Petition. Attached is my Request. My request to speak. may become moot if and when staff responds to my letter. I must say that I am surprised and disappointed that no responsible building department official could find the time or have the interest to respond to my request in a timely manner. This leaves me no other remedy than to take this matter to the commission once again. I am sorry to take up valuable commission time with this matter, but in light of the risks to my property and the expenses I have endured in trying to get this development completed responsibly I have no options. Mr. Mudd, you could shortstop this entire matter by simply asking the building department to step-up to the plate and tie up loose ends prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy. I believe, as does my attorney, that the County has the absolute duty to "render certain...that no additional runoff is displaced onto adjacent properties". This is the action the Commission approved at a public meeting. This is what was proposed by staff as a reasonable remedy. Please help make sure this happens. Thank you for your consideration, Mr. Mudd. Respectfull y, ~ Thomas Selck copy: Request To Speak, Letter to Mr. Hammond Reauest to Speak under Public Petition Agenda Item No. 6C January 9. 2007 Page 3 of 8 Please print Name: THOMAS E. SELCK Address: 3510 21st Av SW Phone: 649-6477 Date of the Board Meetina yOU wish to soeak: January 9, 2007 Please exolain in detail the reason YOU are reauestina to soeak (attach additional page if necessary): See attached letter to staff relating to Permit No. 2005080737. At the January 24th SOC meeting, you passed a resolution that stated in part, "staff...will render certain that the site is orooerlv graded and slooed to insure that all incremental storm water runoff created bv the construction of the sin ale family home is controlled as mandated bv Code to ensure that no additional runoff is disolaced onto adiacent Drooerties. " (emphasis added). I have requested an engineering proof from staff that this condition has been met Further, I asked that this and the other conditions of the building permit listed in the attached letter be satisfied prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy. Please explain in detail the action you are asking the Commission to take (attach additional oaoe if necessary): I respectfully request that the Commission direct staff as follows: 1) To provide me the engineering proof that the conditions contained in the January 24th resolution have been satisfied prior and the sites restored to the issuance of the C. O. 2) Require the developer to remove eroded fill material on my property and the other adjacent property prior to the issuance of the C.O. 3) Require the developer to install side yard gutters and downspouts that lead water to the rear of the property. - "'~N",+~h """'.1 .,ro.'OI"P.frr......-~++.f ih_..",.t.<<"lail n.....u_I""."...tc...Ot.hli" O.ot9+i.....'" C6~.'_+ C'....r""" ........".. Thomas E. Selck 351021" Avenue Southwest Naples, FL 34117 239.649.6477 e-mail: tselck@swl\u..com Agenda Item No. 6C Januarv 9. 2007 Page 4 of 8 November 27, 2006 Mr. Bill Hammond, Director Collier County Building Review & Permitting 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 CERTIFIED MAIL RECEIPT REQUESTED AND REGULAR MAIL Re: Permit No. 2005080737 & Attached Executive Summary Dear Mr. Hammond: Construction of the above permitted property is nearing completion. Accordingly, and as affected abutting property owners, we respectfully request the following be provided to us at least seven (7) days ~ any Certificate of Occupancy for this project is issued: 1) A copy of a final certified survey that demonstrates that the developer has complied with your EXECUTIVE SUMMARY RECOMMENDATIONS (copy attached) that will "render certain that the site is properly 2faded and sloJ>ed to insure that all incremental stonnwater runoff created by the construction of the single family home is controlled as mandated by Code to ensure that no additional runoff is displaced onto adjacent properties." The only way to ensure this conditions is for a licensed professional to affirm that the grading and sloping of the final site development is such that no additional water will flow from the project to adjacent properties. 2) Evidence as to the septic field's location relative to our potable well head. We measure this distance as being less about 60' while the code requires 75'. This is a health-safety issue and an objection that was raised initially. A certified survey will establish with certainty. 3) The developer has failed to retain on site the building pad fill material on either side. The pad fill has eroded onto our property and the property of Mr. Sharon Thoemke to the west. This matter has been reported to Code Enforcement on at least three prior occasions. The erosion is so extensive that portions of the foundation bottoms are exposed. This poor construction has existed for almost a year and can be verified by visual inspection. The attached photos show this. We request, that as a condition for issuance of an occupancy permit, the developer be required to remove their fill from the adjacent properties and make good and damage. Agenda Item No. 6C January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 8 Mr. Hammond November 27, 2006 of compliance with the page TWO 4) As of this date, there are no gutters and downspouts on the house and roof water continues to spill onto the building pad. Please require this prior to issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy as was agreed before the County Commission. The downspouts are to lead front and rear, not to the property lines. Mr. Hammond, as you know this has been an issue for us and Mrs. Thoemke for over a year. Now that this is getting near completion, we are relying on you and your staff to keep the promises you made at our appearances before the Commission by assuring us of the site drainage and septic setbacks. The drainage problem is more serious for Mrs. Thoemke since her home is older and lower and more subject to flooding, although it never has been flooded. If you cannot honor our requests for third party proof of the developer's compliance with drainage and septic location, and the erosion matters in advance of the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, please let me promptly know in writing as to the reasons why you can't honor oUI requests so that we may take other action. Respectfully, ~ Thomas E. Se1ck attachment: Executive Summary, photos copy (regular mail): Joe Schmidt (County), Tom Kuck (County), M. Silverio, Esq., S. Thoemke (abutting owner) Agenda Item No. 6e January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 8 PHOTOS OF EROSION & EXPOSED FOUNDATIONS PenrrritNo.2005080737 East side, shows erosion and exposed bottom of thickened slab along entire side. Detail, east side. . Aaenda Item No. 6C ~ January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 8 COLLIER COUN1YGOVERNMENT Community Development and Environmental Services Division D b 16 2006 Engineering Services Department ecem er I 2800 North Horseshoe Drive. Naples, Florida 34104 Mr. Thomas E. Selck 3510 21st Avenue Southwest Naples, F.lorida 34117 :~a;'0:7:;Z;: C :1,,2006 A .H'U",I ,) . _ -- ~~V'n..~.~ FILE r _/ ~ /" Dear Mr. Selck: ~Gl..1 c: /~""7Io~ q ~/l:.- 9.;;H.,/ 4? 7" ~ ~ This letter is in response to your December 12, 2006 letter to James Mudd, County ~~ Manager. It appears that several of the issues were directed to the Building Department~ - ~ and I will let Mr. Hammond respond to those issues. Re: Permit # 200508037 As County Engineer and Engineering Director, I am providing you the following response to issues that are the Engineering Department's responsibility to approve prior to the Certificate of Occupancy (CO): 1. Site Drainage: Response: I have scheduled the Count's Registered Professional Mapper and Surveyor (PMS) to obtain lot elevations to assure the lot drainage complies with the Site Plan and stormwater runoff is not directed onto your property. I will be present when we conduct the survey. 2. Require Developer to provide gutters and downspouts: Response: This is a County requirement that the Engineering Department checks for compliance prior to CO. 3. Require Developer to clean up erosion from your property and neighboring neighbor: Resp'onse: The Engineering Department will address this issue prior to CO. If you have additional issues related to this responsibility of the Engineering Department, please advise. (403-2472) c o (~~~ c o t Y Phone (239) 659-5744 Fax (239) 530-6201 www.colliergov.net Agenda Item No. 6C January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 8 Page 2 Sincerely, ~[V.iLt Thomas E. Kuck, P. E. Engineering Services Director! County Engineer cjm cc: James V. Mudd, County Manager Joseph Schmitt, Community Development I Environmental Services Administrator William Hammond, Building Review and Permitting Department! Director Don Nobles, Engineering Inspections Supervisor TEK Reading File . _. Agenda Item No. 60 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail · Naples. Florida 34112 · (239) 774-8383 · Fax (239) 774-4010 December 19, 2006 Mayor Sammy Hamilton, Jr. City of Everglades City Box 11 0 Everglades City, FL 34139 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Waiver of EMS Fees For The Annual Everglades City Seafood Festival Dear Mayor Hamilton: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of January 9, 2007 regarding the above referenced subject. .- Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Sincerely, r;3sl'M~4 County Manager JVM/j b cc: David Weigel, County Attorney ~ . Agenda Item r!?<a$d of 1 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 2 )dinejudi From: muddj Sent: Monday, December 18, 20066:56 PM To: bodinejudi Subject: FW: City of Everglades Judi. Draft the letter. Thanks, Jim From: BookkeeperRp@aol.com [mailto: BookkeeperRp@aol.com] Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 12:23 PM To: mudd.J Subject: City of Everglades Dear James Mudd: I am Mayor Sammy Hamilton, Jr. Bookkeeper, Raquel A. Pines, P.A. and the Mayor asked me to email you the following information today. ..... Please include Mayor Sammy Hamilton, Jr on the January 9th Agenda. a.c.n the EMS Fee be Waived for the Better Men Association on alf of the Seafood Festival? These fees have always been waived in the past and the Illoney is used for Non-Profit College Tuition for Children. Thank you for your cooperation and kindness in this important matter. Sincerely, Mayor Sammy Hamilton, Jr. (Email from Bookkeeper Raquel A. Pines, P.A.) 12/19/2006 Agenda Item No. 6E January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail · Naples, Florida 34112 . (239) 774-8383 . Fax (239) 774-4010 December 28, 2006 Mr. Chuck Mohlke Fraser & Mohlke Associates, Inc 375 2nd Avenue South Naples, FL 34103 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss County Commission District Boundaries Dear Mr. Mohlke: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of January 9, 2007 regarding the above referenced subject. -. Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concem and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Tumer Building (Building "F-) of the govemment complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. JVMImjb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Jennifer Edwards, Supervisor of Elections - Agenda Item No. 6E January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 2 rock_m Subject: FW: Adjustment of County Commission District Boundaries From: FRAMOH@aol.com [mailto:FRAMOH@aol.com] Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 3:08 PM To: judybodine@colliergov.net Cc: ochs_1 Subject: Adjustment of County Commission District Boundaries Good Afternoon Judy: By means of this e-mail, I am requesting an opportunity to address the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) at its next regular meeting on Tuesday, January 9, 2007, on the topic of "Adjustment of County Commission District Boundaries to Reflect Individual District Population Increases Since the Year 2000." I assume that any remarks I may make would be under the Public Petition section of the BCC's Agenda for January 9, 2007. My purpose in appearing before the BCC is to obtain affirmative direction from the Board to initiate the process provided for in the Laws of Florida, Section 124.07(3), stating: The board of county commissioners shall (underline added) from t;me to time, fix the boundaries of the above districts so as to keep them as nearly equal in proportion to population as possible; provided that changes made in the boundaries of county commission districts pursuant to this section shall be made only in odd-numbered Jlears. . ,ank you for your consideration of this request. Please advise me at your earliest convenience if this subject can be accommodated on the BCC's Agenda of January 9,2007. Respectfully, Chuck Mohlke (262-1410) 12/28/2006 Agenda Item No. 6F January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail · Naples, Florida 34112 · (239) 774-8383 · Fax (239) 774-4010 December 28, 2006 Ms. Connie Stegall-Fullmer, President Goodland Preservation Coalition P.O. Box 691 Goodland FL 34140 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Goodland Zoning Overlay Dear Ms. Stegall-Fullmer.: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of January 9, 2007 regarding the above referenced subject. ~,- Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action On your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore. your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building ~F.) of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office . Sincerely, ~ y~ L/ JamesV. MUdd~ County Manager JVM/mjb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator. Community Development ,- Agenda Item No. 6F January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 4 Goodland Preservation Coalition, Inc. (GPC) PO Box 691 Goodland, Fl. 34140 239-389-0255 Fax: 239-389-9173 goodlandt1@aol.com December 26, 2005 Mr. Jim Mudd County Manager 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL. 34112 Subj: Goodland - VR Zoning, Goodland Zoning Overlay, Goodland Advisory Panel, and Moratorium Petition Dear Jim, 163.320 I, F.S requires enforcement of the land development regulations which are detailed in Collier County's Land Development Code. F .S. doesn't recommend, suggest, or encourage enforcement. F.S. requires enforcement. The Goodland Preservation Coalition has learned that a building permit (#2006081072 dated 12/7/2006. Address: 502 East Coconut Ave. Goodland, Fl.) was issued as if certain relevant portions of the LDC did not even exist. Therefore, we believe the permit should be revoked or suspended until such a time as the owner's development plans may be made consistent with all relevant requirements of the LDC. The referenced building permit was issued to a man who does not live in Collier Co. His home is 7800 sf under air. His total square footage exceeds 14,000 sf. Yet, the average home size in the VR district in Goodland is between 600 and 800 sf The average on East Coconut is 650 sf and the largest home on East Coconut is 1500 sf. The purpose and intent of the Village Residential Zoning District (VR) is defmed in the LDC in 2.03.01-H. "...uses are located and designed to maintain a village residential character which is generally low DrofiJe with relatively small building footorints as is the current appearance olGoodland and Copeland." The Goodland Preservation Coalition believes that the mega-home permitted on East Coconut is a self-evident contradiction with the purpose and intent of VR zoning. Agenda Item No. 6F January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 4 Further, the Goodland Zoning Overlay (GZO) states in 2.03.07-J "To create design guidelines and development standards that will assure the orderly and appropriate development in the unincorporated area generally known as Goodland. The Goodland Zoning Overlay district (GZO) is intended to provide regulation and direction under which the growth and development of GoodJo.nd can occur with assurance that the tropical fIShing village and slIUlll town environment of Goodlllnd is protected and preserved, and that development and/or redevelopment reflect the unique residential and commercial characteristics of the community. " The precedent enabled by the county staff people who approved this permit is one that will alter the "unique residential characteristic of the community" forever, not to mention the general antipathy this project is going to create in Goodland in the very near future as folks here discover that those elements in the LDC written to protect Goodland are not, according to staff, worth the paper they're written on. The Owner-Builder Disclosure Statement, a part of the County's permit application, states, "Your construction must comply with all applicable laws, ordinances, building codes and zoning regulations. " Additionally, we have questions about the waiver of prescribed setbacks, the use of the express permit process, the studies that formed the basis of engineering on the septic system, soil analyses, and the use of a loft area at the third level above parking, et.al. The County Commissioners have another very important issue to consider. Goodland has 400 property owners most of whom are retired people whose incomes are under 80% of the county median income. Goodland has roughly 150 residences which qualify as affordable housing so long as these residences are retained by their current owners. The more the county encourages the sort of thing that has happened on East Coconut, the more it places these affordable residences at risk. The county is struggling to create affordable housing inventories in Collier Co. Allowing mega-homes in Goodland, whether through conscious intent or disregard, will surely lead to a permanent loss of those inventories. The Goodland Preservation Coalition desires to protect and preserve Goodland, in the same way that the LDC was intended. To that end, we desire to petition the County Commissioners to: 1) Impose an immediate moratorium on all new building permit applications in Goodland until October 31, 2007; 2) To immediately create a Goodland Advisory Council to support County staff and County Commissioners in matters pertaining to Goodland; 3) To immediately suspend or revoke the building permit in question until such a time as the construction project can be brought into compliance with all provisions and regulations in the LDC, including but not limited to those mentioned herein; Agenda Item No. 6F January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 4 4) To allow time for The Goodland Preservation Coalition to present an amendment to the Goodland Zoning Overlay to be included in the upcoming LDC cycle. We would like our petition to be presented to the Commissioners at their January 9th meeting. We ask for your support in arranging our petition to appear on the schedule. Thank you., Jim! Sincerely yours, Connie Stegall-Fullmer, President Goodland Preservation Coalition cc: Donna Fiala, Commissioner District 1 Agenda Item No. 6G January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 COLLIER COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail · Naples, Florida 34112 · (239) 774-8383 · Fax (239) 774-4010 January 2, 2007 Mr. John Sullivan 3278 Sturgeon Bay Court Naples, FL 34120 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss a Berm or Sound Wall Adjacent to Proposed Northeast Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility Dear Mr. Sullivan: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of January 9, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. ,- Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Norman Feder, Transportation Services Administrator _. . D@e 28 06 10:23p I'lal"'ia KOl"'opoulos 239-304-0215 Agendcf'lte\n No. 6G January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 -- Reauest to Soeak under Public Petition Please print Name: John L. (Jake) Sullivan Address: 3278 Sturgeon Bay Court, Naples, FL 34120 Phone: (239)919-9400 Date of the Board Meetina yOU wish to soeak: January 9, 2007 Please eXDlain in detail the reason yOU are reauestina to soeak (attach additional oaoe if necessary): This petition to speak to the Board of County Commissioners is requested on behalf of the members of the Community Advisory Panel of the proposed Northeast Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility, the Waterways of Naples HOA and the residen1s currently residing adjacent to the area where the proposed facility will be constructed. Currently residents concerns have been raised due to an impasse between the CAP and county staff with regard to the construction of a landscape benn that will enable the l"8Sidents residing adjacent to the proposed facility to retain some quality of life upon completion of the facility. C:\Documents and Settlngs\Jake\My DoclA'nents\CAP\PubficPelitionRequestForm.doc Dee 28 06 10:25p Maria Koropoulos 239-304-0215 Agenda Re~ No. 6G January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 3 .;. Please explain in detail the action YOU are askina the Commission to take (attach additional oaae if necessarv): Direct county staff to continue investigating the benefits a benn or sound wall would provide to residen1s living adjacent to the proposed facility. Bring back the It8m to the Board for consideration at a future date, but prior to approval of the Site Improvement Plan, to pennit the residents to present their concerns in a public forum 10 the Commiaaioners for detennination, in the event this impasse cannot be resolved. C:\Documerds and SelIings\JakelMy Documents\CAP\PubrlCP8lltionRequeorm.doc Agenda Item No. 8A January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to consider adopting an Ordinance Amending Collier Ordinance No. 75-16, as amended, which establishes the time, place and conduct of the meetings of the Board of County Commissioners, to clarify and provide for super-majority voting as permitted by general law, special law, ordinance or resolution, and to consider adopting a resolution to settle certain types of land use disputes and land use litigation by super-majority vote. OBJECTIVE: That the Board of County Commissioners consider adopting an Ordinance Amending Collier Ordinance No. 75-16, as amended, which establishes the time, place and conduct of the meetings of the Board of County Commissioners, to clarify and provide for super- majority voting as permitted by general law, special law, ordinance or resolution, and to consider adopting a resolution to settle certain types of land use disputes and land use litigation by super- majority vote. CONSIDERATIONS: By letter dated October 30, 2006, Commissioner Coyle requested that an item be placed on the Board agenda to discuss the adoption of a super-majority voting rule for purposes of approving settlement of certain types of land use disputes and land use litigation. On November 14, 2006, during the regularly scheduled meeting, the majority of the Board directed the Office of the County Attorney to bring back on December 12,2006, the question of adoption of a super-majority voting requirement for approval of celiain types of land use disputes and litigation for discussion before the whole Board. As the Board is aware, the Bert .1. Harris, Jr., Private Property Rights Protection Act, Section 70.001, et. seq., Fla. Stat., ("Harris Act") requires local govenunents to make a written settlement offer within 180 days of receiving a claim under the Harris Act. Further, the Harris Act expressly authorizes local governments to settle disputes by providing what would otherwise be a development order received only through the land use approval process. Such relief could include the actual or equivalent of a rezoning or a conditional use. Under Collier County requirements, rezonings and conditional uses (for example) must be approved by a four-fifths (4/5) vote of the full Board. On the other hand, approval of a settlement of a lawsuit or claim (or combination of the two) requires approval by only a simple majority of Board members present and voting once a quorum is established. To address concerns raised about the approval 0 f a settlement agreement which, in effect, allow a claimant or plaintiff to acquire a rezoning as part of the consideration for a settlement agreement, the Board may wish to consider adopting a super-majority voting requirement for any settlement agreement, whether arising out of the Harris Act or otherwise, that has the effect of granting development/land use rights that ordinarily require a super-majority vote if sought during the usual land use approval process. ,.- On December 13, 2006, during the second day of the Board's regularly scheduled meeting, the Board approved Agenda Item 12.B. by directing the Office of the County Attorney to advertise an ordinance amendment providing for such a super-majority requirement. Agenda Item [\jo. SA January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 6 Additionally, one Commissioner who voted in favor of the agenda item commented that other items such as an amendment to the tourist development plan should be subject to a super- majority requirement. This recommendation is consistent with the general law requirement that amendments to a plan of tourist development may not be substantially amended except by ordinance enacted by an affirmative vote of a majority plus one member of the Board. ~ 125.0104 (4)(d), F.S. The proposed ordinance has since been revised to be consistent with the requirements of ~ 125.0104 (4)(d), F.S., while also applicable to other general law provisions that require an ordinance to be adopted by an affirmative vote of the super-majority of the Board. In order to provide the Board with maximum flexibility, the ordinance amendment also allows for the Board to adopt such a super-majority voting requirement on any matter by use of a resolution. Thus, if the Board were to decide at some future date to change a policy of requiring a super-majority vote adopted by resolution, it could do so without the expense and time consuming process of an ordinance amendment. The Board may take note that this is the same way that the County handles changes in its Purchasing Policy. That is, there is a Purchasing Ordinance and then a resolution adopted pursuant to that Ordinance that may be changed from time to time by a superseding resolution. (Certainly, the Board could also proceed by simply having a specific ordinance amendment directed solely to the question of super-majority voting on certain types of land use settlements.) Consistent with Board direction, the Office of the County Attorney has advertised the Amendment to Ordinance 75-16 and now requests Board consideration of the Ordinance and Resolution attached to this Executive Summary. FISCAL IMPACT: There would appear to be no direct fiscal impact to the County if a super- majority voting requirement for certain land use settlements (or for other matters) is adopted by the Board. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: There is no known growth management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider adopting an Amendment to Ordinance 75-16, as amended, to provide for super-majority voting under certain circumstances and also consider adopting a Resolution to provide for super-majority voting to settle certain types of land use disputes and land use litigation. PREP ARE 0 BY: Michael W. Pettit, Chief Assistant County Attorney Jennifer A. Belpedio, Assistant County Attorney h/publlc/bcc agenda/O 1 0907 /exec sum,aluend ord I't: super liwjurity vUling un land use dispuies. Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. SA January 9. 2007 Page 3 of 6 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 8" Recommendation to consider adopting an OrdinancE: Amending Collier County Ordinance No. 75-16, as amended, W~llCh establishes the lime, place and conduct of the meetings of the Board Of County CommIssioners, to clarity and provide for super-majority voting as permitted by general law, special law, ordinance or resolullon, and to consIder adopting a resolution to settle certain types of land use disputes and land use litigation by super-majority vote 1/912007 9:0000 AM Date Prepared By Jennifer A. Belpedio County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/21/20063:02:44 PM Date Approved By Jennifer A. Belpedio County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12121/2006 3:49 PM Date Approved By David C. Weigel County Attorney County Attorney County Attorney Office 12121120064:14 PM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/22/2006 3:23 PM Date Approved By Michael Smykowski County Manager's Office Management & Budget Director Office of M.magement & Budget 12122/20053:53 PM Date Approved By James. V. Mudd Board of County Commiss.ioners County Manager County Manager's Office 12!22/200G 5:28 PM Agenda Item No. SA January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 6 ORDINANCE NO. 07- AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COLLIER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, FLORIDA AMENDING COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 75-16, AS AMENDED, WHICH ESTABLISHES THE TIME, PLACE AND CONDUCT OF THE MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; ADDING NEW SUBSECTION ONE, l(g) TO PROVIDE FOR SUPER-MAJORITY VOTING ON SPECIFIED MATTERS AS REQUIRED BY GENERAL LAW, SPECIAL LAW, ORDINANCE, OR BY RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY A MAJORITY OF THE FULL MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD; RELETTERING FORMER SUBSECTIONS ONE l(g) AND (h); PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES, PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT AND SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, certain matters that come before the Board of County Commissioners require pursuant to general or special Jaw a four-fifths (4/5) affirmative vote or super-majority of the Board of County Commissioners for purposes of adoption approval; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has further determined that it should have the flexibility to require a four-fifths (4/5) vote of the full Board or super-majority vote on other matters deemed to be of significant importance to the public or in order to ensure that the intent of a super-majority requirement imposed by general law, special law, or ordinance is achieved. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA that: SECTION ONE: ADDITION OF !\EW SUBSECTION ONE l(g) OF COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 75-16, AS AMENDED (g) Suver-Maiorit!. Exceotiol7. Whenever provided bv general law. special law, ordinance. or as specified bv resolution adopted bv a maioritv of the full membership of the Board. and notwithstanding subsection I.r. a motion. ordinance. legallv binding document or resolution mav be required to be adopted bv an affim1ative vote of four- fifths (415) of the full membership of the Board. SECT10N TWO: RELETTERING OF SCBSECTION ONE l(g) OF COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 75-16, AS AMENDED to Section ONE I (h) fg1 ill Rules of debate. The following rules of debate shall be observed by the board. Except as herein provided questions of order and the conduct of business shall be govemed by Robert's Rules of Order. (1) !l10tion under cOllsideration. When a motion is presented and seconded, it is under consideration and no other motion shall be received thereafter, Agenda Item No. SA January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 6 except to adjourn, to lay on the table, to postpone, or to amend until the question is decided. These countermotions shall have preference in the order in which they are mentioned, and the first two shall be decided without debate. Final action upon a pending motion may be deferred until the next meeting by majority of the members present. (2) Chairman participation. The presiding chainnan may move, second and debate from the chair, and shall not be deprived of any of the rights and privileges of a commissioner by reason ofbeing the presiding chairman. (3) Form of address. Each member shall address only the presiding officer for recognition, shall confine himself to the question under debate, and shall avoid personalities and indecorous language. (4) Interruption. A member, once recognized, shall not be interrupted except by a call to order or as herein otherwise provided. If a member is called to order, he shall stop speaking until the question is determined by the presiding officer. Any member may appeal the decision of the chair to the board for decision by majority vote. (5) Privilege of closing debate. The commissioner moving for the adoption of an ordinance, resolution or other act shall have the privilege of closing debate unless otherwise directed by the chair. (6) The question. Upon the closing of debate any member may require a roll call vote. Any member may give a brief statement or file a written explanation of his vote. SECTION THREE: RELETTERING OF SUBSECTION ONE l(h) OF COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 75-16, AS AMENDED to Section ONE I(i) Wi Minutes. The minutes of prior meetings approved by a majority of the members present shall become the official minutes. Each resolution, ordinance and legally binding document shall be signed by the presiding officer at the meeting and by the clerk and entered in the minutes. SECTION FOUR: INCLUSION IN THE CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES The provisions of this Ordinance shall become and be made a part of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Florida. The sections of the Ordinance may be renumbered or Agenda Item No. 8A January 9. 2007 Page 6 of 6 re-lettered to accomplish such, and the word "ordinance" may be changed to "section", "article", or any other appropriate word. SECTION FIVE: CONFLICT AND SEVERABILITY In the event this Ordinance conflicts with any other Ordinance of Collier County or other applicable law, the more restrictive shall apply. If any phrase or portion of the Ordinance is held invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion. SECTION SIX: EFFECTIVE DATE This Ordinance shall become effective upon filing with the Department of State. PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, this _ day of ,2007. ATTEST: Dwight E. Brock, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA BY: BY: DEPUTY CLERK , CHAIRMAN Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: Michael W. Pettit Chief Assistant County Attorney <lA RECEIVED C:O'jNTY MANAGER OFFICE JAN _';1 2007 f. rV. OFFICE OF THE COUNTY AL FROM: Judi Bodine, Executive Secretary, County Manager's Office Jennifer A. Belpedio, Assistant County Attorney ~ TO: DATE: January 8, 2007 RE: Add-On Documentation to Agenda Item SA - January 9, 2007 Judi _ attached please find a copy of a draft resolution which was inadvertently omitted from the January 9, 2007 agenda package under item 8A. This resolution accompanies the ordinance for consideration of adoption by the Board under this agenda item. I have left courtesy copies with the BCC Office for distribution to the Commissioners. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you. J AB/nfb attachment cc: David C. Weigel, County Attorney Board of County Commissioners 04-mgr~1095/612 RESOLUTION NO. 07-_ A RESOLUTION REQUIRING A VOTE OF FOUR-FIFTHS (4/5) OF THE FULL BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR APPROVAL OF CERTAIN TYPES OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS RESOLVING LAND USE DISPUTES OR LITIGATION WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners issues certain land use approvals/development orders only upon a four-fifths (4/5) affirmative vote of the full Board of County Commissioners; and WHEREAS, certain settlements of land use disputes and litigation including, without limitation, settlements of disputes arising out of the Bert J. Harris, Jr., Private Property Rights Protection Act, Section 70.001, et. seq., Fla. Stat" may result in a claimant or plaintiff receiving relief in the nature of a land use approval or development order that would otherwise require a four-fifths (4/5) vote of the Board of County Commissioners if acquired through the regular land use approval process; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined it is in the public interest that land use disputes and litigation that may result in a claimant or plaintiff receiving relief in the nature of a development order that would otherwise require a four-fifths (4/5) affirmative vote of the Board of County Commissioners should be subject to the same super- majority requirement for approval. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: 1. Settlements of a land use dispute, land use claim or land use litigation that effectively provide the claimant or plaintiff with development rights or approvals ordinarily approved by a four-fifths (4/5) vote of the full Board of County Commissioners through the regular land use process shall be approved by not less than a four-fifths (4/5) vote of the full Board of County Commissioners. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote this _ day of ,2007. A TrEST: Dwight E. Brock, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: BY: , CHAIRMAN DEPUTY CLERK EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9A January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 13 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE PELICAN BAY SERVICES DIVISION BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member representing the "Commercial" category to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term, expiring on March 31, 2009, to the Pelican Bay Services Division Board. CONSIDERATIONS: The Pelican Bay Services Division Board is an 11 member Board established by Ordinance 02-27 as amended. The Division provides landscaping services, including all public road maintenance and park areas, street lighting services, aquatic management services, beach cleaning, and the Clam Bay Restoration Project. It is the Division's responsibility to provide the framework of long-term community planning so that residents can enjoy the benefits of Pelican Bay while ensuring both the social and financial well-being of the Pelican Bay Community. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Ordinance No. 02-27, as amended states: "In the event that there are no prior unsuccessful candidates available for appointment to the PBSDB Board as provided herein, the vacant position shall be filled pursuant to the procedures of Collier County Ordinance No. 2001-55 including as may be amended or its successor ordinance." Mr. Matthew William Mathias, representing the "Commercial" category resigned on October 10, 2006 and since there were no prior unsuccessful candidates available for appointment, a press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 2 interested citizens: - APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. No No David Dripsa" Annette M. Alvarez Commercial Commercial COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Annette M. Alvarez, term expiring March 31,2009 FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9, 2007 - Aoenda Ilem No_ 9A .- January 9, 2007 Paqe 2 of 13 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: 9A Appointment of member to the Pelican Bay Services Division BDard 1/9/20079:00:00 AM Prepared By Sue Filson Board of County Commissioners ExecutIve Manager to the Bee Date Bce Office 11/29/20062:37:16 PM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12119/20066:45 PM ?genda Item No. 9.1:\ January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 13 Memorandum To: Sue Filson Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners From: Barbara Smith, Administrative Assistant Pelican Bay Services Division Date: December 7, 2006 Subject: Commercial Vacancy - Pelican Bay Services Division Board At the Pelican Bay Services Division Board Meeting yesterday, December 6,2006, Mr. David Bramson moved, seconded by Mr. Christopher Sutphin and approved unanimously, on a vote of 8/0, to make the recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners for the appointment of Ms. Annette Alvarez to fill the commercial vacancy on the Pelican Bay Services Division Board. It is respectfully requested that this recommendation be placecl on the agenda of the next available BCC Board Meeting. Both applicants had submitted applications to fill the CommerciaVBusiness Category: Annette Alvarez - CommerciaVBusiness Category - General Manager Waterside Shops in Pelican Bay David Driapsa - CommerciallBusiness Category - OWner, David Driapsa Landscape Architect If you have any questions or need anything further please contact me. Pelican Bay Services Agenda Item No. 9A January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 13 r Pelican Bay Services Division Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDaie 2nd Term Mr. Coleman J. Connell 566-2145 02/14/06 03/31/10 4 Years 7024 Pelican Bay Boulevard 566-2145 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: concoll@aol.com District: 2 Category: Resident Mr. David C. Nordhoff 03/25/03 03/31/07 4 Years / 8420 Abbington Circle #B 11 594-8420 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: District: 2 Category: Resident . ~ (Ie Mr. Matthew William Mathias fe~\~ ~ 598-7541 03/22/04 03/31/09 4 Years 2025 Merlin Court (()\O.l 263-9503 ----- Naples, FL 34105 ,,--. ' E-Mail: mattmathias@msn.com District: 4 Category: CommerciallDeveloper Mr, Maurice James Burke OS/22/01 01/29/05 4 Years 5801 Glencove Drive, #508 598-3140 03/22/05 03/31/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: therightperson@msn.com District: 2 Category: Resident Mr. David J. Bramson 02/14/06 03/31/10 4 Years 353 Carlton Place 596-0464 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: davidbramson@earthIink.net District: 2 Category: Resident Wednesday, February 15, 2006 - Page 1 of3 / Agenda Item No. 9l,,- January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 13 (" Pelican Bay Services Division Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. John J. Boland 03/22/05 03/31/09 4 Years 8420 Abbington Circle, B 15 594-0131 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: johnsusanboland@aol.com District: 2 Category: Resident Mr. Donald Spanier 04/22/03 03/31/07 4 Years / 812 Pitchapple Lane 594-2851 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: District: 2 Category: Resident Mr. John Domenie OS/22/01 01/29/05 4 Years 749 Bentwater Circle #201 566-3179 03/22/05 03/31/09 4 Years C~ Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: johandomenie@ao1.com District: 2 Category: Resident Mr. John Iaizzo 03/25/03 03/31/07 4 Years / 6573 Marissa Loop, #1902 592-0678 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: District: 2 Category: Resident Mr. Ed Staros 598-6626 06/25/02 01/20/06 4 Years 753 Brentwood Point 596-4561 02/14/06 03/31/10 4 Years Naples, FL 3411 0 E-Mail: ed.staros@ritzcarlton.com District: 2 Category: Commercial Wednesday, February 15,1006 Pagel 0/3 l Agenda Item No. 9A Januarv 9, 2007 Page 6 of 13 c--. Pelican Bay Services Division Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term Mr. Christopher F. Sutphin 8720 Bay Colony Drive, #104 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: chris@cfsbbs.com District: 2 Category: Resident 596-1351 OS/22/01 596-1351 03/22/05 01/29/05 03/31/09 4 Years 4 Years This 15 member committee was created by Ord. No. 90-111 and amended by Ord. No. 91-22 and 93-15 to aid and assist the County manager and the Board of County Commissioners in detennining the need and quantity of extraordinary law enforcement in Pelican Bay. Also to aid, assist, and provide input to the County Manager and the Board in effecting a smooth and expeditious transfer of street lighting, water management and beautification services, responsibilities and obligations from the Pelican Bay Improvement District. On 11/3198 the BCe reduced the membership from 15 to 13 members. Terms are 4 years. On April 11, 2000, the BCC adopted Ord. No. 2000-22 reducing the membership from 13 members to 11 members. On 5/28/02 the BCC adopted Ord. 2002-27 establishing the 11 member committee. Membership shall be 9 representative of the residential interests within the Unit and 2 shall be representative of the commercial & business interests within the unit. '-._.' Terms will expire on March 31 Jay Cross, Executive Assistant to Clerk 732-2725 On 01/24/06 BCC adopted Ord. 2006-05, amending 2002-27 changing the name and appointment process, and including the restoration of the mangrove forest preserve to duties. FL STAT 125.01 Staff: ~, Pelican Bay Services Division: 597-1749 fhd:u-\'a ~'(T\~-Tt1 Wednesday, February 15,2006 Page 3 of3 "-~ MEMORANDUM DATE: November 17,2006 ~ TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione RE: V oter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments Agenda Item No. 9A January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 13 The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. PELICAN BAY SERVICES DIVISION BD COMMISSION DISTRICT David Driapsa 725 103rd Avenue, N. Naples, FL 34108 cR ~5 ~ " r; ~ Annette M. Alvarez ~. fl OJ,~ lQ 2833 Inlet Cove Lane, W. ",y1 1JPl//D", Naples, FL 34120 l\~ 1"'10''D !oq 10 ' .j,.j 1 /(}o -l t11 vII qj j/'~~'O tv ,~-')I fO q. rv II J 11M {~ Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9A January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 13 DATE: November 17, 2006 TO: Barbara Smith. Pelican Bay S~iViSion Sue Filson, Executive Manager \. Board of County Commission ' FROM: RE: Pelican Bay Services Division Board As you know, we currently have a vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for considemtion. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: David Driapsa 725 103rd Avenue, N. Naples, FL 34108 Annette M. Alvarez 2833 Inlet Cove Lane, W. Naples, FL 34120 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 clay time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments Agenda Item No. 9/\ January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 13 . David J. Driapsa Landscape Architect . CUL 1URAL LANDSCAPE RESEARCH PLANNING DESIGN November 6, 2006 Sue Filson Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Re: Pelican Bay Services Division Board Dear Sue, I am pleased to forward the attached application for the above referenced advisory board. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is any additional information needed. Thank you. Very truly yours, e ~b.~ David J. Driapsa, CLARB, ASLA Landscape Architect Enclosure e 725 103M Avenue North, Naples, Florida 34108 Telephone: 239 591-2321 FAX: 239 59J-8887 fll:tUde~1Id Licensed Professional Landscape Architect, Florida Registration #/1185 . d~) ... Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 341 J 2 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 ,l\genda Item No. 9A January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 13 Application for Advisory CommitteeslBoards Name: IMvid DriaDSII Home Phone: 239-596-2694 Home Address: 72S 1031'1I Avenue Nortll. NaDles. Floria Zip Code: ~ Fax No.: 239-591-8887 Business Phone: 239-591-2321 e-mail address:..rdenli)uDles.net Place ofEmployrnent: IMvid J. DmDlll Landsc80e Arclaitect Board or Committee Applied for: PeIkaD Bltv Services DiviaiQa Boa.... Category (if applicable): CommerclallBusines5 How long have you lived in Collier County: Years: ~ Months: ! Are you a registered voter in Collier County: XI! Do you currently hold public office? ~ If so, what is that office? Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? .l!! Do you now serve, or have you ever served. on a Collier County board or committee? X!! If yes, please list the committeeslboards: Archaeolo2ieallHistork Preservatiou Board Pathway Advi80rv Board. Collier COUDtv/MPO Tnd'6c CalmiD2 Tak Force Friends or the Collier Countv Museum Please list YOW" community activities (civic clubs. neighborhood associations, etc. and positions held: Rotary Education: Master of Landscaoe Arcltitedure. University of Ariz.oBa Bltebelor of Science i. Laadsc80e Arcltiteetare. Ohio State Umvenitv Experience: Current position: Professional Laadscaoe Ardtiteet IMvid J. DriaDlllI.-adseaoe ArclUteet. fouder aDd CEO Previous position: Planner and Landsc80e for WMti.",lIouse Communities of Naoles. IDe. Develooed Pelic:an :o.v Plewe attach OIIyaddili01lQ/ infonnation]lOlIfeel pertinelfl. TIti.J applicoJjo,. sJrcnUd beforwarded 10 Sue Fii.Jolt, EuCUJi?e Mtmager 10 the Board ofColDlty Commissiorren, 330/ East Tamiami Tratl. Napkl. FL 34//2. /f)JOll wi.rh. pIeaJe ftDl]lOW applicatiotr Ie (239)774-3602 ore-maillosue(ilson:{f;colhergol..net. ThanJcYOllfor volll1lteering 10 serve Ihe citizens of Collier COU1lty. -- -- . ~ 1 ~O: -oe;:5; 12F't,,~; It, l' " Agenda Item NO. 9A ..' January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 13 RECEIVED NOV u 8 2006 Board of Co unty CommiSSioners ~ Date: 11/7/06 To: Board of County Commissioners Sue Filson Phone: Fax: 239-774-3602 From: Abovewater PR and Marketing, LLC Cynthia M. Dobyns Phone: 239-596-9149 Fax: 239-596-8639 Pages: 2 ~~~ Subject: Pelican Bay Services Division Board Application for Annette Alvarez, General Manager of \Vaterside Shops at Pelican Bay, LLC ., 1 1 ... (17 - :i 6 ; :' e ; 1 2 P tJ1 ; '\, I+. ''- ') Agenda Item No:"9A -' January 9, 2007 Page 12 of 13 e Bolrd of County Commissioners J.JOJ EII.1 T...iaml Tt'IIiI Naplllll, F'L 3JIIZ (ZJ9) '7'.1"' "u.: (:)9) 7'4-3602 L., <<~~. '. /' ,., . . 7,'.y .~ '- ..; ,1 ./ ApplicatioD for Advisory Commit'ec~oards N..e:-AnYl(.-\\c vf.. J\yar'l'- ~ ___ ""'C .."o..~! 4~ll\ ':~4( '1~s ,,~ Home! Addl'OU: 26~3 ~'d.. _~(, t...."l. W ZipCCtlSr: a~I':&.o 'a'l No.!!,\ .~t.I~"!liM" Pbone:'2~ ,~f. 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""s..i I'UPItt. ~'< 1If~' "*11"",, IIfC4fUtII)'C'.......M#",. .'J111 &.(1...... ~~. FL j~1f2. UIMI "pIf,,u.rA.,~~ IV (1"PTf..)fIIJ ", HllllllfII_lII.tWlll<...nw.-."" T1fMI;>-""....."',~.. ,~~ M' cittt_ I1/(d/J('l'CMlIIfJI, , 10124/06 TL~ 08:55 [TX/RX NO 87Z4) 11-87-ce,; Je: 1 :p~}; : 3/ """> fl,genda Item ~~o. 9A January 9. 2007 Page 13 of 13 ~ e IDE HOPS Annette Alvarez Bio Annette Alvarez, General Manager of Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay, is a retail marketing veteran, now spearheading the renovation of Waterside Shops. Annette's experience in Florida-based shopping centers and her knowledge of tbe international market is a perfect fit for the changing retail market in Naples. With more than fifteen years of experience in FLorida~ Alvarez. brings an understanding of tourism's impact on the State's retail marketing industry. She relocated to Naples from Miami, where she was responsible for coordinating and implementing n1all merchandising programs and . promotional events at Dadeland Mall. Her background includes advertising W1d promotions, guest services, sponsorship development, and the implementation of tourism and cetailerllandlord cooperati ve marketing programs. Prior to Dadeland Mall, Alvarez was Marketing Director at Omni International Mall where she managed marketing initiatives for the mall and specialized in international markets and spe~ial events. Alvarez earned a bachelor's degree from St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida and is licensed by the lnternational Council of Shopping Centers as Ii Senior Certified Marketing Director. Florida international Magazine named her one of the "Leaders of the Next Generation who make the State of Florida happen." ### e EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 12 ",...... APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE LIBRARY ADVISORY BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint 2 members to serve 4 year terms, expiring on December 31,2010, to the Library Advisory Board. CONSIDERA TIONS: The Library Advisory Board has 2 terms expire on December 31, 2006, representing Commission Districts 1 and 3. This 5-member board acts on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners to establish policies of the Library Department including, but not limited to, policies relating to materials acquisition and circulation, collection development, and eligibility of individuals for library services. They also act in an advisory capacity to the Board of County Commissioners for all Library Department issues regarding the establishment of fees, the budget, capital planning, staffing levels, and other library related programs. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. The terms for Loretta Murray and Sabina Musci expired on December 31, 2006. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 2 interested citizens: APPLICANT CA TEGORY :!illiI ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Loretta Mun-ay-reappt Commission District Constance L. Bettinger Hennink Commission District Library Advisory Board None COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: .'- Loretta Murray, reappointment - telm expiring 12/31/1 0 Constance L. Bettinger Bennink - term expiring 12/31/10 A TTENDANCE: Mrs. MUlTay has an excellent attendance record, missing only 1 meeting since her initial appointment. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 2 members, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointments. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9, 2007 .- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 9B Appointment of members to lr,e Library ,A,avlsory Saara 1/9/200790000 F.M Agenda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 12 Prepared By Sue Filson Board of County Commissioners Executive Manager to ttle Bee Bce Office Date 11/29/20062:37:16 PM Approved By James V. Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager County Manager's OffIce Date 12119/20066:54 PM Co1feT Cou.nty - - - Agenda Item No. 9B January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 12 Co//ier County Public Ubrary . 2385 Orange Blossom Drive . Naples, Florida 34109 239-593-3511 . 239-254-8167 (fax) MEMORANDUM December 14, 2006 TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners FR: Marilyn Matthes, Library Director RE: Library Advisory Board The library Advisory Board met December 13, 2006 and recommended the following be selected by the BCC for the Library Advisory Board: Loretta Murray 9087 Michael Circle, #1 Naples, Florida 34113 District 1 Mrs. Murray has an excellent attendance record, missing only 1 meeting since her initial appointment. Constance L. Bettinger Hennink 4397 21 st Avenue, SW Naples, FI 34116 District 3 Both Ms. Murray and Ms. Hennink met the residence requirements of living in the commission district from which they are appointed. Ms. Murray and Ms. Hennink were the only applicants from their respective districts. Agenda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page4of12 Library Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Doris J. Lewis 403-6702 01114/97 12131/00 4 Years 645 Yucca Road 261-8754 12/14/04 12131/08 4 Years Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: District: 4 Category: Mr. Andrew H. Reiss 261-9300 01113/04 12131/04 1 Year 7085 Timberland Circle 596-2187 12/14/04 12/31108 4 Years Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: ahreiss@napleslaw.com District: 2 Category: Ms. Karen J. Louwsma 695-4299 02/08/05 12131/08 4 Years 403 Allen Avenue 695-3342 Naples. FL 34139 E-Mail: Kjoy757@aol.com District: 5 Category: Commission District 5 Ms. Loretta Murray 01113/04 12/31/06 3 Years / 9087 Michael Circle, # 1 417-9915 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: bobsails@msn.com District: I Category: Ms. Sabina Musci 643-2324 12/13/94 12/31/98 4 Years 4470 32nd Avenue. S.W. 12/17/02 12/31/06 4 Years ~ Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Tuesday, Febnuuy 08, 2(J()5 Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 12 Library Advisory Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-oppt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 5 member committee was created by Ord. No. 88-71 to advise the Board r:J County Commissioners on the operations and proposed budget for the Collier County Ubrary System. Members are composed of 5 members representing the 5 commission districts. Tenns are 4 years. FL STAT Staff: Marilyn Matthes, Ubrary Director: n4-8486 TuesdLzy, February 08, 2005 Page2of2 Agenda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 12 MEMORANDUM DATE: October 27,2006 Elections Office / TO: ~ RECEIVED NOV a 1 2006 Board of County Commi""'- .........ners FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commission RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. LIBRARY ADVISORYBOARD COMMISSION DISTRICT Loretta Murray 9087 Michael Circle, # 1 Naples, FL 34113 J 3 Constance L. Bettinger Hennink 4397215t Avenue, S.W. Naples, FL 34116 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM /;qenda Item No. 98 - January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 12 FROM: October 27,2006 Marilyn Matthes, Library D~, . Y Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commission \ DATE: TO: RE: Library Advisory Board As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Loretta Murray 9087 Michael Circle, #1 Naples, FL 34113 Constance L. Bettinger Hennink. 4397 21st Avenue, S.W. Naples, FL 34116 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank. you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments ~ ~ -1 filson_s Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 12 From: advisoryboards@colliergov.net Sent: Friday, October 27, 2006 5:25 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted. 10 Right-click here to download pic I i G Right-click here I[ I to download 1._.___ .___ ,_ _ _ __ ___---.J Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiaml Trail Naples, FL 34112 Tel: (239) 774-3602 Fax: (239) 774-3602 October 27,2006 Application for Advisory Committees I Boards Name: Constance L. Bettinger Hennink Home Phone: 239-784-2863 Home Address: 4397 21st Ave SW City: Naples Zip Code: 34116 Fax Number: No information provided. Business Phone: No information provided. Email Address:chennink@gmail.com Place of Employment: self employed How long have you lived in Collier County? More than 15 years Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes Board! Committee Applied for: Library Advisory Category: (if oppficrJblc) Citizen from District :3 Do you currently hold public: office? No Do you now serve, or have you served on a Collier County board or committee? No Please list your community activities: 1 J-' I.... ....... !",...-.. r..~- l\.Ji:JV/":":'UUO . . e St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Member Golden Gate Womens' Club - Member Golden Gate Kiwanis Club - President, President Elect, Sercretary and bulletin editor Golden Gate Civic Club - member Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B Januarv 9, 2007 Page 9 of 12 Education: Barron Collier High School class of 1981 Edison Community College 1984 AA Degree Director's Credentail 2006 Child Development Associate Degree 2005-2006 45 hours of Early Childhood Education Experience I Background: I have been a member of the library system since it started. In Golden Gate we used to borrow books from the Golden Gate Women's club before there was a library system. I feel that I can add alot to the board because I am a parent of a kindergartener, long time resident of Golden Gate and I love to read. I feel that everyone should have access to books if they want to read. I like how the library has changed with the times, adding computers and the movies and divds. I would liike to help with the direction that the library takes in the future as it expands in the South regional library and also the addition to the Golden Gate Branch. 10/30/2006 ~ - -. Oct 27 06 10:30a betsy 239-434-8647 p.'1 Agenda Item No, 9B ,.>~ ~anuary 9, 2007 r.~ !.:Rage:~~:~ ~{~2D r -'........ ,t:~f.;:;t,. .35 "' ':;:'lliSSiOt:~r.... ;r~';; . ,,":. .. I ..... rp /'1 \ --"f, f. . " tt'.' . I Board of County Cornmi~sioners 3301 East Tnmiami Trail Napte.s, FL 34112 (lJ!"1) 7i4.8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Application for Advisory CommitteesiBoards Name: (bnlli e,., .Htrli'11~ nt.. Home Phone: 11.~._l)W -l~ 3: HomeAddt"ess;~-aI';:it- kiL...t ~W ZiPCOde:~idlllo , Fox N.. N / L B..i.", Phon" ---!II i (t. ,-m,') add",,, C hQj'll1/ n ~3 ma.t.L et: Place of Employeement: ~..p. W~ ~(j./d - ____ Board or Committee AppHed for:_..Lt bVaJ..1~, !ODLt.v.G CalegOl')' (if applicable): C-~1cl1J~S SO.l..tJS Ex...ple: C;)m~I$~lon Dlstricl, D""eloper, enviromnentllllst, 1:1) p.!l"$oa, ete. Are yoo :l registered voter in Collil:!r County: /}~ Ye5~ ~o No~_ He;,," long have you lived in CIlUier Coanty: Years 1\10...~hs Do you currently hold public: office? Yei__ If so, what is that "Wee? Ha'\-'e you eyer been convicted of any oefense against the Law? YtlS If yes, cXj:llain; P . / ..o_.V_ ..-------7 '.-- No ___L___. Do YOll n(Jw sent, or have YOIl ever ..erved, on a Collier COUIlt)' board or commltt~~.! Yu '__ Ify~ ph:::;se list the commltteeli/bollrds: Pleue list )'0"1" commnnit:y ac:tivitje~ (chic c1u ~ . I,~ l held:_. -1L:.. " <: ~ '4 :. I ' C:., \-..)0 .u )C j,;- f:b:> f , .- ST, r0i!\ '<;; Ii i~ IlL:: l/"YQ' Educatbn: Ba./VV;1 I.})l\;;"'/ T-=> '10 i . neighborhood associations., et~. llnd PU<ilti(}DS ~ - ~~~~( -l~d~f1.+, :PY~6isWtt..:-f:.ild, /:;~(;ttf/).,.I'~ fd L?J2V: rJvn ~tU )fJl.i1t~l1.af.-J!1i5'(f~ ,4A, it pa~ v1 Cfr -r:~_~~~~~~J4~1 Experi~nce: ~ If ~Jt 6~>l~C _~rv .~ :--<U/1U ;". i - - ----------.--.-..---. .'...------.------- j'I""SJ! "ttach aIry ..dtiiliC'n!Jl i'fi,,,,;;;;lan )'Dufl.d jJl,tin'IIL TiIi.' oppiic41itm .I'1'l>uitll>, fo..,,:;;:j;j;;;$;~.Fr7;,11t, E.~l'..uri;;--;t.lIl..J~;.r;;_--- t!te Board flJC,'l/llty Co"'mis.~iMeJ"., 33fJ1 Easr Tamiam/ TrQi~ ,"'4{li~i, EL UJl2. IfJ'cu ",is".p:'~Il!<Jf1.r: y<Jllr ",'pii,;arirm Ie (139)77~36al or ,,-mail to '!.!!.d!!.~~.,,'7i:<""~I,!."I:,".""I. noallkyuufor vL'!unleilrillg,o serve tlte l'!.;;:JOns :ifC,,/1if!~ Cou,,/)!. filson_s Page 1 of2 I\genda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 12 From: advisoryboards@colliergov.net e Sent: Friday, October 06,2006 12:38 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted. ~ Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamlaml Trail Naples, FL 34112 Tel: (239) 774-3602 Fax: (239)774-3602 .L.t~.~.I. ~... r, ~,. . . I .,. . ". ,.,":7 . , '.. .. .'.' ,"- f..,~ ;' October 06, 2006 Application for Advisory Committees I Boards Name: Loretta Murray Home Phone: 239-417-9915 Home Address: 9087 Michael Circle, #1 City: Naples Zip Code: 34113 . Fax Number: 239-417-9915 Business Phone: 239-417-9915 Email Address:bobsails@earthlink.net Place of Employment: Retired How long have you lived in Collier County? 5-10 years Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes Board I Committee Applied for: Library Board Category: (if applicable) No information provided. Do you currently hold public office? No . Do you now serve, or have you served on a Comer County board or committee? If yes, please list the boards I committees: Yes 10/6/2006 ~ -~ "~ 10/6/2006 Library Board Volunteer at Polls and at Elections Office Please list your community activities: Kiwanis Club of East Naples, Treasurer Receptionist, East Naples Civic Association Fund Raising Committee East NAples Civic Association Apheresis (Platlet and Serum) Blood Donor (Monthly) Taste of Collier volunteer Education: High School Grad Experience I Background: Accounting Clerk; Aide, Special Education, Elementary School Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 98 January 9, 2007 Page 12 of 12 Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 20 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY APPOlNTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIVITY COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: To appoint 5 members to serve 2 year terms commencing on February 4, 2007 and expiring on February 4,2009 to the County Government Productivity Committee. CONSIDERA TIONS: The County Government Productivity Committee has 5 terms expiring on February 4,2007. This committee is composed of 11 members, with the vice chair of the Board of County Commissioners serving in a liaison capacity. The members are appointed by resolution of the Board of County Commissioners for a two-year ternl and must be permanent residents and electors of Collier County. Committee members are required to possess special expertise and experience related to managing large organizations, and must be balanced in representing the views of the community. The committee reviews the efficiency of departments of County Government under the jurisdiction of the Board of County Commissioners. The committee may analyze and review existing structure, organization, staffing, management, functions, business practices, and procedures of any or all parts of county government and make recommendations for increased efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The committee may also assist in the implementation of those recommendations. A list of the CUlTent membership is included in the backup. The terms for Lawrence M. Baytos, John F. Barlow, Jr., Robert C. Bennett, Sydney Blum, and James A. Van Fleet will expire on February 4, 2007. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 6 interested citizens: APPLICAl'IT CATEGORY .!2lliI ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Lawrence M. Baytos- Human Resources, Mgmt Systems, 2 Yes Productivity Committee reappt Productivity John F. Barlow, Jr.- Infonnation Technology, Mgmt, 4 Yes Productivity Committee reappt Problem Solving Robelt C. Bennett-reappt Executive Leadership, Utilities, 3 Yes Productivity Committee Mgmt Utility Authority Sydney BJum-reappt Realty Mgmt, Energy Efficiency, 3 Yes Productivity Committee Contract Negotiations Contractors Licensing James A. Van Fleet- Economics, Public Administration, 3 Yes Productivity Committee reappt Urban Planning Hispanic Affairs Adv Comm Douglas M. Fee Accounting, Environmental :2 Yes None Conservation. Mgmt ATTENDANCE: Lawrence M. Baytos - 1 excused absence John F. Barlow, Jr. - 1 excused absence Robert C. Bennett - ] excused absence Sydney Blum - Perfect Attendance James a. Van Fleet - 1 excused absence Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 20 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Lawrence M. Baytos - reappointment John F. Barlow, Jr. - reappointment Robert C. Bennett - reappointment Sydney Blum - reappointment James A. VanFleet - reappointment NOTE: Section Seven (B) of Ordinance 2001-55 states "Terms of office for Board members shall be limited to two consecutive terms of service on anyone Board. . ." Under (D) of the same section, it is noted that "By a unanimous vote of the Commission, the limitations set forth in subsection (B) above may be waived". According to available records, Sydney Blum has served 2 terms. Should the Board wish to re-appoint Mr. Blum, the limitations on two consecutive terms will need to be waived. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 5 members, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirnling the appointments. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: J.t\NUARY 9, 2007 Agenda Item No. 9C January 9. 2007 Page 3 of 20 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: 9C ApPointment of members to t~le COllnty Government ProductIvity Cornmittee 1/9/200790000 AM Prep. red By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners Bee Office 11129/20062:37:16 PM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/22/20069:57 AM Agenda Item No. 9C Januarv 9, 2007 Page 4 of 20 MEMORANDUM TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager, Board of County Commissioners FROM: Michael J. Sheffield, Productivity Committee Staff Liaison DATE: December 21,2006 SUBJECT: Productivity Committee-Recommendations for Appointment In February 2007, the Productivity Committee will have five vacancies, all for 2-year tenns. All five sitting members with expiring terms have applied for re-appointment, and one additional application was received, for a total of six applications. All applicants meet the criteria for appointment. At their December 20, 2006 meeting, the Productivity Committee reviewed and discussed the applications. The Productivity Committee voted to recOlDmend tbe following individuals for re-appointment (listed in alphabetical order): Name District Expertise Jobn F. Barlow District 4 Infunnation Technology, Management, Problem Solving Lawrence M. Baytos District 2 Hwnll'\ Resources, Management Systems, Productivity Robert C. Bennett District 3 Executive leadership, Utilities, Management Syd Blum District 3 Realty MIIIlllgCIIlCIIt, Energy Efficiency, Contract Negotiations James A. Van Fleet District 3 Economics, Public Administration, Urban Planninl! Tbe following applicant does meet criteria, bowever, was not recommended for appointment: Douglas M. Fee District 2 I Accounting, Environmental Conservation. Management Attendance record of current memben wbo bave applied for another apDOintment Jobn Barlow - Present at 11 of the last 12 meetings (absence was excused) Lawrence Bayt05-Present alii of the last 12 meetings (lIbsaJce was excused) Robert Bennett-Present al9 of the last 10 meetings (absence was excused) Appointed by the BeC in March 2006. Syd Blum-Present all2 oflhe last 12 meetings James Van Fleet-Present alII of the last 12 meetings (absence was excused) Current Number of Memben per Commission District. as of December 20. 2006: District Commissioner Number PC Memben Number I Fiala 2 2 Halas I 3 Hennin~ 5 4 Coyle 3 5 Coletta 0 Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 20 (-'- f \ County Government Productivity Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term 2 Years /' Mr. Lawrence M. Baytos 06/28/05 02/04/07 252 Cheshire Way 592-1398 Naples, FL 341 10 E-Mail: audubu1l@comcast.net District: 2 Category: Human Resources; Mgmt Strat; Productivity; Retired Commissioner rim Coletta 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: District: 5 Category: Vice-Chairman 774-8097 01110/06 \ '--< Mr. John F. Barlow, Jr. 04/12/05 4351 Gulf Shore Blvd., N. #19N 649-6380 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: johnbarlow@lerivage.net District: 4 Category: BS Business Administration Mr. Robert Dictor 141 GuIfport Ct. Naples, FL 34145 E-Mail: rdictor@prodigy.net District: 1 Category: General Management 01/10/06 389-2638 Mr. Robert C. Bennett 290-2331 03/28/06 285-1 West Naomi Drive 352-0219 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: robertbennett3@comcast.net District: 3 Category: Executive Leadership; Utilities Mgmt 01/09/07 1 Year /' 02104/07 2Years / 02/04/08 2 Years 02/04/07 1 Year /' Wednesday, June 07, 2006 Page 10/4 --... Agenda item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 20 (- County Government Productivity Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Janet Vasey 01112/99 4398 Longshore Way North 598-4378 01/10/06 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Budget & Financial Anaysis; Operations Research Mr. Joe Swaja 460 Battersea Court Marco Island, FL 34145 E-Mail: joeswaja@comcast.net District: 1 Category: Executive Leadership 262-7100 06/06/06 394-4599 c_ Mr. Sydney E. Blum 594-7880 10/14/03 12930 Positano Circle #305 261-1855 02/08/05 Naples, FL 34105 E-Mail: eescool@earthlink.net District: 4 Category: Job costing; Mgmt Styles, Efficiency Training Dr. James Alward Van Fleet 184 Spring Lake Circle Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: javanfleet@msn.com District: 3 Category: Ph.D. Economics 04/12/05 348-8162 Mr. Stephen A. Harrison 821-5180 01127/04 4255 Gulf Shore Blvd, N. #1506 821-5180 01110/06 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: s-harrison@comcast.net District: 4 Category: Economics/Finance!Marketing/CP A 02/04/00 02/04/08 1 Year 2 Years 02/04/08 2 Years 02/04/05 02/04/07 1.5 Years ./ 2 Years ./ 02/04/07 2 Years / 02/04/06 02/04/08 2 Years 2 Years E:.!.~ Wednesday, June 07, 2006 .-.IIlT _ ._~.::;.-=.;.''''''' ;...>.:;>."....~ Page2of4 -.w:s;o~lfIl1 ( " Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 20 (- County Government Productivity Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Colleen M. Kvetko 272-3483 01110/06 02/04/08 6623 Glen Arbor Way 353-0129 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: gogirlnaples@aol.com District: 3 Category: Operations Research/GovernmentlHuman Resources 2 Years Mr. Bradley A Boaz 403-8712 01110106 2185 Outrigger Lane 659-7006 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: dxdotcom@earthIink.net District: 4 Category: GovernmentJHuman Resources 02/04/08 2 Years ~ .' r-~~... '''~.....'. -;<Q_l Wednesday, June 07, 2006 :"~~~~..--'" .~ Page 3 of4 ( ( ,~.- p,genda Item No. 9C January 9. 2007 Page 8 of 20 County Government Productivity Committee Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 11 member committee was created on 01/20/91 by Ord. No. 91-10 (amended by Ord. No. 93-13, 96-10 & 2001-37). The committee is composed of 11 members, with the vice chair of the BCC serving in a liaison capacity. Committee members are required to possess special expertise and experience related to managing large organizations, and must be balanced in representing the views of the community. The committee reviews the efficiency of departments of County Government under the jurisdiction of the BCC. The committee may analyze and review existing structure, organization, staffing, management, functions, business practices, and procedures of any or all parts of county government and make recommendations for increased efficiency and cost-effectiveness. They may also assist in the implementation of those recommendations. Terms are 2 years. FL STAT Staff: Mike Sheffield, Assistant to County Manager: 774-8383 ~~ = Wednesday, June 07, 2006 ....~....::.::~.....- Page 4 of4 MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 20 DATE: December 8, 2006 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commission RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. COUNTY GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIVITY COMM COMMISSION DISTRICT Lawrence M. Baytos 252 Cheshire Way Naples, FL 34110 cR 1 3 John F. Barlow, Jr. 4351 Gulf Shore Blvd., North 19N, LeRivage Naples, FL 34103 Robert C. Bennett 285=1 West Naomi Drive Naples, FL 34104 Syd Blwn 12930 Positano Circle, #305 Naples, FL 34105 3 3 ~ James A. VanFleet 184 Spring lake Circle Naples, FL 34119 Douglas M. Fee 921 Carrick Bend Circle, #201 Naples, FL 34110 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 20 DATE: December 8, 2006 FROM: Mike Sheffield, Assistant to th~CO ~ Manager Sue Filson, Executive Manage · Board of County Commission i TO: RE: County Government Productivity Committee As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Lawrence M. Baytos 252 Cheshire Way Naples, FL 34110 John F. Barlow, Jr. 4351 Gulf Shore Blvd., North 19N, LeRivage Naples, FL 34103 Robert C. Bennett 285=1 West Naomi Drive Naples, FL 34104 Syd Blum 12930 Positano Circle, #305 Naples, FL 34105 James A. Van Fleet 184 Spring lake Circle Naples, FL 34119 Douglas M. Fee 921 Carrick Bend Circle, #201 Naples, FL 34110 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Than...k you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Application For Reappointment to the Productivity Committee Page 11 of 20 e Name: Lawrence M. (Larry) Baytos Home Address: 252 Cheshire Way Fax No. 239-598-5267 Place of Employment: currently retired Home Phone: 230-592-1398 Naples (10 months/yr.) Zip Code: 34110 e-mail address:audubull(a)comcast.net How long have you lived in Collier County: TEN years full time plus SIX years part time Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes Currently hold public office? No Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? No Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes - County Government Productivity Committee. Served on six subcommittees; recognized as "Outstanding County Volunteer" in Oct. '06 for a presentation to Board of County Commissioners. Community Activities and Positions - Prior To Naples · President, Human Resources Management Association - Chicago · Chairman, American Institute for Managing Diversity - Morehouse College - Atlanta · Director, Ravenswood Hospital - Chicago · Director, Hull House Association - Chicago ...... and others ~ Naples Community Activities and Positions · Audubon Country Club Foundation - a homeowners association - Chairman, Developer Turnover Negotiations Committee 1998-1999 - Board President 2002- 2004, plus environmental & developer litigation coordination · Literacy Council of Bonita Springs - ESOL tutor Education: · Bachelor, Business Administration Youngstown State University Youngstown,OH · Master of Business Administration Harvard Graduate School of Business Boston, MA Business Employment Experience: · Coroorate: Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Administration - 18 years - Quaker Oats Company (30,000 employees in twenty countries) Executive Committee member, reported to Chm./CEO Responsibilities included hwnan resources management, coordinator productivity and overhead management programs, communications, headquarters building management, environmental compliance, employee health and safety, merger/acquisition evaluation & integration team. · Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH - work simplification and efficiency studies Management Consultant: · Eight years major consulting firms experience in organi7.ation analysis & design, job evaluation, compensation, benefits, workforce diversity management · Chairman, Diversity Consultants Inc. - Morehouse College - Atlanta, GA (the consulting arm of the American Institute For Managing Diversity) ~1 Other Information Published one book and twenty articles on subjects primarily dealing with human resources, management strategies, compensation, benefits, productivity. filson_s Page 1 of 1 Aaenda Item No. 9C ~ January 9, 2007 Page 12 of 20 Advisory Board Application From: johnbarlow@lerivage.net e Sent: Thursday, November 30.2006 8:10 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Application was received on: 11/30/20068:10:16 PM. Name: \John F. Barlow, Jr.1 Home Phone: ~39-649-638q Home Address: ~351 Gulf Shore Blvd. North, Residence 19N, Le Rivag~ City: lNaple~ Zip Code: ~41031 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-649-63781 Business: I - e-Mail Address:pohnbarlow(a}lerivage.ne~ Work Place: IRetirecJI How long have you lived in Collier County: [Ig Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !productivity Committe~ Category: !Not indicatecJI Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ !Productivity Committee, 4/05- curren~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list your communi activities: irector, Boys and Girls Club, Columbus, Ohio. Chairman of Several Fund Raising Events oard of Directors, Le Riv e Homeowners Association e Education: .S. Business Administration. Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL, attended University of ~outh Florida, Tern Ie Terrace, FL., but did not com lete a Masters of Business Admi~tion. , 12/1/2006 Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 ...... ,.- __', .-Agaq,dq...lJ.em No. 9C ~' ~ " ,. Jc!,iu)lry 9, 2007 . '. Page 13 of 20 . Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: \<..iI~t"1 ( 15t'1'\ Y1-e\\ Home Phone: ::B~;~ ~ -(j '2.. \'~ Home Address: :t~~- \ 'fve5t' tJ~o ~\ \)4"\"e , ~~Zip Code:? 4 Ivy Fax No.l~-s? :S-" \~ Business Phone:'1?,-"2e:iD <~.".., e-mail address:'I<fb-tbe"<\Ml"~ "G>~A4t'~ f"\et Place of Employment: 8€^"eAT <..e e-..<.,f\'f C U'f'>.~,^\ 1" '" ~ Co "'fo,l\'). ..;r:: ... {. . Board or Committee Applied for: cp nJ ~~l. '\ I \/. \;~ CtJ I"I\~ I \{<< Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District, Developer, environmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years '7 3 Months Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes X No .->> Do you currently bold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? No >< Yes No X No i -yL, \..... .......' c.vv.."'~ ~ fn~\J,...",+ '\::;\<.,(;k' ~ ~ \Al"\\ ...r~~ - -ih.d~i~'~l C..\ }~:Y U;; ~t. Ar~ Y(....\UJ -. Please attach any additional infonnation you feel pertinent. This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112. If you wish, please fax your application to (239) 774-3602 or e-mail tosuefilson(iiJ.co//iet.1!ov.net. Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens of Collier County. ; "..,.., .. f" _< Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097",( Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 14 of 20 - If A,PPlicatlO, on for Advisory Committees/Boards , /J l{ v t7 HomePhone:2J7 -J-Z s,. 2 b /2 ~. . .' . -#30 )- - Home Address: /2/;~U f().r/71J~ CrR. Zip Code: ~Y-f-o) 2.-;s~ Vv- .57}"j- ~p Co &/!~J:.d Fiif No. Business Phone: \. J II" / '- e-mail address: ,0 .~ '7. '. ~, f. 5" t~C7/ C)~UP ~ 7'~7b~ ~ ~ . J ' 1./ '6 flV~L Board or Committee Applied for: /~,2c>:i~ 7/!// zs;.- (ernrn? / /~ e Name: Place of Employment: Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District, Developer, environmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years / ~ Months t Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes 'f No -- Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? No y Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No 'f Do you now serve, or bave you ever served, 0 If yes, please list tbe committeesfboards: ?]?:?~ "'- lef Experience: ;) IJ.!, AEj is:- e ;~.fu ff<? 'r fir' 9,//- ;: -t~/tJ ~ ~~/ rU-(~.7 ~., Education: 0_....... GroUP Inc. D.RS. n-'J W #2 1786 Trade Cen\8f ay ~,FL.34109 e Please attach any additional information you feel pertinenL This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 EllSt Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112 If you wish,p/easefaxyour app/icJItion to (239) 774-3602 or e-mail to suefi/son(ii1co/lie1'f!ov.neL Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens ofCo/lier County. . 'lJ. ~ s. 9{TJUTf)" (j9{OU~ 29-(C. Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 15 of 20 " 'j II- 7-0~ ()j~ /' RECEIVED NOV u 9 2(0) Board of County Commissioners OtU (? Ie 11&vv~S I ~ /{()1I1P -" ~~ J J(?~~ -,}:--- - .~--- ~ jJ-7V '~C~/r~ r/ 70 ge I)tfP()/~e/J Tv ~----;)1eR Te~ rsv7 --j';r ;McYc7h!J ,d (//]ot! C J- r: ~t? c - 8?I~/~J -~-A -~. - ~I k"2L~(~~. /0___ ~ (/V~ .. Cv1cfuJed jJ k#ff' -/ ~ ()f M<4 j)P/C/)7<? ~PvV ,- .J 1786 ?Jade Center Way) #2 - 9f.apfes) :FlorUfa34109 Phone: (239) 594-7880 · :FflK:. (239) 594-9374 ..f>:_ , ~'L;">~~ #'.:-..:1"(., _~, e Experience 2005 to Present 1994-2005.- . . . . . 1991-1994 . Syd Blum 12930 Positano Circle, # 305 Naples, Florida 34105 Cell p~~ (239) 825-7612 Office : (239) 598-5955 Email: coolinsyd@yahoo.com Aoenda Item No. 9C ~ January 9, 2007 Page 16 of 20 Owner: D.R.S. Realty Group, Inc., Naples, Florida . site development, property leasing, and mortgage financing . handle tenant leases; set up tenant accounts; prepare properties for lease or rent . facilitating property purchase; contract negotiations; uniting buyers and sellers . designing sales contracts, and arranging mortgage financing . perfonning sUte deveiopmeAi for commercial property; contracting as an owner's liaison from land purchase to site preparation, engineering; building inspections, and tenant contracts up to and including certificate of occupancy C.E.O., Energy EfticieDcy Systems, IDe:. Lighthouse Equipment Company, Naples, Florida provided commercial and residential air-conditioning, and electrical contractor services managed all phases of the air conditioning and electrical contracting; sales; contract negotiations, and construction details built 250-400 units per year employing approximately 40 people grossing approximately 6 million dollars responsibilities included vendor contracts; worker hiring; material and equipment purchases; construction over-site, and job site quality control Maintenance and Service Engineer, Registry Resort, Naples, Florida staff included 11 painters; 7 maintenance engineers; 2 commercial laundry technicians; 1 carpenter; 2 plumbers; 2 electricians; 1 refrigerator technician; and 1 commercial kitchen equipment technician . controlled scheduling; inventory; hiring and room maintenance for a 434 room complex 1984-1990 Established Senrice of Snffolk Air ConditioDiDg aad AppliaDce Repair . owner/operator responsible for service and sales of appliances and air conditioning 1980-1983 New Home Air Conditioning and Home Installations, Long Island, New York . responsible for renovating existing homes to add central air conditioning 1970-1980 Formed. J & K Fuel on and Lilhthouse Air Conditioning aad Appliance Repair · sold fuel oil and household heating contracts · set up service and sales company 1965-1969 Established. an appliance parts busioess with Sid Hanrey's ofLoog Island . created and managed a network of 72 stores; sales, marketing of Appliance Division . developed appliance parts business to run concurrently with the existing oil burner parts business · in three years developed one million parts in inventory; including 18 offices with outside sales people working for Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island . 1963-1965 . Service Technician for Sears and Roebuck Appliance and Air-conditioning service technician for all Sears appliances Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 17 of 20 Education . Associate Degree in Business Management, State University of Fanningdale: Long Island. Agricultural and Technical Institute Graduate of Islip High School. Islip Long Island, New York. New York Regent and Honors Diploma Accomplishments 2006: Collier County Advisory Person of the Month for November Collier County League of Women Voters for Affordable Housing Collier County Committee on--Foreign Relations-invitation only committee of business people interested in issues of the day 2003 to Present: Collier County Licensing Board Commissioner Collier COlmty Productivity Committee-directly responsible to county Commissioners and county manager 2000: C.B.!.A. Chairman of the Trades Counsel; member 1997-2002 1985-1991: Committee Chairman; Troop Leader; Leader-Boy Scout Troop 151 Oakdale, Long Island, New York .. 1988: President, Babylon Lions' Club 1987-1991: Member. Babylon Lions' Club 1989: President, Chamber of Commerce, Oakdale, Long Island 1985-1990: Member. Chamber of Commerce, Oakdale, Long Island References Upon Request -, . . filson_ s Page 1 of2 I\genda :tern No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 18 of 20 I --- I 0 Right-click here to download pic I From: advisoryboards@colliergov.net Sent: Friday, October 27,20065:23 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted. I [~f~i9hl-cli~h-;;~-iBoard of County Commissioners l to downlo~~ 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Tel: (239) 774-3602 Fax: (239) 774-3602 October 27, 2006 Application for Advisory Committees I Boards Name: James A. Van Fleet Home Phone: 239-348-8162 Home Address: 184 Spring Lake Circle City: Naples, Florida Zip Code: 34119-4678 Fax Number: 239-348-8162 Business Phone: 239-348-8162 Email Address:javanfleet@msn.com Place of Employment: retired How long have you lived in Collier County? 5-10 years Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes Board 1 Committee Applied for: Productivity Committee Category: (if applicable) N/A Do you currently hold public office? No . Do you now serve, or have you served on a Collier County board or committee? If yes, please list the boards 1 committees: Currently serving as Chairman of the Productivity Yes 10/30/2006 ~ 1 ) 10/30/2006 Committee and as Vice-Chainnan of the Hispanic Affairs Board Please list your community activities: CURRENTLY: Chainnan, Council for International Visitors in Collier (CIVIC); Executive Director, Naples Committee on Foreign Relations; Secretary, Naples Chapter Sons of the American Revolution; editor, Genealogical Society of Collier County newsletter; Vice-President, homeowners association in the Vineyards. Alumni of Leadership Collier; active in three college alumni chpaters locally. Member, Naples World Affairs Council. Education: B.A. in political science and economics; M.A. in economics, minor area public administration; Ph.D. in development and urban economics with minor in public administration and Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies; J.D. general law (non-practicing). Non-degree graduate work in urban planning, economics, and Caribbean area studies. Other: National Defense University; diverse programs U.S. Departments of Defense and State. Experience I Background: Retired from United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the American foreign aid program; began second career 1980s in academe serving as dean of international affairs, retired as full tenured professor emeritus to Florida for health reasons. Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 19 of 20 filson_s Page 1 of I Agenda Item r\!o. 9C January 9, 2007 Page 20 of 20 Advisory Board Application From: feegroup@aol.com Sent: Friday, December 08,20063:09 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Application was received on: 12/8/20063:08:36 PM. Name: !Douglas M. Fe~ Home Phone: ~39-592-12121 Home Address: 1921 Carrick Bend Circle #2011 City: \Naple~ Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-593-51121 Business: 1239-513-104~ e-Mail Address:~eegroup@3aol.coml Work Place: tIne Fee Group (Accountant - SelfEmployed~ How long have you lived in Collier County: ~ Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !productivity Advisory Committe~ Category: !District 2\ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ !Revenue Commissio~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IY e~ Please list our communi activities: orth Bay Civic Association, Inc - FounderlPresident Estuary Conservation Association, Inc ast Treasurer Property Owners of North Naples Association, (2nd District) - Past Treasurer arpon Cove Master Association, Inc - Past Treasurer Member of Conservancy Member of riends of Barefoot Member of CSO Delnor Wi . Park Education: !Miami University, Oxford Ohio BA 1986 Toledo Univerty, Toledo Ohio - Grad Course~ 12/11/2006 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9D January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 12 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE LEL Y GOLF ESTATES BEAUTIFICATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term, expiring on October 1, 2010, to the Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee. CONSIDERA TIONS: The Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee had 1 term expire on October 1, 2006. This 5 member committee assists and advises the Board of County Commissioners in handling matters pertaining to the beautification taxing district. The disnict was created by referendum vote on November 4, 1986, for the purpose of beautifying and maintaining the median snips of the streets and other public area within Lely Golf Estates. Applicants must reside within the boundaries of the municipal service taxing unit. Terms are 4 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. The tenn for Mr. Ron Torp expired on October 1,2006. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICA~T CATEGORY DlST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Kathleen K. Dammen Resident within MSTU None COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Kathleen K. Dammert FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint I member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9, 2007 Aqenda lten^, r--Jo, 90 January 9, 2007 Pa~JP 2 of 12 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 9D Item Summary: Meeting Date: f\ppOtntment of member to U18 lely Golf Estates Beautification ;:,dvlsory Comrnntee 1/9/2007900,00 AM Prepared By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners BCC Office 12121/20063:02:45 PM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12128/2006 12 53 PM Agenda Item r'Jo. 90 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 12 TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners FROM: Tessie Sillery, Operations Coordinator DATE: December 22, 2006 SUBJECT: Lely Beautification MSru Recommendation to the Board for filling one vacant position. The Lely Estates Beautification MSTU has received and reviewed one application by the prescribed deadline for its vacancy. The applicant was evaluated and interviewed based on the potential contributions to the Committee. The applicant meets the criteria required to be eligible for the committee and resides within the MSTU's District Boundary. The Committee recommends the following applicant for appointment to the vacant term as indicated below: TYPE OF TE~ NAME APPOINTMENT EXPIRES Kathleen K. Darnmert New Appointment 10 -01 -2010 FIELD OF EXPERTISE/CATEGORY Resident in Naples 10 + years. Employed by Berkshire Lakes Master Association, Inc. Background - Attended Purdue University - Business Administration and Accounting - Licensed Community Association Manager. 20 + years in Business Administration, Office Management 5+ years in Community Association Management. Community Activities - Lely Civic Association Member. Please let me know you need any other information Transportation Services Division AIt. Transportation Modes Department (-' Agenda Item No. 90 January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 12 Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-oppt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. David Larson 269-4015 04/12/05 163 Dora! Circle 793-8618 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: none District: 1 Category: Resides within MSTU District Mr. Robert C. Cole 12/17/91 301 Forest Hills Boulevard 10/13/05 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: District: 1 Category: Resides within MSTU District \.--- Mr. Ron Torp 774-9311 10/08/02 349 Pinehurst Circle 774-3174 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: District: 1 Category: Resides within MSTU District Mr. Tony Branco 514-5292 01/28/03 147 Pebble Beach Circle 793-4364 09/13/05 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: tjbvista@eartWink.net District: 1 Category: Resides within MSTU District Mr. Robert M. Slebodnik 02/27/01 32 Pebble Beach Boulevard 775-3491 11/14/06 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: rslebodnik@aol.com District: 1 Category: Resides within MSTU District 1 % 1/09 4 Years 1 % 1/93 1 % 1/09 2 Years 4 Years 10/1/06 4 Years /' 10/01/05 1 % 1/09 2.9 Years 4 Years 10/01102 10/01/10 1.5 Years 4 Years ; ":";;'''=Pl!::-:':::-:'~~:~~:07{;2....:_-_nr,-;:".:~:.;:.::;;J.'.:.:h::'::,~;':.t.~"",-nt'. -, '-':::'''~''''::''~'~T:':7.i>;'...';::,::~',~:","",:'' ':1".' '':';::i.:':.::~'''~7,::::_- ;_:.;~r..:' ':-~ -:.::::;':':';;~~ -'~:: a!fi;:;'~',.::,: '~:':S;2.'t::.,,;, -_-i;-"'2;?;~ :--,-:::<;:-_::0 '",_.,,-\ Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Page I of2 c .~. (~ - Aoenda Item No. 90 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 12 Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 5 member committee was created by Ord. No. 87-69 to prepare and recommend an itemized budget for the Lely Golf Estates Beautification Municipal Service Taxing Unit and aids and assists the Board of County Commissioners in carrying out the services of the taxing unit. Members must reside within the boundaries of the municipal service taxing unit. Terms are 4 years. FL STAT 125.01 Staff: Tessie SilIery, Transportation Operations Coordinator: 213-5840 :~_2~:_-:-~~":_:f,2: ,',"':-;-2';;:--::~' :::""2::-'''':::'_:~~_';':':u;-~'_~::;S:~~;-'::':"' ,".:': :;>'.;:~:_,-::,. f,:-::--' ..- ,. . Wednesday, November 15, 2006 '~.'.' .:,!:~-;:,':'.-...7:,;,;:,~::-_.;:-"::;::-~~,-~_~:~. .. ;.'.....'f'7.- -:"!,,:A;c:'':;,,'', -'~':c~~..-; .,'._ ",__~V Page 2 of2 . ~ Agenda Item No. 90 January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 12 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 28, 2006 Elections Office J Sue Filson, Executive Manager ' Board of County Commission TO: FROM: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the COWlty'S advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier COWlty. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. LEL Y GOLF ESTATES BEAUT ADV COMM COMMISSION DISTRICT Robert Slebodnik 32 Pebble Beach Boulevard Naples, FL 34113 I ~ Shari Curet 152 Palmetto Dunes Circle Naples, FL 34113 / Kathleen K. Dammert 333 PinehW'st Circle Naples, FL 34113 ! Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 90 Januarv 9, 2007 Page 7 of 12 DATE: August 28, 2006 FROM: Tessie Sillery, Transportation~ Ope~o s Sue Filson, Executive Manager ) Board of County Commissione TO: RE: Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Robert Slebodnik 32 Pebble Beach Boulevard Naples, FL 34113 Shari Curet 152 Palmetto Dunes Circle Naples, FL 34113 Kathleen K. Dammert 333 Pinehurst Circle Naples, FL 34113 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive swnmary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments .-. -. ~ Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 RECEIVE (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 AUf, 1 5 20 '.' Agenda Item N~~U January 9, n7 Page 8 of 1 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards ~1$E'..e-r S~~g02>N/JC. Home Address: ~.:s2. "/1=f{fE,z~ j?Z!:AeJl 3;:"1/.1> Zip Code: Name: Home Phone: 7 73:""- ~ 7/ of I :g.;/ //3 e-mail address:t>oSfe.boJ("l1..i 1<.- € ,(ot '~Yi Fax No. Business Phone: Place of Employment: ~'7"l ~-7:> Board or Committee Applied for: ~ej..Y a 0 L.. j: L.:s.. rA rz s /SeA {j rl Fle/1 7/04 /lfs n/ Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District, Developer, environmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years It ~.s. Months g /'10 . Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes V No Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? No v Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes / If yes, ease list the c~mitteesfboards: , /..., (:jol-F" r v Yes No No f2:;. . Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. and positions held: F. A <<;,.:r /'r"A :P"L-z.-s: C!?1/.u::: -4 S. ~ DC ?'A'?'} 0 N' LKLY /V7~1V, eHA/IZ-?~^o,J Experience: elf~~;J::7'/T L! HA,;2Pd<:.-50V 07-- _l,ELY JYlsru .~~ t7J~Vf1A::r:r:!/~; 'l:;}:~ ~~~~t!~ /d IID,nCV2JvTl!F Please attach any additional information you feel pertinent. This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112. If you wish, please fax your application to (239) 774-3602 or e-mail to suefi/son(iilEollief1!o v. net. Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens of Collier County. filson_s Page 10f2 Agenda Item No. 90 January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 12 From: advisoryboards@colliergov.net Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2006 8:22 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted. ~ Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Tel: (239) n4-3602 Fax: (239) n4-3602 t ~l .,J...: - - ~" ..~..; . ,"" . ... ....:7 -." . ., ," - -i .4.. 1 .... August 26,2006 Application for Advisory Committees I Boards Name: Dr. Shari Curet Home Phone: 239-775-1212 Home Address: 152 Palmetto Dunes Circle City: Naples, FL Zip Code: 34113 Fax Number: 239-775-1212 Business Phone: 920-426-2170 Email Address:sharistu@yahoo.com Place of Employment: Retired How long have you lived in Collier County? 5-10 years Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes Board I Committee Applied for: Lely Beautification Category: (if applicable) No information provided. Do you currently hold public office? No Do you now serve, or have you served on a No Collier County board or committee? 8/28/2006 8/28/2006 Please list your community activities: No information provided. Page 2 of2 Aaenda Item No. 90 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 12 Education: Dr. of Education Experience I Background: Teacher and Administrator for 25 years filson_s Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 9D January 9, 2007 Page 11 of12 From: advisoryboards@colliergov.net Sent: Wednesday, September 06,2006 3:16 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On*line Advisory Board Application Submitted. ~ Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Tel: (239) 774-3602 Fax: (239) 774-3602 .~~. .....t~.~\I,..4 ". 'l.' '.. ,. . :' ,'" -f-4'} ,.. September 06, 2006 Application for Advisory Committees I Boards Name: Kathleen K. Dammert Home Phone: 239-774-1544 Home Address: 333 Pinehurst Circle City: Naples Zip Code: 34113 Fax Number: 239-353-3770 Business Phone: 239-353-7633 Email Address:KatDammert@aol.com Place of Employment: Berkshire Lakes Master Association, Inc. How long have you lived in Collier County? 5-10 years Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes Board I Committee Applied for: Lely Golf Estates Beautification Advisory Committee Category: (if applicable) No information provided. Do you currently hold public office? No Do you now serve, or have you served on a No Collier County board or committee? 9/6/2006 9i6/2006 Please list your community activities: Member Lely Civic Association (HOA) Education: High School graduate. Attended Purdue University (extension campus) studying Business Administration and Accounting. Licensed Community Association Manager. Experience I Background: 20+ years in Business Administration, Office Management. 5+ years in Community Association Management. Page 2 of2 Agenda Item f\lo. 9D January 9, 2007 Page12of12 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda item ~~o. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 12 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term plus an additional 4 year term, expiring on April 13, 2011, to the Environmental Advisory Council. CONSIDERATIONS: The Environmental Advisory Council has 1 vacancy due to a resignation. This 9 member council acts in an advisory capacity to the Board in matters dealing with the regulation, control, management, use or exploitation of any or all natural resources within the County, and the review of all land development petitions which require an environmental impact statement (EIS) per section 3.8 of the Code, all developments of regional impact (DRI), lands with special treatment (ST) or Area of Critical State Concern! Special Treatment zoning overlays, areas of the county covered by interlocal agreements, any petitions which cannot be resolved between the applicant and staff. The membership will include technical and non-technical members. Technical members shall demonstrate evidence of expertise in one or more of the foIlowing areas related to environmental protection and natural resources management: Air Quality, Biology (including any of the sub-disciplines such as botany, ecology, zoology, etc.), Coastal Processes, Estuarine Processes. Hazardous Waste, Hydrogeology, Hydrology, Hydraulics, Land Use Law, Land Use Planning, PoIlution Control, Solid Waste, Stonnwater Management, Water Resources, Wildlife Management, or other representative areas deemed appropriate by the Board such as, but not limited to, a representative of the development community. Terms are 4 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Mr. Irv Kraut resigned on October 23,2006. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the foIlowing 2 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Charles L. Martin Non-technical 4 Yes Code Enforcement Board Black Affairs Adv. Bd. Floodplain Management Roger Jacobsen Non-technical ] Yes None COl\IMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Quasi-Judicial Council - no recommendation NOTE: Section Five (D) of Ordinance 200] -55 states that "No person shall serve on more than two County Boards simultaneously. If application is made for service on a third Board, the applicant must resign simultaneously from one of his or her cUlTent Board positions, or the application for a third Board shall be disqualified. This provision, however, may be waived to all ow for service on additional Boards provided the Commission votes unanimouslv to waive such provision. According to my records Charles L. Martin cUlTently serves on 3 committees. If Mr. Martin is appointed the Board "",ill have to waive Section Five CD) of the ordinance. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution continning the appointments. Prepared By: Sue Filson. Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9, 2007 AGenda Item No. 9E . January 9. 2007 Paqe 2 of 12 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Vc Item Summary: Meeting Date: Appoin:ment D~ member to the EnvIronmental AdVIsory Council 119/2007900 DO A.M Prepared By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners Bce Office 12/21/20063:02:45 PM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County. Manager's Office 12/28120061 :03 PM Agenda Item 1\10. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 12 Memorandum To: Sue Filson, Executive Manager, BCC From: Susan Mason, Principal Environmental Specialist - Environmental Services Deparbnent C: Barbara Burgeson and Summer Araque, Environmental Services Depl Date: 12/22/06 Subject: EAC applications I have reviewed the applications from Char1es I. Martin and Roger Jacobsen for the one vacant EAC position. The following is a brief outline of each applicants' qualifications. The applications, email and brief telephone conversations were used to provide the following infonnation. Charles I. Martin is a qualified non-technical applicant Currently he is working for Wynns Realty. He attended Westem Kentucky University for 2 years with a major in business however, he did not receive a diploma. Mr. Martin has experience in the as a realtor and general contractor including mold remediation. Mr. Martin has been active in Kentucky. He has lived in Collier County for 3-4 years was a member of the following local boards and committees: Code Enforcement Board, Parks Advisory and is currently a member of the Floodplain Management Planning Committee. Roger Jacobsen is a qualified non-technical applicant. Presently, Mr. Jacobsen is a Marina Compliance Specialist for the City of Naples with a main function of environmental control of the City's waterways. He has previous experience as a Boat Patrol Officer, Police Commissioner, Mayor and Chief Financial Officer of Greenwood Lake. NY. Mr. Jacobsen has lived in Collier County for 3 years and participated in the following activities: Officer of Chamber of Commerce in Greenwood lake, NY; Little League Director, camp counselor, veterans' affairs volunteer and senior citizen volunteer. Call me at 213-2987 if you have any questions. Thank you very much. Environmental Services Department Community Development & Environmental Services Division Agenda Item No. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 12 ( Environmental Advisory Council Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. James Gregory Harcourt 649-3339 04/25/06 04/13/1 0 4 Years 547 Huntington Drive 254-8742 Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: drharclourt@aol.com District: 2 Category: Technical - Geology Ms. Judith M. Hushon 04/13/04 04/13/08 4 Years 1659 Chinaberry Court 643-6222 Naples, FL 34105 E-Mail: judyhushon@aol.com District: 4 Category: Technical - Biology Mr. Nick Penniman 04/12/05 04/13/09 4 Years 611 Portside Drive 261-7292 ,--- Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: ngpn@ao1.com District: 4 Category: Technical-Environmental Mr. William W. Hill 11/29/05 04/13/10 4+ Years 5928 Cranbrook Way, D205 774-4412 Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: billhill44@ao1.com District: 1 Category: Technical- Professional Engineer - (\.;t 01/11/05 04/13/07 Mr.Irv Kraut (,i'Or.G, 01(; 877-1793 2 Years 5131 Harrogate Ct. l{) J ). ~ 877.1793 Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: cleanairflorida@aol.com District: 1 Category: Technical- Environmental Health and Safety ~ ==-"""o..-.__....~.;..;:::::;:;I:o'-~..."'-'.....'.,~.......~._.=,!::'".,....-.....:.:.r_.~__~""""_...,__. ...."'___..,..__....~!'.~T':.~,;!:......',.".,';.......;""..=.,._~.~!<Zr::::::-:':'W;'_';";"._",=..~~i.:::-.7'':,~_~_:~~~...:.':.;:;;: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 Page 1 of J Agenca item (,la. 9:: Januarv 9, 2007 Page 5 of 12 ( Environmental Advisory Council Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. William W. Hughes 435-1188 04/13/03 4501 Rosea Court 435-3923 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: hughesco@earthlink.net District: 4 Category: Technical-Water Treatment & Hazardous Waste Mr. Terrence Scott Dolan 498-8533 06/14/05 581 19th Street, N.W. 455-5n7 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: terreydolan@wcicommunities.com District: 3 Category: Technical-Land Use Planning (- Mr. Michael V. Sorrell 353-5932 06/11/02 2335WilsonBoulevard, N. 571-7781 04/13/03 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: www.colliersportsman@hotmail.com District: 5 Category: Non-Technical- Owner Lawn Service Mr. Lee Horn 287-5044 01/11/05 2225 Malibu Lake Circle, #621 287-5044 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: sportslem@ao1.com District: 3 Category: Non-Technical - Business Finance and Marketing 04/13/07 4 Years 04/13/09 4 Years 04/13/03 04/13/07 10 Mos. 4 Years 04/13/08 3 Years c_ ~_::r:=;:-~'.,~.......". \..~~_......-,,-._30~,,...',,,,,,,,,;,:........~~",,~.:~r~.':~:-..~--=:..r..:,;._._.....,.;'--::~-~~':::~~..::.-"'~'~'::'::'7~~ Wednesday, April 26, 2006 Page 2 of 3 Agenda Item No. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 12 Environmental Advisory Council Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe--appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 9 member council acts in an advisory capacity to the Board in matters dealing with the regulation, control, management, use or exploitation of any or all natural resources within the County, and the review of all land development petitions which require an environmental impact statement (EIS) per section 3.8 ofthe Code, all developments of regional impact (DRI), lands with special treatment (ST) or Area of Critical State Concern! Special Treatment zoning overiays, areas of the county covered by interlocal agreements, any petitions which cannot be resolved between the applicant and staff. The Board should consider a membership guideline of six (6) technical and three (3) non-technical members. Technical members shall demonstrate evidence of expertise in one or more of the following areas related to environmental protection and natural resources management: Air Quality, Biology (including any of the sub disciplines such as botany. ecology. zoology, etc.), Coastal Processes, Estuarine Processes. Hazardous Waste. Hydrogeology, Hydrology, Hydraulics, Land Use Law, Land Use Planning, Pollution Control, Solid Waste, Stormwater Management, Water Resources, Wildlife Management, or other representative areas deemed appropriate by the Board such as, but not limited to, a representative of the development community. This is a Quasi-Judicial Committee. After initial appointments, terms are 4 years. FLSTAT Staff: Susan Mason, Senior Environmental Specialist: 213-2987 .J. ~~7":;....-...::;:a.;..... _~_'.._{}~ Wednesday, April 26, 2006 _1'_""......:........ ,..~_.;;.;:':L.:::::..,~~~::L..~~_~::.;::;:;:~:::r"'~~ Poge3of3 Agenda Item No. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 12 MEMORANDUM -"'II DATE: November 17,2006 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL COMMISSION DISTRICT Roger Jacobsen 146 San Salvador Street Naples, FL 34113 4 J Charles L. Martin 2222 Gulfshore Boulevard, N. Naples, FL 34102 Thank you for your help. Aoenda Item I'-Jo. 9E ~ January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 12 MEMORANDUM DATE: November 17, 2006 TO: Susan Mason, Environmental ~s Sue Filson, Executive Manager .. Board of County Commissione ~ FROM: RE: Environmental Advisory Council As you know, we currently have a vacancy on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attacbed the applications received for your review as follows: Charles L. Martin 2222 Gulfshore Boulevard, N. Naples, FL 34102 Roger Jacobsen 146 San Salvador Street Naples, FL 34113 Please let me know, in writing within the 41 day time-frame, if the applicants are qualified to serve as members on the board, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments i\gellda Item No. 9c January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 12 filson s - From: ~nt: O' ubject: enews@colliergov.net Wednesday, November 06.20061:33 PM filson_s Advisory Board Application from Collier County Website Please fill out the following form to apply for a Collier County Board / Committee. If you have any questions regarding this application please contact Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, at (239) 774-8097 or email to suefilson@colliergov.net Your Name: (Please type your name as it appears on your voters registration) Charles 1. Martin Home Address 2222 gulfshore blvd north City naples ZIP Code 34102 Home Phone (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-262-7287 Business Phone (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-262-784-5498 ex (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-262-7289 E-mail Address (Important: In order to recieve a copy of your application you must enter a valid E-mail address.) realtyrainmaker@grnail.com Place of Employment Wynns Realty How long have you lived in Collier County? 1 - 2 Years [] 3 - 4 Years (x] 4 - 5 Years [] 5 - 10 Years [] 10 - 15 Years [] More than 15 Years [] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? Yes [] No [x] If yes, explain: Not answered Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes [x] No [] 411bard or Corr@ittee Applied for: environmental advisory council 1 Category (If Applicable) : Citizen At-Large, etc.) Not answered Agenda Item No. 9E January 9, 2007 (Example: Commission District, Developer Environmen@~~~s,~,of12 Do you currently hold public office? AYes [] WNo [x] If yes, what office do you hold? Not answered Do you now serve, or have you ever served on a Collier County board or committee? Yes [x] No [] If yes, please list the boards / committees: Collier County Code enforcement board..flood plain management planning committee..floodplain management planning committee..parks advisory board.. Please list your community activities and positions held: (Example: Civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc.) MSI board of directors louisville kentucky Realtor association 2003-2005 ..13 years deputy sheriff f.o.p.louisville kentucky..Neighborhood conservation program louisville 1976..Homestead program louisville 1977..Urban Renewal/community development cabinet Employee programs committees. Education: western kentucky university..licensed real estate broker 34 years..Florida licensed certified general contractor..BOARD certified mold remediation..certified eifs inspector..certified fema inspector..certified home inspector.see other education at my web sites www.masterpropertyconsultant.com www.environmentalprofessional.com (I planned to start a global environmental web site blog) Member of Indoor Air Quality Council..education of interaction with the u.s. army corp of engineers being one of the largest property owners/resort developers that adjoin thier flood control lakes in ~ntuCkY for 17 years. Experience / Background: Started my career as the youngest Housing and urban development general contractor in area 1972 rebuilding inner city housing ( hud contractor) in 1974 I recieved my real estate brokers license then was hired as the youngest federal employee for the Urban Renewal agency /community development cabinet for the implementation of the block grant 312 program where we rebuilt 7 inner city neighborhoods..since those days I have developed major subdivisions, commercial developments, owned private sewage treatment facilities, zoned my own projects,and owned major franchise real estate offices..now I have been commissioned to start a real estate division for the Wynn family who has been in the business community since 1938 our new office is in the wynn building since 1950 711 5th avenue south downtown naples.MY main interests is environmental issues of smart growth and new urbanism in repect to air quality,preservation,land development controls. --. 2 -_.~~_._----_.---~----~._.-..----_._- Agenda Item No. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 12 filson s ~m: nt: 0: Subject: enews@colliergov.net Monday, November 06. 2006 11 :09 AM filson s Advisory Board Application from Collier County Website If you have any questions regarding this application please contact Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, at (239) 774-8097 or email to suefilson@colliergov.net Your Name: (Please type your name as it appears on your voters registration) Roger Jacobsen Home Address 146 San Salvador Street City Naples ZIP Code 34113 Home Phone (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-642-9618 Business Phone (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-213-7121 Fax (Ex. 239-555-5555) ~239-213-7130 E-mail Address (Important: In order to recieve a copy of your application you must enter a valid E-mail address.) rjacobsen@naplesgov.com Place of Employment City of Naples How long have you lived in Collier County? 1 - 2 Years [] 3 - 4 Years [ ] 4 - 5 Years ( ] 5 - 10 Years [) 10 - 15 Years [) More than 15 Years [] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? Yes [J No [x] If yes, explain: Not answered Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes [x] No [] 4IIlard or Committee Applied for: Envirorwlental Advisory Council Category (If Applicable): (Example: Commission District, Developer Environmentalist, 1 ",.".."";,,,,,,.",,,""..,;<;1'.,,,,",,,.,,.",,,,..,,,,,,,;....,."...,,''"-,.".0;.."".__,..,,,..,...,;,.,",,,,.....,,;,..;.,_",.""",.'.' Citizen At-Large, etc.) Not answered Agenda Item No. 9E January 9, 2007 Page 12 of 12 Do you currently hold public office? ..AYes [] ~o [x] If yes, what office do you hold? Not answered Do you now serve, or have you ever served on a Collier County board or committee? Yes [] No [xl If yes, please list the boards / committees: Not answered Please list your community activities and positions held: (Example: Civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc.) Past officer in the Chamber of Commerce in Greenwood Lake Little League Director Camp Councilor Veterans Affairs Volunteer Senior Citizen Volunteer Education: BS Business Management Experience / Background: I have started, owned, operated and sold several businesses. I was employed by the Greenwood Lake, NY Police Dept as a boat patrol officer, went on to become Police Commissioner, and then ran for and became Mayor where I was the Chief Financial Officer -- for a multi milllion dollar budget. I am currently employed with the City of Naples as the ~rina Compliance Specialist where my main function is environmental control for the &ples Waterways. .. 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 17 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN AD HOC COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant ternl, expiring on June 14,2008, to the Habitat Conservation Plan Ad Hoc Committee. CONSIDERATIONS: The Habitat Conservation Plan Ad Hoc Advisory Committee has 3 vacancies. This committee was created on March 22, 2005, by Resolution No. 2005-174 and amended on February 14, 12006 by Resolution No. 2006-41 to expand membership to 13 members. They will serve as a forum for community review and discussion regarding Habitat Conservation Plans (HCP). The committee is specifically tasked to evaluate the geographical scope (excluding the Rural Lands Stewardship Area) and coverage of an HCP including the species associated with the geographical scope, to identify the types of impacting activities including County infrastructure needs, to identify the financial impacts of an HCP, to assess the community support for an HCP, and to identify alternatives to an HCP, if an HCP is not deemed feasible. The committee will ultimately provide its findings and recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners. TernlS are 3 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. We currently have 1 unfilled vacancy. In addition, Mr. Michael Joseph Delate, Ms. Sally Woliver both resigned. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY .Q![[ ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Jeffrey Carter Curator and Conservation Coordinator at Naples Zoo None COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Jeffrey Carter FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confinning the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9, 2007 .i....'..., Agenda Item No. 9F Janua'y 9. 2007 Page 2 of 17 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: OF Ilem Summary: Meellng Dale: ,A,PPOlntment of member to the Habitat Conservation Plan Ad Hoc Committee 119/2007900.00 AM Prepared By Sue Filson Executfve Manager to the BCe Date Board of County Commissioners Bee Office 12121/20063:02:45 PM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/28/20061:19 PM Agenda Item t..Jo. 9F January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 17 MEMORANDUM TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners fIJi FROM: William D. Lorenz Jr., P.E., Director, Environmental Services Department DATE: December 27,2006 SUBJECT: Habitat Conservation Plan Membership Recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners In response to the Habitat Conservation Plan Committee's 2 vacant positions, 1 application was received and evaluated by the Committee. There are no specific or unique qualifications established for this Committee. December 13,2006, the Habitat Conservation Plan Ad-Hoc Committee in a vote of 8:0 voted to recommend Jeffrey A. Carter to one of the vacant positions. I NAME TYPE OF FIELD OF EXPERTISE (CURRENT APPOINTMENT EMPLOYMENT) 1. Jeffrey Carter Initial Appointment Curator of Reptiles and Conservation Coordinator at the Naples Zoo; current Vice President of the Friends of the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 17 Habitat Conservation Plan Ad-Hoc Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Christian M. Spilker 643-0166 06/14/05 06/14/08 3 Years 2260 16th Street, N.E. 304-5266 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: cspilker@turrell-associates.com District: 5 Category: Environmental Mr. Richard A. Stone 642-8156 09/12/06 06/14/08 2 Years 21 Hickory CT 642-8156 Naples, FL 34145 E-Mail: RStone 1234@ao1.com District: 1 Category: Environmental Org Member , IJ. Mr. Michael Joseph Delate f5,\')Y' .fJ~ 947-1144 06/14/05 06/14/08 3 Years 574 tOOth Avenue, North f' li),IV 592-9834 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: mdelate@gradyminor.com District: 2 Category: Environmental Engineer Ms. RoslynD. Katz 04/25/06 06/14/08 2 Years 3100 Gulf Shore Blvd., North #403 403-3916 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: rkatz9500@comcast.net District: 4 Category: Economics/Conservancy Mr. Brian J. McMahon 597-9077 06/14/05 06/14/08 3 Years 360 22nd Avenue, N.W. 353-0110 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: swampbuggy2@earthlink..net District: 5 Category: Citizen At Large ...f -"'.-:_~~:;;;':::::':'~"",,;.J..~~-,::'?.:=:.;.:-~.,;:;::r-.:r:'"-,;;.r~z<<:........':;.~~:_c:~7~:~~::--,:;""'-.:-~::::, ~x ;~.>.v:'rU:-:;:::"'::;7:::,'~_; .;~:,~ ~,;:: _':~t~:'-lli."q;;f".;: :01.-~~"""=__:- : ;_~, lye, ~-:>:~.~~~~:~'~:;::iir.::-.';':,'.,~~.l<i:::, .~_ Thursday, September 14, 2006 Page 1 of4 .Ll.genda Item No. 9F Januarv 9, 2007 Page 5 of 17 (- Habitat Conservation Plan Ad-Hoc Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Jennifer Hecker 262-0304 11/29/05 06/14/08 3525 21st Avenue, S.W. 262-6683 Naples, FL 34117 E-Mail: jenniferh@conservancy.org District: 5 Category: Environmental & Ecological; Land Mgmt; Conservancy c- Dr. L. Christian Mogelvang 06/14/05 2450 N. Rd., Box 3316 643-0566 Naples, FL 34106 E-Mail: emogelvang@earthlink.net District: 4 Category: Lay Person n .eOi Ms. Sally Woliver reJ '()~, 011 352-0690 06/14/05 2010 19th Street, S.W. I/' 353-7607 Naples, FL 34117 E-Mail: sallywol@swfla.rr.com District: 5 Category: Lay Person Ms. Maureen Bonness 348-8178 06/14/05 7390 Rookery Lane 348-8178 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: bonness@infionline.net District: 5 Category: Environmental Consultant 06/14/08 06/14/08 06/14/08 Ms. Judith Hushon 04/25/06 06/14/08 1659 Chinaberry Ct. 64~222 Naples, FL 34105 E-Mail: judyhushon@ao1.com District: 4 Category: Environmental Consulting/Conservancy Volunteer 3 Years 3 Years 3 Years 3 Years 2 Years ( "'-. Page 2 0[4 !;::.>.~:~';;:-::;!:.. ::.~_~-::.;.C::"-.;'-X"~'iS;,~,";G;:..",,':<:'.:-':-- --=,";';;'.:' :'-, - ." ,-, ""_'/;1':1' :",',";:tl":.,;,_ .-"'.::.;;:. .:,~:'.;,:. :,::':~;:",>~-:,;",::~s:~;r-....;.rL'.;;_ ::-.~-.:..:.. Thursday, September 14, Aoenda Item No. 9F ~ January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 17 Habitat Conservation Plan Ad-Hoc Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Jerry Breshin 775-8134 09/12/06 4695 Hawk's Nest Way, Apt. 204 775-8134 Naples, FL 34114 E-Mail: J-Breshin@att.net District: 1 Category: Business AdminiS1rationIMarketing 06/14/08 2 Years Mr. Richard C. Gill 289-4153 09/12/06 290 Pinehurst Circle 775-9623 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: rgill1943@aol.com District: 1 Category: Business ManagerlLaw Enforcement 06/14/08 2 Years --- ~L CTlt::;d;i~,'S;/Jt~;;,he; i4:joo6c'"~~:rc'''' .::;::":-~~,:':.:.~;: '::'.;!:;".:-,:' ':":~;'> "l!';. '.~~ >,......J,~;:.. :'r~'..-:"...";;:'. ,:- 'la:,' ;;';:,":!:T:C~~"'1!;i: :-~,7~'1:-';'.;':;'~"'_~V:'.::orr~,:,,;,:':T;';r;.~:: Page 3 of4 (- '- ( Agenda Item t-..io. 9F Januarv 9, 2007 Page 7 of 17 Habitat Conservation Plan Ad-Hoc Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This committee was created on March 22, 2005, by Resolution No. 2005-174 and amended on February 14, 12006 by Resolution No. 2006-41 to expand membership to 13 members. They will serve as a forum for community review and discussion regarding Habitat Conservation Plans (HCP). The committee is specifically tasked to evaluate the geographical scope (excluding the Rural Lands Stewardship Area) and coverage of an HCP including the species associated with the geographical scope, to identify the types of impacting activities including County infrastructure needs, to identify the financial impacts of an HCP, to assess the community support for an HCP, and to identify alternatives to an HCP, if an HCP is not deemed feasible. The committee will ultimately provide its findings and recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners. Terms are 3 years. FL STAT n/a Staff: William D. Lorenz, Jr., Environmental Services Director: 213-2951 i.!,;'::;:':;:-::~---:'~.:Z,,:.<~'r.::,,--":_'rl:::}:'_:"'::'- -':: _j~:.__,t:: '::7l':-;O;;:,-r: _--:C:;'._~:':',--;-_'. ~C::,,_~"'--'7,T;---;P;Z:"'C.,~~. Thursday, September 14, 2006 Page 4 of 4 __~ ..'._'J' ,:,~:.-::~._.;~.;-,.,... Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 17 MEMORANDUM J'._ :_~ . , .'~J DATE: December 8, 2006 DEe llAM11:11 TO: Elections Office ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager , Board of County Commission FROM: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HABITAT CONSERV A nON PLAN COMM ~ COMMISSION DISTRICT Jeffrey A. Carter / ttJ 3 1340 Oakes Boulevard &v---- Naples, FL 34119 ;:;r Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda item No. 9F Januarv 9, 2007 Page 9 of 17 DATE: December 8, 2006 FROM: William D. Lorenz, Jr., EnViro~tal Services Director Sue Filson, Executive Manager \ Board of County Commission .. TO: RE: Habitat Conservation Plan Ad Hoc Committee As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Jeffrey A. Carter 1340 Oakes Boulevard Naples, FL 34119 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments . Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No. 9F Januarv 9, 2007 Page 10 of 17 ~.;. "", ~. .}~, ,~'i' .,. '"1......,^,. ,"""\ '. '. ". ....\o.<.,.)u . ",:J:I(..1 ,r . .. ~ _ ...,'''~'' ';"~;;';~I \.--- i' '...~ ';, Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: ~ffre':J A I Co.r+e.f HomePhone:(~~~r.v-75"33 Home Address: 13</ 0 ~~e.S Bl va . Zip Code: ~ <.f111 Fn No@lt)~"A -'1~ BusiDess Pbone(~3~ ~ ~. 6r"- e-maU address: "" i!!{:f.@ t'lDf'f~ ZG(). COl11 Business:~~~ ~., ~. Board or Committee Applied ror:--':J~itrU- Cn1<eKVtdtrn PIt:M/J ,4J.u;$oY'y Category (if applicable ): 2.o()(O~~ t- Eumple: CommlHlo8 D1atriet, Developer, ~aea"'t, bIy penoe, etc. Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes / No ~ Do you currently bold public ofliee? Yes If 10, w".t is tlutt Om"! No ~ Do Y08 DOW ieI'Ve, or line you ever lIeI'Ved, 8D . CoWer Co..ty board or coDUDittee1 \' C!II If yes, pIeue list the committeesJboards: No -/ ....... list yoar. .........ty ~..lvtlies (rivle c1u'" ~ ~... .... ..~....., -ett!S ~~~/~>>~{~~~~~~~ Education: ~ tJm.~ ~nicvJ'~ \li~ Experience: ~e ~ Cu...rn.c.uJ.~ {/r~ ~ PIase atIrIcIt -., tUlditJfHfIIl bffDrrffIItkM ytJUfHl pert/IuMt. 7'Ws ~ IIltowld Iteff/rWtU'fld 10 Sw F1lIIttn. ~ MtuUqet" to life llotIrd of CM"'Y C_llIo~'-'n, JJ91 Ecrt 1'utIIurtl T1wIl, N~ FL U 112. Ifytlft wiM, plt!tIM ffIX yt1fU' IIf1tJIicatitm to (239) 774-3602 or IHIIIIi1Io suefi/.so,.aoI/ierpol'. fief, Thmtk YOllfor IIObIIfturiIw to UTIle tile clIlutu ufCoIIIer COIUf(V. Jeffrev A. Carter Aoenda Item No. 9F ~ Januarv 9. 2007 Page 11 of 17 . Personal Information: Home Address: 1340 Oakes Blvd. Naples, Florida 34119 Phone Number: (239) 821-7533 SUMMARY Interested in all aspects of zoological and Wildlife Conservation sciences including: animal husbandry, research, education, and pertinent legislation as related to conservation of endangered species and their habitats. Experienced at supervising others, excellent listening skills and a desire to cooperate and work as a team member. Well developed understanding ofa variety of biological disciplines including: animal husbandry, ethology, field research, exhibit design and ecology with skills in research and publication, wildlife conservation policy analysis, teaching and grant writing. Able to design and implement projects and experienced at giving oral presentations. CAREER OBJECTIVE: To take a pro-active roll in the conservation of the environment. To achieve my goals by continually advancing in the zoological profession and by increasing my knowledge of all facets of the biological and zoological ....iences (collections management, staff supervision and mentoring, animal husbandry, research, advocacy, and .ucation). Through these experiences I can then pass my knowledge on to my colleagues and the general public as well as advising major political and corporate decision makers (here and abroad) about conservation issues and the nature of biological limitations. EXPERIENCE: Curator of Reptiles & Conservation Coordinator: Began new role as Curator of Reptiles in October of 2005. Responsible for all management of this institution's reptile collection. I am also now acting as the on-site coordinator of all the zoo's conservation programs under the direction of our Conservation Director Tim Tetzlaff. Grant writing for the zoo and for cooperative projects with non-zoo personnel (researchers, educators, etc.) is also now one of my new responsibilities. As Curator of Reptiles I am still responsible for overseeing and managing the zoo's venomous reptile collection, as well as, the educational show: Serpent Fangs & Fiction. Zoological Department I Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens. Naples, Florida 34102. October 2005 to Present. Curator of Behavioral Husbandry & Venomous Reptiles Team Leader: Upon the completion of the AZA's Animal Training & Behavioral Enrichment Professional Management School in 2003 I was promoted to Curator of Behavioral Husbandry. This title brought with it the responsibilities of creating and implementing a new behavioral enrichment and animal training program for all zoological staff at this institution. I also was charged with the responsibility of playing a key role in the creation of a new educational program that features Florida's native venomous snakes. With the birth of this new program I was then given the responsibility of Atting together safety protocols. This process also included the coordination of the collections planning and ~rp of this 1ndl.tnti.....n'<:! npw vpn.....".,.....lus rentl.1.. "n1lect1on Znnlnol""l D......".-tn-......+ I r'o..a'beon ~"..r1"n". Th" 7nn __-' ............ ................. ...__.._........... ....._. T_...._.........._ -.1-''"' ~~ ,.,_. _.I.. _"'-JI........,O..._........ ""'t'fw&I,l,..&.L.J.........I."- I '-""""...... u.L ""-J1,&,L1It"I.,"",.l.O.. 1..1"'" L.JVV In Naples. Naples, Florida 34102. October 2002 to July 2003. Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 Zoological Keeper & Coordinator of Behavioral Husbandry - (Big Cats. reptiles. Hoof stock): R~ fOr care and maintenance of a diverse collection of mammals, birds, and reptiles. Responsibilities included supervising volunteer keeper assistants, docents, and community service workers working within the ~erpetology Department. Responsible for daily educational programs and also completed offsite lectures to ~hools, civic groups e.tc. Revived and coordinated the zoo's behavioral management and enrichment committee assisting with the design and implementation of facilities and enrichment programs for this institutions animal collection. Continue to conduct and teach fellow zoological staff members about scientific research and publication. Serve as a resource and mentor to new zoological staff. Zoological Department / Caribbean Gardens: The Zoo In Naples. Naples, Florida 34102. October 2002 to July 2003. Board of Directors - Conservation Advocacy Committee Chair: Responsible for the representation of and defense of the mission of the Friends of the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. This NWR Friends Group's mission falls entirely within the boundaries of and directly reflects the mission of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. In this role I serve as a policy analyst and advocate for all environmental issues that directly affect the present and future well being of the species Felis conc%r cory. The mission of the Refuge and the Friends Group also seeks to conserve and preserve the health and preservation of the habitats upon which the Florida Panther depends upon for survival. United States Fish & Wildlife Service: Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. Friends of the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. 2002 to present. Herpetology Deoartment Suoervisor: (Australian Reptile Park) Responsible for the supervision of reptile section consisting of 400 specimens of reptiles and amphibians (native & exotic) under the care of myself, two jwrior keepers and 14 volunteers. Responsible for monitoring care of the collections health and welfare, implementing occupational health & safety procedures and carrying out the supervision and training of reptile section staff. Responsible for ext::nlction of venom for antivenom production. Also responsible for provision of - lliucationaI public presentations to Park visitors and groups. Supervised projects with several endangered ~cies of reptiles and amphibians endemic to New South Wales Australia. Australian Reptile Park / Somersby, New South Wales, Australia. July 2001- August 2002. Herpetolo.pcal Keeper II: (Jacksonville Zoological Gardens) [In addition to a higher level of competency in the responsibilities mentioned in the description of my experience as a Keeper Levell]. Responsibilities also encompass: planning and execution of animal procedures [Le. restraints(physical and chemical), and transfers). Played a key role in the initiation, planning and conducting of operant conditioning programs for our Green Mambas (Dendroaspis viridis) and Nile Crocodiles (Crocody/us niloticus). Also planned and conducted division activities. Have written animal husbandry protocols and continue to research and collect infonnation important to the management of our animal collection. Contributing author to the Crocodile Husbandry Manual that serves as the training text for the Crocodilian Husbandry Course for the A.Z.A. Zoological College. Instructor for ethology class in the "Keeper II Education Training Courses". Have in addition attended grant writing seminars and conducted pertinent research to our collection and also acted as a mentor and guide in aiding my fellow keepers in their animal husbandry and research endeavors. Herpetological Department I Jacksonville Zoological Gardens / Jacksonville, Florida. June 2000 to September 2001. Herpetological Keeper I : (Jacksonville Zoological Gardens) Responsible for care and maintenance of a collection of over fifty different species of reptiles and amphibians (venomous and non-venomous), Assisted in design and construction of new exhibits. Responsible for supervising volunteer keeper assistants, docents, and community service workers working within the Herpetology Department. Responsible for daily educational programs and also completed offsite lectures to schools, civic groups e.t.c. Setve as member on the zoo's ~havioral management and enrichment committee assisting with the design and implementation of facilities . -"d enrichment programs for this institutions animal collection. Also serve as the institutional representative to the A.Z.A. amphibian T.A.G. (taxon advisory group). Continue to conduct and teach fellow zoological staff members about scientific research and publication. Serve as a resource and mentor to new zoological staff. Herpetological Department / Jacksonville Zoological Gardens / Jacksonville, Florida. 1995 to June 2000. Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 Page130f17 Independent Study: (PRIMATE ETHOLOGY) Learned and utilized skills concerning various aspects of primate behavior (Macaca silenus) Lion-tailed Macaque and other related taxa. Requirement included research And outline of project parameters. Construction of an ethogram and design of field research procedures and ~terials such as: behavioral data check-sheets, sampling and identification of local flora and fauna, analysis of tree canopy structure and calculation of foliage density distribution as well as mapping of troop movements. Tracking and mapping of troop movements was accomplished with the use of radio-telemetry equipment and a hand-held LORAN unit. Department of Biology I Georgia Southern University I Statesboro, Georgia. 1992. Wildlife Biologist (Okefenokee Swamo Park): Managed and maintained park serpentarium which housed a reptile collection consisting of over 20 species of indigenous snakes (venomous and non-venomous), 5 species' of turtles, and the American alligator of which we had over 50 specimens. Supervised a staff of seven responsible for the maintenance of the parks afore mentioned reptile collection as well as the mammal collection consisting of black bear, Bobcats. river otters, and white tailed deer. Responsibilities included all aspects of health maintenance, and husbandry of animal collection as well as scheduling daily lectures and weekly boat tours. Lectures covered ecology, physiology, ethology, conservation and other aspects concerning native flora and fauna. Okefenokee Swamp Park / Waycross, Georgia. 1991. Zoological Design and Maintenance Technician: Worked in various areas of zoological facilities design and maintenance including drafting, horticulture, engine mechanics(small trucks, tractors etc), carpentry, basic plumbing, and electrical work. St. Catherine's Island Foundation in cooperation with St. Catherine's Island Wildlife Conservation Center / St. Catherine's Island, Georgia. 1990. Zoological Intern (Wildlife Conservation Society): Valuable experience gained with over 30 endangered species (various primates, ungulates, birds, and reptiles) in several unique areas of animal husbandry and research; hand aared a number of hoof stock and birds, also completed studies of animal behavior including breeding and Werling habits, maternal care of young, and group cooperation. Hand raised 1.0 Sable Antelope (Hippotragus niger) and 1.1 Nile Lechwe (Kobus megaceros) as well as a variety of parrot and hornbill species. Worked closely with staff in all phases of animal keeping and breeding. Also assisted zoo veterinarians during annual examinations, inoculations, and surgery. Wildlife Conservation Society (New York Zoological Society), St. Catherine's Island Wildlife Conservation Center I St. Catherine's, Island Georgia. 1990. Independent Study:(Tropical Botany) Responsible for design of a greenhouse ecosystem and maintenance protocol to provide a semi-tropical environment for various botanical studies. Supervised research projects that were carried out by undergraduate botany students. Plants included a variety of species ranging from orchids and bromiliads to various aquatic plants, fungi, ferns, and mosses. Department of Biology / Georgia College / Milledgeville, Georgia. 1989. IntelJ)retive Guide & Naturalist: Supervised planning and leading of weekly tours of up to 50 people. Subject matter covered various aspects of estuarine, barrier island, dune, and marine ecology, as well as ethology and geology along with local coastal history and archeology. Special tours of the University of Georgia's Marine Institute were also given. Georgia Department of Natural Resources / Sapelo Island, Georgia. 1989. Governor's Research Internship: Graduate level continuation of research on Atlantic sea turtle species. Also gained valuable experience in raptor hacking procedures of the Southern Bald Eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus. Supervised construction of hacking facilities and transport of birds to their new home. Also responsible for care and feeding of young and prediction of fledging time parameters. Field observations included banding the birds .d fixation of radio transmitters for use during radio-telemetry searches in the field. Governor's Internship ~gram ; Georgia D.N.R. / Sapelo Island, Georgia. 1989. Indeoendent Study: (pALEONTOLOGY) Studied taxonomy, evolution, anatomy and physiology of a wide variety of extinct species. Learned and utilized skills (during field work in Badlands National Park) in the Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 unearthing, identification, cataloging, and final preparation of fossilized remains. Department of BMlb~ ~f 17 Georgia College / Milledgeville, Georgia 1989. overnor's Research Intemshi : Research in distribution and population dynamics of various Atlantic sea turtle cies frequenting dune nesting areas along the beaches of Sapelo Island and Cabretta Island, Georgia. Duties included field data collection on all crawls, nests, and strandings. Additional studies included: impact of predation and shifting dune topography on natality rates and overall nest distribution. Also worked closely with Department of Natural Resources (D.N.R.) wildlife biologists in various areas of estuarine and barrier island ecology as well as pertinent wildlife management. Governor's Internship Program (undergraduate level); Georgia D.N.R. / Sapelo Island, Georgia 1988. Teaching Assistant: Taught all lab course lectures. Assisted with preparation and administering of lab exams. Supervised student lab technicians in the planning and implementation of laboratory classes for freshmen biology, microbiology, and anatomy and physiology courses. Department of Biology, Waycross College / VVaycross,Georgia1986-87. Lectures & Presentations: 1989: Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Soeiety 1989 Annual Lecture Series Georgia College / Milledgeville, Georgia Lecture Topic: Saving our Coastal Sea Turtle Populations. Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society 1990 Annual Lecture Series Georgia College / Milledgeville, Georgia Lecture Topic: The St. Catherine's Island Wildlife Conservation Center: A Modern Day Noah's Ark. Georgia Regional Health Director's Conference Waycross, Georgia. Lecture Topic: The Okefenokee Swamp: An Ecological Overview. ' Okefenokee Swamp Park Annual Spring Fling. Waycross, Georgia. Lecture Topic: Status and Conservation of Nations Birds of Prey Department of Family & Children Services: Education Retreat Lecture Topic: Animals of the World Georgia Southern University Statesboro, Georgia. Television Interview: Saving Georgia's Coastal Sea Turtle Populations. Julia P. Bryant Elementary School Statesboro, Georgia. Lecture Topic: Conservation of Native and Exotic Endangered Wildlife and Their Habitats Department of Biology, Graduate Ethology Georgia Southern University / Statesboro, Georgia Lecture Topic: Research Design and Data Collection in the Field. Dept. of Biology, Undergraduate Mammology Georgia Southern University / Statesboro, Georgia Lecture Topic: Old World Primates: Behavior & Conservation. 1990: . 1991: 1991: 1991 : 1992: 1992: 1993: -~ 1993: . . 1992: 1993: 1996: 2001: e 1994: 1994: 1996: 1999: 2000: 2002: 2004: Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 American Society of Mammologists 75th Page 15 of 17 Annivenary Meeting Smithsonian Institute I Washington, D.C. Lecture Topic: Food Choice Selection in a Novel Habitat by a Free-ranging Troop of Lion-tailed Macaques (Macaca silenus). Lion-tail Macaque S.S.P. Master Plan Meeting St. Catherinets Is., Ga. Lecture Topic: Foraging Behavior, Husbandry, and Conservation of Free-ranging Lion-tailed Macaques on St. Catherine's Is., Georgia. American Association of Zoo Keepers Annual Lecture, Jacksonville Zoo Chapter Lecture Topic: Field Studies and Conservation of the Lion-tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus) on St. Catherine's Is. Georgia. American Association of Zoo Keepers Annual Lecture, Jacksonville Zoo Chapter Lecture Tooic: A Helping Hand: Conservation, Animal Husbandry Training & Aid to the Quistaqoche Zoo. Iquitos, Peru. Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Lecture Topic: Conservation & the Future of Zoos: What we are doing at the Jacksonville Zoological Gardens. Jacksonville, Florida. Royal Herpetological Society of Australia Lecture Topic: Operant Conditioning of Venomous Snakes and Crocodilians as a Tool for Behavioral Enrichment and Safety. Royal Museum of Natural History. Sydney, New South Wales Australia. Rookery Bay Marine Research Reserve, Coastal Eco-tour Stewardship Educational Lecture Series. Lecture Topic: Native Snakes of Florida: Living safely with our native venomous retiles. How to create your own custom safety and emergency snake-bite emergency protocols. Rookery Bay Marine Research Reserve. Naples, Florida. PUBLICATIONS: Brannen, N., J.A. Carter, B. Winn, et ai. Coastal Georgia Field Guide to Sea Turtle Research. Georgia Southern University Press, Statesboro, Georgia. Fitch-Snyder, H., Carter, J.A. Tool use to acquire drinking water by a free-ranging group oflion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). Laboratory Primate Newsletter; 1993. Pung, O.J. Ph.D., Spratt, J. M.S., Clark, C.G. Ph. D., Norton,T. D.V.M. and Carter, J.A. B.S. TRYPANOSOMA CRUZl INFECTION OF FREE-RANGING NONHUMAN PRIMATES ON ST. CATHERINE'S ISLAND, GEORGIA, USA. Journal of Zoo Veterinary Medicine, 1998. Carter, J.A., Lepera. G. Identification and Tagging Procedures of Crocodilians. In Vliet, K.A.,et al (eds.) AZA Croc School Teaching Manual: Crocodilian Management In Captivity and the Wild 2002 MEMBERSHIPS: Friends of the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge Animal Behavior Society . . ~ Animal Behavior Management Alliance (Founding Member) Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles American Association of Zoological Parks & Aquariums American Association of Zoo Keepers Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society Agenda Item No. 9F January 9, 2007 Page16of17 Gopher Tortoise Council League of Florida Herpetological Societies Georgia Free & Accepted Masons, Lodge #213 EDUCATION Undergraduate - Major: Biology (Zoology) Georgia College & University: Milledgeville, Georgia. Graduate - Biology (Ethology) Georgia Southern University: Statesboro, Georgia. AZA Professional Management School Crocodilian Biology and Captive Management AZA Professional Management School Animal Training & Enrichment Florida Master Naturalist Program Coastal Ecosystems Module Graduate INTERESTS: Learning, Watching wildlife, Reading & Writing, Studying History, Martial Arts, Drawing, Wildlife photography, Listening to music, Playing jazz and classical music, Camping, Canoeing, Hiking, and Fly-Fishing. . . . . .L\qenda Item No. SF ~ Januarv 9, 2007 Page 17 of 17 REFERENCES David L. Tetzlaff Executive Director Caribbean Gardens: The Zoo In Naples 1590 Goodlette-Frank Rd. Naples, Florida 34102 Phone: (239) 262-5409 I ext. 107 Layne Hamilton Refuge Director U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge Naples, Florida Phone: (239) 353-6206 Gregory Lepera Curator of Herpetology Jacksonville Zoological Gardens Jacksonville, Florida 32218 Phone: (904) 757-4463 I ext.138 Craig Adams-Marr Assistant Park Manager The Australian Reptile Park Pacific Highway Somersby, New South Wales 2250 Phone: (02) 4340-1022 E-mail: cadams@reptilepark.com.au Jeffrey Spratt Principal Curator St. Catherine's Island Wildlife Conservation Center 1 Wildlife Conservation Society Route 1, Box 207-Z Midway, Georgia 31320 USA Phone: (912) 884-5005 Helena Fitch-Snyder Behavior Specialist 1 Supervisor Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species I Zoological Society of San Diego P.o. Box 5511 San Diego, California 92112-0551 USA Phone: (619) 557-3954 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item hJo. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 11 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE HISP ANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term plus a full 4 year term, expiring on June 25, 2011, to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board. CONSIDERATIONS: The Hispanic Affairs Advisory Committee has 1 vacancy due to a resignation with the term expiring on June 25,2007. This 9 member board identifies and evaluates problems unique to the Hispanic Community, reviews and recommends ways to ensure open communication between the minorities and Collier County Government and provides periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners. Terms are 4 years. A list of the cun'ent membership is included in the backup. Mr. Ernest A Labrador resigned on August 24, 2006. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY .!2lli.I ELECTOR ADV. COMM. I Maria C. Mitchell I N!a 14 ~ None COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Maria C. Mitchell FISCAL IMPACT: NONE ,-. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1, and direct the County Attomey to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Conunissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9,2007 - Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY Aoenda Hem f>Jo. 9G , 9,2007 2 of 11 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 9G ,6..PPOlnlment of member to the Hisparuc Afflars Aavisory Board 1/9/2007900:00 AM Prepared By Date Sue Frison Board of County Commissioners Executive Manager to the BGe Bec Office 12/21/20063:02:45 PM A pp roved By Date Leo E. Oehs, Jr. Board of County Commissioners Deputy County Manager County Manager's Office 12129/200612:59 PM filson_s Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item No. 98 Januarv 9,2007 Page 3 of 11 MEMORANDUM From: GreeneColleen Sent: Friday, December 29,2006 10:23 AM To: filson_s Subject: HAAS Appt - revised OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ATTORNEY MEMORANDUM DATE: December 29,2006 TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager CC: HAAB Advisory Board Members FROM: Colleen M. Greene, Assistant County Attorney SUBJECT: Recommended Appointment for the HAAB (Revised) At the monthly meeting on November 30, 2006, the HAAB had only one application to review and voted 5-2 to recommend appointment for the following applicant: Maria C. Mitchell 855 Ketch Drive, #105 Naples, FL 34103 Please submit this recommendation to the BCC for approval. With this appointment, there is still one remaining vacancy on the HAAB. Gary Holloway was recently removed by the BCC and Lilly DeBelieux resigned. Current members include: Raymond Cabral Manuel Gonzalez James Van Fleet Renato Fernandez Cosme Perez David Correa Ernesto Velasquez (new in 12/06) Thank you for your kind attention to this matter. Please contact me directly if you have any questions or concerns. cc: Michael W. Pettit, Chief Assistant County Attorney 04-COA-OJ 136/30 12/29/2006 Agenda Item r\Jo. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 11 ( Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Emesto E. Velasquez 455-6200 11 /14/06 06/25/09 3 Years 8524 Laurel Lakes Boulevard 354-0230 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: evelasqueznaples@aol.com District: 3 Category: Dr. James Alward Van Fleet 348-8162 11/30/04 06/25/06 2 Years 184 Spring Lake Circle 348-8162 05/09/06 06/25/1 0 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: javanfleet@msn.com District: 3 Category: J :W #I .;..lJ ~ ",l' Mr. Ernest A. Labrador cf,J\ ?"'} 353-7220 09/10/03 06/25/07 4 Years -., 14960 Collier Boulevard #2112 353-7220 "- Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 5 Category: Mr. David Correa 06/06/95 06/25/98 3 Years 275 Napa Ridge Road 213-0064 05/09/06 06/25/10 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Mr. Manual Gonzalez 850-7097 11130/04 06/25/07 3 Years 1622 Tarpon Bay Drive, South #202 591-3934 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: .- -.r3i"_""-:-':':~~;:r. '~":1).'~-"...:_::"7;;"",,~U-: ,''::';"::''~;:~~:;:''~i: ','":"': ;_:;,~,a~~;- ,~::::.~" ;,~:::':J::: ~ ..T.~....?'i~;?::::' ~-_';.j.~i:'t...':.::':::;~.';';2~;,:- .".<C;;':;"'; Wednesday, November 15, 1006 Page 1 of 3 ;~~"'~:E'~:: ' '.'.'h::::,:/.":::"':". ---" Agenda Item No. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 11 Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board ( Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Raymond Cabral 643-9482 11/30/04 06/25/05 7 Months 14767 Indigo Lakes Circle 348-7759 07/26/05 06/25/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: wynns827@msn.com District: 3 Category: Mr. Renato F. Fernandez 353-6719 07/26/05 06/25/07 2 Years 7901 Liecester Court 353-6719 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: FaustoRe@aol.com District: 3 Category: Mr. Cosme E. Perez 354-2700 11/30/04 06/25/05 7 months 160 12th Avenue, N.E. 455-7100 07/26/05 06/25/09 4 Years c: Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: cosmeperez45@hotmail.com District: 5 Category: 11 Mr. Gary D. Holloway la~if.' ~" 334-1000 05/09/06 06/25/09 3 Years P.O. Box 2162 Vie\, )M' 633-4069 Immokalee, FL 34142 1\ E-Mail: gary44mcanes@yahoo.com District: 3 Category: ( " :"-'-_,..<., -. ~'- _.. ~'_"""~;',_;':.' ",:;.".~_ -_-.~_';-."'~-~'. ,', ~.;.. _ C::~- ;.:;,::11'. Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Page 2 of3 ('" \ Agenda Item No. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 11 Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term This 9 member committee was created by Ord. No. 91-37, amended by Ord. No. 91-78) to identify and evaluate problems unique to the Hispanic community, review and recommend ways to ensure open communication between minorities and Collier County government and provide periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners. Terms are 4 years. FL STAT Staff: Lillian Amador, H.R. Tech for Road and Bridge: n4-8924 "~.::':'''::~~'''-. :;::;;'" :,;.:;.. - :,.;:~ ':':~~',;.-.r::-". ;.:':':'.::." - :,:,-_m~ ;::_~<;.:,;-:::',:~;' '. ~';;". '':':'''~''7:;:-;':-=;, _,; :.....,.." . >.: .:0.:..=.2.:,,'. Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Page 3 of 3 _:.'.r:;~:: :"'-~ Agenda Item No. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 11 MEMORANDUM DATE: October 27,2006 RECEIVED OCT 3 1 2006 Board of County COmrnilaloners FROM: Elections Office ::t Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Commissioner TO: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HISPANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD COMMISSION DISTRICT Maria C. Mitchell 855 Ketch Drive, #105 Naples, FL 34103 1 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 11 DATE: October 27,2006 TO: Colleen Greene, Assistant COlomey Sue Filson, Executive Manager I Board of County Commission J FROM: RE: Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Maria C. Mitchell 855 Ketch Drive, #105 Naples, FL 34103 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time- frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments . e . filson_s Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 9G January 9 2007 Page 9 of 11 From: advisoryboards@colliergov.net Sent: Tuesday, October 10,2006 2:02 PM To: fil so n_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted. ~ Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamlaml Trail Naples, Fl34112 Tel: (239) 774-3602 Fax: (239) 774-3602 October 10, 2006 Application for Advisory Committees I Boards Name: Maria C Mitchell Home Phone: 239-263-4280 Home Address: 855 Ketch Drive #105 City: Naples Zip Code: 34103 .~_. . ...t~,~\." ;; ~. ,'.' . '.... .} ," . i ~.. ~ .... Fax Number: 239-262-6306 Business Phone: 239-261-1177 Email Address:maria@preferrednaples.com Place of Employment: Preferred Travel of Naples, Inc. How long have you lived in Collier County? More than 15 years Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Yes Board I Committee Applied for: Hispanic Affairs Advisory Committee Category: (if applicable) No information provided, Do you currently hold public office? No Do you now serve, or have you served on a No Collier County board or committee? 10/1 0/2006 e ~ -~ 10/10/2006 Please list your community activities: SW Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9G January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 11 Education: Naples High School 1968-1972 Attended Edison Community College Experience I Background: Banking - Travel Consultant- Agenda Item l\Jo. 9(; January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 11 MEMORANDUM DATE: October 6, 2006 FROM: Elections Office ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Commissione TO: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HISP ANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD t;;. upj~r COMMISSION DISTRICT Emesto E. Velasquez 8524 Laurel Lakes Boulevard Naples, FL 34119 r 3 Thank you for your help. OCT 92006 ploI12: 15 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9H JanualY 9, 2007 Page 1 of 10 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE CONTRACTORS' LICENSING BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term plus an additional 3 year term, expiring on June 30, 2010, to the Contractors' Licensing Board. CONSIDERATIONS: The Contractors Licensing Board has 1 vacancy due to a resignation representing the category of Consumer. This 9 member board determines the qualifications of applicants for the various categories of the Contractors' Certificates of Competency. They also hold hearings to determine if the holder of a certificate of competency of any contractor, master or journeyman should be disciplined. A minimum 3 members shall be in the category of "Consumer". The consumer representatives may be any resident of the local jurisdiction that is not, and has never been, a member or practitioner of a profession regulated by the board or a member of any closely related profession. Members are required to file a Form 1 Statement of Financial Interests each year with the Supervisor of Elections. Terms are 3 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Mr. Derek Chorlton representing a consumer resigned on October 9, 2006. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICA."H CATEGORY ..!llliI ELECTOR ADV. COMM. I Glenn Heniman I Consumer I~ None "....... COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Quasi-ludicial- no recommendation; however, a memo was received from staff indicating that Mr. HerTiman qualifies to sit on the board as a Consumer. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GRO'VTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: JANUARY 9, 2007 AgE:nda Item No. 9H January 9. 2007 Page 2 of 10 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 9H Item Summary: Meeting Date: ,A,ppolrtment of member to the Contractors' licensing Board 1/9/2007 900,[JO AM Prepared By Sue Filson Exocutive Man<.lger to thEl Bce Date Board of County Comm issioners Bee Office 12/21120063:02:45 PM Approved By Leo E. Ochs, Jr. Deputy County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12129/20061:00 PM Agenda Item No. 9H January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 10 eotft.r County ~ ---........-.. -- II MEMORANDUM II DATE: December 28, 2006 TO: Sue Filson FROM: Bill Hammond, Building Director SUBJECT: Contractor's Licensing Board Regarding your memo dated November 17. 2006 conceming the application of Mr. Glenn Herriman for a position on the Contractor Licensing Board. A review of the application indicates the applicant would qualify to sit on the Board as a consumer. ",,,,,~,,-~.,,.,.,._.,,,,,.~;___1""" Agenda Item No. 9H January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 10 Contractors Licensing Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Les Dickson 202 Monterey Drive Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Roofing Contractor 514-1100 06/11/96 06/14/05 06/30/99 06/30/08 3 Years 3 Years Ms. Ann Lundblad Keller 370-7237 09/10/02 06/30/05 3 Years 2107 21st Court South 370-7237 06/14/05 08120/08 3 Years Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: akeller@aqualaneaprtners.com District: 4 Category: Consumer- City of Naples Representative Mr. William T. Lewis 430-1799 09/10/03 06/30/06 3 Years P.O. Box 1228 430-1799 6120/06 6/30/09 3 Years Naples, FL 34106 E-Mail: District: 1 Category: General Contractor Mr. Richard E. Joslin, Jr. 455-5000 06/11/96 06/30/97 1 Year 595 13th Street, N.W. 06120/06 06/30/09 3 Years Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: PappaPooI2@earthlink.net District: 5 Category: Licensed Commercial Pool/Spa Contr Mr. Sydney E. Blum 594-7880 07/29/03 06/30/06 3 Years 12930 Positano Circle #305 261-1855 06/20/06 06/30/09 3 Years Naples, FL 34105 E-Mail: eescool@earthlink.net District: 4 Category: Specialty Trade 'w;;;;;;;;;;;:&;;;;'::b~n;2006"""","-"""'''''''''''r.,''''''''''''''',:>""",'c.,,.''m;',",N"=-:>:''Z.'''':'~P~;1"~73"""'="'''''''-''''''''''"'''''~~'''''''':'''''''c;' '''' ... !\oenda Item No. 9H ~ January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 10 ,.--. Contractors Licensing Board \. Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Michael Boyd 643-4404 09/21/04 06/30/07 3 Years 5340 Tamarind Ridge Drive 353-1823 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: mboyd@signsandthings.com District: 3 Category: Specialty Contractor - Signs , J 09/26/06 06/30/07 8 mos. Mr. Derek Chorlton re9~f'.e oli 777 -9839 561 Ridge Drive \0,101:' 777 -9839 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: derek@derekchorlton.com District: 2 Category: Consumer Mr. Eric D. Guite' 403-9365 03/14/06 02/28/09 3 Years 1520 Nautilus Road 403-9365 c= Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: District: 4 Category: City of Naples - Specialty Contractor Mr. Lee Horn 287-5044 10/26/04 06/30107 3 Years 2225 Malibu Lake Circle, #621 287-5044 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: sportslem@aol.com District: 3 Category: Consumer L_ ' 'W~d~~';:i':;;':"-S;;t~:'b~2'7;c2(/06"z"-,-,,,""'''''''='''"''''':'''''T'_''-=,"",cc'"=-''':'='p;;g;~73'c,-''''''",=':r:.",.:....,.:"""'''.-;1'''''.....'=-'''''''"'"''''.;''''. / Agenda Item No. 9H January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 10 Contractors Licensing Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term . 2nd Term This 9 member board was created by Ord. No. 78-2, 85-42,90-105,92-61 to determine the qualifications of applicants for the various categories of the Contractors' Certificates of Competency. They also hold hearings to determine if a certificate of competency of any contractor, master or journeyman should be revoked. A minimum of 2 members shall reside within the corporate city limits of Naples or shall be recommended to the BCC by the Naples City Council. Fl Stat, See 489.131, sub 10 states that 3 members must be consumer representatives. Membership should be licensed architect, licensed general contractor, licensed engineer, licensed electrical contractor, licensed plumbing contractor, licensed roofing contractor, licensed residential or building contractor and a licensed representative from one of the other specialty trades or professions requiring a Certificate of Competency as provided in the Ordinance. These categories are merely directory and failure to have a member of each of the trades is not grounds for voiding any action of the Board. Terms are 3 years. This is a Quasi Judicial Board. Amended by Ordinance No. 94-34, 95-11, 97-68, 99-45, 2002-21 FL STAT 489 - Staff: Bill Hammond, Building Review & Permitting Director:: 403-2442 .-i !<.::'..:!::~c.:iJ7c!~-~e!l'_~'~::~'ii:<::r~~:_::~~t~_~-;,_,:::_::,_,:_c-~ o1!;'",::;:,:,-:;;;::::~.;-:.~-~ .;::;n:m'::,:-L:""".:'~\':..~I.:"';;::~;=~'!;~"'S.'-::,".-:,;;; .~.:1:'.'.:-.:r. ,,;....,,"'::rl.."';;.-:'e~."":_;::':-.~:,.:~'-~,~_:...-:;; Wednesday, September 27, 2006 Page 3 of 3 Agenda Item No. 9H Januarv 9, 2007 Page 7 of 10 MEMORANDUM DATE: November 17, 2006 FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners .. TO: Elections Office RE: V oter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. CONTRACTORS' LICENSING BOARD COMMISSION DISTRICT Glenn Herriman 2881 64th Street, S.W. Naples, FL 34105 3 Thank. you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9H January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 10 DATE: November 17,2006 TO: Bill Hammond, Building Re~' e d ~ennitting Director Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Cornmissione FROM: RE: Contractors' Licensing Board As you know. we currently have a vacancy on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Glenn Herriman 2881 64th Street, S.W. Naples, FL 34105 Please let me know, in writing within the 41 day time-frame, if the applicants are qualified to serve as members on the board. and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments Agenda item r'~o. 9H January 9. 2007 Page 9 of 10 filson s - .,-om' ..nt:' To: Subject: enews@colliergov.net Monday, November 06, 2006 10:48 AM filson s Advisory Board Application from Collier County Website ----------------------------------------- Please fill out the following form to apply for a Collier County Board / Committee. If you have any questions regarding this application please contact Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, at (239) 774-8097 or email to suefilson@colliergov,net Your Name: (Please type your name as it appears on your voters registration) GLENN HERRIMAN Home Address 2881 64TH ST SW City NAPLES ZIP Code 34105 Home Phone (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-649-4770 Business Phone (Ex. 239-555-5555) _ 239-269-7625 Fax (Ex. 239-555-5555) 239-597-9304 E-mail Address (Important: In order to recieve a copy of your application you must enter a valid E-mail address.) glenn@rxinsurance.us Place of Employment self employed How long have you lived in Collier County? 1 - 2 Years [) 3 - 4 Years () 4 - 5 Years [) 5 - 10 Years [] 10 - 15 Years [] More than 15 Years [x] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? Yes [xJ No [] If yes, explain: SPEED TICKET Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~es (xl ~o [] Board or Committee Applied for: CONTRACTORS LICENSING 1 Category (If Applicable}: {Example: Commission District, Developer Citizen At-Large, etc.} CITIZEN AT LARGE ~o you currently hold public office? Yes [] No [x] Agenda Item No. 9H January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 10 Environmentalist, If yes, what office do you hold? NA Do you now serve, or have you ever served on a Collier County board or committee? Yes [] No [x] If yes, please list the boards / committees: Not answered Please list your community activities and positions held: {Example: Civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc.} CBIA, NABOR, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHRISTIAN CHAMBER, PRES. GCS Education: MASTERS DEGREE IN EDUCATION Experience / Background: NEW CAR DEALER IN MICHIGAN PASTOR DIAMONDALE UNITED METHODIST CRURCH, MICHIGAN PROFESSOR SPRING ARBOR COLLEGE FURNITURE BUSINESS, NAPLES ~_~NSURANCE AGENT, NAPLES ~ 2 Agendj~ Ne.fgj January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 9 mudd...i From: fiala_d Sent: Wednesday, January 03,20073:59 PM To: mudd.J Cc: weigeLd Subject: Center Road vacation Jim, I would like to ask item A VROW - 1006 - AR - 9918 be reconsidered for the Jan 9th BCC meeting. Thank you. Donna Fiala 1/3/2007 . ~ ~ ~ e -r\.....r. \ t~nfia lterrii<l..~ I DlD , , u ~uary Sf, 3:Juf ,\ i~t"1~~~9 -~ \ (of ((" P J""!-- """,,-,. . v"~'~:J , . '- 1 (i) MEMORANDUM DATE: December 28, 2006 (Revision to original sent on December 22, 2006) TO: FROM: SUBJECT: Request to Reconsider Petition A VROW-2006-AR-9918 On December 22, 2006, the COWlty Manager's Office received a request to reconsider Petition A VROW-2006-AR-9918 which was heard and subsequently denied by a 3/2 vote during the Board of County Commissioners regular meeting which was continued on December 13, 2006. As you are aware, in accordance with the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Section 2-42, the petitioner has the right to request a Motionfor Reconsideration. The petitioner has provided the County Manager's Office with a timely written request for the Board's reconsideration of the petition. As you are a member of the Board who voted against the item, you may move for a reconsideration of the petition during a regular Board meeting within 15 days of the Request for Consideration. In order to meet this 15-day deadline you must inform me by January 3, 2007, if you wish to place this item on the agenda for reconsideration prior to the January 9th BCC meeting. If you choose to make a Motion for Reconsideration, the item will be placed on the January 9, 2007 agenda under Section 9, Board ofCoWlty Commissioners' Report. The Board has the opportunity to then act upon the motion or continue the item until the next meeting. While the motion may also include a date for the item to be reheard, the reconsideration must take place between a 14 to 30 day period after the motion has been adopted. . e e Agenda item r\!o. 9J January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 9 It should be noted that a Motion for Reconsideration does not allow for the public or the petitioner to address the Board. The Board, however, may ask staff and/or the petitioner for information while considering the merits of the motion. lfthe motion passes and the request to vacate the road is brought back for reconsideration, the requirements regarding public advertisement and public hearing will apply. The item will be decided by majority vote. I have included a copy of the petitioner's request, as well as the section of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Sec. 2-42. Please let me know as soon as possible if you wish to place this item on the agenda. C: David Weigel, County Attorney Leo E. Ocbs, Jr., Deputy County Manager Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the BCC Richard D. Y ovanovich '~ Agenda Item No. 9J January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 9 e RECEIVED COUNTY MANAGER 0Ff:lIC:& GOODLETTE COLEMAN & JOHNSON, P.A. ATTORNEYS AT LAW [ · 2') , _'J .. 2006 Kevin G. Coleman J. Dudley Goodlette Kenneth R. Johnson Richard D. Yovanovich Edmond E. Koester ACTION Linea v. tmnKmarl Stephen C Pip.r~l!:l Gregory L. Urbancic William M. Burke Craig D. Grider Matthew L. Grabinski Matthew R. Galloway Matthew M. Jackson Alex R. Figares Jeffrey J. Beihoff Kevin L. Dees Northern Trust Bank Building 4001 Tamiami Trail North Naples, Fl 34103 (239) 435-3535 (239) 435-1218 Facsimile FILE Writer's e-mail: ryovanovich@Qc!law.com December 22, 2006 Via Hand Delivery and Fax ~ Mr. James V. Mudd, P.E. County Manager Collier County 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, Florida 34112 Re: Petition AVROW-2006-AR-9918 Dear Mr. Mudd: On December 15, 2006 the Board of County Commissioners considered petition A VROW- 2006-AR-9918 to vacate the County's and the public's interest in Gulf Shore Court and a portion of Center Street. It is not clear which reconsideration process is to be followed. . Accordingly, we are filing a request for reconsideration pursuant to Section 2-42 of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Florida. We are requesting that a member ofthe Board who voted in the majority against granting the petition move for reconsideration of the petition pursuant to this Section. In our opinion, the Board of County Commissioners did not consider all facts relating to the history of this petition request and believe that reconsideration is in order. If, Section 2-42 of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Florida is not the appropriate provisions to request reconsideration, we are requesting that a member of the Board of County Commissioners who voted on the majority request reconsideration pursuant to Section 2-41 of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Florida. If Section 2- 41 of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Florida is the appropriate reconsideration procedure, we are requesting that a member of the Board who voted in the majority request a reconsideration within 30 days of December 15, 2006. e e - Aaenda Item No. 9J ~ January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 9 Page 2 If you have questions, please feel free to contact me. Very truly yours, Goodlette Coleman & Johnson ~~.~ .Richard D. Yovanovich, Esq. Cc: COI1"tmissioner Coletta Commissioner Coyle Commissioner Fiala Commissioner Halas Commissioner Henning George Vukobratovich .-- ,e \..1 .~ Agenda Item No. 9J January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 9 ADMINISTRATION (h) Minutes. The minutes of prior meetings ap- proved by a majority of the members present shall become the official minutes. Each resolution, or- dinance and legally binding document shall be signed by the presiding officer at the meeting and by the clerk and entered in the minutes. (Ord. No. 75-16, ~ HI); Ord. No. 85.20, ~ 1; Ord. No. 87-14, ~ 1; Ord. No. 89-04, ~ 1; Ord. No. 90.27, S 1) Sec. 2-37. Addressing the board. (a) If a subject is not on the agenda for a meeting of the board of county commissioners it may be added by motion and a majority vote that the sub- ject should not be delayed until the next meeting. (b) Any person appearing to provide the board factual information or expert opinion to consider prior to taking official action shall be governed by the following procedure: (1) Prior to addressing the board the speaker shall approach the front center of the con- ference table and clearly state his full name, home address, the person he represents and the subject of his address. (2) Before providing factual information or ex- pert opinion the speaker may ask, and any commissioner may require the speaker to be placed under the following oath with right hand upraised: "I willfully swear under oath the facts and testimony I furnish this Board to be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and not incon- sistent or contradictory with other. statements made by me under oath." No person shall be required to take this oath more than once in any given day, but shall be reminded .he is under oath before again addressing the board. Each commis~ sioner, staff member and county employee shall take the oath one time and be consid- ered under oath during the termor his of- fice. Those asking questions or desiring to com- ment on a matter before the board shall not be required to take the oath. Any commis- ~ 2.41 sioner may at any time request such a speaker to take the above oath. (3) Each person shall limit his address to five minutes unless granted additional time by majority vote of the board. All remarks shall be to the board as a body and not to any individual member. No person other than a commissioner shall discuss directly or through a commissioner, without authori~ zation of the presiding officer. (4) Any person making impertinent or slan- . .-4erous remarks or who becomes boisterous shall be instructed to remain silent by the presiding officer, until permission to con- tinue is granted. (Ord. No. 75.16, ~ 1(2)) Sec. 2.38. Sergeant-at-arms. The county sheriff, or his deputy, shall be the sergeant-at-arms at meetings of the board of county commissioners and ;;hall carry out all or. ders of the chairman to maintain oreler and de. corum. (Ord. No. 75-16, ~ 1(3)) Sec. 2.39. Action to be taken by resolution,' ordinance or motion. Each action of the board of county commis- sioners shall be taken by resolution, ordinance or legally binding document approved as to form by the county attorney, except approval of adminis- tr~~iv~ matters may be by motion adopted and recorded in the minutes. (Ord. No. 75-16, ~ 1(4)) Sec. 2-40. Adjournment. A motion to adjourn shall always be in order and decided without debate. (Ord. No. 75.16, ~ 1(5)) . 6 2~ Reconsideration of matters gen.... ~~ . (a) Any matter which has been voted upon by the board of county commissioners may be recon- sidered as follows: (1) By a motion to reconsider made by a member who voted with the majority if such CD2:9 .' Aoenda item No. 9J ~ Januarv 9, 2007 Page 7 of 9 .2.41 COLLIER COUNTY CODE motion is made prior to the adjourmnent of the meeting at which the matter was voted upon. (2) By a motion to reconsider made by a member who voted with the majority if such motion is made at a regular meeting sub- sequent to the meeting at which the matter was voted upon, but only in accordance with the procedures set forth in subsections (bl through (e) of this section. (b) Where a member wishes the board to recon- sider a matter after the adjournment of the meeting at which it was voted on, the member shall deliver to the county administrator a written memorandum stating that the member intends to introduce a motion to reconsider. The memo- randum shall state the date of the regular meeting at which the member intends to introduce such motion, and shall be delivered to the adminis- trator at least six days prior to such meeting. The purpose of this requirement is to allow the staff to ,A:lvise the board of the legal or other rami fica- (~ons of reconsideration. , (c) Upon adoption of a motion to reconsider, the county administrator shall place the item on the agenda for the second regular meeting following the meeting at which the motion was adopted. (d) No motion to reconsider shall be made more than 30 days rollowing the board's vote on the matter sought to be reconsidered. (e) This section shall apply to any matters which may lawfully be reconsidered except those mat. ters which are covered by section 2.42. (Ord. No. 81-54, ~ 1) ~ ~ Reconsideration of zoning and comprehensive plan requests. (a) Applicability. This section applies as fol. lows: e (1) To situations in which the board of county commissioners has denied a request to change the land use designation of a parcel orland pursuant to the comprehensive land use plan or where the board of county com. missioners has denied a proposed petition to change the loning classification on a parcel of land. A request for reconsidera. tion may be made only by the petitioner. (2) To all situations in which the board of county commissioners, acting in a quasiju- dicial capacity, has denied a license, permit or other approval. (b) Request for reconsideration. The petitioner shall request reconsideration of a petition in writing to the county administrator within 15 days of the date of the board's action denying the orig- inal petition. Tfi~ request shall be jurisdictional, and no motion for reconsideration may be made by any member of the board where such a request was untimely except as pr{)vided in subsection (i) of this 'section. (c) Motion for reconsideration. Any member of the board who voted with the majority (or in the case of a rezoning, voted against) on the original petition may move for a reconsideration of the petition at any regular meeting of the board within 15 days from the date of the request for reconsid- eration. This motion shall be made during that portion of the board's agenda entitled "Board of County Commissioners' Report." If no motion for reconsideration is made during this time period, the request shall be deemed denied. The motion may specify a date certain upon which the peti. tion will be reconsidered, but in no event shall such reconsideration take place less than 14 days nor more than 30 days from the date the motion is adopt~d. (d) Action on motion for reconsideration. The board shall either act on the motion for reconsid. eration at the meeting at which such motion is made or may table the motion for no longer than the next regular meeting of the board. If the mo- tion is not finally acted upon by the adjournment of the next regular meeting of the board after the motion has been made, it shall be deemed to have been denied. (e) Scheduling of petition for reconsideration. If the motion for reconsideration is granted, the county administrator shall schedule the petition on the agenda for the regular board meeting which was specified in the motion for reconsideration, or if no date is specified then cn the fourth regular CD2:10 Ie \~ ~ " Aaenda Item 1\10. 9J ~ January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 9 ADMINISTRATION board meeting following the meeting at which the motion is granted. rn No hearing or debate on motion for reconsid- eration. A motion for reconsideration shall not reo quire public hearing, and neither the petitioner nor any other person shall have the right to ad- dress the board considering the merits of such a motion. However, the board may request informa. tion of the petitioner, the staff or any other person in order to better inform itself prior to acting upon the motion. The purpose of this provision is to prevent either the petitioner or any other person from debating the merits of the petition prior to its full consideration at a regularly scheduled board meeting where the petition is reconsidered. (g) [Procedures outlined.] The procedures out- lined herein shall not constitute an administra- tive remedy, and the defense of failure to exhaust administrative remedies shall not be raised if a petitioner declines to utilize these procedures and instead elects to pursue judicial remedies following the denial of the petition. The time period for seeking judicial relief following denial of those matters contemplated by subsection (a)(2) of this section shall run from the time the board votes on such matter, and a motion hereunder shall not alter such time period. (h) [Initial vote.] Where the initial vote was made after an advertised public hearing, any re- consideration of such vote shall comply with all advertisement and notice provisions that were le- gally required for the initial public hearing. (i) Reconsideration of petitions recently denied. In recognition of the fact that several petitions for which this section would be applicable have re- cently been denied by the board, and in recogni- tion of the fact that the reconsideration of some of these petitions may be meritorious and in the public interest, it is hereby declared that the pro- visions of subsection (b) of this section are hereby waived for any petitions otherwise entitled to re- consideration which have been denied by the board subsequent to May 1, 1981, and prior to October 8, 1981. In lieu of the requirements of subsection (bJ, petitioners who are otherwise eligible for re- consideration may request reconsideration in CD2:1l ~ 2-77 writing no later than 15 days following September 29, 1981. (Ord. No. 81-54, ~ 2j Ord. No. 88-41, ~ 1) Land development code reference-Zoning amendments, ~ 2.7.2. State law reference-Adoption of rezoning ordinances, F.S. ~ 125.66(5). Sees. 2.43-2.65. Reserved. ARTICLE lIT. OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES. ,.J: DIVISION 1. GENERALLY Sees. 2-66-2.75. Reserved. DMSION 2. COUNTY ADMINISTRATORt Sec. 2.76. Citation. Any reference to "county manager" in this Code or existing or future ordinances, resolutions, min- utes, legal instruments and other documents shall be understood to refer to the "county ad. ministrator. " (Ord. No. 93.72, ~ 1) Sec. 2-77. Appointment, qualifications, com- pensation and vacancy. (a) The county shall have a county adminis- trator appointed by the board of county commis- sioners, which officer shall be the administrative head of the county and shall be responsible for the administration of all departments of the county government which the board has authority to con. trol pursuant to F.S. ch. 125, pt. III (F.S. ~ 125.70 et seq.), the general laws of Florida, and other applicable legislation. .Cross references-Employee benefits, ~ 2-101 at seq.; per- sonnel. ch. 102. Special act reference-Special acts pertaining to officers and employees, !l 202.156 et seq. State law references-Public ofl.icers and employees, F.B. chs. 111, 112; general authority relative to officers and em- ployees, F.S. ~ 125.01(1){s), (1}(u), (1)(v), (1)(bb); bonds of county officials, F.S. ch. 137; compensation of county officials, F.S. ch. 145. tState law reference-County Administration Law of 1974, F.S. ~ 125.70 et scq. Aoenda Hen! No. 9J '-' January 2007 Pag8 of9 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: SJ Item Summary: Meeting Date: Request to reconsider Petition AVROW-2006-AR.~J918 (Commissioner Fiala) 1/912007900:00 F.M Approved By James V. Mudd Board of County Commis.sioners County Manager Date County Manager's Office 113/20074:59 PM ~ PHYSICIANS REGIONAL ~ MEDICAL CENTER · COLLIER BOULEVARD A~l) 1J/lJ 1K ,1000fD 1 January 5,2007 E ~?'H t ~ :t . fJ, dJNU~~ RE[~D COP\ DF FH TH Fe (f1) HAND DELIVERY Mr. Jim Coletta Board of County Commissioners Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, Florida 34112 Re: Collier Regional Medical Center Name Change RECEIVED JAN 0 5 2007 l30ara of COlJn t,y CommisslO' ners Dear Commissioner Coletta: I am writing to you as the District 5 representative for Collier County to request your support in approVing the name change of Collier Regional Medical Center to Physicians Regional Medical Center-Collier Boulevard and the change of Physicians Regional Medical Center to Physicians Regional Medical Center-Pine Ridge. We are planning to open the hospital early February, 2007. It is very important this change be granted at the January 9, 2007 meeting of the Board of County Commissioners and we request that you place this item on the agenda under item 9. The name change is part of our strategy in creating Physicians Regional Healthcare System. This new system capitalizes on the strengths of two outstanding medical facilities in Collier County, the prior Cleveland Clinic and our new hospital here on Collier Boulevard in East Naples. Under this newly formed System, we will be able to bring additional resources to both hospitals increasing the services to the citizens of Collier County. Both hospitals will share medical staffs and services giving our Collier Boulevard facility a jump start in being able to provide a full range of services from the start to include obstetrics and pediatrics. Thank you in advance for your continued support of this much needed addition to East Naples. ~ ~. Mich.: M.slej Chief Executive Officers '" cc: Mr. Frank Halas Mr. Fred Coyle Ms. Donna Fiala Mr. Tom Henning 8300 Collier Boulevard. Naples, FL 34114 (239) 354.6007 Agenda Item NO.1 OA January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY To request direction from the Board regarding the purchase of a 1.14 acre parcel, currently under contract within Golden Gate Estates, Unit 53 under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, possibly at an additional cost of $50,000. OBJECTIVE: To request direction from the Board to which option they wish to pursue in regard to the acquisition of a 1.14 acre parcel within Golden Gate Estates, Unit 53, which is currently under contract with Glenda S. Beardsley, Trustee, (Seller). CONSIDERATIONS: On July 27, 2004, Agenda Item l6A5, the Board approved an Agreement for Sale and Purchase (Agreement) with Seller to purchase 1.14 acres in Unit 53, Golden Gate Estates, for the Conservation Collier program. A Title Commitment revealed that Seller obtained title via a tax deed sale and was unable to convey good and insurable title by the agreed-upon closing deadline and in accordance with the temlS of the Agreement. Seller was unable to cure this title objection within the thirty days allowed by the Agreement and was unwilling to take any additional steps, such as filing a quiet title suit, to cure the objection, but had agreed to extend the closing date to December 15, 2006 for an additional $1,200 above the existing purchase price of $1 0,700 for a total revised purchase price of $11,900. On November 16, 2004, Agenda Item 10 D, the Board approved an Amendment to the Agreement for Sale and Purchase (Amendment) extending the closing date to December 15,2006, for a purchase price of$ll,900. As you are aware, land values have risen dramatically, and on September 26, 2006 Agenda Item lOG, the Board directed staff to stop buying properties in Golden Gate Estates, Unit 53 for two years unJess prices decrease. The assessed value of this property as of January 1, 2006 is $49,020. Due to this substantial increase in value reflected by the assessment, Seller requested that she be paid more than the amount that she previously agreed to back in 2004. She has refused to close and is now asking for $30,000. Appraisals in September 2006 valued a 1.14 acre parcel at S50,OOO. Conservation Collier's Purchasing Policy states that the purchase price for property is to be based upon one appraisal from an independent, state-certified general real estate appraiser. Consequently, any amendment to the Agreement which provides for additional compensation requires approval by the Board. The County has three options: (1) make final demand to close giving Seller an opportunity to close, and if Seller still refuses, temlinate Agreement with no further action; (2) terminate Agreement and pursue legal action to enforce Agreement; or (3) waive the purchasing policy and authorize the County Manager or his designee to negotiate and pay a new purchase price not to exceed $30,000. Agenda Item NO.1 OA Januarv 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Beardsley - 1.14 acres Page 2 If the Board elects Option 1 and Seller refuses to close, staff will not pursue this parcel until the Board gives direction, if ever, to once again pursue properties within Golden Gate Estates, Unit 53. If the Board elects Option 2, the County Attorney's office will pursue. If the Board elects to pay the Property owner an additional $18,100 or some lesser amount negotiated by staff, staff will proceed to close as soon as possible. At their December 11, 2006 meeting, the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Advisory Committee was advised of this matter and advised staff to recommend to the Board that the Seller either sell at the agreed cost, or to walk away from the transaction. FISCAL IMPACT: Option I - no additional costs will be withdrawn; Option 2 - additional costs for litigation, estimated to cost no more than $50,000; Option 3 - additional cost would not exceed $18,100. Any additional funds will be withdrawn from the Conservation Collier Trust Fund (172). GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no impact to the Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board direct the County Manager or his designee to which option to pursue. PREPARED BY: Cindy Erb, Senior Property Acquisition Specialist Real Estate Services / Facilities Management Department Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Aoenaa l1em No, 1CJA " January 9. 2007 P aqe 3 of ,'3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1DA To request direction from the Board regarding the purchase of a 1.14 acre par::sl currently under conlract wlthm Golden Gate Estates, Unit 53 ~.mder' the Conservation Collier Land f\cqulsltion Program, possibly at ar, addHional cost of $50,000. (A.lex Sulecki. Senior EnVironmental Speclaiist Community Oevelovnentj 1/9/200790000 AM Date Prepared By Cindy M. Erb Administrative Services Senior Property Acquisition Speci31ist Facilrties Management 12/19/20068:46:52 AM Date Approved By Constance A, Johnson Community Development & EnVironmental Services Operations Analyst Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 121191200612,42 PM Date Approved By Alexandra J. Sulecki Community Development & Environmental Services Senior Environmental Specialist Environmental Services 12/19120051,01 PM Date Approved By William D. Lorenz, Jr., P.E. Community Development & Environmental Services Environmental Servicc$ Director Environmental Services 12/19120062,13 PM Date Approved By Skip Camp, C.F.M. Admmistrative Services Facilities Management Director Facilities. Management 12119120062,17 PM Date Approved By rv'larlcne Stewart Community Development &. Environmental Services Ex:ecutive Secretar~1 Community Development & Environmental Services Admin 12/19120063:51 PM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development & Environmental Services Commun!ty Development & Environmental Services. Adminstr<.ltor Date Community Development & EnVIronmental ServicE os Admin 121201200r. 8, 11 PM Date Approved By OM B Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative '.ss.rstant Oftl':::e of Man.:1gerncnt & Budget 12/2"11200G 3:13 PM Date Approved By Toni A. Mott fl,dministrative Services Real Property Supervisor Facilities Management 12/21/2D06 4:05 PM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Anal,'s! Office of Mani:lgement & Budget 12127:2005 10:23 AM Da!e Approved By James. V. Mudd Board of County Commissioners Count}1 MarlZlger County M.antiger's Offi~e 12/2812006 11,36 AM i\genda Item NO.1 08 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY To provide information on the status of the Southwest Florida Expressway Authority activities and the ongoing Toll Feasibility Studies for 1-75 and to discuss future options with the Board. OBJECTIVE: The Chairnlan of the Expressway Authority and staff would like to give an update on the Southwest Florida Expressway Authority activities and current ongoing studies as well as to discuss future widening options for 1-75 with the Board of County Commissioners, CONSIDERATION: The Southwest Florida Expressway Authority was created under House Bi11401 that was signed into law by Governor Bush on June 8, 2005 with the single purpose of trying to get tolled express lanes on I -75 (i.e. more than the six lanes that is currently programmed) in Collier and Lee Counties. The Southwest Florida Expressway Authority held their first meeting in May and has met every month since to try and take advantage of any possibility of including toll lanes as part of the programmed 1-75 six laning project between Golden Gate Parkway and SR 80. Currently, the Expressway Authority Board is conducting a Traffic and Revenue and Conceptual Engineering study with Wilbur Smith and Associates and information will be provided on that study as well as information on future tasks and activities. FISCAL IMPACT: This is a discussion item and there is no fiscal impact. GROWTH MANAGEMENT: The widening of 1-75 to ten lanes is consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan and the MPO's Long Range Transportation Plan. RECOMMENDATION: To review ongoing Expressway Authority efforts and to seek Board direction on future activities. Prepared By: Donald Scott, Transportation Planning Director Aoenda Item No. i()S .. Janu2ry Paqe 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 1DB Meeting Date: This item to be heard al 11 :00 a m To prOVide information on the statu5 of the Southwest Flon,ja Expressway AutrlOnty activities and the ongoing TOil FeaSlbiiity Studies for- 1-75 and to ,jISCUSS future options with the Board (Norman Feder, Adminlstr"ator, Transponallon Services) 1/SI/2007 9 00 00 AM Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Division Administrator Date Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12/19/20065:34 PM Approved By Sharon Newman Accounting Supervisor Date Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 121211200610:08 AM Approved By P.Jt Lehnhard Executive Secretary Date Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 121211200610:1$ AM Approved By OMS Coordinator Administrative Assistant Date County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 1212112006 3:23 PM Approved By Mark Isackson Budget Analyst Date County Manager's. Office Office of Management & Budget 12/27/20069:53 AM Approved By Leo E. Ochs, Jr. Deputy County Manager Date Board of County Cc;mmissioners County Manager's Of lice 12/27/20063:05 PM Agenda Item No. 10C January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: DC r':ecornmendatton to a~prove the Memorandum of Agre.ement tc participate In the Catalyst Project for Economic Development. Florida's Rural f~,r'eas of Cntical Concern (RACEC's) IT 3P'HTlie Nemecek, Economic Develoomenl Council. 1 Meeting Date: 1 f9!2Ci07 9 00 00 ,~M Approved By James V. Mudd County Mana~wr . Date Board of County Commissioners County Mlmager's Office 12/22/20064:48 PM Aaenda Item NO.1 OC ~ January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 6 Memorandum of Agreement Memorandum of Agreement and Support: Catalyst Project for Economic Development- Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Economic Concern (RA CECs) WHEREAS, Florida's rural counties share similar gaps in the level of average wages, business and industry development, as well as household and per capita income relative to the rest of the State and the United States; and WHEREAS, Governor Jeb Bush has designated three (3) Rural Areas of Critical Economic Concern (RACECs) in order to encourage shared regional, collaborative approaches to economic development pursuant to Section 288.0656 (7), Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, [government entity and the county or municipality it serves] is a part of the [identify RACEC]; and WHEREAS, Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI), Florida's public/private partnership for economic development, was charged with creating a statewide strategic plan for economic development, and in 2003 convened Regional Forums in all RACECs to determine regional priorities and formulate action plans for the diversification of rural economies; and WHEREAS, all RACECs have worked together through regional Rural Forums and a Statewide Summit to create Florida's 7-point Plan for Rural Economic Development (The 7-Point Plan), which includes a call for the creation of a regional marketing initiatives that could not otherwise be available without regional collaboration; and WHEREAS, Enterprise Florida, Inc. incorporated Florida's 7-point Plan into The Roadmap to Florida's Future, the 2003-2008 strategic economic development plan for Florida and submitted this plan to Governor Bush, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House; and WHEREAS, Florida's Legislature responded to The 7-point Plan's call for regional marketing initiatives in the RACECs by funding regionally-based target industry research, and identification, improvement and marketing of suitable regional sites that are attractive to industries of the future; and WHEREAS, [Government Designation] desires to work with other local governments on a regional basis for the purpose of improving access to economic and trending data, explore approaches for marketing business and industry opportunities, and promote opportunities that lead to new industry investment and new jobs creation and; A';Jenda Item NO.1 OC January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 6 WHEREAS, the intent of identification, improvement and marketing of regional sites is to facilitate the location of significant job creation opportunities, known as Catalyst Projects; and WHEREAS, formal documentation of [Government Designation]'s participation in this regional effort is needed to demonstrate to state and regional agencies that the [NW, NC, SC Designation] RACEC is working as a region for the purpose of achieving a shared economic development agenda including the evaluation of economic and target industry data and the selection ofthe best possible target industries for the Catalyst Project, and as a region, wishes to benefit from agency partnerships and resources that could improve a regional site for such Project; and WHEREAS, The Rural Economic Development Initiative (RED!) was created to encourage and align critical state agency participation and investment around important rural issues and opportunities as described in Section 288.0656, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, as coordinated by The Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development (OTTED), REDI agencies are participating in the Catalyst Project by sharing analytical tools, eliminating waste and duplication in review of proposed catalytic sites, and anticipating potential infrastructure gaps in the catalytic sites selected; and WHEREAS, the [Government Designation]'s RACEC's designation is contingent upon the execution of the OTTED Memorandum of Agreement by [Government Designation] (F.S. 288.0656 (7)); and WHEREAS, approval and adoption of this Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) is further required by OTTED and EFI in order for [name jurisdiction] to submit sites for consideration as a regional catalytic site, and join with other regional MOA participants and REDI agencies in identifying the best regional catalytic site. NOW THEREFORE, [Government Designation], through approval and adoption of this Memorandum of Agreement, agrees to use its best efforts in good faith to join with the other governing bodies within the [identify RACEC] having approved and adopted this MOA in the following activities and positions: I) Support of a regional approach to economic and target industry research, and participation in the evaluation of such research; 2) Sharing of the research process, meeting dates, progress reports, and research content among RACEC partners; 3) Participation in Catalyst Project meetings and discussions; 4) Mutual encouragement of RED! agency strategic involvement in the Catalyst Project; 5) Regional collaboration to make clear, shared decisions about the target industries of the future and the best possible impact or long-term economic ripple-effect of such industries; 6) Provision of one or multiple sites for Catalyst Project consideration; - 2 - Agenda Item NO.1 OC January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 6 7) Participation in a final evaluation and selection (Strengths, Weaknesses; Opportunities and Threats Analysis) of the best Catalyst project site; 8) Direct participation in Catalytic Site based marketing communications; and 9) Regional collaboration on the creation of a framework and methodology for sharing the benefits of a Catalytic Industry or Industries locating in a target site. Participation in this MOA is a condition for RACEC partners participation in items 6 through 9. Nothing in this MOA or in the Catalyst Project as a whole shall be construed to limit a chamber of commerce, unit of local government, public-private partnership, not-for-profit corporation, economic development organization, or general community access to and utilization of target industry and marketing data and products. This MOA may be terminated by any party for any reason upon written notice to the other parties. Governor's Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development By: Enterprise Florida, Inc. Name: By: Title: Date: Name: Title: Rural Area of Critical Economic Concern Partner Date: By: Name: Title: Date: Organization: - 3 - Agenda Item NO.1 OC January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the Memorandum of Agreement to participate in the Catalyst Project for Economic Development - Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Concern (RACECs). OBJECTIVE: Approval of the Memorandum of Agreement to participate in the Catalyst Project for Economic Development - Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Concern (RACECs). CONSIDERATIONS: Among Enterprise Florida, Inc.'s (EFI) eight priorities to support economic diversification, The Roadmap to Florida's Future: 2004-09 Strategic Plan for Economic Development calls for implementation of an economic stimulus strategy for three Rural Areas of Critical Economic Concern (RACECs). Areas ofImmokalee, as well as the municipalities of South Bay, Belle Glade and Pahokee, and the Counties of Hardee, DeSoto, Highlands, Okeechobee, Glades, and Hendry, have been designated as the South Central RACEC. Since their designation by Governor Jeb Bush, the RACECs (South Central, North Central and Northwest Florida) have identified a significant number of overlapping agendas, including broadband, infrastructure and education, and produced a 7-point plan to support improvement in overall competitiveness. This plan included the need to conduct industry research, build regional teamwork around a catalytic economic opportunity, and go-to-market with a regional site. Because ofthe emerging regional voice in each RACEC and their interest in finding resources norn1ally utilized in dense urban markets, the Florida Legislature has provided funding to help these rural markets perfonn economic research, site selection, and marketing. The Regional Partner Organization for the Catalyst Project and other South Central RACEC activities is Florida's Heartland Rural Economic Development Initiative (FHREDI). The Catalyst Project is designed to gather economic intelligence and perspectives for each RACEC in order to target the industries of the future, find a regional catalytic site, improve the site to meet industry or target company needs. and go-to-market with the site as a credible economic asset. Ultimate outcomes should include value jobs, capital investment, and an economic ripple or cluster effect through as much of the RACEC market as possible. Making the best possible choices at each step will be up to the R..<\CEC team and their ability to encourage engaged regional pal1icipation throughout the process. Milestones include: 4 RACEC Sessions (2006-07); target industry research; local govemments' approval of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA); reaching agreement on target industries and a company short list; submission of industry-appropriate sites; short-listing of sites; Strengths/Weaknesses/Opportunities/Threats (SWOT) analysis of site finalists; selection of the catalyst site; gap analyses and state agency participation in gap-filling; and go-to-market. Through approval and adoption of this Memorandum of Agreement, Collier County agrees to use its best efforts in good faith to join with the other governing bodies within the South Central RACEC having approved and adopted this MOA in the following activities and positions: I) SuppOli of a regional approach to economic and target industry research, and participation in the evaluation of such research; Page 1 of2 Catalyst Project for Economic Development - Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Concern (RACECs) Agenda Item NO.1 OC January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 6 2) Sharing of the research process, meeting dates, progress reports, and research content among RACEC partners; 3) Participation in Catalyst Project meetings and discussions; 4) Mutual encouragement of REDI agency strategic involvement in the Catalyst Project; 5) Regional collaboration to make clear, shared decisions about the target industries of the future and the best possible impact or long-ternl economic ripple-effect of such industries; 6) Provision of one or multiple sites for Catalyst Project consideration; 7) Participation in a final evaluation and selection (Strengths, Weaknesses; Opportunities and Threats Analysis) of the best Catalyst project site; 8) Direct participation in Catalytic Site based marketing communications; and 9) Regional collaboration on the creation of a framework and methodology for sharing the benefits of a Catalytic Industry or Industries locating in a target site. Participation in this MOA is a condition for RACEC partners participation in items 6 through 9. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact in approving the Catalyst Project for Economic Development - Memorandum of Agreement. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: This application is consistent with the Economic Element of the Growth Management Plan, specifically Objective 1.3 that states: "Collier County will support programs which are designed to promote and encourage the recruitment of new industry as well as the expansion and retention of existing industries in order to diversify the County's economic base." LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: This Memorandum of Agreement is non-binding and allows a county or municipality to opt-out at any time. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve the Memorandum of Agreement and SuppOli - Catalyst Project for Economic Development - Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Concern (RACECs). Prepared by: Susi Winchell, Diversification Manager, Economic Development Council of Collier County Page 2 of2 Catalyst Project for Economic Developrnent- Florida's Rural Areas of Critical Concern (RACECs) Agenda Item No.1 OD January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 9 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07-4077, "Asphalt and Related Items" to Better Roads, Bonness, Quality Enterprises and FT A Holdings, LLC. For an estimated annual expenditure of $2,650,000.00 OBJECTIVE: To award an annual contract to furnish and deliver materials for the asphalt and related items on Collier County roadways. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Purchasing Department posted Bid #07-4077, "Asphalt and Related Items" on October 6, 2006. Invitations to bid were sent to 217 vendors and six (6) responses were received by the bid opening date of November 2,2006. This contract is to perform routine maintenance, generally in the form of asphalt overlays, scheduled with an annual list of surveyed roads. Staff recommends that this bid be awarded to Better Roads, Inc. as Primary, Bonness as Secondary and Quality Enterprises as Tertiary, and FT A Holdings LLC as Quaternary vendors. If the Primary cannot provide the service/product within the required timeframe, the Secondary vendor, etc. will be utilized. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $2,650,000.00 are budgeted within the MSTD General Fund 111 Road Maintenance budget. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners award Bid #07-4077, "Asphalt and Related Items" to Better Roads, Inc., Bonness, Quality Ente11)fises and FT A Holdings, LLC. Prepared by: Mark Rothenberger, Road and Bridge, Transportation Division Attachment: Bid Tab -1- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No 100 January Page COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10D Recommendation to approve award of Bid #07 ~4077 Asphalt and Related Items 10 Better Roads. Banness, Quality Enterprises and FTA Hoidlngs, LLC. Fo~ an estimated annual expenditure of $2,6500DO 00. a~orman Feder, AdminIstrator, Transportation Services) 119/200780000 AM Date Prepared By Mark Rothenberger Transportation Services Engineer Inspector Stormwater Management 12/13/20064:05:37 PM Date Approved By Brenda BrilhiH1 Administrative Services Purchasing Agent Purchasing 12/13/20064:25 PM Date A,'proved By John Vliet Transportation Services Roads. Maintenance Superintendant Road Maintenance 12114/20067:41 AM Dnte Approved By Mike Hauer Administrative Services Acquisition Manager Purchasing 12114/20067:48 AM Dille Approved By Steve Carnell Administrative Services Purchasing/General Svcs Director Purchasing 121141200610:35 AM Date Approved By Rookmin N,JUth Transportation Services Management/Budget P.nalysl TransportatIon Engme(:'ring and Construction 12/14/20062:49 PM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AIGP Tn-lllsportation Services Transportatton DivisIOn AdminrstrZitor Tr~msportation Services Adml;,"L 12/15/2006 1" :21 P,M Date Approved By Snaron Newman Transportation Services Accounllng Super....isor Transportatlon Services. Admin 12120/20065:21 PM Date Approved By Pat Lohnhard Transportation Ser""i;::cs EX€Clltlve Secretary Transpor7.)tilJn Sen1ices Admin 12/21/2006 9:49 (~M [)ate Approved R)' OMS Coordinator Count,1 Mar.ager's Office Adrninlstrati'./e Assistant Office or [..I: anagement & Bl.:dgel ;2121/20063:12 PM Date Approved By Michael Smykowski County Manager's Office rJ',anagetrl€.'nt &. Budget Director Office of Management 8, Budget 11212007 10:25 AM Datt~ Approved By James V. Mudd Boarct of Count~' Comm15Sfoners County Manager Count).' Mzn~ge~'s. Office 112/200712: 16 PM 01'-0'> 00-.- "..00 .N(") o . Z 0'> Q) r-Cg' Croo.. 2:]::; -C ro ro -0' C Q) en <( '"" -:; r-~~~ o ;,;.. 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OBJECTIVE: For the Board of County Commissioners to provide direction to staff regarding an alternative road impact fee calculation for dry storage units at the Calusa Island Yacht Club and Marina, which was submitted in 1995 and approved by staff; and to provide direction to staff regarding an individual calculation of impact fees, which was done in 1993 for wet slips at the same facility. The two calculations were applied to numerous building pennits over an eight- year period although neither calculation was submitted to the Board for approval pursuant to the then effective road impact fee ordinance, Ordinance No. 92-22, or later Board direction. CONSIDERATION: Impact fees are normally assessed on new developments based on the adopted fee schedule in effect at the time of building permit application. However, the county's impact fee regulations provide for submittal of an alternative calculation study by the applicant if he/she believes the nature, timing or location of the proposed development makes it likely to generate infrastructure impacts costing less than the amount generated by application of the adopted fee schedule. On June 27, 1995, BmT, Dunlop & Associates, Inc., consulting engineers and planners (the Consultant), submitted an alternative road impact fee analysis (Attachment 1) on behalf of Goodland Marina, now known as Calusa Island Yacht Club and Marina. Using vehicle trip characteristic data collected from three similar sites in Collier County, the consultant calculated a rate of $61.28 per belih to be used in place of the then adopted rate of $457 per berth for the facility's dry storage units. The independent calculation resulted in a rate reduction of 86.6 percent ($457.00 - $61.28 = $395.72 and 395.72 -;. 457.00 = .866). The Consultant provided a summary and it appears they properly conducted the data collection and analysis in accordance with Ordinance No. 92-22, Section 2.03, and statf approved the recommended rate on November 20, 1995. However, staff did not seek Board approval of the study and alternative rate as required by the ordinance and cUlTently does not have the new data related to the study. Timeline of events pertaining to 1995 alternative fee calculation for dry storage units: November 20, 1995 $61.28 per unit alternative rate study approved by staff for 240 dry storage units. Study conducted by Barr, Dunlop & Associates, Inc. using data collected at Naples Marina, Cedar Bay Mmina, and Wiggins Pass Marina. February 29, 1996 Building permit #96-2114 issued by County for Dry Storage Building #1. Impact fees paid for 60 slips at $61.28 per slip. Agenda item NO.1 OE January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 14 September 10. 1997 Building permit #97-81258 was issued by the County for Dry Storage Building #2. Impact fees paid for 60 slips at $61.28 per slip. March 20, 2000 Building pern1it #000160 issued by City of Marco Island for Dry Storage Building #4. Due to confusion over definition of the term "berth," staff incorrectly determines dry storage units to be exempt-building later constructed however impact fees for 76 slips not assessed or paid. April 6. 2001 Building permit #010389 issued by City of Marco Island for Dry Storage Building #3. Due to confusion over definition of the tenn "berth," staff incorrectly determines dry storage units to be exempt-building later constructed however impact fees for 76 slips not assessed or paid. November 2006 Call received from City of Marco Island to review impact fee calculation for building permit #066017 for new Dry Storage Buildings - 152 units. Total road impact fees at today's rate: $544,160.00 As indicated in the above timeline, the county issued building pennits on February 29, 1996 and September 10, 1997 for a total of 120 dry storage units utilizing the above alternative rate. Today, there are 148 to 152 dry storage units at the facility that were constructed subsequent to submittal of the above study for which county staff can find no record of road impact fee payment before or after issuance of above permits # 000160 and 0 I 0389 [applicant has acknowledged a minimum of $9.069.44 (148 x $61.28 = $9,069.44) is due for the existing dry storage units]. In addition to after-the-fact approval for the existing dry storage units, the applicant seeks Board approval of an updated calculation for 152 proposed new units under a building pern1it application cun-ently under review by the City of Marco Island. For the pennit cUITently under review, staff has taken the above 1995 calculation and updated the figures to reflect the latest available capital project costs, which were taken from the most recent road impact fee update study adopted by the Board on April 25, 2006 (Attachment 2). The resulting rate is $44 I per berth. For 152 proposed new units, the amount due, if approved, would be $67,032 as opposed to $544,160 at the current rate of $3,580 per berth. This represents an 87.7 percent reduction ($3,580.00 - $441.00 = $3,139.00 and 3,139.00 + 3,580.00 = .877). Updating the independent calculation to incorporate the most recent available cost data results in an increase of 619.6 percent between the rate from the original 1995 study and the rate now being requested ($441.00 - $61.28 = $379.72 and 379.72 + 61.28 = 6.196). On August 3, 1993, staff approved an "Individual Calculation of Impact Fees" pursuant to Ordinance No. 92-22, Section 3.1 0 for wet slips at the subject marina. The result was a $72.00 per unit reduction ($457.00 - $385.00 = $72.00). At the time. Board approval for this less in- depth analysis was not required, however, in 1998, the Board directed staff to submit future such analyses for Bce approval rather than approve them at the staff level. Timeline of events pertaining to 1993 individual calculation for wet slips: August 3. 1993 $385 per berth individual calculation approved by staff for \vet slips. Agenda Item NO.1 OE January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 14 October 25. 1993 Building permit #93-13195 issued by County for 4 floating docks (40 wet slips). Impact fees not assessed or paid. $15,400 in road impact fees not collected as of date of submittal of this executive summary. 1998 Board directs staff to submit all future individual calculations for Board approval though not specifically required by impact fee regulations. September 28. 1999 Building permit #99-3699 issued by City of Marco Island for floating docks. Impact fees not assessed or paid. $16,452 in road impact fees not collected as of date of submittal of this executive summary. As indicated in the above timeline, on September 28, 1999, the City of Marco Island issued a building permit for 18 floating docks containing a total of 36 wet slips and assessed road impact fees based on the above reduced rate, however, due to a miscommunication between the city and the county, staff did not seek prior Board approval to utilize the lower rate. The applicant will have remitted $16,452 for road impact fees for the 36 wet slips at the then effective rate of $457 per berth as a prerequisite to this agenda item being presented to the BCC ($457.00 x 36 = $16,452). At the reduced rate, the adjusted amount owed would be $13,860 ($385.00 x 36 = $13,860.00). The applicant is requesting after-the-fact approval of the reduced rate and a subsequent refund of $2,592 to reflect the difference ($16,452.00 - $13,860.00 = $2,592.00). LEGAL CONSIDERATION: The County Attol11ey's Office has reviewed this item and has found it to be legally sufficient. To be legally defensible, the dollar amount assessed must represent no more than a proportional share of the cost of the public facilities needed to accommodate the new development. 1 ,2 In order to achieve this standard and avoid overcharging, experts in the field recommend that jurisdictions base estimates of facility usage (i.e., for transportation facilities: trip generation rates, average trip lengths and percentage of new trips) on the most current and locally sensitive data available.3 A dual rational nexus test has evolved from Florida case law whereby jUlisdictions are required to ensure that (1) impact fees are calculated to reflect no more than the cost of infrastructure necessitated by new development, and (2) impact fees collected are expended so as to directly benefit the development for which the fees are paid. The fee based on the above study represents a more current, locally sensitive and accurate estimate of this marina's impact on the County's road network than does the fee based on the parameters set forth in the CUlTent road impact fee schedule for the Malina category. FISCAL IMPACT: The road impact fee will be deposited into the District No.4 Road Impact Fee Trust Account (Fund 336) prior to the issuance of a building pennit. If approved. the altel11ative fee calculation of$67,032 (152 berths x $441 = $67,032) would result in a minus I Contractors & Builders Association of Pine lias County v. City of Dunedin, 329 So.2d 314 (Fla. 1976), celio denied 444 U.S, 867 (1979) ~ Hollywood, Inc. v. Broward County, 431 So.2d 606 (Fla. 4th DCA 1983) :; Kolo, Jeny. and Todd J. Dicker. 1993. Practical Issues in Adopting Local Impact Fees. State and Local Government Review Vol. 25. No.3 (Fall): 197-206 Agenda Item ~~Q. 10E January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 14 FISCAL IMPACT (Continued): 87.7% adjustment from the CUlTent adopted Marina rate, a difference of $477,128 ($544,]60 - $67,032 = $477,128) to be assessed for the proposed new dry storage units. The dollar amount assessed would vary if the actual number of dry storage units, according to the final building plans, should change from ] 52, however, the proposed rate would remain the same at $44] per unit (berth). For 152 proposed new dry storage units, the adjustment would result in $477,128 less funding for capital improvements to the County's transportation facilities system. For the above referenced individual calculation for wet slips, Board approval of the adjustment would require a refund of $2,592 and result in a total reduction in funding of $479,720 ($477, ]28.00 + $2,592.00 = $479,720.00). Amounts Due Prior to Board Action: Wet Slips Permit # 93-13195 - 40 Slips at $385.00 per unit Pem1it # 99-3699 - 36 Slips at $457.00 per unit Eight (8) additional slips built before 1998 at $385.00 per unit Subtotal: Less 1996 overpayment for accessory facility Subtotal: EMS Impact Fees not previously paid for 84 existing slips Total: Comparison of Net Fiscal Impacts of Possible Board Direction: $15,400.00 $16,452.00 $ 3.080.00 $34,932.00 ($2,464.00) $32,468.00 5) 1.092.00 $33,560.00 1. Board approves everything: That is Board (a) provides after-the-fact approval of the 1993 and 1995 calculations for all previously issued pennits, and (b) provides approval of the 1995 calculation updated to reflect the latest available capital construction costs for the permit cUlTently under review by the City of Marco Island. Amount to be paid prior to Board action for wet slips (see above) Refund following Board approval for wet slips Amount due for 148 existing dry storage units following Board approval Amount due, at $441 per unit, for 152 proposed dry storage units Total Due: $ 33,560.00 ( 2,592.00) $ 9,069.44 5) 67.032.00 $107.069.44 2. Board provides partial approval: That is Board (a) provides after-the-fact approval of the 1993 and 1995 calculations for all previously issued pem1its, but (b) requires applicant to either provide the raw data from the original 1995 altemative road impact fee study for the pennit cUlTently under review by the City of Marco Island or submit entirely new study. Amount to be paid prior to Board action for wet slips (see above) Refund following Board approval for wet slips Amount due for 148 existing dry storage units following Board approval Amount due, lacking new study, for 152 proposed dry storage units Total Due: $ 33,560.00 ( 2,592.00) $ 9,069.44 $544.160.00 $584,197.44 3. Board approve nothing: That is Board (a) denies after-the-fact approval of the 1993 and 1995 calculations for previously issued permits, and (b) requires applicant to either provide the Agenda Item No.1 OE January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 14 raw data from the original 1995 alternative road impact fee study for the permit currently under review by the City of Marco Island or submit an entirely new study. Amount to be paid prior to Board action for wet slips (see above) Additional due for 48 wet slips from denial of 1993 calculation Amount due for 268 total dry storage units at $457 per unit Less amount previously collected for dry storage units Amount due, lacking new study, for 152 proposed dry storage units Total Due: $ 33,560.00 $ 3,456.00 $122,476.00 ($ 7,353.60) $544.160.00 $696,298.40 GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Road impact fees are an important funding source for transportation system capital improvements identified in the Capital Improvement Element of the Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners provide direction to staff regarding the applicant's request for after-the-fact approval of the use of the June 1995 alternative road impact fee calculation for 268 existing dry storage units at the rate of $61.28 per unit. That the Board of County Commissioners provide direction to staff regarding the updated alternative road impact fee calculation and resulting rate of $441 per dry storage unit for the proposed 152-unit addition to the Calusa Island Yacht Club and Marina. Also, that the Board provide direction to staff regarding the applicant's request for after-the-fact approval of an individual calculation for wet slips at the same facility at a rate of $385 per wet slip and a resulting refund of $2,592.00. The Board may wish to choose from the following options (see Fiscal Impact above): 1. Approve everything: That is (a) provide after-the-fact approval of the 1993 and 1995 calculations for all previously issued permits, and (b) provide approval of the] 995 calculation updated to retlect the latest available capital construction costs for the permit currently under review by the City of Marco Island; or 2. Provide partial approval: That is (a) provide after-the-fact approval of the 1993 and 1995 calculations for all previously issued pern1its, but (b) require the applicant to either provide the raw data from the original 1995 alternative road impact fee study for the pern1it currently under review by the City of Marco Island or submit an entirely new study; or 3. Approve nothing: That is (a) deny after-the-fact approval of the 1993 and 1995 calculations for previously issued pennits, and (b) require the applicant to either provide the raw data from the original 1995 alternative road impact fee study for the penl1it cUlTently under review by the City of Marco Island or submit an entirely new study. Prepared by: Phillip R. Tindall, Principal Planner - ConcUlTency, Transporiation Planning Department Attachments: (1) June 27, 1995 Alternative Impact Fee Analysis by Barr, Dunlop & Associates, Inc.; (2) November 17,2006 TranspOliation Impact Fee Worksheet - Update to June 1995 Ban, Dunlop & Associates, Inc. Study; (3) August 3, 1993 Individual Calculation Worksheet Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: A[Jenda i1em No.1 CJE January 9. 2007 Page 6 of 14 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10E Re:::ommendatlon to p;ovide direction to staff regarding an appl;cants request tor after "the~ fact approval of an alternative road Impact fee caiculatlon for' dry StOi3g€ units at the Calusa island Vacht Club an.:) Manna; and to provide directIOn to staff regar,jmg an appll::.ants request for after-the-fact approval of a prevIous individual calculation of road frTlPact tees for wet slips at tne same rn,mna (Norman Feder, ,':"dm1nistratof, Transportation Services) 1191200790000 AM Date Approved By PhW Tindall Transportation Services Principal Planner TransportZltion Planning 12/2212006 2:03 PM Date Approved By Donald L. Scott Transportation Services Transportation Planning Director Transportation Planning 12/22/20062:04 PM Date Appro,'ed By Amy Patterson Community Development & Environmental Services Impact Fee Manager Financial Admin. 8. Housing 12122/20062:08 PM Approved By Date Jeff Ktatzkow County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/22/2006 2: 19 PM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Tram;partation Services Accounting Supervis.or Transportation 5ervice~ Admin 12/22/20062:27 PM Date Approved By Norm E, Feder, AICP Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Tr.:lI1sportatlon Services Admin 12/27120069:05 AM Date Approved By P.lt Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive SeCrehH)' Transponation Services Admin 12/27/20069:23 AM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Man<lger's Office I\dministrative Assistant Offfce of Management 8. Budget 12f27/ZQ06 4:14 PM ~ate Approved By Susan Usher County r~ianager's Office SenIor M3nagemcntlBudget An.tlysl Office of ,~,'1anagement & BudgE!! 12!2812006 8:51 t\M Date Approved By Michael Smykowski County Manager's Offi~f) Managern8nt ~~ Budget Director Office of !\1ansgement & Budget 12/28:20069:12 AM Date Approved By .James V. Mudd Board of Count)' Commissioners County Manzger County Manager's Office 1/2/20075:02 PM MgClI-':O lL~ill t,~o,---n;-E---- January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 14 BARR.t DUNLDP & ASSOCIATES, INC. CONSULTING ENGINEERS AND PLANNERS 1208 HAYS STREET pOST OffiCE BOX >BB5 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA 3230l (90+) 224-4181 (904) 2Z1.0JOO fAX JOHN W. BARR. PE., PRESIDENT A. R. DUNLOP, JR.. P.E., SENiOR VICE PRESIDENT SUITE SA 1207 THIRD STREET. SOUTH NAPLES. FlORIDA H<XO (8l3) 262.B99 FAX (S131 262.7853 June 27, 1995 PLEASE REPLY TO: Naples Mr. Edward J. Kant. P. E. SeniClf Operations Engineer Collier County Transportation Services Division 330 I E. Tamiami Trail. Bldg. G Naples. Florida 33962 Dear Ed: Re: Transportation Impact Fees - Goodland Marina In response to your letter of June 13, 1995, we would like to pursue an independent calculation for lhi~ dry storage facility. We feel the ITE Trip Generation Rate of2.22 is too high, since it is for a wet slip facility which may have social and club activities, limited retail, and restaurants. The Goodl:md Marina is not proposed to have any of these activities. A wet slip facility generally has l:lrgC'r bo~ts than a dry storage facility. which means more trips per boat. We have interviewed the managers of three similar type marinas in the Naples and Marco Island vicinity. Related information and trip rates are contained in the attached report. The average trip rate is about OAO per slip. Using 0.40 as a fair average trip generation rate for dry boat storage, we compute the total impact fee to be $] 4.707 or $61.28 per slip. When YOll consider the reduction in impact fees for dry boat storage, you should consider the sever:ll hllndreds of boat trailers that are kept orrthe State and County roads. Most ofthe people ,,,1m lIse dry storage would probably trailer their boats if storage were not available. It seems like they "hollld be given a positive credit in impact fee calculations for this. They help relieve the CroWdL'd conditions at public boat ramps which are overloaded at times. We will :tppreciate your prompt review and concurrence based on the information provided. If there are any questions please call mc. Sincerely, Gerald L. Gronvold, P.E., P.L.S. GLG'ms cc: Kris Dane, P.E. Attachments LHi..BAN iKANSPORTATION .. REOIOt..JAL Pl..ANNiNG . TKANSIT . HiGHwi\Y LOCATION Ai.'fD DESIGr~ sm DEVEWPMENT . FEASIBILITY. IMPACT AND NEEDS STUDIES' PARKlNG . TRAffiC ENGINeERING J ,^'21iSf?":_ 11<:;11". tJ5. ~2[ _ January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 14 ANALYSIS OF THE TRAFFIC IMPACT OF DRY STORAGE MARINAS AND JUSTIFICATION OF AN ALTERNATE COLLIER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION (M:PACT FEE FOR GOODLAND MARINA .::: Prepared by Barr, Dunlop and Associates, Inc. 1207 Third Street South, Suite 5A Na pies, Florida 33940 June 27,1995 ,t>,genda Item NO.1 OE Januarv 9, 2007 Page 9 of 14 JUNE 27,1995 ANALYSIS OF THE TRAFFIC IMPACT OF DRY STORAGE MARINAS AND JUSTIFICATION OF AN ALTERNATE COLLIER COUNTY IMPACT FEE FOR GOODLAND MARINA: EXISTING MARINA DATA: Information was obtained from the managers of three marinas in the area which provide dr)' storage services. Naoles Marina 643-3666 Contact: Yadim Vega 475 North Rood 512 slips Occupancy: 62% Employees: 6 Dry Storage Mn:'( Day Customers: 50 @62% Max Day Customers: 81 @lOO% - 7 Service Dept. which is independent of dry storage, but uses same driveway. Calculated Trips: Employees 6 x 4 = 24 Customers & 1 x 2 == 162 Total Trips = 186 Trips/slip 186/512 = 0.36 Cedar Bay Marina 394-9333 Contact: Randy Ward 705 East Elkcam Circle 400 slips Occupancy: 40% Employees: 11 Max Day Customers: 32 @ 40% Occupancy Ma-x Day Customers: 80 @ 100% Occupancy Calculated Trips: Employees llx4 =44 Customers: 80 x 2 = 160 trips Total Trips = 204 trips Trips/slip == 204/400 "" 0.51 Wi~2ins Pass Marina 597-3549 Contact: Donna 13635 Vanderbilt Drive 400 slips Occupancy: 100% Employees: 20(3 Dry Storage) Ma..'\ Day Customers: 60 Calculated Trips: Employees Customers Totnl Trips 3 x 4 = 12 60 x 2 = 120 = 132 Trips/slip = 132/400 := 0.33 Agenda Item NO.1 OE January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 14 These data are summarized in the table below. No. Slips No. Emp. Max Cust. Trip/Slip Naples Marina 512 6 81 .36 Cedar Bay 400 11 80 .51 Wiggins Pass 400 3 60 .33 A vera~e .40 OTHER FACTORS TO CONSIDER: DIy boat storage helps keep many boats and trailers off state and county roads. The public boat ramp facilities would have to be much larger to accommodate the boats that are now in storage. It can be argued that developers of dry storage facilities should be exempted from paying impact fees, or get a credit on their impact fees. _ Data from the Lone Wolf Marina study: The applicant used data from Naples Power Boat marina, which is wet storage. It was found that the larger the boat, the less it is used. A summary of their data: Bqa t Size 23-28.5' 31-39' 40-49' So-53t Avera2e No. Trips/vear Percent Davs Used 64.6 18% 47.1 13% 28.3 8% 20.3 6% This indicates that the usage rate for most boats in dry storage is 20% or less. The larger boats have more vehicle trips per boat trip. There are limits to the number of transactions which a marina can handle in one day. For example, a dry storage facility with 400 boats; 80 people call and say they want to use their boats between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 AM. If it takes 10 minutes to launch a boat, this will require 800 minutes of launching. If there are 2 crews, this requires 400 minutes or 6 hours and 40 minutes for each crew. This scenario would require starting at about 2:00 A.M. in order to fiH about 40 wet slips by 6:00 A.M. I Agenda-ttem !~u. 1 0: January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 14 Refet'ence was made to the ITE Trip Generation data in Land use Code 420, Marina. For the eleven studies reported. the average size was 386 berths, the daily trips per berth ranged from 1.91 to 10.04, and the average rate was 2.96. The data pertained to "docks and berths for boats," with no indication that the number of dry storage spaces, if any, were counted among the b.erths. No data for dry storage generation are identified. It is notable that the measured trip rates per slip relate to total trips generated by all services offered at the marinas. Since there will be no retail, restaurants or other activities at the subject facilities, it will certainly generate at a lower rate. CONCLUSION Based on the above infonnation and analysis. it is clear that use of the ITE trip generation rate for wet slip marinas is not appropriate to estimate trip generation of a dry storage marina, and that the transaction records of existing dry storage facilities indicates a much lower trip generation rate. Considering that the rates of actual daily trips per occupied dry storage space probably are in the range of 0.33 to 0.51, it is our opinion that the assumption of an average rate of 0.40 daily trips per day storage space will produce estimates of daily trips in the peak season which are accurate. 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H tIl l-l Q) - ...c Q) ...... 0 >oJ <1l t::l Q.) {.;) z <l) II) >< l-I .,-.1 ~ ,....; Q) ...... ...... l'\I .w IV ('j CIl ...... Il) IV "'"' H ~ ,....., N C'"'i-::t '^ '"' t'-. > r-I NC'"'i -:t III ...., U .w S .w .u ..c l-l ~ :::r ~ ::l tIl C\l (l) UI a> llJ tIJ .u >: e c S >: E s 0 tJl (j) 0 w ('tl 0 ('j 0 ~ 0 ... w <: lXl (;) U :-< ....:l u, ......J t.:l ...... U ~ to..l C H H ~ H H > ~ H H H H ~ 0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. {OF January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 Recommendation to deny petition to convert fields at Veteran's Community Park to (2) lighted Little League, (1) lighted Girls Softball, and (1) lighted baseball field OBJECTIVE: To provide recreational opportunities for all citizens of Collier County. CONSIDERATIONS: On October 24, 2006 the Board of County Commissioners were petitioned to "take the necessary steps required to turn over Veteran's Community Park and dedicate it to youth sports" by converting existing fields at the park to: (2) Lighted Little League Fields (1) Lighted Girls Softball Field (1) Lighted Regulation Baseball Field Mr. David Calandra reported that there was ".. .only one little league field in the entire Collier County Park System." Currently Veteran's Community Park as many of the parks within the county's inventory exists as a multi purpose park. These community parks offer diverse programming available for children, families, adults, and seniors. CUlTently, the following organizations use the existing (3) lighted softball and (1) lighted baseball field(s): Current Leagues at Veteran's Community Park North Naples Little League Number of Participants Fall Numher of })articipants Spring 150 400 Naples Girls little league Softball 100 200 Co-Ed and Men's Softball Senior Men's Softball 900 100 1400 200 Collier County Parks and Recreation Athletics, l.e., recreational programming, after school programs and flag football teams 150 150 The field configuration is a standard park element that attempts to maximize use for the diversity of population found in Collier County. Of note is the multi purpose use of the softball fields. Softball fields can be converted to Little League fields by use of temporary fencing and grassing the infields. This conversion prevents the fields use for softball as these type fields are typically non-grassed. Resources currentlv available for Little Lea2"ue Plav /\genda Item No. ~ OF ..JanuEH~v g, 2007 ~ 2 of 4 Currently there exists (8) fields operated by Collier County Parks and Recreation Department that meet the specifications of Little League Baseball, Inc. and are used by boys. Three (3) of the eight (8) fields or 37.5% are currently used by the NOlih Naples Little League. In addition within the Collier County Parks and Recreation Department inventory, Girls Little League play is conducted on softball fields, whose specifications differ from Little League fields; however, there are (9) fields that are used for this purpose. Finally, boys 13-14 year old Little League is played on baseball fields and there are a total of four (4) fields in the Parks and Recreation Department inventory used for this purpose. Please see below for a graphical depiction of current Little League associations and the fields that are available to them: Little Leagues in Lucations Type Fields Collier County Golden Gate ./ Max A Hasse 2-Softball American (Boys) ./ Sabal Palm l-Softball Elementary ./ Corkscrew l-Baseball Middle School (13-14) Golden Gate Girls ./ Golden Gate l-Softba II Little League (Girls Park fast pitch) ./ Sabal Palm I-Softball Elementary ./ Max A Hasse 2-Softball Community Park Golden Gate ./ Golden Gate l-LittJe League National (Boys) Community I-Softball Park Gu If Coast Little ./ Eagle Lakes (13- 1-Baseball League (Boys and 14 year olds) Girls) ./ Gulf Coast 2-Little League Community Park lmmokalee Little ,/ lmmokalee 1-Baseball League (Boys) Community Park ./ Ton)' Rosbough 2-Little League Park North Naples Little ./ Osceola 2-Little League League (Boys) Elementary School ./ Starcher-PettilY 1-Little League Field ./ V eteriln' s (13-14 1-Baseball veal' aIds) Naples Girls Little ./ Veteran' 5 1-Softball League (Fast pitch) ./ Cambier Park 1-Little League* *City of Naples 200 Number of participants Fall/Spring 260/350 350 250 250 I50/400 100/200 Implications of conversion p,genda Item No.1 OF January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 4 Potential impacts from reconfiguring these two softball fields to Little League play is three fold: 1. Tournament play that is being pursued with the softball field complex located at North Collier Regional Park. Major Softball tournaments and Girls Little League tournaments that the Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting with the Tourist Development Council would be limited as many of the major tournaments require a total of (8) softball fields. In addition, senior softball would be dislocated through conversion of these two softball fields to Little League. 2. North Naples Little League currently has access to three (3) of the (8) existing Little League fields managed by the Parks and Recreation Depariment, adding these additional two fields through this conversion would give them a total of (5) Little League fields in addition to (1) baseball field associated with Little League play, 3. North Naples Little League has sought in their petition to develop community parks with the sole purpose of serving youth populations. None of the remaining (6) Little League associations have this exclusive an'angement with existing community parks. By providing community parks availability for a sole population and sport this limits the activities that can be enjoyed by multigenerational users. Recommended course of action Staff presented this recommendation to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board on November 14, 2006. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board made a recommendation by a vote of 6-0 to not reconfigure the fields in the manner requested by the North Naples Little League. In addition, The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board recommended that staff continue to work with NOIih Naples Little League to address the issues identified. FISCAL IMPACT: Denying the petition to conveIi the fields will result in an avoided cost to the County of $58,200. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Veteran's Community Park IS inventoried 111 the Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners direct staff to develop with North Naples Little League an action plan to address concerns presented by the league, but to not conveIi existing multi purpose fields into singular Little League play at Veteran's Community Park. Prepared by: BaIry Williams, Parks and Recreation Director p,genda Item NO.1 OF January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 10F Item Summary: Tnis item 10 be heard at 400 pm Ths item was continued from the Novernoer 28,2006 Bee t-Jleetmg, Recommendation to deny petition to conve~1 fields at Veterans Community FarK 10 (2) lighted Little League, (1) !igmed GI,I~, Softball and (1) li~t'lted baseball field, (Barry Vliilllams, Direcwr, oa,~kS and Recreation) Meeting Date: 1/8/2007900'JO'\M Approved By Barry Williams Director Date Public Services Parks and Recreation 1111612006 11 :14 AM Approved By Marla Ram~ey Public Services Administrator Date Public Services Public Services Admin 11116/20064:59 PM Approved By OMS Coordinator Admini5trative Assistant Date County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 11/20/20068:13 AM Approved By Sherry Pryor Management & Budget Analyst Date County Manager's Office Office of Management &. Budget 11121/20066:51 AM Approved By James V, Mudd County Manager DZlte BO<:lrd of County Commissioners County Mar13ger's Office 11.'21/20069:28 AM Aqenda Item NO.1 08 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 ",- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the purchase of Group Insurance excess coverage and vendor services for calendar year 2007 OBJECTIVE: To receive approval from the Board of County Commissioners ("Board") to purchase the group insurance coverage and vendor services necessary to manage the group insurance program. CONSIDERATIONS: The Board of County Commissioners, through its Risk Management Department, administers a partially self-funded Group Health Insurance Program (the Plan) for its employees and their eligible dependents. The Board also offers Dental Insurance through CIGNA Dental; a discounted Vision Program through Vision Service Plan; a Group Life and Accidental Death Insurance plan through SunLife; a Short-Term Disability Insurance plan administered through SunLife; and a Long-Term Disability insurance plan through SunLife. In September 2006 the Board approved the award of RFP#06-3983 to Corporate Benefit Services of America as its claims administration company and the contract for services will commence on January 1, 2007. In addition to claims administration services, the Plan requires the services of a Utilization Review and Case Management company and a Physician Hospital managed care network. These services are currently provided under an existing contract with Community Health Partners. ,- Excess health insurance coverage is purchased to protect the health plan against adverse loss experience. Two types of excess coverage are available. Aggregate excess insurance provides coverage to the Plan if total losses exceed an aggregate deductible. Specific excess insurance protects the plan if a covered member incurs claims in excess of a specific deductible. Currently, the County purchases aggregate excess insurance through the Boston Mutual CapCost program. Willis, the County's benefits brokerage and actuarial firm marketed the excess health insurance program and received seventeen coverage proposals. After reviewing the proposals it became apparent that the Boston Mutual aggregate only program is no longer competitive due to the actuary's belief that the deductible is too high. Thus, even if the plan experiences a significant deterioration in loss in 2007, there is very little likelihood that the deductible will ever be met. Based upon a combination of premium cost and the expected cost of on-going large losses (could be approximately six), the actuary recommends the purchase of specific excess insurance with a deductible of $175,000 per claimant. For example, if the Plan experiences only two average large losses in 2007, the actuary projects a net savings to the plan of $264,789. The current projection of three to six large claims supports the recommendation to purchase specific excess insurance. ................ After reviewing the specific excess proposals, staff recommends the Greenwood Option #1 with a $175,000 specific retention because it offers a combination of competitive price and coverage terms. Greenwood has the lowest cost; has agreed to assume the existing large cases with no coverage limitations; and carries a Best's "A" rating. Based upon current enrollment, the expected annual cost is $806,376. A complete summary sheet of all proposals is attached. Executive Summary (continued....) Group Insurance Excess and Vendor Renewals PaQe 2 Agenda Item NO.1 OG January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 6 Finally, staff sought renewal proposals for the remaining components of the benefit program. The following recommended vendors and carriers are summarized below: ,. Dental Insurance - CIGNA Dental Plan requested no rate increase for 2007. ,. Discounted Vision Plan - Staff reviewed alternative Discounted Vision plans and recommends the Comp benefits plan due to its lower cost; comparable network; and four- year rate guarantee. The premium for this program will decrease by 25.13%. ,. Long-Term Disability Insurance - SunLife requested no rate increase for 2007. ,. Short-Term Disability Administration - SunLife requested no rate increase for 2007. ,. Group Life and Accidental Death Insurance - SunLife requested no rate increase for 2007. A summary of recommended vendors, carriers and associated cost is included as part of this agenda item. FISCAL IMPACT: Total estimated annual fixed program cost is expected to be $4,137,435; an increase of 4.65% above the 2006 cost of $3,953,685. This difference is primarily due to the change in health excess insurance program types; higher enrollment count (2,175 employees in CY 2007 vs. 2,134 in CY 2006); and higher ratable payroll. Funds are budgeted within Fund 517, Group Health and Life for this purchase. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Board approves the purchase of the above- mentioned insurance coverage and services as outlined in this Executive Summary and the attached summary sheet and authorizes the Risk Management Director to execute any applications and/or other administrative documents necessary to commence coverage. PREPARED BY: Jeffrey A. Walker, CPCU, ARM, Director, Risk Management Item Number: Jlem Summary: Meeting Date: "".gen,ja Item I~". 1DG January 2007 Paqe of6 COLLIER COUNTY SOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10C3 To receive approval to purchase the group Ins~)ran~:e coverage- and vendor services "tecessary to manage the group Insurance progra.m ($4,137."35) (Len Price. Admilllstrator, hdml'1!strative Servicr:)s) '/912007900 00 .~M Approved By Jeffrey A. Walker, CPCU, ARM Administrative Services Risk Management Director Date Risk Management 12122/2006 11 :09 AM Date Approved By Skip Camp, C.FM. Administrative Services Facilities Management Director Facilities Man<1gement 12/22120062:07 PM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Ofrjce Administrative Ass.istant Office of Management & Budget 12/22120063:19 PM Date App roved By Laura Davisson County Manager's Office Management & Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12127120064:36 PM Date Approved By James V. Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager County Manager's Office 12128120061:14 PM ,1\,;Jenda item NO.1 OG January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 6 Vendorl Carrier PolicylService Type Rate Type 2007 Rates 2007 Cost 2006 Rates 2006 Cost % Rate Rate -. (Monthly) Annual (Monthly) Annual Increasel Guarantee Decrease Terms Enrolled Employees 2,175 2.134 CBSA, Inc. Group Health Claims Claims Administration Fee 511.25 $293,625.00 $12.60 $322,660.80 -10.71% 1/1/07 Admin through COBRA Administration Fee $1.05 $27.405.00 $1.05 $26,888.40 0.00% 12/31/2009 PPO Access Fee- $1.00 $26,100.00 $1.00 $25,608.00 0.00% Southcare Out of County Network HIPAA Administration Fee $0.35 59,135.00 50.35 $8,962.80 0.00% Flexible Spending $3.50 591,350.00 $3.50 $89.628.00 0.00% Administration Fee Est. Annual Cost $447,615.00 $473,748.00 Community PPO Network; PPO Access Fee $1.50 $39,150.00 $1.50 $38,412.00 0.00% 1/1/2007 Health Partners Utilization Review; through Large Case 12131/2007 Management '. UR and Case Mgmt. Fee $3.39 $88.47900 53.39 $86,811.12 0.00% Est. Annual Cost $127,629.00 $125,223.12 Compbenefits Vision Discount Cost per Employee per $140 $36,540.00 $1.87 $48,807.00 -25.13% 1/1/2007 Vision Program Month through Est. Annual Cost $36,540.00 $48,807.00 12/31/2010 Greenwood Excess Health Cost per Employee per $30.90 $806.49000 $27.09 $707,049.00 14.06% 1/1/2006 Option 1 Coverage Month through Est. Annual Cost $806,490.00 $707,049.00 12/31/2006 CIGNA Dental Dental Insurance Single Rate- Basic Plan S1880 S43,315.20 S1880 S25,041.60 0.00% 1/1/2007 S+1 Rate- Basic Plan $39.09 $40.340.88 $39.09 $34,711.92 0.00% through Family Rate- Basic Plan $60.99 $69.52860 $60.99 $71,724.24 0.00% 12/31/2007 Single Rate- Select Plan $36.30 5281.397.60 $36.30 $224,769.60 0.00% S+1 Rate- BasIc Plan $7642 $480,528.96 57642 $432,842.88 0.00% Family Rate- Select Plan 511974 5715,566.24 511974 5781.662.72 0.00% Est. Annual Cost $1,630,677 .48 $1,570,752.96 SunLife Group Life and Ratable Payroll 5190701,998 $178.445,998 6.87% 1/1/07 AD&D Program through Group Life (rate per 1000) $0285 S652,200.83 50285 $610.285.31 0.00% 12/31/2007 Group AD&D (rate per $0025 $5721060 50.025 $53.53380 0.00% 1000) Est. Annual Cost $709,411.43 $663,819.11 SunLife Short Term Administration Fee $220 $57.42000 $2.20 S56,337.60 0.00% 1/1/2007 Disability through Administration 12/31/2007 Est. Annual Cost $57,420.00 $56,337.60 SunLife Long Term Disability Ratable Payroll $51.464.443 $ 49,271,812 1/1/2007 Ins through Rate $0.25 $321,652.77 $0.25 $307.94882 0.00% 12/31/2007 Est. 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N ~;~gg~ ~~~~g~ o - WN 15~~5;r2"': z~~~2~ 5~~*~~ ~~~~~~ ~~;aH ~~~~i: ~~~;;;~2 , o 0.. ~;m~~~ " '" "8- ~;b1gg~ ~8~~.5:~ o o o ~~~~5~ lXl;JO"",...o ~:!:~~~S; ..] !:igg:: 8~~~~~ o m -' ;0 ~ ~ ~ o . 0 o ~-' "''''0 ~ 0 v.i n::if.iE! .. 0 . fu ~Jj o.~~ Agenda Item NO.1 OG January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 6 Collier County Governent Board of County Commissioners 2007 Stop Loss Marketing Markets Solicited Renewal Beacon Risk ING Symetra AMF Risk Mgmt HCC Life Sun Life NBR Not Rec'd Declined; Not Competitive Not Rec'd Declined; Not Competitive Received Proposal Received Proposal Received Proposal Received Proposal Aqenda Item NO.1 OH - January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 70 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the County Manager or his designee to create an additional thirteen (13) permanent Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions within the Community Development and Environmental Services Division to address critical immediate land use approval, permitting, and inspection needs, and to give approval for any subsequent Budget Amendments required to fund such positions. OBJECTIVE: To add an additional thirteen (13) permanent Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions within the Community Development and Environmental Services Division (CDES), during this fiscal year (FY07), in order to allow for compliance with Florida Statutes and applicable Building Code and Land Development Code regulations relating to land use, permitting and inspections standards. Twelve (12) of these additional staff members, located in totally fee revenue supported Fund 113 Building Review and Pel1l1itting (2 FTEs) and Fund 131 Development Services (10 FTEs), will allow CDES to better meet its obligations for timely and technically competent plan review, inspection, and related management services. In addition, this request includes one (1) permanent FTE position within CDES to manage the engineering and environmental programs associated with the BCC approved and funded watershed management plan program for Collier County, recently approved as part of the county's Evaluation and Appraisal Report GrO\vth Management Plan amendments. ,.,..-.... CONSIDERATION: For the reminder of FY 07 the twelve (12) requested FTEs within the totally fee supported Fund 113 and Fund 131 sections would be supported by existing CDES reserves. As part of the FY 08 budget preparation process, CDES expenses, fees, and reserves will be reviewed in a process involving the Development Services Advisory Committee's (DSAC) full advisement. An initial request of ten (10) additional expanded FTEs was first approved for budget consideration by the County Manager in May of 2006. In June of 2006 those FTEs were endorsed by the Development Services Advisory Committee (DSAC) as part of their FY07 budget consideration. These FTEs were discussed in detail at the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) budget workshop in June 2006, at the Budget Hearings in September of 2006, and at the Permitting Workshop held in October of 2006. An additional 3 FTEs have been added to the original request to implement Board direction given at the December 5, 2006 PUD IOU Workshop, and to better meet customer inquiry needs. The requested FTEs include: .,.......... 1. Zoning Department - 1 Administrative Secretal"y (Fund 131). To provide administrative support to Zoning Department staff; such as scanning documents for Principal Planners, processing corTespondence, reporis, and mailings. This administrative support will allow senior planners and principal planners more time to focus on their core missions of customer service and the efficient processing of land use applications, and thus improve CDES's ability to meet client needs in a timely manner. Currently, senior Agenda Item r.Jo.i OH Januarv 9. 2007 Page 2 of 70 and principal planners are spending 15% to 20% of their time performing mmor administrative tasks that should be performed by a lower graded suppori staff. 2. Environmental Plan Review - 1 Environmental Specialist (Fund 131). This position will perform reviews of environmental permits, land use petitions, and site development plans. The Environmental Services Department is attempting to implement the recommendations from the Environmental Services Process Improvement Study, Final Report of March 31, 2006, which was developed by Kim Grant from the County Manager's Office. The study concluded, on the basis of detailed staff time-tracking data collected over an extended period, the Environmental Review section's workload exceeded staff capacity by 25%. Compliance with on-time plan review standards was achieved in 2006 by way of large amounts of overtime, which the study deemed as unsustainable due to increasing staff turnover. This FTE request is for the specialist FTE that the study recommended would be required to sustain on-time plan reviews by reducing overiime and staff turnover. 3. Environmental Plan Review - 1 Environmental Tech (Fund 131). This position is needed to provide a variety of administrative and technical support functions to the Environmental Review Section in order for the current senior plan review staff to focus on reviews and other technical matters. The Environmental Services Department is attempting to implement the recommendations from the Environmental Services Process Improvement Study, Final Report of March 31, 2006, which was developed by Kim Grant from the County Manager's Office. The study concluded that on-time plan reviews reached by the Environmental Review section in 2006 were not sustainable, being based on excessive over-time. This FTE request is also specifically part of the study recommendations to improve customer service and sustain on-time plan reviews. 4. Engineering Department - 1 Field Engineering Inspector (Fund 131). Field Engineering Inspector position needed in order to provide quality inspections on infrastructure construction required as part of the county's site plan and related infrastructure final inspection and acceptance process. This position will divide the inspection workload of one existing engineering inspector who is overseeing 135 active SDP construction projects. Because of this large number of active on-going SDP projects, CDES is cunently only able to inspect projects based on a complaint driven basis instead of ongoing monitoring inspections. This staffing constraint is leading to increasing after- the-fact inspections. Increasing inspector staff will allow for the return to the Engineering Depariment's commitment to conduct on-going project monitoring, which will improve public safety in such areas as erosion control issues, environmental concerns, and drainage issues. 5. Engineering Department - 1 Field Engineering Inspector (Fund 131). Additional Field Engineering Inspector positions needed in order to provide quality inspections on infrastructure construction required as pari of the county's site plan and related infrastructure final inspection and acceptance process. This position will divide the inspection workload of one existing engineering inspector \vho is overseeing 150 active subdivision construction projects. Because of this large number of active on-going subdivision construction projects, CDES is currently only able to inspect projects based on a complaint driven basis instead of ongoing monitoring inspections. This staffing constraint is leading to increasing after-the- fact inspections. Increasing inspector staff will allow for the retUl11 to the Engineering Department's cotnmitment to conduct on- Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 70 going project monitoring, which will improve public safety in such areas as eroSIOn control issues, environmental concerns, and drainage issues. 6. CDES Administration - 1 Management and Budget Analyst (Fund 131). This position is required to provide centralized financial management along with budget and productivity reporting for all CDES functions. This is part ofCDES's continuing efforts to consolidate financial and reporting functions based on successful similar efforts engaged by the Transportation Division. This position will both improve CDES financial management and allow Departmental staff to better focus on their core mission review and permitting functions. 7. CDES Administration - 1 Planning Tech (Fund 131). This position is required to effectively manage the increasing complexity and scope of neighborhood inforn1ation meetings (NIM) and pre-application meetings for all land use and GMP petitions. Currently one FTE is responsible for all planning, preparation, and conducting all NIMs, along with a variety of associated meetings. In January of 2007 there are 20 evening meetings scheduled over the 22 business days, and existing staff has averaged over 40 hours of overtime per month for an extended period. The planning technician position will be invaluable in providing administrative functions to allow more senior staff to focus on client and public infonnation liaison duties relative to the neighborhood information requirements; which include attending pre-application meetings with property developers and/or their agents to inform the applicants of their public information requirements, following the application review process, and verification of requirements. This requested position will also assist the public and neighboring property owners, whose property may be impacted by the proposed changes, with their questions and concerns. 8. Engineering Department - 1 Senior Engineer (Fund 131). On Thursday, December 14, 2006, the BCC approved an amendment to section 4.03.05 of the LDC limiting the height of fill pads for houses and allowing for exceptions to he sought based on a site stonnwater retention design to be done by a Professional Engineer. The BCC also postponed implementation of the new rule until there was a staff person in place to review the approximately 2000 building pern1it applications for single family homes in non-SFWMD areas we receive each year. This position will also assist the Principal Project Manager Robert Wiley in the numerous duties under his oversight; such as the enforcement of the tlood ordinance, the floodplain management committee, the flood insurance rate map program, the community rating system, and the flood mitigation program. 9. Engineering Department - 1 Environmental Specialist (PUD) (Fund 131). This position, tentatively approved by the BCC during the December 5, 2006 PUD IOU Workshop, will provide assistance and counsel to residents and condominium/homeowner associations on maintenance and management of preserve areas within PUDs and will conduct field inspections on Annual PUD Monitoring Reporis to ensure that environmental requirements of the PUD, such as removal of exotic vegetation and maintenance of lake littoral zones, are being met and the associated preservation areas have not been violated. 10. Engineering Department - 1 Environmental Specialist (PUD) (Fund 131). This additional PUD Environmental Specialist position (also tentatively approved by the BCC during the December 5, 2006 PUD IOU Workshop) will assist one half of the time in Aoenda Item r~o. 10H v January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 70 providing assistance and counsel to residents and condominiumlhomeowner associations on maintenance and management of preserve areas within PUDs and will conduct field inspections on Annual PUD Monitoring Reports to ensure that environmental requirements of the PUD, such as removal of exotic vegetation and maintenance of lake littoral zones, are being met and the associated preservation areas have not been violated. This position will also work one half of the time assisting in the final inspection of landscaping and environmental requirements associated final site plan and plat final construction inspections. 11. Environmental Services Department - 1 Senior Project Manager (Fund 001). Assist in development of the watershed management plans as mandated by the Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Growth Management Plan. Duties will include, but not be limited to, evaluating topography and drainage patterns, evaluating regional impacts of pern1itted and pre-permit developments, analyzing flooding problems and developing recommended solutions, evaluating water budgets (surface and groundwater), evaluating water quality/quantity issues, working with other agencies to correlate infolTnation in the various data base formats, and working with consultants to prepare detailed analyses for the existing condition and future developed conditions of the various watersheds. This position will also assist the Engineering Services Department as a member of the project delivery team working on projects related to enforcement of the flood ordinance, the floodplain management committee, the flood insurance rate map program, the community rating system, and the flood mitigation program. 12. Building Review - 1 Operations Analyst (Fund 113). Building Review - This position will conduct operational research, productivity analyses, and management studies to assist in the management of deparimental operations, programs, and services. The FTE will also compile and monitor vaJious administrative and statistical data pertaining to departmental operations with the goal of improving plan review and permit processing timeframes. This position replaces a previously approved and funded FTE position recently converted to initiate the recruitment for the Plans Review and Inspections Manager. 13. CDES Operations - Call Center Operations Associate (Fund 113). Position required to operate redesigned CDES division call center and infol111ation kiosk, and to help manage CDES switchboard's high call volume. Callers and visitors will be assisted by this trained staff member capable of answering wide-ranging divisional questions using a Knowledge Database and F AQ sheets. This call center/information kiosk model is successfully being used at the North Collier Government Center. This position will improve customer service by creating a centralized information resource that can answer questions quickly and effectively, or route them to the appropriate person who can. Adding this position will also reduce the number of dropped, abandoned, and missed calls that are processed by the CDES switchboard. There are approximately 10,000 inbound calls to CDES each month, of which the switchboard answers around 4,000. A detailed examination of call statistics showed 400/t) of the calls that we receive at CDES are answered by the switchboard staff because the caller presses zero rather than going through all of the selections and more than 10% of the total callers hang-up because of the complexities of the auto-attendant system. Once the redesign of the auto-attendant system is complete, we envision that more than 50% of the callers will be routed directly f\oenda Item f~o. 10H - January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 70 to the call center. All other calls are sent to the Auto Attendant, where the calls will be routed and connected. FISCAL IMPACT: The twelve (12) positions located within Funds 113 and 131, if approved, will be totally supporied by fee revenue. The estimated cost for the total personal services for these twelve (12) positions for the remainder of FY 07 (assuming six months employment during this fiscal year) will be $375,000. The remaining one (1) position requested within Fund 001, if approved, would have an estimated cost for total personal services for the remainder of FY 07 (assuming six months employment during this fiscal year) of $45,000. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The additional FTEs will have a positive impact on the staffs ability to meet its current obligations relating to timely and technically competent plan review and inspections. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: This request lS legally sutIicient for the Board of County Commissioners consideration and approval. RECOMMENDATION: To authorize the thirteen (13) additional permanent positions and associated funding in the FY07 budget for the Building Review and Permitting, Engineering Services, Environmental Services, Zoning and Land Development Review, and CDES Administration Depmiments within the Community Development and Environmental Services Division, along with all the necessary budget amendments to accomplish the same. PREPARED BY: Garrett MulJee, Manager, CDES Business Management and Budget Office Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No.1 OH January 9, 2007 Pa[j8 6 of 70 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10H Recommendat!on that the Board of County CommissIOners authorize the County Manager or his designee 10 create an additional thirteen (13', permanent Full Time EqUlvaient (FTE) positions wlthm the Community De'v'eloprnent .and Environmenta! Services :Jiv!slon to address cntlc81li11Tnedr8te land us€ approval, perrrllttlng. and Inspecfion needs, ana to give approval for any subsequenl Budget Amendments required to fund suerl pos.itlons (Joseph K, Schmitt, Administrator Community Developme1t) 1/9/2007900:00 AM Date Prepared By Garrett Mullee Community Development & Environmental Sorvices Financial Operations Manager Fmancial Admin. & Housing 12118/20062:49:29 PM Date Approved By Constance A. Johnson Community Development & Environmental Services Operations Analyst Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12120120069:43 AM Date Approved By Marlene Stewart Community Development & Environmental Services Executive Secretary Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12/27/20063:01 PM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Comrnunity Development & Environmental Services Community Development & Environmental Services Adminstrator Date Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12,27/20067:16 PM Dilte Approved By Oio"lB Coordinator County Manager's Office Adminlstrativc AssistZlnt Office of Management & Budget 12/28/2006 12: 13 PM Dilte Approved By Michael Smykowski County Man~Jger'$ Ofhce Management & Budget Director Office of Management & Budget 1!l-<!2007 3:07 PM D.1t:{~ Approved By JGmcs V. Ml,dd BOard of Coul1ty Commissioners County Manager COllnty Mannger's Office 1/3/20075:08 PM .A.genda Item t.Jo. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 70 ENVIRONMENT AL SERVICES PROCESS IMPROVEMENT STUDY FINAL REPORT March 31, 2006 Environmental Code Developer Plans Work Together Achieve Results Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Collier County Department Members Participating: Bill Lorenz Barbara Burgeson Susan Mason Stephen Lenberger Laura Roys Summer Brmyn Kirsten Wilkie Holly Peterson Claudia Piotrowicz Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 70 Staff members and management were very open during this process and are genuinely interested in seeking opportunities to improve productivity and positively affect the quality of their work and that of the division. Kev Findin2s for Environmental Review Function · Functional alignment/organizational structure: o Noone tasked with managing and monitoring workflow to meet goals (this changed during the course of my involvement in reaction to being held accountable to meet the required 30 day review target) o Professional review staff spending 20%+ of available work time on administrative tasks, reducing ability to meet key project review dates o Manager has too many direct reports to manage effectively along with the subject matter experi functions of the role - 2 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aaencia item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 70 o Managers spend more time on day to day work and less time on management level work than is appropriate resulting in overloaded managers and sub-optimized expertise of environmental professionals o Current organizational structure is not sustainable or flexible because it too heavily relies on institutional knowledge and detailed involvement of overworked manager o Undefined career progression path for well educated professional staff · Execution: o Staff does a thorough job ofreviewing projects and very few new review conunents are identified after the initial review of a complete submission o Emphasis is placed on decision making based on language in the codes o Less than half the reviews met the 30 day review target (2004 - 2005) (Vast improvement in 2006: January - 94% on time, February - 92%, March - 91 %) o Team meetings not well structured, waste valuable time (already changed) o Work is highly manual, and relies too heavily on institutional knowledge o Client meetings could be better structured to respect all pariies involved o Staff and management adjusting to meet goal of 95(% on time reviews o Until recently, accountability for achieving goals was not emphasized o Staff repOlis feeling lack of respect from customers and some peers · Process: o Physical work environment issues increases elapsed time to review cases o Instances of repeat reviews are increased by allowing simultaneous submittals prematurely (foundational items such as preserve locations not yet approved result in re-work to conect other related aspects of projects) o Submission quality, especially of Environmental Impact Statements, is often low, contributing to repeat reviews and additional review time o In infol111al survey, applicants cited long review times as their number one comnlaint. followed hv frustration over verv strinQent reQulations ~_ _} _ _ _ -.; - - .; of.,..) w - 3 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 70 o Different interpretations of code by staff and applicants results in frequent conflict o While staff clearly feels strongly about protecting the environment, there was no evidence of staff doing other than applying codes as written o When items of potential controversy arise, a consultation is generally held with other staff members, and sometimes management, to assure proper and consistent code application o There is great camaraderie amongst staff members, leading to a level of inefficiency as staff members are familiar with details of others projects o Lack of documentation of procedural decisions, direction from outside agencies, and of decisions made in customer meetings leaves uncertainty and leads to backpedaling or repeat analysis work Kev recommendations The recommendations are an amalgamation of the thoughts and ideas of the staff and management as well as those of the analyst. The analyst spent much time facilitating the generation, refinement and quantification of ideas from staff and management via workshops, case studies, data analysis, staff planning and other interactions. Functional Alignments/Organizational Structure Recommendations: · Shift administrative work to new tech position (provides additional 1500+ hours annually toward project reviews) · More clearly define roles to push down key management responsibilities, provide growth opportunities and create accountability toward meeting business objectives (see below) · Review staffing needs analysis and consider adding one reviewer to increase "bench strength" in the organization and assure critical review times can be met · (New) Additional work of handling building permits may require additional resource, evaluation not yet complete - 4- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item No.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 11 of70 Oversee all functions with emphasis on regulatory. Handle HR matters for direct reports. Budget responsibility. Manager Oversee all process control and Workload functions. Oversee And train new staff. Handle HR matters for direct reports. Entry level review, Customer service, Work tracking. Supervisor: Principal Senior or Principal Senior or Principal Env. Tech Review land use projects and also responsible for senior level initiatives such as EAC support or code development. Env Specialist Review land use projects and related activities, with increasing levels of responsibility Env Specialist Env Specialist Env Specialist . Key organizational changes include: Establish defined supervisor and managcr roles Acting manager delegates some management and subject matter expert work Acting manager takes on some work Director now perforn1ing Supervisor clearly responsible for workflow management Key professional staff more involved in experi level functions such as code development and committec liaison work Also, an improved career progression path emerges, as follows: . . . . Env Specialist Senior or Principal - 5 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 12 of 70 Process Recommendations: The benefit of these process improvement recommendations is equivalent to adding one full time staff member. These efficiencies effectively create additional resources to help sustain improved turnaround times and consistent achievement of95% on-time reviews. Also, staff will be able to accept additional professional development responsibilities that are now handled by management. 1 -- Hire Tech position 2 -- Implement Telecommuting 3 -- Follow the conflict resolution procedure, make decision after meeting with staff 4 -- Redefine requirements for Simultaneous Review to require preserve definition first 5 -- Shift responsibility of EAC Staff report to Principal Planner 6 -- Shift sufficienc review ofEIS to Intake Team 7 -- Improve space for reviewing plans/Drafting tables Total Hours Saved Annually (net of adding tech osition) 1800 720 360 - 720 250 - 2500 160 80 500 2070 - 4680 hours IMMEDIA TE - QUALITY AND CLJSTOMER Benefits SERVICE 8 -- Combine Environmental Specialists from Inspections Greater process integrity, and PUD Monitoring with existing Environmental Services fewer code cases, better Staff customer service 9 -- Set preserve boundaries as close as possible during pre- Earlier issue app meeting on PUD/rezones identification, reduced conflict 10 -- Reduce re-work associated with errors when changes Accuracy of reports from the EAC mtg are not adequately made in plans and going to BOCC and CCPC staff report getting approved II -- Better coordination and tracking of permits with the Improved customer Building Department seIVlce 12 -- Improve Conservation Easement Process/Align Should shorten project Responsibility duration for customer - 6 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 13 of 70 . 13 -- Electronic Submission and Routing Technology feasibility study Additional Recommendations: · Create agendas for staff meetings (already implemented) . Improve documentation of decisions made in meetings or associated with staff application of code . Only hold case review discussions at staff meetings that benefit all staff members, Other issues can be addressed in a one on one meeting. Cutting staff meetings by one hour/week has the potential of adding one full day of review time back to the department, or potentially the ability to handle 2 more reviews in a given week. Immediately initiate planned management training for the manager and supervisor; . recommend specific coursework in Time Management, Conflict Resolution, Reflective Listening, Negotiation Skills, and Effective Delegation (suggest reviewing American Management Association programs) . Target improved relationship development with external applicants o Consider joint field visits with applicant and consultant if something is at all questionable (applicant recommendation) o Semi-annual roundtable on environmental issues/education . o Reach out to any new applicants and help them understand the process Target more cooperative development process via monthly roundtable meetings of managers of Planning, Engineering, Environmental and Building department to work out any issues that have arisen and to discuss items of mutual interest . Director set specific goals for manager and supervisor and increase coaching time related to handling workflow, human resources issues and external contacts . Some major theoretical process changes have been outlined (not presented in this repori) and \vill be further considered by management statT in the summer of 2006 - 7 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item "'lo. 1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 14 of 70 Hh!h Level Implementation Plan Task ~ ~ Set priorities for process/productivity Lorenz/Burgeson 4/15/06 improvements (other than telecommuting) Define Management Training Plans and budget Lorenz 5/1106 Make final determination on staffing needs Lorenz/Burgeson 5/1106 during budget development process Pilot Telecommuting Burgeson 5/1/06 Complete reclassification recommendation Lorenz 511/06 Implement new roles Lorenz/B urgeson 6/1/06 Complete Career Progression Plans Burgeson/Mason 6/1106 Delegate some of the SME responsibilities to Burgeson 6/1106 Senior Environmental Specialists Full Telecommuting Implementation (subject to Burgeson 8/1106 pilot experience) Hire new Tech position Mason 10/1/06 Summary of Analvsis Activities The first half of the analysis involved studying work volumes, understanding the organizational structure and work assignment processes, learning about the application types and processes, observing work in process and reviewing procedures and training manuals, and completing a detailed analysis of repeat review comments. The second half of the analysis involved a series of workshops with staff and management resulting in detailed docun1entation of the three key review processes, review and documentation of multiple case studies (including review of the actual code language utilized in the review), detailed review of repeat comments, identification of potential process or quality improvement opporiunities, and examination of the organizational structure. Also, informal telephone surveys were conducted with several applicants and customers of the department. Reports of progress and detailed findings are attached to this summary report. - 8 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 15 of 70 SUMMARY WORK DOCUMENTS AND INTERIM REPORTS - 9- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 16 of 70 Actual Time Allocation - Environmental Review Summary of Data and Opportunities K. Grant 12/15/05 Data/Background Since the beginning of FY 2004, Bill Lorenz has requested that his staff complete a time sheet for every pay period, breaking down how they have actually spent their time. Bill supplied his data to me for review. Below is the summary of the data, which is consistent with Bill's review of it in the past. There are a total of 90 detailed categories which have been summarized into four (4) general groupings representing the major time allocation categories. They are as follows: Category Examples of what is contained therein Core work Case reviews, public assistance, other departmental assistance, pre-app meetings General admin, staff meetings, professional develo ment, HR issues. t in, filin Vacation, comp, sick leave, etc. All "s ecial ro' ect" t e work Administration Personal Time LDC/GMP/Advisory Committee Work Findings For the 2.5 years of data available, this is a summary of the above categories with and without the supervisors' time included. Actual Time Spent FY 2004 - 2006 (YTD) 100% 90% 80% Ql 0. 70% ~ >- 60% J:l Ql E 50% i= '0 40% ~ 30% 20% 10% 0% W/o Supei"\Asor o LDC/GMP/Adl.isory Commtitee Work. Etc. o Personal Time III Admin/Prof Del/HR/Mail o Core Work Reviews/Permits. Etc. W/ Supei"\Asor The data without supervisor does not include time allocations for Barbara Burgeson. However, some supervision is also provided by Susan Mason, which may slightly inflate the "w/o supervisor" Administration time in this chart. The personal time appears to be - 10- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No. 10H Januarv 9. 2007 Page 17 of 70 consistent with the Holiday and Vacation schedules offered by the County. There is definitely an opportunity to shift some Administration time to increase Core Work time. Below is a chart that breaks out the Administration time in order to look for opportunities to decrease this time element. "~\ Cate incl' Barb' Mail/Lit Review 36% 2301 33% 1441 577 9.4% 7.4% Staff Meetings 21% 1319 24% 1047 419 5.4% 5.4% Professional Development 15% 980 20% 857 343 4.0% 4.4% General Administration 12% 749 11% 466 186 3.1% 2.4% Recruit/Appraisal 7% 434 2% 73 29 1.8% 0.4% Office Management 4% 266 6% 255 102 1.1% 1.3% Strategic Planning 1% 38 0% 3 1 0.2% 0.0% Budgets 1% 48 0% 0 0 0.2% 0.0% OM-Payroll 1% 49 1% 36 14 0.2% 0.2% OM-Filin 1% 39 1% 39 16 0.2% 0.2% Procedures Maintenance 1% 89 2% 89 35 0.4% 0.5% 0 99% 6311 99% 4305 1722 26% 22.0% The group spends almost the equivalent of one person every year on these Administrative activities (1722 hours on average for the last 2.5 years). It is possible that the mail in the "mail/lit review" category is largely email related to active cases, and should therefore be categorized in the "core work" category. If we were to move half of that category to "core work", then the hours spent on this category decreases to about 1500 hours/year, but still provides a substantive opportunity. THE El'\VIRONME~TAL SERVICES DIRECTOR PROPOSED GOAL: Reduce this element by 50%, increasing the available percentage of time for Core Work to at least 71 %, striving for 80% of time spent on Core Work. This would allow for an additional 750+ hours devoted to core work each year, which would contribute greatly to achieving on-time reviews. ACTION: Kim and management will work with the staff to identify opportunities to achieve this goal, including reviewing the 90 categories for opporiunities to decrease or eliminate the need for the professional review staff to perform these functions. - 11 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 18 of 70 Additional Information: Below are actual time allocation charts for each staff member. We should review each chart to explain or resolve apparent variances from the averages. Lenberger Actual Tirre Spent 100% 90% 80% 70% "E 60% ~ en 50% E .. ;:: 40% '0 30% <;!! 20% 10% o LDC/GMP/Ad~sory Commtitee Work, Etc. o Personal Time . Admin/Prof Dev/HR/Mail !!I Core Work Re~ews/Permlts, Etc. 2004 2005 Fiscal Years 2006 Burgeson ktual Time Spent Mason Actual Time Spent 100% 100% 11% 10% 90% 90% 21% 80% o LDCIGMP/Adlisory Commlnee 80% o LDCIGMP/Adlisory Commtitee 70% Work, Etc. 70% Work, Etc. 60% o Persona: Time 60% o Personal lime 1: 11 '" 50% 50% Q. '" en CI) I AdminlProf DeliHRlMail '" ~ E 40% 40% ;:: ! ;= '" '15 30% "" 30% o Core Work Re~ews/Permits, Etc. """ o Core Work Reliews/Pennits. Etc. 20% 20% 10% 10% 0% 0% 2004 2005 2006 2004 2005 2006 Fiscal Years Fiscal Years Brown Actual Time Spent ---l Rays Actual Time Spent 100% 100% 90% 90% 80% I BO% 70% o LDC/GMPiAdllsory Commt~ee 70% Work. Etc. 6\J<% o Personaliime 60% <= '" <= 50% CL .. en 50% Co en ~ II AdmmlProf DellHRlMail ~ 40% ;= 40% ;:: '0 "'" 30% "" 30% o Core Work RellewsiPermlts. Etc. 20% 20% 10% 1\1 Admin/Prof DellHR/Mail 2005 2006 Fiscal Years I ! H o LDC/GMP/Adlisory Commtitee Work, Etc o PelSonallime I E] Core Work Reliews/Permits, Etc 2004 2005 2006 Fiscal Years Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 19 of 70 Szuch Actual Time Spent I 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% W LDClGMPfAd\fisory Comrnti1ee Work, Etc o Personal Time 50% 40% o Core 'Nork Reviews"iPennits, Elc 30% 20% 10% 0'1/0 2005 2006 Fiscal Year 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% ~ 50% '" E 40% >= ~ 30% 20% 10% 0% Sanchez Actual Time Spent o LDC/GMP/Adlisory Commtnee Woi1<, Etc. 10 Personal Time I Ii AdminIProf Dev'HRlMail D Core Woi1< Reliews/Permits, Etc 2004 20~5 Fiscal Years - 13 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 20 of 70 Environmental Review Department, CDES D R AFT Interim Analysis Report K. Grant 1/4/06 Summarv Analysis to date (analysis phase is not yet complete) has been geared toward uncovering potential areas of opportunity for improving the process and timeliness of the Environmental Review department. To date, several areas of opportunity have been identified, but recommendations for improvement are not yet developed. Additional opportunities will likely surface. Analysis activities included attending staff meetings, reviewing/summarizing relevant data, observing the review process, attending one brainstorming session with the department members and a discussion on an interpretation/application issue, flowcharting, and reviewing existing process flows and training manual. This is a team effort involving all staff members, and they are genuinely interested in participating. Key findings to datc I mpnwcmcnt Opp0l1unit ics to date . 61 % of work time spent on "core work" for the last . Increase core work time 2+ years . Reduce administration time . Equivalent of one full time person is spent . Perhaps work reallocation of collectively in "administration" some of the 90 potential tasks . 90 different activities comprise the entire work picture for staff members . Highest volume transactions: Site Development . Consider lumping less frequent Plans, Plans and Plats and Planned Unit applications into one job, allows Developments more concentrated time on . 60 different types of applications handled during the complex cases review period. . Map processes/streamline . Work assigned geographically . For 10/03-11/05 well over half the reviews did not . Increase accountability and meet the 30 day target, though there was some visibility for goal attainment improvement in 2005 . Reduce repeat comments . In a prior repmi, it was disclosed that for this . Decrease all distractions depaliment there is a higher incidence of repeat . Implement Intake Team reviews and of new comments after the first review. . Highly manual processes need Further study shows that new comments are further study - technology? primarily related to new infonnation being provided and that repeat reviews are related to this and also based on applicants not responding to comments made . Work is highly manual relying on written documentation . Staff members develop very detailed comments for . Maintain quality while finding applicants to aid them in meeting requirements balance with output needs . Very few comments identified after first review are . Reduce reliance on institutional due to staff oversight knowledge - 14 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 21 of 70 . Site visits required on some cases . Examine need for all site visits . EIS's and/or PMP's required in many cases, . Reduce repeat submissions on typically take several iterations EIS's and PMP's . Coordination with several outside agencies . Further study outside agency interaction . Highly educated, interested and environmentally . Clarify roles of management dedicated staff . Improve documentation . Staff turnover reduced ability to get work out on . Seek technology assistance time, at times (maybe GIS) . Management spends less time managing than would . Streamline communication to all be desired, though there is genuine interest in staff, to key points processes, and meeting goals . Manual processes heavily rely on institutional knowledge . Little documentation on difficult application decisions/wasted time . Team meetings could be better structured and shortened Detailed Findings/Opportunities to Date OrJ!anization The basic approach to case assignment is by geographic terTi tory. The rationale for this approach is that it is most beneficial for a reviewer to be aware of all of the issues/projects within one territory in order to be comprehensive, and often expeditious, in their work. Also, this allows staff to leam how to handle all of the various project types that come into the depariment creating a functionally cross trained staff providing for greater flexibility to meet workload demands and staffing changes. Staff occasionally reassigns cases outside of the normal territory in order to maintain even workload distribution. Periodically, staff reassigns territory boundaries to account for actual or expected work volumes, staff changes and the like. Certain terTitories contain specific rules such as overlays, special state treatment requirements. etc., which may make a given terTitory unique. The goal is to maintain a reasonably even workload for each staff member, and occasionally to provide a challenge or oPPOltunity for a staff member who is ready for more detailed and in-depth responsibility. Presently the staff is comprised of 6 full time reviewers (2 expanded positions unfilled), plus one almost full time reviewer who also has some managerial responsibilities. In addition, there is one full time manager who occasionally handles cases, and one director who oversees these functions and also the Environmental Services staff functions. - 15 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 22 of 70 The staff works closely with the environmental code enforcement staff, planning staff and the staff of the building department. Staff has frequent interactions with outside state and federal environmental agencies such as the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). They also frequently present to or interact with local government entities and committees such as the Environmental Advisory Council (EAC), the Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) and the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC). Functions/Uniquenesses The primary function of this group is to review all application types for compliance with the Land Development Code (LDC), the Growth Management Plan (GMP), and relevant Federal and State requirements. Their review process varies somewhat from the other depariments who perform similar work in that the Environmental Review Department must perform these activities that others (usually) do not: · Site visits on many projects · Coordination with outside agencies to assure compliance with all relevant requirements · More "negotiation" on what actions comply with requirements o For example, what is largest and most contiguous preserve area? What is the priority order for protecting listed species when multiple exist in one project area? · More opportunity for multiple iterations on documents such as Preserve Management Plans (PMP) or Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), and more time consuming as a result Workload and Volume Information The department keeps good manual records of work volume, both new and resubmitted applications, and has so for the last 2+ years. This data is the basis for the majority of data oriented information provided in this repOli. Here is a chart showing the volumes of REVIEWS (not cases, though of course they are similar) handled over the last 2 years. - 16 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item hJo. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 23 of 70 Review Volume Environmental by Type (10103 -11~5) 11I11 .", 500 o 115 500 = 400 ,2 JOO 1=' S 200 Q U 100 II ':"{ (V <>"i" ---,J... _9 .-<f!t " ~../ <<" .:--;)' ~'..S"" --.l~ '-1'')..... -i1~ <.~ f~ ~;>J v .:)4" 0 -6) :i.;;.:'.,J -<':< ,fP ",::i'" .$ ~\:P -, /.., ',;- /..;:-(: .{f ~t.?"' .,--t} .(j.. x Type of aJ1Plication We can zone in on the SDP, PPL and PUD review processes for improvements and to attempt to shorten the turnaround times, as they comprise the preponderance of workload. The chari illustrates case volumes by staff member, indicating the highest volume of cases is completed by both the longest term employees and those that have the greatest amount of time allocated to core work (see core work time allocation later in this repori). Count for % Time on Entire Average # Core Work Period CaseslYear on '05 Burgeson 25 10 23 Szurch 62 25 43 AraqueBrawn 193 77 66 Sanchez 278 111 66 Mason 281 112 64 Lenberger 355 142 77 Rays 406 162 55 1,600 640 1t follows that more productivity exists for statT members \vho have a higher time allocation to core work activities, as the next chari illustrates. - 17 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 24 of 70 Generally Positive Correlation between Case Count and % of Time Spent on Core Work 450 400 350 300 11l ~ 250 lIS (.) 200 'I:t: 150 100 50 o Burgeson Szurch AraqueBrown Sanchez Mason Lenberger Rays o Count for Entire Period. Average # Cases/Year The below graph shows us that there appears to be an approximately even distribution of workload, by primary application type, across the review staff, which is consistent with the geographic work distribution method. Some variation occurs due to length of employment during the review period. Volume of Reviews by Type and Staff Member I-BB """,",cs KS -LR -SB -SL SM I 180 ~ 160 ... 140 (I) Q. 120 o 100 :: 80 ; 60 8 40 ". ...... ...... ....,.c/: .. .'.' 2~ __~~','~;".~~~ 0q, R'v {{~ 001" # {)~ 4 0q,' <(;q, 0V j) 0+ <(;0 ~~0 4q, ,0<(; o q, 00 q, ~ q,V 0 q,vO <-0'-'..:::,.<<-'''''' V v;- __I ,3mf~ ~q, {)q, &~ q,0q, Type The potential exists here to pull some of the lower volume, less frequent application types and consider creating a new full time job for one person, affording the others more time - 18 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 DH January 9, 2007 Page 25 of 70 to concentrate on the more difficult and time consuming cases with fewer interruptions. Staff cites interruptions as a large contributor to less than desired productivity levels. This opportunity needs to be fully explored before any recommendations can be made, and there are probably other ideas to be explored. Staff Time Allocation: Background Since the beginning of FY 2004, Bill Lorenz has requested that his staff complete a time sheet for every pay period, breaking down how they have actually spent their time. Bill supplied his data to me for review. Below is the summary of the data, which is consistent with Bill's review of it in the past. There are a total of 90 detailed categories which have been summarized into four (4) general groupings representing the major time allocation categories. They are as follows: Category Examples of what is contained therein Core work Case reviews, public assistance, other departmental assistance, pre-app meetings Administration General admin, staff meetings, professional development, HR issues, typing, filing Personal Time Vacation, comp, sick leave, etc. LDC/GMP/Advisory Committee Work All "special project" type work Sta{f1ime Allocation: Findil1'Zs For the 2.5 years of data available, this is a summary of the above categories with and without the supervisors' time included. Actual Time Spent FY 2004 - 2006 (YTD) 100% 90% 80% Ql Co 70% >- f- >- 60% .0 Ql E 50% i= '0 40% ~ 30% 20% 100/0 0% W/o SupeNsor o LDC/GMP/AdlAsory Commtitee \/Vork, Etc. o Personal Time .. Admin/Prof Dev'HR/Mail o Core Work Reviews/Permits. Etc. W/ Supervisor The data without supervisor does not include time allocations for Barbara Burgeson. IIowever, some supervision is also provided by Susan Mason, 'which may slightly inflate - 19 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant /\genda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 26 of 70 the "w/o supervisor" Administration time in this chart. The personal time appears to be consistent with the Holiday and Vacation schedules offered by the County. There is definitely an opportunity to shift some Administration time to increase Core Work time. Below is a chart that breaks out the Administration time in order to look for opportunities to decrease this time element. rom a ego ar a Mail/Lit Review 36% 2301 33% 1441 577 9.4% 7.4% Staff Meetings 21% 1319 24% 1047 419 5.4% 5.4% Professional Development 15% 980 20% 857 343 4.0% 4.4% General Administration 12% 749 11% 466 186 3.1% 2.4% Recruit/Appraisal 7% 434 2% 73 29 1.8% 0.4% Office Mana ement 4% 266 6% 255 102 1.1% 1.3% Strategic Planning 1% 38 0% 3 1 0.2% 0.0% Budgets 1% 48 0% 0 0 0.2% 0.0% OM-Payroll 1% 49 1% 36 14 0.2% 0.2% OM-Filing 1% 39 1% 39 16 0.2% 0.2% Procedures Maintenance 1% 89 2% 89 35 0.4% 0.5% 0 99% 6311 99% 4305 1722 26% 22.0% The group spends almost the equivalent of one person every year on these Administrative activities (1722 hours on average for the last 2.5 years). It is possible that the mail in the "mail/lit review" category is largely email related to active cases, and should therefore be categorized in the "core work" category. If we were to move half of that category to "core work", then the hours spent on this category decreases to about 1500 hours/year, but still provides a substantive opportunity. THE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIRECTOR PROPOSED GOAL: Reduce this element by 50%, increasing the available percentage of time for Core Work to at least 71 %, striving for 80% of time spent on Core Work. This would allow for an additional 750+ hours devoted to core work each year, which would contribute greatly to achieving on-time reviews. ACTION: Kim and management will work with the staff to identify opportunities to achieve this goal, including reviewing the 90 categories for opportunities to decrease or eliminate the need for the professional review staff to perform these functions. Additional Information: Below are actual time allocation charts for each staff member. We should review each chart to explain or resolve apparent variances from the averages. - 20 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9. 2007 Page 27 of 70 Lenberger Actual Time Spent 100% 90% BO% 70% "E 60% '" Co en 50% E '" 40% ;= '0 30% ;;!< 20% 10% 0% 2004 2005 20D6 Fiscal Years o LDCIGMP/Ad~sory Commtttee Work, Elc. D Personal Time ! CI Core Work Re~ews/Permits, Elc Burgeson Actual Tirm Spe nt Mason Actual Time Spent 100% 90% 80% iO% . 60% ~ 50J/; '" c U) ~ 40';, >= '0 30% "" 20% 10% I O~C ' 2004 2005 Fiscal Years 21% 10% ,--- I ! 10:% 11% 90% 800k 19% 70% 53% '" c U) '" E >= '0 J':% "" I i .....;;\ 10% I 2004 19% c LDCiGMP IAj~sary Cammtlt,e WO':i. E': II Adi:'lnIPro: De\!H!\IMaii o Care WarK Ke~ewsIPermi:S. EI: i I i 2:;~5 20as Fiscal Years o LDCIGMP!Adlisory Commutee Work, Etc. :J Personal Time Iii Admin/Prof De"HR!Mail o Core Warlc: Re~ewsfPermits. Etc 2006 ~~~____I Brown Actual Tine Spent 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% ~ ~ ~ 50% '" 1;! 40% i= "0 "" 3:% 2,:% 10% 0% 10 ~)C!GMPiA,j~sory Ccmmtitee , V'y'ork ~tc :cFersonaiTlme II Mmln,l'ro' OevHRiMail Sanchez Actual Tire Spent 100% 9J% 8)% o ,DC/GMPfAcMso~ Cammlllee Worr.. tIC c Persona Time i 0 Core Work Revlewsi?erml:s, ::lc ~ ~ i= ~ 3D% o Core WC'K R,"ews/Fernils Etc 2005 2CC-5 21~% '0% C% 2OJ~ 2'})5 Fis:al Years Fi9:al Yea~ - 21 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 28 of 70 Szuch Actual Time Spent Roys Actual Tirre Spent QO% a LDC/GMP/Advisory Commtltee Work, Etc. o Personal Time 100% 40% C Core Work Reviews/Permits, Etc 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% ~ 50% U) ~ 40% t= "" 30% 20% 10% 0% 2004 2005 2006 Fiscal Yea rs o LDC/GMPIAd~sary Cammtilee Work, Etc. o PelS anal lime BO% 70% BO% 50% . Admin/Prof DevJHR/Mall IAdninlPraf DeVHRlMail i:l Core Work Re~ewslPermits. Etc 30% 20% 10% 0% 2005 2006 Fisc. I Yea r RelJeat Comments and New Comments: Amended Analvsis On December 8, 2005 a report was published on the subject of repeat reviews and the incidence of comments identified after the first review. That study left some questions unanswered relative to reviews in the Environmental Department. As a reminder, that study showed the following pertinent information. When Review Comments Appear 100% := 90% Ql .:; 80% Ql a:: x 70% ... 60% III OJ 50% c: 'E 40% ::I l.) 30% l.) 0 20% ~ . 10% 0% Ii1I Subseqent Reviews o First Review - 22 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item r--Jo. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 29 of 70 Rate of Comment Resolution for Comments IO'd at 1 st Review 100% 3: 90% CIl 'S: 80% CIl 0:: 70% x .... 60% ell 'C 50% CIl > 40% '0 VI CIl 0:: ~ Q I 0 2nd . 3rd 0 4th I Cl c: w Cl c: W Cl c: W Since that time, a detailed study \vas underiaken on all the cases in the sample that had comments identified after the first review, a total of 8 cases. The results are as follows: Environmental Department Repeat Comment Analysis Summary New comments after first reView. 40% Comments at first reView, 60% - 23 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 30 of 70 Origin of New Comments New comments missed due to oversight, 7% New comments from additional information, 93% Since the vast majority of new comments arise from new information presented at subsequent reviews, the question remains as to why there is a higher incidence of comments after the first review as compared with the others originally studied. In the majority of cases "new or additional information" does not result from a substantial change in plans. Instead, it is more likely a reaction to updates the applicant made from prior comments. For example, an applicant may attempt to make requested updates to a Preserve Management Plan (PMP), but the updates lead to more required language or more questions from the Environmental reviewer. In other cases new comments appear after the first review because the requirement requested has finally been provided to the reviewer for the first time. Concerning the earlier finding that repeat comments are not resolved as quickly as those of the other reviewing departments, there are two avenues to be explored for improvement opportunities. The first stems from the analysis observation that completing some individual requirements is a very complex process in and of itself. Taking the same example as above, a PMP is a multiple page document that has its own set of criteria and requirements. Many "repeat" comments are actually refinements to the wording in these and other requirements/documents. Opportunities for reducing such iterative processes should be identified. To that point, the staff should be complimented on their very detailed suggestions for applicants as to how to word documents in order to meet requirements. The second observation is a behavior whereby the applicant ignores or does not respond at all to the comments made. Our expectation is that the new Intake Team will mitigate this behavior. However, we should also discuss this behavior, in conjunction with the below chart, to identify oPPOliunities to aid applicants in completing all requirements prior to submission. This chari is from a prior study of repeat comments identifying those most commonly occurring. - 24- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW COMMENTS % with this comment at first review 2 - Provide a clearing plan on site plan. 11 - Provide wetland permits from the applicable agencies. 13 - Provide calculations on site plan showing the appropriate acreage of native vegetation to be retained and the maximum amount that is to be re- created. Clearly identify the location of both on site plan. 28% 28% 24% 17 - All preserve areas shall be identified as "Preserve" on separate tracts and protected by a premanent conservation easement to prohibit further development. 6 - Provide the following exotic vegetation removal note on site plan: "All prohibited exotic vegetation shall be removed from the site & it shall be maintained free of exotics in perpetuity." 24% 24% 18 - A Preserve Area Management Plan shall be provided on the site plan identifying methods to address control and treatment of invasive exotic species, fire management and maintenance of permitted facilities. 20% Agenda Item r~o. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 31 of 70 - 25 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aoenda Item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 32 of 70 Target Date Attainment Information These are the highest volume application types and in well over half the cases, the 30 day target was not met. This is not necessarily "new news", but gives us something to talk with the team about to understand what issues and obstacles they face in getting their work done on time. Environmental: % of Overdue Reviews 10/03 -11/05 (Primary App Types) c " o U D. D. <( VRP CU PPL pUO's sOP's SIP VRP 43 206 161 567 53 39 56 296 210 913 86 127 77% 70% 770/0 62% 62% 31% The good news is that there has been some improvement in overdue cases during 2005 as compared with the average for the period 10/03 - 11/05. - 26 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 33 of 70 % of Overdue Reviews Showing Mild Improvement in 2005 over the Average of Prior 2 Years 80% 70% 60% Ql ::::l 50% 'C "- Ql 40% > 0 30% :::e 0 20% 10% 0% CU PPL PUD's SDP's SIP VRP App Types [010/03-11/05112005 YID I - 27- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 34 of 70 SUMMARY OF CUSTOMER SURVEY - 28 - Environmental Services Final Report. March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 35 of 70 Highlights of Client Interviews Regarding Environmental Review Department Major points (in order of significance) . Due dates/Integrity . Regulations o Myopic for environment o No room for creativity in design o Too time consuming to work with division to change o Changes were overreaction and pushed by environmental staff . Forest or the trees? o Too focused on little details? o No room for application of expertise? o Habitat is the main issue - staff has come to conclusion that that is their job - to protect the habitat - is it really their job? . Staff behavior o Professional, smart o Some easier to work with than others o Newer staff may need for guidance in pre-apps o Not a partnership/don't even bother talking to them/eventually cave o Skeptical and no confidence in staff/rules bent in favor of county o Would stronger director be appropriate? . Expectations o General disconnect between design community and what they get o Design community precluded from adding value with projects o Should have polished procedure for EAC meetings/go sooner rather than debate with staff Possible process changes . Consider joint field visits with consultant and staff if anything questionable at all . Improve/document communications/decisions o Often leave meeting with different views of what transpired - consultant does what they think they've been asked, but then are denied again . Tell date review is to be completed by - give at intake - or put on acceptable letter . Cite code sections in comments . Have Bill attend all client meetings for some time . Meetings with Joe either do not make decisions in meeting, or make sure Environmental Staff is present . Identify clear procedures for taking cases to EAC - not sure if this is needed - 29 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 36 of 70 CASE STUDIES - 30- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 37 of 70 Notes on Sabal Bay PUDA AR # 6126 Stephen Lenberger, Environmental Reviewer Identified as a case to show me difficulties and challenges that arise in the review process . Did not even get to first review for 3 months due to backlog of work . Canal drains from Lely and affects North of the canal- ie drained wetlands into canal- problematic . EIS showed wildlife issues o Eagle Nests o Tortoises o Alligators . General information o EIS authors are hired by the developers, work with the County, SFWMD, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (for wetlands), State Wildlife Commission, Federa Wildlife Services - in this case probably started permitting process before came to County . Big issues: o (1) Selection of preserves (which brings up listed species and native vegetation issues) o (2) Balance of species - how do you prioritize listed species? . Fish and Wildlife services provides guidelines, but in this case had to look at eagles and others and try and negotiate a fair allocation of retained preserves . See chart in EIS as to tinal decisions - how to meet 25% (actually exceeded it in the end by the other species listed at top of chari) . 25% must be preserved as native vegetation o (3) Stipulations for PUD . They disagreed that certain stipulatiosn were relevant - they argued that they were redundant since originally stipulated in the original PUD . As a side note, looking into amendments being deviations so this is no longer required in the future o (4) Added new eagle nest to Master Plan PUD documents . Process o Several interagency meetings on this one o At least one internal meeting with Barb and Bill and Susan to try and create a view on how to prioritize listed species/come up with a plan that meets the code as well as could be accepted by the applicants o About 50% ofPUD's have EIS's o PUD's are all about compliance with the LDC and GMP o We apply guidelines (like from Fish and Wildlife) unless deviations have been pell11itted o The Fish and Wildlife guidelines are referenced in the GMP - not re-stated o Actually viewed to have gone relatively smoothly considering the complexities and the number of agencies involved - 31 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 38 of 70 · Took over a year o Reviews done, then EAC, then CCPC, then BOCC · Petitioner now gives report to EAC, and staff is asked to offer comments · Questions o Is 30 days appropriate for all cases? o When an EIS is present, how can we get through the review in fewer reviews? o What does an applicant expect? o What makes a review "complicated" · Need to do research for prior cases · Preserve establishment · Listed species · Native vegetation · Number of agencies involved? o Is it relatively normal to spend about 120 hours on a case such as this? What is the norm? o Maybe I can get info from Steve since he keeps track of it so well???? o - 32 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH Januarv 9, 2007 Page 39 of 70 Documentation of Pine View PUD AR 7818 L. Rovs . PUDA to add Nissan car dealership o Already zoned commercial, but needed to change to allow car dealership o Current zoned C3 going to C5 . Only had 2nd review so far . Issue #1: Preserves did not meet requirements o There had been an update to the code since the prior zoning determination and preserve requirements . Had meetings to come up with ideas on how to deal with wetlands . Had to pull SDP for adjoining property . Meeting after the first submittal - had to include previously cleared land in preserve calculations (they were excluding this, so it had the affect of decreasing the amount of acreage needed to meet preserve requirements) . Issue #2: disagreement over drawing of FLUeS lines o We verified by site visit (there can be several) o SFWMD and County have different requirements . Issue #3: argue not wetlands o They have to get a SFWMD detenl1ination o History of adjacent site KRAFT where they were allowed to recreate preserves with native vegetation but not native habitats . Issue #4: off site relocation of gopher tortoises because area is flooded . Site visits are needed, for example, to see differences between sub and real canopy and different agencies have different rules for counting it . Issue #5 many changes needed to EIS - 33 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 40 of 70 Rockedge PUD Case Study - AR 4991 Susan Mason · 2.5 years to get completed (8/03 to EAC 11/05) · Actually relatively smooth process working with clients · Issue #1: Was a code case concurrently/preserves o Had to get an atty involved to identify amount of preserves that were required and it was determined that 25% was the max oWe had wanted to keep a little more due to some listed species o This was a cooperative effort - we offered some options on preserves o Final agreement was to keep certain land as preserves due to listed species, BUT second re-submittal showed no change in preserves, AND · Issue #2: Complete redesign when more land acquired o Ended up being a better design, had to give up one area of a plant species, but overall got better amount of preserves in new area purchased o Meeting to redesign - major lag time between second and third re- submittal for the redesign '...J · Issue #3: Archaelogical issues id'd in the EIS by the state Can't count toward the preserve calculation, but they still did OK b/c of the large amount required as preserve - 34- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 41 of 70 Passing Along Some Observations in Environmental Services K. Grant Updated 02/22/06 Bill, It has been a pleasure working with your staff to review their business processes and also to observe the operating environment, including how the operation is managed. 1'd like to pass along some observations to you that relate more to the people side of the equation. Staff has made it fairly clear to me that there is an undercurrent of something "wrong", which may point to an underlying morale issue, and it surely offers an opportunity for management to help change the outlook. Here is some of the evidence gathered and some related comments and ideas. Down Trodden? Responses when asked the open ended question: "Tell me things you've wondered why"? included why: Are we always wrong? Does Engineering get rewarded for breaking code? Do we have SMALL grey cubicles? Do we have a smaller workspace than counterparts? Do we have less pay than our perceived counterparts (principal planners)? Do other depariments get more staff? More easily? Does everyone think it is our own agenda? Don't we have realistic deadlines? When asked how they feel about the "new" goal to meet the stated 30 day targets they respond: We are being asked to do more than other depariments. We're doing it because we are loyal to Bill and Barbara (which is not a good long tenl1 motivator). And there is little or no sense of accomplishment, when there is much reason for celebration. Staff uniforn11y feels as though their input to the Building and Engineering Departments goes unheeded, creating a feeling that they are not even respected amongst their peers. There seems to be a general sentiment that most developers/customers are trying to "pull one over one us" (maybe they are!) and that tends to create a defensive posture when dealing with the public. In one client meeting I observed, the simple use of reflective listening skills could have gone a long way tov...ards easing the conversation and reaching a satisfactory conclusion sooner. Finally, there appears to be an "us versus the rest of the world" small group mentality that has evo Ived possibly to help staff feel less alone against the world and in the face of much criticism and commentary. This may be a bit of an overstatement, but the fact of the matter is they have been the under scrutiny for some time and this is a natural reaction to this type of environment. Why is this important? In many cases these negative and retrospective items are being articulated by the management staff, and this is a defensive and almost victin1-like posture for managers to have and to present to others. It sends a message to staff members that management has - 35 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 42 of 70 negative feelings about the entire process and work environment, and it also sends a secondary and perhaps more important message to staff that management does not have the wherewithal, ability or authority to change it. The latter runs the risk of eventually tainting the attitudes and actions of staff (especially new staff) towards each other, their peers, and our customers. Also, long term job satisfaction is a major concern here. Not too many people want to work in an environment of negativity and with continual adversarial situations. My guess is that management staff has no idea that what they articulate about the experience comes across as it does. There is no intent here to suggest that the reality has been anything other than what they articulate - it was their reality. The intent is to point out they do have at least some control over how they operate, how they are perceived and how they present themselves to others (especially staff reporting to them) including how they think about their role in the entire process. Some ideas The intent is to suggest that a new face be put on the entire experience -- a new face for employees, management, customers and peers. The intent is to encourage management to break free of the past and to create a new "talk line" that much more closely aligns with the experience and environment that they wish to have and wish to lead by. The intent is to provide a reality check that it is time to move out of the past and look forward to a future with more pride, consistency, and sense of accomplishment for everyone involved. This would be a good activity for you, Barbara and Susan to work on together so that they have the benefit of your thoughts on the subject and you can set the appropriate tone. One idea is to really focus on the need for Barbara's role to change from its current one that could be characterized as mentor/team leader to one that is clearly a manager. Part of that new role is setting the tone for the group in a positive and supportive way while creating a little insulation from the harsh realities. This is a nice opportunity for Barbara, especially with the addition of staff and the increased scrutiny to deliver what has been asked of the department. Another is to uncover what motivates the staff members and to find a way to match their work experience with what drives them. This takes time and conscious effort on the part of management, but it is likely to improve how staff feels about their roles, their contributions, their futures, etc. We talked about how to implement and oversee such a shift in thinking and operation, considering you definitely want to leave the actual management up to Barbara and Susan. Since you recognize that management training is in order for both of them, you may have to playa larger role during this upcoming transition period until they are steady on their feet. If you think that might make some sense, one idea is for the three of you to create the vision and goals, and then meet periodically (maybe every other week) to just talk about progress towards those goals and issues that arise. This provides for a coaching - 36 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item hJo. 10H January 9. 2007 Page 43 of 70 opportunity and time spent together at the management level rather than the case level or code level. Other miscellaneous items that might improve "morale": continue to work on the space planning and assuring staff they will be taken care of, continue to work on the proper alignment of function to actual work (staffing plan), assign Barbara the task of meeting individually with everyone and learning of their motivations and goals and then working out meeting those, and, finally, continue to find ways for you, Barbara and Susan to let the staff know how well they are doing - celebrate the successes. Good luck and please let me know if there is anything furiher I can do. - 37 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 44 of 70 Proposed Organizational Structure: DRAFT #2 Environmental Services Manager Supervisor: Principal Senior or Principai Senior or Principal Env. Tech Env Specialist Env Specialist Env Specialist Env Specialist - 38 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aaenda Item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 45 of 70 Manager Supervisor: Principal Senior or Principal Env Specialist Env Specialist Env Specialist Oversee ali functions with emphasis on regulatory. Handle HR matters for direct reports. Budget responsibility. Manager Oversee all process controi and Workload functions. Oversee And train new staff. Handle HR matters for direct reports. Supervisor: Principal Senior or Principal Entry level review. Customer service. Work tracking. Env. Tech Review land use projects and also responsible for senior level initiatives such as i::AC support or code development. Review land use projects and related activities. with increasinglevels of responsibility. Env Specialist Env Specialist Env Specialist Env Specialist - 39 - Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Page 46 of 70 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant So, what's really different? · With growth (doubling) of staff, need to re- think structure · Emphasis on pushing down management and other key functions to appropriate level - Manager had HR for all staff, now delegated some to Senior/Supervisor - Manager had all SME responsibility, now shared with some Principals So, what's really different? · Created clearer career paths and organization that can be flexible to additional growth, if necessary · Supervisor designated with responsibility to oversee workflow/progress towards targets · Added tech position to reallocate work to appropriate level of staff; provides more time for project reviews by professionals - 40- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 47 of 70 Daily contact At least monthly Less frequent - 41 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 48 of 70 3 KEY PROCESS DOCUMENTATION FLOWS - 42- Environmental Services Final RepOli, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item NO.1 OH January 9. 2007 Page 49 of 70 PUD Rezone: Environmental Process Process Steps Attend pre-app meeting App comes in (or not) 'I' I I IS ff' . . I '[ u IClency review I l' I . ' . Distribute to , I individual reviewer I I I Log in to Tracker Resources -PPL n -Env.Chklist ' -LDCIGMP -Site Plan -Aerials -Consultant , -Applicant . -Support Staff] -Env review staff -Other CDES plannerl reveiwer staff I I 'm"",,,m r . I i ---" ; I II '""",,,m II I~_~ II Il I Env I I I reviewers lL II Issues i -Planners not a II consistent -Applicants do not always bring enough I info for us to I do initial I quality review -Take too long n -Could be i I done by I I' admin staff I -Double , work , because i I also put I I into CD+ I I Ideas /' ~~~:p~g:~~i~~~ \~ -E nv go first / -Require EIS or I Env Consultant I attend I -Preserve . selection '\ paramount - / i " change thinking to '\ create this first in I \ order to 10 major \ issues as early as I oossible I / Identify additional (I criteria for , the Intake \ Team . , specifically \ EIS \ \ / I / Create an \ / admin \ , function in \ / Env \ ( services. I' \ Will go \'\ a:;E:h / I , I I / \ Check for EIS and I I / if present, get this Env I I i -Could be / Create an ') I done by ! admin process going (see l I reviewers I I adrnin staff / function in EIS sub process) I I \ Env \ sel\lices / yo \ / I ~ i U V 1- - 43 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 50 of 70 PUD Rezone: Environmental Process 'I' -EIS? -1 -Knowledge of location Yes I ~_._~ -Admin staff -Time -Can we work with -Review staff consuming agencies to get -Not timelyl reviews done risk of re- faster? Also, can work we adopt their rules, so we do not have to appiy all three codes? ... Request plan -Review staff -Re-work for adjustment, if -Applicant all parties -Should we require necessary. then -Other review -May hold up sequential? continue with departments -How many like review process. I EAC,other this? MUST be received committees by_? Process Steps Q I " I j Yes Do EIS review Do rest of review <It-- I LI ... n V Resources -Env Review Staff -All submitted docs -GMP, LDC, etc. GMP/LDC concurrency. review maps, etc. See EIS review procedures I I I I Issues -Inadequate workspace -No quiet locations -Tight deadlines -FiFO -Enough staff? -Status calls ^~ missing primary info -Very time consummg I -Env consultant often not at meetings -3+ reviews -Insufficiency - 3+ reviews I GMP LDC Amendments Barb Web Extender Aerials Site visit Interagency meetings Ideas ~ \ -Intake team -Mandatory meet with Env consultants after first review, at discretion of Rev staff -GIS - 44- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant PUD Rezone: Environmental Process Process Steps II V " I Document review - write on plans, create notes, etc. ,. I Yes Resources -Expertise to evaluate and offer solutions -Staff meetings -Stafftim~ (some value I added, some i . not value ' added) -Mgmt time (even up to Joe) If -Env staff ! I n i I -Env staff I I II I ' i i jJ Issues -Hard to learn -Long learning curve I -Developers may not want to pay for Env cons to attend meetings i Manual I I' Time to Ud. eliver packet to PP Ideas - ee ronlc submission and routing -GIS connect to codes/overlays, etc. -Better pre-apps -Better info for applicants -Utilize confiict resolution procedure -Can we facilitate issues any better? -Admin person could do part of this Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 51 of 70 Meet with I I management. and! . ", or meet with Client"1 I and/or work With No outside agency: I handle issue I , I I ! Add comments to I I CD+ and consider review complete , ... Complete- coversheet, send email (what does this mean?), take packet to the principal planner (keep EIS copy if appiicable) ~ IWaitfor I resubmission I 'LJ ... ~ ",3) V - 45 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 52 of 70 PUD Rezone: Environmental Process Process Steps Resources \:J I i No I Repeat process as ~. applicable to complete review Yes 90% of cases Prepare staff report -Env review staff ,. Distribute all material for EAC meeting -Env admin I I s~ ~' Attend EAC meeting Issues with other departments -Scheduling issues, sometimes -Who e EAC agenda? -Who is staff to EAC? "I' I I D -Disconnect - Meeting is -PP sometimes concluded in Staff changes are not Report captured .,. I Yes No "i< I "I' CJ vi I I " I - 46 - Ideas -PP coordinate staff report -Have staff report be on shared directory -Better understanding of schedule \\ -Better alignment and send copy of staff report to Env staff to review before proceed in Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aoenda Item r--Jo. lOH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 53 of 70 i PUD Rezone: Environmental Process Process Steps Q Iyes 4 I -i- , ' , , , Require changed plans/sit with a planner ". Add notes to CD+, sign off on project, making sure all changes are made (this may hapDen after a resubmit or changed out pages/plans) ,. -"'1 CCPC meeting If approved . Prepare ES ,. SOCC meeting Resources .Rev staff -PP? -Admin staff? L_~~ ~sometirnes II - Env staff I I I ' I I -Env staff, if ! i co '"""''''''1 I !~___L~ Issues I II -Do not always know when cases . I' are going to this : committee I _h__. Ideas / -Admin staff on '\ ' sheet cha nges ~ -Actual resubmit, \ rather than ! \, informal II I \ resubmit, for \ changes I / -Need central / location for , I committee K agendas I l \ -Does Env staff i II '\ have to be there? ----l Who decides? \ '\ I / / - 47 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Plans and Plat: Environmental Process Process Steps Attend pre-app meeting App comes in (or not) , ... Sufficiency review Distribute to individual reviewer 'r Log in to Tracker " Check for EIS and , if present, get this process going (see EiS sub process) Gl V Resources Issues Ideas - wm agen a or pre-app meetings -Env go first -Require EIS or Env Consultant attend -Pre seNe selection paramount - change thinking to create this first in order to ID major issues as early as I \ ! Create an admin function in Env seNices. \ Will go away with new syste m Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 54 of 70 -PPL -Env.Chklist -LDC!GMP -Site Plan -Aerials -Consultant -Applica nt -S upport Staff -Env review staff -Other CDES planner! reveiwer staff -Planners not a II consistent -Applicants do not always bring enough info for us to do initial quality review -Take too long Intake Team Cases still coming to review staff where requiremen ts have not been meU wastes time Env reviewers -Could be done by admin staff -Doubie work because also put into CD+ Env reviewers -Could be done by ad min staff - 48 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda item No 10H January 9, 2007 Page 55 of 70 -Status calls 'l' -EIS? -KnDwledge Df IDcatiDn , Yes rea e e er an -Admin staff send it with CDPY -Time -Can we work with Df EIS Dut fDr -Review staff consuming agencies tD get Technical -NDt timely! reviews dDne Assistance tD I risk Df re- faster? AlsD, can A enc Ll wDrk we adDpt their rules, SD we dD nDt Pend fDr reply. but continue have tD apply all with review three cDdes? ".. ND Request plan I I "'"";~ ,"" I adjustment. if I -Applicant -Re-wDrk fDr -ShDuld we require necessary. then I-Other review all parties sequential? continue with -May hold up -HDw many like . departments EAC,Dther review process. this? I cDmmittees I MUST be received by_? " n~~..' '-..~eview? / I ,/ Ofton Yes missing I -I ntake team \~ I I GMP/LDC primary infD ,j -MandatDry meet '-..I concurren::::y, -Very time I, with Env DD EiS review review maps, consuming r cDnsultants after I i etc. See EIS -Env first review. at review cDnsultant discretion Df Rev ND prDcedures I Dften not at ,\ staff j I ......l I i I meetings \ -GIS / I -3+ reviews \ Plans and Plat: Environmental Process I Process Steps Resources Issues v -Inadequate wDrkspace -ND quiet 10catiDns , -Tight deadlines -FIFO , -EnDugh staff? Begin review " I GMP , I I LDC DD rest of review l~ Amendments -Insufficiency Barb - 3+ reviews I WebExtender I ' Aerials I ... Site visit lJ - N Interagency I I I meetings I LI V Ideas / \ \ \ -Drafting tables -TelecDmmut- ing -ReDrg Df SDme wDrk -Tell applicants what their due date is? / - 49- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant -Expertise to evaluate and -Hard to learn -Better pre-apps ,- --.-", offer solutions -Long learning -Better info for -Staff curve applicants meetings I I Yes Meet with -Staff time -Utilize confiict management, and/ (some value -Developers may resolution or meet with client, added, some not want to pay for procedure ...... No not value Env cons to attend -Can we facilitate I and/or work with outside agency; added) meetings issues a ny better? handle issue -Mgmt time (even up to i Joe) '!" B U Moo"" I Add comments to CD+ and consider review complete Plans and Plat: Environmental Process Process Steps Resources Issues V i .... Document review - write on plans, create notes, etc. -Env staff -Plans -CD+, maybe VERY manual process i .. Complete coversheet, send email (what does this mean?), take packet to the principal planner (keep EIS copy if applicable). lC:l Time to deliver packet to PP 'I' n u V Ideas - e OnlC submission and routing -GIS connect to codes/ovenays, etc. Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 56 of 70 - 50 - -Admin person could do part of this Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aaenda Item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 57 of 70 Plans and Plat: Environmental Process Process Steps Resources Issues Ideas Q " Re-review for changes Prepare staff report II I I . -Env review staff U Ii' with other departments -Scheduling issues, sometimes Ii -PP coordinate \ staff report \ / -Have staff report I ! be on shared I \ directory . \ -Better ! I \ understanding of / ' \, schedule I ' / . Yes 90% of cases ~- . . -Who sets EAC ~~genda? I I -Who is staff to EAC? Distribute all material for EAC meeting ~ admin I' I I staff ... lJ -E nv review I staff Attend EAC meeting " \ I \ I \~ /1 / Meeting is concluded in Staff Report II~J I -Disconnect - sometimes changes are not captured / \. \. / -Better / alignment and send copy of staff report to E nv staff to review before \,-__J~roceeding / I .J '?' Q I No I \1 Yes v - 51 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 58 of 70 Plans and Plat: Environmental Process Process Steps Resources Yes C I .... Require changed B pians/sit with a planner No Issues Ideas No ~ Pend for state permits or adjust Yes plans Add notes to CD+, sign off on project, making sure all changes are made (this may happen after a resubmit or changed out pages/plans) -Rev staff -PP? -Admin staff? ~honnoc are not made, and what goes to the CCPC or BOCC is wrong -Should staff preside over sheet changes? \ -Admin staff on sheet changes -Actual resubmit, rather than informal resubmit, for changes \' \ ,. ( Done ) I U - 52 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aaenda Item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 59 of 70 SOP Review: Environmental Process Process Steps Attend pre-app meeting 'V App comes in (or not) ~ v I Sufficiency review i i I I Distribute to I individual reviewer J '" ---------, i Log in to Tracker II Check for EIS and' if present, get this process going (see I EIS sub process) I LI n V Resources n -En:6;klist II -LDC/GMP I -Site Plan . -Aerials I -Consultant -Applicant i -Support Staff -Env review I' staff -Other CDES I planner/ reveiwer staff Intake T:JJ 1'""0'00"1] II I' \ I rev~:;ers I I ' I i LL-_~.~ I[ Env ~reviewers Issues I Cases still I coming to Ii rev~eh:r~aff requiremen ts have not I been met! wastes time I~~ I -Could be done by I admin staff -Double work because also put into CD+ ~- I-Could be done by admin staff Ideas I / / I; t\ . \ \ \ \ -~Irm agenaa tor \, pre-app meetings -Env go first -Require EIS or Env Consultant attend -Preserve selection paramount - change thinking to create this first in order to ID major issues as early as / oossible / Identify \ / additional \ / critena for ( the Intake ) \ Team . \ specifically EIS / / ~~'. ! Create an \ admin \ function in \ Env \ services. i Will go / away with / \ s;~;m / \ / \ \. / Create an \ / admin \ \ function in / \ Env \\ services / - 53 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 60 of 70 SDP Review: Environmental Process Process Steps Q Begin review I Yes II Pend for reply, but continue with review I .. Request plan adjustment, If necessary, then continue with review process. MUST be received by_? .. Yes- very few, except Susan's territory Do EIS review Do rest of review I LI n V Resources -Env Review Staff -All submITted docs -GMP, LOG, etc. -EIS? -Knowledge of location -Review staff No I I -Review staff -Applicant -Other review departments Issues -Inadequate workspace -No quiet iocations -Tight deadlines -FIFO -Enough sta If? -Status calls -Time consuming -Not timelyl I risk of re- work -Re.work for all parties -May hold up EAG,other committees missing primary info -Very time consuming -Env consultant often not at meetings -3+ reviews I ! -Insufficiency - 3+ reviews I Ideas -Admin staff -Can we work with agencies to get reviews done faster? Also, can we adopt their rules, so we do not have to apply all three codes? I ' I I No ! I GMP/LOC , concurrency, , review maps, etc. See EIS review procedures -Should we require sequential? -How many like this? / / -Intake team -Mandatory meet with Env consultants after first review, at discretion of Rev staff -GIS GMP LDG Amendments Barb Web Extender Aerials Site visit Interagency I I meetings - 54 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 61 of 70 I SOP Review: Environmental Process Process Steps v T I Document review , - write on plans, create notes, etc. ... i Yes I Meet with I 'management, and/I ! or meet with client, : 1>"' and/or work with No outside agency; handle issue v I Add comments to I ; CD+ and consider I...u revIew complete '! ~ Complete coversheet. send emai! (what does this mean?). take I packet to the principal planner I (keep E!S copy if , apolicable) . T' Wait for resubmission "<" ~ ~3) V Resources -Env staff -Plans , -CD+. maybe ! -Expertise to evaluate and offer solutions -Staff meetings -Env staff 1 I I '. Ll il':J! Issues -Hard to learn -Long learning curve I -Developers may not want to pay for Env cons to attend meetings Manual Time to deliver packet to PP , Ideas ~ ec rente submission and routing -GIS connect to codes/overlays, etc. -Better pre-apps -Better info for applicants -Utilize conflict resolution procedure -Can we facilitate issues a ny better? -Admin person could do part of this - 55 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 62 of 70 SOP Review: Environmental Process Process Steps Resources Issues Ideas C:J /i No I See pu~ re-zone process for remaining process steps No ,.- Pend for state permits or adjust plans ':' Yes I Yes Work with applicant and CA to get approved/ registered -Rev staff -CA -Applicant -Manually intensive -CA often holds things up -Admin person handle -Have CA have their own reviewer on CO+ Q '" - 56- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant SOP Review: Environmental Process Process Steps Resources Issues Ideas Aoenda Item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 63 of 70 i ~ ~ I , ,. Approve case in CD+ ... . B ring cover sheeU packet back to PP (see PUD Rezone for improvement ideas) If ( Done) I \ I I I I I LI I , I i ~ - 57 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 64 of 70 Environmental Review Staff: Ideas for Improvement (Productivity and Quality) Hire Tech Position to: 1) Handle general inquiry calls 2) Handle intake of walk-ins 3) Handle admln element of CE's 4) Handle simple building permits 5) Process permits 6) Schedule coordination of cases through committees/committee admln 7) Work tracking database 8) GMP sufficiency reviews 9) More.. Align functions better with job levels and responsibilities, taking routine admin work away from reviewers and management in order to reduce interruptions and increase overall value added time. Increases job satisfaction. Creates "center" to team. Mitigates increased workload affect from taking on building permit review Shift work from review staff to admin person 1800 1800 (1) Create/classify tech position or use one that is existing, (2) Obtain approval for new position or reallocate existing open slot. (3) Post. interview, hire. (4) Find space. (5) Create training plan/train. 2 Implement Telecommuting lmpprove productivity due to quiet To be determined. but 720 720 (1) Confirm technical 1) Probably 1 - 2 daysl\Neek for review location and ability to experience and studies ability to access participants focus, Should increase job shovv there Is likely to be an required programs satisfaction for those who are average increase of 10% for (CD+, Webxtender, interested. Also allows for flexible each participant. (Assume etc.) (2) Purchase 1 or work arraangement such as 4 members take advantage 2 laptops, (3) Develop working at home to attend a and work 1800 hours/year .. interest and schedule, personal appointment, decreasing 10%). (4) Consider travel time. Implications on team members, (5) Pilot/track/refine. KG to assist in planning meetings for this initiative 3 Continue to follow the conflict Saves time in backpedaling, 2 - 3/month frequency; from 360 720 Enforce procedure resolutIon proced ure. In so reduces conflict, reduces need to 5 - 40 hours to deal with doing, assure staff are figure out to work around including all departments, Involved prior to any unintended consequences later levels of management. etc decisions; consider deferring Responds to planning community, Assume 10 hours for decisions from Initial meeting but also respects departments and Environmental Staff/incident until 48 hours later after all assures all involved before final plus 25% additional for appropriate staff have offered decision is made management time Range their views. Push down as considers all CDES staff many communications and Involved. meetings as possible. 4 Redefine requirements for Until preselVes are set it is Sequential process will 250 2500 Review with Zoning simultaneous review for impossible to approve an SDP. assure that there is not department, possible PUDZlSOP's to require that Therefore applicants and staff unnecessary repeat work DSAC approval? the preserves be set and the spend time on submittals that and/or reviews for the SDP. Consider adding other EAC hearing has been have no chance of getting Staff estimates this would critical items such as completed prior to submitting approved save 2 SOP repeat transportation the SOP revieWs/case. We estimate requirements to this each review takes staff 5 "first phase" approach. hours on average Of approx 50 submitted each year, estimate half go for simultaneous review. - 58 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Aaend3 item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 65 of 70 5 Planners more involved in Better alignment of responsibilty Could save average of 5 160 160 (1) Gain agreement preparation for EAC meetings with planner who is aware of the hours/case X 32 cases in from Planning to shift 1) Set and communicate overall schedule, and responsible 2005 this function. (2) Add schedule and for coordination of this type item to CD+. (3) deadlines for staff report Environmental staff spend much Create location for 2) Manage schedule and time trying to get others to do their common drive and departments to set schedule portions, and in preparing packets, communicate. 3) Expedite completion of staff etc for the meeting; taking time report amongst all departments away from value added tasks 4) Env Services will retain getting approvals and including in meeting mailing. 6 Cre~te crlteri~ for sufficiency Don't accept until really ready for Should reduce repeat 80 80 Document and train of EIS for the Intake Team review reviews. Potential is intake team including for EtS's, and including one/review/case. Assume 2 having alt standard notes on hours/case Get about 35 - plan placed in one plave criteria 40/year for the PMP 7 Better office space - Improve speed of reviews, more Improve working conditions 500 500 (1) Effective space specifically apparatus to allow comfort for staff members which will lead to somewhat planning for new for plan review Improved productivity and/or location. (2) In mean improved morale. Estimate time purchase one or 1/2 hour/review times two drafting tables approximately 1000 located in area to assist reviews/year with reviews. TOTAL HOURS SAVED FOR 3870 6480 REVIEW STAFF BY THESE RECOMMENDA TIONS Minus addition of Tech -1800 -1800 pes itia" Net productivity benefit Or, close to one full time 2070 4680 from identified changes review staff member in Environmental Services IMMEDIATE - QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS 8 Combine Environmental PLEASE SEE SEPARATE Specialists from Inspections SUMMARY OF THIS and PUD Monitoring with RECOMMENDATION existing Environmental SelVlces Staff 9 Set preserve boundaries as In order to have an effective pre. Earlier identification of Cannot (1) Meet with Zoning close as possible during pre- application meeting sufficient issues: should reduce later be and get agreement to app meeting on PUD/rezones information must be provided for conflid and Improve quality :::ertain it change requirements. 1) Have pre-apps on PUO's revIew Delay In prOViding tnis of submiSSion and/or reduce will (2) Communicate to 2) Environmental Consultant critical info definitely will add number of re-submits reduce affected parties (3) attend pre-app when an EIS is duration to the projed and most number Implement. needed or listed species on site certainly will add additonal of 3) V\le identify and clarify the reveiws and re-work on potenti ally reviews, pecking order for estalbishment many aspects of the project but it will and definition of preserve area Improve communi cation and avoid future conflict See #4 benefits. - 59 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 66 of 70 1 Reduce re-work associated with In as many as 1/3 of the cases In addition to the assurance 200 (1) Work with Planning 0 errors when change. from the going before the cepe and of quality, staff estimates hours Staff to implement EAC mtg .,.. not adequately subsequently the BOCC there is that fully 113 of the cases offset by recommendations. May made In plans and cepe staff an inaccuracy resulting from that go to the CC PC have adding require changes to C D+ report and In BOCC Executive missing a change required by the errors that cause future re- review to allow additional Summaries 1) Principal planner coordinates EAC. Not only does this result in work. They further estimate step after submittal. preparation of staff reports, e quality issue, it causes staff that, conservatively, 20 meeting Environmental staff provides much re-work time later when additional staff hours plus all relevant language dissonant plans exist and have to others (management, 2) Environmental staff provide be dealt with. administrator) will be spent stipulation language to PP for any to deal with/correct changes coming from the EAC 20 hours x 10 cases (1/3 of meeting. those going to EAC in 2005) 3) PP gets changes from the EAC meeting to the cepe meeting and all further changes into Executive Summary for the SOCC meeting. 4) Environmental department manager signs off on staff report to BOCC for meetings. 1 Work with Building Time wasted; looks bad to Occurs 3/week for the Quality (1) Meet with building 1 department to improve their customer department and wastes and department and seek tracking of projects so they are average of 1/2 hour each Custome ways to implement -_ not coming to Env to learn the time r Service possible improved use project is back with them ofCD+ 1 2 Improve Conservation Easement Process/Align Responsibility 1)~ conservation easements (Intake Team) to be submitted with the review following the approval of the preserve area 2) Have County Attorney be listed as separate reviewer so status is accurately reflected as such rather than as Environmental Review holding case up 3) Have new Admin staff person handle administrative work related to this requirement This requirement often comes in much later and adds significant overall duration to the review. Also, this creates the '"appearance'" that the Environmental Review staff is holding up the review. Since all EIS's have to be reviewed by the CA. they should be held accountable for getting the work done on time, or at least take it out of the Environmental realm. Reduce repeat submittals and denials for this reason, reducing staff time. Also will speed up the overall process if this comes in at this time giving tile CA office time to review while other reviews are occurring. o hours, but likely to shorten overall duration for customer (1) Educate intake team and clients about the new requirement. (2) Add CA to CD+. 1 3 Electronic Submission and Routing Technology feasibility study. Hire consulting firm to do feasibility study. Conduct a feasibility study to understand the potential benefits, costs and implementation tasks associated with a transition from the paper oriented processes of today to electronic processes to determine whether this can have the productivity impact hypothesized for the division. Also would support remote work locations. Impact to be deveioped as part of the study. Expected to be the largest potential impact of ail suggesti ons. - 60- Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item No. 10H January 9, 2007 Page 67 of 70 Staffing Plans - Environmental Review Staff Functions Review and Alignment: To-Be Title # New Role Outline % Time Environmental 1 . General Admin . 50% Tech Position 0 Answer department phones 0 Handle general inquiries for functions 0 Add cases to tracking database 0 Produce reports from tracking database . Assist Reviewers . 50% 0 Swap-outs 0 Intake of pennit apps/pre-review 0 Process pennit apps 0 Admin process of variances 0 Admin process of Conservation Easements 0 Schedule coordination of cases through EAC, CCPC, BOCC, advel1ising, CA review, etc. 0 Handle building pennits or at least environmental type questions for BP's. Best solution would be to have fully trained BP staff to handle all related functions. Can we do? Environmental 6 . Review Applications: Apply the codes . 75% Specialist 0 Review all project types 0 Meet with clients 0 Pre-apps 0 Site visits 0 Review pemlit apps 0 Validate necessary penllits and site preparedness . M eeti ngs/Presenta ti ons . 10% 0 EAC Meetings . Present . EAC Staff reports 0 BOCC . Prepare Executive Summaries . Present/attend 0 CCPC . Attend on occasion 0 Attend industry meetings/networking (maybe should be Sf. responsibility) 0 Attend Interagency meetings as educational opp or when have difficult case/send both staff member and Sr rep . 10% . Admin''HR 0 General Public Assistance 0 Staff meetings 0 Train new staff . 5% 0 Professional development . Policy Development 0 Recommend changes to code based on day to day application Senior ES 1 . INDEPENDENT REVIEWER doing all of above but with little Same as supervision and provides expel1ise to management staff, and above customers as needed . Assist in training new staff . Applies/interprets code for intemal and extemal audiences - 61 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 68 of 70 Principal ES . Does all above, plus . 80% . Assist the Manager in one or more of the following key areas: . 20% 0 Policy development 0 Code language development 0 EAC liaison 0 Subcommittee representative Supervisor . Process Oversight Responsibilities for entire department . 50% 0 Workload distribution 0 Oversee training of staff (new and existing) 0 Meet with clients on controversial cases and to assure consistency in application of codes 0 Maintain current Training Manual 0 Compile check lists and Section SOPs for reviews, etc 0 Control . Review progress towards goals/adjust as needed (tracking) . Case audits to assure consistency . 50% . Review workload - acceptable to level of proficiency and tenure . Manage all Environmental Specialists and Tech position 0 HR decisions for reporting staff . Selection, discipline, reviews, time off . Training: identify needs, find programs . Performance appraisals . Oversee professional development/training via the Career Progression Path including on ones with staff 0 Assure consistency in code application 0 Attend client meetings as needed 0 Attend pre-app meetings with new staff until they are fully trained Manager I . HR decisions . 15% 0 Selection, discipline, reviews, time off 0 Training: identify needs, find programs 0 Perfonnance appraisals 0 Oversee professional development/training via the Career Progression Path including on ones with staff . Management . 25% 0 Adequate work space/environment/etc. 0 Attend weekly staff meeting 0 Coach Repolting staff . 10% . Re-evaluate and approve all departmental procedures and policies . 25% . Code Development/Refinement/ Amendments/Application 0 Crafts and Recommends changes 0 GMP Sufficiency Reviews 0 GMP Private Amendments 0 SME for all issues intel11al and extemal . 5% . Budget 0 Develop and Monitor (recommendation authority) 0 Sign off on expenditures . 10% . Intel11al/Extemal Relations 0 Meet with clients only as needed on special, difficult cases 0 Maintain good relationships with all related agencies 0 Maintain good relationships with key intel11al and extemal - 62 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant .Aaenda Item NO.1 OH ~ January 9, 2007 Page 69 of 70 clients . Consider a monthly meeting amongst manager . 10% level within planning/zoning, intake team, engineering, building department to build camaraderie and create a vehicle for communication . Oversee Special Projects assigned to Principal and Senior ES's 0 Act as Collier County Subject Matter Expert (SME) Director 1 . Management/Control . 20% 60% of time on 0 Oversee/Coach Principal ES and maybe Senior ES Environmental 0 Exception management regarding weekly reporting Services 0 Only very few cases involved in details . Budget - final approval . 5% . HR actions - final approval . 5% . Procedures - final approval, ifneeded . 5% . Regulatory . 20% 0 More time on the regulatory side of getting the reviews done - consistency 0 More policy/procedure guidance for staff 0 LDC/GMP Amendments . 5% . EAC Committee Support - 63 - Environmental Services Final Report, March 2006 Kimberley Grant, Senior Management and Operations Consultant Agenda Item NO.1 OH January 9, 2007 Page 70 of 70 Staffing Plan for Environmental Services and Variables Affecting Kim, Bill, Barbara February and March 2006 - # Review Staff Description 4 Today (Steve, Laura, Summer, Kirsten) 1 Susan 5 Total today (effective) plus 2 New staff (Holly, Claudia) mmus -1 Susan (should move away from doing reviews) 6 Staff available in 6 months - relative~y fully trained plus 0.5 Laura to computer system upgrade plus 0.25 Stop overtime Total future need (so additional staff allows Susan to move to her appropriate job functions and allows for no OT and covers Laura while 6.75 on computer system upgrade) plus 1 Need to handle BP - new functions plus 1 Bench strength mmus -0.5 Shift work to admin person minus -0.5 Improvements from other list of changes developed by Staff plus 0.25 To allow for Professional Development/Meeting Attendance 8 Total Needfor Review Staff plus 1 Total Need for Admin Staff (NEW) plus 1 Total Need for Manager plus 1 Total Need for Supervisor 11 Total Staff-Needed 8 Total Staff - Have 3 Additional Staff Needed (2 Review. ] Admin) - 64- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 12A January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 ",_. RECOMMENDATION TO AUTHORIZE THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD TO PRESENT A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE HAAB ORDINANCE NO. 91-37, AS AMENDED, AND CODIFIED AS CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE VIII, DIVISION 7, IN THE CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES, AMENDING SECTION 7, FUNCTIONS POWERS AND DUTIES, TO CLARIFY THE HAAB'S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES, AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. OBJECTIVE: For the Board of County Commissioners to authorize the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board (HAAB) to present a proposed amendment to the HAAB Ordinance. Clearer language in the Ordinance will assure the Board's ability to interact with other Committees and governmental entities in studying issues that impact the Hispanic Community. The proposed amendment is attached. CONSIDERATIONS: The HAAB Ordinance was enacted in 1991, and there have been significant changes in Collier County and its Hispanic community since 1991. As such, the HAAB has reviewed its enabling ordinance and recommends a slight revision for clarity and to more clearly reflect the HAAB'S goals and objectives. For example, HAAB recommends that rather than limiting its review to problems "unique" to the Hispanic community, that the HAAB review problems "within" the community as other groups are experiencing similar problems and concerns. ,- The HAAB will continue to work closely with the Board of County Commissioners and provide periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners on issues of concern to the Hispanic community. The HAAB will bring the proposed amendment back to the Board of County Commissioners for public discussion and Board approval after advertisement. FISCAL IMPACT: There will be no fiscal impact to the County with this report. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact expected with this report. RECOMMENDATION: The HAAB recommends that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the HAAB to present a proposed amendment to HAAB Ordinance No. 91-37, as amended. Attachment: Proposed Ordinance Amendment PREPARED BY: Colleen M. Greene Assistant County Attorney Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Dale: Aosnda lIem No. 121'. , January 9. 2007 Page 2 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1Z'A Recommendation to authonze the '"1lspanic ,A,ftalrs advisory board to present a procosE'd amendment to the ,i-jt-.AB O'-dinance No 91-37, as amended, and COdlflE':]' as Chapter 2, An:::::le VIII, DivIsion 7, in the Cede of :"'aws and Ordinances. amending Section 7. Functions Powers and Duties, to Gianfy the Hl,.f,8s goals arid objectives and :Jrovldng an eftective dale 119J2007 9:000C AM Date Preps red B~' Colleen Greene County Attorney Assistant County Attorner County Attorney Office 12/20/20061 :30:55 PM Date Approved By Colleen Greene County Attorney Assistant COlmty Attorner County Attorney Office 1212012006 1 :50 PM Date Approved By David C. Weigel County Attorney County Attorney County Attorney Office 12121/20062:53 PM Dilte Approved By Michaol Pettit County Attorney Ctlief Assistant COllnty Attorney County Attorney Office 12122/20062:03 PM Date Approved By Nancy Bradley County tlHorney Legal Secretary County Attorney- Office 12/22/2006 2: 11 PM DatE App roved By ~Jancy Bradley County Attorney Lefjat Secretary County Attorney Office 12/22.'20062:11 prol1 Date Approved By OMS Coordinator C:;U:lty l/Ian.nger's OffJGe IA cimi nistrativE; P,ssistZHlt Office of M3nagernent & Budget 12;'Z2/2006 3: 19 PM Date Approved By Mark IS<1ckson CC1unty r'l!a-nagcrs OfficI';: Budget I\n..iyst Off!ce of Managell'wnt & Budget 12J27f2006 9;31 AM Dale Approved By Leo E Ckirs. Jr. Board of County C()!YlITlissioners Deputy County M~nager County M,mager's Offjce 12.'27i200b 11:00 _~\r',1 Agenda Item No.12A January 9, 2 07 Page 3 f 4 ORDINANCE NO. 2007-_ AN ORDINANCE AMENDING COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 91-37, AS AMENDED, AND CODIFIED AS CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE VIII, DIVISION 7, IN THE CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES, BY AMENDING SECTION SEVEN, FUNCTIONS POWERS A.1'I\D DUTIES; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT AND SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION ON THE CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, on , the Board of County Commissioners approved revisions to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Ordinance. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida established the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board through Ordinance 91-37, as amended. WHEREAS, the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board has reviewed its Ordinance and recommends an amendment to assure the HAAB's ability to interact with other committees and governmental entities in studying issues that impact the Hispanic Community. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners approves the HAAB's recommended Ordinance amendment. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER CONTY, FLORIDA, that: SECTION ONE: Amendment to Section Seven of Ordinance 91-37, as amended. The Board of County Commissioners hereby amends Section Seven of Collier County Ordinance No. 91-37, as amended, as follows: SECTION SEVEN. Functions. powers and duties. The functions, powers and duties of the Hispanic affairs advisory board shall be as follows: 1. The board shall identify and evaluate problems ~ within the Hispanic communityc 2. The board shall reVIew and recommend ways to ensure open communication between minorities the Hispanic communitv and the county government). The board shall provide periodic reports directly to the board of county commissioners for review. 4. The board may and is encoum;ed to have joint meetings with the Black affairs ad'iisory board other advisorv boards when deemed necessary to evaluate ~5 concerns and/or issues common to both the Hispanic and Black communities ~oards. SECTION TWO: Conflict and Severability. In the event this Ordinance conflicts with any other ordinance of Collier County or other applicable law, the more restrictive shall apply. If any phrase or portion of the Ordinance is held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validIty of the remaining portion. Words Underlined are added; Words Struck Through are deleted. Agenda 11em No. ~2A January 9. 2 07 Page 4 f 4 PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida this _ day of ,2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA. By: Deputy Clerk By: , Chairman Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: COLLEEN M. GREENE Assistant County Attorney 2 Words Underlined are added; Words Strucl< Through are deleted. Agenda Item No. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 18 .".......... EXECUTIVE SUMMARY RECOMMENDATION THAT THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REVIEW THE COLLIER COUNTY ETHICS ORDINANCE NO. 04-05, AS AMENDED, DISCUSS THE STATUS OF THE ORDINANCE AND POSSIBLE REVISIONS, AND DIRECT THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE TO RETURN WITH A PROPOSED AMENDMENT IF DESIRED. OBJECTIVE: For the Board of County Commissioners to review the Collier County Ethics Ordinance, discuss the status of the ordinance and possible revisions, and direct the County Attorney's Office to return with a proposed amendment if desired. CONSIDERA TIONS: At the regularly scheduled BCC meeting on October 10, 2006, public speaker and registered lobbyist, Nancy Payton, addressed the Board to discuss her concerns with the Ethics Ordinance. The issue ?\.is. Payton presented was whether attorney-lobbyists may be required to disclose their clients' identities at BCC and other meetings. The Board requested that the County Attorney's Office bring this item back for discussion purposes. ",-", The question of whether the BCC may require an attorney to disclose his or her clients' identity in a non-quasi judicial/legislative proceeding is difficult. Attorney conduct is governed by the Florida Supreme Court pursuant to the Florida Constitution. Rule 4-1.6, Rules Regulating the Florida Bar, provides that a lawyer shall not reveal information relating to the representation of a client unless the client gives inforn1ed consent. If the BCC elects to require the attorney- lobbyists to disclose their clients' identity at a county proceeding, the attorney-lobbyist will be required to secure the client's informed consent prior to disclosure for compliance with the local ordinance. Alternatively, the attorney would be compelled to withdraw from representation. The Board should note that it cannot compel the disclosure of the client identity in any absolute way. The approach suggested here has been adopted by the Florida Bar in implementing the new lobbyist statute. A second issue for review is whether the attorney-lobbyist client list should be updated annually. The current ordinance requires the lobbyist to register one time and provide his or her client list at the time of the initial registration. There is cUITently no duty for the lobbyist to update his or her client list. The renewal only requires payment of an annual fee. The BCC may consider whether to require all lobbyists to update their client list annually when they renew their registration. FISCAL IMPACT: There will be no fiscal impact to the County with this item. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. .....- LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: Any amendment to the Ethics Ordinance will be researched and drafted by the County Attorney's Office. Executive Summary Page 2 of2 ..L\genda Item t'-lo. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 18 RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners review the Collier County Ethics Ordinance and direct the County Attomey's Office to return with a proposed amendment if desired. Attachment: Collier County Ordinance No. 04-05, as amended Prepared by: Colleen M, Greene, Assistant County Attorney Michael W. Pettit, Chief Assistant County Attorney Agen(ja Item No, 123 January'9, Page 3 18 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONEHS Item Number: 1.?B Item Summary: RecommendatlGn tha: tl1e 808:-:1 of County Commissioners review the CallIer County EthiCS Drdinanc€ No Q..:,.05 as 8mended discuss the status of the ordinance and pOSSlbi& reVisions and jlrect the Co~nty Attorney's Office to return with a pro;::Josed amendment IT cleSlred Meeting Dale: 1/9/200790000 AM Prepa red By Colleen Greene Assistant County Attorner D3te County Attorney Countr Attorney Office 12/22/20062:00:17 PM Approved By David C. Weigel County Attorney Date CClunty Attorney County Attorney Office 12/22/20062:06 PM Approved By OMS Coordin;:ttor Administrative Assistant Date County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12f22/2006 3:25 PM Approved By Leo E. Oel1s, Jr. Deputy County Manager Dattl Bo..rd of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12/2712006 11 :04 AM '.:Iro.l.\geriMi~nJ No. 128 ~fJ4 "Janu~O!l' 9,2007 IV p~' - 1 0 i [-Fm .- :Ja~\ or u J; lBlMD ::2 9a " ~ ~ AN ORDINANCE OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORID,~~ ~~ :\I\IENI>ING ORIHNANCE !\"U\1BER 2003-53 KI\O\\'N AS 9<?"SZt>Z~-t:L TilE COLLIER COLNTY ETHICS ORDINANCE; l'IWVIDIi'iC A TITLE AND CITATION; PIHWI1)ING SCOPE; PROVIDING A STATEMEl\T OF POLICY; I)ROVWING FINDINGS; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; I)IWVIDING STANDARDS OF CONDUCT; I'ROV'lDli\G FOR LOBBYIST REGISTRATION; PROVIDING FOR I)OST-EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTIONS; PROVIDING SlIPPLEl\IE:'IITAL PROVISIONS; PI{OVIDING PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT AND SEVERABlLlT\'; PROVIDING FOR fNCLUSION IN TilE CODE Of LAWS AND OIWINANCESj AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE HATE. ORDINANCE NO. 2004--92- WHEREAS, Ch<.iptcr 11:2, Pan Ill, Florida Statutes, est<.iblishes a code of ethics and provides standards of conduct for public officers and employees; and WHEREAS. the l311~m.J prevIOusly adopted a Collier County Ethics Ordimlncc to complement and enhance the State stamJaI'ds set forth in Chapter 112, Florida Statutes, In order to further thc puhlic's trust in theIr local government; and WHEREAS, the Board desil'es, through this Ordinance, to clarify and strengthen the Collier County Ethics OnJin;Jnce. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMl'vlISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that the Code of Laws and Ordmances or Collter COllnty, Flonda, shall read as rollows: SECTION ONE: TITLE AND CITATION This Ordinance shall be known and cited as the "Collier County Ethics Ordinance." SECTIO:-.l 1'\'\10: SCOPE This Ordmance shall apply to all public servants of the Collier County Board of County Commissioners, which includes public officials. whether elected or appointed, and all county employees. SFfTION THREE: STA TEMEl'IT OF POLICY It is the public policy of Collier County that public servants work for the benefit of the citizens of Collier County. It is the responsibility of each public servant to act in a manner that contributes to ensuring the public's trust in its government. In particular, to always be honest with the public they serve, and to be good stewards of the tax dollars entrusted to them. To this end, an individual covered by this Ordinance shall (I) not use his or her position as a public servant for unlawful gain or enrichment, (2) avoid conduct that gives the appearance of impr~priety in the perfonnanee of his or her public duties, nnd (3) not accept any items of value I - Words :;truc); throu;h are deleted, words underlined are added. Agenda Item No. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 18 if the public servant knows or reasonably should have known that it was gi ven with the intent to reward or influence him or her in the performance or nonperformance of his or her public duties. The st,ilel1lent of policy and general standards of conduct set forth in thili section arc not subject to tile penalties prnvided (or in this Ordin,lIlce. SECTION FOUR: FINDINGS (u) The report submitted 10 the Collier County Bl)ard of County Commissioners ("Board') on September 15, ! 998, oy the Ad Hoc Ethics Standards Review Committee ("Committce"), recommended the udoption of a local ethics code. (b) The Board finds that the legislative intent aJlu ueclarmion of policies set fonh in Section 111.31 I, Florida Statutes, sets forth a laudable philosophy regarding the purpose, scope and upplication of ethics laws in relation to county officers und employees. Moreover, the Board also finds, based on the Committee's report. that additIOnal. more stringent requirements are needed with regard to lobbyists, gifts, and post-collnty employment reslrictions in order 10 promote and protect the public trust in its local government. (c) Section 1 L2.326, FIoridu Statutes, authorizes the Board to impose more stringent Standards of conduct and disclosure requirements. beyond those speCIfied in Chupter 112, Part III, Florida Statutes, upon its own officers and employees provided that said standards of conduct and disclosure requirements do nol otherwise conflict with Chapter 112, Pan Ill, Florida Statutes. (d) Section 125.69(1). Florida Statutes, provides, in peninent part, that violations of county ordinances shall be prosecuted in the same manner as misdemeanors are prosecuted. Such violations shall be punished by a rine not to exceed $500.00 or by imprisonment in the county jail not to exceed sixty (60) days or by both such fine and imprisonment. The Board fUlther finds that an efficient and effective method for the determination of allegations uf violations of the additional more stringent ethical standards set forth in this Ordinance is rhrough local enforcement thereof. (e) Section 112.3/3(13), Florida Statutes, authorizes the Board to adopt an ordinance establishing post-employment restrictions for certain designated county employees. (f) The Board finds that preservation of the integrity of the governmental decision-making process is essential to the continued functioning of an open government. Therefore, in order to 2 - Words struck throHgh are deleted. words underlined arc added. Aaenda Item ~~o. 128 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 13 preserve and maintain the Illtegrity or the process and to hetler infuJ"ll1 the citizens nr elTorts to influence legislatl ve hranch ilctiol1, the Board finds it appropriate to require public registration and disclosure 01' the idenlity uf certain persons who attempt to influellce actions of the 130ard or ;'..:tlons of any 01- the County's quasi-jlllliclal boards. (gl Sectlon 112.3148(2)([1), rlorida Statutes, authorizes the Board to est.lhlish a local registration process 1m lohhyists. The Board finds that sllch a registration process serves III promote and protect goyemmental integrity as well as to foster open govemment. The Board further finds that slIch a public registration proces& for lobbyists may assist to promote full compliill1ce by lobbyist,; \\ilh the lobbYist gift reponing requirements sct forth in Section 112.3148, Florida Statute~. (h) The Board rinds that more stringent requm:ments arc neetled with regartl to the vallie of gifts that may he provided by l(Jbbyist~ to public otllcers and elllployee~ beyond the standards set forth in Section ] 12.3] 48. Florida Statute~ Specifically, the Board finds that a zero gift Ii mi [, 1';' ,her than S 10000 as sct fOl1h by Section 1] 2.3148, Florida Statutes, should be enactcd in order to better promote and preserve the integrity of the govcmmental decision-makmg process. (1) The Board finds that additional gift prohibitions are necessary for public officials prohibiting the receipt of any gift or any other thing uf monetary value from anyone who the puhlie official knows or rea&onably should know is any way attempting to affect the official actions, business or fin:mces of the county or from anyone that hilS an intefe&t that may be substantially affected by the performance or nonperformance of duties of a public official. The Board further finds thut prohibitions ure necessal)' in regard to gifts between official superiors and subordinate public official~ in order to preserve the ethical integrity of the performance of public service by County human resources. (j) Collier County Offiec of the County Administrator, Administrative Procedure, Instruction 5311 (F) (Code of Ethics/Standards of Conduct), restricts Collier County employees from receiving gifts or other items of value in connection with the performance of official duties. Said restrictions exist separate and independent from the provisions of this Ordinance and Pan 111, Ch. 112, Florida Statutes. (k) Nothing in lhis Ordinance shall be construed to ehi II, restrict or prohibit the free exercise 3 - Words -struck throu.;h are deleted, words underlined arc added. Agenda Item No. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 18 of any citizen's constlluliona) rights, including, blll nOI limited to, the righl to petition his or her County government or exercise his or her rights of free speech. SECTION FIVE: nEFrNrT10NS (a) For the purposes of this Ordinance, the definItions contained in ClliIpter J I::!, Pan HI, Florida Swtutcs, shall ;Jpply and control, in accordance with the subject malter, unlt:ss the text and/or context of this Ordinance provides olherwise. Ad\'isory Board .'v[ember means any person appointed by the Board of County Commissioners to any Cuunty hoard, committee or authority which has any final decision-making authority. Such Boards include, hut <.Ire not limlled to: Airport Authority Coli ier County Code Enforcement Board Collier Cuunty Planning Commission Contractors Licensing Board Li brary Advi sory Board Public Vehicle Advisory Committee Utility Authority COllllt'" Emplo\,ee shall mean anv emplovee of Collier County, regardless of whether the emplovee is ultimatel\! supervised bv the Board of COLlnt\! Commissioners. the Count v !\'fanager, the Count\! Atlomey. the AirpoTl Authority or the Executive Director of the Airpol1 Authority. COll!lty Managerial Employee shall me2n the County Manager, Assistant and/or Deputy County Manager, County Attorney, Chief Assistunt County Attorney and all Division Administrators, and Department and Authority Directors of Collier County Government. Also included in this definition are those county employees actively engaged in selecting contractors or in supervising, overseeing, or vouchering for contract performance. Gift shall have the definition contained in Chapter 1 r 2, Part In, Florida Statutes, with the following additions and exceptions: (I) Additions: a. Initiation fees. (2) Exceptions: 4 - Words strucl; througH are deleted, words underlined are added. .Aoenda ilem r'>Jo. 128 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 18 "Gift" sh~11 not include: ~. Sal:lr)', hcm:fils. ~nviecs, kcs, L:OIl1Il1ISSIOns, gins, or expenses associatcd solely with Ihe donee\ 11ll11-COUI1IY cl11ploymCI1I, hu~il1css, or servin: ;IS an emplnvce. olfici:t1 or dirc\:wr or:1 corporation or nrganiz.IIJon. However. (or purposes of this exemption from the definition of "gift" in this Ordinance, public servants mal' onlv enl!al!e In such non-county emplovment or economic aClivity if: (I) sllch D!2!l-eoun!.temnlovment oI-ec()nomic~livitv oocs no!creatc u conniet of interest ~s defined hI' Secllon 112.312(8). Flonda Statutes. if., :1 situation in which rel:aro for a privute intercst tcnds to lead 10 disregard of J publie duty or intercst; :.md (2) all Jpplicahlc county admini~trat1\:e procedurcs governin~ sllch non-county emplovmcnt or economic activity are followed. b. CunlnhullollS or C\pclldltures reported pursuant to Chapler lOCI, Florida Statutes, campaign-related personal services provided wilhom compensation by individuals volullteenng their time, or any other contribution or expenditure by a political party. c. Gifts received from relallves, as defined in this section, 01' gifts received from a persun who shares the same permanent legal residence at the time of the gift. However, no emplo>ee public servant shall participate in the sclectlon of a vendor or the ~pproYal of a contract if that employee has I'cceived a gift from someone representing Ihe vendor or a contracting party, Including gifls from relatives. Furthermore. no public servant shall [1articipale in pcrmitting or inspection dccisions if that emplovee has received a !:'ift from the permit or inspection applicant/potential recipient or the applicant/potential recipient's principal, includin!:' gifts from rclative~. d. Food or beverage accepted when (i) offered free in the course of a professional or civic meeting or group function at which attembnce is desirable because it will assist the person in performing his or her official dUlies; or (ii) provided to all panelists or speakers when a person is participating as a panelist or speaker in a program, seminar, or educational conference. 5 - Words slruc!; through are deleted, words underlined are added. Agenda Item No. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 18 In addition to all other circumstances where this Ordinance allows public scrvants [0 <Iccept food and hevenlges, and notwithstanding any other section of this Ordinance 01' personnel manu,1I to the contrary, public olTici.lIs and all county elllplll)'C\:S 111~IY acccpl food or bevcrage .15 mcntioned :llll)vC in this suhsection and consumed at a single sIlting or event only if the costs for said food or beveruge do not excced the rate for the appropriute per diem allowance for said mc'll as provided in Chapter 112, Florida Statutes. If, under circumstances beyond the control of the donee, the costs exceed the per dicm rate, the donee may accept said food or hevemge hut shall file a wriLlen disclosurc statement within rivc working days of the acccptance with the County Manager on a form provided by tile County Manager. The v;lluc uf food ur beverages, for purposes of this subscction, sh<lll be thc pril:e that the consuming public would be expected to P<lY for the same item(s). c. Unsolicited udvcl1ising or promotion~1 material such as pens, pencils, notep<lds, calendars, und othcr items of nominal commerclul valuc may be acccpted from indlviduuls or entities that are not currently in a contractu;lI relationship or reasonably likely to seek a contractual relationship with Collier County. Unsolicited job-related litcrature may be <Iccepted as wcll. f Gifts given for participution in a program, semin~r, or educutionul conference when such gifts are: 1, Of nominal commcrcial valuc, and 2. In the nature of a remembrance traditional to the particular sponsOling entity, or 3. Provided to all participants in the program. g. An award, plaque, certificate, or similar personalized item of nominal commercial value given in recognition of the donee's public, civic, charitable, or professional service. h. A rate or terms on a debt, loan, goods, or services, which rate and terms ure customary and are at a government rate and terms available to all other similarly situated government employees or officials, or rates and terms which .arc available 6 - Words :;truck througlt arc dclcted, worus underlined are added. AGenda item No. 128 ~ January 9, 2007 Page10of18 to similarly sitU;JICd mcml1ers of the public l1y \.irluc 01 Llccupation, affili,ltion, agc. religion, sex, or n,itlon;d origin. I. Food or beverage items when offered as a customary coullesv to all attendees at any husiness mcetin!.! or business activit\' at which attendance by the public serv.lIll(s) in question is required or aporopriate for purposes of performing countv ioh duties or count v responsibilities. provided thai such food or beverage items would have a reasollablv estimated value of no more than $4.0Q to an\' member of the consuming public. Bv wav of example, such food and bevcrage items may include a cup of coffee. a soda. bottled water, cookies or donuts. [ohbvillg shall mean, for 4-ret.'-t compensation: influencing or attempting 10 influence legislative or Ljuasi-Juuicial action or nOlHlcllon through oral or written communication or an attempt 10 obtClin the good will of a r.1ember or employee of the Board or of a Collier County advisory board or a quasi-Judicial board. Lobbvi!if shail mean: (l) Any nutural person who. for 4rec+compensation, seeks, or sOllght during the preceding twelve months, to influence the government<J1 decision-making of a rC["JOrting individual or procurement employee or hiS or her agency or seeks, or sought during the preceding twelve monlhs, to encourage the passage, defeat, or modification of any proposal or recommendation by the reporting inuividual or procurement employee or hiS or her agency. (2) A person who is employed and recei ves payment, or who contracts for economic consJderntion, for the purpose of lobbying, or a person who is principally employed for governmental affairs by another person or governmental entity to lobby on bchulf of that other person or governmental entity. (3) A person who registers with the Board as a lobbyist pursuant to this Ordinance. (4) Attomeys representing clients in quasi-judiei<J! matters are not considered lobbyists or engaged in lobbying since, as judicial officers, their conduct is regulated exclusively by the judicial branch. However, attomeys representing clients or interests in legislative mattcrs, for ffife€i compensation, ;Ire cngaged in lobhying and arc subject to thc provisions contained in this Ordinance, 7 - Words strucl~ thr~ arc deleted, words underlined arc added. Agenda Item r\!o. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 18 Numina! COII/lllercia! Va[lIe means unyLhing with u value of Jess than $50.()O in the marketplace. Princil',,1 shall mean the pason, firm. corporation, or' uther entity that h;J5 employed or retained a lohhyist. Procllremcllt F.JIIPlnvee means any eountv employee who act; velv participates throug,h decision, approval. disapproval, recommendution. preparation of any part of u purchase rc(]uest. illflucncill~ the cnl1lcnt oj' allY specif'icatioll or procurement standard, renderinl! of ,tdvicc, investigation. or allditin~ or in allY other advisory cupacitv in the procurement of cOl1lructuaJ services or commodilies. Public qtlicial means memhers of the Board of County Commissioners, udvisory board members. :JI1d county manageri~1 employees. Public Sen.'{III! includes all public uffieials~efirl!~d above, and all county employees. ef...ifte Board or Count) Comrmssioners. as defined in this Ordinance. Relative, as used 111 this Ordinance, is one who is relined to another by blood. murriage. or adoptiun. The following relationships arc included in Ihis definition: hushand, wife, pan:nl. child, brother, sister, gnmdparenL grandchild, uncle, aunt. nephew, niece. f'irst cousin, father-in- law. mother-in-law, son-in-law. daughler-in-Jaw, brother-in-Jaw, sister-in-law, stepfather, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister, step grandparent, step grandchild, half brother, and half siSler, Re{7(}rtill~ Individual meuns any public servant. who is required by law, pursllantto Article II, Section 8 of the State Constitution or Section 112.3J45, Floridu Statutes, to file full or limited public disclosure of his or her finunciaJ interests or any individual who has been elected to, but has yet to officially assume the responsibilities of, public office. SECTION SIX: STANDARDS OF CONDUCT (a) A public servant shall not accept a gift, directly or indirectly, if he or she knows or reasonably should have known that it was given with the intent to reward or influence him or her in the performance or nonperformance of his or her public duties~ (b) No public servant shall participate in the selection of a vendor or the approval of a contract if thut employee hus receivcd a gift, dire<.:tly or indirectly, from somcone representing the vendor or a contracting party, including gifts from relutives. Furthermore. no punlic. servant shall 8 - Words slmck throubA are deleted, words underlined are added. ;aenda Item r'>Jo. 128 ~ January 9, 2007 Page12of18 ;lal1icipate In permittinl'. or inspection decisions if that emplovee has received a g.ift from lhe [lcrmit or inspcctlon applicanLT.u[Cnllal rcc1!llC'nt or the :lpplicllllt!p.olential recipient's prinCIpal, illclllUIIl!' ~lils frolll I\:I.IIIICS. (CI The following provisions regarding glfls from lobhyists are enacted as addition411 and more stnngent standards of conduct :md disclosure requirements than those specified in Section 112.3148, Florida Statutes: (j) A reponing inuivlulIal or procurement employee or any other persoll 011 his or her hehalf is prohibited from knowingly accepling, directly or indircclly. a gift from a politic.1I committee or a COllimIttee of contInuous existence. as defincd in Section 106.011, Florida Slatulcs, or fmm a lobbyist who lobbies the reponing individual's or procurement employee's agency, or directly or IIldirectly on hehalf of the partner, firm, employer, or principal of a lubhyist. However. such Ii gii't may be accepted by such person on bchltlf of a go\cmmental enti ly or a charitable organization. If the gift is accepted on beh;jJf of a governmental entity or l:haritable organization. the person receiving the gift shall not m<:lntain custody of the gift for an)' period of timc beyond that reason<i!:>ly necessary to alTange for the transfer of custody and ownership of the gin. (2) A political committee or a committee of continuous existence, as defined in Section 106.011, FJoridu Statutes; a lobbyist who lobbIes a reporting individual's or procurement employee's agency; the partner, firm, employer or principal of a lobbyist; or another on behalf of the lohhyist or partner, firm, principal. or employer of the lobbyist is rrohihited from giving, either directly or indirectly, a gift 10 the rerorling individual or proclIrcmcnt employee or any other person on his or her behalf; however, such person may gtve a gi ft to a reporting indi vidual or procurement employee if the gift is intended to be transfen'ed to a governmental entity or a charitable organization. (3) The prohibitions set fOl1h in this Section 6 at (c)( J) and (c)(:!) above are not intcnded to and shall not prevent a repor1in~ individual or procurement emplovee who is II declared candidate for elective public office from accepting campaign contributions to the extent allowed bv state or federal law. (d) The following gift prohibitIOns for public officials are enacted as additional .md more stringent standards of conduct than those specified Section 112.3148, Florida Statutes: 9 - \VorJs ~ throuoh arc delcted, words underlined arc added. fI.genda Item No, 128 January 9, 2007 Page 13 of 18 (I) Public officials shall not solicit or accept, directly or indirectly, any fee, compensation, gi ft, gratuity, favor, food, entertainment, loan, or any other thing of monernry value, from anyone wlm the puhlic orficl~i1 knows or rcasllnOlbly should know: ,.I. Has, or is seeking to obtain, contraelual or other business or fjn~mcial relations with the county department or board with which the public official is affiliated. b. Conducts or represents a person or entity that conducts orcrations or activities that are regulateu by the county department or board with which the public of1icial is atTi Iiarcd. c. Is sec/.:ing Loning, pcrmitling, or inspection :Jpproval from the county dcp:Jrlment or board with which the public official is affilii.lted. d. Has interests th<lt may be substantially affected by the perfornulTIce or nOI1- performance of duties of the county publie official. e. Is in any way attempting to affect the official uctions of the county public official. This paragraph IS not intended to prohibit a public official from obtaining a 10.1n from a financial institution at a rate and tcrms available to all other similarly situated members of the public hy virtue of occupation, affilialion, age, religion, sex, or national origin. (e) No public officiuJ shall solicit a contribution from another person for a gift to an official superior, make i.l donation as a gift to an official superior, or accept a gift from a suhordinate public official. (f) No public servunt shall solicit a contribution from another person for a gift to a supervisor, make a donmion as <l gift 10 a supervisor, or accept a gift from an employee he or she supervise,;, except as provided in subsection {g). (g) Nothing in this section shall prohibit donations or giving gifts of nominal commercial value made between or amongst public servunts on a special occasion or an established holiday. A special occasion, as contemplated in this section, includes those times when it has been regarded as customary to give a gift, such as a birthday, a wedding, the birth of a child or a grandchild, an udoption, a graduation, a promotion, permanent departure from the workplace or community, hospitalization, the loss of a loved one, retirement, or other similar Occurrences. Nor does this paragraph prohibit public servants from participating in fund-raising activities for charitable purposes. 10- Words strucl; throu<;h are deleted, words underlined are added. Agenda Item No. 128 January 9, 2007 Page14of18 (h) This section docs not <Jpply to items of value excepted out of the definition for a gifl. . SECTION SEVE.'\!: LOBBYIST REGISTRATION (;I) AI! lobhyists shall, heforc engaging In uny lobbying activities, register with the clerk to thc board locmed at the board minutes and records department. Every Inbbyistl.cquircd to Sll register shall: register 011 forms prepared by the clerk; pay an annual registration fee of $25.00; and state under oath his Of her name, business name and address, and the name and business ilddress of each person or entity that has employed said registrant to lobby, as of the date of said registration. The rcgistralion shall be an annual registnJtion and shall not rcquire additional regIstration or amendment to the registration form by the lobbyist even if the lobbyist subsequently engagcs in lobbying for additional persons or entities. Thc purpose of the registration is merely to idenlJfy the I'egistrant as a lobhyi.st. If, subsequent to the registnJtioTl. the registrant ceases to act as a lobbYI~t, the registrant may fIle a request, on a form provided by the clerk, to not be listed as a lobbYISt. However, pursuant to Section 112.3148, Florida Statutes, said registrant shall continue to appear on the i1st of lobbyists until the expiration of the lIme period set forth in Said statute. In the event that the registrant nClther \\ithdraws nor re-registers, the registrant shall be placed on a "lobbyist status unknown" list for a period of 12 months from the expiration of the annual registration. The registration fee of $25.00 is nonrefundahle. (h) Annllal reglstl'allon shall be re4ulreJ and shall initially commence on M:lrch 22, J 999. Thereafter, annual registration shall occur on or after October I, of each year. Registration by lobbYists shall occur at any lin:e Juring the calend<Jr year prOVIded that it occurs prior to the lobbyist cngaging In any lobbymg :lcll\.ity. (c) The registratioll fee required by this section shall be maintained by the elerk to the board and shall be deposited into a separate fund to be expended for the purpose of administering and maintaining the lobbyist regtstration list as well as to cover other related costs. Lobbyists shall not be charged a fee for filing the form for removal from the lobbyist list. (d) The follovllng persons shall not be required to register as lobbyists: (I) Any public officer, employee or appointee who appears in his or her official capacity. (2) Law enforcement personnel conducting an investigation. 11 - Words stfll€1; throu;h are deleted, words underlined arc added. Agenda Item hlo. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 15 of 18 (3) Any person who only uppears in his or her individual capacity for the purpose of self- representation without compensation or reimbursement, whether direct, indirect or contingent, to express sUfJport or opposition to :my item. (4) Any person who only appears as u representative of a neighborhood associution without special compensations or reimhursement for their appearance, whether direct, indirect or contingent, to express support or opposition 10 any item. (5) AtlOl1leys representing clients before a quasi-judicial body. (e) The clerk to the board shall keep accurate and complete records regarding lobbyist registration including an up-to-date list of all lobbyist registrations, lobbyists withdrawals from the list and a "lobbyist status unknown" list. (0 A registration form that is not renewed (along wjth puyment of the $25.00 annual registration fce) by October 1 of each year, shall expire and may not thereafter be relied upon by the lobbyist for lobbying acti vltles. (g) The validity of any action or determination of the board or of any county personnel, board or committee, shall not be affected by failure of any lohhyist to comply with the provisions of this section. SECTION EIGHT: POST-EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTIONS (a) No county managerial employee shall personally represent another person or entity for compensation before the Board of County Commissioners or any of its divisions, departments, agencies, or boards for a period of two years following vacation of office, resignation of employment, or termination of employment, as applicable, except for the purposes of collective bargaining. (b) For a period of two years following vacation of office, resignation of employment. or temlination of employment, as applicahle, except for the purposes of collective bargaining, no county employee shall personally represent another person or entity for compensation before the Board of County Commissioners or any of its divisions, departments, agencies, or boards on a matter in which he or she had material personal involvement during his or her period of county employment. SECTION NINE: SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS This Ordinance sets forth more stringent supplemental standards of conduct in addition to the requirements of Ch<lpter II::!, Part /H, Florida Statutes, entitled "Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees." This Ordinance shall not be construed to uuthorize or permit any 12 - Words gtruck through are deleted, words underlined are added. Aaenda It8m No. 128 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 16 of 18 conduct or activity that is in violal1on of Chapter 112, Part III, Florida Statutes. In the event of <l conflict hctween the provisions of this Ordinance and Chapter 112, Pm1 Ill, Florida Statutes, the more restrictive/stringent prDvisiuns sh~1I apply. It shall hc the duty or each commissioner and of all county managerial employees and reporting individuals to bccome f<lmiliar with the Collier County Ethics Ordinance. To this end, the human resources director shall annually distribute to each such person a current copy of the "Florida Commission on Ethics Guide to the Sunshine Amendment and Code of Ethics for Public Employees" (or similar FlOrida Commission.on Ethics public;.llion) and a copy of this Ordinancc. The specific duties set f0l1h in this section or the Ordinance rcgarding famil'larily \' ith the ethics rulcs and distribution of informative materials shall not he subject to the penalties set forth in thi s Ordinance. SECTION TEN: PENALTIES Pursuant to Section 12569, Florida Statutes, a person who violates any provision of this Ordinance shall be subject to prosecutIOn in the name of the state in the manner as misdemeanors are prosecuted; and, upon conviction, such person shall be punished by a tine not to exceed $500.00 or by imprisonmcnt in the Collier County Jail not to exceed sixty (60) days or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION ELEVEN: AMENDING ORDINANCE NUM.BER 2003-53 Collicr County Ordinance l\umber 2003-53, known as the Collier County Ethics Ordinance, is hercby amended as of the effective date of this Ordinance. ST:-CTlON TWELVE: CONFLICT AND SEVERABILITY In the event this Ordinance conflicts with any other ordinance of Collier County or other applicable law, the more restrlclive shall <lppfy. If any phrase or portion of the Ordin<lnce is held to be invalid or unconstitutional by uny court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion. INCLUSlON IN THE CODE OF LA WS AND ORDlNANCES The provisions of this Ordinance shall become and be made a part of the Code of Laws and Oruinances of Collicl' County, Florida, ~meOlling Collier County Ordin,lIlce Number 2003- 53. The sections of the Ordinance may be renumbered or re-Iettered to accomplish such, and the wNd "ordinance" may be changed to "section," "article," or any other appropriate word. 13 - Words strucl; through are deleted, words underlined arc added. Agenda Item No. 128 January 9, 2007 Page 17 of 18 EFFECTIVE DATE This Ordinance shall become effective upon filing with the Depanmenl of State. PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, this _day of ,2004. A TrEST: .,. "'.':"":';'il Dwi ght E.BrQ'Ck'.:C~Rl<<'" , ,<.::',;; :-;,.: .:>:\~ \, By:~~4}fl;:"~+~~jbe , DEPUTY C~~'~.v> '.,.' Attett ... tiP.Cftl'n:;i~.ft-: s s fgnatureotiJ t.' - . BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ::U1ER C~iP:::ID)~ Donna Fiala, CHAIRMAN Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: /} '} ../ /2 d!t ~ '/ !1.fi~.:p" j-v /1 ' '. Michael W. Pettit Chief Assistant County Attorney This ordinance filed with the ~tory of )it::~;(l~ft~~ t!'..::::. day o~J Gnu Qckno,w:edgemePL.~ that fill~d this T day of., ~. "'I f<y__ J... .V .~ ~, IV..... ' Df:!0 (:Ie 14 - Words stTll(;)k t!trough are deleted, words underlined are added. Aoenda item No. 128 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 18 of 18 STATE OF FLORIDA) COUNTY OF COLLIER) I, DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk of Courts in and for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit, Collier County, Florida, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of: ORDINANCE 2004-05 which was adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on the 27th day of January, 2004, during Regular Session. WITNESS my hand and the official seal of the Board of County Commissioners of Collier county, Florida, this 14th day of January, 2004. DWIGHT E. BROCK Clerk of Courts. arllt~l'ex);c , '~.i-\"~~~"'" I, Ex-officio to B-car.cl"ot;:!~~)/... County commiss'ipnE:r~ '.;{~;:'< : '.~' ,'" .:~ ~ ~:: 4rdtv a ~-'.; i:i. ~Y' ~~~,~ . ,- ,,:I._~"-:::, '! ~...: r ., . .': -,:: . T fl ~ ".j _: " .', '-.. '~-:'l~"...;.) f').,," '':''1 .-: By: Linda A. HO'Ut.~.,~;>::::l/':; Deputy Clerk;'''~i ,,::;,~,," . , , 1 ~ , , . . '," . \ Agenda Item No. 16A1 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of "Delasol Phase Three". The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained OBJECTIVE: To grant final approval of the infrastructure improvements associated with that subdivision known as "Delasol Phase Three" CONSIDERATIONS: 1. On November 30, 2004 the Board of County Commissioners granted preliminary acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Delasol Phase Three". 2. The roadway and drainage improvements will be maintained by the project's homeowners association. .~ 3. The required improvements have been constructed in accordance with the Land Development Code, The Engineering Services Department has inspected the improvements and is recommending final acceptance of the improvements. 4. A resolution for final acceptance has been prepared and approved by the County Attorney's Office. A copy of the document is attached. 5. This Executive Summary has been reviewed and approved by the Transportation Services Division. FISCAL IMPACT: The roadway and drainage improvements will be maintained by the project's homeowners association. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed and approved the Resolution. Aaenda Item !\,)o. 16!\ 1 " January 9, 2007 paJe 2 of 5 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners grant final acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Delasol Phase Three" and release the maintenance security. 1. Authorize the Chairman to execute the attached resolution authorizing final acceptance. 2. Authorize the release of the maintenance security. PREPARED BY: John Houldsworth, Senior Engineer, Engineering Review Department ..- r-- L0 <J::O~ .........,00 ':"\J", m-w L>.Ol '- m Emo.. OJ ~ ==(tj m, "0 c OJ ::J) <J:: I _____ ~ )J ~~ :SOd ~~~ ~!~ Il ~~ ~~~ ~~ ~ g ~ B@~ ~ 0::: rr:: .. , , ~ IJ! TT~T I "~~Tl ~ If-- r-i i f-- ~JV~ h LUJJ- ~ \~ ~II T II.L~" I R Jl T 1/ I II I F=7/ ~I 1 , 1?B ~ ----Jdf'l I J-- ~i 8H I---h - ~f-- "t.& 1--1-- ~ f--ffi f-- i5 f-- H~ r "'" 1foH OVO!:! N01SDNIIIll I ----- I ,-1 ~---L - - -1W!i] T.:!'.:I !L, -=-==---- Z J o w- I-!;{, fjj g ;'ii -J J ~ '" - - . - c-_ - - '- - - '!"53 ,.~ _ _ _ _ _ + _ _ _, ---J .'::~T 1- 11--11 J ~:'\Q r-c A."n =n~- 2Tl V / i LJ ~f- ~f",-- ~ f-T- T I 1lJ;--,!i )'~I-- ~~ _ ~~t<t~lrr~~ I~~ "":!..f'9P-r - ~ f--~' I I I I-- I-- I J 1-1-- i5 ~ "W.C JR - --.J3nN",. 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':Jadw2,: ~Jn'::; df::;lIi~age rinoroVE:rnems \\'lIi be Meeting Date: Prepared B) ..John Hou~d'Sworth Senior E.:n;Jineer DJte Community Development & Environmental Services Engineering Scrvi::::es 11:30:200€ 1 :15:56 Pi>~ Approved By Thorn.<l~ E. Kuck [.J.E CD~S Engin{'~rln9 Servjc8'S uirecto: Dale ::::ommuni~y Deveiopmfont &. Environrncn:a! Sc:rvlccs C:::I::.S ::'''lginecnng So;;0/ICC-S 1 :.'5,1~006 1-48 prl. APIHovcd By Constance A. Johnson Oper3tions ;'.[)<1lyst uate Community DC'JelopmEnt & Communi')' Develo:Jrrent g cnvirvnmen~.;ll S~r'JiCCS ::t)vir~-,nm'2::1t;d Ser\ii~:\!'S ;:;OnlJn ~ ::."5/2006 1: 59 pr>l, Approved By rt.arlene Stewart El<2::U~i\'€- $('?:::::---"",:HY Datf: Community De'/l.IC:iment & C(l'nmu"r~:y c.ev~'i(')pr'en': f:> 1:2/'li'<!.20E4.1!:: 8M En\'iro:'lrn~n:i:J1 Ser'vi. S5 En'.,'ironrnen:al Ser:i,:c,s- t,:','ni:-:. Approved By C:.Jll1mUnlty D0vdopment & ,J;:tt~ Joscp!~ K. Schmitt S;r,Vlronm!:!1t;l.: SU\'f::"e~ l-,cLn:n.strat:>r Community D.<;'v~!OPt"l~. '. &. C(;f'1rl1und~)-' [)eveicp01ent & ~ 2/": ::20)6 1 "1 ::.r\'ironmr::r~~1 Servi::{ ~nl/il-cmm('n:;]l Ss-r\/ices ,t..,d:ni!~ Appro\-cd By Qi/F? C~;ord:rEi10r ;":..~: rn I r: S ~.r? ~I v (~ r <:; s i~' i;;:~ ~ D::'if' ':o~mt',' Milne ,y,!"~_ Of: ...,- C~ffIC(' 0'- r\~Z'.-:"Q'_:'" " & n,l(j(1~: -:::111",'2:05 :;<\(, ,~\;!. Approvcd B) t/;: ,.... lS<1cft,;:(I. P;.r:'l(:~ ~,.ncd~.c:;t '_ 'unt'.' "/::inc" s Office :~~fiC'-, of :}.:~n"J In' ,. D =-:W:'T::'! H'_::1 kL~ Approved B) J;::'nc~, V Coun~: L',<Jn:;1 " 2~;,,"~ ,.r C:"nt}. ~':;(j:111.' r!:a:l;"o~;';" :. "c:.1; ':::0 T!r~, :s:' ;:;:1(;~'5 Agenda Item No. 16A 1 January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 5 RESOLUTION NO. 07,_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF CERTAIN ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS IN DELASOL PHASE THREE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 41, PAGES 56 THROUGH 57; RELEASE OF THE MAINTENANCE SECURITY; AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE MAINTAINED BY THE DELASOL PHASE THREE HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIA nON WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, on January 13, 2004 approved the plat of Delasol Phase Three for recording; and WHEREAS, the Developer has constructed and maintained the roadway and drainage improvements in accordance with the approyed plans and specifications as required by the Land Development Code (Collier County Ordinance No. 04-41, as amended); and WHEREAS, the Developer is requesting final acceptance of the roadway and drainage improyements and release of his maintenance security; and WHEREAS, the Engineering Services Section of the Development Services Department has inspected the ro.adway and drainage improvements, and is recommending acceptance of said facilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that final acceptance is hereby granted for those roadway and drainage improvements in Delasol Phase Three, pursuant to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 41, pages 56 through 57, and the Clerk is hereby authorized to release the maintenance security. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED that the County accept the future maintenance and other attendant costs for those roadway and drainage imprOyemellts that are not required to be maintained by the Delasol Homeowners' Association. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote favoring sanle, this _ day of ,2007. DATE: ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORJDA By: , Deputy Clerk , CHAIRMAN Approyed as to form and legal sufIicie{lcy: I \ I , ~ Jeff" .1!ri",ht - Assb1<lnl Collier County Attorney A;:)enda Item No. 16A2 - January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 .....-, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water utility facility for Forest Glen, Parcel 5. OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Forest Glen, Parcel 5 has constructed the water facility within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of this water utility facility was approved by the Community Development and Environmental Services staff on August 3, 2000. At that time, the value of this utility facility (assets) was $46,747.50 (see attachment[s]). Final Acceptance is in accordance with Ordinance 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff has recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water facility has been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water- Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Community Development and Environmental Services Division staff and this facility has been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. 6) The Utilities Performance Security (UPS), in the form of a Cash Bond in the amount of $7,287.00, will be released to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent upon the Board's approval of this Executive Summary. 7) The water utility infrastructure connected beyond the master meter is owned and maintained by the owner. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facility, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $46,747.50. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. ,'''--- Agenda Item No, 16A2 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 5 LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney was required to complete this final acceptance. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, accept the water utility facility for Forest Glen, Parcel 5, and authorize the County Manager or his designee to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: AJG;:(1a itern ~~o. January PaGe COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONEES i6t,2 Recommerda:'on to aiJprov€ fi'lal appro'/al of trle water utilrty fac:llty for Forest Gler; Parcel 1/9/2007 9:00CO ,L\M Prep. red By Date Jodi Pannullo Community Development & Environmental Services Administrative Assistant COES Engineenng Services 12111/20061:50:24 PM Date Approved By Thomas E. Kuck P.E Community Development & Environmental Services COES Engineenng Services Director COES Engineering Services 12/11/20062:00 PM Date Approved By Constance A. Johnson Community Development & Environmental Services Operations A naiyst Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12f111ZQ06 2:27 PM Date Aprroved By Marlene Stewart Community Development & Environmental Services Executive Secretary Community Development & Environmental Servic~s Admin, 12/12/20069:07 AM Date Approved By Pamela Ubby Puolic Utilities Water Operations Manager Water 12/13/2006 aS7 AM Date Approved By Ro~' B. Anderson, PE Puofic Utdities Public UtilitIes Enginecrin9 Director PUbi:r: Uti!i~le~ En{1im;-erin\) 12r13i200r. 2:53 prVi DatE' Approved By Paul Mattausch Public Utilities Water Director VJ,1fer 12,'14,'200f.; 7:20 AM Approved By Joseph K, Schmitt Comm~nity Devo!op:ner:! & Environmental Servic'~s Comrnu'-iity Developrnent 8. E:nvircnmema! S""fviccs Adrninstrator Dale COflllTlUnity Development &. Environmental Se"-vices i";,dmin. 12/15/2006 4:..~4 PM DalE.' Approved By OM 8 Cowdinator Cour:iy r..1anapcr's Of tic;:;: Ad:ninfst!'ldLfC Assistant Dffice or r,,~ ;:n"',ag~men': f, 8uclget 12/18/20D8 8:J~. !cf.~ Date App roved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Anu!}'st Office of tI.-':anagemenl & Eludget i 2!18t:'OOf, 11 :08 AM Date Approved By James V. Mudd Board or County CommiSSioner!:: County M ar.agsr County Man3g'2r's Offic{l 12/19,'2:008 i:05 PM Nr'-L"J <(O~ (,COO .,-N7 ci en <ll Z>>Ol '- ro Eroo.. (j) ::J ~C -ro cu-, -g (lJ C>> <( ::; ~ ~ Z o w- I-!;;: 000 o -' 0- <( L w r- en A"I'No-JO-1H:)~ "' ."0".1 .... ," irl ~~~ u !~S '" < ~ II) W ..I )1V:IS Ol10N / -.- - ~\ C> l- ll) ~ " ~ ~ ~ W '" 0 u.. ~ I-Z ~~ 00 ~ w- -,:;: [J 00 ~ ;!; ~ "l ~g a.. <( ~ ~ L ;: ~ :;: l z i 0 - ~ w U ~ ~ ~ ~~o 0 (j '. -Ii T 1: f:'"' i: > ,~ <:5 ;;;:>. z w Cl -' 0 ;:; N Cl awA3Yo<)O El'1"'OJ.-o SOOlJiIlO .,..,...O~ 7676 J::Jan Boulevard Fort Myers, Florida 33912 . . ~])))I IltE.- PROJECT: FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, PARCEL 5 VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST - POTABLE WATER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 10" DR18 C900 PVC FIRE HYDRANT ASSEMBLY 3" WATER CONDUITS TEMPORARY BlOWOFF ASSEMBLY 1112" WATER SERVICE UP TO & INCl. CURB STOP TOTAL POTABLE WATER: QUANTITY 1,135 3 360 1 27 UNIT IF EA IF EA EA UNIT PRICE $ 14.50 $ $ 1,800.00 $ $ 4.00 $ $ 500.00 $ $ 850.00 $ $ Aaenda item No. 16A2 ~ ~ P~~f9IN-4jW;8854 F~X#: ?9fi~-fs:f7-8864 TOTAL 16,457.50 5,400.00 1,440.00 500.00 22,950.00 46,747.50 Agenda Item No. 16A3 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 .-""" EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water utility facility for Forest Glen, Parcel 6. OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Forest Glen, Parcel 6 has constructed the water facility within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of this water utility facility was approved by the Community Development and Environmental Services staff on August 3, 2000. At that time, the value of this utility facility (assets) was $46,587.50 (see attachment[s]). Final Acceptance is in accordance with Ordinance 2004-31, as amended. ,-. 3) Staff has recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency, 4) The water facility has been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water- Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Community Development and Environmental Services Division staff and this facility has been found to be satisfactory and acceptable, 6) The Utilities Performance Security (UPS), in the form of a Cash Bond in the amount of $7,267.00, will be released to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent upon the Board's approval of this Executive Summary, 7) The water utility infrastructure connected beyond the master meter is owned and maintained by the owner. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facility, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $46,587.50. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. .,...--.... Aqenda Item r'~o. 16A3 ~ Januarv 9. 2007 Page2 of 5 LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney was required to complete this final acceptance. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, accept the water utility facility for Forest Glen, Parcel 6 , and authorize the County Manager or his designee to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meellng Dale: Agenda Item No, 16A3 January 9, 2007 Paqe 3 of 5 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16A3 Rf~comrnendattoi1 to approve final acceptance of the water utility faciJJly tor f=oresl Gien, Parcei 6 1/8/2007 9:00:0C AM Prepared By Date Jodi Pannullo Community Development & Environmental Services Administrative Assistant COES Engineering Services 12/11/20061:56:44 PM Date Approved By Thomas E. Kuck. P.E. Community Development & Environmental Services COES Engineering Services Director COES Engineering Services 12111/20062:00 PM D~1te Approved By Constance A. Johnson Operations. Analyst Community Development & Community Development 8. Environmental Services Environmental Services Admin. 12/11/20062:28 PM Approved By Date Marlene Stewart Executive Secrewry Approved By Community Development & Community Development & Environmental Services Environmental Services Admin. 12111120064:31 PM Pamela Libby Public Utilittes Water Operations Manager Date Water 12113/20068:57 AM Date Approved By Roy B. Anderson P.E. PLlblic Utilities FubJic Ut!litic& Engineering Director Public UtiHtics. Engineering 12/13l200C 2:54 PM D<lte Approved B). Paul Mattausch Public Utilities Water Director Water .12114l200G 7:20 AM Approved By Jos~ph K. Sc:hmitt :::;ommunity Development & Environmental Services Community Developme:1t &. Environmental Services ,l~dmmstrator D(1t:e COmmllnity Development & Envj~onmcntal Services Admin. 12.f15/2006 4:44 PM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator Coumy M.mager's Office Aaminlstrative ASslstIint Office ;:lr MaoZlgeme:l; 0. Buclget 12!13/:!DOf 9.35 AM Dale Approved By Mark Isackson County M<Jnafjei'5 Offic(: .:3u::Jget An<:llyst Office of Mar:ag(~rnent & Budget 12!18/2006 11 ;5:7 AM Date A P P roved By Lee E. Ochs, Jr Board of County Commissioners De-put;.' Count~, t,.;an.::!gcr County Manager's. Office 12/2012006 1 :54 PM (") I'- l.f"J <(04- (DOD ,""N~ om <D Z>.OJ ....CU i=CUD... - :J Q) .- ::=ffi cu, -0 Q) OJ <( AW'....-JCl-1K)~ "1 itd J " ~1JW' 7~ Ttv:lS 01 ION / - -.- " ~ III < 'I ~ ~ III ~ Ji i _rli "I' I f-Z " d 00 w- -,i;to 00 0:0 Q..J ~ bE] ~ ~ " ;: I :<:: ~ ~ ~~ "~ o " ~\.-~ ~l ~ ~ I. ~ i~i~ [LJ:Cj _u . ~ . ~ 1: ~ llI5 'l:f:> W f- ;: C; ~~ ~~ o ~d ~~ ~rD i ~ I i~~ ~ I N wnJ :J"~ SCllXl4lVJ.OIt CL. 4 ~ W ?- m d~ i~~ '" .J W U c::: '" lL. tn W -' ;\ 1-1 tn' w ~I < ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ i CL. <( :E z o - ~ U o --1 7676 ,lean Boulevard Fort M}'ers, Florida 33912 . . ~])J)I DlE.- PROJECT: FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, PARCEL 6 VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST - POTABLE WATER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 10" DR18 C900 PVC 10" MJ GATE VALVE FIRE HYDRANT ASSEMBLY PERMANENT BACTERIOLOGICAL SAMPLE POINT 3" WATER CONDUITS TEMPORARY BLOWOFF ASSEMBLY 1 1fZ' WATER SERVICE UP TO & INCL. CURB STOP TOTAL POTABLE WATER: QUANTITY 1,615 1 3 1 305 1 17 UNIT LF EA EA EA LF EA EA UNIT PRICE $ 14.50 $ $ 950.00 $ $ 1,800.00 $ $ 650.00 $ $ 4.00 $ $ 500.00 $ $ 850.00 $ $ Agenda Item No. 16A3 Phkm~f).,4S1GB854 FaX#: .~.f37f.8B64 TOTAL 23,417.50 950.00 5,400.00 650.00 1,220.00 500.00 14,450.00 46,587.50 Agenda Item No. 16A4 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of "Forest Glen of Naples". The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained OBJECTIVE: To grant final approval of the infrastructure improvements associated with that subdivision known as "Forest Glen of Naples" CONSIDERATIONS: 1. On August 16, 1999, the Board of County Commissioners granted preliminary acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Forest Glen of Naples". 2. The roadway and drainage improvements will be maintained by the project's homeowners association. - 3. The required improvements have been constructed in accordance with the Land Development Code. The Engineering Services Department has inspected the improvements and is recommending final acceptance of the improvements. 4. A resolution for final acceptance has been prepared and approved by the County Attorney's Office. A copy of the document is attached. 5. This Executive Summary has been reviewed and approved by the Transportation Services Division. FISCAL IMPACT: The roadway and drainage improvements will be maintained by the project's homeowners association. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed and approved the Resolution. ,'.......... Aaenda Item No. 16A4 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 5 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners grant final acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Forest Glen of Naples" and release the maintenance security. 1. Authorize the Chairman to execute the attached resolution authorizing final acceptance. 2. Authorize the release of the maintenance security. PREPARED BY: John Houldsworth, Senior Engineer, Engineering Review Department '<t r- LD <(O~ .'-.00 "'JM O)(]) 2>,0) ....cu Emo.. (])::l _c -('0 ('0, u c (]) 0) <( '" ~ ~ 2 o w- f-~ Uiu o -.J A't'M .>'O-lHS'.~ "1 :f-d.:l I "-"~ = N,=, l..~,,:) -::.r=~::' (liS -~r:)) OIl'fr,)l'108 </3IT1:::) '..1-' ( .=;-!J J/;" L-.J~. G \ ,--------_________ <......J ), l' r.t: ~ I~ /-1 L-..-J / .~ ~ l/l :;/, ~ !'1T'..1l '1cTTITTIIT.=: .:-m '1TI".'h'h.-.-/!f~,~~.. I il5"i'w'. ,1:::1 . ~~ CJJ..U1!:T.Ll:11.tl~MbloL.-l--U1J.//1 c.-' ~ I / ~ - <l <= ml[II)!TrmTI~i/ /:OL,-v:J / @t~,' Z ~ .--, I I /.- ..-" ,/ ,[::!!J,__,:-, :::nl':X; 01 l:)N ~- - ~ I I I 1 I 1 ! I I :111 I - I' I ;ril I ~!II i ~ ;111 I ~II . illl -- +-- -'--------->>'r- - 31 _ <(I i I ! I I I'i I I ~I I I -t--~--r ! I I I I I I I / I I . j-- f- 21 ~ 00 w- ,f- 0;'; a: 0 ' tL-.J ~ ~ ~ '~ I I I I ~~[g~~ ~ t;~ ~ ,I; ~!,~ "';I.I',^:~'";!~~ "'I r; ~ ~ 0 ~.II, 'I ' s. ~ ~ 3 ... r--c ~". I' g,~~. I~q; ~~ DO [~ii j ;i r -; r~ LfJ L:J \ t:~ ..~ .':oj ~g 8 w:; 1C~ i ~ Q ;::: a'.v^",'oa ",mool ~~ ~ S 6,:1':) r-, ~ ~ !~ I' c G ~ :r' u 'd~ UJ o -' o ;; <.'J LJ 00 i ~ o . o o ~ ~~~ S')I'H(~N ~l nl'~I-~R "J~'''<'' a.. <( :E LLJ ..... en -r- ~I ;1 Zl Wi i3, t;! ...1 ~! a.. <( :E z o - ..... <( U o -1 i<V:i;d;J l:~:n r-Jo 16A4 , January 2CC7 Pag..:~ c{ 5 COLLIER COUNTY BOAf.~D OF COUt':TY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: F~e:CJmme ',e'io?:!::;n Ie ~]~';J'~t ZPproV3' c.i= the ~oa1''''\'ay {r,HI'Jate:, an,j draI12';Je linvo'/ements fer the hna: ;:lla1 af CDrest C~:::n c' HaD'~s T~)e. road'.'1'ay ar,d d~alr,age ITr,provements v.'ili be P,:I-'<:llE1V lr.ant21~V2d Meeting Date: 1 i~j/::":YY: ~~' OC i:;r~: Prepared By John Houidsworth Senior Engine-er D.)te Community Development & Environl1Tcn~a! Servi:::es Engineering Services 12,'14/20067:35:53 AM Approved By TI1:lmas E, Kucl\, F'.E. CDES- Engineenng Services Dir€:ctor Date Community Deve!opm(,:nt & f:.n\lIronmc:1tal S-etvi::es CDES Engineering Scr/ice<;=. .2f14/2QO€ 7:53 AM Approved By ConstJnce A, Johnson Operations Aitaiy::'.t Date Community Deveioprnent & Comlnunlty Dcve:Qpment & Environmental S~f'/ices ::f1\'innm8ntai Services t, dmm i2/14/200612:15 PI\{ Approved By Madene Stewart !::xecutive Secretary D.'lte CQmmuni<.> DC\JeloDrtlE'i'1" & CC'ITltT1unity D(Jveloprn~nt & 1:::'./15i200f 4:30 PM Environmental C"t . 'Ice.:> Envll'0nmental S'2rvice~ {:..dmin Approved By Joser!~ K, S:::rm11H r:Oll'''pu,dt}' D<:~ve'opmf'nt & E:\ v irOnnlCilt<:l I SCrJices.L.Qr1"l']1st;'~;tDr Date Communit\' :Jeve!opment & Communltj' u€'velonmC''1t &. .2,'1:"J,';'()OE 4,",,5 t:::f'!. ::nv;ranmcnta! SCTVI~"'.i Envir:1nm(~n\<l1 Se"vic'.';<;:, tdtill:-l Appruved By Or.'~:; Ccorc::n; Adm!l-,:stra:i"'..' J-;,~:..;,[SIClq: ~:;t(~ CO~j~lV f/Z,I",Elt;,l-"'cs ( of:, Office of M;-,r', 'n; 'TI')n' BL.:"1get ~ ~:18i20G€: 9'38 [,r/ Appro\,etllly Mtr'k IS;~C!"50" [';ujnc-: l\nTl. <,st Datc :'c'.jr~y r/:;:in:';;_('r'~ Dfflc:e (fLc~ 0:' '1':3' i.l9'-':~.~C'l~ t E,u' 'J'e: ',2' I 8:'ZO;lG :: 44 Pi/; A.pprovcd By Le':. E. OC~lS, ~j~_ Depu!i CO~j:.t" ;,' ,;~:J:.1{'r D,Jtc" G':)i1:-d r:~ ::::ounly :0:'J~"Y ;,~:;'1<lgl!r'S::~rlce i2,.:!lL';::GOE; ~-5G r::'iV' ,:ornm':C:5Ir\i)C'S Agenda Item No. 16A4 January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 5 RESOLUTION NO. 07-_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF CERTAIN ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS IN FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, ACCORDING TO THE })LAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 31, PAGES 94 THROUGH 103; RELEASE OF THE MAINTENANCE SECURITY; AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE MAINTAINED BY THE FOREST GLEN GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB MASTER ASSOCIATION WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, on April 13, 1999 approyed the plat of Forest Glen ofNaplcs for recording; and WHEREAS, the Developer has eonstructed and maintained the roadway and drainage improvements in accordance with the approved plans and specifications as required by the Land Deyelopment Code (Collier County Ordinance No. 04-41, as amended); and WHEREAS, the Developer is requesting final acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements and release of his maintenance seeurity; and WHEREAS, the Engineering Serviees Section of the Development Services Department has inspected the roadway and drainage improvements, and is recommending acceptance of said facilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUKTY, FLORIDA, that linal acceptance is hereby granted for those roadway and drainage improvements in Forest Glen of Naples , pursuant to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 31, pages 94 through 103, and the Clerk is hereby authorized to release the maintenance seenrity. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED that the County aceept the future maintenance and other attendant costs for those roadway and drainage improvements that are not required to be maintained by the Forest Glen Golf and Country Club Master Association. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote favoring same, this _ day of _____._,2007. DATE: ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORJDA , Deputy Clerk By: FRANK HALAS, CHAIRMAN Approved as to foml and legal 'Uf~~ .Ie!rtl. ' ~ri\iht V - Assistant Collier County Attomey Aoenda Item No. 16A5 v January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 ,.",..-., EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Florida Club of Naples. OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Florida Club of Naples, has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Community Development and Environmental Services staff on August 30,2002. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $48,215.70 for the water facilities and $7,951.00 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[s]). This Final Acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended, 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Community Development and Environmental Services Division staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. 6) The Utilities Performance Security (UPS), in the form of a Performance Bond No. 531376S in the amount of $322,432.82, will be released to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent upon the Board's approval of the Executive Summary. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $56,166.70. .'-'" GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. A.genda Item !'-la. 16A5 January 9. 2007 Page 2 of 6 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Florida Club of Naples, and authorize the County Manager or his designee to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: ,L\qer-ida Itern r'Jc i 6A5 , January B Pa(Jl' of 6 COLLIER COUNTY SOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16;"'::) Fecommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility fa:;llrt:es for Flonda Club of Naples 1/,,/2007900.00 AM Date Prepared By Jodi Pannullo Community Development & Environmental Services Administrative Assistant CDES Engineering Services 12114120069:49:07 AM Date Approved By Thomas E. Kuck. P.E. Communit~' Development & Environmental Services CDES Engineering Services Director COES Engineenng Services 12!14f2006 11 :32 AM Date Approved By Constance A. Johnson Operations Analyst Community Development & Community Development & Environmental Services Environmental Services Admin, 12114/2006 1 :33 PM Approved By Date Stephen L. Nagy Public Utilities Wa~tewater Collections Manager WasteViater 12'15/20069:19 AM Date Approved By G. George Yilmaz Public Utilities WasteWater Director WasteWater 12115120069:31 AM Date A pproved By Marlene Stewart Executi'JC Secretary 12115/2006 4A7 PM A pproved By Community Develcrment & Community' Development & Environmental S(~rv;ces Environmental S.r;-rvi:::es Aclmin. Paul Mattausch Public Utilities VVater Director Date Vvater 12/18/200610:20 AM Date Approved By Pamela Libby Publi: Utirities VJilter O~,'('r;;ti()rs Manager V";ater 12/1Bf20nG 10:21 AM Daie Approved By Ro~' B, Anderson, P.E PUbliC" Utilities Pubirc Utilities Engineering D;rectcr PubliC Utilities Engineering 12/18/20065:15 PM Approved BJ' Jos,eph K. Schmitt Community Development & Env!ronmenlal Ser"/iccs (;ornmunity DevelQpmen~ & Environmentrd 5,::rvices Aclmrrlstr'Mor Date ComrnunJty Development & Environrnen~':ll $f:,rvices Admin. 12i18/2ClOC 7:22 PM D.:lle A p p roved By OM8 Ccordinator County w,ar,Eiger's Office AdminiStr~ti'.'e ';ssist<lnt Office of Management & Budget 12!19/200C 1: 1-1 PM Date Approved By M.:>rt: ISJckson County I\JiZlnz..ger's Offk€ Bu:::i;Jct Analys.t Office of rJiiJ.~lagernen~ & Budget 12/20/2006 E:OB t,M Date Approved By Lee. E Ochs Jr BO~lrd Of County Commissioners Deputy County M.anager County Manager's Office ~2/20,'200tj 1:59 PM .J ,A,qenda Item ~,jo. 16A5 - January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 6 5585 TAYLOR ROAD . NAPLES, FLORIDA 34109 · (941) 597-0060 · FAX (941) 597-0061 VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST FOR WATER FACILITIES ACCEPTANCE PROJECT Florida Club 6732 Davis Blvd. Naples, FL QUANTITIES SIZES. WATER: 1 Ea. 60 L.F. 1 Ea. 2 Ea. 16" x 10" 10" 10" x 4" 10" ENGINEER WilsonMiller, Inc. DESCRIPTION Tapping Sleeve & Valve P.V,C. DR 14 Master Meter Assembly MJ 450 Bend wI ML WATER TOTAL GENERAL CONTRACTOR BJ & K Construction 970 West McNab Road Ft. Lauderdale, FL UNIT PRICE TOTAL COST 5,000.00 8.25 41 ,850.00 435.35 5,000.00 495.00 41,850.00 870.70 48,215.70 CERTIFtED UNDERGROUND UTILITY: CU C044996' FIRE SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR V: 117961000192 Agenda liem No. 16A5 January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 6 5585 TAYLOR ROAD · NAPLES, FLORIDA 34109 · (941) 597-0060 · FAX (941) 597-0061 VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST FOR SEWER FACILITIES ACCEPTANCE PROJECT Florida Club 6732 Davis Blvd. Naples, FL QUANTITIES SIZES WA TER: 1 Ea. 40 L. F. 1 Ea. 24" x 6" 6" 6" ENGINEER Wilson Miller, Inc. DESCRIPTION GENERAL CONTRACTOR BJ & K Construction 970 West McNab Road Ft. Lauderdale, FL UNIT PRICE TOTAL COST Tapping Sleeve & Valve P.v.C. DR 14 C-900 Check Valve Assembly SEWER TOTAL 6,300.00 9.40 1,275.00 CERTIFIED UNDERGROUND UTILITY: CU C044996 . FIRE SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR v: 117961000192 6,300.00 376,00 1,275.00 7,951.00 LDf'-.C0 <l:0~ <.000 r- N CD ci cri (j) Z>,::Jl ,-C\J E(1jQ.. 2~ -(1j (1j, -0 C (j) Dl <l: ~ ~ C) ! I ~ ~ r II I I \ !;r'J .. o I I ~ I z o ill - >-~ ;nU o -' ~ o z < .. ~ ~ OJ ~ .. '-' ~ II I I I 0.. <t L t.LJ f- CJ) ! I -.- '-' m u ..::: .Q LL ;; i " ~ 0.. <( ~ Z 0 - I- <t u g 0 0 ....J ~ , i: ~ ~i ISIIlr:) ~ ~ ~5 . ~ ~ Co ~ '" / ~ ~- I> ; ~. ~~ ~ ~ ~S z ~ ~ I ",e: ~! \ 5 I ~I~ ~'~~~~~ ,l\genda Item l\lo. 16A6 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the Second Amendment to the Marco Island Cable Franchise Agreement that extends the cable operator's franchised area to all of unincorporated Collier County and whereby the cable operator commits to install fiber cable for the use and benefit of Collier County OBJECTIVE: To obtain Board approval for the su~ject applied-for Second Amendment to the cable television franchise agreement granted to Marco Island Cable, Inc, CONSIDERATIONS: On June 23,1997, the Board of County Commissioners (Board) granted a non-exclusive cable franchise agreement to Marco Island Cable, Inc. for a term of seven (7) years, The term has been extended to June 24, 2012 by a Board-approved First Amendment to this Franchise Agreement. After incorporation of that City in 1998, the City negotiated with Collier County for assignment of the Marco Island Cable Franchise to the City. The County's Franchise area is limited to the small unincorporated Goodland area. On October 31, 2006, County staff received a formal request from Marco Island Cable, Inc. to extend the franchised area to include all of unincorporated Collier County. The Board, acting in its official capacity as the Local Franchising Authority, has the power to approve, modify, or deny this application to extend the franchised area provided there is a reasonable basis to modify or to deny. Marco Island Cable, Inc. has freely agreed, as stated in these amendments, to provide fiber facilities to the County at no charge. These facilities were not demanded nor mandated by the County. The County Attorney's staff and the Cable Administration staff have reviewed the application and its supporting documentation and have concluded that there is no apparent valid reason to deny the applicant's requested geographic expansion, The County's Information Technology Department has requested that the timelines for providing an interconnection at u.s. 41 and Collier Blvd. be not later then twelve months of the effective date of these Amendments. However, due to the construction commitments and financial constraints of the Franchisee, the Franchisee is not able to meet the IT Department's requested twelve month timeline. The Franchisee is agreeing to complete the fiber construction at the intersection of U. S. 41 and Collier Blvd. within thirty-six months of the effective date of these amendments. Understanding the County's concern that the Franchisee will not continue construction from Marco Island beyond Mainsail Drive and Collier Blvd., the Franchisee is agreeing to install fiber conduit (for the County's exclusive use) alongside the Franchisee's cable system along Mainsail Drive if the County will agree to pay the Franchisee's actual cost of the conduit materials that the Franchisee would not install but for the County's benefit, plus one dollar ($1.00) per lineal foot for the related labor costs. The Franchisee will invoice the County, and the County will pay the invoice within sixty days after the fiber interconnect at D.S, 41 a11d Collier Blvd is complete between the County and the Franchisee, ''''~ Agenda Item I\Jo. 16A6 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 7 FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this request will have the "avoided costs" fiscal impact whereby the County will not be required to pay for installation of specified fiber cables promised to the County by operation of the Second Amendment. GROWTH M..I\..~AGEMENT IMPACT: No impact on Growth Management IS anticipated, LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: Review by the Office of the County Attorney and by Franchise Administration staff indicates that no apparent valid reason exists to justify denial of the subject Application to extend the geographic area of this Franchise Agreement. RECOMMENDA TION: Regulatory staff recommends that the Board approve this Second Amendment to the Marco Island Cable Franchise Agreement and authorize the Chairman to execute the Second Amendment on behalf ofthe Board. PREPARED BY: James French, Operations Manager, CDES Operations Section Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Aoenda Item No. 1GA6 " Januc'y 2007 Page of 7 COLLIER COVNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16t>.5 F:ecommel1datlon to approve Second Amendment to the Marco Isl8nd Cable FranCi"'iise j.,greernent thaI extends the cable operators franclised area to all of ur'lIncorporated CoPier CQunty and wt"lereby tne cable operator commits 10 Install fiber cable for the use and benefit of Collier County '.10/2007900,00 AM Date Prepared By James. French Community Development & Environmental Services Operations Supcrllisor CDES Operations 12/19/20062:55:08 PM Date Approved By Thomas Palmer County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12119/20063:17 PM Date Approved By Constance A. Johnson Community Development & Environmental Services Operalions Analyst Community Development 8. Environrnental Services Admin. 12/19/20064:05 PM Date Approved By Denton Baker Community Development & Environment,ll Services Firlancial Admin & Housmg Director Financial Admin. e. HOlJsing 12/19/20064:12 PM Date Approved By Marlene Stewart Community Development & Environmental Services Executive Secretary Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12120120068:11 AM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development & EnvironmentDl Services Communit~. Development & En'oIironmental S.ervices t.dminstrator Dale Community Developrne"1t & Environmental Services Admin. 12/20/2006 8:1G PM Date Approved By OMS Coordrnator CQunty il,~ar<a?cr s Offic€> AdminIstrative /J,ssiS~bnt Office of M.ma.gernent 8. Budget 12,'2i:200S 3:21 PM Dnte Approved By Mark !sack5on CountJ: M<-lnagcr's Office BudtlCt.t..n;1!yst Office of Man3gement &. Budget 12J27/20[,611:20 ;:".M 8ate Approved By James V. Mudd Board cf County CQmrnj~?sjoncrs County Milrt(jger County Manager's Offic;~' 1/2/20074'47 PM AGenda Item [\lo. 16A6 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 7 SECOND AMENDMENT TO CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE The Collier County Board of County Commissioners herby consents to the following amendments in the subject 26-page Cable Television Franchise Agreement between Collier County and Marco Island Cable that was commended on June 24, 1997. 1. Subsection 3.1 is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 3. Franchise Territory and Initial Service Area 3.1 The cable television franchise granted pursuant to this Agreement served by the franchise Grantee shall be limited to encompass the entire geographic area of the unincorporated Collier Countv Marco Island Florida to be served by the franchise Grantee, and the specific public ways necessary to serve such areas, The cable television Grantee shall not exclude from its services any high-cost (per customer) area, any rural location, or any person based on that person's income. * * * ') ... Subsection 11.3 is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 11. Cable System Design and Construction 11.3 Construction Schedule. Grantee's Construction Schedule shall applv onlv within the city limits (municipal boundaries) oiMarco Island. * * * 3. Subsection 14.1 is hereby amended and Subsections 14.1,1, 14.1.2, 14.1.3, 14.1.4, and 14.1.5 are hereby added to Section 14 as follows: Section] 4. Institutional Network Provisions. 14.1 At the request of the Grantor, the Grantee shall designate, no less than three months prior to the commencement of upgrade construction, two fibers of the installed capacity on its cable system within the County, exclusive of PEG channels, as an Institutional Network [I-Net]. f.rt--.#te absence of fibe;,-, tbe Grantee shall designate twelye (12) \1HZ of the capacity on its cable system as un institutional network. Only those dark fibers dedicated to the Grantor throu!!h the Franchise Agreement and subsequent amendments 10 the Franchise A!!reement and tbe t\\'elye (12) MHZ :.:apacity on the coaxial cable portion of it~ cable system shall be available to the Grantor and designated public agencies for voice, video and data transmission purposes pmsuant to terms and conditions described herein. The Grantor shall designate the locations, attached as Exhibit B and incol pOTated by reference as if fully set forth herein, to be served by Agenda Item No. 16A6 January 9, 2007 Page 5 of 7 the Institutional Network. The Institutional Network shall be reserved for exclusive use by the Grantor and designated public agencies. 14.1.1 In fiber backbone areas such as Route 95 L US 41 and Rattlesnake Hammock. Grantee shall reserve ] 2 dark fibers, exclusive of PEG channels, for use by Grantor to provide signal transport of non-cable competitive services such as traffic/intersection cameras, lift station monitoring, water pump control. and/or data transport to libraries, schools and/or County offices. Grantee will also provide facilities to allow the installation of Grantor owned fiber at the interconnect points at the expense of the Grantor, and no expense to the Grantee. 14.1.2 Marco Island Connection, Institutional Networks and Emergency Services Not later than thirty-six (36) months after the effective date of these amendments, Grantee shall install twelve (12) dark single mode fibers connecting to the County's I Net at the intersection of Collier Blvd. and US 41 with interconnection to the following locations: 1. Collier County Sheriff's Office, 990 North Barfield Drive (2 fibers) 2. Collier County Library, 210 South Heathwood Drive, (2 fibers) 3. Tommy Barfield Elementary School. 101 Kirkwood Street (4 fibers) 4. County Tax Collector's office, 1040 Winterberry Drive (2 fibers) 5. Fiber interconnection at Intersection of 951 and Mainsail Drive (2 fibers) 14.1.3 Notwithstanding Section 11.3 of the Franchise Agreement, as hereby amended, not later than thirty-six (36) months after the effective date of these amendments, Grantee shall provide One (1) dark single mode fiber connecting the County'S I-Net from the Conier County Sheriffs Office located at 990 North Barfield Drive to the City of Marco Island Police Department located at 1280 San Marco Road. 14.1.4 Grantee shall provide Grantor with reasonable advance written notice, with respect to Grantee's Cable System expansions into any and all non- backbone areas of the County prior to the commencement date of all such construction so that Grantor, concurrently with construction of Grantee's facilities. and at no expense to Grantee, may contract with Grantee's contractors for installation of additional fiber and/or fiber conduit for use by Grantor or Grantor's other selected beneficiaries. 14.1.5 Grantee shall install the fiber reserved for Grantor's exclusive within Grantee's Cable System conduit concurrently with Grantee's construction of that conduit along Mainsail Drive. Notwithstanding any other text in the Agreement or these amendments, Grantor shat! pay to Grantee the Grantee's costs of conduit materials along Mainsail Drive that \vould not be incurred by Grantee but for this installation of Grantor's fibers, plus /\oenda item No. 16A6 - Januarv 9. 2007 Page6 of 7 one dollar ($1.00) per conduit lineal foot along Mainsail Drive for labor to install such conduit to benefit Grantor. Grantee shall invoice Grantor and Grantor shall pay Grantee not later than sixty (60) davs after the actual interconnections of Grantee's system into Grantor's I-Net system at U.S. 41 and Collier Blvd. * * * 4. Except as expressly stated in Paragraphs 1, 2, and 3, above, the Franchise Agreement is not amended and remains in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned have caused this Second Amendment to Cable Franchise Agreement to be executed, effective immediately. ATTEST: Dwight E. Brock, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORlDA By: Deputy Clerk By:___ , Chairman ATTEST: MARCO ISLAND CABLE . i\ _I i " ! ',,",," \ -../,:, -Susan G. Gaston Corporate Secretary t:,. .' ,',.. ..... " . BY: ~ (L.S) \Vi Iliam R. -Gaston, President The foregoing was acknowledged before me this ~ day of --J /..'Y'J<-..C"';;:j-- , 2001 by William R, Gaston, who produced a Florida's Driver's License as identification. d~ REdeL NOTARY PUBLIC Approved as to form and legal sufficiency ,\~~~t~tl~f UNOA E 8LAI..OCK /~;;~ 1 ':"}" Notary PubIc . State of Florida , ~.:: ~3: .;MT,~Expe,M::lr23 2OCi8 \;:~'<:.' CommiSSion # DD281771 "'''::';''.. !:i<:,noecJ By Noho('ol Notary Assn By: Thomas C. Palmer, Assistant County Attorney .:::x MARCO ISLAND CABLE Aoenda Item No. 16A6 ~ January 9, 2007 . E'flge I of 7 VOIce: (239) b~2-~545 Fax: (239) 394-4895 Website: www.marcocable.com E-mail: marcocable@marcocable.com October 23, 2006 Mr. Jamie French Community Development and Environmental Services Division Collier County 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 Dear Mr. French: Via this letter and associated attachments Marco Island Cable requests an expansion of its franchise to include all non-incorporated areas of Collier County not currently included in our current Collier County franchise. Upon approval, this will be the Second Amendment to the Franchise issued to Marco Island Cable on June 24, 1997. As discussed in a meeting with you, Assistant County Thomas Palmer, and myself, there is sufficient precedent for such a request given the franchises issued for STI, Time Warner and Comcast. In that meeting, we also discussed an "'In Kind" agreement comparable to that given by STI. We agreed that a fair "In Kind" offer would be for Marco Island Cable to make available to the County 12 dark fibers for the County's exclusive use for non cable competitive services, such as traffic light or intersection cameras, lift station monitoring control and water pump control. Marco Island Cable agrees to this proposal and will supply 12 fibers in all backbone fiber installed in our system, Backbone would include fiber such as fiber installed on 951, 41 or Rattlesnake Hammock. As previously determined in the correspondence that resulted in the First Amendment to the franchise, it is not necessary for Marco Island Cable to tender an application fee, In compliance with Collier County Code Chapter 30, I have filled out pertinent portions of Collier County's, "Application for a Cable Communications Franchise." Most of the information that is requested in the attached application is already on file with the county in the application and amendment submitted in support of the Cable Franchise issued June 24, 1997. Portions of the application that have previously been submitted or not applicable have been so noted. In dealing with correspondence with this application, please communicate directly with me. \ Sincerelv, \", I:~ J III I~ , .'~ ,..... c..! \. \' William R. Gaston President Corporate Office: 926 Windward Dr., Suite 104. Marco Island, Florida 34]45 Mailing address: P.o. Box 368, Marco Island, FL 34146 Agenda Item No. 16A7 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommend the Board of County Commissioners award contract No. 07-4039 for $49,716.65 to Fraser and MohIke and Associates, Inc., a consultant firm, to take the primary lead within the public participation phase of the East of CR951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study and collect and tabulate the results of the public polling. OBJECTIVE: To obtain approval of contract No. 07-4039 with Fraser & Mohlke Associates, Inc. for facilitating the public participation process of the Horizon Study in conjunction with the Horizon Study Master Committee, CONSIDERATION: On May 24, 2006; the Board of County Commissioners (BCe) was presented the preliminary report of the East of County Road 951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study. The preliminary report was the identification of three levels of service options for public infrastructure and service outlays for the area east of CR951. At the conclusion of the workshop, the BCC provided staff with the direction to retain a consultant to facilitate the public participation phase of the Horizon Study. This Executive Summary is the manifestation of that directive. Staff issued RFP 07-4039 in accordance with Florida State Statute 287,055, otherwise known as "The Consultant's Competitive Negotiation Act". Notice of the RFP was posted on September 20, 2006. Eighty seven (87) firms were notified of the RFP and eight (8) firms requested a full package. On October 25, 2006 one (1) proposal was received. The proposal was submitted by Fraser & Mohlke Associates, Inc. The selection committee met with the firm on November 17, 2006 and determined that the firm was capable of performing the requested work. Staff then met with the firn1 and successfully negotiated a fair and reasonable contract for the polling and presentation services. FISCAL IMPACT: Sufficient budget exists in the Comprehensive Planning Departments (Fund 111) FY 2007 budget to award this contract. Source of funds is Ad Valorem Taxes. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There are no direct impacts upon the GMP related to the proposed public polling, but there may be indirect impacts felt upon the GMP based upon the preferences revealed by the public polling process. These preferences revealed in regards to attitudes related to growth, infrastructure and services expected by the population within the Study area may be utilized as factors considered by the BCC in making decisions related to GMP amendments in the future, but also request for project approvals within the Rural Fringe, Eastern Lands and various other sub-areas which comprise the Study area. ,...-..., Agenda Item No. 16A7 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners (1.) Approve Contract #07-4039, "Public Relations and Polling Services for Phase II of the CR 951 Horizon Study in the amount of $49,716.65 to Fraser & Mohlke Associates, Inc., (2) Authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign the standard County Attorney approved agreement. Prepared by: Mike Bosi, AICP, Community Planning and Redevelopment Manager, Comprehensive Planning Department Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda 11em No. 16A7 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16A7 Recommendation to award contract No 07-4039 for $49,716 to Fraser and Mohlke and Associates, inc.. a consultant firm, to take the primary lead withm the public partIcIpation phase of the East of CR9S1 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study and collect and tabulate the results of tile public polling 119/20079 00:00 11M Date Prepared By Mike Bosi, AICP Community Development & Environmental Services Principal Planner Zoning & Land Development Review 12118/200612:40:23 PM App roved By Date Mike Bosi, AfCP Community Development & Environmental Services Principal Planner Zoning & Land Development Review 121181200612:40 PM Approved By Randall J. Cohen Community Development & Environmental Services Commuinty Planning and Redevelopment Manager Date Comprehensive Planning 12118/20062:00 PM Date Approved By Linda Best Administrative Services Contracts Agent Purchasing 1211812006 2:43 PM Date Approved By Marlene Stewart Community Development & Environmental Services Executive Secreta ry Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12118120063:26 PM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development 8; Environmental Services Community Devetopment & Environmental Services Adminstrator Date Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12/20120068:07 PM Date Approved By Steve Carnell Administrative Services Purchasing/General Svcs Director Purchasing 12122/200611;05 AM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator Count~' Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of' Management & Budget 12/22/20063:18 PM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 1212712006 10:25 11M Date Approved By James V. Mudd Bonrd of County Commissioners County Manager County Manager's Office 12/281200612:58 PM Agenda Item No. 16A8 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 ,- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve for recording the final plat of "Carolina Village", approval of the standard form Construction and Maintenance Agreement and approval of the amount of the performance security OBJECTIVE: To approve for recording the final plat of "Carolina Village", a subdivision of lands located in Section 34, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida, following the alternative procedure for approval of subdivision plats pursuant to Resolution 99-199. CONSIDERATIONS: Engineering Review Section has completed the review of the construction drawings, specifications, and final plat of "Carolina Village". These documents are in compliance with the County Land Development Code and Florida State Statute No, 177. All fees have been paid. Security in the amount of 10% of the total cost of the required improvements, and 100% of the cost of any remaining improvements, together with a Construction and Maintenance Agreement for Subdivision Improvements, shall be provided and accepted by the Engineering Services Director and the County Attorney's office prior to the recording of the final plat. This would be in conformance with the County Land Development Code -- Section 10.02.04. ,- Engineering Services Department recommends that the final plat of "Carolina Village" be approved for recording. FISCAL IMPACT: The project cost is $421,042.66 (estimated) to be borne by the developer, The cost breakdown is as follows: a) b) Water & Sewer Drainage, Paving, Grading - $171,301.33 - $249,741.33 The Security amount, equal to 110% of the project cost, is $463,146.93 The County will realize revenues as follows: - Fund: Community Development Fund 131 Agency: County Manager Cost Center: 138327 -- Engineering Project Review Revenue generated by this project: Total: $13,781.28 Agenda Item No. 16A8 January 9, 2007 Fees are based on a construction estimate of $421,042.66 and were paidAmA~ri1\ 4 2006. The breakdown is as follows: a) Plat Review Fee ($1,000.00 + $5.1ac) -$1,150,00 b) Construction Drawing Review Fee Water & Sewer (.75% const. est.) - $1,284.76 c) Drainage, Paving, Grading (.75% const. est.) - $1,873.06 d) Construction Inspection Fee Water & Sewer (2.25% const. est.) - $3,854.28 e) Drainage, Paving, Grading(2.25%const.est.) - $5,619.18 GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The developer must receive a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities prior to the issuance of the construction plan final approval letter. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: There are no outstanding environmental issues. HISTORICAL/ARCHAEOLOGICAL IMPACT: There are no historical or archaeological impacts. If during the course of site clearing, excavation or other construction activity, a historic or archaeological artifact is found, all development within the minimum area necessary to protect the discovery shall be immediately stopped and the Collier County Code Enforcement Department contacted. lEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed and approved the plat and associated legal documents. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve the Final Plat of "Carolina Village" for recording with the following stipulations: 1. Approve the amount of $463,146.93 as performance security for the required improvements; or such lesser amount based on work completed, and as is approved by the Engineering Services Department. 2. Approve the standard form Construction and Maintenance Agreement, and a. That no Certificates of Occupancy be granted until the required improvements have received preliminary acceptance. b. That the plat not be recorded until suitable security and an appropriate Construction and Maintenance Agreement is approved and accepted by the Engineering Services Department Director and the County Attorney's office. PREPARED BY: John Houldsworth, Senior Engineer, Engineering Review Department cor- """ <(0_ COOO ~("') Q.) :c.. _~~ EC'OIl. (1):::; _t:: -CO C'O, -c t:: (1) Ol <( '" ~ o -< ~ ~ ~ Z :E W Q ! f- tc Bi Ci.io :i 9 ! ~ I I ~ ~ s I ~ Ii; ~ ~ ill ~ ~ ::! 2 III ~~ .-- ! l!8 f-z 5 ~i, ~ Q l~~ ~ LL"~ ~~.~ I~~~ "11 ~~~ Ii ~ I-- ~ II -1 Ill" ~ i ~~ g~ I I~r-L- 1 q ~ ~I ~~ ~ii 1 i " h - !:!~ i ~ c~ I !l N ~ ';1; i! i~ I " ~.-,.,..,." B!I h ; rU---- r-- ~g., \1~ l L ~a ~U ~~ ~W i e~ = ~ IS i g "tt[~' I II' J I~ 2 l- I:! ~ - ~: ~~ . N ~ ~i ; ~ Ii I:! Bp) N~~ zl!i ; :! ... N ~ & ! !! l! !l i JO ~ I a.. ~ g <( ~ w ~ J!! CJ CJ L1J ~ l- i ~ R - ~ en ~ ill II ;l; ;> 18 ,. i ~ ! ~ ! T ..,,, D'" I ctN^iYlOB ):I:imoo ll6lf'O ~ I J;l ~ ~~i ~ ~i ~I!lil .. ~~i ~ ~~ - illS I!! ~l: I1l ~~ I! 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Recommendation to approve for recording tt16 final plat of Carolina Village, approval of the standard form Construclion and Maintenance Agreement and approval of the amount 0'1 the performance security 119120079:0000 AM Senior Engineer Date Prepared By John Houldsworth Community Development & Environmental Services Engineering Services 12/20/20061:02:25 PM Marlene Stewart ExecutIve Secretary Date Approved By Community Devcfopment & Environmental Services Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 12/21120069:05 AM Thomas E. Kuck, P.E CDES Engineering Services Director Date Approved By Community Development & Environmental Services COES Engineering SerJices 12121/200611:51 AM John Houldsworth Senior Engineer Date Approved By Community ~velopment & Environmental Services Engineering Services 12122120067:12 AM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development & Environmental Services Community Development & Environmental Services Adminstrator Date Communfty Development & Environmental Sen.sices Admin. 1212712006 9:07 AM Administrative Assistant Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12127/20064:15 PM Mark Isackson Budget Analyst Date Approved By County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12/27/20064:34 PM Leo E. Ochs. Jr. Deputy County Manager DJte A pp roved By Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 12127/20064:51 PM Agenda Item No. 1681 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to award a construction contract to Better Roads, Inc. for Immokalee Road (C.R. 846) Intersection Improvements at Sanctuary Road, Bid No. 07-4090, Project No. 66065, in the amount of $826,725.20 OBJECTIVE: To award a construction contract for Immokalee Road (C.R. 846) Intersection Improvements at Sanctuary Road to Better Roads, Inc., in accordance with Bid No. 07-4090. CONSIDERATIONS: The project consists of constructing an eastbound left turn lane and a westbound left turn lane at the Sanctuary Road intersection, including construction of paved shoulders with guardrails on both sides of Immokalee Road, along with several drainage improvements. The project was submitted for advertisement of bids on November 6, 2006. A non- mandatory pre-bid meeting was held on November 20, 2006. Four bids were opened on December 7,2006 and are as follows: Better Roads, Inc. Bonness, Inc. Quality Enterprises USA Florida Highway Products $826,725.20 $898,204.08 $922,946.12 $1,045,474.00 - The low bid from Better Roads, Inc. is 1.8% above the Engineer's Cost Estimate of $812,016.00. Purchasing Department reviewed all bids and found several errors in the highest bid submitted by Florida Highway Products; the new total base bid amount is $1,045,449.89 which is still the highest bid. The other bids were found to be correct. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $826,725.20 are available in the Transportation supported Gas Tax Funds 313. Source of funds are gas taxes. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The intersection improvements on Immokalee Road (C.R. 846) at Sanctuary Road have no impact on the Growth Management Plan, RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve: 1) the contract with Better Roads, Inc., for construction of Immokalee Road (C.R. 846) Intersection Improvements at Sanctuary Road and authorize the Chairman to sign the Contract; and, 2) a temporary speed limit reduction from 55 mph to 45 mph within the limits of the project throughout the construction phase. PREPARED BY: A. Nyankadau Korti, Project Manager, TECM Attachments: Revised Bid Tabulation .- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. 1681 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16B1 Recommendalion to award a construction contract to Better Roads, Inc for Immokaiee Road (G.R, 846) Intersection Improvements at Sanctuary Road, Bid No, 07-4090, Project No, 66065, in the amount of $826.725.20, 1/9/2007900:00 AM Prepared By A. Nyankadau Kortl Transportation Services Project Manager Transportation Engineering and Construction Date 12112120061 :36:32 PM Date Approved By Dale A. Bathon, P.E. Transportation Services Prinicipal Project Manager Transportation Engineering and Construction 12112/20062:27 PM Date App roved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportation SGr'Vices Admin 12/13120064:11 PM Date App roved By Brenda Brilhart Administrative Services Purchasing Agent Purchasing 12113/20064:41 PM Date Approved By Mike Hauer Administrative Services Acquisition Manager Purchasing 12114/20067:38 AM Date Approved By Steve Carnell Administrative Services Purchasing/General Svcs Director Purchasing 12/14/2006 10:39 AM Date Approved By Najeh Ahmad Transportation Services Director Transportation Engineering & Construction Management 12114120063:20 PM Transportation DivisIon Administrator Date Approved By Norm E, Feder. 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'? t:: N '" N ... ~ ~ 6 '" ... ;;; ~ do 6 .;, 6 0 ~ e ~ .;, .;, .;, 0 :: ;= ~ ~ ~ 0 ~ N '" N '" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (;J '" (;J (;J R R R ~ N '" '" '" '" '" ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 0> c -< o 0: >- 0: <", ~::>", <01-0 ""U"' co Z l.O lJJ . -< o..J 0:: lI) Z ~ ~!;( ti In Q lI) ~J:: <l-aU o Z",Ul 0:: w ~ g w ili I- ~ W > z..... ..J 0 => Q <0:8-- 5 !i ffi 9 :::!: --lll ~ z:J - g 8 U w lI) 0: w I- ~ ~ o ~ UJ co ~ a .. o "0 " ~ u, ;; OJ 0: Agenda Item No. 1682 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 r--. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07-3986R, "Annual Contract for Concrete Sidewalk and Curb Maintenance" to N. R. Contractors, Inc. for an estimated annual expenditure of $250,000. OBJECTIVE: To award an annual contract to supply the necessary materials and labor for the maintenance of concrete sidewalks and curbs within Collier County. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Purchasing Department posted Bid #07-3986R, "Annual Contract for Concrete Sidewalk and Curb Maintenance" on October 5, 2006. Invitations to bid were sent to 146 vendors and one (1) response was received by the bid opening date of October 27, 2006. Staff recommends that this bid be awarded to the sole bidder, N. R. Contractors. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $250,000 are budgeted within the MSTD General Fund 111 Road Maintenance budget. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary, ,- RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners award Bid #07-3986R, "Annual Contract for Concrete Sidewalk and Curb Maintenance" to N.R. Contractors, Inc Prepared by: Mark Rothenberger, Road and Bridge, Transportation Division Attachment: Bid Tab -- -1- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Dale: Agenda Item No. 1682 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16B2 Recommendalion that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07. 39S6R. Allnual Contract for Concrete Sidewalk and Curb Maintenance 10 N R. Contractors. Inc. for an estimated annual expenditure of $250000, 1/9/2007900:00 AM Date Prep. red By Mark Rothenberger Transportation Services Engineer Inspector Stormwater Management 12113120063:16:57 PM Date Approved By Brenda Brilhart Administrative Services Purchasing Agent Purchasing 12113/20064:40 PM Date App roved By John Vliet Transportation Services Roads Maintenance Superintendant Road Maintenance 1211412006 7 :40 AM Date Approved By Mike Hauer Administrative Services Acquisition Manager Purchasing 12114/20067:40 AM Date Approved By Steve Carnell Administrative Services Purchasing/General Svcs Director Purchasing 121141200610:28 AM Date Approved By Rookmin Nauth Transportation Services Management/Budget Analyst Transportation Engineering and Construction 1211412006 2:44 PM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportation Services Admin 12114/20062:49 PM Date Approved By Norm E. 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E Agenda Item No. 1683 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07-4043, "Milling of Existing Asphalt Roadways" to FTA Holdings, LLC, Better Roads, Inc. and Bonness for an estimated annual expenditure of $100,000. OBJECTIVE: To award an annual contract to supply the necessary materials and labor for the milling of existing Collier County asphalt roadways and to remove and! or replace existing traffic calming devices. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Purchasing Department posted Bid #07-4043, "Milling of Existing Asphalt Roadways" on October 6,2006. Invitations to bid were sent to 217 vendors and three (3) responses were received by the bid opening date of October 27,2006. Staff recommends that this bid be awarded to FT A Holdings as Primary, Better Roads, Inc. as Secondary and Bonness as Tertiary vendors. If the Primary cannot provide the service/product within the required timeframe, the Secondary vendor, etc. will be utilized. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $100,000 are budgeted within the MSTD General Fund 111 Road Maintenance budget. -,- GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners award Bid #07-4043, "Milling of Existing Asphalt Roadways" to FT A Holdings, LLC, Better Roads, Inc. and Bonness. Prepared by: Mark Rothenberger, Road and Bridge, Transportation Division Attachment: Bid Tab ..,~, -1- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. 1683 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1683 Recommenda110n that the Board of Collier County Comlllisioners approve award of Bid #07- 4043, Milling of Existing Asphalt Roadways to FTA Holdings, llC, Better Roads, Inc and Bonness for an estimated annual expenditure of $100:000. 1/9/20079:00 00 ,11M Date Prepared By Mark Rothenberger Transportation Services Engineer Inspector Storm water Management 12/13/20063:31 :14 PM Date Approved By Brenda Brllhart Administrative Services Purchasing Agent Purchasing 12/13/20064:40 PM Date Approved By John Vliet Transportation Services Roads Maintenance Superintendant Road Maintenance 12114/2006 7:42 AM Date Approved By Mike Hauer Administrative Services Acquisition Manager Purchasing 12/14/20067:43 AM Date Approved By Steve Carnell Administrative Services Purchasing/General Svcs Director Purchasing 12/14/200610:31 AM Date Approved By Rookmin Nauth Transportation Services Management/Budget Analyst Transportation Engineering and Construction 12/14/2006 2:47 PM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Transportation Services Admin. 12/15/2006 11 :20 AM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supeti.lisor Transportation Services Admin 12/15/20063:47 PM Date Approved By Pat Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive Secretary Transportation Services Admin 12116/20069:23 AM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/18/20069:37 AM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12/20/20069:15 AM Date Approved By Leo E. Ochs. Jr. Board of County Commissioners Deputy County Manager County Manager's Office 12/20/2006 2:03 PM ~C') ~o ~C') J5dk1l ~ ~~ctl g~ ~o.. ~... ~ Q) 0:> <( V\ V\ 0 0 0 0 0 r". 0; 0; ~ 0 0 0 '" U N - - - C .f C >, I- - " ..J Cl ..J 0 '" M t:>O " c: Z -< '6 it> Z "0 >, ::c " Cl < V\ !;: - ~~ ('oj Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl '" M 00 00 '7 M 00 0 '" '7 '7 ~ ::J V\ .f N N N M r-: V\ r::: '" u "'0 V\ - M ~ .5 " '" CI -< en 0 <I) Z c: M c: " 0 I:I:I Z Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl V\ S V\ 0 0 0 g N ~ - c: 0 .f M N N V\ C C U I- 0 0 .5 M V\ N M ~ ", " -0 CI -< " 0 0 Z ~ M I- " ~ Z <I) I:I:I Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl "" Vl -E ~ '"2 "E ;.; Vi ~ => ::; ::; c: " " " " 0 " " >< >< >< >< ::c I.I.I I.I.I C ::: '" ~ ~ ~ ~ g f- .0 " " " " c: g .~ -~ -~ .~ <I) <I) :.; ~ -0 [/J [/J [/J [/J .C <I) g I- g g "'- " ~ 8 0.. 0 '" <I) '" :.> "9 c: u u :.; :.; c: -'" .C .C 'C .C e u 0.. 0.. 0.. 0.. -< 0.. Z :; "S2 0 0) ii3 u i= .;:; "0 "0 0.. 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I:I:I 2 1 " 0 -g 1)' "" :.c 0) € ~ c!5 ::l ~ 0 ~ c: u 0) Vi I t:>O -< en Oil 3 "" c: .~ " ';:::l 0 ~ ii3 " '~ 0.. . 0 0. 0 oS u u 1] t! ~~ ~ :.1 :.0 Q S E 0 . ~ ~ ~ ~ " ~ "C ~ .5 c '" ] 8 ~ " 0. 0 t'O ''::: ~ E ~ '" .: Agenda Item No. 16B4 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of Collier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07-4057, "Purchase and Delivery of Metal and Polyethylene Pipe" to Contech Construction Products, Inc., Ferguson Waterworks and HD Supply Waterworks LTD for an estimated annual expenditure of $50,000. OBJECTIVE: To award an annual contract to furnish and deliver metal and polyethylene pipe and miscellaneous related supplies. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Purchasing Department posted Bid #07-4057, "Purchase and Delivery of Metal and Polyethylene Pipe" on October 27,2006. Invitations to bid were sent to 62 vendors and four (4) responses were received by the bid opening date of November 16, 2006. Staff recommends that this bid be awarded to Contech Construction Products, Inc., Ferguson Waterworks and HD Supply Waterworks LTD as Primary and Secondary vendors per line item. If the Primary cannot provide the service/product within the required timeframe, the Secondary vendor, etc. will be utilized. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $50,000 are budgeted within the MSTD General Fund 111 Road Maintenance budget. ,- GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners award Bid #07-4057, "Purchase and Delivery of Metal and Polyethylene Pipe" to Contech Construction Products, Inc., Ferguson Waterworks and HD Supply Waterworks LTD. Prepared by: Mark Rothenberger, Road and Bridge, Transportation Division Attachment: Bid Tab .~.'-"" -1- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. 16B4 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 6 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1664 Recommendation that the Board of Gallier County Commisioners approve award of Bid #07- 4057. Purchase and Delivery of Metal and Polyethylene Pipe to Gontech Construction Products. tnc, Ferguson Waterworks and HD Supply Waterworks L TD for an estimated annual expenditure of $50,000. 11912007 9:00:00 AM Engineer Inspector Date Prepa red By Mark Rothenberger Transportation Services Stormwater Management 12/13/20063:53:02 PM Purchasing Agent Date Approved By Brenda Brilhart Administrative Services Purcha&ing 12113/20064:28 PM John Vliet Roads Maintenance Superintendant Date Approved By Transportation Services Road Maintenance 12/14120067:42 AM Mike Hauer Acquisition Manager Date Approved By Administrative Services Purchasing 12114/20067:45 AM Steve Carnell Purchasing/General Svcs Director Date Approved By Administrative Services Purchasing 12114/200610:33 AM Approved By Rookmin Nauth Transportation Services ManagemenUBudget Analyst Date Transportation Engineering and Construction 12/14/20062:48 PM Transportation Division Administrator Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin. 121151200611:20 AM Sharon Newman Accounting Supervisor Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12/15/2006 4: 12 PM Pat lehnhard Executive Secretary Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12/18/20069:22 AM OMS Coordinator Administrative Assistant Date Approved By County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12/18/20069:37 AM Mark Isackson Budget Analyst Date Approved By County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12/18/20065:05 PM Approved By James V, Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager Date County Manager's Office 12119/20066:51 PM '7r--~0l",," ffi8tS.. .. ..-N.w,alal . ...C...... > o (j) ~ ~ .Q5 Z2:'li1:J~ ECOI2j.a3O:: (1):::>",,0:: en =::~Oen:Q co-,zQ)oo -0 g' C -"" (I) U OJ ro <( 0. -Q) 0. 0:: Q) c Q) >. .c Q} >- o 0. I'--go LD ro .. 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Agenda Item No. 1685 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 .,- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve a Resolution establishing a "No Parking" zone on the south shoulder of Radio Lane beginning at the point of tangent for the eastern driveway leading to the Circle K store and extending 600 feet eastward at a cost of $1900. OBJECTIVE: That the Board of County Commissioners approve a Resolution to establish a "No Parking" zone on the south shoulder of Radio Lane beginning at the point of tangent for the eastern driveway leading to the Circle K store and extending 600 feet eastward. CONSIDERATIONS: Traffic Operations staff received a request for the No Parking signage from County Code Enforcement Officers, who have documented dump-trucks and semi trucks with trailers parked on the gravel area that is off the shoulder, on County property, where the No Parking signs are requested. Officers stated that these trucks had been observed to park at this location overnight on many occasions. Because this is County property Code Enforcement has expressed a liability concern. ,- FISCAL IMPACT: The estimated cost of installing the "No Parking" signs and roadside object markers is approximately $1900. (7 signs at $100 each and 24 object markers at $50 each). Funds are budgeted in Traffic Operations Fund 101. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: There is no Growth Management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve a resolution to establish a "No Parking" zone on the south shoulder of Radio Lane beginning at the point of tangent for the eastern driveway leading to the Circle K store and extending 600 feet eastward. Prepared By: Robert P. Register, Traffic Operations Department Attachments: Resolution, Location Sketch - RESOLUTION NO, 2007-_ Agenda Item No. 1 tS5 January 9, 2 07 Page 2 f 4 RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH A "NO PARKING" ZONE ALONG THE RIGHT-OF- WAY OF RADIO LANE BEGINNING AT THE POINT OF TANGENT FOR THE EASl'ER1\'MOST DRNEW A Y OF THE CIRCLE K STORE AND EXTENDING 600 FEET EAST ALONG THE SOUTHERN SHOULDER OF RADIO LANE WHEREAS, on May 20, 1980, the Board of County Commissioners adopted CoIher County Ordinance No. 80-47, as amended, regulating parking in the unincorporated areas of Collier County; and WHEREAS, Section Four, Paragraph 2 of said ordinance authorizes the Board of County Commissioners to adopt resolutions designating certain areas along County roads as being areas in which parking, standing or stopping are restriCted or prohibited, and upon adoption of said resolutions by the Board of Commissioners, such roads shall be posted with signs specifying the restrictions or prohibitions of parking, standing, or stopping; and WHEREAS, a rcquest has been submittcd for the establishment of a "no parking" zone within the right-or-way for the cxisting street; and WHEREAS, through an investigation of the area by the Collier County Traffic Operations Department, it has been determined to be in the interest of the County to establish a "No Parking" Zone along the County road right-of-way of Radio Lane. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMlWSSIONERS OF COll..IER COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT the following County road right-of-way be designated as a "No Parking" Zone and said road be posted as necessary with signs specifying that parking is prohibited at any time, as follows: "NO PARKING" is to be allowed along the southern right-of-way of Radio Lane for a distance for 600 feet cast of the point of tangent of the easternmost driveway of the Circle K store. TI-IIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED after motion, second, and majority vote favoring the same this _ day of ,2007. ATTEST: COMMISSIONERS DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUl'o"TY COLLIER COU!\'TY, FLORIDA BY; Deputy Clerk BY: FRANK HALAS. Chairman Approved as w fonn and Irgli"l:.tlf!iciencY:'"I' . ,,' / ",..' { , (.'~ 11- J (' /i ...:-1 Scott Teach Assistant Collier County Atlorney Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. 1685 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1685 RecommendatIOn to approve a Resolution establishing a No Parking zone on the south shoulder of Radio Lane begmnlng at the point of tangent for the eastern driveway leading to the Circle K store and extending 600 feet eastward at a cost of $1900 1/9/2007 90000 ,~M Traffic Ops Engineer Date Prepared By Robert Register Transportation Services Traffic Operations 11/221200611:29:23 AM Shar'on Newman Accounting Supervisor Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12113120063:30 PM Scott R. Teach ASSIstant County Attorney Date Approved By County Attorney County Attorney Office 121141200611:25AM Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Division Administrator Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin. 12114120061 :20 PM Michelle Edwards Arnold Code Enforcement Director Date Approved By Community Development & Environmental Services Code Enforcement 12114120062:37 PM Robert W. Tipton, P.E. Traffic Operations Director Date Approved By Transportation Services TraffiC Operations 12/151200610:14 AM Robert Register Traffic Ops Engineer Date App roved By Transportation Services Traffic Operations 121151200610:54 AM Barbara LaPierre Management/Budget Analyst Date Approved By Transportation Services Traffic Operations 12118120069:24 AM Pat Lehnhard Executive Secretary Date Approved By Trans.portation Services Transportation Services Admin 12/18/20069:46 AM Administrative Assi!"itant Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 1211812006 11 :00 AM Mark Isackson Budge1 Analyst Date Approved By County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 12118f20061U1 AM Approved By James V. Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager Date County Manager's Office 12/19/20068:51 AM Lnr--.::t coo.... <o.Q 0 . -.::t Q) ;;". cg' Ecoo.. Q):::J .....C -CO C1j-:> 1:1 c:: Q) ell <( Agenda Item No. 1686 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to direct the County Manager, or his designee, to draft a County Ordinance governing the threshold amount of land or easement purchases requiring one or two real estate appraisals (Estimated fiscal impact: $0.00) OBJECTIVE: To direct the County Manager, or his designee, to draft an ordinance governing the threshold dollar amount of land or easement purchases requiring one or two appraisals, and to direct the advertisement of same as required by law. CONSIDERATIONS: Section 125.355(b) of the Florida Statutes sets the threshold dollar amount for real estate purchases requiring one and two appraisals. Purchases less than $500,000 require a single real estate appraisal and purchases in excess of $500,000 require the county to obtain two appraisals. The statutes allow counties to waive the requirement for an appraisal where the purchase price is less than $100,000. The past two decades since these threshold amounts were written into law (1985) have seen the average price of real estate increase five-fold, and even ten-fold in some markets. The Board of County Commissioners, however, has the opportunity to change these thresholds under Section 125.355(c) which states, "Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, any county that does not choose with respect to any specific purchase to utilize the exemptions from s.] 19.07(1) provided in this section may follow any procedure not in conflict with the provisions of chapter 119 for the purchase of real property which is authorized in its charter or established by ordinance." ,.,-." By directing the County Manager, or his designee, to draft an ordinance governing the purchase of real property, the Board may increase the dollar-amounts thresholds under which multiple appraisals are required. The provisions of the proposed ordinance are summarized as follows: (1) The Board may waive the requirement for an appraisal where the purchase price is less than $500,000. (2) For purchases between $500,000 and $1 million an appraisal would be required; but it could be prepared by a state certified real estate appraiser who was a salaried employee of the Board. (3) For purchases between $1 million and $2.5 million an appraisal prepared by an independent real estate appraiser hired by the Board would be required. (4) For purchases over $2.5 million, two independent appraisals would be required. (5) The proposed ordinance also relieves the Board from the requirement to approve by super- majority vote the more expensive purchases. Currently, the statute requires a super- majority approval for any purchase over $500,000 where the purchase price exceeds the average of the two appraisals. ,.,,,,-,,, Agenda Item No. 1686 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with this Executive Summary other than future savings by allowing that many purchases may be supported by in-house appraisals, and that many "second appraisals" will become unnecessary as a result of raising the threshold limits for purchases requiring two independent appraisals. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this recommendation. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida direct the County Manager, or his designee, to draft an ordinance governing the purchase of real property, increasing the dollar-amounts thresholds under which multiple appraisals are required, and to advertise same as required by law. Prepared by: Kevin Hendricks, Right-of-Way Acquisition Manager Ite.m Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. 1686 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16B6 Recommendation to Direct the County Manager or his Designee to Draft a County Ordinance Governing the Threshold Amount of Land or Easement Purchases Requiring One or Two Reai Estate Appraisals (Estimated fiscai Impact. $0.00) 1/9/2007 9:00:00 AM Oat. Prepared By Kevi n Hendricks Transportation Services Right or Way Acquisition Manager TECM.ROW 12/1120064:17:59 PM Date Approved By Kevin Hendricks Transportation Services Right Of Way Acquisition Manager TECM.ROW 12/61200611:53 AM Oat. Approved By Toni A. Mott Administrative Services Real Property Supervisor Facilities Management 12/13120068:14 AM Date Approved By Najeh Ahmad Transportation Services Oi rector Transportation Engineering & Construction Management 12/14/20063:21 PM Date Approved By Lisa Taylor Transportation Services ManagemenUBudget Analyst Transportation Administration 12/19/2006 10:22 AM Dale Approved By Heidi F. Ashton County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/191200610:46 AM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportation Services Admin 12/19120062:40 PM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AtCP Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Transportation Services Admin, 12/19120065:15 PM Date Approved By Pat Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive Secretary Transportation Services Admin 12/20/20069:58 AM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/201200611 :35 AM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12/201200611:37 AM Dote Approved By Michael Smykowskl County Manager's Offic. Management & Budget Director Office of Management & Budget 112/2007 4:08 PM Date Approved By James V. Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager County Manager's Office 112/20075:19 PM Agenda Item No. 1687 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve an Inter-local Agreement between the School District of Collier County, collectively referred to as "District", and Collier County, herein referred to as "County", for possible future operational improvements. OBJECTIVE: To obtain Board approval of an Inter-local Agreement (the "Agreement") between the District and the County. The purpose of the Agreement is to allow the District to move forward with the construction of Elementary School M and reserve the right to require improvements to the access on Texas Ave. ,...-... CONSIDERATION: The District, in the process of obtaining all necessary permits for the construction of Elementary M, has submitted a traffic impact analysis for review. The transportation planning staff has reviewed the application and determined that due to the variable nature of the school traffic impacts, it would be in the best interest of both parties to defer analysis until such time that an accurate study can be completed. Typical traffic analysis focuses on the PM peak hour that has a gradual increase as opposed to a concentrated AM impact from a schooL The school's attendance boundary has not been officially approved and the percentage of students arriving by bus cannot be determined at this time; therefore, a fo How up study is appropriate, The District and the Transportation Planning staff has agreed upon a follow up study once the school is open and the actual impacts can be analyzed. The District has agreed to set aside $250,000, which both parties feel is sufficient to fund any improvements identified by the study. The improvements identified as possibly being required in the preliminary study included turn lanes, pedestrian access and driveway modifications. The follow up study is required prior to December 31,2012, or if requested earlier by the County in writing. FISCAL IMPACT: The County will not be required to fund the study or improvements identified by the study. The County has reserved the right to add additional improvements in coordination with what is required by the District. There is no fiscal impact to the County in the agreement. GROWTH MANAGEMENT: This Agreement IS consistent with the Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approves the Inter- local Agreement, and authorizes the Chairman to execute the Agreement on behalf of the County. Prepared by: Nick Casalanguida, Planning Manager, Transportation Planning Depm1ment Attachments: (1) Inter-local Agreement, (2) Locus Map ,- Item Number: Item Summary: MeetIng Date: Agenda ttem No. 1687 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 5 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16B7 Recommendation to approve an Inter-local Agreement betwean the School Districl of Collier County, collectively referred 10 as "District, and Coilier County. nerein referred to as County, for possible future operational improvements as it pertains to Elementary Schaol 'M' traffic impacts, 1/9120079:0000 AM Date Approved By Nick Casalanguide Transportation Services Project Manager Transportation Planning 12/19/20063:25 PM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, Ale? Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Transportation Services Admin. 12/19/20065:33 PM Date Approved By Scott R. Teach County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/201200611:20 AM Date Approved By Donald L. Scott Transportation Services Transportation Planning Director Transportation Planning 12/20/200611:33 AM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportation Services Admin 12/21/2006 9:52 AM Date Approved By Pat Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive Secretary Transportation Services Admin 12/21/20069:54 AM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/21/20063:22 PM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12127/2006 9:57 AM Date App roved By Leo E. Ochs, Jr. Board of County Commissioners Deputy County Manager County Manager's Office 12/27/200611:04 AM Agenda Item No. 16B7 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 5 INTERLOCALAGREEMENT Elementarv School M - County Transportation Improvements This Interlocal Agreement ("Agreement") dated --CtJober 11- , 2006 is by and between the School District of Collier County ("District") and Collier County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida ("County"). Recitals WHEREAS, the District intends to construct a public school commonly known as Elementary School M (the "School") and is in the process of School Board Review ("SBR'') which is performed by the County; WHEREAS, the County has requested that the District address certain potential transportation impacts related to the School as part of SBR; and WHEREAS, the County and the District, have determined and mutually agreed to consummate this Agreement to enable expedited construction of the Scbool and to address any potential transportation impacts related to the School as expressly provided for herein. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of these premises, the sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00), and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby mutually acknowledged, it is agreed by and between the parties as follows: 1. Notice of Traffic Studv. On or before December 31, 2012, or if requested earlier by the County in writing, the District shall conduct a traffic study, analyzing transportation and traffic impacts created by the School. The traffic study shall be in accordance with the Florida Department of Transportation guidelines and procedures and consistent with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (the "Traffic Study"). 2. Mitieation of Transportation Impacts. In the event that the Traffic Study indicates that traffic calming devices (e.g. speed bumps and/or cross-walks) and/or other transportation improvements should be implemented in order to mitigate the transportation impacts of the School (the "Requir~d Improvements"), the District shall pay for the construction of the Required Improvements in an amount up to, but not to exceed Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000). In addition, the District shall consider utilization of the adjacent land, currently owned by the County Parks & Recreation (the "Park Parcel"), to improve the entrance to the School provided that such utilization of the Park Parcel shall be at no expense to the District. Should the County wish to modify the Required Improvements to exceed what is warranted by the School impacts, the County reserves the right to enter into a cost sharing agreement with the Agenda Item No. 1687 January 9.2007 Page 4 of 5 District to construct additional transportation improvements at no additional cost to the District. 3. Pedestrian Facilities. The District shall construct sidewalks on its property that will connect to the sidewalk network that is contiguous .to the School property. 4. Miscellaneous. This Agreement shall be governed by and constructed under the laws of the State of Florida. In the event any litigation is instituted by way of construction or enforcement of this Agreement, the party prevailing in said litigation shall be entitled to collect and recover from the opposite party all court costs and other expenses including reasonable attorney's fees. In no event shall the District be liable to the County for an amount greater in value of $250,000 and payment of this amount to the County or the conveyance of the ROW Parcel to the CoUnty shall constitute full and complete performance by the District under the tenns of this Agreement. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk Deputy Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA. By: By: FRANK HALAS, Chairman $:ifuz:LCiency: Scott R. Teach, Assistant County Attorney R Attest:: RAYMO sc~oo~~, tt~al:- By. 1-. . " :" , Richard W. Witllers Date: t!Jc-f~6e r /7/ ~ 0 ~ ~ -. 2 School uMu Location Map Agenda Itern-lNo. 1687 J.an, ,~. 9, 2,007 .I~! 5 f5 \\' '1" ~,\~ EO ,y S d,,-..\'l> Agenda Item No. 16B8 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 20 ,- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve a Resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to execute a Local Agency Program Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in which Collier County would be reimbursed up to $200,000 for sidewalk construction on Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive (project # 601201) OBJECTIVE: To obtain approval from the Board of County Commissioners for a Resolution approving the attached FDOT Local Agency Program (LAP) Agreement in the amount of $200,000 for construction of a sidewalk on Floridan A venue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive. CONSIDERATIONS: The FDOT is willing to enter into a LAP Agreement with Collier County, wherein FDOT will reimburse Collier County up to the sum of $200,000 for construction of a sidewalk on Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $283,000 are available in the Transportation Supported Gas Tax Fund 313, Floridian Avenue Project #601201. - GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners: (1) Approve a Resolution approving and authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to execute the attached Local Agency Program Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation in which Collier County would be reimbursed up to $200,000 for sidewalk construction on Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive. Prepared By: Trinity Caudill-Scott, Project Manager, Transportation Services Division, Transportation Engineering and Construction Management Department. Attachments: 1) Resolution; 2) FDOT Lap Agreement FM # 420887-1 .'-- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Ilem No. 1688 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 20 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1668 Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to execute e Locel Agency Program Agreement with tt,e Florida Department of Transportation in which Collier County wouid be reimbursed up to $200,000 for sidewalk construction on Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive (Project #601201) 1/9/200790000 AM Date Approved By Trinify Caudill-Scott Transportation Services Project Manager Transportation Engineering & Construction Management 12/191200610:12 AM Date App roved By Scott R. Teach County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/19/2006 10:26 AM Date Approved By Dale A. Bathon, P.E. Transportation Services Prinicipal Project Manager Transportation Engineering and Construction 12/19/200610:42 AM Date Approved By Kay Luongo Transportation Services Grants Coordinator Transportation Admin 12119/200611:14 AM Date Approved By Najeh Ahmad Transportation Services Director Transportation Engineering & Construction Management 12119/20062:48 PM Date App roved By Rookmin Nauth Transportation Services ManagemenUBudget Analyst Transportation Engineering and Construction 12119/20063:02 PM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Transportation Services Admin. 12119/20065:22 PM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportatian Services Admin 12121120061:29 PM Date Approved By Pat Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive Secretary Transportation Services Admin 12/21120062:13 PM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/21120063:18 PM Oat& Approved By Susan Usher County Manager's Office Senior ManagemenUBudget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12/27/20062:27 PM Date App roved By Leo E. OChs, Jr, Board of County Commissioners Deputy County Manager County Manager's Office 12/2712006 3:40 PM Agenda Item No. 1688 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 20 RESOLUTION NO. 2007 - A RESOLUTION BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA, APPROVING, AND AUTHORIZING THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO EXECUTE, A LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, FOR SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION ON FLORIDAN A VENUE FROM BROW ARD STREET TO CONFEDERATE DRIVE. WHEREAS, the State of Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is willing to enter into a Local Agency Program Agreement ("Agreement) with Collier County, wherein FDOT will reimburse Collier County up to the sum of $200,000 for sidewalk construction on Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive. WHEREAS, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners finds that it is in the public interest to complete the construction for this sidewalk, and that this Agreement is in the best interests of the citizens of Collier County. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: 1. The Board of County Commissioners approyes, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, the attached Agreement. 2. The Collier County Clerk will forward a certified copy of this Resolution to FDOT along with the Agreement for execution by FDOT. 3. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon adoption. of THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED after motion, second, and majority vote favoring same, this ,2007. day ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: , Deputy Clerk FRANK HALAS, Chairman Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: Scott R. Teach Assistant County Attorney 12/18/2006 13:07 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item rQibOOGiS8 January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 20 S"l'ATE OF FLOFtlOADel'ARTMENT OFTRANSF'ORTATlON LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 52S-D10.,(O PROJECT UANAGSMeNT OFl'ICE 10106 f'Bi181 FPN: 420887.1 Fund: SE Federal No: 8887 287 A Org Code: 55014010106 FPN: Fund: Federal No: Org Cod.:!: FPN: Fund: Federal No: Org Code: FPN: Fund: Federal No: Org Cadi:!: County No:03 Contract No: Data Universal Number System (DUNS) No: 80.939-7102 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA): 20.205 Highway Planning and Construction FLAIR Approp: FLAIR Obj: I=LAIR Approp: FLAIR Obj: FLAI R' Approp: FLAIR Obj: FLAIR Approp: FLAIR Obj: Vendor No: F 596000558102 THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this _dayof ,_ by and between the STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, an agency of the State of Florida, hereinafter called the Department, and the Board of County Commissioners. Collier County. Florida 3301 Tamiami Trail East. Na~les. Florida 34112 herelnaftercalled the Agency. WIT N E SSE T H: WHEREAS, the Agency has the authority to enter into this Agreement and to undertake the project hereinafter described, and the Department has been granted the authority to function adequately in all areas of appropriate jUrisdiction including the impfementationaf an integrated and balanced transportation system and is authorized under Section 339.12, Florida Statutes. to enter into this Agreement: - "lOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants. promises and representations herein, the parties agree as allows: 1.00 Purpose of Agreement: The purpose of this Agreement is to provide for the Department's participation in ~ sidewalk and as further described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and by this reference made a part hereof, hereinafter called the "project." and to provide Department financial assistance to the Agency and state the terms and conditions upon which such assistance will be provided and the understandings as to the manner in which the project will be undertaken and completed. 1.01 Attachm~nts: Exhibit(s) A. Band 1 are attached and made a part hereof. 2.01 General Requirements: The Agency shall complete the project as described in Exhibit "A" with all practical dispatch, in a sound, economical. and efficient manner, and in accordance with the provisions herein, and all applicable laws. The project will be perfonned in accordance with all applicable Department procedures, guidelines. manuals, standards, and directives as described in the Department's Local Aaencv Proaram Manual. which by this reference is made a part hereof as if fully set forth herein. Time is of the essence as to each and every obligation under this Agreement. A full time employee of the Agency, qualified to ensure that the work being pursued is complete, accurate. and consistent with the terms. conditions, and specifications of this Agreement shall be In charge of each project. Removal of Any Unbllled Funds If Agency fails to timely perform its obligations in submitting invoices and documents necessary for the close out of the project, and said failure results in a loss of the remaining unbilled funding either by Federal withdrawal of funds or loss of State appropriation authority (which may include b,oth federal funds and state funds, if any state funds are on the project), Agency will be responsible for the remaining unbilled fUllds on the project. No other funds will be provided by the Department. Agency waives the right to contest SUCh removal of funds by the Department. if said removal is directly - related to Federal (FHWA) withdrawal of funds or loss of State appropriation authority due to Local Agency'S failure or ~onperformance. In addition to loss of funding. the Department will consider de-certification of said Agency for future LAP projects. 12/18/2006 13:07 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item NnP()eB8 January 9,2007 Page 5 of 20 STATE OF F~ORtl),A. DePARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT S~10-'lO PRD.JECT ~GEMENT OFFlCE 10/06 Pag9 2 Removal of All Funds If all funds are removed from the project, including amounts previously billed to the Department and reimbursed to the Agency, and the project is off the state hi.ghway system, then the department will have to request repayment for the previously billed amounts from the Local Agency. No state funds can be used on off-system projects. 2.02 Expiration of Agreement: The Agency agrees to complete the project on or before December 31, 2007. If the Agency does not complete the project within this time perIod, this Agreement will expire on the last day of the scheduled completion as provided in this paragraph unless al1 extension of the time period is requested by the Agency and granted in writing by the Department prior to the expiration of this Agreement. Expiration of this Agreement will be considered termination of the project. The cost of any work performed after the expiration date of this Agreement will not be reimbursed by the Department. 2.03 Pursuant to Federal. 'State, and Local Laws: In the event that any election, referendum, approval, permit, notice or other proceeding or authorization is requisite under applicable law to enable the Agency to enter into this Agreement or to undertake the project hereunder or to observe, assume or carry out any of the provisions of the Agreement, the Agency will initiate and consummate, as provided by law, all actions necessary with respect to any such matters so requisite. 2.04 Agency Funds: The Agency shall initiate and prosecute to completion all proceedings necessary, including federal-aid requirements, to enable the Agency to provide the necessary funds for completion of the project. 2.05 Submission of Proceedings, Contracts. and Other Documents: The Agency shall submit to the Department such data, reports, records, contracts, and other documents relating to the project as the Department and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) may require, 3.00 Project Cost: 3.01 Total Cost: The total cost of the project is $ 200,000,00, This amount is based upon the schedule of funding in Exhibit "B," The Agency agrees to bear all expenses in excess of the total cost of the project and any deficits involved. The schedule of funding may be mooified by mutual agreement as provided for in paragraph 4.00. 3.02 Department Participation: The Department agrees to participate, including contingencies, in the project cost to the extent provided in Exhibit "B." This amount includes federal-aid funds which are limited to the actual amount of federal- aid participation. 3.03 Limits on Department Funds: Project costs eligible for Department participation will be allowed only from the date of this Agreement. It is understood that Department partiCipation In eligible project costs Is subject to: a) Legislative approval of the Department's appropriation request in the work program year that the project is scheduled to be committed; b) Availability of funds as stated in paragraphs 3.04 and 3.05 of this Agreement; c) Approval of all plans. specifications, contracts or other obligating documents and all other terms of this Agreement; and d) Department approval of the project scope and budget at the time appropriation authority becomes available, 3.04 Appropriation of Funds: The Department's performance and obligation to pay under this Agreement is contingent upon an annual appropriation by the Legislature. If the Department's funding for this project is in multiple fiscal years, funds approval from the Department's Comptroller must be received each fiscal year prior to costs being incurred_ See Exhibit "8" for funding levels by fiscal year. Project costs utilizing these fiscal year funds are not eligible for reimbursement if incurred prior to funds approval being received. The Department will notify the Agency, in writing, when funds are available. 3.05 Multi-Year Commitment: In the event thIs Agreement is in excess of $25.000 and ha$ a term fora period of more than one year, the provisions of Section 339.135(6)(a), Florida Statutes, are hereby incorporated: 12/18/2006 13:07 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item rliJJp<l688 January 9, 2007 Page 6 of 20 STATE OF FLORIDA OEPARTMI!!NTOF 'TAAN8I'OI'lTATlOlll LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525-010-40 PROJECI MANAGEMENT Of'F'IC$. 101llB p~e. 3 "(a) The department, during any fiscal year, shall not expend money; incur any liability, or enter Into any contract which, by its terms, involves the expenditure of money in excess of the amounts budgeted as available for expenditure during such fiscal year. Any contract, verbal or written, made in violation of this subsection Is null and void, and no money may be paid on such contract The department shall require a statement from the comptroller of the Department .that funds are available prior to entering into any such, contract or other binding commitment of funds. Nothing herein contained shall prevent the making of contracts for periods exceeding 1 year, but any contract so made shall be executory only for the value of the selVices' to be rendered or agreed to be paid for in succeeding fiscal years, and this paragraph shall be incorporated verbatim in all contracts of the Department which are for an amount in excess of $25,000 and which have a term for a period of more than 1 year." 3.06 Notice-ta-Proceed: No cost may be incurred under this Ag.reement until the Agency has received a written Notice- to-Proceed from the Department. 3.07 Limits on Federal Participation: Federar~aid funds shall not participate in any cost which is not incurred in conformity with applicable Federal and State laws. the regulations In 23 Code of Federal Regulations (C,F.R.) and 49 C.F.R., and policies and procedures presoribed by the Division Administrator of FHWA. Federal funds shall not be paid on account of any cost incurred prior to authorization by the FHWA to the Department to proceed with the project or part thereof involving such cost (23 C.F.R. 1_9 (a)), If FHWA or the Department determines that any amount claimed is not eligible, federal partIcipation may be approved in the amount determined to be adequately supported and the Department shall notify the Agency in writing citing the reasons why items and amounts are not eligible for federal participation. Where correctable non-compliance with provisions of law or FHWA requirements exists, Federal funds may be withheld until compliance is obtained. Where non-compliance is not correctable, FHWA or the Department may deny participation in parcel or project costs in part or in total. - bor any amounts determined to be ineligible for federal reimbursement for which the Department has advanced payment, he Agency shall promptly reimburse the Department for all such amounts within 90 days of written notice. 4.00 Project Estimate and Disbursement Schedule: Prior to the execution of this Agreement, a project schedule of funding shall be prepared by the Agency and approved by the Department. The Agency shall maintain said schedule of funding, carry out the project, and shall Incur obligations against and make disbursements of project funds only in conformity with the latest approved schedule of funding for the project. The schedule of funding may be revised by mutual written agreement between the Department and the Agency. If revised, a copy of the revision should be forwarded to the Department's Comptroller and to the Department's Federal-aid Program Office, No increase or decrease shall be effective unless it complies with fund participation requirements of this Agreement and is approved by the Department's Comptroller. ' 5.00 Records: 5.01 Establishment and Maintenance Df Accounting Records: Records of costs . incurred under the terms of this Agreement shall be. maintained and made availabie upon request to the Department at all times during the perlodot this Agreement and for 5 years after the final payment is made. Copies ot these documents and records shall be furnished to the Department upon request Records of costs incurred include the Agency's general accounting records and the project records, together with supporting documents and records of the Agency and all subcontractors performing work on the project and all other records of the Agency and subcontractors considered necessary by the Department for a proper audit of costs. If any litigation, claim or audit is started before the expiration of the 5-year period, the records shall be retained until all litigation, claims or audit findings inVOlving the records have been resolved. 5.02 Costs Incurred for Project: The Agency shall charge to the project account all eligible costs of the project except costs agreed to be borne by the Agency or its contractors and subcontractors. Costs in excess of the programmed funding or attributable to actions which have not received the required approval of the Department shall not be considered eligible costs. .-, 5.03 Documentation of Project Costs: All costs charged to the project, including any approved services contributed by :he Agency or others, shall be supported by properly executed payrolls, time records, invoices, contracts or voucl1ers evidencing in proper detail the nature and proprie~' of the charges. ' 5.04 Audit Reports: Recipients offederal and state funds are to have audits done annually using the follOwing criteria: 12/18/2006 13:07 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item rQbOOfiB8 January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 20 STATe OF F~ORiD~, !;lSI>ARTMEN'T OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525-010-40 PROJECT WoNAGEMENT OFFICE 10106 P~ge 4 The administration of resources awarded by the Department to the Agency may be subject to audits and/or monitoring by the Department. as described in this section. Monitoring: In addition to reviews of audits conducted in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and Section 215.97, Florida Statutes, as revised (see "Audits" below), monitoring procedures may include, but not be limited to, on-site visits by Department staff, limited scope audits as defined by OMS Circular A-133. as revised, and/or other. procedures. By entering into this Agreement, the recipient agrees to comply and cooperate fully with any monitoring procedures/processes deemed appropriate by the Department. In the event the Department determines that a limited scope audit of the recipient is appropriate. the recipient agrees to comply with any additional instructions provided by the Department staff to the Agency regarding such audit. The Agency further agrees to comply and cooperate with any inspections, reviews, investigations or audits deerned necessary by the FOOT's Office of Inspector General (OIG). and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) or Auditor General. Audits Part I _ Federally Funded: Recipients of federal funds (Le.. state, local government or non-profit organizations as defined in OMB Circular A-133. as revised) are to have audits done annually using the following criteria: 1. In the event that the recipient expends $500,000 or more in federal awards in its fiscal year, the recipient must have a single or program-specific audit conducted in accordance wIth the provisions of OMS Circular A-133, as revised, Exhibit u1ft of this Agreement indicates federal resources awarded through the Department by this Agreement. In determining the federal awards expended in its fiscal year, the recipient shall consider all sources of federal awards. including federal resources received from the Department. The determination of amounts of federal awards expended should be in accordance with the guidelines established by OMB Circular A-133. as revised. An audit of the recipient conducted by the Auditor General in accordance with the provisions OMB Circular A-133, as revised. will meet the requirements of this part 2. In connection with the audit requirements addressed in Part I. paragraph 1 the recipient shall fulfill the requirements relative to auditee responsibilities as provided in Subpart C of OMS Circular A-133, as revised. 3. If the recipient expends less than $500,000 in federal awards in its fiscal year. an audit conducted in accordance with the provisions of OMS Circular A-133, as revised. is not required. However, if the recipient elects to have an audit conducted in accordance with the provisions of OMS Circular A-133, as revised. the cost of the audit must be paid from non-federal resources (Le.. the cost of such an audit must be paid from recipient resources obtained from other than federal entities). 4. Federal awards are to be identified using the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) title and number, award number and year, and name of the awarding federal agency. Part II - State Funded: RecIpients of state funds (i.e., a non-state entity as defined by Section 215.97(2) (I). Florida Statutes) are to have audits done annually using the following criteria: 1. In the event that the recipient expends a total amount of state financial assistance equal to or in excess of $500,000 in any fiscal year of such recipient. the recipient must have a state single or project-specific audit for such fiscal year in accordance with Section 215.97. Florida Statutes, applicable rules of the Executive Office of the Governor and the CFO, and Chapters 10.550 (local governmental entities) or 10.650 (nonprofit and for-profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General. Exhibit "1" to this Agreement indicates state financial assistance awarded through the Department by this Agreement. In determining the state financial assistance expended in its fiscal year, tlie recipient shall consider all sources of state financial assistance. including state financial assistance received from the Department, other state agencies, and other non-state entities. State financial assistance does not include federal direct or pass-through awards and resources received by a non-state entity for federal program matching requirements. 2. In connection with the audit requirements addressed in Part II, paragraph 1, the recipient shall ensure that the audit complies with the requirements of Section 215.97(7}. Florida Statutes. This includes submission of a financial reporting package as defined by Section 215.97(2) (d), Florida Statutes, and Chapters 10.550 (local govemmental entitles) or 10,650 (nonprofit and for-profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General. 12/18/2006 1~:08 FAX 2~921~5885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item rlal>005B8 January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 20 STATE OF FLORIOIl OE"AATME~ OF TAANSflOf\TATlON LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT S25~' 0..:\0 PROJE.CT MANAGE....ENT OFFICE. 10106 Page 5 3. If the recipient expends less than $500,OCtO in state financial assistance in its fiscal year, an audit conducted in accordance with the provisions of Section 215.97, Florida Statutes, is not required. . However, if the recipient elects to have audit conducted in accordance with the provisions of Section 215.97, Florida Statutes, the cost of the audit must be paid from the non-state '~ntjty's resources (I.e., the cost of such an audit must be paid from the recIpIent's resources obtained from other than State entities). . , 4. State awards are to be identified using the Catalog of State Financial Assistance (CSFA) title and number, award number and year, and name of the state agency awarding it. Part III - Other Audit Requirements: The recipient shall follow up and take corrective action on audit findings. Preparation of a Summary Schedule of Prior Yel3.r Audit Findings, Including corrective action and current status of the audit findings is required. Current year audit findings require corrective action and status of findings. Records related to unresolved audit findings, appeals or litigation shall be retained until the action is completed or the dispute is resolved. Access to project records and audit work papers shall be given to the Department. the Department of Financial Services, and the Auditor General. Thi!3 section does not limit the authority of the Department to conduct or arrange for the conduct of additional audits or evaluations of state finaricial assistance or limit the authority of any other state official. Part IV. Report Submission: 1. Copies of financial reporting packages for audits conducted in accordance with OMS Circular A-133, as revised. and required by Part I of this Agreement shall be submitted, when required by Section .320 (d). OMS Circular A- 133, as revIsed. by or on behalf of the recipient directly to each of the following: a) The Department at each of the folloWing addressees): Michelle S. Peronto 801 North Broadway Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 b) The Federal Audit Clearinghouse designated in OMS Circular A-133, as revised (the number .of copies required by Sections .320 (d)(1) and (2), OMS Circular A-133, as revised). at the following address: Federal Audit Clearinghouse Bureau of the Census 1201 East 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47132 c) Other federal agencies and pass-through entities in accordance with Sections .320 (e) and (f). OMB Circular A-133. as revised. 2. In the event that a copy of the financial reporting package required by Part lof this Agreement and conducted in accordance with OMBCircular A-133. as revised, is not required to be submitted to the Department for reasons pursuant to Section .320 (e)(2), OMS Circular A-133, as revised, the recipient shall submit the required written notification pursuant to Section .320 (e)(2) and a copy of the recipient's audited Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards directly to each of the following: Michelle S. Peronto 801 North Broadway Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 In addition, pursuant to Section .320 (f), OMS Circular A-133, as revised, the recipient shall submit a oOPY of the financial reporting package described in Section .320 (c), OMS Circular A-133, as revised.. and any Management Letters issued by the auditor, to the Department at each of the following addresses; , Michelle S. Peronta 12/18/2006 13:08 FAX 2392135885 TRANS? RI GHT/WAY Agenda Item I'QbJ006B8 January 9, 2007 Page 9 of 20 STATE OF FL.ORlo.> DEPAm'MENT OF TF\ANSF'ORTATlON LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 02$-010-41) p~JECT MANAl3EMENT OFFICE 1010ll P"l1efl 801 North Broadway Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 3. Copies of the financial reporting package required by Part II of this Agr@em@nt shall be submitted by or on behalf of the recipient directlv to each of the following: a) The Department at each of the following address(es): Michelle S. Peronto 801 North Broadway Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 b) The Auditor General's Office at the following address: Auditor General's Office . Room 401, Pepper Building 111 West Madison Street Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1450 4. Copies of reports or the Management Letter required by Part 111 of this Agreement shall be submitted by or on behalf of the recipient directly to: a) The Department at each of the following addressees): (Michelle S. Perento 801 North Broadway Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 5. Any reports, Management Letters. or other information required to be submitted to the Department pursuant to this Agreement shall be submitted in a timsly manner in accordance with OMB Circular A-133, as revised, Florida Statutes. and Chapters 10.550 (local governmental entities) or 10.650 (nonprofit and for-profit organizations). Rules of the Auditor General. as applicablE!. 6. Recipients, when submitting financial reporting packages to the Department for audits done in accordance with OMS Circular A-133. as revised, or Chapters 10.550 (local governmental entities) or 10.650 (nonprofit and for- profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General, should Indicate the date that the financial reporting package was delivered to the recipient in correspondence accompanying the financial reporting package. Part V _ Record Retention: The recipient shall retain sufficient records demonstrating its compliance with the terms of this Agreement for a period of at least 5 years from the date the audit report is issued and shall allow the Department or its designee. the state CFO or Auditor General access to such records upon request. The recipient shall ensure that the independent audit documentation is made available to the Department, or its designee, the state CFO or Auditor Genera! upon request for a period of at least 5 years from the date the audit report is issued, unless extended. In writing by the Department. 5.05 Inspection: The Agency shall permit, and shall require its contractors to permit. the Department's authorized representatives and authorized agents of FHWA to inspect all work, workmanship. materials. payrolls, and records and to audit the books, records, and accounts pertaining to the financing and development of the projecl The Department reserves the right to unilaterally cancel this Agreement for refusal by the Agency or any contractor, sub- contractor or materials vendor to allow public aCGess to all documents. papers. letters or other material subject to the provisions of Chapter 119. Florida Statutes. and made or received in conjunction with this Agreement (Section 287.058(1) (c), Florida Statutes). 5.06 Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Statistical Report: For any project requiring additional rlght- of-way, the Agency must submit to the Department an annual report of its real property acquisition and relocation assistance actIvities on the project. Activities shall be reported on a federal fiscal year basis, from October 1 through September 30. The report must be prepared using the format prescribed in 49 C.F.R. Part 24, Appendix B, and be 12/18/2006 13:08 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item rQbO(ltB8 January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 20 STATE Of' FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 6~010040 PROJECT hAANAGEt.ENT OFf'ICe 101011 "'~gcT submitted to the Department no. later than October 15 of each year. 6.00 Requisitions and Payments: Requests for reimbursement for fees or other compensation for services or expenses Incurred shall be submitted in detail sufficient for a proper pre-audit and post-audit thereof (Section 287.058(1 )(a), Florida Statutes), All recipients of funds from this Agreement, including those contracted by the Agency, must submit bills for any travel expenses, when authorized by the terms of this Agreement, in accordance with Section 112.061, Florida Statutes. and Chapter 3-"Travel- of the Department's Disbursement Ooerations Manual, Topic 350-030-400 (Section 287.058(1 )(b). Florida Statutes). If, after project compfetion, any claim is made by the Department resulting from an audit or for work or services performed pursuant to this Agreement the Department may offset such amount from payments due for work or services done under any agreement which it has with the Agency owing such amount if, upon demand, payment of the amount is not made within 60 days to the Department. Offsetting any amount pursuant to this paragraph shall not be considered a breach of contract by the Department. 7.00 Department Obligations: Subject to other provisions hereof, the Department will honor requests for reimbursement to the Agency inamount$ and at times deemed by the Department to be proper to ensure the carrying out of the project and payment of the eligible costs. However, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the Department may elect by notice in writing not to make a payment if: 7.01 Misrepresentation: The Agency shall have made misrepres.entation of a material nature in its application, or any supplement thereto or amendment thereof or in or with respeot to any document of data furnished therewith or pursuant hereto; r.02 Lltrgation: There is then pending litigation with respect to the performance by the Agency of any of its duties or obligations which may jeopardize or adversely affect the project, the Agreement or payments to the project; 7.03 Approval by Department: The Agency shall have taken any action pertaining to the project which, under this Agreement. requires the approval of the Department or has made related expenditure or incurred related obligations without having been advised by the Department that same are approved; 7.04 Conflict of Interests: There has been any violation of the conflict of interest provisions contained here in paragraph 12.06 or 12.07. 7.05 Default: The Agency has been detennined by the Department to be in default under any of the provisions of the Agreement. 7.06 Federal Participation: The Department may suspend or terminate payment for that portion of the project which the FHWA, or the Department acting in lfeu of FHWA, may designate as ineligible for federal-aid. 7.07 Disallowed Costs: In determining the amount of the payment. the Department will exolude all projects costs incurred by the Agency prior to the effective date of this Agreement or the date of authorization, costs incurred after the expiration of the Agreement, costs which are not provided for in the latest approved schedule of fUnding in Exhibit "B" for the project, costs agreed to be borne by the Agency or its contractors and subcontractors for not meeting the project commencement and final Invoice time lines, and costs attributable to goods or services received under a contract or other arrangements whioh have not been approved In writing by the Department. 7.08 Final Invoices: , The Agency must submit the final invoice on the project to the Department within 120 days after the completion of the project. Invoices submitted after the 120-day time period may not be paid. 8.00 Termination or Suspension of Project: 8.01 Termination or Suspension Generally: The Department may, by written notice to the Agency, suspend any or all of Its Obligations under this Agreement until such time as the event or condition resulting in such suspension has ceased or been corrected or the Department may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part at any time the interest of the Department requires such termination. 12/18/2006 13:08 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item Nil>O()8B8 January 9, 2007 Page 11 of 20 STATe: OF FLORIDA DEPARTMeNT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT $25-01 0-40 ~OJe:CT MANAGEMENT OF'FlCE 10106 Page 6 If the Department determines that the performance of the Agency is not satisfactory, the Department shall have the option of (a) immediately terminating this Agreement or (b) suspending this Agreement and notifying the Agency of the deficiency with a requirement that the deficiency be corrected within a specified time; otherwise this Agreement will be terminated at the end of such time. Suspension of this Agreement will not affect the time period for completion of the project. If the Department requIres termination of this Agreement for reasons other than unsatisfactory performance of the Agency, the Department shall notify the Agency of such termination, with instructions as to the effective date of termination or specify the stage of work at which this Agreement is terminated. If this Agreement is terminated before performance is completed, the Agency shall be paid for the work satisfactorily performed. Payment is to be on the basis of substantiated costs. 8.02 Action Subsequent to NoticeAof.Termination or Suspension: Upon receipt of any final termination or suspension notice under this paragraph, the Agency shall proceed promptly to carry out the actions required therein which may Include any or all of the following: (a) necessary action to terminate or suspend, as the Case may be, project activities and contracts and such other action as may be required or desirable to keep to a minimum the costs upon the basis of which the financing is to be computed; (b) furnish a statement of the project activities and contracts and other undertakings the cost of which are otherwise includable as project costs. The termination or suspension shall be carried out in conformity with the latest schedule, plan, and cost as approved by the Department or upon the basis of terms and conditions imposed by the Department upon the failure of the Agency to furnish the schedule, plan, and estimate within a reasonable time. The closing out of federal financial participation in the project shall not constitute a waiver of any claim which the Department may otherwise have arising out of this Agreement. 9.00 Contracts of Agency: 9.01 Third Party Agreements: Except as otherwise authorized in writing by the Department, the Agency shall not execute any contract or obligate itself in any manner requiring the disbursement of Department funds, including consultant or construction contracts or amendments thereto, with any third party with respect to the project without the written approval of the Department. FaIlure to obtain suc'') approval shall be sufficient cause for nonpayment by the Department. The Department specifically reserves unto itself the right to review the qualifications of any consultant or contractor and to approve or disapprove the employment of the same. 9.D2 Compliance with Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act: It is understood and agreed by the parties hereto that participation by the Department in a project with the Agency, where said project involves a consultant contract for engineering, architecture or surveying services, is contingent on the Agency's complying in full with provisions of Section 287.055, Florida Statutes, Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act. At the discretion of the Department, the Agency will involve the Department in the consultant selection process for all projects. In all cases. the Agency's attorney shall certify to the Department that selection has been accomplished in compliance with the Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act. 10.00 Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Policy and Obligation: It is the policy of the Department that DBE's, as defined in 49 C.F.R. Part 26, as amended, shall have the opportunity to participate in the performance of contracts financed in whole or in part with Department funds under this Agreement. The DBE requirements of applicable federal and state laws and regulations apply to this Agreement. ' The Agency and its contra~ors agree to ensure that DBE's have the opportunity to participate in the performance of this Agreement In this regard. all recipients and contractors shall take all necessary and reasonable steps in accordance with applicable federal and state laws and regUlations to ensure that the DBE's have the opportunity to compete for and perform contracts. The Agency and its contractors and subcontractors shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the award and performance of contracts, entered pursuant to this Agreement. 11.0D Compliance with Conditions and Laws: The Agency shall comply and require its contractors and subcontractors to com ply with all terms and conditions of this Agreement and all federal, state, and local laws and regulations applicable to this project. Execution of this Agreement constitutes a certification that the Agency is in compliance with. and will require its contractors and subcontractors to comply with, all requirements Imposed by applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, including the "Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion - Lower Tier Covered Transactions," in 49 CF. R. Part 29, when applicable, 12/18/2006 13:09 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHTIWAY Agenda Item /ilbl00888 January 9, 2007 Page 12 of 20 STATE OF FLORIDA OEPARTMIiNT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525.010-40 PROJECT I\AANAGEME'-IT OFFICE 10106 PageS 12.00 Restrictions, Prohibitions, Controls, and tabor Provisions: 12.01 Equal Employment Opportunity: In connection with the carrying out of any project, the Agency shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, age, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability or marital status. The Agency will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race. age, religion, color, gender, national origin, disability or marital status. Such action shall includEi, but not be limited to, the following: employment upgrading, demotion or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of payor other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The Agency shall insert the foregoing provision modified only to show the particular contractual relationship in all its contracts in connection with the development of operation of the project, except contracts for the standard commercial supplies or raw materials, and shall require all such contractors to insert a similar provision in all subcontracts. except subcontracts for standard commercial supplies or raw materials. When the project involves installatJon, construction, demolition, removal, site improvement or similar work, the Agency shall post, in conspicuous places available to employees and applicants for employment for project work, notices to be provided by the Department setting forth the provisions of the nondiscrim ination clause. 12.02 Title VI-Civil Rights Act of 1964: The Agency will comply with all the requirements imposed by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation issued thereunder, and the assurance by the Agency pursuant thereto. The Agency shall include proviSions in all contra.~ with third parties that ensure compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rlghts Act of 1964, 49 C.F.R. Part 21, and related statutes and regulations. ' 12.03 Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA): The Agency will comply with aU the requirements as impOSed by the ADA. the regulations of the Federal government issued thereunder, and assurance by the Agency pursuant thereto 12.04 Public Entity Crime: A person or affiliate who has been placed' on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work; may not submit bids on leases of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded orparform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in Section 287.017. Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list. . 12.05 Discrimination: In accordance with Section 287.134, Florida Statutes, an entity or affiliate who has been placed on the Discriminatory Vendor List. kept by the Florida Department of Management Services, may not submit a bid on a contract to provide goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a publiC building or public work; may not submit bids on leases of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact business with any public entity. 12.06 Suspension, Revocation, Denial of Qualification or Determination of Contractor Non-ResponSibility: An entity or affiliate who has had its Certificate of Qualification suspended, revoked, denied or have further been determined by the Department to be a non-responsible contractor may not submit a bid or perform work for the construction or repair of a public building or public work on a contract with the Agency. 12.07 Prohibited Interests: Neither the Agency nor any of its contractors or their subcontractors shall enter into any contract, subcontract or arrangement in connection with the project or any property included Of planned to be included in the project in which any member, officer or employee of the Agency or the locality during tenure or for 2 years thereafter has any interest. direct or indirect. If any such present or former member, officer or employee involuntarily acquires or had acquired prior to the beginning of tenure any such interest, and jf such Interest is immediately disclosed to the Agency, the Agency. with prior approval of the Department, may waive the prohibition contained in this paragraph provided that any such present member, officer or employee shall not participate in any action by the Agency or the locality relating to such _. contract, subcontract or arrangement. rhe Agency shall insert in all contracts entered into in connection with the project or any property included or planned to be included in any project, and shall require its contractors to iosert in ~ch of tl'lelr subcontracts. the followirig provision: 12/18/2006 13:09 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item rQb018B8 January 9, 2007 Page 13 of 20 STAll:. OF FLORIO/>. OEPARTMEHT Of TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT S~'O-40 "'ReJECT r.AANAGEMENT OFFICE 10106 P~ge 10 "No member, officer or employee of the Agency or of the locality during his tenure or for 2 years thereafter shall have any interest, direct or indirect, in this contract or the proceeds thereof.. The provisions of this paragraph shall not be applicable to any agreement between the Agency and its fiscal depositories or to any agreement for utility services the rates for which are fixed or controlled by a governmental agency_ 12.08 Interest of Members of, or Delegates to. Congress: No member or delegate to the Congress of the United States shall be admitt~d to any share or part of this Agreement or any benefit arising therefrom. 13.00 Miscellaneous Provisions: 13.01 Environmental Regulations: The Agency will be solely responsible for compliance with al1 the applicable environmental regulations, for any liability arising from non-compliance with these regulations, and will reimburse the Department for any loss incurred in connection therewith. The Agency will be responsible for securing any applicable perm its. 13.02 Department Not Obligated to Third Parties: The Department shall not be obligated or liable hereunder to any individual or entity not a party to this Agreement. 13.03 When Rights and Remedies Not Waived: In no event shall the making by the Department of any payment to the Agency constitute or be construed as a waiver by the Department of any breach of covenant or any default which may then exist on the part of the Agency and the making of such payment by the Department, while any such breach or default shall exist, shall in no way impair or prejudice any right or remedy available to the Department with respect to such breach or default. 13.04 How Agreement Is Affected by Provisions Being Held Invalid: If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid, the remainder of this Agreement SMII not be affected. In such an instance, the remainder would then continue to conform to the terms and requirements of applicable law. 13.05 Bonus or Commission: By execution of the Agreement, the Agency represents that it has not paid and, also agrees not to pay, any bonus or commission for the purpose of obtaining an approval of its application for the financing hereunder. 13.06 State Law: Nothing in the Agreement shall require the Agency to observe or enforce compliance with any provision or perform any act or do any other thing in contravention of any applicable state law. If any of the provisions of the Agreement violate any applicable state law, the Agency will at once notify the Department in writlng in order that appropriate changes and modifications may be made by the Department and the Agency to the end that the Agency may proceed ::IS soon as possible with the project. 13.01 Contractual Indemnity: To the extent permitted by law, the Agency shall indemnify, defend, save, and hold harmless the Department and all its officers, agents, and employees from any claim; loss, damage, cost. charge or expense arising out of any act, error, omission or negligent act by the Agency, its officers, agents or employees during the performance of this Agreement except that neither the Agency, its officers, agents or its employees will be liable under this paragraph for any claim, loss damage, cost. charge or expense arising out of any act, error, omission or negligent act . by the Department or any of Its officers, agents or emplOyees during the performance of this Agreement. The parties agree that this clause shall not waive the benefits or provisions of Chapter 768.28, Florida Statutes, or any similar provision of law. When the Department receives a notice of claim for damages that may have been caused by the Agency in the performance of services required under this Agreement, the Department will immediately forward the claim to the Agency. The Agency and the Department will evaluate the claim and report their findings to each other within 14 working days and will jointly discuss options in defending the claim. After reviewing the claim. the Department will determine whether to require the participation of the Agency in the defense of the claim or to require the Agency defend the Department In such claim as described in this paragraph_ The Department's failure to promptly notify the Agency of a claim shall not act as a waiver of any right herein to require the participation in or defense of the claim by the Agency. The Department and the Agency will each pay its own expenses for the evaluation, settlement negotiations, and trial, If any. However, if only one party participates in the defense of the claim at trial, that party is responsible for all expenses at trial. 12/18/2006 13:09 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item t@01iB8 January 9, 2007 Page 14 of 20 STATe OF FLORIDA CiEl"AATMeNT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT . 525-010-40 PROJECT MAN4GEt.IENT OI'I=ICE 10106 Palla 11 13.08 Plans and Specifications: In the event that this Agreement Involves constructing and equipping of facilitles on the State Highway System, the Agency shall submit to the Department f~r approval all appropriate plans and specifications covering the project. The Department will review all plans and specifications and will issue to the Agency a written approval with any approved portions of the project and comments or recommendations covering any remainder of the project deemed appropriate. After resolution of these comments and recommendations to the Department's satisfaction. the Department will Issue to the Agency a written approval with said remainder of the project Failure to obtain this written approval shall be sufficient cause of nonpayment by the Department. . 13.09 Rlght-ot-Way Certification: Upon cOmpletion of right-of-way activities on the project, the Agency must certify compliance with all applicable federal and state requirements. Certification is required prior to advertisement for or solicitation of bids for construction of the project, inl~ludin9 those projects for which no right-of-way is required. 13.10 Agency Certification: The Agency will certify in writing. prior to project closeout. that the project was completed in accordance with applicable plans and specifications, is in place on the AgencY'$ facility, adequate title is in the Agency's name, and the project is accepted by the Agency as suitable for the intend.ed purpose. 13.11 Agreement Format: All words used herein in the singular form shall extend to and include the plural. All words used in the plural form shaUextend to and include the singular. All words used [n any gender shall extend to and include all genders. 13.12 Execution of Agreement: This Agreement may be simultaneously executed in a minimum of two counterparts, each of which so executed shall be deemed to be an original, and such counterparts together shall constitute one in the same instrument. -13.13 Restrictions on Lobbying: Federal: The Agency agrees that no federally-appropriated tunds have been paid, or will be paid by or on behalf of the Agency, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence any officer or employee of any federal agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress or an employee. of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of any federal contract. the making of any federal grant, the making of any federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension. continuation, renewal, amendment or modification of any federal contract. grant. loan or cooperative agreement. If any funds other than federally-approprlat~ funds have been paid by the Agency to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any federal agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress or an Elmployee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form-LLL. "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying," in accordance with its'instructions. The Agency shall require that the language of this paragraph be included in the award documents for all $ubawards at all tiers (including subcontracts, $ubgrants. and contracts under grants, loans, and cooperative agreements) and that all subrecipients shall certify and disclose accordingly. State: No funds received pursuant to this contract may be expended for lobbyIng the Legislature, the Judicial branch or a state agency, 13.14 Maintenance: The Agency agrees to maintain any project not on the State Highway System constructed under this Agreement. If the Agency constructs any impr(wernent on Department right-of-way, the Agency l8J will D will not maintain the improvements made for their usefullif,e, 13.15 Vendors Rights: Vendors (in this document identified as the Agency) providing goods and services to the Department should be aware of the following time frames. Upon receipt, the Department has 5 working days to inspect and approve the goods and services unless the bid specifications. purchase order or contract specifies otherwIse. The - Department has 20 days to deliver a request for payment (voucher) to the Department of Financial Services. The 20 days 3.re measured from the latter of the date the invoice is received or the goods or services are received, inspected, and approved, If a payment is not available within 40 days after receipt of the invoice and the receipt, inspection. and approval of goods ,-'-.~..- ... -- 12/18/2006 13:10 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item ~o HaB8 January 9. 2007 Page 15 of 20 stATE OF FLORlo.\ DEPARTMENT OF TAAN3f'ORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525-010-40 PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE 10106 Page 12 and s.ervices. a separate interest penalty in accordance with Section 215.422(3)(b). Florida Statutes. will be due and payable in addition to the invoice amount to the Agency. Interest penalties of less than one $1 will not be enforced unless the Agency requests payment. Invoices which have to be returned to the Agency because of Agency preparation errors will result in a delay in the payment. The invoice payment requirements do not start until a properly completed invoice is provided to the Department. A Vendor Ombudsman has been established within the Department of Financial Services. The duties. of this individual include acting as :an advocate for Agencies who may be experiencing problems in obtaining timely payment(s) from the Department. The Vendor Ombudsman may be col1tacted at 850-410-9724 or by calling the State Comptroller's Hotline, 1- 800-848-3792. 12/18/2006 13:10 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item /II]lo Hma January 9, 2007 Page 16 of 20 STATE OF FLORID" DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525.010-40 PROJECT MANAGIiUElNT OFFice lD10B Page 13 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused these presents to be executed the day and year first above written. AGENCY COLLIER COUNTY Name: Title: sace Chairman or Designee STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION By: By: Name: Michael G. Rippe. Title: Director of Transportation Development Attest: . Title: Clerk As to form: As to form: Attorney District Attomey See attached Encumbrance Form for date of funding approval by Comptroller. 12/18/2006 13:10 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item tlBJ>01iB8 January 9, 2007 Page 17 of 20 STATE. OF fLORIOA OEF>ART\.ENI OF 'TRAlIISPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT S25-Ql0..oo PRO.JEC'T MANAGEMEt.IT OI'FlCE 08106 Page14 EXHIBIT "AOl PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES FPN: 420887-1 This exhibit forms an integral part of the Agreement between the State ofFlarida, Department of Transpor!ation and Collier Countv Dated PROJECT LOCATION: Floridian Avenue from BfClward Street to Confederate Drive. The project 0 Is ~ is not on the National Highway System. The project 0 is rg[ is not on the State Highway System. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Construct a 6' sidewalk on the south sIde of Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Drive. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS BY AGENCY: The audit report(s) required in the Agreement shall include a Schedule of, Project Assistance that will reflect the Department's contract number, the Financial Project Number (FPN). the Federal Authorization Number (FAN), where applicable, the amount of state funding action (receipt and disbursement of funds), any federal or local funding action, and the funding action from any other source with respect to the project. The Agency Is required to provide a copy of the design plans for the Department's review and approval to coordinate permitting with the Department, and notify the Department prior to commencement of any right-of-way acUvities. The Agency shall commence the project's activities subsequent to the execution of this Agreement and shall perform in accordance with the following schedule: a) Construction contract to be let by June 30, 2007. b) Construction to be completed by December 31.2007. If this schedule cannot be met, the Agency will notify the Department in writing with a revised schedule or the project is subject to the withdrawal of federal funding. All work to be conducted outside of the Department Right-of-Way shall adhere to the 2005 Florida Greenbook standards, as amended. . All work to be conducted within the Department Right-af-Way shall adhere to the following: (1) The FOOT standard specification for road and bridge construction, 2004 edition as amended, and (2) The FDOT roadway and traffic design standard, 2006 edition as amended and design criteria from the PPM, 2006 edition as amended. 12/18/2006 13:10 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item l@01eS8 January 9. 2007 Page 18 of20 STATE Of' R.ORIDA DEI"ARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525-01ll-4ll PROJECT MANAGEMEt>rr OFFICE 08108 Ploge 16 EXHIBIT uA" PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES, For all projects the following will apply: (a) Section 287.055, F.S. "Consultants Competitive- Negotiation Act" (b) FOOT "Project Development and Environmental Manual," where applicable (e) The Local Agency Program Manual ' The Agency will Inform the Department in writing of the commencement and completion of the project. Upon completion of the project phase, the Department will have forty-five (45) days after receipt of the Agency's invoice to review, inspect and approve the project phase for payment. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS BY DEPARTMENT: The Department shall reimburse the Agency, subject to funds availability, in the year programmed (currently 06/07 for constructIon). 12/18/2006 13:10 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item ~016B8 January 9, 2007 Page 19 of 20 STATE OF RO~IDA OEPIl,RTMeNT OF Tl'tANSPORTATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 52.5-<110-40 PROJECT UANAG!:MENT OI"FICe 08106 i>~go16 EXHIBIT liB" SCHEIJULE OF FUNDING AGENCY NAME & BILLING ADDRESS Collier County Finance Department 2671 Airport Road Naples, Florida 34112 FPN: 420887-1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION N;;lme: Sidewalk Length: _ Termini: Floridan Avenue from Broward Street to Confederate Dri~ FUNDING (1 ) (2) ($) TYPE OF WORK By Fiscal Year TOTAL AGI;NCY STATE & PROJECT FUNDS FUNDS FEDERAL F1)NDS Planning 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Total Planning Cost Project Development & Environment (PD&E) 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Total PD&e Cost Oe$19" 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Total Design Cost Right-of-Way 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Total Riqht-of.Wav Cost Construction 2006-2007 2007 -2008 2008.2009 2009-2010 200.000.00 200.000.00 Total Construction Cost 200.000.00 200.000.00 Construction Engineering and InspectIon (CEI) 2000-2001 2007.2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Total eel Cost Total Construction and eel Costs 200,000.00 200,000.00 TOTAL. COST OF THE PROJECT 200,000,00 200.000.00 The Department's fiscal year begins on July 1. For this project, funds are not projected to be available until after the 1 st of July of each fiscal year. The Department will notify the Agency, in wrIting, when funds are available. .No work shall begin until the Department ha~ issued a written Notice to Proceed for each phase. This ls an advanced reimbursement contract in which the Local Agency shall be reimbursed in accordance with Exhibit R of this agreement. Funds are contingent upon legislative approval. 12/18/2006 13:10 FAX 2392135885 TRANSP RIGHT/WAY Agenda Item t!ib01GSB8 January 9,2007 Page 20 of 20 STA.TE OF FLORIDA OEPAATMENT OF TAANSPOFrrATION LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM AGREEMENT 525-010-40 PRO.Jecr MANAGEMENT OFFICE 08106 Page 17 EXHIBIT "1" SINGLE AUDIT ACT Federal Resources Awarded to the Recipient Pursuant to This Agreement Consist of the Following: Federal Agency: Federal Highway Administration CFDA #: 20,205 Highway Planning and Construction Amount: $ 200,000.00 Compliance Requirement: Allowable Activities: To be eligible, most projects must be located on public roads that are not functionally classified as local. The major exceptions are the Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program, which provides assistance for bridges on and off the federal-aid highways, highway safety activities, bicycle and pedestrian projects, transportation enhancement activities, the recreatfonal trails program, and planning, research, development, and technology transfer. Proposed projects meeting these and other planning. design, environmental. safety, etc., requirements can be approved an the basis of state and local priorities within the limit of the funds apportioned or allocated to each state. Aliowable Costs: EligIble activities and allowable casts will be determined in accordance with Title 23 and TItle 49 C,F.R. and the OMS cost principles applicable to tl'.le recipient/sub-recipient. - Eligibility: By law, the federal-aid highway program is a federally assisted state program that requires each state to have . suitably equipped and organized transportation department. Therefore. most projects are administered by or through state Departments of Transportation (State DOTs;). Projects to be funded under the federal-aid highway program are generally selected by state OaTs or Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), in cooperation with appropriate local officials, as specified in 23 U.S.C. and implementing regulations. Territorial highway projects are funded in the same manner as other federal-aid highway projects, with the territorial transportation agency functioning in a manner similar to. a state DOT. Most Florida Land Highway Program (FLHP) projects are administered by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Federal Lands Highway and its Divisions or by the various Florida Land Management Agencies (FLMAs). Under the FLHP, projects in the Indian Reservation Road (IRR) Program are selected by Tribal Governments and are approved by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. (BIA) and the FHWA. Due to recent legislation, Tribal Governments meeting certain requirements may now administer various IRR projects on behalf of the BIA and FHWA. The Fish and Wiidlife Service (FWS) and the National Park Service (NPS) select projects in the Refuge Road and Park Roads and Parkways programs, respectively. For the Forest Highway Program, the Forest Service, the States and the FHWA jointly select projects. Compliance Requirements Applicable to the Federal Resources Awarded Pursuant to. This Agreement Are As Follows: The recipient of Local Agency Program (LAP) funding must comply with the statutory requirements in Sections 112.061,215.422,339.12, and 339.135, FlorIda Statutes, and ntle 23 and Title 49, C.F.R. Agenda Item No. 1689 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to award Contract #06-3975 "Annual Fixed Term Professional Transportation Planning Consultant Services" to one (1) additional firm (Estimated Annual Amount $300,000). OBJECTIVE: To obtain Board approval of the new annual Professional Transportation Planning Consultant Services contract for "Transportation Planning Consultant" services for one additional firm, URS Corporation Southern, Inc. CONSIDERATIONS: The Board approved the annual professional services contract on November 14, 2006 for six firms but one firm was inadvertently left off of the list that was approved by the selection committee and is now being added for approval by the Board. A Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued for the purpose of establishing a group of prequalified firms capable of providing professional "Transportation Planning Consultant" services to the County under a continuing annual contract. Firms were prequalified by Invitation to Negotiate (RFP) #06-3975. - The RFP was issued in accordance with Florida Statutes, Section 287.055, Consultant Competitive Negotiation Act. Notices were advertised in May and responses were received from fifteen (I5) firms by the due date of June 2, 2006. One firm was disqualified from the selection process, after the submittal, due to using a firm as a sub- consultant that had also submitted on the contract leaving fourteen (14) qualified firms. A selection committee meeting was held August 23, 2006. Following review, scoring, and discussion of proposals from the RFP, a consensus of the members of the selection committee selected and ranked the top seven (7) firms for annual contract. The selected firms are: 1. Tindale Oliver 2. PBS&J 3. DRMP 4. TBE Group 5. Kimley Horn 6. CH2M Hill 7. URS Corporation Southern, Inc. Contract negotiations have been successfully completed by staff for the seven (7) short- listed firms. All seven (7) firms have agreed to a standardized fee schedule for their services (attached rate schedule labeled Schedule B), which staff believes will provide the opportunity for an equitable and fair distribution of work. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding will come from the individual departments that utilize the contract. ..,.-..... Agenda Item No. 1689 January 9. 2007 Page 2 of 4 GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: While these contracts have no direct growth management impact, they are consistent with the County's long term growth plans. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve the negotiated contract with the one additional firm, URS Corporation Southern, Inc., which was left off of the Executive Summary approved by the Board on November 14,2006, and authorize the chairman to sign the standard County Attorney approved agreement. Prepared By: Donald Scott, Transportation Planning Director Attachment: Rate Schedule Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1689 Agenda Item No. 1689 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 4 Recommendation to award Contracl #06.3975 Annual Fixed Term Professional Transportation Planning Consultant Sarvices to one (1) addllional firm (Estimated Annual Amount 5300,000) 119/2007900:00 AM Date Approved By Donald L. Scott Transportation Services Transportation Planning Director Transportation Planning 12/20/2006 11 :21 AM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Transportation Services Admin, 12/21/20069:03 AM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportation Services Admin 12/21/2006 10:28 AM Date Approved By Pat Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive Secretary Transportation Services Admin 12/21/20062:21 PM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/21120063:24 PM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12/27/200611:43 AM Date Approved By Leo E. Ochs, Jr. Board of County Commissioners Deputy County Manager County Manager's Office 12/271200612:47 PM Agenda Item No. 16B9 January 9, 2007 Page 4 of 4 SCHEDULE B 06-3975 Fixed Term Professional Transportation Plannina Consultina Services RATE SCHEDULE Principal $170.00 Project Manager $135.00 Senior Engineer $120.00 Engineer $110.00 Planner $ 90.00 Technician $ 80.00 Administrative Assistant $ 50.00 Clerical $ 48.00 This list is not intended to be all inclusive. Hourly rate fees for other categories of professional, support and other services shall be mutually negotiated by the County and firm on a project by project basis as needed D-1 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 120 "".-' EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 grant application and applicable document, and to accept the grant if awarded OBJECTIVE: To obtain authorization for the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant application and applicable documents and to accept the grant if awarded. CONSIDERATION: FTA funds, which are to be used for the purchase of vehicles to provide transportation services to the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County, are made available each year through an application process administered by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). As a governmental entity, the BCC is eligible to file the grant application. This grant application seeks to maximize grant funding for the purchase of the four vehicles scheduled for purchase in FY07. FISCAL IMPACT: The cost is estimated to be $317,000 for four (4) vehicles. If the grant request is approved, the source of funds will be $253,600 Federal, matched by $31,700 State and $31,700 local. The local share is budgeted in the FY07 budget. ,- GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Consistent with the Transportation Element of the Growth Management Plan as stated in Objectives 10 and 12. RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager or his designee to revise and execute any and all documents necessary to apply for the Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Grant, including executing the Certification and Assurance to FDOT document, a copy of which documents are attached hereto. It should be recognized that the grant award reference above in the amount of $253,600 is a preliminary number and is subject to change. In approving this item, the BCC is providing authorization to approve all necessary budget amendments to receive and use these grant dollars including those incremental grant dollars received above or below the target grant award. By providing this latitude, the BCC is authorizing the County Manager or his designee to recognize by budget amendment actual grant revenue received currently and as may be adjusted in the future and align expenses accordingly. Any decision to terminate or otherwise not accept the Grant shall require this Board's prior approval as an agenda item; however, the number of vehicles purchased shall be in proportion and accordance to the grant award. - Prepared by: Sue Faulkner, Principal Planner, Alternative Transportation Modes Attachment: FTA Section 5310 Grant Application Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 120 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISStONERS 16810 RecommendatIOn to approve a Resolution authorizing Ihe County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transil Administration Section 5310 grant application and applicable document, and to accept the grant if awarded. ($317.000) 1/9/20079:0000 AM Date Prepared By Sue Faulkner Transportation Services Principal Planner Alternative Transportation Modes 12/20/20065:35:15 PM Date App roved By Scott R. Teach County Attorney Assistant County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/21/200610:23 AM Date Approved By Diane B. Ftagg Transportation Services Director A 1M Director Alternative Transportation Modes 12/21/200611:19AM Date Approved By Sharon Newman Transportation Services Accounting Supervisor Transportation Services Admin 12/21/20061:32 PM Date App roved By Kay Luongo Transportation Services Grants Coordinator Transportation Admin 12/21/2006 1 :33 PM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Services Transportation Division Administrator Transportation Services Admin. 12/21/20062:29 PM Date Approved By Barbara LaPierre Transportation Services ManagementlBudget Analyst Traffic Operations 12/22/20066:12 AM Date Approved By Pat Lehnhard Transportation Services Executive Secretary Transportation Services Admin 12/22/20068:36 AM Date Approved By Marlene J. Foord Admmistratlve Services Grants Coordinator Administrative Services Admin, 12/22/2006 11:04 AM Date Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Office of Management & Budget 12/22/20063:24 PM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 12/27/2006 10:45 AM Date App roved By Leo E. Oehs, Jr. Board of County Commissioners Deputy County Manager County Manager's Office 12/271200611:12 AM Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 3 of 120 A RESOLUTION BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO APPLY FOR A FEDERAL TRANSIT AGENCY SECTION 5310 GRANT, TO REVISE AND EXECUTE ANY REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION, AND TO ACCEPT, ON BEHALF OF THE COUNTY, ANY SUCH GRANT AWARDED. RESOLUTION NO. 2007- WHEREAS, 49 U.S.C.S 5310 authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to make grants and loans to local government authorities such as Collier County to help provide mass transportation services to meet the special needs of elderly individuals and individuals with disabilities; and WHEREAS, each year, through an application process administered by the Florida Department of Transportation, the Collier County Transportation Disadvantaged program has obtained funds that are used for the purchase of vehicles and for the provision of transportation services to the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Local Coordinating Board (LCB) has requested that the Collier County Board of County Commissioners apply this year for FTA 49 U.S.C.S 5310 funds in order to purchase vehicles to transport the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, has authority to apply for and accept grants from the Florida Department of Transportation as authorized by Chapter 341, Florida Statutes, and by the Federal Transit Administration Act of 1964, as amended. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners, Collier County, Florida, that: 1. The County Manager, or his designee, is hereby authorized to revise and execute any and all documents necessary to apply for the Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Grant, including executing the Certification and Assurance to FDOT document, a copy of which documents are attached hereto, to approve any budget amendments necessary to receive these funds, and to accept these funds on behalf of the County. 2. Any decision to terminate or otherwise not accept the Grant shall first require approval by the Board of County Commissioners as an agenda item. 3. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon signature by the Chairman. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote favoring same, this 9th day of January, 2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: , Deputy Clerk Frank Halas, Chairman Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: Scott Teach, Assistant County Attorney Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Checklist for Application Completeness: Section 5310 Page 4 of 120 :me of Applicant: Collier County Board of County Commissioners Check one: First Time Applicant Previous Applicant X The following must be included in Section 5310 grant applications in the following order: YES This Checklist YES Applicant's cover letter and 2 copies of the governing board's Resolution YES Application for Federal Assistance (Form 424, Code 20.513). YES Operating and Administrative Expenses Form and Revenue Form. YES Current Vehicle and Other Transportation Equipment Inventory Form. YES Capital Request Form. YES Exhibit A: Current System Description. YES Exhibit A-1: Data Information Fact Sheet. -:S Exhibit B: Proposed Project Description. YES Exhibit C: Public Hearing Notice and Publisher's affidavit (for public agencies only) NA Exhibit D: Coordination Contract. NA Exhibit E: N/A YES Exhibit F: Federal Certifications and Assurances. NA Exhibit G: Certification of Equivalent Service (If non-accessible vehicles are requested) YES Exhibit H: Applicant Certification and Assurance to FDOT. Date application was submitted to local Clearinghouse: January 10, 2007 111II;.--:- --=-,,=-- Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 COLLIER COUNTY GOVERNMENT Page5of120 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DIVISION Alternative Transportation Modes Department 2885 Horseshoe Drive South. Naples. Florida 34104 . 239-774-8192 . FAX 239.213.5899 January 10, 2007 Mr. Terry Beacham Florida Department of Transportation Post Office Box 1249 801 N. Broadway Bartow, FL 33830-1249 RE: 5310 Grant Submittal Dear Mr. Beacham: Collier County Board of County Commissioners (BCe) hereby submits this application for Section 5310 Program Grant Funds and agrees to comply with all assurances and exhibits attached hereto and by this reference thereof, as itemized in the Checklist for Application Completeness. Collier County Board of County Commissioners further agrees, to the extent provided by law in accordance with Sections 129.07 and 768.28, Florida Statutes to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Department and all of its officers, agents and employees from any claim, loss, damage, cost, charge, or expense arising out of the non-compliance by the Agency, its officers, agents or employees, with any of the assurances stated in this Application. This Application is submitted on the 10tb day of Januarv. 2007 with two (2) original resolutions authorizing the County Manager or his designee to sign this application and any other supporting documentation. Thank you for your assistance in this matter. Sincerely, Norman Feder Transportation Administrator Collier County Enclosures Cc: Diane B. Flagg, Alternative Transportation Modes Director Sue Faulkner, Alternative Transportation Modes Senior Planner Marlene Foord, Administrative Services Grant Coordinator Kelly Jones, Finance Department c D L~ 111 ., c o M " t ~ Agenda Item No. 16810 COLLIER COUNTY GOVERNMEm~i~tn6 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DIVISION Alternative Transportation Modes Department 2885 Horseshoe Drive South . Naples, Florida 34104 e239-774-8192 . FAX 239.213.5899 January 10, 2007 Ms. Nicole Gwinnett Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council 1926 Victoria Ave. Fort Myers, FL 33901 Re: Transmittal of Federal Transit Administration (FT A) 5310 Grant Application for Intergovernmental Coordination and Review, (IC&R) Dear Ms. Gwinnett: Enclosed please find one draft copy of Collier County's application for grant of$253,600 in Federal assistance through the FT A 5310 program for one (1) expanded service and the purchase of three (3) replacement paratransit vehicles. The draft application will be presented to the BCC on January 9, 2007. Please conduct the Intergovernmental Coordination and Review, (IC&R), and send a copy of your response to Mr. Terry Beacham; Florida Department of Transportation; P.O. Box 1249; Bartow, Florida 33830-1249. Thank you for your assistance in this matter. Sincerely, JM- ~~ Sue Faulkner Principal Planner Enclosures Cc: Norman Feder, Administrator, Division of Transportation Diane B. Flagg, Alternative Transportation Modes Director Marlene Foord, Administrative Services Grant Coordinator c o l~ . l' c I) It. H t y - Agenda Item No. 16810 RESOLUTION NO. 2007- January 9, 2007 Page 7 of 120 A RESOLUTION BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MANAGER OR IDS DESIGNEE TO APPLY FOR A FEDERAL TRANSIT AGENCY SECTION 5310 GRANT, TO REVISE AND EXECUTE ANY REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION, AND TO ACCEPT, ON BEHALF OF THE COUNTY, ANY SUCH GRANT AWARDED. WHEREAS, 49 U.S.C.S 5310 authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to make grants and loans to local government authorities such as Collier County to help provide mass transportation services to meet the special needs of elderly individuals and individuals with disabilities; and WHEREAS, each year, through an application process administered by the Florida Department of Transportation, the Collier County Transportation Disadvantaged program has obtained funds that are used for the purchase of vehicles and for the provision of transportation services to the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Local Coordinating Board (LCB) has requested that the Collier County Board of County Commissioners apply this year for FTA 49 U.S.C.S 5310 funds in order to purchase vehicles to transport the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, has authority to apply for and accept grants from the Florida Department of Transportation as authorized by Chapter 341, Florida Statutes, and by the Federal Transit Administration Act of 1964, as amended, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners, Collier County, Florida, that: 1. The County Manager, or his designee, is hereby authorized to revise and execute any and all documents necessary to apply for the Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Grant, including executing the Certification and Assurance to FDOT document, a copy of which documents are attached hereto, to approve any budget amendments necessary to receive these funds, and to accept these funds on behalf of the County. 2. Any decision to terminate or otherwise not accept the Grant shall first require approval by the Board of County Commissioners as an agenda item. 3. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon signature by the Chairman. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote favoring same, this 9th day of January, 2007. AITEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: Frank Halas, Chairman , Deputy Clerk Approved.as to f"'l}'Z.' _al sufficiency: S~# ~A-- Scott Teach, ASSIStant County Attorney RESOLUTION NO. 2007-_ Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 8 of 120 A RESOLUTION BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO APPLY FOR A FEDERAL TRANSIT AGENCY SECTION 5310 GRANT, TO REVISE AND EXECUTE ANY REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION, AND TO ACCEPT, ON BEHALF OF THE COUNTY, ANY SUCH GRANT A WARDED. WHEREAS, 49 U.S.C.~ 5310 authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to make grants and loans to local government authorities such as Collier County to help provide mass transportation services to meet the special needs of elderly individuals and individuals with disabilities; and WHEREAS, each year, through an application process administered by the Florida Department of Transportation, the Collier County Transportation Disadvantaged program has obtained funds that are used for the purchase of vehicles and for the provision of transportation services to the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Local Coordinating Board (LCB) has requested that the Collier County Board of County Commissioners apply this year for ITA 49 U.S.C.~ 5310 funds in order to purchase vehicles to transport the elderly and disabled residents of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, has authority to apply for and accept grants from the Florida Department of Transportation as authorized by Chapter 341, Florida Statutes, and by the Federal Transit Administration Act of 1964, as amended. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners, Collier County, Florida, that: 1. The County Manager, or his designee, is hereby authorized to revise and execute any and all documents necessary to apply for the Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Grant, including executing the Certification and Assurance to FOOT document, a copy of which documents are attached hereto, to approve any budget amendments necessary to receive these funds, and to accept these funds on behalf of the County. 2. Any decision to terminate or otherwise not accept the Grant shall first require approval by the Board of County Commissioners as an agenda item. 3. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon signature by the Chairman. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote favoring same, this 9th day of January, 2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: Frank Halas, Chairman , Deputy Clerk as to form and legal sufficiency: ~ cott Teac , Assistant County Attorney APPLICATION FOR , 2. DATE SUBMITTED Applicant ldentJfler I-'age ~ Ot ILU 1 FEDERAL ASSISTANCE January 10, 2007 1. TYPE OF SUBMISSION: Awllca\ion 3. DATE RECEIVED BY STATE State Appilcatioo Identltler o Construction D~struction 4. DATE RECEIVED BY FEOERAL AGENCY Federal Identifier I!] Non-Construction o Non-Construction 5. APPUC Legal Name Collier County Board of County Commissioners Organizational Unit Address (give City, county, state and zip code) Name and telephone number of person to be contac;led on matters Involvtng 2885 South Horseshoe Drive this application (give area code) Naples, FI34104 Sue Faulkner, Principal Planner 6. EMPLOYER IDENTII'lCATION NUMBER (EIN) 239} 213-5889 E-mail: suefaulkner@collieraov.net T. l'fPE OF APPLICANT (entot eppropnlle leU., In box) 1519 610 o I 0 I 5 1 51 81 ^- SUIe H. lndcpcndont ScIlooI Dill [ID B. County l s.... "onln,II'" IDstiMeofHipcr LconUng C. Mmicipol J. PrMt.. U......ily ~ New OC_ D D. Townahip K. J_ Tn'" KevtSlon E.ln........ L. lndMduloI F. lalermaDie;poJ M. Pno6I <Xpnizatim Ifl\evisian, enter appn>priale iea<<(J) in box(s~ G. Special ~ N. Other (Spcoily) At_A_ B. llccIwc A_ C. Increue Duntion D. Dc::rcue o.u.bOD Olbor (Speeify) 9. NAME OF FEDERAL AGENCY FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRA TION 10. CATALOG OF FEDERAl DOMESTIC [!][I] 01511131 It. DESCRIPTIVE TITLE OF APPUCANTS PROlECT: Purchase of three (3) replacement and one (1) expanded ASSISTANCE NUMBER service paratransit vehicle. TInE _ >>ansIt Adm/n/sfnlllon Section 5310-- 12. AREAS AFFECTED BY PROJECT <_ _ -. de.) Requested Federal funds this Grant $253,600 Collier County, Florida 13. PROPOSED PROJECT 14. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF s.... 0... EDdins 0... a. Applicant lb. Project 7/1/20071 6/3012008 14 14 IS. ESTIMATED FUNDING 16. IS APPUCA1l0N SUWECTTO REVIEW BY STATE EXECUTlVEORDE/l. 12372 PROCESS? .. Federal $ 253,600 L YES OmIS PREAPPLtCATlON, APPLICATION WAS MADE A V AlLABLE TO TIle b. Applicant STATE EXECUTIVE ORDER 12372 PROCESS FOR REVIEW ON c. St81e $ 31,700 Date: 1/10/2007 d. Local $ 31,700 b.NO PROGRAM IS NOT COVERED BV EO IU72 e. other o OR PROGRAM HAS NOT BEe; SELECTED BY STA TE FOR RE\IIEW f. Program Income 17. IS mE APPLICANT DELINQUENT OJ>; ANY FEDERAL DEBT? $ 317,000 D Ifrry~. attach an e:xpllNltK. El . TOTAL 1 e. TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEOOE AND BELIEF ALL DATA tN THIS APPUCA TION PREPARATION ARE TRUE AND CORRECT. THE DOCUMENT HAS BEEN DULY AUTHORIZED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE APPLICANT AND THE APPLICANT WILL COMPLY WITH THE ATTACHED ASSURANCES IF THE ASSISTANCE IS AWARDED. .. Typed Nome of Aulhorized R"".......lalive I~~~.nsportation Administrator c. Telephone number Norman Feder 239) 774-8192 d. Sipetare of Authorized Rep""-'dve e. Dete Signed Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9 2007 Authorized for Local Reproduction 2 SIanUrd Fono 424 (REV 4-88) Poeoc:nbcdbyOMBC_A-I02 Previous F.ditions Not Usable Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 10 of 120 TRANSPORTATION - RELATED OPERATING and ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES Name of Applicant: Collier County Board of County Commissioners Date Completed 1/10/2007 Fiscal Period from 7/1/07 - 6/30/08 EXPENSE CATEGORY TOTAL EXPENSE Labor (501) Fringe and Benefits (502) Services (503) Materials and SUDDlies (504) Vehicle Maintenance (504.01) Utilities (505) Insurance (506) License and Taxes (507) Purchased Transit Service "(508) $ 2.346,198 Miscellaneous (509) Leases and Rentals (512) Depreciation (513) Totals $2,346,198 3 Agenda Item No. 16810 OPERATING and ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE January 9,2007 Page 11 of 120 Name of Applicant Organization:Collier County Board of County Commissioners Date Completed 12/19/2007 OPERATING REVENUES Fiscal Period from 7/01/07 - 6/30/08 TOTAL REVENUE Passenger Fares for Transit Services ToloI= $142,545 T-' Ru.....bl $26,321 Special Transit Fares (402) $246,516 School Bus Service Revenue (403) Freight Tarriffs 1404) Charter Service Revenues (405) Auxiliary Transportation Revenues (406) Non- TransDortation revenues 1407) Total ODeratina Revenues OTHER REVENUES Taxes Levied directlv by Transit Svstem (408) Local Cash Grants and Reimbursements (409) $817,102 Local Special Fare Assistance (410) State Cash Cash Grants and Reimbursements (411 ) $1,064.915 State Special Fare Assistance (412) Federal Cash Grants and Reimbursements (413) $154,961 Interest Income (414) Contributed Services (430) Contributed Cash (431 ) Subsidy from Other Sectors of Operations (440) Total of Other Revenues GRAND TOTAL REVENUES $2,452,360 10147 Bus Para transit Ford E350 Van 2001 2006 replaced 10148 Bus Paratransit Ford E350 Van 2001 2006 replaced 10168 Bus Paratransit Ford E350 Van 2001 2006 replaced 10149 Bus Paratransit Ford E350 Van 2001 30035 Bus Paratransit Ford StarTran Bus 2003 30036 Bus Paratransit Ford StarTran Bus 2003 31622 Bus Paratransit Ford E450 2003 427B2 Bus Paratransit Ford E4S0 2003 42783 Bus Paratransit Ford E450 2004 2009 42811 Bus Paratransit Ford E350 Van 2003 2008 42812 Bus Paratransit Ford E3S0 Van 2003 2009 42813 Bus Paratranslt Ford E350 Van 2003 200B 42814 Bus Paratransit Ford E350 Van 2003 200B 50380 Bus Paratransit Ford E450 2003 2008 60052 Bus Paratransit Chevrolet Glaval Bus 2006 2011 60053 Bus Paratransit Chevrolet Glaval Bus 2006 2011 60057 Bus Paratransit Chevrolet Glaval Bus 2006 2011 60058 Bus Paratransit Chevrolet Glaval Bus 2006 2011 60059 Bus Para transit Chevrolet Glaval Bus pendina Bus Paratransit Chevrolet Glaval Bus Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 13 of 120 CAPITAL REQUEST VEHICLE REQUEST Number Estimated Cost FTA GMIS Code RorE Of Requested Options Vehicles 25' wide body diesel buses with 11ft and 2 we positions (in each) 11. R 3 $255,000 11. E 1 $62,000 11. 11. 11. 11. Sub-Total $317,000 OTHER CAPITAL REQUEST Estimated Cost FT A GMIS Code Quantity Brief Description 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. OTHER CAPITAL SUBTOTAL VEHICLE SUBTOTAL $ $317,000 + OTHER CAPITAL SUBTOTAL$ o 317,000 X 80% = Federal Request $ $253,600 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9,2007 Page 14 of 120 FY 2007 Grant application, 5310 EXHIBIT A: Current System Description: FTA - 5310 Currently, Collier Area Transit provides transportation services to the general public. Services provided include fixed route bus service and paratransit service. The public transit services are managed by a contracted management company; McDonald Transit Associates, Inc. Paratransit service is available seven days per week, 24 hours per day. All service is provided by contracted operators. Paratransit service is door to door. Drivers will assist anyone who appears to need assistance, especially the frail and elderly and those who are mentally or physically disabled, from their door to their seat on the vehicle. Drivers will not go into a home and cannot go to rooms of nursing homes or hospitals due to time constraints and liability issues. Office hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours calls are forwarded to one of the contracted carriers who have actual operations twenty-four hours per day. All available funds will be used to carry out the mission of the Collier County Local Coordinating Board, which is to carry out a coordinated and comprehensive approach to planning, developing and providing transportation services that meet the needs of transportation disadvantaged persons. It is estimated that over 122,028 one-way trips will be provided during the current fiscal year. Fares for the general public will be the same as other passenger fares. Fares for the paratransit program are implemented as regulated by each funding source. ADA fares are set up at $2.00 per one-way trip, lower than allowed by regulations and based on Collier Area Transit's fixed route bus fares. As mentioned above, service is managed by a contracted management company, McDonald Transit Associates, Inc. service is provided by carriers under contract to McDonald Transit using vehicles owned by the County and by the carriers. Currently, the provider operates 14 routes and provides back up service with additional vehicles. Collier Area Transit's fixed route operates nine routes, using 14 buses in peak service. Collier Area Transit's paratransit program operates an average of 25 routes and or manifests each day; using an average of 15 Collier County owned vehicles. The balance of the routes are operated vehicles provided by private-for-profit providers. All the maintenance of vehicles is performed by Collier County Fleet Management. Safety is a primary concern of all transportation entities. Our current vehicle inventory is supplied elsewhere in this grant application. As can be seen, many of the vehicles presently in the Collier TD Fleet have high mileage on them. The CTC would like to be able to replace three vehicles and expand the fleet by one vehicle. Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Required for Section 5310 Page 15 of 120 EXHIBIT A-1 DATA INFORMATION FACT SHEET PART 1 - For Section 5310 Applicants Only Type of Service Existing If Grant Is Awarded 1 Number of one-way passenger trips provided to elderly and persons With disabilities (E&D):...... Year 122,028 122,028 2 Number of individual E&D persons Served: (Unduplicated):'" Year 1,062 1,062 3 Percentage of E&D needing wheelchair positions: Avg. 13% 13% 4 Number of vehicles to provide service: Avg. 26 26 5 Number of ambulatory seats: Avg. 226 226 6 Number of wheelchair positions: Avg. 23 23 7 Vehicle miles traveled: Per Year 1,318,179 1,318,179 8 Avg. Vehicle Miles per day 4,225 4,225 9 Normal number of days in operation per week: 6 6 10 Normal hours of vehicle operation per day: 10 10 11 Average trip length: 10.80 10.80 ... Estimates are acceptable ...... See page 50 for definition of one-way passenger trip. Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 16 of 120 EXHIBIT B: Proposed Project Description: FTA - 5310 The Collier County Board of County Commissioners is requestin FT A Section 5310 funds in the amount of $253,600 (80%). State match funds in th amount of $31,700 (10%) will also be requested. This will be matched with local s in the amount of $31,700. Funds from this grant will be used to purchase replacemen vehicles to continue the existing level of service. The vehicles scheduled for replacemen have exceeded their useful life and must be replaced if normal service is to continue. The e and other vehicles will be used to provide paratransit transportation services throughout he county. The vehicles will be leased to providers under contract. Mainten ce of these vehicles will be performed by the Collier County Management Department. Section 5310 funding for these vehicles is essential if service is to continue. Collier County currently provides over $1,000,000 each year to provide p atransit service. The current fleet of vehicles is inadequate due to their age and conditio. If this grant is not approved, Collier County may be forced to use some of the Loca' Operating funds to purchase replacement vehicles. Collier Area Transit provides A, Medicaid, and Transportation Disadvantaged, and agency funded paratransit trips for the at-risk population of Collier County, including those with disabilities, ow income, or the elderly. Without 5310 funds for replacement vehicles, Collier ounty may have to implement the prioritization of Transportation Disadvantaged paratr nsit trips as allowed by the State of Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadv taged. Trips would be reduced and many passengers would not have access to r creational, medical, shopping and other life sustaining transportation. A Budget is provided elsewhere in the grant application. 10 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 17 of 120 Exhibit C - Public Notice Insert ad here Collier Count Governme Communication & Customer Relations Department 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Agenda Item No. 16810 9,2007 of 120 Contact: Sandr Arnold-Lawson Public Informat n Coordinator (239) 774-8308 December 22, 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING All interested parties within Collier County are hereby advised that e Collier County Board of Commissioners is applying to the Florida Department of Transportat on for a capital grant under Section 5310 of the Federal Transit Act of 1991, as amended, for t e purchase of four (4) lift- equipped Body-on-Chasis buses to be used for the provision of ublic transit services within Collier County. The estimated cost of each vehicle is between $62,000 and $85,000. A public hearing has been scheduled on Friday, Jan. 26, 2007 a 9 a.m. at the Alternative Transportation Modes Department, located at 2885 South Horses oe Drive, for the purpose of advising all interested parties of service being contemplated if gran funds are awarded, and to ensure that contemplated services would not represent a duplication 0 current or proposed services provided by existing transit or para-transit operators in the area. I This hearing will only be conducted if, and only if, a written request fo I a hearing is received by two days prior to the scheduled hearing. Requests for a hearing must be addressed to Public Transportation Pri cipal Planner, Sue Faulkner, Transportation Division, 2885 South Horseshoe Drive, Naples, FL 3404 and a copy sent to Public Transportation Manager, Terry Beacham, Florida Department of Trans ortation - District One, P.O. Box 1249, 801 N. Broadway, # 110, Bartow, FL 33830-1249. For more information, call Sue Faulkner at 213-5889. -End- fL 'or 734 ofj t20 Y.5661> 5~)) ?y Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 19 of 120 lIip to: CoIHer County 2705..Horsesboe Drive SOuth Naples, EL 34104 Tel. 238..213-5886 REQUEST TO PURCHASE Requested by: Usa Hendrickson I Blanca Nieves Date: Tuesday, December 13# 2005 V."dor NOme : Naples Daily News-Pam Perrell a er Vendor TeI#: (239) 263-4832 desk FAX: (941) 263-4723 Purchase Order #: 1~~:~~~~~~:~:~I~{t~~~~~:~Y:, ~~ ~~~~ ~~ti~.--a.:;:1."\.\~.;:"'-I.-'el't~~.--'-~~-'-.." ".-- "~,,,v".' ":~:,K, " - -,-_N~~~_,~~j~:l~@l~~' 1davrun classifiedadfor NOTICEOF.PUBLICHEARING: All interested Parties within Collier County are hereby advised that the Collier County Board Commissioners is applying to the Florida Department of Transportation foracapl1a1 grant under Section 5310. ofUle Federal T nail Act of 1991, as amended, for the purchase of two (2) Ilft..equipped Body-on-Chasls buses to be used for the provision of blic transit services WIthin. Collier County. The estin1at$d cost of each vehicle is between $46,000 and. $65.000. A public hearing has been scheduled on Friday, Jan. 20 at 9 a.m. at the Alternative Transpo lion Modes Department, located at 2885 South Horseshoe Drive, for the purpose of advising all interested parties Dfservlce lngcontemplated if grant funds are awarded, and to ensure that contemplated services wouIdnotf8present a duplication of rrentor proposed services provldedbyexisting transit orpara.transitoperators In the area. This hearing will only be conducted if, and only if, a written request fora hearing is received y two days prior to the scheduled hearing. Requests for a hearing must be addressed to Public Transportation. Plannerlisa Hendrick. n, Transportation. DiviSiOn, 2885 South Horseshoe Drive, Naples. FL 34104 and a copy sent to Public Transportation Manager John Stading, Florida DepartmentofTransportation - District One. P.O. Box 1249,801 N.Broadway, #110, Barto FL 33830-1249. For more information, caHUsa Hendrickson at 213-5889 Bid # Total Amount Requested Quotes Attached {JO. 0" ch.. (Required by.CC Policy) lJ'l~/~D ObjactCode _31q:{'ZI Project # FUND: 427 Cost.' Approved: )J Diane. Flagg,D.irector Traffic Ops/Alternative Tr'ClftSportation .MocIes Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 20 of 120 Exhibit D -- Coordination The Collier County BCC is the Community Transportation Co rdinator (CTC) for Collier County. Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 21 of 120 Exhibit F - Federal Certifications and Ass ances Appendix A Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 22 of 120 FEDERAL FY 2007 CERTIFICATIONS AND ASSURANCES FOR A ASSISTANCE The Applicant agrees to comply with applicable requirements of Categories I _ X _X_ (The,Applicant may make this selection in lieu of individual selecti s below.) OR I. Certifications and Assurances Required of Each Applicant. The Applicant agrees to comply with the applicable requirements of the following tegories it has selected: II. Lobbying Certification III. Effects on Private Mass Transportation Companies IV. Public Hearing Certification for a Project with Substantial Impac V. Certification for the Purchase of Rolling Stock VI. Bus Testing Certification. VII. Charter Service Agreement. VIII. School Transportation Agreement. IX. Certification for Demand Responsive Service X. Substance Abuse Certifications XI. Certification for a Project Involving Financing Costs XII. Certifications for the Urbanized Area Formula Program and the Job Access and Reverse Commute Program XIII. Certifications for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Progr XIV. Certifications for the Nonurbanized Area Formula Program XV. Certifications for the State Infrastructure Bank (SIB) Program (Both sides of this Signature Page must be appropriately completed and gned where indicated.) Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 23 of 120 Appendix A FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007 ITA CERTIFICATIONS AND A SURANCES Required of all Applicants for FT A assistance and all FT A Grantees with an active . apital or formula project Name of Applicant: Collier County Board of County Commissioners I r Name and Relationship of Authorized Representative: Norman E. Feder l BY SIGNING BELOW I, Norman E. Feder, on behalf of the Applicant, declare that the Applicant has duly authorized me to make these certifications and assurances and bind the Applicant's com Hance. Thus, the Applicant agrees to comply with alI Federal statutes, regulations, executive orders, and administra 've guidance required for each application it makes to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in Federal Fiscal ear 2007. FTA intends that the certifications and assurances the Applicant selects on the other sid of this document, as representative of the certifications and assurances in Appendix A, should apply, as requ ed, to each project for which the Applicant seeks now, or may later, seek FT A assistance during Federal Fisca . Year 2007. The Applicant affmns the truthfulness and accuracy of the certifications and assurances 't has made in the statements submitted herein with this document and any other submission made to FT A and acknowledges that the provisions of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986,31 V.S.C. 3801 et seq", a implemented by V.S. DOT regulations, "Program Fraud Civil Remedies," 49 CFR part 31 apply to any certificatio assurance or submission made to FTA. The criminal fraud provisions of 18 U.S.C. 1001 apply to any certificatio , assurance, or submission made in connection with the Urbanized Area Formula Program, 49 U.S.C. 5307, and m y apply to any other certification, assurance, or submission made in connection with any other program adm 'stered by FTA. Signature In signing this document, I declare under penalties of perjury that the foregoing certific ions and assurances, and any other statements made by me on behalf of the Applicant are true and correct. Name: Norman E.Feder Authorized Representative of Applicant AFFIRMA nON OF APPLICANT'S A TIORNEY for Collier County Board of County Commissioners (Name of Applicant) As the undersigned legal counsel for the above named Applicant, I hereby affirm to the pplicant that it has authority under state and local law to make and comply with the certifications and ass ces as indicated on the foregoing pages. I further affmn that, in my opinion, the certifications and assurances h ve been legalIy made and constitute legal and binding obligations on the Applicant. Signature Name: Scott Teach. Assis n ountv Attornev Applicant's Attorney . . . Each Applicant for ITA financial assistance (except 49 V.S.C. 5312(b) assistance) and eac~ ITA Grantee ~I an active ~I~I or formula . project must provide an Attorney's affirmation of the Applicant's legal capacity. The Apphcant may enter Its IN number m lieu of the eleetrornc signature of its Attorney, provided the Applicant has on file this Affirmation of its Attorney dated this Feder fiseal year. or litigation pending or r of the performance of the foregoing statements, I I further affIrm to the Applicant that, to the best of my knowledge, there is no legislatio imminent that might adversely affect the validity of these certifications and assurances, project. Furthermore, if I become aware of circumstances that change the accuracy oft will notify the Applicant prompt which ay so inform FT A. e: Id-J~) t> b Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 24 of 120 EXHIBIT H APPLICANT CERTIFICATION AND ASSURA CE TO FDOT board The Collier County BCC certifies and assures t the Florida Department of Transportation in regard to its Application for Assistance under 49 S.C. Section 5310 dated January 9, 2007 I) It shall adhere to all Certifications and Assurances made to e federal government in its Application. 2) It shall comply with Section 341.051 Florida Statutes an Chapter 14-73 Florida Administrative Code. 3) It has the fiscal and managerial capability and legal authority to file the application. 4) Local matching funds will be available to purchase vehicles quipment at the time an order is placed. 5) It will carry adequate insurance to maintain, repa r, or replace project vehicles/equipment in the even of loss or damage due to an a cident or casualty. 6) It will maintain project vehicles/equipment in good workin order for the useful life of vehicles/equipment. 7) It will return project vehicles/equipment to the Department i , for any reason, they are no longer needed or used for the purpose intended. 8) It recognized the Department's authority to remove ve cIes/equipment from its premises, at no cost to the Department, if the De ent determines the vehicles/equipment are not used for the purpose intended improperly maintained, uninsured, or operated unsafely. 9) It will not enter into any lease of project vehicles/eq ipment or contract for transportation services with any third party without prior written approval of the Department. 10)It will notify the Department within 24 hours of any acci nt or casualty involving project vehicles/equipment, and submit related reports as re ired by the Department. 11) It will submit an annual financial audit report to the Dep ment, if required by the Department. Date: Signature: Norman Feder T ortation Administrator Typed name and ti e I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 25 of 120 COLLIER COUNTY PARA TRANSIT PLAN Adopted December 2005 Updated October 2006 Prepared by: Center for Urban Transportation Research College of Engineering University of South Florida Tampa, Florida L Updated by: Collier Area Transit Collier County Alternative Transportation Modes Department Collier MPO cate- lib MetTo;lDIItan Planning 0Ill>n- I ~ I I I I I I I l- I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 26 of 120 TABLE OF CONTENTS TDSP CERTIFICATION ...... .................. .................. ...................... ........ ...............,...... ................,... v LCB ROLL CALL VOTE... ........".... ................. ............. ........ .... ............... ........ ............ .................. vii INTRODUCTION.................... ..... ............ ........., ............ ..... ... .... ...... ....... ... ............... .....................,. ix I. DEVELOPMENT PLAN INTRODUCTION TO THE SERVICE AREA ......................................................................................... 1 Background ..... ............................. ............................... .... ............................. ....... ......,............. 1 Consistency Review of Other Plans..................... ....... ..."............................... ........ ................3 Local Coordinating 80ard Certification................... ......................... ...... ..................... .............3 SERVICE AREA PROFILE AND DEMOGRAPHICS ............ ................ .............".. ..... ............... ............3 Overview....... ......................,......".................................................................................,......... 3 Demographics ......... ........................... ... ........ ......,.. ............ ,.,.......... .......... ............ ..... ..... ........4 Population................. ................... ...... ......... ............,...................... ...................,...............4 Age....... ........ .. ., ... ...... ............ ........ ................. ......... .. .. .... .................... ... .. ..... ............... .. ... 5 Income.....................,...,., ............................................ .............................. ...... ....... ._.......... 5 Employment........ ................ ............,.,..............,.... .............,.. ................... ..... .................... 6 Census Tract Analysis..................... ................ ............................ ........... ......,.................... 8 Major Trip Generators .... ............ ..... .......... .................. .................................... ................15 SERVICE ANALYSIS ..................................................................................................................... 1 6 Forecasts of TO Population...... ..................................... ................................... ..... ................ 16 Demand for Program Trips...... .............. .......... ...... ....................... .... ..... ......... ..... ..................17 Demand for General Trips... ....................................... ............................... ............................ 18 Barriers to Coordination........................... .... ..... ....... ................. ........... .......... ....................... 19 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES...................................,.............,.,..... ............................... ..... ................20 IMPLEMENTATION PLAN............. ................. ................ .................................................................22 II. SERVICE PLAN OPERATIONS ELEMENT .............................. ...... ...................... ..... ........ ....... ...... ...........................25 Types, Hours, and Days of Service................. ....................... .... ...........................................25 Accessing Services.... ..... .... ....... .............................. ....... ........ ..... ................. ............. ...... .... 25 Eligibility................................................................... .....................,..........................,......26 Prioritizati on......... .. . .. . .. .. . ... ... .. ...... .................. .............. . .. ..... . . .... .. ... .. ... .... ....... .. ..... . .. .. . . . . 26 Transportation Operators........................... ........... ............................,................................... 27 Public Transit Utilization......... ..... ...... ........., ................ .......... .................. .... ... ......................28 School Bus Uti lizatio n ........................................................................................................... 28 2006 TDSP Update Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 27 of 120 Vehicle Inventory ...,........................ ......... .............................. ................ ........ ....................... 28 System Safety Program Plan Certification............................................................................ 28 Intercounty Services ... .............................................................................,.... ........... ............. 28 Natural Disaster/Emergency Preparedness........................................ ..................................28 Marketing.. ........................................................... ..................... .......... ...... ............................ 29 Acceptable Alternatives..................... ............................... ........... .......... .................... ...........29 III. QUALITY ASSURANCE SERVICE STANDARDS....................... ................................... ....... ................................................ 30 Drug and Alcohol Testing............................... .......... ..... ......................................... ............... 30 Driver Identification ...... ..._ ......................................................................................... ....... ..... 30 Seating......... ......................... ........................,..............................."......................... ..... ........ 30 Passenger Loading Assistance............................................................................................. 30 Smoking, Drinking and Eating..................................................... ..... ..................................... 30 Passenger Property .............................................. d.................... ........................... ............... 30 Child Restraints.. ...................................................................................................... ............. 31 Local Toll-Free Number ................................................................................. .......... ............. 31 Consumer Comments/Complaints............ d................................................................... .......31 Escorts and Children............. ........... .......... ...... ...... ..... ..,.......... ............. ........... ........... ..... .....31 Transfer Points............,.......... ............................................................ ............................... .... 31 PassengerfTrip Database .............................................. ....................................................... 31 Billing..... ............................................................................................................................... 31 Contract Monitoring .... .......... ..... ............... ....... ............ ...... ..... ....... ................ ........... ........ ....... .......... ....31 Passenger No-Shows.. .............................................,......................................... ..................32 Suspension of Service ........ ............... ................. ...... .... ...... ........ .... ............. ........ .... ..... ........ 32 T ra in i ng ......... .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. , . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . .. .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. . . .. . ... 33 Vehicle Cleanliness................. ............................................... ............................................... 33 Out-of_Service-Area Trips........................................................................... ... ..... ................. 33 Vehicle Equipment....... ..................................................................................... ........ ............ 33 Pick-Up Window.............. ............................. ............. .................. ......... .............. ......... ..........33 On-Time Performance ....... ......... ..... ............... .................. ....... .......................... ...:... ....... ..... 34 Ride Time.................................................................................... ........................... ............... 34 Advance Reservations.......................................................................................................... 34 Background Checks................................... ....... .............................................. ............ .......... 34 Public Transit Utilization........... ............... ...... ............ ...... .................. ............. .......................34 Accidents .............................................................................................................................. 34 Roadcalls ....................... .......... ............. .............................. ....... ...... ................. .......... .......... 34 Call-Hold ... ................... ......... ............ .... ............................. ......... ........ ................... ...............34 Service Effectiveness...................................................................................... ...................... 34 LOCAL GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE .............. .................................................................................. 35 CTC EVALUATION PROCESS .................................................... ............. ................. ........ ............ 35 IV. CosT/REVENUE ALLOCATION AND FARE STRUCTURE JUSTIFICATION COST REVENUE ALLOCATION..................................................................................................... 36 il 2006 TDSP Update I , I I I I I I I , I I I I I I I ~ I I I~ I I I I I I I l- I I I I 1\ I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 28 of 120 RATE AND FARE STRUCTURE..." ...... ................................... ....... ...... .... ........,. .............................36 Passenger Co-Pay (Fare) .... ........,.. ......,.............. ...... ............. ...... .......,................................36 V. PEER AND TREND ANALYSIS CTC TREND ANALySiS........ .........................,........ .... ................. ........ ............... ..................... .....39 CTC PEER REVIEW ANALYSIS. .............. .......... ............................. ..... ................ ............... .......... 41 Comparative Demographics............ .....................,............ .................................. ............41 Comparative Performance........................................... ................................................,.. 42 CONCLUSiONS........................,........."............"................... ......................... ................ ............... 43 ApPENDICES ApPENDIX A Local Coordinating Board Certification ApPENDIX B Vehicle Inventory ApPENDIX C System Safety Service Plan Certification Comprehensive Plan Emergency Procedures ApPENDIX D Grievance Procedure TO User Guide No Show/Cancellation Policy TO Eligibility Criteria ApPENDIX E Cost Effectiveness Worksheets ApPENDIX F Future Financial Tables 2006 TDSP Update iii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 29 of 120 INTRODUCTION The following report, entitled, "Collier County Paratransit Plan" has been developed to address the Paratransit transportation operations in Collier County, Florida. This report discusses the three types of paratransit transportation available in Collier County; transportation options under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), transportation options under the Transportation Disadvantaged Program (TD), and transportation options under the Medicaid program. However, this report has also been outlined to meet the requirements established by the State of Florida that requires each county to develop a Transportation Disadvantaged Service Plan. The 1979 Florida Legislature passed the Transportation Services Act, Chapter 427, Florida Statutes, which called for the coordination at the County level of all Federal and State expenditures for the "transportation disadvantaged." The Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (CTD) is the agency authorized to oversee implementation of transportation service development plans for the transportation disadvantaged program in Florida. Chapter 427, FS. requires each County to develop a Transportation Disadvantaged Service Plan (TDSP) for the Transportation Disadvantaged program, with an update every three years, at a minimum. The development and update of the TDSP must meet the requirements of Chapter 427, Florida Statutes, as stated in Rule 41-2, Florida Administrative Code. The TDSP is used by the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) and the Local Coordinating Board (LCB) to maintain and/or improve transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged and to serve as a framework for performance evaluation. 2006 TDSP Update IX I 1/- I I I I I I; I I- I I, I I I I I 1'- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 30 of 120 TDSP CERTIFICATION The Collier County Local Coordinating Board hereby certifies that an annual evaluation of the Community Transportation Coordinator was conducted consistent with the policies of the Commission for the Transportation disadvantaged and all recommendations of that evaluation have been incorporated in this Service Plan. We further certify that the rates contained herein have been thoroughly reviewed, evaluated and approved. This Transportation Disadvantaged Service Plan was reviewed in its entirety and approved by this Board at an official meeting held on October 9,2006. / /- 15"- Oh ~~ Local Coordinating Board Chairperson Date - Approved by the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged: Date Lisa Bacot. Executive Dire{;tor 2006 TDSP Update v I I I Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 31 of 120 I LCB ROLL CALL VOTE for Approval of Collier County's Paratransit Plan Update September 13, 2006 I I I Name Representing Yes No Absent Commissioner Donna Fiala Elected Official X Peter Kraley Veterans Services X Richard Shine Florida Department of Transportation X Joe Martinez Agency for Health Care Administration X Mary Lou Raab Department of Children and Families X Rita Zimmer Department of Elder Affairs I X Barbara Ridings Dept. of Education I X Kevin Hilliard Public Education I X Paul Starzyk Citizen Advocate I X Mindy Idaspe CltlzHfl AdVRf[j}1- Uw X Harold Kurzman Elderly Citizens X Adrienne Malaspina I Disabled X Maria Adame I Community Action I X Vacant Local Medical Community X Joe Paterno Southwest Florida Regional t orkforce Development Board X Laura 5tacell Children at Risk X I Pearl Lyons I Public Transportation Industry X I I I I t I I I I I I I 2006 TDSP Update vii I l- I I I I I' I I f- I I I I I I I I- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 32 of 120 I. DEVELOPMENT PLAN INTRODUCTION TO THE SERVICE AREA Background Collier County Government's Alternative Transportation Modes (A TM) Department, Transportation Division serves as the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) for Collier County. Figure 1 shows the organizational structure of the Collier County CTC. Collier County CTC is considered a complete brokerage, contracting all fixed-route, paratransit, and transportation disadvantaged operations to McDonald Transit who operates as Collier Area Transit (CAT). CAT obtains prior authorization for all trips (ADA, TO, and Medicaid), schedules the tripes) and invoices the Collier County A TM Department on a monthly basis, Collier Area Transit operates nine routes on a fixed-route system as depicted on Figure 2. The entire fleet is equipped with lifts that are compatible with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). CAT sub-contracts with private operators to provide TO paratransit service throughout the remaining portions of Collier County. As the management company for the CTC I CAT performs the basic elements of coordination for the paratransit program in Collier County, e.g" call intake, certification, eligibility, reservations, scheduling, transportation, reporting, cost-sharing and information sharing. Collier County provides administrative support such as grant writing, planning, budgeting, public information and also program approval for all aspects ofthe Paratransit program. Three distinct transportation programs are provided under Collier Area Transit's Paratransit Program: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Transportation Disadvantaged (TO) and Medicaid. The ADA program provides service to people who reside within =x miles of an existing CAT bus route and have transportation needs that fall within the service schedule of CAT, but cannot access the bus system due to a disability. The TO program provides service to people residing in areas where CAT bus routes are not available and who have no other means of transportation. The Medicaid program provides transportation to Medicaid eligible people who cannot travel by the CAT bus routes and have no other means of transportation. 2006 TDSP Update 1 :~-- .~ 4- ?~._-JY/ . ' 0, ~ i r""""'-'J ==!j "'~~I1IIIlIClKA.I..EE ~... ~[:_-- .. i - ---. : - .-- '-- .---;::;:-r....".' J ,..=.: __ u y,....', '- << ~. ; ;;.,~'~ to: ~r ~~ . ~~-...,~" I ' ~Iu ~ '""""'-"'--~1- -~-.~ . ~t < ~~~ l, ~~i--- ..,._~~... ',........ "'h-...:._'. . ... ,- ---e t~ _':: -! ~ ! 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", .._S;;! ~ 3 I f- I I I I I I I, l- I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 34 of 120 Consistency Review of Other Plans Pertinent portions of the following plans were reviewed in order to determine consistency and identify existing goals, objectives and policies that support transit and paratransit issues. _ Collier County's Growth Management Plan - Marco Island's Comprehensive Plan for Future Growth _ City of Naples' Comprehensive Plan - 2005 Transit Development Plan for Collier Area Transit - Collier County 2030 Long-Range Transportation Plan - Collier County Comprehensive Pathway (Bicycle/Pedestrian) Plan - Transportation Improvement Program _ Strategic Regional Policy Plan (SWFRPC) - Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged 5 and 20 year plans - Transit 2020: Florida's Strategic Plan for Public Transportation This Service Plan is consistent with all of the above-referenced plans. By reducing the number of individual trips and vehicles on the road, the coordinated system helps to address concerns expressed in these plans regarding roadway safety and capacity constraints. Local Coordinating Board Certification See Appendix A for Collier County Coordinating Board Membership Certification. SERVICE AREA PROFILE AND DEMOGRAPHICS An Overview of Collier County Collier County, located on Florida's west coast, occupies a land area of2,026 square miles, making it the largest county in Florida. Broward and Dade counties are located on Collier's eastern border, Lee and Hendry counties are on the northern border, and Monroe County is on the southern border. The county consists of three incorporated areas: Naples, Everglades City, and Marco Island. Comer County is located in the Bonita Springs-Naples urbanized area as design?lted by the Year 2000 Census. Collier County has nearly 50 miles of public beaches, along with a number of local, state, and national nature preserves. It was created in 1923. Its early economic growth has been associated 2006 TDSP Update 5 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 35 of 120 with a millionaire from Memphis, Baron Gift Collier, who acquired his fortune through streetcar advertising. When Collier came to the area, he introduced paved roads, electric power, telegraphs and many new businesses to the people of the area. These additions attracted many people to the area. In 1950, the number of residents in Collier County was 6,488. By 1980, that number had grown to 85,000, and in 2000, the population was 251,377. Population estimates for 2002 have reported 277,457 residents. This growth has labeled Collier County as one of the fastest developing areas in the nation. Collier County Demographics According to the 2003 Florida Statistical Abstract, the most populous city in the county is Naples with an estimated population of 20,057. The City of Marco Island is the second largest in Collier County, with an estimated population of 14,799. The population of the county's unincorporated area is quite large as compared to the cities, with about 240,093 residents. During the time period of 1990 to 2002, Collier County saw its population increase from 152,099 to 277,457, an 82 percent increase. Table 1 displays population, population growth, and population density for Collier County and Florida as a whole. Over the ten year period of 1990 - 2000, Collier County grew at a rate much higher than that of the State of Florida, seeing over a sixty-five percent increase in population over the ten year period. The population density that exists in Collier County, however, is much less than the overall State population density, with just over 124 persons per square mile versus 296 persons per square mile in the State of Florida. Table 1 Population and Population Density i , I Population Growth I Population Density Population , Population I I Area (1990) (2000) I (1990-2000) I (2000) i I ! (persons/sq mile) Collier I 152,099 251,377 I 65.3% I 124.1 I I Florida -1 12,938,071 j 15,982,378 I 23.5% I 296.4 Source: 1990 and 2000 population counts provided by U.S. Census Bureau 6 2006 TOSP Update I , I I I I I I ,I , I I I I I I I ~ I I l- I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I 1'- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 36 of 120 Population Age Characteristics Table 2 charts the. age group percentages for both Florida and Collier County. According to the 2002 Florida Statistical Abstract, almost 25 percent of Collier County's population is 65 years of age or older. This is 7 percentage points higher than the State of Florida as whole. The 15-24 age category continues to comprise the smallest portion of the population in Collier County, with fewer than 10 percent of the population. Table 2 Population Age Distribution, 2002 Area 0-14 15-24 1 25-44 I 45-64 65 + Collier County 16.5% 9.9% I 23.4% I 25.4% 24.8% Florida 18.6% 12.5% I 27.4% I 23.9% 17.6% - Source: Florida Statistical Abstract 2003, University of Florida Income Characteristics Table 3 compares the distribution of household income in Florida and Collier County. The percent of households with incomes in the categories under $50,000 are significantly lower than the percentages for the state of Florida. On the other hand, Collier County is very much above the State of Florida in upper income classifications. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, the median household income for the state of Florida is $38,819. Collier County has a significantly higher median household income of $48,289. Table 3 Annual Household Income Distribution, 2000 ! I Area $0 -$9,999 $10,000. i $25,000 - $35,000 - $50,000 - Over $75,000 I $24,999 I $34,999 $49,999 $74,999 I , i I j 15.7% I 12.9% I 17.1% - . I Collier 6.0% 19.4% 29.0% I I I ..---....--......r....---- . 1 Florida 9.6% 21.2% i 14.2% 17.4% 18.5% I 19.1% I i Source: 2000 U.S. Census Bureau 2006 TDSP Update 7 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 37 of 120 Vehicle Availability Table 4 shows the amount of households who have accessibility to a vehicle. In Collier County just fewer than five percent of households do not have access to a vehicle. The 2000 census reported eight percent of households within the State of Florida do not have accessibility to a vehicle. Collier County has a slightly higher percentage of household vehicle availability when compared with the State of Florida. Table 4 Vehicle Availability Distribution, 2000 Household Vehicle Availability Area I None I One or More Collier 4.9% I 95.1% I i Florida 8.1% i 91.9% \ Source: 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Florida Statistical Abstract Employment Characteristics Table 5 compares the size of the labor force 16 years of age and older to the actual percent of the labor force that is employed for both Collier County and Florida. Over 96 percent of the Collier County labor force is employed. This is just above the Florida labor force employment rate of 94 percent. Table 5 Employment Characteristics for Collier County, 2000 A II C' '1' L b F - I Percentage of Labor Force rea IVI Ian a or o=--cel E I d mp oye Collier I 109,440 96.3% Florida I 7,407,458 I 94.4% ------~._- Source: 2000 U.S. Census Bureau 8 2006 TDSP Update I , I I I I I I I , I I I I I I I J I I l- I I I I I I I l- I I I I I I , I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 38 of 120 Travel to Work Table 6 compares the distribution of travel time to work for Collier County and Florida. The majority of Collier County residents have a commute of less than 30 minutes (68 percent) whereas about 62 percent of Florida residents complete their commute in less than 30 minutes. From this table we can see that Collier County residents typically spend less time traveling to work than the average Florida resident. Table 6 Commute to Work Distribution, 2000 Area Less than 10-20 min 20-30 min 30-44 min 45-60 min 60 + min 10min Collier 13.3% 33.0% 22.5% 19.6% 6.1% 5.6% Florida 11.2% 30.0% I 21.5% 22.4% I 8.0% 6.9% Source: 2000 U.S. Census Bureau Top Employers Table 7 lists the top fifteen employers in Collier County. Governmental selVices, health care and education top the list. Table 7 Collier County Largest Employers Employer I Type of Business I Total Employees Collier County Public Schools i Education I 4,400 Publix Supermarkets I Grocery 2.021 Collier County Government Government I 2,161 I NCH Healthcare System Health Care I 2,080 Emolovee Professionals Staffinq/Human Resources 1.700 I Ritz-Carlton Hotel Hospitality - 1,150 t Collier County Sheriffs Office Government I 1,000 I Marriott Hospitality 943 I Winn-Dixie Supermarkets Grocery 918 ! Registry Resort I Hospitality 750 I I Leaoue Club, Inc I 625 I SymDhonv Rehabilitation Svcs. Healthcare I 607 Wal-Mart Stores Retail I 594 Classic Bentley Village, Inc. I 550 City of NaDles , Government I 480 2006 rosp Update 9 Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 39 of 120 Source: Collier County 20D3 Economic, Demographic & Community Profile Means of Travel to Work Table 8 shows the distribution of workers' mode of transportation to work in Collier County and Florida. Collier County has a slightly lower percentage in drive alone travel, and a slightly higher rate of carpool/vanpool travel when compared to statewide results. Public transportation use is relatively consistent with that of the State of Florida, with just about 2 percent of workers using it to travel to work. Table 8 Means of Travel to Work Distribution, 2000 Area Drive Alone CarpoolNanpool Public Transportation 1.9% 1.9% Work I at I Home I 4.7% I I 3.0% I Bike or Walk Collier Florida 74.4% 78.8% 14.9% 12.9% 2.5% 2.3% Source: 2000 U.S. Census Bureau Census Tract Analvsis Information from the U.S. Census can be used to determine characteristics that are highly correlated with a person's or household's need for transit. This type of analysis is useful for determining census tracts with high transit-dependent characteristics. Demographic characteristics that are generally used to indicate transit dependence included the distribution of youth (under 18 years of age), elderly persons (over 65 years of age), low-income households (125% of poverty level), and zero-vehicle households. These categories also become useful for identifying those residents who have a propensity to utilize paratransit (ADA, TD, Medicaid) services. The first step in identifying the census tracts that have persons or households with the greatest propensity for (para)transit use involved the calculation of the percent distributions of the four demographic characteristics for each tract. Results from this process are put into a table of values indicating the percent of youth, elderly persons, low-income households, and zero-vehicle households for each of the area's census tracts. The census tracts are then sorted for each characteristic in descending order of percent distribution so that the tracts with higher percentages for each characteristic would appear at the top of their respective ranges. From the percentage ranges, an average percent value and a standard deviation value are calculated for each characteristic. Statistically, the standard deviation may be thought of as a measure of distance from the average value. According to an empirical rule of thumb, for most 10 2006 TDSP Update I , I I I I I I I , I I I I I I 1 J I I l- I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I f- I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 40 of 120 moderately-sized data sets with a bell-shaped normal distribution, approximately 68 percent of the data val ues wiJllie within one standard deviation of their average and approximately 95 percent of the data values will lie within two standard deviations of their average. Each of the three characteristic ranges are then stratmed into four segments, based on the following break points: average percent, average percent plus one standard deviation, and average percent plus two standard deviations. Thus, the census tracts fall into one of the following four categories for each characteristic: below average, above average but below one standard deviation (above average), between one and two standard deviations above average (far above average), and more than two standard deviations above average (significantly above average). The next step involves the assignment of discrete numerical scores to each of the four categories established for each demographic characteristic. These scores serve two basic purposes: to provide uniform ranking to all of the tracts within a particular category and to numerically differentiate among the four categories for each characteristic. A comparative probability estimation method is utilized to develop the scores. First, the probability that a tract would be part of a specific category for a given characteristic is calculated for each category. For example, if two Collier County's 52 census tracts were part of the "significantly above average" category for the elderly characteristic, this means that there is a 3.8 percent probability (# tracts in category -;. # total tracts x 100%) that one of county's tracts would fall within the range established for that particular category for the elderly characteristic. After the probabilities are calculated for each characteristic, they are then used to estimate the categories' scores via comparative probability ratios. That is, the probability percentage for each category is divided into the probability percentage for the "below average" category. This numerator was selected so that, for each characteristic, the census tracts in the "below average" category would receive a score of one (1). Finally, composite scores are calculated for the census tracts by summing individual category scores for each demographic characteristic. The census tracts are then ranked by composite score and stratified into four levels, using the same method that was utilized to develop characteristic categories. The census tracts that fell into the "significantly above average" category were defined as primary transit-dependent tracts, Le., census tracts with the greatest propensity for transit based on the tracts' percentages of youth, elderly persons, low-income households, and zero-vehicle households. Secondary transit-dependent tracts included those that fell into the "far above average" category; tertiary transit-dependent tracts included those tracts in the "above average" category. The availability of 2000 Census Block Group data allowed the analysis to be conducted at the Block Group level, providing a further level of detail to the analysis. 2000 TDSP Update 11 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 41 of 120 Collier County Collier Area Transit (CAT) provides transit services to areas throughout Collier County. There are currently nine routes (see Figure 2) providing service coverage in Collier County I including an express route that runs twice a day between Immokalee and Marco Island. As noted in Table BA, Tracts 112.04 and 112.05 are identified as the most transit-dependent tracts in the county. In fact, six of the ten primary transit-dependent block groups are located within these two census tracts. These tracts are located in the Immokalee area. The Blue Route, Pink Route, and the Marco Express Route provide service to this area. The four other primary transit-dependent block groups are located at the Collier/Lee County line just west of US 41, two block groups along the east side of Goodlette-Frank Road between Pine Ridge Road and US 41, and a small block group located on the south side of Rattlesnake Hammock Road, just east of US 41. Figures 3 and 4 provide a visual depiction of the transit dependent Census Block Groups in Collier County. Regarding secondary and tertiary transit-dependent groups, many of the block groups making the list are along the coastal areas. It should be noted that, sometimes, census blocks in typically affluent coastal communities are characterized by a large enough percentage of elderly so as to have a high enough composite score from this analysis to be considered transit-dependent. This is likely the case for Collier County. With a few exceptions, transit service is provided to most of the transit-dependent block groups identified in this analysis. The main areas identified as being transit-dependent and not being served are located in the northern areas of the County by the Lee County line along US 41. Also, some block groups located along the gulf front are not considered to be served because of their distance from US 41. 12 2006 TDSP Update I , I I I I I I I ~ I I I I I I I J 'I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 42 of 120 f- I Table SA Collier County - Transit-Dependent Census Block Groups I I 112.05 BG 2 Block '!';J~?ttlIi!?ii1lf' ~""''''';9,.~.~,v-"'''''''''~:;'~ c":<{: 1t'f.'... --:1; ,', . ':;:~":;:'~.:'i~;-J':":>:_/. I 102.03 BG 1 Orange Adequately served 7.00 BG 1 Red, Orange Adequately served I 112.05 BG 1 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Adequately served 112.05 BG 3 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Adequately served I 112.04 BG 3 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Adequately served 108.01 BG 2 Green Adequately served I 112.04 BG 1 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Adequately served 101.01 BG 2 Not Served t- 112.04 BG 2 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Adequately served sEcoNii.4RY BLOCKS (rar above aVerage)" I 1.00 BG 4 Red, Orange 104.09 BG 5 Purple 106.04 BG 6 Orange 106.03 BG 1 Yellow, Blue 105.04 BG 2 Purple, Yellow, Blue 110.00 BG 1 Marco Orculator 101.02 BG 1 Adequately served Adequately served I Adequately served Adequately served I Adequately served Adequately served Not Served I 107.01 BG 1 Red, Orange Adequately served TERTIARY BLOCKS (above average) I 3.01 BG 2 Red Adequately served 111.01 BG 1 Marco Express & Circulator Adequately served I 4.00 BG 1 Not Served 4.00 BG 2 Not Served I r- 113.00 BG 2 Blue, Marco Express Routes serve Southeastern pDrtion of block 113.00 BG 3 Blue, Marco Express Routes serve Southeastern portion of block 4.00 BG 3 Not Served I 2006 rosp Update 13 Agenda Item No. 16810 I January 9, 2007 Page 43 of 120 , Table SA (continued) Collier County - Transit-Dependent Census Block Groups I '"'~-;:'~"""'':::~'~~i~Sl Comments ,',". ' ". ~jtEilitAR:,?BLdi:KS!rBliDVeiilvei7ige):Coniinu'" ,...". ~~,.~I!t.Jl,.~1'!fi:~',:t1,T.,.l!l'~.,~",-~~?~d"""~...";~I,~J:_'~~~, __ 108.01 BG 1 Green, Orange Adequately served 107.01 BG 4 Orange Adequately served 107.01 BG 3 Orange Adequately served 101.01 BG 3 --- Not Served 105.04 BG 1 Purple, Yellow, Blue Adequately served 105.02 BG 3 Green Route serves Southern portion of block 110.00 BG 2 Marco Orculator Adequately served 102.04 BG 1 Red Route serves Eastern portion of block 102.04 BG 3 Red Route serves Eastern portion of block 1.00 BG 3 Red, Orange Adequately served 2,00 BG 1 Red, Orange Adequately served 101.01 BG 4 --- Not Served I 102.03 BG 2 Red, Yellow Routes serve Eastern portion of block 107.01 BG 2 Red, Orange Adequately served 109.03 BG 1 Marco Circulator Adequately served 108.02 BG 2 Green Adequately served 112.02 BG 2 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Routes serve North and Western portions of block 113.00 BG 1 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Routes serve Southeastern portion of block 114.00 BG 2 Blue, Pink, Marco Express Routes serve Southwestern portion of block 3,02 BG 4 Red Route serves Eastern portion of block 101.02 BG 3 -..., Not Served 1102.04 BG 2 Red Route serves Eastern portion of block I 105.02 BG 2 Yellow, Blue, Green Yellow & Blue serve Northern portions of block; Green serves Southern Dortion of block 108.02 BG 3 Green Adequately served I I I I I I , I I I I I I I J 14 2006 TDSP Update I I J-, r I I I I I I f-. I I I I I I I I- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 44 of 120 Figure 3 Collier County Transit Dependency Census 2000 tp I . Gj) Tllld 1",02 - Red Route - Purple Route - Orange Route ""G!J ,.;;;; 41 ",.,,_.... '~._-~~-';::;:;;::; - Green Route - Blue Route Block Groups: .. Primary .. Secondary .. Tertiary CJ Collier County c:::J Collier Census Tracts I. j Collier Places '" ":~W ,I' 2000 TDSP Update 15 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 2006 TDSP Update Aaenda Item No. 16810 ~ January 9, 2007 Page 45 of 120 Figure 4 Collier County Transit Dependency Census 2000 - Red Route - Purple Route - Orange Route - Green Route Tlllct \12.01 - Blue Route Tract 10407 Block Groups: .. Primary .. Secondary .. Tertiary c:=J Collier County CJ Collier Census Tracts c=J Collier Places lracl 1l>4 '0 'Trad 104 13 Trmd 105.02 Tract "'02 1 ~ I w+rl s if"<> 17 I If Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 46 of 120 I I I I I Points of Interest Table 9 shows the points of interest and major trip generators and attractors around Collier County. Table 9 Major Paratransit Trip Generators and Attractors I I Ir-. Naples CBD Barefoot Beach Park Coastland Center Mall Bonita Beach Park Venetian Village I and II Tiger Tail Beach Wal-Mart (US 41 and Palm Dr) Wiggins State Park and Beach Super Wal-Mart (CR 951) Vanderbilt Public Beach Carillon Place Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology Pine Ridge Crossings Edison College Naples Community Hospital The Naples Carlisle (Assisted Living) Collier County Government Complex Buena Vida (Assisted Living) Naples Municipal Airport I Physician Regional Medical Center , Sunrise I Dialysis Centers Collier Regional Medical Center (East I Naeles -oeeninq Fall 2006) I I I I I I I 1('- I 2006 TDSP Update 19 Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 47 of 120 SERVICE ANALYSIS This section presents estimates regarding the need and demand for transportation services among the Transportation Disadvantaged (TO) population in Collier County. It provides a quantitative transportation needs profile for the applicable TD populations and indicates unmet need for transportation in the Collier County service area. All estimates are based on the methodology described in Methodology Guidelines for Forecasting TO Transportation Demand at the County Level, May 1993 and the Florida Statewide Transportation Disadvantaged Plan: Population and Demand Forecasts 1996-2015, July 1996. Forecasts of TO Population There are two categories of TD population in the State of Florida, the difference between which is specifically related to funding arrangements. The first group is the "potential TO population" (also known as TO Category I). This potential TO population includes disabled, elderly, low-income persons, and children who are "high-risk" or "at-risk." The second group of TO population (also known as TO Category II), includes those persons who are unable to transport themselves or to purchase transportation. These persons are eligible to receive the same subsidies as those in Category I, plus they are eligible to receive TO Trust Fund monies for non-sponsored general trips. Thus, this population group is actually a subset of the potential TO population. Table 10 Forecasts of TO Populations in Collier County Year TO Population 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Category I 111,054 114,862 118,813 122,912 127,163 131,575 Category II 17,758 18,277 18,815 1 9,369 19,945 20,539 Tables 10,11 and 12 break down the Potential TO Population and TO Population groups in Collier County. Persons in either of these population groups may be heavily dependent on some form of public transportation. 20 2006 rosp Update I , I I I I I I I , I I I I I I I J I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 48 of 120 f- I Table 11 2005 Collier County Potential Transportation Disadvantaged Population (Category I) I I I ^ ^ ^PoR~,I~ti~n . . , Estimates . ~+:,T;' ,,' d:i- Percent of Total "':P6tentliiITD .1" ' '1 I I Disabled, Non-Elderly, Low Income 1,063 1.0% Disabled, Non-Elderly, Non-Low Income 7,308 6.8% Disabled, Elderly, Low Income 878 0.8% Disabled, Elderly, Non-Low Income 15,686 14.0% Non-Disabled, Elderly, Low Income 3,447 3.1% Non-Disabled, Elderly, Non-Low Income 61 ,586 54.8% Non-Disabled, Non-Elderly, Low Income 21,086 19.5% Total Potential Transportation Disadvantaged Population 111,054 100% J- I I I Table 12 2005 Collier County Transportation Disadvantaged Population (Category II) I I I I r- I Segments Population Percent of Total Estimates TD Transportation Disabled, Non-Elderly, Low Income 487 2.8% Transportation Disabled, Non-Elderly, Non-Low Income 3,350 193% Transportation Disabled, Elderly. Low Income 450 2.5% Transportation Disabled, Elderly, Non-Low Income 8,036 44.3% Non-Transportation Disabled. Low Income, No Auto, 5,435 31.1% No Fixed-Route Transit Total Transportation Disadvantaged Population 17,758 100% Demand for Program Trips Persons in Category I are eligible to receive governmental and social service subsidies for program trips. A program trip is one made by a client of a government or social service agency for the purpose of participating in a program of that agency. Examples of program trips are Medicaid trips, trips to congregate meal sites, or trips to job training facilities. 2006 TDSP Update 21 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 49 of 120 I ~ 22 2006 TDSP Update I I I I I I I ~ I I I I I I I J I The estimated demand for program trips is shown in Table 13. Program Trip demand is dependent upon the existence of the program to which the potential TD population group is transported. For example, demand for trips to sheltered workshops exists only because there are sheltered workshop programs. Thus, the demand for program trips is equal to the number of trips required to take advantage of the service offered by the program, Therefore, the demand for program trips depends on the funding level for the various social service programs. Table 13 Forecasts of Collier County Program Trip Demand and Supply Year Potential TO Population Demand for Supply of Program (Category I) Program Trips Trips 2005 111,054 223,538 223,538 2006 114,862 232,480 232,480 2007 118,813 241,779 241,779 2008 122,912 251,450 251,450 2009 127,163 1 261,508 261,508 2010 131,575 271,969 271,969 Demand for General Trips General trips are trips made by Transportation Disadvantaged persons (Category II) to destinations of their choice (not to agency programs). Examples of general trips are trips to work or grocery stores and non-Medicaid medical trips. Deriving the demand for general trips is different than for program trips. The methodology developed to forecast demand for general trips involves the use of trip rates derived in a study of paratransit demand conducted in 1990 for the San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission by Crain & Associates, Inc. and others (San Francisco Bay Area Regional Paratransit Plan: Final Report). The trip rates were developed from the actual experiences of paratransit systems around the country that were meeting most or all of the trip demand in their service areas. The use of these trip rates has been recommended by the Federal Transit Administration for estimating demand for ADA complementary paratransit. Total demand for general trips is simply the TO population multiplied by the trip rates. The TD population (rather than the Potential TD population) was used to forecast demand, because the TD population is the pool of persons eligible for general trips funded by the state. Table 14 shows the forecasts of the Collier County TO population, as well as demand and supply estimates for general trips by the TD population for the years 2005 through 2010. I l- I I I I I I I p- I I I, I I I I [-- I Agenda Item No. 16B 1 0 January 9, 2007 Page 50 of 120 A gap exists between demand for general trips and the supply of these trips. Unmet demand refers to demand that currently exists in the TD transportation market, but is not being met due to factors such as funding, price, convenience, comfort, eligibility, and the availability of other transportation modes. Table 14 Forecasts of Collier County TD General Trip Demand and Supply Year TO Population Demand for Supply of Unmet Demand (Category II) General Trips General Trips for General Trips 2005 17,758 255,715 103,915 151,800 2006 18,277 263,189 107,992 155,197 2007 18,815 270,936 112.230 158,706 2008 19,369 278,914 116,634 162,280 2009 19,945 287,20B 121,210 165,998 2010 20,539 295,762 125,967 169,795 Note: Demand for General Trips is based on the TD population multiplied by the trip rates as recommended by FTA. It should be noted that the figures related to the demand and supply of TD general purpose trips in Collier County include trips that will also fall under the category of ADA complementary paratransit services. The ADA provides for unconstrained delivery of paratransit trips for persons who cannot use the fixed-route bus system due to the nature and/or extent of their disability. Persons may be certified as eligible for ADA paratransit trips, as well as TD general purpose trips. Therefore, the figures for unmet demand included in Table 14 are inflated and reflect some duplication in the calculation of trip demand. Barriers to Coordination for Transportation Disadvantaged Services In Collier County and across the State, there is more demand for TD services than supply. Even though financing for TD services was recently increased, it cannot make up for the length of time that funding remained constant. With increased fuel costs, inflation, and a rapidly-increasing population, this means there is actually less money available to transport more people. Some social service agencies have had their transportation funding reduced, causing the burden to be shifted to the TD program. There is a concern that some agencies see TD as an opportunity to reduce their own budgets for transportation services. Although the Statute assigns to the CTe the responsibility of bringing non-profit and/or for-profit 2006 TDSP Update 23 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 51 of 120 I , I I I I I I I agencies under the coordinated umbrella, the Statute contains no penalty for those who are in non- compliance. Other barriers to TD coordination include: · The administrative encumbrance of Medicaid, including prior authorization and attempts to collect co-pay. · Rules of the program are interpreted differently by those involved. GOALS AND OSJECTNES The mission of the Collier County Local Coordinating Board is To carry out a coordinated and comprehensive approach to planning, developing, and providing transportation services that meet the needs of transportation disadvantaged persons. .. CA T's mission is To identify and safely meet the transportation needs of Collier County, through a courteous, dependable, cost effective and environmentally sound team commitment. I I I I I I I In order to carry out these missions, the following goals and objectives have been adopted: GOAL 1: Implement a fully coordinated transportation system Obiective 1.1 Maximize coordination with public and private agencies and other transportation operators Obiective 1.2 Coordinate efforts with Collier Area Transit Obiective 1.3 Con:municate and coordinate with other counties to promote ride-sharing practices and transportation arrangements ~ 24 2006 TDSP Update I I l- I I I I I I I r- I I I I I I I L I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 52 of 120 GOAL 2: Provide an efficient and effective coordinated transportation service Obiective 2.1 Increase effective use of transportation service Obiective 2.2 Consistently provide on-time service Obiective 2.3 Track and improve call-hold time Obiective 2.4 Maximize effective transfer of individuals to the fixed-route system GOAL 3: Distribute information on Paratransit services Obiective 3.1 Maximize accessibility of service information Obiective 3.2 Need to utilize the Internet to provide information regarding paratransit services to the maximum extent feasible. Obiective 3.3 . Provision of a "Rider's Guide" to paratransit patrons covering the paratransit services offered (ADA, TD and Medicaid). GOAL 4: Operate a safe transportation system Obiective 4.1 Ensure that services are provided in accordance with CTD and FDOT standards and recommendations GOAL 5: Provide quality transportation services Obiective 5.1 Maximize accountability of service providers 2006 TDSP Update 25 Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 53 of 120 GOAL 6: Secure funding necessary to meet above stated goals Obiective 6.1 Explore all and any sources of funding to meet future goals of provision of service IMPLEMENTATION PLAN Three-Year Transportation Disadvantaged Improvement Program Collier County's Implementation Plan is to continue with its program of providing service with modern, clean, and efficient vehicles and equipment by utilizing ongoing upgrades and replacements within available funding capacity. Specific capital projects and activities are listed in the implementation schedule. If a paratransit trip has an origin and destination within the fixed-route, it will be necessary for the passenger to use the fixed-route, unless that patron is unable to utilize the system. This supports and emphasizes the use of fixed-route bus passes and tickets. Shifting trips to the fixed-route system will help increase capacity on the paratransit system, and reduce trip costs within the coordinated system. Table 15 provides an overview of an implementation schedule to meet the above-stated goals. Most tasks and actions should occur on an ongoing basis and are indicated as such. 26 2006 TDSP Update I 1 I I I I I I I , J I I I I I I I 4 I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 54 of 120 t- I Table 15 Implementation Schedule I Goal Improvement Due Date Goal 1 : Implement a fully Upgrade to Route Match software for trip coordination. Completed 1/06 coordinated transportation system Increase fixed-route utilization rate by two percent. Ongoing On April 3, 2006, Collier Area Transit increased frequency on Route 5 (The Immokalee Shuttle), and changed the routing for Route 8 (The Immokalee Circulator). These changes have allowed for Medicaid passengers who are able to use Fixed Route to transfer from Paratransit to Fixed Route. Merge transit / paratransit operations in one CAT facility. Completed 10105 Goal 2: Provide an efficient and Increase number of transportation providers as needed to Ongoing effective coordinated provide efficient service. transportation system On October 1, 2005, Collier Area paraTransit increased in the number of subcontractors in the paratransit program from one provider to four. Discussions with other vendors are continuing to add additional subcontractors as the needs of the program grow. Adopt coordination efforts as new providers are added. Ongoing Collier Area paraTransit began the recertification process I of all paratransit passengers in March of 2006. It is I Ongoing expected this process will take up to a year to complete. Collier Area paraTransit began the program with a I database in October of 2005 of approximately 7500 passengers. After database clean up, and transitioning the database from Mobility Master to Route Match in January of 2006, Collier Area paraTransit now has a I database of approximately 2,254 paratransit passengers. Continue to apply for FDOT 5310 funds for replacement I vehicles annually. Ongoing Collier County received notice in March of 2006 that 5310 funding for two vehicles had been awarded. These vehicles will be delivered in the Fall of 2006. I I Coordinate with Lee County providers regarding provision I I of intercounty trips. i Ongoing I I I I I r- I I I I I Enforce cancellation/no-show policies. I Ongoing Enforce policies regarding co-pays for trips. Ongoing I Pursuance of alternative sources of funding to provide additional trips and additional vehicles. Onooin I I 2006 TDSP Update 27 Agenda Item No. 16810 I January 9, 2007 Page 55 of 120 Goal 3: Distribute information on Assess the need for User Guides in Spanish and Creole. Ongoing Paratransit (ADA, TD, Medicaid) Spanish completed services Collier Area paraTransit implemented Applications and 10/05 User Guides in Spanish and English. Ongoing Continue to offer Paratransit Services information accessible on website. Ongoing Adhere to the components of ride guide regarding cancellation/no-show and co-pay policies. Goal 4: Operate a safe Develop an annual safety in-service training for drivers Ongoing transportation system and dispatchers. Collier Area paraTransit conducts training for all subcontractors at no cost on wheelchair tie downs, Ongoing passenger sensitivity and defensive driving. In addition, Collier Area paraTransit provides training material for subcontractors on Substance Abuse, Blood Borne Pathogens, CPR! First Aid and other subjects related to paratransit operations. System Safety Reviews of contractors biannually, and after any accident with fatality, major injury or major loss Ongoing of vehicle. Collier Area paraTransit continues to monitor and inspect subcontractor vehicles, and personnel files for required drug testing, background checks, and mandatory training. Continuous review of training, mandatory annual training Ongoing and best practices. Collier Area paraTransit continues to review and upgrade the paratransit training program as needed. In July of 2006, training with a DVD on the Ten Commandments of I Communicating with Passengers with Disabilities was I added to the program, and additional equipment to train I drivers on wheelchair tie downs was added in August of I I 2006 i 1 I I I I I I I , I I Goal 5: Provide quality transportation services Strictly enforce monetary penalties for failure to provide adequate service. Ongoing I Expand number of providers as needed to provide quality service. On October 1, 2005, Collier Area paraTransit increased in the number of subcontractors in the paratransit program from one provider to four. Discussions with other vendors are continuing to add additional subcontractors as the needs of the program grow. Ongoing I I Monitor equipment, vehicles and replace as needed. All Collier County Paratransit vehicles are inspected on an operational daily basis. Ongoing I Goal 6: Secure funding necessary to meet above stated goals Develop contacts with agencies that provide or coordinate transportation services to transportation disadvantaged eligible residents to determine options for future Gost sharing of trips Ongoing I J 28 2006 TDSP Update I I t- I I I I I I I p- I I I I I I I L I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 56 of 120 II. SERVICE PLAN OPERATIONS ELEMENT Types, Hours and Days of Service The Collier County CTC provides two types of transportation services to the public - a fixed-route system and paratransit service. Some paratransit service is offered curb to curb (ADA), while TO/Medicaid service is offered door to door. The fixed-route system operates nine routes, six days a week (Monday through Saturday), between approximately 4:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. (specific times vary by route). Service is provided between Immokalee and Naples eight times daily and express service between Immokalee and Marco Island is provided with one trip in the morning and a return trip in the evening, functioning as the Marco Circulator Route between the express service runs. All buses are air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible, and equipped with racks for bicycle storage. Medicaid service for those eligible TO clients is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day. TD and ADA service is provided during the hours when fixed route service runs. All paratransit service is provided by contracted operators. Drivers will assist anyone who appears to need assistance, especially the frail, elderly, and those who are mentally or physically disabled. Drivers will not go into a home and cannot go to rooms of nursing homes or hospitals, due to time constraints and liability issues. Office hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. After hours calls are forwarded to one of the contracted carriers who provide service 24 hours a day. Nearly all trips have an origin and destination within Collier County; however, out-of-County trips are provided for Medicaid clients. Accessing Services Calls for reservations come into a central reservations office at CAT offices. All users of the system are in a central database in the computer system. Passengers call the central reservations number to schedule an appointment. Calls for reservations are generally taken until 2:00 p,m. the day before service is desired; however, reservations may be made after that time, as circumstances dictate. During the slow summer months, there is more of a possibility of taking calls after the published cut-off times. Operator manifests are distributed to the operators by 5:00 p.m. the day before the scheduled trips. 2006 TDSP Update 29 Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 57 of 120 I , I I I I I I I Eligibility Individuals in Collier County can be eligible for paratransit services under three distinctive programs: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Transportation Disadvantaged (TD) or Medicaid. ADA trips are provided to individuals who reside within % mile of an established bus route, but cannot use CA T's regular fixed route service because of a disability. TD trips are provided for individuals located in areas where fixed route service is not available and have no other means of transportation. Transportation availability in the household may eliminate eligibility for TO trips. Medicaid trips are provided for those persons who cannot travel by fixed route and have no other means of transportation. As with the TO program, transportation availability in the household my eliminate eligibility for Medicaid trips. Medicaid sponsored trips are subject to Medicaid verification. People who meet the definition of Transportation Disadvantaged and meet income criteria and have no other means of transportation may qualify for sponsorship from the Transportation Disadvantaged Trust Fund. Those seeking sponsorship from the Trip/Equipment Grant will be asked to complete an application. ~ ; It should be noted that ADA trips are not included in the Prioritization process. ADA eligible trips are provided without prioritization and cannot be denied. I I I I I I I Prioritiz ation Coordinated Trips that are funded by the Transportation Disadvantaged Trust Fund are managed by the Community Transportation Coordinator, (CTC) according to the LCB's Prioritization Policy. The Policy ranks certain trip purposes in a priority order, and has a co-pay, based upon the passenger's income. (See Rate and Fare Structure in Section IV for a detailed explanation of co- payment/fare determination.) Funding is allocated according to a monthly spending plan. Trips are provided based on trip efficiency, seating availability, and available funding. There may be times when the CTC cannot provide every trip requested. Passengers may be asked if they could take their trip on a different day, when there may be more availability. The CTC has been directed to impose performance measures on all trip requests. Table 16 provides the trip purpose prioritization criteria used in Collier County. 4 30 2006 TDSP Update I I 1-' Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 58 of 120 I I I I I Medical trips have the highest priority for trip scheduling. These trips include any type of medical appointment as defined in the table below. Following medical trips, employment trips and nutritional trips (including food shopping trips) receive the next highest priority. Recreational trips can be accommodated if there is trip availability. Recreational trips are defined as any non-medical, employment and/or nutritional type trips. Recreational trips include the following type of activities: sports I libraries, theaters, banking, NON-FOOD shopping trips, personal appointments, legal appointments, etc., (please note this list is not exhaustive). Table 16 Trip Purpose Prioritization I I r- I . Prio rit)' Trip Purpose-,. Categories and Definitions MEDICAL - medical, dental, or therapeutic services including hospital appointments; clinic 1 visits; dialysis; health department; speech, occupational, physical therapies; psychiatric, psychological services. EMPLOYMENT -- work or employment training education such as JPTA, Job Service and 2 vocational technical schools a. Permanent disability employment trips b. Elderly or Low Income employment trips 3 NUTRITIONAL -- adult congregate meal programs, breakfast programs, food stamp procurement and food shopping trips. GROUP RECREATION for Disabled Passengers -- Group trips booked through a single 4 reservation request for non-essential, non-employment related activities such as: bowling, bingo, beach, parks, restaurants, libraries, or theaters. A group is defined as a minimum of four (4) passengers having either the same trip origination or destination. SOCIAL for agency-related activity -- Support services such as those through Department of 5 Children and Families, Depl. of Vocational Rehabilitation, mental health centers, churches. senior citizen programs, this includes civic responsibilities (govemmental services, voting), but excludes nutritional programs. GROUP RECREATION for elderly or low-income passengers -- Group trips booked through 6 a single reservation request for non-essential, non-employment related activities such as: bowling, bingo, beach, parks, restaurants, libraries, theaters. A group is defined as a minimum of four (4) passengers having either the same trip origination or destination. PERSONAL BUSINESS n non-agency activities essential to maintenance of independence 7 including banking, shopping (nonfood shopping), legal appointments, etc. a. Disabled, elderly or low income b. Trips for persons with a self-created transportation hardship I I I I I I I I Transportation Operators Collier County is a complete brokerage system contracting with four transportation operators for provision of service. Table 17 lists operators currently under contract. 2006 TDSP Update 31 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 59 of 120 Caring for Kids New Pelican Transportation TLC Transportation Lyons Transportation Gabe Tejerina Cheryl Blank Ricardo Hoyos Pearl Lyons A,W A A,W,S A,W All All All All I , I I I I Table 17 Contract Providers ~;:~~~:'~~;t~,ib~~~~.&~;:':j'~ ;:,: ~\,~~~~~~d. A = Ambulatory; W = Wheelchair; S = Stretcher Public Transit Utilization System Safety Program Plan Certification I I I , I I I I Public transit utilization is an integral part of the overall CTC network. All ADA, TD and Medicaid clients whose origin and destination are within the fixed route service area are required to use the fixed-route as their primary mode of transportation unless required documentation is received and approved. School Bus Utilization At this time, no contracted providers utilize school buses for the provision of TO trips. Vehicle Inventory Appendix B contains the fleet inventory for all vehicles used in the Collier County coordinated system, Appendix C contains the System Safety Program Plan Certification. Intercounty Services 32 2006 TDSP Update I I I J I At this time, there are no intercounty service agreements in effect. However, the CTC and CAT are open to investigating the possibility of intercounty coordination with Lee County in order to increase efficiency. A working group with transit/paratransit representatives from both Collier and Lee Counties meet quarterly. LeB members have indicated a need for coordinated service between Collier County and the Bonita Springs area is southern Lee County. I l- I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I (- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 60 of 120 Natural DisasterJ Emergency Preparedness The CTC participates with the Collier County Emergency Management Department regarding disaster/emergency preparedness. A copy of the Collier County Comprehensive Plan's Emergency Procedures (CEMP) is attached in the appendices. As noted in the CEMP, thus far, all special needs persons have been identified and a plan for evacuation exists. The plan is to identify all persons with special needs so that in the event of an evacuation, the CTC will print out a list of passengers. That list will be used as a run sheet for the operators. CAT partners with the Emergency Management Department by providing a shuttle to a designated hurricane shelter from the transit transfer center. All transit passengers are thus provided transportation to a hurricane shelter by accessing any transit route in Collier County. Marketing CAT management attends many interagency meetings in order to educate a myriad of potential users and sponsoring agencies. There are brochures/rider guides distributed to social service agencies, doctors' offices, and new riders describing the transportation services. Speaking requests are never refused. Contact information is on the side of all vehicles in the coordinated system. Acceptable Alternatives When a purchasing agency has a transportation need that cannot be met by existing coordination efforts, a system is in place to arrange coordination with the agency in an effort to meet their extenuating circumstances. 2006 TDSP Update 33 Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 61 of 120 III. QUALITY ASSURANCE SERVICE STANDARDS It should be noted that the Collier County LCB adopted a Transportation Disadvantaged User Guide in September 2005. It outlines the operations and standards of the paratransit program in Collier County. The complete guide is provided in Appendix D. Drug and Alcohol Testing Besides the Federal Transit Administration (FT A) Drug Program, the CTC maintains a Drug Free Workplace. All safety sensitive job positions comply with the pre-employment, randomization, post- accident, and reasonable suspicion testing requirements of the FTA. Driver Identification Drivers are required to announce and identify themselves by name and company in a manner that is conducive to communications with specific passengers, upon pickup except in situations where the driver regularly transports the rider on a recurring basis. All drivers are to have a name badge displayed at all times when transporting passengers. Drivers also have business cards that can be distributed to passengers. Seating Vehicle seating should not exceed the manufacturer's recommended capacity. Passenger Loading Assistance All drivers shall provide the passenger with boarding assistance, if necessary or requested, to the seating portion of the vehicle. The boarding assistance shall include opening the vehicle door, fastening the seat belt or utilization of wheelchair securement devices, storage of mobility assistive devices, and closing the vehicle door. Passengers, especially frail and elderly andl or disabled, shall be assisted from the door of their pick up point to the door of their destination. Other assistance may be provided except in situations in which providing assistance would not be safe for passengers remaining on the vehicle. Assisted access must be in a dignified manner. Drivers may not assist passengers in wheelchairs more than one step up or down. Smoking, Drinking and Eating There will be no smoking on any vehicles in the coordinated system. Eating and drinking on board the vehicle is prohibited. 34 2006 TDSP Update I , I I I I I I I ~ I I I I I I I ) I I t-' I I I I I I I r- I I I I I I I ""'"'''''' L I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 62 of 120 Passenger Property Passengers will be allowed to bring up to four shopping bags onto the vehicle. Bags must fit under the passenger's seat, and/or on their lap. Child Restraints All passengers under the age of 5 and/or fewer than 50 pounds will be required to use a child restraint device. This device will be provided by the parent or sponsoring agency. Local Toll-Free Number The local toll-free phone number will be included in the complaint process. The toll free number is 1-800-392-1418. This number will be posted on the right visor of all vehicles with numbers three inches high. The CTC will also explore other methods to communicate the phone numbers to passengers. Consumer Comments/Complaints There shall be no more than two complaints per 1,000 trips. The LCB should evaluate the CTe based upon the nLiA1ber of complaints that are resolved, versus unresolved. Any noticeable increase in the number of complaints as recorded in the quarterly report should be discussed by the LCB. Escorts and Children Children under age 12 or individuals requiring special assistance will be required to be accompanied by one escort. The escort must be an adult and must be able to provide necessary assistance to the passenger. Waivers may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Transfer Points Vehicle transfer points will be located in a safe, secure place. Passenger/Trip Database The CTC management entity will collect and store in a database the name, phone number, address, funding source, eligibility, and special requirements of each passenger. Billing All payments shall be paid to subcontractors within seven calendar days after receipt of payment by the CTC. 2006 TDSP Update 35 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 63 of 120 Contract Monitoring The CTC will perform ongoing monitoring and an annual evaluation of the contracted operators according to the LCS's evaluation process, using applicable portions of the evaluation materials. Passenger No-Shows The Collier County LCB adopted an official "No-Show I Late Cancellation Policy in September 2005. The entire document is presented in Appendix D. All scheduled trips (reservations) must be cancelled at least 24 hours prior to the reservation date in order to avoid a penalty. The first violation in a 3D-day period calls for a warning. Additional violations will result in suspension of service. Passengers, sponsoring lIQencies and the TOLCS will be notified of incident of suspension of service. Three cancellations and/or no-shows in a 3D-day period are equal to one offense. Pursuantto Medicaid policy, Medicaid passengers may be suspended, but Medicaid will not pay for no-shows or cancelled trips. Disciplinary Suspension of Service First Offense (within 12 months): 1 D-day suspension (Mon-Fri, including Sat), generally reflecting two-week suspension. Second otlense (within 12 months): 15-day suspension (days as noted above), generally reflecting three-week suspension. Third Offense (within 12 months): 3D-day suspension (days as noted above), generally reflecting six-week suspension. Fourth Offense (within 12 months): Six month block suspension (example: July 1 through December 31). 36 2006 TDSP Update I 1 I I I I I I I , I I I I I I I ~ I I l- I I I I I I I p- I I I I I I I l- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 64 of 120 Training All drivers will be annually certified in First Aid. All drivers will be certified every two years in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Vehicle Cleanliness The interior of all vehicles shall be free from dirt, grime, oil, trash, torn upholstery, damaged or broken seats, protruding metal or other objects or materials which could soil items placed in the vehicle or provide discomfort for the passenger. All vehicles shall be cleaned (interior and exterior) on a regular schedule. Out-of-Service-Area Trips The CTC will provide out-of-service-area trips on weekdays for medical reasons, on a case-by-case basis, dependent upon funding availability and required documentation. Vehicle Equipment All vehicles will be equipped with mo-way communication devices. All vehicles in the coordinated system shall have working air conditioning and heating. Vehicles that do not have a working air conditioner and/or heater will be scheduled for repair or replacement within five days. Should a vehicle incur a problem I it will be repaired as soon as possible. The owner/operator is responsible for its repair. The priority is that the CTC provides transportation. If a vehicle's air conditioning or heating is not functioning properly, and, if there are no other vehicles available, the passengers will be transported I rather than canceling a trip. Passengers with health conditions affected by air conditioning or lack thereof will be notified if their vehicle's air conditioning is not working, and the passenger will be given an opportunity to decide whether or not to take the trip. Pick-Up Window Passengers are not given a set pick-up time. Instead, they are told to be ready for their ride to arrive from between one to two hours before their appointment time. This window is dependent on the pick-up and drop-off points and whether they lie in the Naples Service Area, Golden Gate Estates or Immokalee Service Areas. The one to two hour windows are inclusive of travel time between pick-up and drop-off. The CTC may negotiate special pick-up arrangements with the customer, in advance, as the situation dictates. 2006 TOSP Update 37 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 65 of 120 All return trips are also scheduled in advance. The pick-up process for return trips is the same as for the originating trip. Depending on location it may be a one hour window or two hour window, General expectations are that travel within the core Naples area will be within the one hour window and between the Naples area and the Golden Gate Estatesllmmokalee area a two hour window. On-Time Performance The eTe will have a 90% on-time performance rate for all completed trips. The CTC will report on- time performance at all LCB meetings. Ride Time The CTe will make every effort to abide by funding agencies' stated ride times. In situations where it becomes apparent that the ride time will exceed one hour, or two hours for the Golden Gate Estates/lmmokalee area (i.e. accidents and vehicular breakdowns), the CTC will make every effort to contact the families of the passengers. Advance Reservations Reservations are taken a day in advance up until 2 p.m. the business day prior to the trip request. Passengers with an urgent need to travel should call the CTC. Same day trip requests cannot be guaranteed, however, the CTC will attempt to accommodate the request. Background Checks All drivers in the coordinated system must have a favorable background from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement ("favorable" according to the Department of Children and Families policies and procedures). Public Transit Utilization There shall be a two percent utilization of coordinated trips on the fixed-route system. Accidents There should be no more than of 1.2 accidents per 100,000 miles. Roadcalls There should be no less than 10,000 miles between each roadcall. Call-Hold All calls should be answered within three rings, and maximum hold time shall be two minutes. 38 2006 TDSP Update I , I I I I I I I ~ I I I I I I I .. I I J- I I I I I I I r- I I I I I I I -.- ~ I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 66 of 120 Service Effectiveness The CTC shall attempt to: 1. Increase the number of passenger trips per vehicle hour 2. Maintain the cost per passenger trip 3. Maintain the cost per vehicle hour GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE The adopted grievance procedure for Collier County is set forth in Appendix D. Ev ALUA TION PROCESS CTC Evaluation Process An annual evaluation of the Collier County CTC is conducted by the LCB Evaluation Subcommittee, based on the Standards, Goals, and Objectives contained within the local TDSP and using the Evaluation Workbook of the CTD. The Evaluation Subcommittee may also conduct surveys and interviews as part of the evaluation process. For information regarding monitoring and evaluation of operators and coordination contracts, see Section III, Service Standards. 2006 TDSP Update 39 Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 67 of 120 I , I I I I I I I IV. COST/REVENUE ALLOCATION AND FARE STRUCTURE JUSTIFICATION COST REVENUE ALLOCATION The rate structure is based on the type of trip and geographic zones in the service area. Trips for individuals are the most costly, with centralized and subscription group trips costing less. Appendix E contains the Cost Effectiveness and Efficiency worksheets from the most recent CTC evaluation. RATE AND FARE STRUCTURE Paratransit- TO-Medicaid Ambulatory Random Trip Ambulatory Group Trip Wheelchair Random Trip Wheelchair Group Trip Stretcher Trip Hourly Rate Out of Area Trip (Medicaid Only) Escort Collier Area Transit CA T full-fare one-way ticket CAT full-fare one-way ticket Marco Express CAT reduced fare one-way ticket CAT reduced fare one-way ticket Marco Express CAT full-fare 31-day pass CAT full-fare 31-day pass Marco Express CAT reduced fare 31-day pass CAT reduced fare 31-day pass Marco Express CAT all day pass CAT all day reduced pass Passenger Co-Pay (Fare) $17.75 $15.00 $27.50 $27.50 $28.50 + $1.50/mile $45.00 Base Rate - $12.50 + $1.50/mile $5.00 ~ .J $1.25 $2.50 $0.60 $1.20 $35.00 $70.00 $17.50 $35.00 $4.00 $2.00 I I I I I I I The co-pay is determined by which transportation program the trip is conducted under. ADA, TD and Medicaid programs all require different co-pays as outlined below. ADA Program Co-Pay Those individuals who reside within % mile of an established bus route, but cannot use CA T's regular fixed-route service because of a disability. The fare for this service is $2.00 for a one-way curb-to-curb trip. 40 . 2006 TDSP Update I I J- I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I r I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 68 of 120 Transportation Disadvantaged Co-Pay Includes qualifying individuals located in areas where fixed route service is not available and who have no other means of transportation. Transportation availability in the household may eliminate eligibility. The fare for TD trips is based on an income scale. The fare is $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 or $6.00, per one way trip. The current TD co-pay rates are presented in Table 18 below. Table 18 2005 Passenger Co-Pay Rates Passenger;. ,Passenge~. pays $4.oli ,'pays $6.00 if ,;,. ..' if"~~;X~:c . ef1or;~u!hofd . . household,. ::income'ls: iricom~'ir' ::~.~.~?;.~~~.~ ~,~ :;'~~~'_",:'~<,:~~:1,:,?:,\y> ' '.' t~371)~fot " 226%'lC) "'thepoverfy. ,337%'~ ".e Level ., , of the .... Poverty:., , Lever;; $ 9,570 $9,570 $9,571- $14,356- $21,534- $32,252+ $14,355 $21,533 $32,251 2 $12,830 $12.830 $12,831- $19,246- $28,869- $43,238+ $19,245 $28,868 $43,237 3 $16,090 $16,090 $16,091- $24,136- $36,204- $54,234+ $24,135 $36,203 $54,223 4 $19,350 $19,350 $19,351- $29,026- $43,539- $65,211+ $29,025 $43,538 $65,210 5 $22,610 $22,610 $22,611- $33,916- $50,874- $76,197+ $33,915 $50,873 $76,196 6 $25,870 $25,870 $25,871- $38,806- $58,209- $87,183+ $38,805 $58,208 $87,182 7 $29.130 $29,130 $29,131- $43,696- $65,644- $98,169+ $43,695 $65,643 $98,16B 8 $32.390 $32,390 $32,391- $48,586- $72,879- $109,155+ $48,585 $72,878 $109,154 Source: 2005 Federal Poverty Guidelines, as published 18 Feb. 2005 in the Federal Register 2006 TDSP Update 41 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 69 of 120 V. PEER AND TREND ANALYSIS CTC TREND ANALYSIS A trend analysis was completed to compare the performance of the Collier County CTC over time. The purpose of the analysis is to examine the performance of the CTC over the past five fiscal years. The trend comparison analyzed data for fiscal years 2000 through 2004. Table 19 shows the performance indicators and measures for each of the five fiscal years. This trend analysis represents a combined set of statistics for all TD transportation services coordinated through the CTC, including TD and Medicaid paratransit, and subscription service. Fixed-route service in Collier County began in the Spring of 2001. The first measure shown in Table 19 is total passenger trips, which includes all passenger trips provided or coordinated by the CTC. The number of total trips has increased incrementally during the trend period. This is a positive change from the last TDSP in 2002, when total trips had decreased by 45 percent during the fiscal years 1997-2001. Total vehicle miles and total revenue miles have increased during the trend, as well. From FY 2000 to FY 2004, total vehicle miles increased by 14 percent, whereas total revenue miles increased by nearly 13 percent. With the increase in passenger trips over the trend period, this result makes sense. Vehicle miles per paratransit passenger trips could be assumed to represent the average trip length of paratransit trips provided under the coordinated system in Collier County. This trend has decreased steadily over the five-year period. 43 2006 TDSP Update Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 70 of 120 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Table 19 Trend Analysis for Collier County CTC Measure FY 2000 FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 0/0 Change . (2000-2004) Total Passenger Trips 90,692 108,815 117,724 122,028 142,351 +56.9% Total Vehicle Miles 1,159,722 1,260,486 1,251,412 1,327,845 1,324,316 +14.2% Tolal Revenue Miles 1,031,283 1,125,704 1,132,666 1,172,986 1,169,290 +13.4% Vehicle Miles per Paralransit 12.79 11.58 10.63 10.88 9.30 -27.3% Passenger Trip Operating Expense per Paralransil $17.86 $14.62 $14.25 $17.40 $12.76 -28.6% Passenger Trip Operating Expense per Vehicle Mile $1.40 $1.26 $1.34 $1.59 $1.35 -3.6% Accidents per 100,000 Vehicle Miles 0.43 DAD 0.72 0.53 0.91 +111.6% Vehicle Miles between Roadcalls 26.970 23,783 22,347 36,885 30,098 +11.6% Percentage of Local Revenue Per 37.53% 41.92% 20.56% 23.94% 24.28% -35.3% Total Revenue) Sourr:;e: Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged: Annual Performance Reports, 2000-2004. The next two measures in Table 19 measure the cost efficiency of the services provided and coordinated by the CTC. Operating expense per paratransit passenger trip has experienced a 28 percent decrease, from $17.86 in FY 2000 to $12.76 in FY 2004. This is to be expected, given the decrease in vehicle miles per passenger trip. In contrast, operating expense per vehicle mile has decreased by just 3 percent over the period. Quality of service and safety measures are also included in Table 19. The accidents per 100,000 vehicle miles item measures a transportation system's safety. Unfortunately the trend has been for accidents to increase over the five-year period. However, the accident rate has remained lower than the 1.2 accidents per 100,000 miles standard that appears in the TDSP. The quality of service measure that is included in Table 19 is vehicle miles between roadcalls (or service interruptions). Quality of Service in Collier County has fluctuated over the five-year trend period, but has increased by almost 12 percent from FY 2000 to FY 2004. Finally, the measure related to local revenue collected within the coordinated system has decreased by almost 36 percent over the five-year trend period. During FY 2001, local revenue was at its highest rate (41.92%), whereas FY 2003 shows the lowest percentage of local contribution (nearly 24%). 44 2006 TDSP Update I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 71 of 120 These trends illustrate the performance of the CTC over a five-year trend period. Many factors and policies can affect these numbers; as such, they are presented for information purposes only. CTC PEER REVIEW ANALYSIS In this section, demographic characteristics of Collier County are compared to those of peer Community Transportation Coordinators in Florida. In addition to a comparison of demographic characteristics, the review will compare performance measures within the Transportation Disadvantaged program. Collier is compared to its CTe peers, which were selected based on its similarity with peers in the following five categories: . Demographic characteristics . System size (measured in terms of annual TD ridership) . Operating environment (urban or rural service area designation) . Organiz.ation type (transit agency, government, private non-profit, or private for-profit) . Network type (sole provider, partial brokerage, or complete brokerage). According to the Evaluation Workbook for Community Transportation Coordinators and Providers in Florida, prepared by CUTR, the Collier County CTC is categorized as a "size 4" system (100,000- 199,999 annual one-way passenger trips) that operates in an urban service area (contains an urbanized area, with a population of over 50,000), is organized as a governmental entity, and coordinated TD trips as a complete brokerage. The three counties that were selected for the Collier County CTC peer review include: A\achua, Martin and Okaloosa. Although these CTCs are not identical to Collier, they generally share similar demographic and systemic characteristics, as shown in Table 20. All three peer CTCs operate in urban service areas. Two of the peer CTCs are organized as private non-profit entities (Martin and Okaloosa);. each peer coordinated trips differently during the reporting period. Alachua is a complete brokerage, Martin is a sole source provider, and Okaloosa is a partial brokerage. Collier operated as a governmental entity and brokered all trips. Comparative Demographics Table 20 contains information for each of the peer counties on total population, potential transportation disadvantaged population, population density, median age, and per capita personal income. As shown in Table 20, Collier County is above the peer group mean in total population, 45 2006 TDSP Update Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 72 of 120 I I I I I I I I I I I potential TD population, total square miles, median age, and per capita personal income. Collier is below the mean in population density, which means they have more miles to serve, with less population concentration, reducing opportunities for multi-loading. Table 20 Demographics of Peer CTCs Characteristic AJachua Martin Okaloosa Mean Collier ... .~ Total Population (2004)1 223,578 135,122 178,104 178,935 286,634 Potential TD Population' 83,707 57,550 49,837 63,698 103,718 Total Square Miles 969 677 996 881 2,115 Population Density I 231 200 179 203 136 (Pop/Sq. Mile) Median Age (2000)2 29.0 47.3 36.1 37.5 44.1 Per Capita Personallncome3 $24.507 $40,186 $26,501 $30,398 $40,121 'From 2001 Annual Perfonnance Report prepared by the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged, based on forecasts using Methodology Guidelines for Forecasting TD Transportation Demand at the County Level 2 US Census Data, 2000 3Sureau of Economic Analysis, www.bea.doc.aovlbea/reaional/data.htm Comparative Performance Performance measures for FY 2004 were calculated for Collier and each of its peer CTCs and are shown in Table 21. In general, Collier provides, on average, fewer total passenger trips and fewer trips per TD capita than its CTe peers. 2006 TDSP Update I I I I I I I I However, Collier's vehicle miles per passenger trip is 32 percent greater than its peers. However, its cost per paratransit passenger trip is below the peer mean and its operating expense per vehicle mile is less than the peer group mean, and is the lowest in the peer group. In terms of.safety and quality of service, Collier County's measure for accidents per 100,000 vehicle miles is 30% higher than the mean, and its vehicle miles between road calls was lower than the mean, indicating a lower number of roadcalls. Collier ranked highest among its peers and nearly twice the peer group mean for local government revenue ratio (local government revenue divided by total operating expense), indicating a high degree of local government commitment to Collier County's TD service. 46 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 73 of 120 Table 21 Performance Measures for Peer CTCs (FY 2004) . Measure Alachua Martin Okaloosa Mean Collier Passenger Trips 184,200 151,854 164,946 167,000 142,351 Passenger Trips per TO Capita 2.2 2.7 3.0 2.6 1.4 Vehicle Miles per Passenger Trip 9.6 4.9 6.5 7.0 9.3 Operating Expense per $15.08 $13.86 $10.30 $13.08 $12.74 Paratransit Passenger Trip Operating Expense per $1.55 $2.82 $1.59 $1.99 $1.35 Vehicle Mile Accidents per 100,000 1.36 0.54 I 0.19 0.70 0.91 Vehicle Miles Vehicle Miles between Roadcal1s I not 6,732 \ 82,209 44,471 30,098 reported Local Govt. Revenue Ratio \ 14.7% 19.6% \ 4.3% 12.9% \ 24.3% CONCLUSIONS Overall, the peer comparison reveals that Collier is performing well among the CTC peer group. While offering less passenger trips, Collier County spends less than the peer average to deliver service, and costs less on a per mile basis than its peers. While the accident rate is slightly higher in comparison to the peer group, it is still below the adopted standard of 1.2 accidents per 100,000 miles. 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Y Y Y Y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Seats and WC Positions Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 77 of 120 Expected Retire Date 12/2 12/2 12/2 12/2 1212 12/2 16/2 9/1 9/1 9/1 911 16/2 16/2 16/2 16/2 16/2 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 I 2008 2008 I 2008 2008 Funding Current Source MileaQe I FOOT 241.099 FOOT . 243.759 FOOT 253.600 FOOT 249,751 I FOOT 193,601 I ------; FOOT I 203.485 COUNTY 1145.108 FOOT 1161.335 I FOOT 135.448 I FOOT 146.334 : FOOT ~9.703J FOOT I 107.802 ii' FOOT I 99,440 COUNTY 51.534 I FDOT l 23.877 i COUNTY i 32.353 I FOOT I 28.484 FOOT I 21.036 i FOOT 21.259 2009 I 2009 2009 2012 2012 2012 16/2 16/2 16/2 I 2012 2012 I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 78 of 120 t-, I I System Safety Plan Certification I I BUS TRANSIT SYSTEM I I ANNUAL SAFETY CERTIFICATION DATE: Mrat.r, FdInaary 13, 2Oll6 NAME: CaBIor A... Tru.l:it ADDJtJl'88: 2ge1 CcRat7 BanI.... NapJ., F'L .uU1 I [N ACCOKDANCE WITH F.LOII.IDA. STATVTE341.061. THE BUS TRANSIT SYS1'ItM NAMEP ABOVE HEREBY CER'l'D"IBS TO 'lEE lI'OLLOWING: 1) TlIoIIdDpIiaB of. S,slIiID SIIety ~...... (SSI'P) pmw.aDt to ftorida ~~ 01' Tn....Ipo..~ JIIhty........ * tort!l m a.Ie CIIiIpler 1"-'0. ~ ~... Code. 'nil P\"OCI'1UlI 'lrtll1IIcbIde tile l'IqlIilwl SieaIrit.r Progwn PIa bI be ill p1llce by Jul1201i. %) CompJiIuIce 'WIIll..... .....,. .......... tI> the SSPP. l- I ~ ~~2(7 __do__---- N.-~ I I TIlle: c-..l MI. Colier Ara TnoaIlt I w- ad A~ or entItyf..) "OIbIdI (haft) pee""....d Jal'ety bl.tpeaions: I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 79 of 120 I I . Level Four: Individuals who possess and exhibit appropriate residency documentation shall be determined "priority class parties." Priority Class parties will be given a reasonable time to return to their property (home or business) to survey damage and secure the property. Collier County has adopted a color-coded reentry sticker identification system in order to accelerate the reentry process once it has been determined that it is safe to do so. I I . Level Five: Complete accessibility shall be restored as soon as practicable. I 4. Sheltering (See ESF 6) - a. Storm Surge Vulnerability Storm surge areas are assessed using the SLOSH models. See Figure 18, Landfalling Storm Surge, for communities whose boundaries closely approximate SLOSH zones. Additionally, Figure 19, Special Flood Hazard Areas, shows the areas within the county prone to flooding due to heavy rains. I I I b. -Risk & Host Sheltering Figure 1 7, Hurricane Shelters, depicts County and American Red Cross shelters for evacuees from "at risk" areas. Three buildings, not listed or depicted, have been identified on Marco Island as host shelters for those seeking refuge from outside "risk areas". Please note that not all shelters will be opened. The Emergency Management Department, in consultation with the American Red Cross, will decide which shelters to open based on the characteristics of the stann and the community at risk. I I I I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I t- I I I I I I. I I-c I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 80 of 120 Collier Area Transit Transporlation Disadvantaged Program Grievance I Appeal Policy I Procedures Collier County Government's Transportation Department is the Community Transportation Coordinator for Collier County. Collier County's Alternative Modes of Transportation Department has directed that Collier Area Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged Program handle the responsibilities as the Community Transportation Coordinator for Collier County citizens. Under Collier Area Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged Program, the following programs are managed: ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act People who reside within % miles of a CAT bus route, have transportation that falls within CAT service schedule, but cannot access the bus system due to a disability. Transportation Disadvantaged (TO) People who reside in areas where the CAT bus routes are not available, and who have no other means of transportation. Medicaid Medicaid eligible people who cannot travel by the CAT bus routes, and have no other means of transportation. Agencies People whose trips are funded under a negotiated agency contract. As part of Collier Area Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged Program we determine program eligibility, provide management for the provision of service, and administer the Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board's No Show I Cancellation Policy. If you are not satisfied and lor disagree with a decision such as eligibility for a program, have a complaint on service delivery, or you disagree with a no-show I cancellation violation, you have an option filing a grievance or to request an appeal. ii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 81 of 120 The process to file a grievance, or to request appeals are as follows: STEP ONE: Contact the Superintendent of Paratransit. The Superintendent of Paratransit will investigate your concern and provide a response. Superintendent of Paratransit Collier Area Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged Program 2901 County Barn Road Naples, FL 32112 Telephone: Insert Telephone Fax: Insert Fax STEP TWO: Contact the General Manager of Collier Area Transit. The General Manager will review your case and provide you a written response. General Manager CollierArea Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged Program 2901 County Barn Road Naples, FL 32112 Telephone: 239-596-7777 Fax: 239-592-5763 STEP THREE: Contact the Collier County Transportation Department's Public Transportation Coordinator I Senior Planner. Public Transportation Coordinator I Senior Planner Collier County Transportation Department 2885 Horseshoe Drive South Naples, Florida 34104 Phone: 239.774.8192 (Front Desk) FAX: 239.213.5899 (Main Fax) E-Mail: AltTransModes@colliergov.net STEP FOUR: iii I J- I I I. Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 82 of 120 I Comprehensive Plan Emergency Procedures 1. Evacuation Evacuation zones and clearance times: Because ofthe unique threat posed by each tropical cyclone, there are no static evacuation zones. The storm surge map is a planning tool used to identiry vulnerability to the water threat by a certain level of tropical cyclone intensity and not an evacuation zone map. The Emergency Management Director makes his evacuation zone recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners to act upon. During tropical storm or hurricane events, all evacuation measures must be taken before the arrival of sustained tropical storm force winds, (Le., greater than 45 miles per hour), After that time power lines, trees, etc. will start faIIing. All public safety personnel will seek shelter at this time. a. Primary and Secondary Evacuation Routes - The primary evacuation routes out of the county are 1-75 and US-41 north and eastbound, CR 846 (Immokalee Road) and SR 29. The normal flow of traffic, under most circumstances, will not be changed if the decision to evacuate is issued with sufficient time. Using the Public Transportation System: At the time that either a voluntary or mandatory evacuation is made, Collier Area Transit (CA T) buses, supplemented by the Collier County Public School District bus fleet, wiII be used to help facilitate the general population evacuation. The evacuation buses wiII follow the nonnal CAT routes (depicted on the map below) and deposit passengers at the VoTecb Transfer Station to be shuttled to a designated shelter. Per special arrangements with the hotels and fIre departments in Ochopee and Immokalee, additional express bus services will be provided for the service industry workers who live in Irnmokalee and for the communities around lnunokalee and the communities near the intersection ofUS-41 and SR-29, including Everglades City. Evacuation bus services will cease with the arrival of the anticipated sustained winds of 30 miles per hour. When the weather conditions are safe after the departure of the storm, those shuttled to a shelter will be returned to the Transfer Station or community from which they came. I - 'I j- I I I I I I Figure 17, Hurricane Shelters b. Registration and Evacuation of People with Special Needs- The County maintains a registry of individuals who have special transportation and/or sheltering needs. The County's "Special Needs Shelter SOG" serves as guidance for the transportation and sheltering of special populations. Special Needs population I ('- evacuations have precedence using the Collier County Public School District bus fleet assets. c. The Collier County Emergency Management Department maintains a listing of mobile home parks and marinas. The most recent listings are updated in July of each year and are incorporated into this plan by reference (as are future updates). Mobile home park I Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 83 of 120 I and marina listings are maintained in the Directors office. These listings will be reviewed and updated prior to July 1 of each year. ~ d. Collier County has neither draw nor swing bridges. e. Re-entry: The incident commander or executive group, depending on the incident, will permit re-entry into an area according to the following guidelines: (1) No damages reported: Upon cancellation of all warnings and watches which include Collier County, and when no damage has been reported, re-entry will be authorized. (2) Substantial damages and/or injuries: After a countywide state of emergency which has resulted in substantial injury or harm to the population or substantial damage or loss of property, the evacuation order within those areas of Collier County that previously existed will be rescinded to the degree appropriate. An orderly return may be implemented in accordance with the levels and in order of priority as established below: . Level One: Search and rescue teams operating under ESF 9, fIre personnel operating under ESF 4, law enforcement personnel operating under ESF 16, transportation crews operating under ESF 1, utilities personnel operating under ESF-3, and Health under ESF-8. . Level Two: Damage assessment teams and elected officials dispatched under Rapid Impact Assessment, Rapid Response, ESF-8, and Recovery operations for the purpose of making preliminary determinations related to accessibility and safety hazards in the evacuated area(s). . Level Three: Clean-up teams, operating under ESFs listed above for the purpose of clearing and repairing roads, restoring utilities, and eliminating safety hazards to the degree necessary to allow re-entry to the evacuated area. I .1 I I I i I , I I I I I I I J I I Agenda Item No. 16810 . :.....................................~~'A~i.: ~ Collier Area paraTransit : I: · . User Guide : I: : . . I: : . CAT .. I : 239-596-7777 : . . I : RESERVATIONS : .. 239-649-0228 .. I: : . CUSTOMER SERVICE . I : 239-649-0228 : . . t-~ TOO : .; Florida Relay for ASCII : I . Callers - 1-800-955-1339 . . . . . I · RESERVATIONS FAX · : 239-592-5763 : I · · : THIS GUIDE IS AVAILABLE IN AN : I : ACCESSIBLE FORMAT UPON REQUEST : .. . I · · . . . . . . . I .. · .: Collier Area paraTransit's Mission is to Identify and Safely : I.. Meet the Transportation Needs of Collier County, Through a . .. . ... Courteous, Dependable, Cost Effective and Environmentally . 1"-: Sound Team Commitment. : + . I .. · . i . .............+....+~.......................... I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 85 of 120 INTRODUCTION Collier Area Paratransit program is a door-to-door shared-ride Paratransit Service. This service operates under the name of Collier Community Transportation, known as CeT. Since the service is provided from door-to-door, you must be on the ground floor to be picked up for your transportation. In addition, shared- ride means your trip could involve stopping to pick up or drop off other customers along the way. This special service is provided only for those individuals who cannot use CAT's regular fixed route bus service because of a disability or when fixed route service is not available in your area and you have no other means of transportation. To become qualified for this special service a completed application must be submitted to CAT for processing and determination of eligibility. When making a reservation for service, please keep in mind a local trip (within the same service area) can take up to one hour. Trips from one service area to another can take up to two hours. Who is eligible to use CAT's Collier Area Paratransit program? CAT is intended to serve a limited group of people, specifically those sponsored under the following: . Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Those individuals who reside within % mile of an established bus route, but cannot use CA T'S regular fixed route service because of a disability. The fare for this service is $2.00 for a one-way trip. . Transportation Disadvantaged (TO): Includes qualifying individuals located in areas where fixed route service is not available and who have no other means of transportation. 11 I 1_, ,i' I I I I I I I J-^ I I I 'I I I I (- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 86 of 120 Transportation availability in the household may eliminate eligibility. The fare for TO trips is on an income scale. The fare is $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, or $6.00, per one-way trip. . Medicaid: CAT provides trips for Medicaid eligible services for those persons who cannot travel by fixed route and have no other means of transportation. Transportation availability in the household may eliminate eligibility. Medicaid sponsored trips are subject to Medicaid verification. Medicaid requires a $1.00 fare, or co-payment for a one-way trip. . Agencies: Includes people whose trips are funded under a negotiated agency contract. CA T's staff will determine the funding category appropriate for each customer. If you have questions about your eligibility status, please call CA T's staff at 239-.649-0228/239-596-7777. What groups make up CAT's staff? . Collier Area Transit (CAT): Collier Area Transit (CAT) provides fixed route public transportation throughout Collier County. Please see CAT bus schedule for further information. . A Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board (TDLCB): The TDLCS is established under Florida Statute to oversee the delivery of paratransit services, resolve customer disputes and monitor quality of service. . The Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC): CAT under direction from Collier County, acts as the CTC for Collier County, coordinating and providing many of the transportation needs for ADA, TO and Medicaid eligible customers. . Private Contractors: These operators provide services under 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 87 of 120 contract with CAT. To explain the services offered to you by CAT, we have prepared the following USER GUIDE to help plan your trips and to make your transportation run as smoothly as possible. It is important that you take the time to read this guide completely to avoid any misunderstandings about the services offered by the system. ""\ '\ iv I I- I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I [-. I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 88 of 120 OVERVIEW OF SERVICES Although CAT serves all of Collier County, certain restrictions may apply to the trips provided. These limitations may impact the times you can travel or the destinations that may be available to you. SERVICE AREAS Collier Area Paratransit program services the following areas: Naples Service Area - City of Naples, North Naples, East Trails, Golden Gate City. Golden Gate Estates City of Immokalee What service is available for trips in between service areas? Trips between service areas are very limited and it is important to check the times of operation before you schedule your appointments. Please call the Reservation Department to determine what times the vehicles operate between Service Areas. DESTINATIONS CAT through Collier Area Paratransit program provides specialized transportation throughout Collier County. However, some travel limitations may exist based on the category' of each qualified applicant. It's important that each of our customers understand the services available to them. Where may I travel? 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 89 of 120 Depending on the program you are eligible for, some service restrictions may apply as a result of Federal or State regulations. Customers who qualify for service under ADA may only schedule trips that begin and end in the ADA Corridor. The corridor is an area within 3/4 of a mile on either side of a fixed bus route. While you may be certified to ride Collier Area Paratransit program, all destinations in Collier County may not be within the ADA corridor. Collier Area Paratransit clients who qualify under the Transportation Disadvantaged program are those individuals located outside of the ADA corridor. These clients are permitted to schedule trips countywide. Medicaid recipients may travel only to those services qualified under their program of coverage. This may include out-of-county trips with prior approval. People traveling under Agency sponsored trips are only authorized 'to' take trips as arranged by the particular agency sponsoring the trip. HOLIDAY SCHEDULES The Transportation Disadvantaged Program does not operate on the following holidays: New Year's, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. ELIGIBIL TV While some people might prefer to use Collier Area Paratransit rather than a fixed route bus, this specialized service is designed to assist only those individuals who cannot access CA T's regular fixed route bus service because of a disability or when fixed route service is not available in your area and you have no other means of 2 I J~- I I I I I I I l- I I I I I I I [- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 90 of 120 transportation. In order to determine whether or not a person is best served with Collier Area Paratransit, an eligibility process has been established. THE APPLICATION PROCESS Any resident of Collier County may request aft ELIGIBILITY APPLICATION from CAT by calling one of the phone numbers printed on the front of this guide. The Eligibility Application must be FILLED OUT COMPLETELY to be considered for transportation services from CAT. If you need assistance completing your application CAT staff members are available to help. The completed application will be reviewed by CAT and a determination of eligibility will be made based on the information provided. A staff interview or assessment may be required to complete the process. The eligibility process can take up to twenty-one (21) days to complete. If you qualify for Collier Area Paratransit, the scheduling of future trips is a quick and easy process. VISITORS WITH DISABILITIES CAT provides complementary paratransit service to individuals who travel to Collier County and are eligible for services under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If these individuals have been certified as "ADA Paratransit eligible" by a public entity, that certification will be honored for up to 21 days. If they have not been certified as eligible by another public entity but claim that they are ADA Paratransit eligible, they are entitled to "presumptive eligibility" for up to 21 days. If service is needed beyond this period, individuals will be required to apply for eligibility in the area they are visiting. RECERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 91 of 120 To ensure that we are able to provide the best possible service, CAT must maintain current and accurate records. Therefore our customers are subject to recertification every three (3) years (with the exception of temporary certifications). TRAVEL ASSISTANCE Many of our customers require assistance during their travel. While drivers are able to provide assistance to and from the vehicle, some customers require more personalized care. This section of the Guide addresses customer's needs that extend beyond the responsibility of the driver. How old must someone be to use Collier Area Paratransit? AGE REQUIREMENTS Children under the age of six (6) years MUST have an, escort. Children under the age of four (4) years and/or under the weight of 45 Ibs. will be required to use a child restraint device. Due to the cost of purchasing, maintaining and replacing the devices and for sanitary reasons related to the transmittal of communicable diseases, these devices must be provided by the accompanying adult or escort. What if I need an assistant to travel with me? PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANTS Children under the age of six (6) and individuals requiring special assistance while en-route must have an escort/personal care attendant (PCA). The PCA must be able to provide the necessary assistance to the passenger and will be transported free. Only one PCA may ride free of charge. In cases where it is not evident the individual needs an escort, medical documentation 4 I I-- I I I I I I I p- I I I I I I I , I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 92 of 120 stating the reason an escort is needed will be required. The peA will be traveling with the passenger to assist with life-functions and to facilitate travel. Although a PCA may travel with a customer, the driver still has a responsibility to assist from door-to-door. Both the peA and the rider must be picked up and dropped off at the same address. A PCA request must be approved on the initial application in order to be eligible to travel with a rider. To be eligible for a PCA, a physician or other qualified professional must include this information on your application. The information provided must state the functional limitations that require you to have additional assistance. If your physical status changes after the application is approved without a PCA being authorized, and one is now required, a letter must be submitted from a physician or other qualified professional stating that you now require a PCA. When do we require a peA or escort? Agencies who schedule trips for children under the age of six (6) will be responsible for providing escorts or bus aides if a parent or' guardian does not accompany the child. A parent or guardian escorting an under-age child may not bring additional children unless the other children have a scheduled reservation and will be receiving a service. Drivers are available to assist passengers from the door of their pick-up location to the door of their destination. However, we require that passengers needing additional attendance upon reaching their destination also travel with an escort. COMPANIONS One companion may accompany an ADA eligible rider. However, both must be picked up and dropped off at the same address. Accompanying companions pay the same fare as the eligible rider. When making a reservation, you must indicate a companion is traveling with you. 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 93 of 120 RESERVING YOUR TRIP Due to the volume of customers served by Collier Area Paratransit service each day, trips must be called in ahead of time to allow for proper scheduling. Who do I call for service? CONTACTING RESERVATIONS You may request a trip by calling the Reservations Department using the telephone numbers printed on the front of this guide. Requests for NEXT DAY service must be called in by 2:00 p.m. on the day preceding your trip. Same day service is not available. Trips may also be booked up to two (2) weeks in advance by calling the reservation department. What do I do if the phone lines are busy? Because of the number of trip requests we receive on a daily basis, our phone lines are sometimes busy. When you call to make a reservation for service and hear a recording, please stay on the line and the next available reservationist will be happy to assist you. Please note that our busiest hours are from 8:00 am to 10:00 am and from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm. The best time to call during the week is between the hours of 10:00am and 12:00pm or after 2:00pm What information will I need to provide when I call to make a reservation? 6 I 1,- I I I I I I I t- I I I I I I I r I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 94 of 120 REQUIRED INFORMATION When you call for an appointment please have the following information available: . Pick up location - name, phone number, address including building and apartment number, town or city and zip code. . Destination o Street address (including: town or city & zip code) o Phone Number o Doctor's Name o Office or Suite Number o Name of Facility if applicable. . Appointment Time and Return Time. . Medicaid Number, if applicable. . Please inform the reservationist if you require a personal care attendant (PCA) on your trip and specify whether the PCA is ambulatory or in a wheelchair. . Also, please inform the reservationist of any additional travel requirements needed to schedule your trip such as traveling with a service animal. . Return trip information - exact location and time (see section on return trips for details). Always give the reservationist the time you need to be at your destination or the time of your health care appointment. Since your vehicle will pick up several customers, trips are scheduled based on your appointment time. There is a pick-up window that requires passengers to be ready up to one (1) hour in advance of their scheduled appointment time. This means that if you have a 9:00 a.m. appointment you may be picked up as early as 8:00 a.m. If you are traveling from one service area to another, you should be ready for your trip two (2) hours prior to your appointment. What about scheduling my return trip? 7 - I ..j - - - .... ... - - - - - -- - ... ... ...... ...... ..... Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 95 of 120 RETURN TRIPS When you schedule your transportation, you MUST also schedule your return trip. Return trips that are not scheduled in advance will not be accepted. Collier Area Paratransit win be better able to accommodate a change in your return trip if we are notified promptly. Please contact Collier Area Paratransit as soon as possible to inform us about a change to your trip. If you are not ready at your scheduled return time you may have to wait for a return ride to become available. Therefore it's important to schedule your return trip late enough so that you are sure you will be ready when your vehicle arrives. When making your doctor's appointment, please inform the physician's office that you are riding on public transportation and that you need to be ready to return when the vehicle arrives. In most cases, you will be picked up at the same location you were droQPed off. If for some reason the pick-up location is different, be sure to tell the reservationist exactly where you will be waiting for your return trip. The driver will be ~iven this information and will be looking for you at that location. Do not leave the area or you could miss your ride. Please be advised that the oneill hour delivery window applies to all return tri~ If you are ready for your return trip more than one (1) hour before it is scheduled, you may contact Collier Area Paratransit to request an earlier pick-up. If you wait more than one (1) hour after your scheduled pick-up time, call one of the phone numbers on the front of this guide and a representative will assist you. Calling within the pick-up window will not expedite your trip. 8 I f- I I I I I I I J- I I I I I I I (- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 96 of 120 Vehicles will only stop at pre-determined origin and destination points. Drivers will not make additional stops except in an emergency. SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE A standing order or subscription service can be established when a customer regularly travels to and from the same destination (three or more times a week) at the same times. You will save time by submitting a standing order; however you must contact the reservation department immediately if your plans change to avoid being charged with a cancellation or a no-show. When are the best times to ride on the system? Collier Area Paratransit operates on the public roads and highways. Occasionally our vehicles will run behind schedule during periods of peak demand such as special events, during rush hour, or during inclement weather. Your trip will have fewer problems if you avoid peak travel periods. TAKING YOUR TRIP FARE INFORMATION Fares will depend upon your sponsorship or funding source. Your reservationist will tell you the cost of your trip when your reservation is made. The driver will collect the fare from you when you board the vehicle. You must have the exact chana,g. Drivers do not carry money and will not make additional stops to get change. Failure to pay the appropriate fare may jeopardize your transportation eligibility. Please do not tip the drivers. 9 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 97 of 120 What type of vehicle will pick me up? DRIVERS AND VEHICLES The Vehicles are designed to accommodate ambulatory, wheelchair and stretcher customers. Please note: stretcher service is available for Medicaid customers only. Drivers are not responsible for charging, connecting or disconnecting any equipment used by a customer. Please ensure all equipment is functioning properly and independently prior to starting your trip. To achieve the goals of shared-ride transportation, customers are expected to share transportation with other customers. Customers may not request a specific transportation provider. When you request service, you may be scheduled to ride with any of our providers. Drivers are required to wear uniforms and picture identification badges. All vehicles are plainly marked with the name of the company in a prominent location. (Community Transportation and/or Collier Area Paratransit) We provide door-to-door paratransit service. Our drivers are trained to help those who require assistance to and from the vehicle. We do not enter a person's home or a person's room at a livina facilitv. In addition, we do not ao above the first floor of a multi - familv residence. The customer must be waiting on the ground floor in the lobby or at the main entrance. Our vehicles are equipped to transport common wheelchairs (or scooters); however the customer must have their own wheelchair. A common wheelchair is one that does not exceed 30 inches in width and 48 inches in lenQth (measured two inches above the ground) and does not weiQh more than 600 pounds when 10 I I- I I I I I I I t- I I I I I I I r~ I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 98 of 120 occu pied. Wheelchair customers must be on the first floor with no more than one (1) step from the entrance of the residence to ground level. If there is more than one (1) step to negotiate, an accessible ramp must be installed in order to accommodate the customer. In addition, customers in wheelchairs must have an accessible boarding area on which the lift can safely be deployed and the area leading up to the boarding area must be firm to accommodate the approach to the wheelchair lift. Grass, gravel and soft sand are not acceptable surfaces. WHEELCHAIRS MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH FOOT RESTS. OXYGEN TRANSPORT Travel with oxygen equipment is permitted providing that it is self- administered and can be safety stowed.when the vehicle is en-route. Drivers are not permitted to supply, connect or disconnect oxygen. PERSONAL BELONGINGS Passenger property that can be carried by the passenger and/or the driver in one trip and can be safely stowed on the vehicle shall be allowed to be transported with the passenger. WILL CALL From time to time, a passenger may not be ready to make their return trip when the service vehicle arrives. If this happens, the passenger will be placed into "will call" status. This means that you must contact our office when you are ready for your return trip and you will be picked up as soon as a vehicle is available. What if I decide not to travel after making an appointment? 11 I I I I I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 99 of 120 CANCELLATION AND NO-SHOW POLICY Collier Area Paratransit program recognizes that occasionally situations will arise that result in the passenger needing to cancel, or becomes unable to utilize a scheduled trip. It is also recognized that frequent cancellation of trips, and I or no shows of scheduled trips result in costly and negative impacts to Collier Area Paratransit. The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board approved a No Show / Cancellation Policy to identify those who habitually cancel, or who are "no-show" for a schedule trip. The goal of the Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board is not to lose passengers, or to punish the occasional passenger who mistakenly misses a schedule trip. The goal is to educate the passengers of the policy to reduce the incidences of cancellations and / or no shows. All scheduled reservations must be cancelled at least 24 hours prior to the reservation date in order to avoid a penalty. NOTICE OF VIOLATION OF NO-SHOW/LATE CANCELLATION POLICY The first violation in a 3D-day period calls for a warning. Additional violations will result in suspension of service. Passengers, sponsoring agencies, and the TDLCB will be notified of each incident of suspension of service. OFFENSES 12 I J- I I I I I I I f- I I I I I I I r I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 100 of 120 Three missed trips in a 30-day period constitutes a single offense. The passenger has the option to appeal any action taken to enforce this policy. For a complete copy of the cancellation/no show policy, please contact Collier Area Paratransit. RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBiliTIES The Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged has established the following set of rights and responsibilities for paratransit services such as Collier Area Paratransit. Please remember that Collier Area Paratransit acts as the CTC for Collier County. SAFETY: Customers have the right to: . Trips in air-conditioned and heated vehicles; . Safe, clean, properly equipped and smoke-free vehicles; . Properly fastened seatbelts and/or mobility device tie-downs; . Vehicle transfer points that are sheltered, secure and safe; . A properly identified driver; . Adequate seating, to include ample space for service animals; . Assistance in maneuvering mobility devices up and down a maximum of one step; . Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) policy on medical emergency during transport. Customers are responsible to: . Be ready and waiting for the vehicle in a safe location up to one (1) hour prior to your scheduled appointment time; . Keep seat belts and mobility device tie-downs secure until the vehicle stops; 13 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 101 of 120 . Remain seated until the vehicle comes to a complete stop; . Report any safety hazards; . Keep wheelchairs or other mobility aids in good condition; . Not tamper with or operate vehicle equipment; . Address car-seat provision with the CTC; . Make CTC aware of customer's physical and/or mental conditions prior to transport; and . Adhere to policy for violent and/or disruptive behavior. COURTESY: Customers have the right to: . Professional, courteous and properly trained drivers; . Assistance while getting in and out of the vehicle and to the seat; and . Assistance with as many packages as can be carried by the passenger and the operator in one trip. Customers are responsible to: . Call in trip cancellations at least one (1) hour prior to the scheduled pick-up time to avoid being marked a no-show; . Inform CTC of all pertinent information regarding the trip; . Present the correct fare; . Be ready at the time of pick-up; and . Ensure personal hygiene. COMPLAINTS: Customers have the right to: . File complaints without fear of retaliation; . Prompt investigations and effective resolutions; and . Current and complete program information. 14 I J- I I I I I I I f- I I I I I I I ('- I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 102 of 120 Customers are responsible to: . File complaints in a timely manner, providing the CTC with pertinent information. SERVICE: Customers have the right to: . Pick-ups within the established one (1) hour pick-up window (two hours for trips between service areas); . Expect the driver to wait up to five minutes; . Toll-free accessibttity to the CTC; . Be delivered to an appointment on time; . The CTC's policy on standing orders; and .. The CTC's policy on no-shows. Customers are responsible to: . Advise the reservationist of appointment times; . Accept a shared-ride service; . Schedule trip requests at least one day in advance; and . Provide own wheelchair and/or escort. What other responsibilities do I have as a passenger? SAFETY Passengers are responsible for observing safety rules including use of seat belts, not standing when bus is in motion and waiting for driver to assist them on and off the bus. Florida State law has determined that all passengers on Paratransit vehicles MUST WEAR SEAT BELTS. A passenger who refuses to remain seated with the seat belt in place will be denied service. If 15 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B 10 January 9, 2007 Page 103 of 120 you have medical documentation stating that the use of seat belts may be detrimental to your health, the seat belt regulation will be waived. Please inform the reservationist of your situation when you schedule your first trip, you will be required to provide CAT with written documentation to have the seat belt requirement waived. APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR Passengers may not eat, drink, smoke or spit on the bus. Passengers are responsible for being considerate of other passengers in sharing rides, practicing good personal hygiene and to refrain from excessive noise, constantly changing seats, throwing objects, fighting, sticking heads or arms out the windows, lewd behavior and speech, etc. This behavior will not be tolerated. In accordance with Collier Area Paratransit Policy, service may be terminated due to threats, violent or abusive treatment toward the provider or other passengers. Service may be refused if a passenger engages in violent, seriously disruptive or illegal conduct. Seriously disruptive conduct does not include behavior or appearance that only offends, annoys, or inconveniences other riders or employees. When it has been determined by the Superintendent of Paratransit Operations that suspension will be initiated, communication of the suspension of service will be made by phone and/or mail to the Passenger or Parent/Guardian of Passenger with a copy to the appropriate agency (if applicable). MEDICAID PROGRAM Trips are provided to Medicaid recipients who have a valid Medicaid recipient number and will be receiving a covered service. Please note that transportation is not authorized for all Medicaid programs. Please check with your case manager or a Collier Area Paratransit staff member to verify your eligibility status. 16 I J- I I I I I I I t- I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 104 of 120 Medicaid recipients (with certain exceptions) will be charged a co- payment for each one-way trip. This is a requirement of Florida Law. If you are riding under the Medicaid Program, you will be charged a co-payment unless the Reservationist tells you otherwise. Out of area (outside Collier County) trips are limited. Out of area trips must be scheduled at least one (1) week in advance. All out of area trips require medical necessity verification from your doctor. This documentation must be faxed or mailed to CAT before the trip can be scheduled. If the proper documentation is not received CAT staff will not be able to schedule the trip. Once the trip is scheduled it is advisable to call CAT after 3:00 p.m. the day before the trip to find out what time the vehicle will pick you up. SHARE OF COST Some Medicaid clients are subject to meeting a "share of cost" obligation before the cost of services is covered. Customers enrolled in the share of cost program may reserve trips prior to meeting their requirement. However, provision of the trip depends on your share of cost status on the day you will be traveling. What if I'm not satisfied with the services provided? CUSTOMER FEEDBACK If you experience a problem with any aspect of the service, you may call or write to Collier Area Paratransit Customer Service Department. To send your complaint in writing, direct your correspondence to: Collier Area Paratransit CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT 17 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 105 of 120 2901 COUNTY BARN ROAD NAPLES, FL. 34112 OR CALL 239-649-0228/239-596-7777 Please include details such as time, date, location and a description of the problem you experienced. This will help in determining the appropriate personnel to contact in order to resolve any difficulties you may have as quickly as possible. If your complaint cannot be resolved, you may obtain information on the grievance process by contacting the Superintendent of Paratransit Operations and requesting a copy of our adopted Grievance Procedure. OR You may caB the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged Ombudsman Hot Line: 1-800-983-2435. 18 I J-, I I I I I I I f- I I I I I I I r I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 106 of 120 Acknowledgement of Receipt Form Collier Area Para transit The information provided in this guide is an important factor in helping you understand your transportation options. We encourage you to read it completely and to contact the Collier Area Paratransit staff if you have any questions regarding the information contained within this booklet. It's important for Collier Area Paratransit staff to know that you have received this User Guide. Please sign you name below, detach this page, and return it to Collier Area Paratransit. Customer Signature Date Printed Name Collier Area Paratransit strives to provide the highest level of quality service. We appreciate and welcome suggestions, and comments from the community. Thank you. 19 I I I I I I I I NO SHOW / CANCELLATION I POLICY AS APPROVED BY THE I TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED I LOCAL COORDINATING I BOARD I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 107 of 120 Collier Area Transit Transportation Disadvantaged THIS GUIDE IS AVAILABLE IN AN ACCESSIBLE FORMAT UPON REQUEST 23 I P- I I I I I I I p- I I I I I I I L I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9,2007 Page 108 of 120 Collier Area Transit Transportation Disadvantaged Program No Show / Late Cancelation Policy As Approved By The \ Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board Collier Area Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged Program recognizes that occasionally situations will arise that result in the passenger needing to cancel, or becomes unable to utilize a scheduled trip. It is also recognized that frequent cancellation of trips, and / or no shows of scheduled trips result in costly, and negative impacts to the Transportation Disadvantaged Program. The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board approved a No Show / Cancellation Policy to identify those who habitually cancel, or who are "no-show" for a schedule trip. The goal of the Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board is not to lose passengers, or to punish the occasional passenger who mistakenly misses a schedule trip. The goal is to educate the passengers of the policy to reduce the incidences of cancellations and / or no shows. The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board No Show / Cancellation Policy is designed to identify those passengers who frequently cancel, or "no show", to notify these passengers of the habitually missed trips, to educate these passengers that continued habitually missed trips will result in suspension from the Transportation Disadvantaged Program. The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board No Show I Cancellation Policy identifies that enforcement of this policy is the responsibility of the General Manager of the Transit System. 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item 1\10. 16B 1 0 January 9, 2007 Page 109 of 120 The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board No Show / Cancellation Policy include the folklwing suspension of service protocols. · Three cancellations and / or "no show" in a 3D-day period are equal to one offense. · The first offense within a 12-month period will result in a 1 D-day (two week) suspension of service. · The second offense within a 12-month period will result in a 15- day (three week) suspension of service. · The third offense within a 12-month period will result in a 30- day (six week) suspension of service. · The fourth offense within a 12-month period will result in a 6- month suspension of service. The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board No Show I Cancellation Policy provides for the following notification protocols. Cancellation I No Show: Written warning notification will be sent to passenger and notification will be sent to sponsoring agency. First Offense: The first offense within a 12-month period results in a 1 O-day (two week) suspension of service. Notification will be sent to the sponsoring agency. Notification to Collier County Transportation Senior Planner I TDLCS representative. Second Offense: The second offense within a 12-month period results in a 15-day (three week) suspension of service. Notification will be sent to the sponsoring agency. Notification to Collier County Transportation Senior Planner I TDLCS representative. 2 I 1,- I I I I I I I r- I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 110 of 120 Third Offense: The third offense within a 12-month period results in a 3D-day (six week) suspension of service. Notification to Collier County Transportation Senior Planner / TDLCB representative. Fourth Offense: The fourth offense within a 12-month period results in a 6- month suspension of service. Notification to Collier County Transportation Senior Planner I TDLCB representative. Right to Appeal: Collier Area Transit recognizes that input from our passengers is a critical component to the system's success. Passengers who receive No Show I Cancellation Policy violation notifications and I or suspension have an option of submitting an appeal. The appeal process is handled through the Transportation Disadvantaged Program. If you want to initiate an appeal, contact the Superintendent of Paratransit at the CAT office. For a complete copy of the Transportation Disadvantaged Grievance I Appeal Policy, please contact the Superintendent of Paratransit. You may call the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged Ombudsman Hot Line: 1-800-983-2435. 3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 111 of 120 The third offense within a 12-month period will result in a 3D-day (six week) suspension of service. The fourth offense within a 12-month period will result in a 6- month suspension of service. This letter is to inform you that this is your offense. ~ This letter serves as a warning that future violations will result in a suspension of service. 8u are being suspended for Passengers who are charged with an offense and lor violation of Collier Area Transit's Transportation Disadvantaged No Show I Cancellation Policy have an option to appeal this notification. Please find enclosed a copy of Collier Area Transit Transportation Disadvantaged Program Grievance I Appeal Policy I Procedures. If you have any questions, or if you need any further information, please contact me. Sincerely, Carlos Rivera Superintendent of Paratransit Collier Area Transit Transportation Disadvantaged Program Collier Area Transit's Mission is to identify and safely meet the transportation needs of Collier County, through a courteous, reliable, cost-effective, and environmentally sound team commitment. 5 I J- I I I I I I I p- I I I I I I I ~ I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page1120f120 .....:;."it~.;t:61..~1.~.R/AREA ...TRAN s I." 'TRAN~~,9a.TAJI()N.'.'.. ,'1;:rjlsAoVANTAG ED PROGMi\II....ELI c; I BI lrEY.:CRITE RIA, ; "':,Y';';;'~:,:;~~'_' .".> ' "'-':';';'f' - .; ',-' . ," .', " ,., ',--, -\, .:""",,~,: ", ,'",.'." ',"v. '1"'- "''-'''l;..cc",:;,,:;':_::>'';;;'k:''';:->;';; " (,'-:,;-:, " ":,,,, -~ ,'- __"__.-.:....:..,...__:.:........:-~_.:_''',,.",'"'...__.,;..~...:_~_..;;,....,...,____~...._:.~_~>-___~.."_,:__~~;~:-~-'~'O';~;.;.~__:....:-___-'___...".___,_~'._"M'_'_'..+~..,..___.u..... Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Those individuals who reside within % mile of an established bus route, but cannot use CA T'S regular fixed route service because of a disability. The fare for this service is $2.00 for a one-way trip. CRITERIA - . CERTIFICATION APPLICATION WITH LICENSED MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFYING APPLICANT IS UNABLE TO ACCESS FIXED ROUTE (CAT) BUS SYSTEM. . TRIP BEGINS AND ENDS WITHIN 314 MILE OF THE FIXED ROUTE (CAT) BUS SYSTEM . TRIP BEGINS AND ENDS WITHIN DAYS AND HOURS OF SERVICE OPERATIONS. . ADA ELIGIBLE TRIPS ARE DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE SERVICE PROVIDED BY COLLIER AREA TRANSIT. . ADA PARA TRANSIT SERVICE IS A COMPLIMENTARY SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. IT IS PROVIDED TO THE MEMBERS OF THE DISABLED COMMUNITY, TO PROVIDE EQUAL ACCESS TO THE FIXED ROUTE (CAT) PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. IT IS NOT INDIVIDUAL TAXI SERVICE; IT IS DESIGNED FOR MULTI-LOADING, AS ON A FIXED ROUTE BUS. ADA SERVICE IS DESIGNED AS CURB-TO-CURB, 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 113 of 120 NOT DOOR-TO-DOOR SERVICE. IT IS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION FOR MEMBERS OF THE DISABLED COMMUNITY. Medicaid: CAT provides trips for Medicaid eligible services for those persons who cannot travel by fixed route and have no other means of transportation. Transportation availability in the household may eliminate eligibility. Medicaid sponsored trips are subject to Medicaid verification. Medicaid requires a $1.00 fare, or co-payment for a one-way trip. CRITERJA - . ELIGIBLE MEDICAID RECIPIENTS - MAY INCLUDE, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: LOW INCOME FAMILIES AND CHILDREN, FOSTER CARE CHILDREN, S81 RELATED MEDICAID BENEFICIARIES, NURSING HOME RESIDENTS, MEDICALLY NEEDY, PREGNANT WOMEN. MEDICAID VERIFICATION IS MANDATORY . NO OTHER MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION · MEDICAID COMPENSABLE MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS . TRIPS MUST BE PROVIDED AT LOWEST COST, MAYBE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, VANS, SEDANS, OR TAXIS. · TRANSPORTATION INCLUDES AMBULATORY, WHEELCHAIR, OR STRETCHER TRIPS. . NON- EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION . TRIPS AVAILABILITY - 7 DAYS A WEEK, 24 HOURS A DAY, 365 DAYS A YEAR 2 I I- I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 114 of 120 . TRIPS MAY INCLUDE BOTH DOOR TO DOOR AND lOR CURB TO CURB TRANSPORTATON . BENEFICIARY IS A CURRENT RESIDENT OF THE CTe SERVICE AREA MEDICAID - INELIGIBLE BENEFICIARIES AND OR INELIGIBLE TRIPS INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: . . BENEFICIARIES WHO HAVE TRANSPORTATION MEANS . . . BENEFICIARIES WHO HAVE VEHICLE OWNERSHIP OR VEHICLES ACCESS a . LEGAL ALIENS . . EMERGENCY TRIPS . . TRANSPORTATION FOR HOME VISITS FROM HOSPITAL AND/OR NURSING HOME . . TRANSPORTATION TO PHARMACY FOR PURPOSE OF HAVING PRESCRIPTION FILLED .. L Transportation Disadvantaged (TO): Includes qualifying individuals located in areas where fixed route service is not available and who have no other means of transportation. Transportation availability in the household may eliminate eligibility. The fare for TD trips is on an income scale. The fare is $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, or $6.00, per one-way trip. .. L. L CRITERIA - 3 L . Agenda Item No. 16810 January 9, 2007 Page 115 of 120 - . 'HIGH RISK' OR 'AT RISK" POPULATION UNABLE TO - PURCHASE TRANSPORTATION OR TRANSPORT THEMSELVES - . NO ACCESS TO TRANSPORTATION - . NON-ELIGIBLE FOR SPONSORED TRIPS - . NO ACCESS TO VEHICLE IN HOUSEHOLD - (ACCESS TO - TRANSPORTATION FROM VEHICLE IN THE HOUSEHOLD MUST BE "WILLING AND AVAILABLE") - .. Agencies: Includes people whose trips are funded under a negotiated agency contract. CRITERIA - .... ..... . Criteria for agencies trips are negotiated as part of the agency contract. ..... &...." L- '- 4 I I- I I I I I I I f- I I I I I I I r I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 116 of 120 WORKSHEET 4a COST EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF THE CTC SYSTEM (Required by CTD) Collier County BoCC as CTC, who subcontracts to the Management Entity: A TC Previous Evaluation % Change Period Period ; 121583.00 114534.00 -6% f 1900.00 1889.00 -1% 29.00 32.00 10% .. 27.00 25.00 -7% Number of Passengers: Unduplicated Passenger Headcoun Number of Drivers Number of Vehicles Measure Previous Evaluation % Change Period (*) Period (**) total revenue $2,210,275.00 $1,790,306.00 -$0. 19 --" ",.""'--"""------_. + .-".....,.--------.-......,., ~_.,..'.-'...~""..'~ ..- Passenger Trips 121,583 114.534 -6% Vehicle Miles 1.314.092 1,318,090 0% Road Calls 39 42 8% Accidents 6 16 167% Operating Expense $2.027,683 $1,938,010 -4% Local Revenue (Govnt only) $529.183 $485.824 -8% driver hours (incl. coord contract) 75.502 73,478 -3% Performance Measures Previous Evaluation % change i Passenger trips per vehicle mile 0.09 0.09000 0% Operating Expense per Veh. Mi $1.54 $1.47 -5% Op expense per passenger trip $16.68 $16.92 1% iAccidents per 100,000 Veh Miles 0.46 1.2100 163% rvehicle miles per Roadcall 33,695 31,38300 -7% /I: drivers per operating hour 26.86 26.3800 .2% Local Revenue as % of total revenu 23.94% 27.14% 13% ITrends . I i Desired Trends :) I ;1 Undesired Trends :( No change 5 this :) or:( see footnotes n/c :) :( :( :( :) :) note 1. note 2 note 1: 60% of the accidents ocurred in October-December 2004 by one carrier. Note 2: 22 road calls happened in October-December 2004 bv one carrier. 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Agenda Item No. 16B10 January 9, 2007 Page 117 of 120 WORKSHEET 4b COST AND EFFICIENCY OF TRANSPORTATION OPERATORS Collier County BoCC as CTC, who subcontracts to the Management Entity: A TC from AOR data submitted 9-15-2003 and 9-15-2004. I Expense I Previous Evaluation % Category Period Period Change 7/2002 to 6/2003 7/2003 to 6/2004 Labor (501) $1,493,670 $147,235 -90% Fringe Benefits (502) $62,364 $42,568 -32% Services (503) $117,582 $20.715 -82% Materials and Supplies (504) $142.772 $5,758 -96% Utilities (505) $20,933 $9.693 -54% Casualty and Liability (506) $141.556 $0 .1 00% Taxes (507) $31,465 $0 -100% Purch. Transp. Service (508 $5,885 $1,540,077 26070% Misc. Exoenses (509) $1,976 $2,037 3% Interest Expense (511) $1.483 $0 -100% Leases and Rentals (512) $41,925 $18,926 -55% Annual Depreciation (513) $48,929 $1,548 -97% Contributed Service (530) $0 $0 #DIV/O! Allocated Ind. Expenses $6,544 $1,749 I -73% I I SYSTEM TOTAL II $2,117,084 II $1,790,306 II -15% I 3. What changes in service may account for any major decreases/increases in expenses? Change in primary operator; Caring for Kids received a rate increase, but they provide better service. 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U Z t- 0 Z in is w ~ ~ <( ~ >- ~ () ... ...J 0 ~51- 00 o tr: ~ ffi ~ g :::i z <~ -J :3 13 oo~ o > a Agenda Item No. 16B11 January 9, 2007 Page 1 of 196 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 grant application and applicable document, and to accept the grant if awarded OBJECTIVE: To obtain authorization for the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration (FT A) grant application and applicable documents and to accept the grant if awarded. CONSIDERA TION: FT A funds, which are to be used to help provide rural transportation in Collier County, are made available each year through an application process administered by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). As a governmental entity, the BCC is eligible to file the grant application to continue the public transportation service. FISCAL IMPACT: This FY07 grant request is for a total of $837,244.80. This grant will consist of $538,622.40 in Federal funds, a soft match of $250,622.40 approximately a 30% (soft) match, and $48,000 in farebox revenues. The soft match amount is available from County fund (427) budgeted for Transportation Disadvantaged trips in rural areas. No new or additional matching funds will be required. -,~d~~"'" GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Consistent with the Transportation Element of the Growth Management Plan as stated in Objectives 10 and 12. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached FT A Section 5311 grant application, revise and amend the FY 2007 grant and supporting documents, and accept the grant if awarded. It should be recognized that the grant award reference above in the amount of $83,7244.80 is a preliminary number and is subject to change. In approving this item, the BCC is providing authorization to approve all necessary budget amendments to receive and use these grant dollars including those incremental grant dollars received above or below the target grant award. By providing this latitude, the BCC is authorizing the County Manager or his designee to recognize by budget amendment actual grant revenue received currently and as may be adjusted in the future and align expenses accordingly. Any decision to terminate or otherwise not accept the Grant shall require this Board's prior approval as an agenda item. Prepared by: Sue Faulkner, Principal Planner, Alternative Transportation Modes Attachment: FT A Section 5311 Grant Application i- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda lIem No. 16611 January 9, 2007 Page 2 of 196 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16811 Recommendation to approve a Resolution authOrizing the County Manager or his designee to execute the attactled Federal TransIt Administration Section 5311 grant application and applicable document, and to accept the grant if awarded. (5837,244 80) 1/912007900.00 AM Principal Planner Date Prepared By Sue Faulkner Transportation Services Alternative Transportation Modes 12120/200611 :26:01 PM Approved By Director A TM Director Date Diane B. Flagg Transportation Services Alternative Transportation Modes 12121/20061:31 PM Kay Luongo Grants Coordinator Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Admin 12/21120062:22 PM Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Division Administrntor Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin. 12121120062:33 PM Sharon Newman Accounting Supervisor Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 12/21120063:59 PM Barbara LaPierre Management/Budget Analyst Date Approved By Transportation Services Traffic Operations 12/22120069:04 AM Approved By Assistant County Attorney Date Jeff Klatzkow County Attorney County Attorney Office 12/22/2006 9:06 AM Gloria Herrera Management/Budget Analyst Date Approved By Transportation Services Stormwater Management 12122120069:14 AM Pat Lehnhard Executive Secretary Date Approved By Transportation Services Transportation Services Admin 121221200610:25 AM Marlene J. Foord Grants Coordmator Date App roved By Administrative Services Administrative Services Admin. 1212212006 1 :03 PM Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office Administrative Assistant Date Office of Management & Budget