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Agenda 04/10/2007 R COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD (CRAB) 6: AGENDA April 10, 2007 9:00 AM Jim Coletta, BCC Chairman, District 5; CRAB Vice-Chairman Tom Henning, BCC Vice. Chairman, District 3 Donna Fiala, Bee Commissioner, District 1; CRAB Chairman Frank Halas, Bee Commissioner, District 2 Fred W. Coyle, BCC 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. 2003-53, AS AMENDED BY ORDINANCE 2004-05 AND 2007.24, 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. 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 9 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. January 12, 2007 - BCC/Annexation Meeting C. March 13, 2007 - BCC/Regular Meeting D. March 19, 2007 - BCC/East Naples Fire Control District Workshop E. March 20, 2007 - BCC/School Board Joint Workshop 3. SERVICE AWARDS: (EMPLOYEE AND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS) A. Advisory Committee Service Awards 5.vear Recipients 1. Ms. Susan Becker. Tourist Development Council 4. PROCLAMATIONS A. Proclamation designating April as Water Conservation Month. The State of Florida, Water Management Districts and Collier County are working together to increase awareness about the importance of water conservation. To be accepted by Mr. Paul Mattausch, Director, Water Administration Department and Mr. Clarence Tears, Director, Big Cypress Basin, South Florida Water Management District. B. Proclamation designating April 22, 2007 as EARTH DAY IN COLLIER COUNTY. Collier County wishes to join millions of people across the globe in maximizing awareness and celebration of this day. To be accepted by Mr. Raymond Smith, Director, Pollution Control and Prevention; Mr. Dan Rodriguez, Director, Solid Waste; and Mr. John Yonkosky, Director, Utility Billing and Customer Service. C. Proclamation designating April 10, 2007 as Guadalupe Center of Immokalee Day and to recognize that the lives of the families and residents of Immokalee are forever changed because of the partnership between the Guadalupe Center and the community of Immokalee and residents of Collier County. To be accepted by Mr. Desmond Barrett, Director of Early Childhood Education, Guadalupe Center of Immokalee. D. Proclamation to designate April 9-13, 2007 as THE 28TH ANNIVERSARY OF KNOW YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEK to recognize that increasing one's knowledge of how various aspects of county government works can enhance an individual's quality of life in Collier County. To be accepted by two Naples-area high school students: Anthony Esparza from Naples High School and Stephanie Alvarez from Barron Collier High School. E. Proclamation designating the month of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month to bring attention to the community to increase their participation in our efforts to support families, thereby preventing child abuse and strengthening the communities in which we live. To be accepted by Mr. Ron McSwiney, Executive Director, Youth Haven Inc. F. Proclamation designating May 13-19, 2007 as Tourism Week in Collier County to recognize the importance of travel and tourism in our community. To be accepted by Mr. Jack Wert, Director, Department of Tourism. Page 2 of 9 5. PRESENTATIONS 6. PUBLIC PETITIONS 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. This item was continued from the September 12, 2006 BCC meeting and the December 12, 2007 BCC meeting and is further requested by the petitioner to be continued indefinitely. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Petition: PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438: Lakeview Drive of Naples, LLC, represented by Clay Brooker, of Cheffy, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson, LLP, requesting a rezone from the Residential Multiple Family-6 (RMF-6 & RMF-6(3)) zoning districts (a portion of which is subject to a Special Treatment Overlay (ST)) to the Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) by amending the approved Windstar PUD to add the subject 20.52 acres and its additional residential units thereby allowing a maximum of 584 residential units on 341.1 acres. The subject property is generally located on the west side of Bayshore Drive, approximately 0.6 miles south of the Bayshore Drive and U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail East) intersection in Sections, 11, 14 and 23 Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. B. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. SNR-2007-AR-11244 (AB) The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, represented by Joseph Crowley, Jr, is requesting a street name change. The application proposes to change to Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard that portion of West Boulevard on the north side of Seagate Drive to its intersection with Pelican Bay Boulevard. The street is located in the southernmost section of Pelican Bay, just north of Seagate Drive and west of the Tamiami Trail North (US Rt. 41), Section 9, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. 9. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A. Appointment of members to the Immokalee EZDA. B. Appointment of members to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board. C. Appointment of member to the Industrial Development Authority. D. Appointment of member to the Educational Facilities Authority. E. Appointment of member to the Tourist Development Council. F. Appointment of member to the Collier County Airport Authority. G. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners to support additional funding for Florida Forever and the creation of a successor program. (Commissioner Coletta) Page 3 of 9 H. This Item to be heard at 6:00 p.m. Telephone conference with Collier County's Legislative Delegation in Tallahassee to discuss on-going legislative proposals for Property Tax Reform. (Commissioner Coletta) 10. COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT A. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, adopt a Resolution approving an application for a Charitable Organization Impact Fee Waiver, in accordance with Section 74-203(1) of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances (The Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance), in the amount of $100,000, for Collier Health Services, Incorporated and approve a reimbursement of impact fees, in the amount of $100,000 paid on Building Permit No. 2006091892.(Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, Community Development and Environmental Services} B. To receive Board approval to enter into two agreements with the South Florida Water Management District, Agreement No. 4600000625 and Agreement No. 4600000627, providing funding assistance for construction of Phase 1A of the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project in the amount of $1,190,000 and $800,000 of funding assistance for construction of the Gateway Triangle Stormwater Improvement Project. (Norman Feder, Administrator, Transportation Services) C. Recommendation to adopt a superseding resolution authorizing the condemnation of fee simple, Temporary Construction Easements and Perpetual, Non-Exclusive Access, Drainage and Maintenance Easement interests necessary for the construction of Phase 1 B South of the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project (LASIP). (Capital Improvement Element No. 291, Project No. 511012). Estimated fiscal impact: $960,000.00. (Norman Feder, Administrator, Transportation Services) 11. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON GENERAL TOPICS 12. COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT 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. 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 grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Cardinal Cove at Fiddlers Creek. The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained Page 4 of 9 2. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer facilities for Summit Place in Naples, Phase 3. 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 grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Veronawalk Townhomes Phase One. The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. 4. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Forest Glen, Phase 1A. 5. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Forest Glen, Phase 1 B. 6. 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 "Manchester Square Unit 1" 7. 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 Liparl-Ponziane Tract GC-5 Replat. 8. Recommendation to approve the Release and Satisfactions of Lien for payments received for the following Code Enforcement actions: Kite Kings Lake, LLC and Cricket Lake Apartment, LLC. B. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve two (2) Adopt-A-Road Program Agreements with four (4) recognition signs at a total cost of $300.00 2. Recommendation to award bid #07-4119 Livingston Road Phase 1, 2, 3, and 5 Grounds Maintenance to Commercial Land Maintenance at a base amount of $359,596.10. (Project # 600714,620715, and 650414) 3. Recommendation to authorize the County Manager or his designee to execute the attached Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Equipment Support Grant and the applicable documents, and to accept the grant if awarded. 4. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment in the amount of $6,697 from Livingston Road (Radio Road to Pine Ridge Road), project #600714 to recognize unanticipated revenue for FY 2007. 5. Recommendation that the Board approve a funding change and budget amendment to move the Goodlette Frank Road Landscape Project from Gas Tax Fund (313) in the amount of $896,896 that was approved by the BCC on January 23, 2007 to be funded from the General Fund (001). 6. Recommendation to endorse a project approach for replacement of failing stormwater pipes of the Egret and Mockingbird Lake pipe system in the Pine Ridge Subdivision (Project 510252) including acceptance of two (2) donated drainage easements and reimbursement to Thomas and Sandra Moran for construction and material cost associated with one pipe installation estimated to be $52,800. C. PUBLIC UTILITIES 1. Recommendation to award Work Order BE-FT-3785-07-02 with Boyle Engineering Corporation, for professional services for the West Winds Potable Water System Rehabilitation in the amount of $298,960- Project Number 710102. 2. Award Bid #07-4087 to Creel Tractor of Fort Myers for the purchase of two (2) Skid Steer Loaders in the amount of $73,540. Page 5 of 9 3. Recommendation to award Work Order # MS-FT-3535-07-01 under the Annual Contract for Underground Utility Contracting Services # 04-3535 to Mitchell & Stark Construction Co., Inc., in the amount of $429,900 for the replacement of a Caustic Tank and the addition of a Bleach Tank at the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant (NCRWTP), and to authorize a budget amendment in the amount of $104,895, Project Number 700953. D. PUBLIC SERVICES 1. Recommend approval of budget amendment moving $25,000 from Fund 183 reserves to establish funding for a Site Selection Study to identify primary and alternate locations for a proposed Keewaydin Island Ferry Shuttle and Park Facility. It is recommended that this contract be performed by Johnson Engineering for time and material costs not to exceed $25,000 2. Recommendation to approve the grant award from National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in the amount of $132,196 for the Collier County Sea Turtle Disorientation Prevention Plan and proceed with development of an Inter-local Agreement with the City of Naples and approve any necessary budget amendments. 3. Recommendation to approve the Summer Food Service Program Grant in the Amount of $761,000 for FY 2007 E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1. Report and Ratify Staff-Approved Change Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board- Approved Contracts. 2. Recommendation to approve the award of Contract No. 07 - 4103 County Mail Center Operations and Delivery Services to Mailbarcoding Investments of Southwest Florida, LLC d/b/a Mailbarcoding Services of SWFL estimated at $81,000 annually. F. COUNTY MANAGER 1. Recommendation to approve a FY 06 Assistance to Firefighters grant agreement from the U. S. Department of Homeland Security Office for Domestic Preparedness for replacement of obsolete old self-contained breathing apparatus, approve the purchase of airpacks and related equipment for a total cost of $68,180.66, and approve the necessary budget amendments. 2. Recommendation to approve a Modification to the Fiscal Year 2007 Emergency Management Preparedness and Assistance Grant accepting $42,031 and approve a Budget Amendment to recognize and appropriate the revenue. 3. Recommend approval of a resolution supporting passage of Florida Senate Joint Resolution 436 to prohibit offshore oil drilling within 250 miles of the Florida coastline. G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY ANDIOR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1. 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. H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1. Commissioner Halas requests approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid publiC purpose. Attended the Medicare Health Support Open House at North Collier Regional Park, 15000 Livingston Road, on March 30, 2007. $3.00 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. Page 6 of 9 2. Commissioner Halas requests approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Mickey Biondo Speaker Series Luncheon at The Club Pelican Bay on April 20, 2007. $16.00 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. 3. Commissioner Halas requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Philharmonic 25th Anniversary Gala Dinner at the Ritz Carlton in Naples, Florida on March 31, 2007. $243.00 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. 4. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Annual Isles of Capri Picnic on Saturday, March 24,2007; $15.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 5. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Key Private Bank Reception featuring Colin Powell on March 23, 2007, at the Alico Arena; $25.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 6. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Marco Island Kiwanis Club Blue Grass Festival on March 24, 2007; $10.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 7. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Will attend the Edison & Ford Estate "An Incandescent Evening" on April 19, 2007; $5.00 funds to be paid from Commissioners travel budget. 8. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Physicians Regional "The Flight to Fashion" Style Show Fundraiser on March 31, 2007 at the MI Marriott Hotel; $35.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 9. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Will attend the Marco island Marriott Rededication event on April 17, 2007; $40.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's 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 March 17, 2007 through March 23, 2007 and for the submission into the official records of the board. 2. To obtain board approval for disbursements for the period of March 24, 2007 through March 30, 2007 and for submission into the official records of the board. 3. Request that the Board of County Commissioners authorize staff to amend Collier County Ordinance No. 78.56 and Collier County Ordinance No. 87-16, as amended, to amend the Ordinances definition of "Alcoholic beverages," and to specify that witness testimony is valid to prove alcoholic beverage violations. K. COUNTY ATTORNEY 1. Recommendation to authorize the making of an Offer of Judgment to Respondent, Ali R. Ghahramani MD Investment Limited Partnership, for Parcels 815 and 915 in the amount of $21,287.00 in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. Colonnade on Collier Blvd. LLC, et aI., Case No. 05-1091-CA (South County Regional Water Treatment Wellfield Project #70892). (Fiscal Impact: $15,537.00). Page 7 of 9 2. Recommendation to approve a Mediated Settlement Agreement and Stipulated Final Judgment for Parcels 708 and 808 in the lawsuit styled CC v. Napoli Luxury Condominiums P.O.A., Inc., et al., Case No. 06-1299-CA(County Barn Road Project No. 60101) Fiscal Impact $64,465). 3. Recommendation to ratify authorization for the County Attorney to file a lawsuit, on behalf of the BCC, against the Estate of Omar Fernandez, deceased, & Patricia Gomez, individually & as Personal Representative, to recover $7,465 in EMS transport fees. 4. Recommendation to approve the StipUlated Final Judgment for Parcel 840 in the lawsuit styled CC v. Nancy L. Johnson Perry, Individually and as Successor Trustee, et al., Case No. 03-2373-CA (Golden Gate Parkway Project No. 60027) (Fiscal Impact $4,330) 5. Recommendation to approve settlement prior to completion of discovery in the lawsuit entitled Mitchell Fairchild vs. Collier County filed in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida, Case No. 06-270-CA, for $10,500. 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. Recommendation to approve Petition AVESMT-2006-AR-10504, Palazzo Village, disclaiming, renouncing and vacating the Countys and the Publics interest in a portion of a fifteen foot wide drainage easement recorded in Official Records Book 1498, page 1042 of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, and more specifically described in Exhibit A. B. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. PUDZ-2004-AR-6921, Dwight Nadeau Of RWA, INC., representing Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc., requesting a rezone from Residential Single- Family District (RSF-4) to Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) to be known as Faith Landing RPUD subject to the approval of an Affordable Housing Density Bonus Agreement for property located approximately 1/8 mile north of Lake Trafford Road, approximately 1/4 mile south of Westclox Street extension, in Section 32, Township 46 South, Range 29 East, Collier County, Florida. C. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. PUDZ-2006-AR-9716: 3301 Westview Drive LLC and 3375 Westview Drive LLC, represented by D. Wayne Arnold, AICP of Q. Grady Minor and Associates, P .A., requesting approval of a rezone from the Industrial (I) zoning district to the Commercial Planned Unit Development (CPUD) zoning district for a project to be known as Liebig CPUD. The subject property, consisting of 4.3+ acres, is located on the northeast corner of Airport Road (C.R. 31) and Westview Drive, in Section 1, Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County Florida. D. Request to Approve an Amendment to Collier County Ordinance No. 79-8, as Amended, the Collier County Vessel Control Ordinance; by Amending Section Five, Speed Limit in Certain Areas, to Establish the Speed Zones in Naples Bay and to Direct Staff to Prepare a Waterway Permit Application Page 8 of 9 E. Request that the Board of County Commissioners enact the attached Ordinance, recommended by Sheriff Hunter, to establish policy regarding physical separation at emergency shelters between potential sex crime victims and sexual predators and sexual offenders; providing for conflict and severability, inclusion into the Code of Laws and Ordinances, and the effective date. 18. ADJOURN INQUIRIES CONCERNING CHANGES TO THE BOARD'S AGENDA SHOULD BE MADE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE AT 774-8383. Page 9 of 9 AGENDA CHANGES BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING April 10, 2007 Item 16A7: The location/site map for this project was omitted from the agenda packet. Copies have been distributed. (Staff's request.) Item 16B3: The agenda title should read: Recommendation to authorize the Chairman ofthe Board of County Commissioners (rather than "County Manager or his designee") to execute the attached Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Equipment Support Grant Application and to accept the grant if awarded. (Staff's request.) Item 16B6: The following note of explanation is to be added under Considerations: The $19,250 is for design and inspection of the Egret and Mockingbird Lake outfalls for which Collier County is currently under contract and budgeted with Q. Grady Minor & Associates under Project No. 510252, Fund 325. The $52,800 is for construction only of one of the four pipe runs for the Egret and Mockingbird outfall. The cost of construction ($52,800) will require a budget amendment. (Commissioner Coyle's request.) Move 1601 to 100: Recommend approval of budget amendment moving $25,000 from Fund 183 reserves to establish funding for a Site Selection Study to identify primary and alternate locations for a proposed Keewaydin Island Ferry Shuttle and Park Facility. It is recommended that this contract be performed by Johnson Engineering for time and material costs not to exceed $25,000. (Commissioner Fiala's and Commissioner Halas' request.) Withdraw Item 16H7: Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Will attend the Edison & Ford Estate "An Incandescent Evening" on April 19, 2007; $5.00 funds to be paid from Commissioner's travel budget. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Move Item 170 to 8C: Request to approve an Amendment to Collier County Ordinance No. 79-8, as amended, the Collier County Vessel Control Ordinance; by amending Section Five, Speed Limit in Certain Areas, to establish the speed zones in Naples Bay and to direct staff to prepare a Waterway Permit Application. (Commissioner Coyle's and Commissioner Halas' request.) Time Certain Items: Item 9H to be heard at 6:00 p.m. Telephone conference with the County's Florida Delegation in Tallahassee to discuss on-going legislation proposals for property tax reform. <~N ,,0.8...... '"='0 ,~ . -5 ell =- ::n Q.J:-::: CD .= s..CL rn<( ;2 iii '" <( - 00 ...... C .~ .9- 00 u ~ 0) O)D:':: C g~1'- 00 ~ 0 00 ro 0 oE 5: N E <{ 0 o ~ .,..- Us 'C >.~o.. ......0)...... C(/)....... ::l 0) ;>, o 0) ro U:::;::"O 4- .- if) o E 0) "0 E ::l mOl- oU co>. ~ o .S:2 > "0 <{ 'C ~ "' o III c:- o '" .:; 'C <l: '" c " o U C Q) E 0- o Qi > Q) o Ul .C " ~ '" ~ "' " >- en - o .. 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April! 0, 2eG7 Page 1 ff 2 PROCLAMA TION WHEREAS, water is a basic and essential need of every living creature: and, WHEREAS, the State of Florida, Water Management Districts and Collier County are working together to increase awareness about the importance of water conservation and acknowledges that water conservation is an effective and efficient method to preserve our water supplies and can be tailored to local conditions and water users: and, WHEREAS, Collier County and the State of Florida has designated April, typically a dry month when woter demands are most acute, Floridas Water Conservation Month, to educate citizens about how they can help save Florida's precious water resources; and, WHEREAS, Collier County has always encouraged and supparted water conservation, through various educational programs and special events: and, WHEREAS, every business, industry, school and citizen can make a difference when it comes to conserving water; and, WHEREAS, every business, industry, school and citizen can help by saving water and thus promote a healthy economy and community. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Callier County, Florida, that the month of April be designated as WATER CONSERVATION MONTH and call upon each citizen and business to help protect our precious resource by practicing water saving measures and becoming more aware of the need to save water. DONE AND ORDERED THIS Jdh day of April, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA " JAMESCOLEIT74, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: -- DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK I: ',' rr: I' i ~, /);" "'Ii COLLIER COUNTY [lOI\'U::JF c:)Ur<:~ C~Jt/\'l!,~S::)I,EPS IlemNumber: ttemSummary: "''';~"aT,'' .., cj ",. .. 'a~"'.g ".f)"',1 .'i....~IW :)' 'd" \"'.'~.ki ~"'I r"c-,,]e 1'1'1'0 I~: ' ~;\', 3' d ell I:e' :;;)L'fll ;;1''' '\'llT 0',(: :'.')"11'10' . (01'1" C (I: ~jUI H'I~' 'rf'V" 'mV":)' 'saTi'f ~,,"_'_, TC: I)~ (-L' b.r',1 r/ co' ~E~' ,. ^. 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O. 2007 ~)a;}e 1 of 2 WHEREAS, a saund natural enviranment is the foundotion of a healthy society and a robust economy; and, WHEREAS, local communities can do much to reverse environmental degradation and contribute to building a heolthy society by addressing issues such as energy use, transportation, and waste prevention; and, WHEREAS, the environmental realities of our time require humans to make a dramatic shift in our relationship to the earth; and, WHEREAS, the citizens of Collier County have the opportunity to join millions of people around the world in making a positive difference in reducing water and air pollution, conserving resources and saving energy by recycling ond buying recycled products; and, WHEREAS, the Public Utilities Division's Solid Waste Management and Utility Billing & Customer Service Deportments, under the direction of the Collier County Board of County Commissioners, have worked diligently to develop a multifaceted recycling program as a way to preserve valuable landfill space and conserve natural resources; and, ~ WHEREAS, the Public Utilities Division's Pollution Control & Prevention Department proactively plans, develops, and efficiently implements programs that protect the safety, health and welfare of the community and its environment through the protection of Collier County's groundwater, freshwater, surface water and other water resources from all sources of pollution. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that April 22, 2007 be designated as EARTH DA Y IN COLLIER COUNTY and Collier County wishes to join millions of people across the globe in maximizing awareness and celebration of this day. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 10th Day of April, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: - DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK i"C,c:;; l'-i( !\iAi' in :;\';e P:,; il~ ~, ()' COLLIER COUNTY E~)Ar-:[;:;r: ~,c)\jrnY COI,~~;l~SSIONERS Item Number: .1;' Item Summary: "",:',::;11',';:1''/ "pr ""'.:I\!)' ,\"'S'I0~ ]e'I" ;,11')"1, [''C, )1':1" 'i: CS':, W' '::.'X'" ':"i.'IfT.;?,,'-',C :",',':ir',)nes:, ,I'"'' '_,"",:-r:linr ~/ t'II',: '1JV t,ei\("o[,:,dliVlVi' IT:' 'l~ : :;'lrW::QI ;)"iUll'''':"Cll1'JI ,'< r_' 'f','-UI1.(H' r,-]r [""ll" 'Cq";[l,h;'~ '::"I,"C!U: .' 10 ",/",",1(0 en::! 1",1r Yil1f; \ "<:,~K\ "f'<'.;ll [,::1,1, :j"'''l~ d' ,J :;,":\,:(;<0 Meeting Date: ,j': 1 '~;' ',1 C1G~,c; ; '/. Prt'parcd By L1""P.esnlcl< [',H'cul,veAidc totho !:'-CC DJ:" B"~n1 Df (;",mt\' SCC()!flce J,':s:~fJir' 232,2b PIV C"mm,~,,,nr,.'rs i\Pllro\'t'u By Sue FII~Dn ","'rUll '" MNW:ler to Uw tlce t:J;>le B'J"rtofC(Hmty Comm"'~tf!"':rs Dce Off,ce 3!28'2QQ7 3~-1 F'II' Appro\cd Uy jr;'11"",vr,1"dU C'"mt~ ,3'JL" :''0''''' r;"nmc,j;:",,,,,, """"'(:\',.;]);)'J",':,;'lfl:',' J,:.'S.'2Yj775~ F'r,i ';'''''1",,('.''> PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the Guadalupe Center af Immokolee began its mission as a soup kitchen serving residents in Collier County in 1982, and its Mission is to break the cycle of poverty by providing educational, social, and other support programs and resources for the community of Immokalee: and, WHEREAS, the Guadalupe Center has exponded its program to serve over 10,000 families a year through its Early Childhood Education Progrom, School Age Program, Tutor Corps, Soup Kitchen, Clothing Room, Shower Progrom, Resale Shop, and its speciol projects which partner with over 500 volunteers a year: and, WHEREAS, the lives of the fomilies and residents of Immokalee are forever changed because of the partnership between the Guadalupe Center and the community of Immokalee and residents of Collier County: and, WHEREAS, the Guadalupe Center serves over 500 students through its mony programs geared to enriching the lives of Collier County's young children ranging from the age of six weeks through eighteen years of age: and, WHEREAS, the Guadalupe Center provides college enrichment, scholarships, and mentoring opportunities through its G.A.P. (Guadalupe After School Program), and the Tutor Corps programs, which work in partnership with residents of Marco Island: and, .- WHEREAS, the Guadalupe Center recognizes the choritable contributions of communities such as Wyndermere, Colliers Reserve, Bay Colony, Port Royal, Olde Naples, Bonyan Woods, and numerous churches, and civic groups in Collier County. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that April 10, 2007, be designated as GUADALUPE CENTER OF IMMOKALEE DAY in recognition of its continued service to the community of Immokalee. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 10" Day of April, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: .- DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK "''-'I;L 1";1" hh ~C; ',J ~";CI7 COLLIER COU"ITY C:IA1<:) (JF CQUNT\ C(J:,!,r.~!;;51:.r;Er.S Item Number: ItemSummllry: 1,,,,,,..'<:Ir "'<'IC]'",,:'nq ~,;"; c!~ r",n~ai'.Ir)" ;~II tu 'P^ "lh~, ,'~ "'lE";'f'lli"" 'V';UIJII, ars "'leVe ~:I:',r ',I'O'~ . ':;,YF ot tr't,. ( T' Ie; ,P:~ :;''0'1",,0' lH '~'''kl,:;.1'''P('" r"e 'Ie In '-;rr1~:r '!V [;1 ''1'''', ;,1'0'0- 'J I"SI';e'iI'" ',-:;IL'O" ""',u'IL' t:+ ,J(" ,-I;!'<~ :.1V r,l' L'c:' '(T, t ,:a "c't:, D'''.': '0< 'rv-j",c''j [':(1u,:;,1111', ':',Ud;J,l;UI:,'" 1",rn,)I<_"i~" Meeting Date: '1i1C ::GC- '1 'JC Cie >' M I'repart'd fly Cis,", ,~esJ1,ck F,y,-,,,ui:ve ~\idC- W tr,e see Dnte 8o;,r(ol(.c",r]lV 6C:::Otr.c{' J.:a/:!DrF :;2&-17"11 COml';I\1':;;e!1nr~ Apllro\'ct! B)' Su.-O'ilsol1 F_Y"'ill!".'\" M'''1<>0HtO'''c. Dee D.1te Be.MooICo"..,t,. F.lce 8ff,ce 3:::'8;;<0073:3" PM Comn",$.o"eC5 Arprovct! B~' ,1'1n""",V,i.-1ur,J'j ..(hJrit U",,",w'\nr ',"t(' "c.ar(,(\fc;",m:)' ,",unt", riaflZ,lC' Cihcp :C" ;,,: I' ^ '-'IV- ,."'l'n','';--,I-:"n-- Aaenda item i'lo. 4D " !\prii 10, 2007 Page 1 of 2 PROCLAMA TION WHEREAS, county government is a complex and multifaceted process which affects the lives of all residents of Collier County: and, WHEREAS, an increased knowledge of how various aspects of county government work can enhance an individuals quality of life in Collier County: and, WHEREAS, it is desirable for all county residents to be knowledgeable of the county's government and I10wlt works: and, WHEREAS, the League of Women Voters of Callier County, Collier County University Extension/4-H Youth Development, and the Coflier County Public Schools have co-sponsored the Know Your County Government ?een Citizenship program for 28 years. .-- NOW THEREFORE. be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that the week of AprIl 9 through April 13, 2007, be designated as THE 28TH ANNIVERSARV OF KNOW YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEK DONE AND ORDERED THIS leth day of April, ;r007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMIAISSIONERS COU.:q=:R..C-ClUt'TY. FLORIDA i /~ r ," ,j,,~ i .J-" ATTEST: .-- ,:0 ,1'~ n ,l COLLIER COUNTY [:,O;\F:[J ()F C:Dut;,y CC:~Jli<'!SSiC)l';:::r:S Item Number; '''c:'",,: "'kl,' ",1';- ",'~ ,,5 '!:-H:,GTt-' c'JCl',:~e 'I OJI '!:'i'e', !ry./\ \'C~:I;' Item Summary: 'n;,I"J'-,:';t,y 1(' ',j"~d'-'-'" cu' -',','1' ~,~ nov, iJ' ':'" 'JHJ';c~b "U'J~:I',rTl"" "<"~)'~" ,:;, e'lr"fk~ w' V1 ViCLjd' c:"""lty 1(, ,1' lli 1'-'",'0 1 ;"'1)'("" d' >:,,-1 '1i~1 "i~".J "t,-,ueriT, ',',t,l' ",)r:,~ flNll I':~r';'p' ~'n '~,'I w,; ,'''K'~; (.'~,I-,;r:l[' ':':,,'d"c;~' ir III: [;,,, Of] ~ ;!I,pr h 9! SC~l':,:[) Meeting Date; 4.'10;2,,, "I'Ui,';W,'::',lvl Prt'part,d B~ L,,,,,;r,<H,nKk r:,X(:CUlI'H,i\idct"lh"'PCC DAle O;0Mdolenunty Comm;,:",i""\\Jr, B2C Office jj2a:20Q"' ~,2e,,4 PM Arllrovcd By Su~' ",i'/>tl L:.~e~utl'-,{- li;~r)n9"" Ie [be ace Date f;oaroo'(:our.ty (:omnlI50,;O""rs EI(;C ,~w,co? J,JilI2(10~' :,\~r, PlI' Approved B)' \i ~/,,; ,Ie "U,'rI\' ";jtht',.n I~L ';8"": '>"m: '"''Ill-'W,''''"''' C""rlty \~'''''''''' --'- :f';CG ,:;:sn:;,I<,:.,JR" IL81Ti ~~O. 4E ,l\priI10,2007 Page 1012 _ PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, every child in our community of Naples in Collier County is a precious gift, full of promise and potential; and, WHEREAS, child abuse and neglect is a serious problem in Collier County and across our nation; and, WHEREAS, child maltreatment occurs when people find themselves in stressful situations, without community resources, and don't know how to cope; and, WHEREAS, preventing child abuse and neglect is a community problem that depends on shared involvement among people throughout the community and organizations such os Youth Haven, whose programs provide immediote protection of suffering children, support and information to families as well as community awareness; and, WHEREAS, child abuse and neglect not only directly harms children, but also increases the likelihood of criminal behavior, substance abuse, health problems, and risky behavior: and, WHEREAS, all citizens of Collier County should become involved in supporting families in raising their children in a safe, stable, nurturing environment; and, .-- WHEREAS, children are our most precious resource with bright and hopeful futures and Youth Haven is committed to keeping the children who live in our community safe and happy. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that April be designated as CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH and calls this observance to the attention of all in our community to increase their participation in our efforts to support fomilies, thereby preventing child abuse and strengthening the communities in which we live. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 10th Day of April, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN - ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK COLLIER COl;I\TY 8':J4rrJ (j" C()Ut;;\, c()r,~~\'l!SSia~i,;:r'f, IlemNumber: Item Summary: ,~< ',J'li t:(j" (i" "i,C:~I:',G thc' o! 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V fiudd ~':,,,,.,,, 'fl"''''v'' I.'ote h,,"(iD':'C'Unl'j ,,,nlV""''''''!?'' ;~, ,15Q; ;:cr.'rn",',;onu" ,A.c:m~;a :e'3m f\jo, 4F ~-' Ap~ill 0,2007 ;::;a98 -1 of 2 PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, travel and tourism is the largest industry throughout Florida, employs more than 1 million people and produces more than $60 billion in revenue from taxable sales; and, WHEREAS, the travel and tourism industry supports the vital interests of Collier County, Florida and the United States, contributing over 30,000 jobs to our community, economic prosperity, peace, understanding and goodwill; and, WHEREAS, 1.4 million visitors contributed nearly $1.2 billion to the economy of Collier County in 2006; and, WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of Collier County to inform them of the direct and indirect benefits of tourism; and, WHEREAS, as travelers become more aware of Collier County's outstanding beaches, golf, shopping, restaurants, and natural, historic and cultural activities, travel and tourism will become an increasingly important aspect in the lives of our citizens: and, WHEREAS, May 13-19, 2007 is being observed throughout the state of Florida and the U. S. as National Tourism Week; and, ,- WHEREAS, given the contributions of travel and tourism to the economic, social ond cultural well-being of the citizens of Collier County, it is fitting that we recognize the importance of travel and tourism to our community. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that May 13 -19, 2007 be designated as TOURISM WEEK IN COLLIER COUNTY and that this proclamation be acknowledged by the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention & Visitors Bureau at their Fifth Annual Tourism Awards Luncheon on May 16, 2007. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 10th Day of April, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: /'"'" DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK COLLIER COU'\TV lY)I.f'\U Or ~;{)U~ny cor,1M~5SIC)t!ETS Item Number: Item Summary; '-:::'if,,'~.,"l"j I m-.:, :;r-,,:11;'19 '.,iav <,(','- .~. C: I,: ,. r1, '''P I. I r ;-",r-I\.' (- '''r ~[: '1' i'r,~_N1dn,l' C" le'd,ff) 2,::J ICur ~:111 "I' ~~'r'i:'T:l,I'1 I"'<c 2~ "'f"'';' tA IVir "V'" -"i:<;t(,' erY (; "n'Jr-,'nl Meeting Date: .j - -'~ !:I(~ u: .'.M Prepared By L:sJFi.es",ck ExeCLltlvefq<lf' t"thv Else 1)"1" SOJcdofCoumy C;omm,s;,,,,,""s Bee: O!\.ce 3i2r.J2fJGi 32S'\~ '''M A[lprOved By S",,,rilc,on t:xccut,yl' Man"gec It, file fJCC :l,ue Bo~'d{)f C(amty Comm,o;s,r;,ners B(T (}If'c~ }IZili200, 3;3€. PM Appruved By J~me5 \'. r;1"dd COLmlv 1~~l1a(ler LJJtf.o btiJ((: 0' :,,,,,"\y -~,-,,,l1ty MM,;\("f~_ or',c,,, J.'3n:2{,(1-- '~PPif C"mm-i<e"tHlor' A.cenc;a It0m No. 8/:... . i\prii '0.2007 Page 1 of 65 T IRD SVPPLEMENT AL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438: Lakeview Drive of Naples, LLC, represented by Clay Brooker, of Cheffy, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson, LLP, requesting a rezone from the Residential Multiple Family-6 (RMF-6 & RMF-6(3)) zoning districts (a portion of which is subject to a Special Treatment Overlay (ST)) to the Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) hy amending the approved Windstar PUD to add the subject 20.52 acres and its additional residential units thereby allowing a maximnm of 584 residential units on 341.1 acres. The subject property is generally located on the west side of Bayshore Drive, approximately 0.6 miles south of the Bayshore Drive and U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail East) intersection in Sections 11, 14 and 23 Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. PROJECT STATUS: The Board of County Commissioncrs (BCC) originally heard this petition on September 12, 2006. The Executive Summary that was prepared for that hearing has been included in the infonl1ation provided for this hearing. - During the September 12. 2006 hearing, the Bee voted to continue this petition to the October 10, 2006 Board meeting to allow the applicant's agent an opportunity to address the main item of contention- access to Lakeview Drive. The Bee advised the applicant that a reiteration of the Septcmber presentation would not be acceptab1e: the Bee is only asking for any position change from the applicant regarding access to Lakevicw Drive. The petition was continued again at the petitioner's request 11'om the October 12. 2006 Board mecting to the December 12,2006 Board meeting. According to the petitioner's agent, additional time was required due to the numerous meetings needed to be held with the petitioner and the Lakeview residents and the petitioner and the Windstar representatives. On November 13, 2006, the petitioner asked for another continuance because the representatives from Windstar needed more timc to allow the entire Windstar community to vote on a proposed resolution of the traffic issue. Due to the seasonal nature of the community, Windstar representatives were concerned that not enough residcnts will be available to ofrer input or vote. The Windstar representatives also indicated that they would attempt to hold a second all-residents mccting in January. Therefore, the petitioner requested a continuance of the Bee hearing from Deccmber 12,2006 to February 2007. Prior to the advertising deadline for the Fcbruary hearing datc, the petitioncr's agcnt indicated that all the issues were not resolved at that time: therefore, the petition did not appear on any February BeC agenda. The petition was tentatively scheduled fix March 13,2007. Similarly, issues rcmained unresolved and the agent rescheduled the petition to April 10, 2007. On March 6, 2007, the petitioner provided staff an updated PUD document. Master Plan and Conceptual Site Plan that reflect agreements between the applicant. Windstar and Lakeview Dlive residents. ~ Windstar PUD, PUDZ.A.200S-AR-8438 Bee December 12, 2006 Page 1 of 5 :T 3,'; ~!, ;ZClC7 281 !.:5 SUPPLEMENTAL ANALYSIS: The revised PUD document and Master Plan eliminates the original proposal for this project to use Lakeview Drive. That acecss point is now shown as an emergency access only. Fishem1an's Village and the Windstar PUD in general will not add any trips to Lakevicw Drive. Additionally, the petitioner removed references in PUD Section 6.4.E regarding commitments the petitioner had originally made for the Bayshore Gateway Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) based upon Windstar's proposed use of Lakeview Olive. The petitioner no longer proposes to pay money into a CRA Trust Fund for a sidewalk or any other improvements to Lakeview Drive, and the petitioner is no longer willing to participate in the engineering and design of the water management facility to accept storm water run-off Ii'om Lakeview Olive. Section 6.4.E. ofthe PUD document now sets forth the provision requirements of the emergency access point at Lakeview Drive as follows: Prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy for any unit within Tract T, the developer shall provide an emergency ingress/egress at the terminus of Lakeview Drive. The design and specific location of the access point shall be subject to review and approval of the applicable fire department and emergency management staff. The Master Plan and the Conceptual Site Plan have been revised to reflect Lakeview Drive will only provide emergency access instead of full access. AFFORDABLE HOUSING IMPACT: This request contains no provisions to address the AtTordabIe- W orkl()rce housing demands that it may create. LEGAL CONSIDER>\ nONS: This is an amendment to an existing Planned Unit Development Zoning District - Windstar PUD. The BCC hearing on the amendments is quasi-judicial in nature. As such the burden falls upon the applicant to prove that the proposed amendments arc consistent with the applicable criteria set forth below. The burden then shifts to the BCe, should it consider voting against the amendments, to show that such denial is not arbitrary, discriminatory or unreasonabk. This would bc accomplished by linding that the proposed amendment or amcndments does/do not meet one or more of the applicable criteria from the listed criteria below. Criteria for PUD Rezones Ask your"elf the following questions. 171e answers assist you in making a determination for approval or 110t. 1. Consider: The suitability of the area for the type and pattern of development proposed in relation to physical characteristics of the land. sUlTounding areas, trame and access, drainagc, sewer, water. and other utilities. 7 Is there an adequacy of evidence of unified control and suitability of agreements, contract, or other instruments or I(lr amendments in those proposcd, particularly as they may relate to arrangements or provisions to be lnade for the continuing operation and ll1aintenance of such arcas and facilities that are not to be provided or maintained at pubhc expense') Findings and recommendations o(this t17,e sholl be made onlF offer consnltation with the COllI/tF atlOrnev. " . . . . Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A~2005-AR-8438 Bee December 12, 2006 Page 2 of 5 , ~. Consider: Conformity of the proposed PUD with the goals, gro\V1h management plan. itsrT, !.~=" .3,L., L.o"i! : () ~:'~iC,7 F'jC1P 3 ()\ 0:5 objectives and policies of the 4. Consider: The intemal and extemal compatibility of proposed uses, which conditions may include rcstrictions on location of improvements, rcstrictions on design, and buffering and screening requirements. 5. Is thcre an adequacy of usable open space areas In existence and as proposed to serve the development? 6. Consider: The timing or sequence of development (as proposed) for the purpose of assuring the adequacy of available improvements and facilities, both public and private. 7. Consider: The ability of the subject property and of sUlTounding areas to accommodate expansIon. 8. Consider: Confom1ity with PUD regulations, or as to desirable modifications of such regulations in the pal1icular casc, based on detcnnination that such modifications are justified as meeting public purposcs to a degrce at least equivalent to literal application of such rcgulations. 9. Will the proposed change bc consistcnt with the goals, objcctives, and policies and future land use map and thc elements of the growth managcmcnt plan') 10. Will the proposed PUD Rezonc be appropriate considering the existing land use pattem' II. Would the requested PUD' Rezone result in the possible creation of an isolated district unrelated to adjacent and ncarby districts" 12. Consider: Whether existing district boundaries arc illogically drawn in relation to existing conditions on the property proposed for change. 13. Consider: Whether changed or changing conditions make the passage of the proposed amendment necessary. 14. Will the proposed change advcrscly influence living conditions in the neighborhood" 15. Will the proposed change create or exccssively increase traffic congestion or create t)1)es of traffic deemed incompatible with surrounding land uses, because of peak volumes or projected t)1)es of vehicular tranie, inclnding activity during construction phases of the development, or otherwise affect pl/hlie ,ajetl'? 16. Will the proposed change create a drainage problem? 17. Will the proposed change seriously reduce light and air to adjacent areas? 18. Will the proposed change adversely affect propel1y values in the adjacent area? 19. Will the proposed change be a detenent to the improvement or development of adjacent property in accordance \v1th existing regulations? Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005~AR-8438 Bee December 12, 2006 Page 3 of 5 :~~~':; f\,j,'J. :::.1\ L,;:;ril :).2[\(:( ,+ Df >35 20. Consider: Whether the proposed change will constitute a grant ol.\pecial privilege to an individual owner as contrasted with the public wclfare. 21. Are there substantial reasons why the property cannot ("reasonably") be used 111 accordance with existing zoning? (a "core" question...) 22. Is the change suggested out of scale with the needs of the neighborhood or the county? 23. Consider: Whether it is impossible to find other adequate sites in the County for the proposed usc in districts already pcnnitting such use. 24. Consider: The physical characteristics of the property and the degree of site alteration which would be required to make thc propeliy usable for any of the rangc of potential uses under the proposed zoning classification. 25. Consider: The impact of development resulting from the proposed PUD rezone on the availahility of adequate puhlic filcilities IInd scrvices consistent with the levels of service adopted in the Collier County Growth Management Plan and as defined and implemented through the Collier County Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance [Code ch.106, ali.lI], as amended. 26. Are there other factors, standards, or criteria relating to the PUD rezone request that the Board of County Commissioners shall deem important in the protection of the public health, safety. and welfare') STAFF RECOMME]\'OATION: Stafr recommends that the Board of County Commissioners approve Petition PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 with the following stipulations (as recommended by the Collier County Planning Commission but modified to reflect the Lakcview Drive access change): 1. The developer shall construct the Fisherman's Village p01iion of this PUD project in compliance with the conceptual plan except that minor changes as described in the Land Development Code (LDC) shall be allowed. In any case however, the configurations of the buildings, roads and landscaping shown on the ~1I1istic rendering must be adhered to (This requirement has been added as PUD Section 3.9.B.): and 7 The maximum number of units within the Fishennan's Village tract shall be limited to 137 units (This requirement has been added to the last paragraph of Section 1.5 and the first paragraph of Section 2.4.): and 3. The developer shall provide landscape buffers along the easterly propel1y line that include double the amount of vegetation jell' the required LDC buffer (This requirement has becn added as PLJD Section3.9.A.); and "'...., 4. The developer shall provide a 25- j{)ot wide bulkhead setback along the eastern and southern pOliion of the site for accessory and principal stmctures (This provision has been added to PUD Section 3.4, Development Standards, for lake setbacks for plineipal and accessory uses.): and Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 Bee December 12, 2006 Page 4 of 5 :-~9rfi I_JO. S.!:... 20CJ7 5 of 55 5. Actual building height of any structure shall not exceed 50 feet for any stmcture (This requirement has been added to the PUD document as Section 3.7.B.); and 6. The developer shall not be required to provide the playground requested by Parks and Recreation. PREPARED BY: Kay Deselem, AICP, Principal Planner Depm1ment of Zoning & Land Development Review Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 BCC December 12, 2006 Page 5 of 5 COLLIER COUNTY ,:]r.:,oI:Li:J.. ~OlJNT\ ';:J:M/IS$iO"U<S Item Number: ltem$ummary: ",ier' "C"""Lif'j1rn."t:",,'c.(,.tErTll! r1.-: ""',,( '-'''''':rG i'-.' 12 '1.'"1-'" IS t,,,~"1' ,_ "',SH,,e [.)v '['t- t'0<:1 fIJ'c".'; ','S 0"'..1.1" ".,"': ,!I,;3rl'(',II'", lL; 'Jf "",\':J"'" J'1:J Ci~' "C" ""S:'(;~"J:-',' ::.~ r;r '1I(j"::!< "toll I'W: i:!~tIU)I- L<,fE,'."'-" U"'F:J cLC, 'c'~C:'i', ',(r'o t-,~ i~ 'o_ae";;;.i!f/u'PJ'e' ("TI!I'. c; ,FU/F.!.:. i, Pf:lf "', I'"'.; I' :"~l '" I~: :Jlsm;:E' 12 cvrl Q" 'H;r(>se ",<; Lv'~ d' ,-,. 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OF ZONING & LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW WWW.COLlIERGOV.NET Ifi\ \Y ::2iT1 f">!oS.L\ L\'-:':"I; iJ ';''''''''7 2800 NORTH HORSESHOE DRfV~ci~s 7 ;;65 NAPLES, flORIDA 341 04 ~ (239) 403-2400 FAX (239) 643-6968 REQUEST FOR CONTINUANCE OR WITHDRAWAL CHECK ONE: [8J CONTINUANCE o WITHDRAWAL If a continuance is requested, please indicate lenath of time: to: OR r8:I Indefinite From: o Planning Commission [ZJ Board of County Commissioners 1. Date of Scheduled Hearing: April 10. 2007 2. Applicant/Project Name: Lakeview Drive of Naples. LLC / Windstar PUD-Fishermans Villaae 3. Applicotion/Case number: PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 4. Type of Application (examples: Rezoning, Conditional Use or Variance) Rezonina 5. Reason for Request: Additional time is required to address continuina issues within the Windstar community, with the hope that those issues can be resolved and this petition rescheduled for consideration bv the BCC. UNDER PENALTIES OF PERJURY, AND PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 92.525, I DECLARE THAT I HAVE READ THE FOREGOING REQUEST AND THAT THE FACTS STATED IN IT ARE TRUE. April 3. 2007 DATE Clov C. Brooker PRINTED NAME ccbrooker(Q)nODleslaw.co m e-mail address Address: 821 Fiftll Avenue Soutll. Suite 201 ~9) 261-9300 Phone number Naales. Florida 34102 _(239) 261-9782 Fax number F:\wpdoCS\UT\CCB\Antaramian\Windstar-FC-Rezone\Request for Indefinite Continuance ~~ 4-03-07.doc ~AJenda t~2m i"~o. SA ~, bpril ~I iJ, 2?S: ~ rags 8 ()1 'c:J REVISED SECOND SUPPLEMENT AL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438: Lakeview Drive of Naples, LLC, represented by Clay Brooker, of Cheffy, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson, LLP, requesting a rezone from the Residential Multiple Family-6 (RMF-6 & RMF-6(3)) zoning districts (a portion of which is subject to a Special Treatment Overlay (ST)) to the Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) by amending the approved Windstar PUD to add the subject 20.52 acres and its additional residential units thereby allowing a maximum of 584 residential units ou 341.1 acres. The subject property is generally located on the west side of Bayshore Drive, approximately 0.6 miles south of the Bayshore Drive and U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail East) intersection in Sections 11, 14 and 23 Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. PROJECT STATUS: The Board of County Commissioners (BCC) originally heard this petition on September 12, 2006. The Executive Summary that was prepared for that hearing has been included in the information provided for this hearing. During the September 12, 2006 hearing, the BCC voted to continue this petition to the October 10, 2006 Board meeting to allow the applicant's agent an opportunity to address the main item of contention- access to Lakeview Drive. The BeC advised the applicant that a reiteration of the September presentation would not be acceptable; the Bee is only asking j{)r any position change from the applicant regarding access to Lakeview Drive. The petition was continued again at the petitioner's request from the October 10, 2006 Board meeting to the December 12,2006 Board meeting. According to the petitioner's agent, additional time was required due to the numerous meetings needed to be held with the petitioner and the Lakeview residents and the petitioner and the Windstar representatives. On November 13, 2006, the petitioner's agent notified staff that the petitioner wants another continuance because the representatives from Windstar have requested more time to allow the entire Windstar community to vote on a proposed resolution of the traffic issue. Due to the seasonal nature of the community, \Vindstar representatives were concerned that not enough residents will be available to offer input or vote until more residents have returned to Windstar. The Windstar representatives have indicated that they would like to hold a second all-residents meeting in January. Therefore, the petitioner is requesting a continuance of the BCe healing li'om December 12, to February 13,2007. SUPPLEMENTAL Al\TALYSIS: The applicant's agent has not provided stan with additional infornlation or a modified stance regarding access to Lakeview Drive as oftoday's date, thus staff cannot provide any supplemental analysis. PREPARED BY: Kay Deselem, A1CP, Principal Planm;r Department of Zoning & Land Development Review Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 Bce December 12, 2006 Page 1 of 1 ,-, 3 ! :':jm ;-J:\. ~J,A 1 [i_ 2007 J of E;S EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438: Lakeview Drive of Naples, LLC, represented by Clay Brooker, of Cheffy, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson, LLP, requesting a rezone from the Residential Multiple Family-6 (~I\:lF-6 & RMF-6(3)) zoning districts (a portion of which is subject to a Special Treatment Overlay (ST)) to the Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) by amending the approved Windstar PUD to add the subject 20.52 acres and its additional residential units thereby allowing a maximum of 584 residential units on 341.1 acres. The subject property is generally located on the west side of Bayshore Drive, approximately 0.6 miles south of the Bayshore Drive and U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail East) intersection in Sections, 11, 14 and 23 Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. OBJECTIVE: To have the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) consider an application to amend the Windstar Planned Unit Development (PUD) that was originally approv'ed in Ordinance Number 81-40, amended in Ordinance Number 2-52. and amended again in Ordinance J\umber 93-n, that last of which was adopted on May I I. 1993. CONSIDER-'\. TJO]\'S: The petitioner is seeking to amcnd the 320.6-acre Windstar PUD to add a 20.52-aere tract that is commonly refelTed to as "the Fishelll1an's Village or fisherman's Cove tract" to the maximum allowable 549 dwelling units of the existing PliO documcnt for a total of 584 dwelling units in the newly configured 34 I .21 acre PUD project, fllr an overall addition of 26 units. As staff understands the petitioner's proposal. the applicant wishes to construct a maximum of 137 units on the fishemlan's Village tract by combining undeveloped units in the existing Windstar (438 units have been developed units (549 - 438 = II I undeveloped units) with the proposed additional 26 units (III undeveloped units + 26 new units = 137 units in fishelll1an's Village). Under the cUlTent zoning, the fishelll1an's Village CU1Tent maximum eligible density is n dwelling units based upon the maximum that would be allowable in the RMf-6 (3.5 acres) and RMf-6(3) (17.0 acres) zoning districts. The originally approved density was 1.715 units per acre; the proposed density would remain the same fi,r the overall PUD. Also proposed are accessory uses such as parking, clubhouse areas, and wet slips along Haldeman Creek. A new access point is proposed from Lakeview Drive. as well as intel11al access trom \Vindstar Boulevard. The new access point would also be available fi'r use by all other residents of thc Windstar PliD. This petition'8 PUO document incol11orates a strikethrough and underline fonl1at to address only the specific changes proposed. It has heen detc1111ined that this type of PUO amendment does not "open" the entire PUD to additional scrutiny. The fishenl1an's Village tract had several multi- family structures located on the southel11most portion: however those structures have been removed. The 20.52"'-aere tract is now undeveloped. Wlndstar, PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 Bee Page 1 of 8 ~g9rlda Ite:n No, SA " 'I "\ "0J'7 ;::P: I !~v,: .:::::u~ ~ :--'3;j8 :',; of:>:) FISCAL IMPACT: The PUD rezone, by and of itself, will have no fiscal impact on Collier County. There is no guarantee that the project, at build out, will maximize its authorized level of development, however, if the PUD rezone is approved, a portion of the existing land will be developed and the new development will result in an impact on Collier County public facilities. The County collects impact fees prior to the issuance of building pem1its to help offset the impacts of each new development on public facilities. These impact fces are used to fund projects identified in the Capital Improvement Element of the Growth Management Plan as needed to maintain adopted Level of Service (LOS) for public facilities. Additionally, in order to meet the requirements of conCUlTency management, the developer of every local development order approved by Collier County is required to pay 50 percent of the estimated Transportation Impact Fees associated with the project. Other fees collected prior to issuance of a building pe1111it include building penDit review fees and utility fees associated with connecting to the County's water and sewer system. Finally, additional revenue is generated by applying ad valorem tax rates to applicable propeliies, and that revenue is directly related to the value of improvements. Please note that the inclusion of impact fees and taxcs collected are for inf01111ational purposes only: they are 1101 included in the criteria used by Staff and the Planning Commission to analyze this petition. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Future Land Use Element: The subject propcliy is designated Urban (Urban Mixed-Use District, Urban Coastal Fringe Subdistrict) on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan (GMP). The Urban Mixed-Use District permits a variety of residential and non-residential land uses including mixed-use developments such as Planned Unit Developments. The subject site is also within the Tratlic Congestion j".rea, part of the Density Rating System, and the site is entirely within the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA) - that area lying within the Category I evacuation zone as defincd in the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Councill-lurricane Evacuation Study l'pdate. The Density Rating System provides j~)r an eligible base density of 4 dwelling units/acre (DU/A) throughout the Urban Mixed-Use District (except for the Urban Residential Fringe capped at l.5 DU/A), whether in or out of the Cl-ll-lA. But, because the site is located within the Traffic Congestion Boundary, it is subject to a I DU/ A reduction, thereby making the site eligible for an adjusted base density of 3 DU/ A. The subject petition would result in no overall increase in density in the Windstar RPUD, and it is well within the allowable gross density of 3 DU/A for the entire rUD. As with all residential rezones, density afTorded by the Density Rating System is the density that a given project is eligible f()f - it is not an entitlement for the subject petition. The Evaluation and Appraisal RepOli (EAR) recommends limiting the density to a maximum of 4 DU/A in the CHHA and replacing the Traftlc Congestion Boundary (TCB) reduction with a CHHA reduction of 1 DU/A. The result would be the same in this case- 3 DU/A. Staff therefore believes this project is consistent \\/it11 G~v1P FLUE and the GlV1P FLUiv1. Windstar, PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 BCC Page 2 of 8 :~~~n ;'0'), ,::;.6, l, "m: 1 ('I. 2CC'7 e ~ .f ~- : 1:,'1 OJ Transportation Element: Transportation staff has reviewed this project based on the current TIS guidelines and with respect to Policy 5.1 of the Collier County Growth Management Plan transportation element. The existing development trips are considered background traffic on the County roadway network. The original amendment application TIS added 72 dwelling units (later revised downward) into the Windstar PUD which is consistent with the Transportation Element of the GMP Section 5.1. The additional units can be accommodated on the adjacent roadway network in the five-year planning period. The proposed 137 dwelling unit development resulting from the additional units will be taking primary access and egress off of Lakeview Drive as well as possibly providing additional access to the existing Windstar development. Transp0l1ation staff recommends improvements to Lakeview Drive consisting of widening and improving Lakeview Drive to a minimum of 22 feet, adding a pedestrian sidewalk. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: Environmental Serviccs staff has re\iewed this pctition to address any environmental concerns. In conjunction with the recommendation from the Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) as noted below. thc Environmcntal Services staff is satisfjed that environmental issues have been adequatelyaddrcsscd. ENVIRONME!\TAL ADVISORY COUNCIL: The Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) reviewed this petition on May 3, 2006 and recommended approval by a unanimous vote with the stipulation that all mangroves along Haldeman Creek must be preserved, with the exception of the impacts caused by the boardwalks/walkovers necessary for acccss 10 docks along the shoreline of Haldeman Creek. The peD document has incorporated this requirement. Additionally, the EAC re\'iewed an SOP petition jl)r the Fishernlan's Village tract on FeblUary I. 2006 and the council unanimously recommcnded approval subject to conditions of approval recommended inlhe EAC staffrcp0l1 (included in the back up material PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Thc Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) heard this petition on July 6. 2006. Commissioner Adelstein made a motion and Commissioner Schiffer seconded the motion to approve the petition with sta11's conditions and later amended the motion to include the following stipulations added by Commissioners Strain. Adelstein and Caron: 1. The developer shall construct this project in compliance with the conceptual plan presented to the CCPC except that minor changes as desclibed in the Land Development Code (LDC) would be allowed. In any case howcver, the configurations of the buildings. roads and landscaping shown on the artistic rendering must be adhered to; and Windstar, PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 BCe Page 3 of 8 l\aenda item l\Jo. 8/:', -~ ~,prill~O_ 202~ rJage : 2 of b:) 2. The development must revise Section 2.4.E in the PUD to replace the word developer with the word owner of the 200:-acre addition; and 3. Density within the Fisherman's Village tract shall be limited to a maximum of 137 units; and 4. The county shall not issue site development plan approval until the sidewalks, street improvements, traffic calming devices and water management provisions have been designed and implemented for Lakeview Drive; and 5. The developer shall provide landscape buffers along the easterly property line that include double the amount of vegetation for the required LDC buffer; and 6. The developer shall provide a 25- foot wide bulkhead setback along the eastern and southern pOliion of the site for accessory and pIincipal structures; and 7. Actual building height of any structure shall not exceed 50 feet for any structure. 8. The developer shall not be required to provide the playground requested by Parks and Recreation. Commissioners Schiffer, Adelstein, Tuff and Midney voted for the motion; Commissioners Ko lfl at, Strain, MUITay and Caron voted against the motion, resulting in a tie vote. Another motion was made to reconsider the petition; however that vote resulted in the same tie vote. Because the CCPC vote in support of the petition failed and there was opposition stated at the CCPC hearing from the neighbors, this petition cannot be placed on the Summary Agenda. LEGAL CONSIDER<\. nONS: Staff completed a comprehensive evaluation of this land use petition and the criteria on which a detem1ination by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) must be based. The legal considerations are based upon the listed criteria in Chapter 10.03.05 and Chapter 10.02.13 of the LDC. These evaluations are completed as separate documents that were incorporated into the staff report. A summary of the legal considerations and tindings recommended by staff are noted below: ]. The suitability of the area for the type and pattern of development proposed in relation to physical characteristics of the land, surronnding areas, traffic and access, drainage, sewer, water, and other utilities. Pro: The nearby area is developed with residential uses and that is what is proposed. The pctitioncr is setting aside a preserve area and has agreed to EAC recommendations regarding mangrove protection. The project will be required to comply with all county rcgulations regarding drainage, sewer. water and other utilities and has agreed to assist in roadway improvements to Lakeview Drive. Con: The clusteling concept that will most likely be utilized by the developer for the Fishen11an's Village tract may result in a neighborhood perception that the site is being developed at a higher density project. Finding: The ",erall densltv of Windstar will remain the same. The project will be required to comply with all county rcgulations regarding drainage, sewer, water and other utilities and has agreed to assist in roadway improvements to Lakeview Drive; therefore, the project is suitable for the area. Windstar, PUDZ-2005-AR.8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 Bee Page 4 of 8 !t~iTI !'-,o, ,~:,l\, ,0,pril ~ 0, :::.'007 ~ '3 -::./65 2. Conformity of the proposed Planned Unit Development with the goals, objectivcs, and policies of the Growth Management Plan (GMP)_ Pro: County staff has reviewed this petition and has offered an in-depth analysis (see staff report) of the relevant goals, objectives and policies of the Conservation and Coastal Management Element. the Future Land Use Element and the Transportation Element of the GMP offering a recommendation that this petition be found consistent with the overall GMP. Con: Stairs analysis is subjective. Many of the goals. objective and policies do not have quantative means to measure compliance. The GMP Transportation Element Policics 5.1 and 5.2, Conservation and Coastal Management Elcment Objective 2.2, and Policy 6.1.1 and Policy 7. 1.2 contain measurable componcnts: howevcr, FLUE Policy 5.4 does not. Compatibility is more subjective. Findinu: Staff has recommended that the subjcct petition has becn found consistcnt with the goals. objectives and policies of the GMP as provided for in the adopting ordinance. Plcase sce thc staif report for a more detailed discussion. 3. Whether the proposed change will bc consistcnt with the goals, objcctives, and policies of the Futurc Land Use Elemcnt (FLUE) and Future Land Vse Map and the elcments of the Growth Managcmcnt Plan (GMP). Pro: County staff has reviewed this pctition and has offered an in-depth analysis (see staff report) of the relevant goals. objectives and policies of the Conservation & Coastal Management Elemcnt. the Futurc Land Use Elcment and the Transportation Elemcnt of the GMP offering a recommcndation that this petition be fl)und consistcnt with the ovcrall GMP. Con: NOlle. Findines: Based upon staff's rcview. thc proposcd development is in compliance with the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) of the Growth Management Plan (GMP) for Collier County and all other relevant goals. objcctivcs and policies of the GMP. 4. Whether the proposed change will adverscly influcnce living conditions in the neighborhood. Pro: The County's CU!Tenl land use policies in the FLUE support the proposed action to allow low dcnsity urban residcntial dc\clopment within the Coastal High Hazard Area. Adding Fishcrman's Village into the Windstar PUO will not result in any increase in density of the overall Windstar Pl'O: it was approved at ].7 units pCI' acre and that will remain the same. That density is well within the eligible density fl)r this area. The petitioner could seek development approval to develop tbe Fishell11an's Village with thc existing zoning. Based upon tbat zoning, 72 units would be permittcd with a maximum height limit of 35 feet. Under the current zoning the Fisherman's Village CUlTent maximum eligible density is 72 dwelling units based upon the maximum tbat would be allowable in the RMF-6 13.5 acres) and RMF-Ii(3) (170 acres) 7(ming districts. Windstar. PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 Bee Page 5 of 8 ,L:;Jenda Item [\10. S/\ L\pl'il 10 2007 PCl-;Je !4 of 65 Con: Fisherman's Village portion of the Windstar project is proposed for cluster development which is the same way the other portions of Windstar were developed. There are clusters of neighbors with large areas of open space and golf course. The clustering of Fishem1an's Village could result in a perceived (clustered) density of 6.68 units per acre (137 units -i- 20.52 acres = 6.676 units per acre). That perceived higher density may not coincide with the nearby residents' desire to maintain a lower density development. Adding additional units within the Coastal High Hazard Area may put additional persons at risk in a weather related emergency such as a hunicane or tropical stonn. Collier County Emergency Management statf offered the following comments for this project: The Winds tar RPUD is located in a Tropical Storm Surge zone, which requires evacuation during mO.')'t hurricane/tropical storm events. Adding to the residential units in this area filrther taxes an a/read.v tight evacuation and sheltering situation Hithin Collier County. While there is currentlv no impact mitigation required for Ihis, it should he noled the approval of this RPUD increases the cl'ucuatio17 and 5;/J(~ltcrjl1g requirements/or the county. Findinus: The proposed change will not adversely influence living conditions in the neighborhood because the rccommcnded development standards and other conditions for approval should ensure the least amount of adverse impact on adjacent and nearby developments. 5. \Vhether the proposed change will creatc or exccssivcly incrcase traffic congcstion or create typcs of traffic decmed incompatible with surrounding land uses becanse of peak volumcs or projectcd types of vehicular traffic, including activity during constrnction phascs of the development, or otherwise affcct public safety. Pro: Dcvelopment of the subjcct propeliy is consistent with provisions of the Transportation Element of the GMP, requiring ncighborhood connection. Both the surrounding area and Windstar are residential projects. The petitioner has agreed to participate in roadway improvements to olfset adverse dfeets the increased tramc may cause; therefore, approval of this project should not create types of tramc deemed incompatible with surrounding land uses and it should not affect the public safety. Developers who share roadway improvement costs provide an altemative taxpayer cost el'fective way to expedite roadway improvements. The GMP Transpoliation Element Policy that encourages interconncction to ncighborhoods providcs a positive effect on public safety becausc interconncctions conserve highway capacity on collector and atierial roadways. Con: As urban intensification increases and traffic traverses through more than one neighborhood, thc aCrccted property owners can experience incrcased discomfOli about safety and privacy. As noted in the stafC report, interconnection may be a misnomer in this particular instance because thc term interconnection implies that tratIlc from the Lakeview Drive residents at1d the Windstar residents would be able to traverse both ways. In this case, access is only proposed to allow Windstar traffic to use Lakeview Drive. There is no plan to allow Lakeview residents to utilizc any roadways within Windstar, thus the tem1 ""interconnection," iliay not accurately depict what is proposed. Windstar, PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 BCC Page 6 of 8 !j.:;;n f',J:.). E;',A. ': 0. 2:~I'J7 F' v; 5 of (:5 Contrary to staWs recommendation in the staff report, the Board may, therefore, find that the amendment may not be in compliance with LDC Section 4.07.02.D.3. because it could: Create traffic congestion in the streets which adjoin or lead to the PUD; or Create a threat to property or incur abnol111al public expense in areas subject to natural hazards; or Be incompatible or inconsistent with surrounding neighborhoods or areas; or Otherwise be inappropliate. The Board may, therefore, add limitations to the Lakeview Drive access to limit the access to Fishel111an'S Village residents only; and/or prohibit service vehicles such as delivery trucks from using that roadway, andlor prohibit construction traffic ti'om using Lakeview Drive. Findinus: Evaluation of this projcct took intD account the requirement for consistcncy with Policy 5. I of the Traffic Element of the GMP and was found consistent. Additionally, certain transp0l1ation improvcments for Lakeview Drive are included in the PUD document. Furthel1110re. this project will be subject tD the Concurrency Management System. The Planning Commission, with its tic vote j~)r a recommendation of approval, did not include any objections to staWs legal considerations and findings, althDugh some cDmmissioners who voted against the prDject vDiced their Dhjeetion. Such as CommissiDner Munay stated: J dOll't !hink;1 prrJl'idcs Ihe equi(I'!o the neighhors and the CO/JI/JIlllli(l', and f think it~\, an Illlnecessw~' burden to tllO.w:/()lks. A.lld huge h/(ildil1g.\'f(lir~1' closc lO single-story, there arc a 1\1101e bunch (!j'reasons why -- 1Ilatl H"Ould he disinclincd to support this. Commissioner Kolllat stated: J think a compel/;ng point is that 1\'e learned that 70 percent (!( the t{'({ffic CO/JI;'lg 011 Ba\'.',hore Drily) COIllCS (i-olll the north and !lot f,.oll/ !IIC south .Also illlercstin(,.', it lHlS - . . L pointed out that most gated cO/nll/u/lities, if'not all oj'them in Collier COIfI7(V, access the CO/JI17llfllity direc!~F fhJl71 {{ collulcrol or ortcrial road J17crej(Jre, Ifu.! criteria thot required apprOl'tJ! on [his, f questloll in that [he change )umld (/dl'erse~" ;,?(lucnce li,'ing conditions in the nel~r:;hhorl/()od o(Lakel'iew Dri1'e. And lhe proposed change Hil! crC'ilte or exce.Ysive~v increase tr{{lfic congestioll or creote l)'j)(.?S (!(tndfic deemed incol7lpatihle wilh surrounding land 1f.I,'age hecause (!fj)eak WJIIf!1lcS that pr(!iect the 0pcS (!(l'c!Jicular traffic, including actll'ity during construction phase (!( the de\Y.'lopment or otherwise a((cct puNic Sa(eI1'. Windstar, PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 Bee Page 7 of 8 iteir: I\)-J, S/~ 1 D, 2007 Page "16 of '35 RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Board of County Commissioners approve Petition PUDA-2005-AR- 8438 with the following stipulations (as recommended by the CCPC): 1. The developer shall construct this project in compliance with the conceptual plan presented to the CCPC except that minor changes as described in the Land Development Code (LDC) would be allowed. In any ease however, the configurations of the buildings, roads and landscaping shown on the artistic rendering must be adhered to; and 2. The development must revise Section 2.4.E in the PUD to replace the word developer with the word owner of the 2Qt-acre addition; and 3. Density within the Fishern1an's Village tract shall be limited to a maximum of 137 units; and 4. The county shall not issue site development plan approval until the sidewalks. street improvements, tratTlc calming devices and water management provisions have been designed and implemented for Lakeview Dlive; and 5. The developer shall provide Lmdscape butTers along the easterly prope11y line that include double the amount of vegetation for the required LDC buffer; and 6. The developer shall provide a 25- foot wide bulkhead setback along the eastel11 and southern p0l1ion oflhe site for accessory and principal structures; and 7. Actual building height of any structure shall not exceed 50 feet for any structure; and 8. The developer shall not be required to provide tl1e playground requested by Parks and Recreation. PREPARED BY: Kay Deselem. AICP, Principal Planner Department of Zoning and Land Development Review Windstar, PUDZ-2005-AR-8438 Executive Summary for September 12, 2006 Bee Page 8 of 8 .__.~___.___'" _"'M._.'~_"~'. !lerr ;~,J: 3,A, 1l :lOC? ?age i 7 of 65 SUPPLEMENT AL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438: Lakeyiew Driye of Naples, LLC, represented by Clay Brooker, of Cheffy, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson, LLP, requesting a rczone from the Residential Multiple Family-6 (RMF-6 & RMF-6(3)) zoning districts (a portion of which is subject to a Special Treatment Overlay (ST)) to the Residential Planned Unit Deyelopmcnt (RPUD) by amcnding the approved Windstar PUD to add the subject 20.52 acrcs and its additional residential units thercby allowing a maximum of 584 residential units on 34I.l acrcs. The subject property is gencrally located on the west sidc of Bayshore Drive, approximatcly 0.6 miles south of the Bayshore Driye and U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail East) intersection in Sections, 11, 14 and 23 Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. PROJECT STATUS: The Board of County Commissioncrs (BCC) originally heard this petition on September 12, 2006. The Executive Summary that was prcpared for that hearing has been ineluded in the information provided for this hcaring. At the September 12,2006 hearing. the BCC voted to continue this petition to allow the applicant's agent an oppOl1unity to address the main item of contention-access to Lakeview Drive. The BCC advised the applicant that a reiteration of the September presentation would not be acceptable; tbe BCC is only asking for any position change fi'om tbe applicant regarding access to Lakeview Drive. SUPPLEI\1EJ\'TAL ANALYSIS: The applicant's agent has not provided staff with additional information or a modifIed stance regarding access to Lakeview Drive as of today's cbte. thus stafr cannot provide any supplemental analysis. The applicant's agent will be providing inlonllation as pa11 of the oral prcsentation at the Octobcr 10, 2006 BCC meeting. PREPARED BY: Kay Deselc111, AICP. Principal Planncr DcpaJ1mcnt of Zoning & Land Development Review Wlndstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 Bee October 10, 2006 Page 1 of 1 i\cencia !':em [\0, (i.A. ~ f\prii ~:O 2007 '8 of 65 Coltf~r County ST AFF REPORT COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FROM: DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION HEARING DATE: JULY 6, 2006 SUBJECT: PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438; LAKEVIEW DRIVE OF NAPLES, LLC FOR THE WINDSTAR RPUD APPLICANT: Jack Antaramian, Managing P3Itncr Lakeview Drive of Naples, LLC 365 Fifth Ave., South, Suite 201 Naples, FL 34105 AGENTS: Clay Brooker, Esquire Cheffv, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson, LLP 821 50, Avenue, South Suite 201 l'aples, FL 34102 REOUESTED ACTION: The petitioner requests that the Collier County Planning Commissioner (CCPC) consider a rezone from the Residential Multiple Family-6 (RMF-6 & RMF-6(3)) zoning districts (a portion of which is subject to a Special Treatment Overlay (ST)) to the Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) zoning disl1ict so the land can be included in the existing Windstar PUD. GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: The entire proposed PUD subject property, consisting of the existing 320.6-acre PUD and 20.52 acres that are proposed to be added is located in Sections I I, 14, and 23, Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida (see location map on the following page). PURPOSEIDESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: The petitioner is seeking to amcnd thc 320.6-acre Windstar PUD to add a 20.52-acre tract that is commonly refen-ed to as "the Fishcl111an's Village or Fishcl111an's Cove tract" to tbe maximum allowable 549 dwelling units of the existing PUD document for a total of 584 dwelling w1its in the newly configured 341.21 acre PUD project, for an overall addition of 35 units. As staff understands the petitioner's proposal. the applicant wishes to construct a maximum of 146 units on the Fisherman's Village tract by combining undeveloped units in the existing Windstar (438 units have been developed units (549 - 438 = III undeveloped units) with the proposed Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 CCPC Page 1 of10 10,2DC)7 S c)f c;S additional 35 units (111 undeveloped units + 35 new units = 146 units in Fishennan's Village). Under thc current zoning, the Fishennan's Village current maximum eligible density is 72 dwelling units based upon the maximum that would be allowable in the RMF-6 (3.5 acres) and RIvlF-6(3) (17.0 acres) zoning districts. The originally approved density was 1.715 units per acre; the proposed density would remain the same for the overall PUD. Also proposed are accessory uses such as parking, clubhouse areas, and wet slips along Haldeman Creek. Access to serve the residents of this tract is proposed from Lakeview Drive, as well as internal access from Windstar Boulevard. This petition is incorporating a strikethrough and underline fornlat to address only the specific changes proposed. It has been deternlincd that this type of PUD amendment does not "open" the entire PUD to additional scrutiny. The Fishennan's Village tract is currently occupied with several multi- family dwellings. SURROUNDING LAND USE AND ZONING: North; Sandpiper Bay Club a developed multi-family project, with a zoning designation of RMF-6 (ST) and Naples Land Yacht Harbor. with a zoning designation of Mobile Home (MH), developed with mobile homes East: Various single-family. multi-family and mobile home uses with zoning designations of RMF-6(3), R'\IF-6 and \111 South: Han'ington Sound subdivision, a developed single-family subdivision zoned RMF-6 and Southpointe Yacht Club, a multi-family rcsidential developmcnt with a PUD zoning designation (approved at 5.81 units per acre) West: City of Naples, undeveloped land along Naples Bay AERIAL MAP GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN CONSISTENCY: Future Land Use Element: The subject propCl1y is designated Urban (Crban Mixed-Use District Urhan Coastal Flinge Subdistrict) on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-200S-AR-8438 July 6. 2006 CCPC Page 2 of 10 Ag.2ilda item !'>Jo. 8,A, Ap:';i 1(1 2007 Pads 20 of 65 Management Plan (GMP). The Urban Mixed-Use District permits a variety of residential and non-residential land uses including mixed-use developments such as Planned Unit Developments. The subject site is also within the Traffic Congestion Area, pmi of the Density Rating System, and the site is entirely within the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA) - that area lying within the Category 1 evacuation zone as defined in the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council Hunicane Evacuation Study Update. The Density Rating System provides for an eligible base density of 4 dwelling units/acre (DU/A) throughout the Urban Mixed-Use District (except for the Urban Residential Fringe capped at 1.5 DU/A), whether in or out of the CHHA. But, because the site is located within the Traffic Congestion Boundary, it is subject to a 1 DU/A reduction, thereby making the site eligible for an adjusted base density of 3 DU/A. The subject petition would result in no overall increase in density in the Windstar RPUD, and it is well within the allowable gross density of 3 DU/A for the entire PUD. As with all residential rezones, density atforded by the Density Rating System is the density that a given project is eligible for - it is not an entitlement for the subject petition. The Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) recommends limiting the density to a maximum of 4 DU/A in the CHHA and replacing the Traffic Congestion Boundary (TCB) reduction with a CHHA reduction of 1 DU/A. The result would be the same in this case- 3 DU/A. Staff therefore believes this project is consistent with GMP FLUE and the GMP FLUM. Transportation Element: Transpoliation staff has reviewed this project based on the CUlTent TIS guidelines and with respect to Policy 5.1 of the Collier County Growth Management Plan transportation clement. The existing development trips are considered background tranic on the County roadway network. The original amendment application ns added n dwelling units (later revised downward) into the Windstar PUD which is consistcnt with the Transportation Element of the GMP Section 5.1. The additional units can be accol1U110dated on the adjacent roadway network in the five-year planning period. The proposed 146 dwelling unit development resulting ti"om the additional units will be taking primary access and egress off of Lakeview Drive as well as possibly providing additional access to the existing Windstar development. Transportation staff recommends improvements to Lakeview Drive consisting of widening and improving Lakeview Drive to a minimum of 22 feet, adding a pedestrian sidewalk. ANAL YSIS: Staff completed a comprehensive evaluation of this Jand use petition and the criteria upon which a favorable detel111ination must be based. These criteria arc specifically noted in Sections 10.02.13 and 10.02.13.B.5 of the Land Devclopment Code and required staff evaluation and comment. The statf evaluation establishes a factual basis to support the recommendations of statl The Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) uses these same criteria as the basis for their recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners (BCC), who in turn, use the criteria to suppOli their action on the rezoning request. These evaluations are completed as separate documents and arc attached to the staff repOli (See Exhibit A and Exhibit B). Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A~2005-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 cepe Page 3 of 10 its~ri !-~(), 3h. Lp~.il Fi, ':':'JC7 ::ags 2: :if ':.S Environmental Review: Environmental Services statY has reviewed the petition and the RPUD document to address any environmental concerns. The Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) reviewed this petition on May 3, 2006 and recommended approval by a unanimous vote with the stipulation that all mangroves along Haldeman Creek must be preserved, with the exception of the impacts caused by the boardwalks/walkovers necessary for access to docks along the shoreline of Haldeman Creek. The PUD document has incorporated this requirement. Additionally, the EAC reviewed an SDP petition for the Fishennan's Village tract on February I. 2006 and they unanimously recommended approval subject to conditions of approval recommended in the EAC staff report. Both staff reports are attached as Exhibit C. Therefore, the Environmental Services staff is satisfied that environmental issues have been adequately addressed. Transportation Review: Transportation Division staff has reviewed the petition and the RPUD document and Master Plan that accompanies the request, and has offered new language as noted bellow for the proposed amendment to address concerns about this project's impact upon Lakeview Drive. At the time o( approl'ill o( this amelldment to the PUD Docllmellt, thc Ba1'.\)wre Gatel1'av CRA ("CRA ") plalls to improl'e or "streetscape" Lakc'I'ieH' Drive as part o( rhe redevclopmelll o( rhe arm. llie CRA, hOll'ever, hilS ,l'et ro detamille rhe /ill(ll imprm'cmcnt plans fhr LakCl'iC11' Drin', According(l', t/'c clercloper 5,1wll cOJ7trihllte to, and assi....'t llith, the il77pro\'cments to Lakn'i(:,H' [)rll'c asfolloll's: 1. Tfirhill YO davs o(approml o(this amelldmellt to the PUD Documelll (to H'it: Oil or oe(!!re , :!006). the del'eloper shall IWl' S75,1)()O to a CRA Trust FUlld designated exclllsi1'(~'(v fhr improvements to Lakel'iClI' Dril'(', lITis amount represent,,; the current {'ost (~t (1) ilJ.\'talling a shlcwulk fi'om Bayshorc Drive, H'est along the length (~lLak(Tiel1' Dril'(-:', !o the PL/D hOlfnd(/J~1': and (..:."') engineering and installing a.'pl7CIlt(iw the Hidellillg o(Lakeviell'Drin'(i-om 18(c('t ro :!2fCet. 2, The del'eloper shall engincer and de.\'ign the SlonJ11Hller mllnagement fcn'jlity fhr rhe 20. 52-acre parcel. which is the suoject of this latesr PUD amcndment, [() accept some s!orJmnllcr fi'om Lakcl'iCl\' Drive, nu, Ullloun! (f's!onmratcr rlwt call he accepted l~v the storl111n/tcr l1l(lllagcmCll{ fClci/ity ()Il the ](}.52-acre parcel llfll he determined at rhe rime o(sire del'elopmcnt 1'1(/11 appmml. Zoning Review: Rclario/lShip ro E,isting and Future Land U"es: A discussion of this relationship, as it applies specifically to Collier County's legal basis for land use planning, refcrs to the rclationship of the uses that would he pern1itted if the proposed zoning action (PUD amendment) is approvcd. ancl to the requircments or limitations set fOl1h in the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) of the Growth Management Plan (GMP). The uses were detennined to bc consistent with the GMP (and therefore compatible with the land uses that have been developed or would be developed on adjacent tracts) yvhen the original \Vindstar re70ning Windstar PUD, PUDZ~A-2005-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 cepe Page 4 of 10 P.,genda item 1\)0. SA J\priI10, 2007 Page 22 of 65 was approved, and it was already determined that the uses should be compatible with the land uses that have been developed or would be developed on adjacent tracts. As discerned from the aerial photograph, the surrounding zoning discussion and the Master Plan, the Windstar PUD is already developed with clusters of housing in a golf course setting. The surrounding area has co-existed with the existing Windstar development with seemingly little problems and no changes are proposed to the RPUD document that would allow different re-development. The property to the north of the site is separated by Haldern1an Creek; the land use to the north is also multi-family residential. To the west, this site is separated from any other uses by Naples Bay. To the south is Southpointe PUD, a multi-family project approved at 5.91 units per acre. To the east are numerous RMF-6 zoned developed subdivisions. Except for the proposed Fisherman's Village tract, the units within Windstar are separated from the development along its eastern boundary by meandering golf course greens. The Fishern1an's Village tract will be separated from the multi- and singlc- family homesites located along Lakeview Drive in Blocks 6 and 7 of Gulf Shores subdivision by a canal. Further south, the Fisherman's Village tract will directly abut a lot within Naples Grove and Truck Company Number 2 subdivision. That lot is developed with multi-family uses. The surrounding area is similarly developed with multi-family housing except for the land along the eastern boundary of the proposed Fisherman's Village tract which is single-family homes. FLUE Policy 5.4 requires new land uses to be compatible with the SUlTounding area. In reviewing the appropriateness of the requested uses/densities on the subject site, the ty1Jical compatibility analysis would include a review of both the subject proposal and sUlTounding or nearby properties as to allowed use intensities and densities, development standards (building heights, setbacks, landscape butTers, etc.), building mass, building location and orientation, architectural features, amount and type of open space and location, traffic generation/attraction. etc. [n viewing SUITounding propel1ies, gross density and/or net density might be evaluated, and density averaging might be employed. The Master Plan submitted for the entire Windstar PUD does not show project design detail. No buildings have been shown on that plan. The Master Plan is not required to show design detail such as building footprints. The master plan usually only shows general project designs such as roadway layouts and general land use tract boundaries such as residential, commercial or conservation and preservation areas. Those areas have been shown as required by LDC Section 10.cl2.13.A.1. The petitioner has provided an additional sheet entitled "Fisherman's Village," which is an aJ1istic rendering that shows a potential project layout of 137 units (stamped received 5/16/06). The petitioner has not offered to be bound in any way to this aJ1istic rendering, nor would it be appropriate for such a limitation because the rendering is not drawn to scale and staff cannot review that "plan" for compliance with the LDC. Any development plan would be required to undergo scrutiny by county staff for such compliance. The artistic rendelings shows the multi-family structures within the Fisherman's Village tract oriented more internally than externally, i.e., the structures are shown nearer the existing Windstar PUD rather than along the canal that abuts the single-family homesites along Lakeview Drive. That seems a logical choice; it allows the Fishernlan'5 Village residents to enjoy the golf course vista. Additionally, the rendering secms to show a denser butTer along the canal that Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR~8438 July 6, 2006 cepe Page 5 of 10 :~ern hb. S:~ /\~':'ir.lf), 2D07 r'c':ge 22, cd 65 separates the project from Lakeview Drive residences. Staff believes it may he appropriate to require an enhanced buffer along the canal for the Fisherman's Village tract, and would suggest that more trees and taller trees could be provided to soften the difference between the mostly single-story, single-family L ,keview Drive homesites from the proposed 40-loot tall multi- family structures that could be three or four stories high. In other areas of the Windstar PUD, the golf course or open space separate units within Windstar from its neighbors. For the Fishelman's Village tract additional trees could provide a method to compensate for open space or golf course separations that are provided elsewhere along the project boundaries. More and large trees would help internalize the project's impacts in compliance with the LDC Section 4.07.02.A & B, for PUD deSign standards regarding external and internal relationships. The Windstar PUD amendmcnt also proposes to add an access to Lakeview Drive for the project. Windstar PUD traffic could travel through the multi- and single-family homesites in Gulf Shores subdivision (north side of the road) and the multi-family uses in Naples Grove and Truck Company Number 2 subdivision (south side of the road). There is no plan to limit the use of Lakeview Drive to the residents and guests of the Fishenl1an's village tract. Any construction tratIic for FishemJan's Village, as well as any other traffic f1'om the entire Windstar peD development could potentially use Lakeview Drive. The petitioner states that due to Windstar's existing internal roadway design. it is unlikely that many other residents of Windstar would want to use Lake\'iew Drive because the existing access points provide a more direct link to Bayshore Drive. Regardless, the proposed 146 units of Fishel1Jlan'S Village that could be utilizing Lake\'icw Drive from Windstar would double the number of households (not trips) using this local roadway. There appears to be 52 units in the Gulf Shore subdivision that use Lakeview Drive and there are about 10 lots along the south side of Lakeview Drive located in the Naples Grove and Truck Company Number 2 subdivision. Some of the lots are developed and some are 110t: there is a mixture of single- and multi-family uses 011 tbe developed lots. ] fall] 0 lots were developed to the maximum allowable 6 units per acre density. there would be 60 units. Coupled with the 52 units ii'om Gulf Shore. the maximum potential build-out along Lakeview Drive would be approximately 112 units. Windstar PUD cUITently has three access points. There is one access point on Fem Street, one on Thomasson Drive and the main access point is on Bayshore Drive. Providing an interconnection li'om the existing Windstar PUD is consistent with GMP Transportation Element Policy 9.3 that states: Thc Countv shall rcquirc, lIhcrcvcr feasiblc, thc interconncction o{locol strccts between developments to/cJc;/itatc convenient movement throughOllt {he road nctlHnk However, interconnection implies that tratlic li'om the Lakeview Drive residents and the Windstar residents \vould be able to tra\'erse both ways. In this case, access is only proposed to allow Windstar trafIic to use Lakeview Drive. There is no plan to allow Lakeview residents to utilize any roadways within Windstar, thus the term "'interconnection," may not accurately depict what is proposed. Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 cepe Page 6 of 10 item I'~o, eA Aprii 10. 2007 24 of 65 Zoning and Transportation staff discussed the above noted policy to determine ways to address any negative impacts to the Lakeview Drive residents that might result with the connection, noting that Lakeview Drive is a public roadway with narrower travel lanes than what would now be required for development. If this was a new roadway within the Windstar PUD, it would have to be built to cun'ent roadway width standards. The petitioner has agreed to participate in funding of Lakeview Drive roadway improvements to widen the travel lanes and provide sidcwalks, thus the project is compliant with LDC Section 4.07.02.0.3 because it will not: Creale inconvenient or 1/Ilsa(e access to the PUD; or Create traffic congestion inlhe streets which adjoin or lead to the PUD; or Be in con(licl ,,7th Ihe intcnt or provisions o( the GMP: or Create a threat to properlr or incur abnormal public expcllSe in areas subject to natllral h(cards; or Be incompatible or ;'1consistcnt llith Sll1TOlmding neighborhoods or are(15;; or Otherwise be inappropriale. In the alternative, the Board may wish to consider limitations to the Lakeview Drive access, such as limiting the access to Fishennan's Village residents only; and/or prohibiting service vehicles such as delivery trucks from using that roadway, and/or prohibiting construction tramc !i'om using Lakeview Drive. Community Redevelopment Agency Review: The Board of County Commissioners adopted the Bayshore Mixed-Use District Overlay that includes Map No.1 that depicted the areas that are affected by the BMLlD Overlay. That map excluded existing PLlDs from the requirements of the Overlay, and in the case of the Fisherman's Village, included a notation to exclude the Fishe1111an's Village tract from the Overlay. (The map howcver does not correctly depict the Fisherman's Village tract. The pOliion of the Fisherman's Village tract north of Haldeman Creek was not included and a portion to the south of Lakeview Drive was not included. Staff is proposing a scrivener's error to correct those two oversights.) Even though the Fishel111an's Village is exempt from the requirements of the Overlay, the Lakeview Drive area is included, thus zoning staff and Community Redevelopment Agency (CRi\) staff believe it is important to ensure the Windstar PLIO incOll1orate the plans of the eRA when addressing potential negative impact to the Lakeview Drive area. Please refer to the May 24, 2006 letter from David Jackson, Executive Director of the CRA attached as Exhibit D. The Community Redevelopment Agency for the Bayshore area is working to improve this area. One project that is in the planning stage is the Lakeview Drive Beautification Project. The pending Beautilieation Project is in an early stage and the ultimate design that will be developed for Lakcview Drive has not yet been determined and the timing of the improvements is also unknown at this time. Thus staff recommends that the developer of Fisherman's Village/Windstar make monetary contributions to fund roadway improvements as noted by Transportation staff and the CRA recommendations to include widening and improving Lakcview Drive to a minimum of 22 feet Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-200S-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 CCPC Page 7 of 10 !:SnJ f'0-::1. ::::4 ~,'J:"ii i C. 2nG 7 ~5 e,f 65 of pavement width, adding a five-foot wide pedestrian sidewalk along one side of Lakeview Drive, and accommodate some or all of the future streetscape designed Lakeview Drive stormwater discharge, for quality treatment, at the Fishenl1an's Village on-site stormwater pond with the capability/capacity to be further defined as engineering infonl1ation and streetscape design is developed by the CRA and the developer of this project. There is a balance issue betwcen GMP Transportation Element Policy 9.3 and FLUE Policy 5.4. Staff understanding the need to "require, wherever feasible, the interconnection of local streets" [Policy 9.3], and still maintain the integrity of an existing neighborhood, i.e., FLUE Policy 5.4 which requires new land uses to be compatible with, and complementary to, the sUlTounding land uses. With the conditions proposed by staff to address Lakeview Drive, staff believes the project is compatible with the existing development in the neighborhood, and therefore reeommcnds that the petition be deemed consistent with that FLUE policy. Emergency Management Review: The Windstar RPLD is located in a Tropical Storm Surge zone. which requires evacuation during most hUlTieane/tropical stonn events. Adding to the residential units in this area fUliher taxes an already tight ev'aeuation and sheltering situation within Collicr County. While there is cUlTently no impact mitigation required for this. it should he noted the approval ofthis RPLD incrcases the evacuation and shelteJing requirements for the county. Historical and Archeological Review: Approval is subject to the recommendations contained in the Survey and Assessment for the Fisherman's Villagc site prepared by John Beriault (See Exhibit E). Staff has advised the petitioner that this requirement will need to be added to the PUD document. Utilities Review: This project is located within the Collier County Sewer District boundary, and shall be subject to application for and conditions associated with a sewcr availability letter from the Collier County Utilities Division. According to the GIS. there is an existing 12 inch force main east of the proposed development on Bayshore Drive. Potable water is served by the City oP\aplcs. Parks and Recreation Review: Parks and Recreation Department staff wishes to see a stipulation adoptcd as paJi of any approval of this petition. The stipulation is quoted below: 771C dC1'(Joper must f'l'iJl'ide a Consumer 1'roduCl Safi,tv Commission (C1'SC/ and American Societv fin' Testing and Materials (JSTlf! ccrtified commercial grade playground designedfl]], :}-I:} vcar old children fin' nse hv residents and guests. The p!ayground must be provided ll'ilhilJ ('OJ}llJ10l1 arca, The p/u,l'grOlll1d area must he operational l)(~f()re the issuance q( {IllY cert(ficares (~( occupallcy f()r allY residel1lialullits. Del'e/ope,. lJIllsl pnFI'ide docl/mcntation to fhe PL/Dfi/e that the playground meUs thc:;;c r('quiI"ClI/ClllS. The petitioner will not agree to the stipulation noting that he was ". . . .unable to located the GMP or LDC authority for this requircment," thus the petitioner" . . . accepts the comment as a request rather than a requirement since it is not part of any cUlTently adopted ordinance" [quote Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 July 6. 2006 cepe Page 8 of 10 !~genda ItE;:-n No. 8.1:\ i\prii i 20CJ7 Page of 65 from petitioner's agent's April 17, 2006 response to staffs review comments]; therefore, thc petitioner has opted not to include a requirement for a playground in the PUD document. NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION MEETING (NIM): The agent for the applicant held the required NIM at the East Naples Baptist Church. Approximately 180 people attended including the applicant's team and county staff. After a brief presentation of the rezone and project request, Mr. Clay Brooker of Cheffy, Passidomo, Wilson & Johnson opened the meeting for discussion. Many of the audience members voiced opposition to the requested density (137-156 units), the building height (maximum 50 feet) and the multi-family design (6 buildings), stating that the proposed project is not compatible or consistent with the prcvious conceptual site plans they had seen or the existing Windstar PUD development. Also of concern are traffic impacts to Lakevicw Drive. Further statements made by Mr. Brooker included: I. Access will continue to be provided through the existing Windstar main entrance, although there will be a "Resident's Only" entrance access from Lakeview Drive. 2. The applicant envisions approximately 34-5 I docks/wet slips will be provided along Haldeman Creek. Windstar residents will have tirst option to buy the lesser of (a) 20%, or (b) 40% of the number of docks constructed, within a 90 day sales period. 3. The Ll 00 square feet unit sizes are still conceptual. 4. Construction traf1ic will utilize Lakeview Drive. It was also stated by property owners throughout the course of the discussion that the developer has entered into two separate agrecments with the Windstar Master Association and the Windstar Club. Mr. Brooker, speaking as agent for the applicant, said he would meet with the Master Association again to clarify any confusion or misunderstanding of the issues. Mr. Charlie Thomas and Mr. Jack Fink (apparently representative of the applicant) told the audience there would be a tentative April I I th meeting held with all residcnts and thc developer. (Synopsis provided by Linda Bedtelyon, Community Planning Coordinator) RECOMMENDA TIO'\': Zoning and Land Development Review staff recommends that the Collier County Planning Commission forv-;ard Petition PUD-:&A-2004-AR-8438 to the Board of County Commissioners with a recommendation that this petition be deemed consistent with the GMP, and further that the PUD amendment be approved, with the limitations contained in the RPUD document. Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 CCPC Page 9 of 10 PREPARED BY: KAY DESELEM, AICP, PRINCIPAL PLANNER DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW DATE REVIEWED BY: MARJORIE M. STUDENT-STIRLING ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY DATE RAYMOND V. BELLOWS, MANAGER DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AJ\D LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW DATE SUSAN MURRAY. AICP. DIRECTOR DEPARPvlENT OF ZONIJ\G AND lAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW DATE APPROVED BY: JOSEPH K. SCHMITT, ADMINISTR/I.TOR DATE COl\1MliNlTY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRO:--.JMENTAl SERVICES DIVISION Tentatively schcduled lelr the September 12. 2006 Board of County Commissioners Meeting COLLIER COUNTY PLAJ\NI:--.JG COMMISSION: MARK P. STRA.fN, CHAIRMAJ\ DATE Exhibits: A. Rezonc Findings B. PliD Findings C. EAC RepOlis D. leller from David Jackson E. Historical and Archeological Survey and Assessment Windstar PUD, PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438 July 6, 2006 cepe Page 10 of 10 .Aoenda item ~~o. 8/.1., ~. /\'~)ril ~I 0,2007 Page 22 of 55 Item V. ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ST AFF REPORT MEETING OF ,2005 I. NAME OF PETlTIONERlPROJECT: Petition N 0_: Petition Name: Applicant/Developer: Engineering Consultant: Environmental Consnltant: II. LOCATION: The subject propel1y is located west of Bayshore Drive and south of US 41 abutting the City of Naples city limits in Sections I] and 14. Township 50 South. Range 25 East. Collier County, Florida. III. DESCRIPTION OF SURROUNDING PROPERTIES: ZONING DESCRIPTION N- RMF-6-ST and MH, Sandpiper Bay Club and Naples Land Yacht Harbor, residential uses S - RMF-6 and PUD Hanington Sound subdivision and Southpointe Yacht Club E- RMF-6(3), RMF-6 and MH Various residential uses w- City of Naples Undeveloped Naples Bay land along IV. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The petitioner is seeking to amend the 320.6-acre Windstar PUD to add a 20.52- acre tract that is commonly refelTed to as "the Fishennan's Village tract" for which a maximum of] 56 multi-family units were analyzed in the Traffic Impact ::::~.11 r~C'. S,l., i~,t.!r-iI10, 20C,7 ?~l;Je 2S ;)f 65 EAC Meeting Page 2 01'6 Statement and the Environmental Statement). As staff understands the petitioner's proposal, the pending proposal adds the 72 dwelling units that would be allowable in the existing Fishennan's Village tract with its RMF-6 (3.5 acres) and RMF-6(3) (17.0 acres) zoning to the allowable maximum 549 dwelling units of the existing PUD document for a total of 621 dwelling units in the newly configured 341.21 acre PUD project. The originally approved density was]. 715 units per acre; the proposed density would be 1.82 units per acre (621 units-i- 341.12 acres = 1.82 units pcr acre). Also proposed are accessory uses such as parking. clubhouse areas, and wet slips along Haldeman Creek. Access to serve the residents of this tract is proposed from Lakeview Drive, as well as intemal access li'om Windstar Boulevard. No development changes to the existing Windstar PUD are proposed. V_ GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN CONSISTENCY: Future Land Cse Element: The subject propcrty is dcsignated Urban (Urban Mixed - Use District. Urban Coastal Fringe Subdistrict) on the Future land Use Map of the Growth \1anagcmcnt Plan (GMPI. The Urban Mixed - Use District penn its a \'ariety of residential andnon-rcsidcntial land uses including mixed-use developmcnts such as Planned Unit Developments. The subject sitc is also within the Tramc Congestion Arca. pali of the Density Rating Systcm. and the site is cntirely within the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA) - that arca lying within the Catcgory I evacuation zone as deJincd in the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council Hurricane Evacuation Study Update. The Density Rating System provides for an eligible base density of 4 dwelling units/acre (DU/A) throughout the Urban - Mixed Usc District (except for the Urban Residential Fringe capped at 1.5 DVA), whether in or out of thc CHHA. But, because tbe site is located within the Traffic Congestion Boundary it is subject to a ] DU/A rcduction. thereby making the site eligible for an adjusted base density or 3 DWA. It should also be noted that the Evaluation and Appraisal Repoli (EAR) recommcnds limiting the dcnsity to a maximum of 4 DU/A in the CHHA and replacing the Tramc Congestion Boundary (TCB) rcduction with a CHHA reduction of I DU/A. The result would be the same in this casc- 3 DWA. The existing Windstar PUD provides for 549 dwelling units on 320.6:'.: acres (1.7 DU/A). The proposed Windstar RPUD seeks 621 dwelling units on 341.1:'.: acres (1.8 DU/ A). The conceptual site plan lor the additional 20.52 acres includes 138 dwelling units. Tbe subject petition would result in an overall increase in density in the Windstar RPUD. but within the allowable gross density of 3 DU/A for the entire PUO. /\s \vith all residential rezones. density afforded by the Density EAC Meeting .A.Genda It81Ti r~o. S.L\ " .^,pri! : O. 2007 Page 30 8f 65 Page 3 of 6 Rating System is the density that a given project is eligible for - it is not an entitlement; for the subject petition. FLUE Objective 7 encourages the use of smart growth principles. The applicant has addressed several of these, including a diversity of housing types, connectivity to adjacent projects, opcn spaces and pedestrian and bicycle paths. Based on the above analysis, and subject to the changes required in the last paragraph, staff concludes that the proposed development may be deemed consistent with the Future Land Use Element of the Growth Management Plan. Conservation & Coastal Manal!:ement Element: VI. MAJOR ISSUES: Stormwater Manal!:ement: Environmental: Site Description: Wetlands: Preservation Requirements: Listed Species: VII. RECOMMENDATIONS: Staff recommends approval of with the following conditions: Storm water IVlana2ement: EAC Meeting ,ll.qenG3 ~t02m ~jG. S,D, - l,,,,~,.,' I') ')rl(';7 "r" ',,-' '-'...:::.. ?age ,~1 of 1;:-;:) Page 4 of6 1. 2. Environmental: EAC Meeting /i,genja item 1\)0. 8,4 '''priI10. 2007 Page 32 of 65 Page 5 of 6 PREPARED BY: STAN CHRZANOWSKI, P.E. ENGINEERING REVIEW MANAGER ENGINEERING SERVICES DEPARTMENT DATE ROBERT C. WILEY. P.E. DATE PRINCIPAL PROJECT MANAGER TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS, DEVELOPMENT REVIEWS, RIGHT-OF-WAY PERMITTING. 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Oc cIJP' :'01'6 '1.12.1cllil(, J>..genda lism I.~o. 84 ,., '0 ^'~o7 :..,\pfL I,,'; .c.::'.J~ f--'age ,jc of 1.::;5 EXHIBIT B LEGAL DESCRIPTION (Existing Windstar Boundary Description) A tract of land lying in Sections 11, 14 and 23, Township 50 South; Range 25 East; Collier County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the north quarter corner of Section 14; Township 50 South, Range 25 East; Collier County, Florida, run S 89" 25' 40" W along the north line of said Section 14 a distance of 300.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning; thence N 00" 13' 07" W 521.19 feet, thence S 89" 34' 18"W 314.39 feet; thence S 68" 04' 16" W 897.82 feet; thence S 42" 06' 21" W 265.25 feet; thence S 42" 04' 52" W 421.60 feet to a Point of Curvature; thence 68.47 feet along the arc of a curve, concave to the southeast, having a radius of 50.00 feet and a chord having a length of 63.24 feet and bearing S 02" 50' 59" W to a Point of Reverse Curvature; thence 379.35 feet along the arc of a curve, concave to the northwest, having a radius of 200.00 feet and a chord having a length of 324.94 feet and bearing S 17" 57' 27" W to a Point of Tangency; thence S 72" 17' 43' W 209.97 feet to a Point of Curvature; thence 314.16 feet along the arc of a curve, concave to the northeast having a radius of 200.00 feet and a chord having a length of 282.79 feet and bearing N 62" 42' 17" W to a Point of Reverse Curvature; thence 80.27 feet along the arc of a curve, concave to the southwest, having a radius of 50.00 feet, and a chord having a length of 71.92 feet and bearing N 63" 41' 51" W to a Point of Tangency, thence S 70" 18' 35" W 116.55 feet to the west line of Section 14, being, also, the eastern limits of the City of Naples; thence S 00" 09' 12" E along said section line a distance of 2034.48 feet to the west quarter corner of Section 14, thence S 00" 12' 53" E 2684.71 feet to the southwest corner of Section 14; thence S 00' 14' 16" E 1348.56 feet to the southwest corner of the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 23, thence N 89' 21' 19" E along the south line of said northwest quarter of the northwest quarter a distance of 1277.37 feet to the westerly right-of-way line of Fern Street; thence N 00" 28' 44" W along said right-of- way line a distance of 1351.12 feet to the north line of said northwest quarter of the northwest quarter; thence N 89' 14' 19" E 19.60 feet to the westerly right-of-way line of Fern Street; thence N 000 13' 25" W along said right-of-way line a distance of 1332.51 feet; thence N 890 15' 16" E 1352.29 feet; thence N 89' 42' 05" E 1295.42 feet to the westerly right-of-way line of Kelly Road (Bayshore Drive); thence N 00' 17' 46" W along said right-of-way line a distance of 333.52 feet; thence S 89" 42' 44" W 1294.96 feet to the north-south quarter section line of Section 14; thence N 00' 13' 07" W along said quarter section line a distance of 2329.90 feet; thence S 89" 35' 14" W 330.45 feet; thence N 00' 13' 07" W 462.37 feet; thence N 89' 35' 11" E 30.47 feet; thence N 00" 13' 07" W 866.04 feet to the True Point of Beginning. The above describes an area of approximately 320.60 acres of land. i:em 1-.0.34 10, ~C)('7 3~) Jf 0:::5 -AND- (Fishermans Village Boundary Description) Part of the Northwest Y. of Section 14, and part of the Southwest Y. of Section 11, Township 50 South, Range 25 East, the West 330' of Lot 42, and the West 140' of Lot 47, Naples Groves and Truck Co's Little Farms No.2, as recorded in Plat Book 1, page 27, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, less and except the North 30' of Lot 47 Beginning at the North quarter corner of said Section 14; . Thence along the west boundary of the plat of Gulf Shores as recorded in Plat Book 4, page 50, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, said line also being the North and South quarter section line of Section 14, South 00. 13' 02" East 1028.84 feet to the North line of the West 140' of said Lot 47 less and except the north 30' thereof also being a point on the South right-of-way line of Lakeview Drive; Thence along said line North 89' 32' 45" East 140.00 feet to the East line of the West 140' of said Lot 47; Thence along said East line South 00' 13' 02" East 302.68 feet to the South line of said Lot 47; Thence along said South line South 89' 34' 08" West 140.00 feet to the southwest corner of said Lot 47 and a point on the boundary of the plat of Windstar as recorded in Plat Book 14, pages 11 through 15 of the public records of Collier County, Florida; Thence along the boundary of said plat of Windstar in the following Six (6) described courses; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. South 89'35'14" West 33045 feet; North 00'13'07" West 462.39 feet; North 89'35'11" East 3047 feet; North 00'13'07" West 1389.23 feet; South 89'34'18" West 314.39 feet; South 68.04'16" West 50.12 feet to the west line of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of said Section 11; Thence along said west line North 00' 13' 07" West (197.00 feet more or less to the south bank of Haldeman Creek per deed) 163.84 feet measured; Thence meander along said south bank to its intersection with the North and South quarter section line of said Section 11, and the West boundary of the plat of Demere Landing as recorded in Plat Book 4, page 14 of the public records of Collier County Florida. Said meander line being subtended by a tie line bearing North 73' 43' 39" East 68646 feet; Thence along said line South 00' 18' 15" East (164.00 feet more or less the southwest corner of said Demere Landing and the Northwest corner of said Lot 42 per deed) 180.78 measured; Thence along the north boundary of said Lot 42, North 89. 30' 34" East 330.00 feet to the east line of the West 330 feet of said Lot 42; Thence along said East line South 00. 18' 15" East 337.30 feet to the South line of said Lot 42 and the North boundary of the plat of said Gulf Shores; Agenda item ~~o. SA April 1 O. 2007 Page 40 of 65 Thence along said line South 89. 27' 51" West 330.00 feet to the Southwest corner of said Lot 42, the Northwest corner of the plat of said Gulf Shores and the North and South Quarter section line of said Section 11; Thence South 00.18' 15" East 334.79 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 20.52 acres more or less. Subject to easements and restrictions of record. 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Coletta Commissioner Fred W. Coyle Commissioner Donna Fiala Chairman Commissioner Frank Halas Commissioner Tom Henning Advisorv Board Bill Neal Chairman Karen Beatty -Ron Fowle .od Garner Chuck Gunther Phil McCabe Steve Main William Mears Lindsey Thom as eRA Staff David L. Jackson Executive Director }\.Cienda 112m No. e"A ~ Aprii 10, 2007 THE BAY S H 0 REI GAT E \'t" A Y T R I A N G L ERE D EVE LOP MEN T A R~.a,~8 42 of 65 COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 24()fl LINWOOD An:: Sl'lTE 11 :-,jl\I'LES, FL 34112 PHOl':E 239.643.1115 FAx 239.775.44.;(, May 24, 2006 RE: V./indstar PUD Amendment TO: Ms Kay Deselem, Concerning the Windstar PUD Amendment to include the Lakeview Drive of Naples, LLC development, I submit the following on behalf of the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Agency's Local Advisory Board. The topics below come from numerous meetings and discussions conceming the matters at hand as a result of the proposed development. BACKGROt:ND FACTORS: Collier Countv Imnacts (all dates are detennined): 1. Haldeman Creek Dredge - July 2006 to Jan 2007. 2. 1000+ dump truck movements to remove spoil- times 2 (truck arrival and departure). 3. Spoil vacated from Vv'indstar development site NL T Jan 2007. CRA/Bavshore Avalon MSTlJ (all dates are estimates): 1. Developmcnt of BCC/CR...A.i'MSTlJ approved residential streetscape \\'orkbook & master plan - September 2006. 2. Lakeview Drive neighborhood & o\vners streetseape design chalTette - Sep to Oct 2006. 3. Lakeviev.' Drive strcetscape design approval Jan-Feb 2007. 4. Develop construction documents and bid Mar-Jul 2007. 5. Construction Aug-Mar 200~; no latcr than issuance of Lakeview Drive of Naples. LLC e.0. by County. Lakevie\v Drive of Nallles. LLC (all dates are estimates - to be cnnfil111ed by Lakeviev.' LLC): 1. Dredge impacts listed above. '1 Begin construction Feb-T\1ar 2007. 3. Estimated completion and issue of CO. Nov-Dec 2008. The Local eRA Advisory Board agrees to the following ('A-ith final approval by eRA): I. CRA/I3ayshore MSTU work jointly to design and install Lakeviev.' Drive residential streets cape. with a monetary assist from the developer impacting Lakeview Drive. Lakeview Drive of Naplcs, LLC makes a monetary (cash) payment of$75.000.00 to assist in the installation of a side\\'alk the length of Lakeview Drive from Bayshore Drive to the PUD boundary: and engineering and installation of asphalt to widened the strcet from 18 feet to 22 feet. Payment to be made to the CRA Trust Fund no later than 90 days after PUD Amendment approval, to be deposited into the eRA. Trust Fund under 8 specific Capital Improvement Project line item: Lakcvicw Drive Streetscape. 3. Lnkeviev,' Drive ofN8ples. LLC will accept some stormwater from Lakevicw Drive streetscape improvements at their PUD on-site st0Il11\\-'ater facility, based on engineering studies and streetscape SI0r111water requirements. o For thc Bayshore Gate\\-'ny Triangle Local eRA Advisory Board, David Jackson Executive Director 239-643-1115 ~~'P;fr~:::' >~..~... ...r.."~ . ~ /..;.:....\"ff Tomorro~~ -'::~" TIJJ: J\.'\Y;':IJ(IHI"/C.-\Tl \X',\\, TRJ:\N(;J.F IZ 1':1) I,:V 1-: 1.0 J>1\1 1-:l\:T .\IZI-:-I ~ 4 (I k L I \: \\' (l () n i\ v J..: SUI T J.: 1\ .-1 l' I.I'.S. J- I. ,411:; l: l"\lT 11 1'llO\JI': 2,') ()'-I.) 1115 l'ACSlr..llI.F 2..~9 -:-75 4456 Ijem 1")0 8/:.. Dni'jl ~'I 'lnrl7 p'~ge ';'3 ;f65 NARRATIVE DESCRIPTION OF REZONE REQUEST This rezone petition proposes to Aannex@ a 20.52-acre parcel of land (the AProperty@) into the existing Windstar PUD. The Property abuts the northeast corner of the Windstar PUD and is generally bounded on the north and west by Haldeman Creek and the Windstar PUD, respectively. To the east and south are single family and multi-family zoning districts, which districts permit development at densities of four and six units per acre, respectively. The Property is currently zoned residential multi-family. The majority of the property (approximately 17 acres) may be developed, under the current zoning, at a density of up to three units per acre (RMF-6(3)), although the southern portion of the property (approximately 3.5 acres) is eligible for a density of up to six units per acre (RMF-6). The rezone petition seeks an increase in the maximum number of units permitted in the Windstar PUD, after the Property is added, from 549 to 584. This increase in the permitted number of units \\~ll not result in a corresponding increase in density due to the addition of the 20.52 acres. In other words, the rezone petition does not propose an increase in the already-approved density of 1.71 units per acre for the Windstar PUD. This proposed densit), is significantly lower than the three-unit-per-acre densit), permitted by the Grm,th Management Plan. The proposed rezone will not change the general uses permitted on the Propertv. If the rezone petition is approved, the Propert:, may be developed with single or multi-family residential structures, just as it may be developed under the current zoning. These uses are compatible \\ith the single and multi-family residential de\'elopment surrounding the Property. The proposed location of the residential structures on the Property is buffered from surrounding development b)' golf course fairways to the \\'est and south, and by water bodies (canal and Haldeman Creek) to the east and north. The proposed maximum height of the residential structures is 40 feet, which is the existing maximum height for all residential structures in Windstar. Access to the Property \\ill be prmided by the existing main entrance to the Windstar development (and then \ia Windstar Boulevard and Haldeman Creek Driw) and by a proposed, gated entrance/exit at the west end of Lakcview Driw (where Lake\iew Drive currently dead-ends). The proposed new road through the Property will be connected to Haldeman Creek Drive at the property line between the existing Windstar PUD and the Property, thereby imprm'ing circulation inside the Windstar development. It should be noted that the roadwa)' connection between the existing Windstar dewlopment and the Property was planned in 1993, when the current PUD Document was approved by the County, and is shown on the plat approwd for the Windstar property. Dock slips, the number of \\'hich will be consistent with the Manatee Protection Plan, are el1\isioned along the shoreline of Haldeman Creek (and possibly along the canal abutting the east side of the Property). 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O:::l.LJ _~ C>UlN S<(~"-' W:I:<< :;:toz W'" ll::<D ~'" f'J..;]enc:a :~em ['00. 8..0.. l\~j:l! 10. 2CKi7 F'::lg~ 4~ of c5 WINDSTAR A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AND SUPPORTING MASTER PLAN GOVERNING WINDSTAR, A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PURSUANT TO PROVISIONS OF THE COLLIER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE PRE:PARED FOR: INS RC,'\L TY, INC. WlNDSTAR O~J N,^,PLES B,^.Y 1090 H.'\LDEM'\N CRE~K DRIVE N,^,PLES, FL 3396:2 LEGAL COUNSE:L: PORTER, WRIGHT, MORRIS & I\RTHUR 1501 TNAIAM-l TR/\IL, NORTH SUITE 100 N~~,R--J394G PREPARED BY: COASTAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC. 3105 S. HORSESHOE DRIVE NAPLES, FL 33942 CEG-FlbE-NG..9U2-1- {October;y., 19921 AMENDED BY: Revised 3/16107 Revised 3116/07 CHEFFY, PASSIDOMO, WILSON & JOHNSON. LLP 821 5th AVENUE SOUTH, SUITE 201 NAPLES, FLORIDA 34102 (April 2006) ,A,qenda ITem ~~o. SA ~ April 10, 2007 Page 46 of \::5 Existino PUD Ordinance ~JumbGr:No,umtor: 93-23 Date approved bv BeC: 5/11/93 Date amendment rev'd tv ccpe: Date amendment approved tv BCC: Ordinance No.: ,L..~--""-'~'a i(""'m No "A '::f-"''',l\p;.j'! liD 2'o'L;7 ?C1;ie ~7 of 65 TABLE OF CONTENTS Paqe STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE SECTION I SECTION II SECTION III SECTION IV SECTION V SECTION VI EXHIBIT A EXHIBIT B EXHIBIT C 1 PROPERTY O'NNERSHIP &LEGAL AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION 2 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT 3i RESIDENTIAL TRACTS e2 GOLF COURSE AND OPEN SPACE TRACTS BAND R 911 CONSERVATION/PRESERVE, TRACT Q 44Jl. DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENTS +2H. PUD MASTER PLAN LEGAL DESCRIPTION LOCATION MAP THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES EXISTING PUD ORDINANCES REGARDING WINDSTAR. Revised 3/16/07 Agenda Ite'Tl I\io SA April 10, 2007 Page 48 oi 65 WINOSTJ'.R PUO STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE The development of approximately ;>20.@6341.12 acres of property in Collier County, as a Planned Unit Development known as Windstar, is in compliance with the goals, objectives and policies of Collier County as set forth in the Growth Management Plan. The residential, recreational, and other development authorized herein will be consistent with the growth policies, land development regulations and applicable comprehensive planning objectives of each of the elements of the Growth Management Plan in effect at the time of approval by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners for the following reasons: Rosidontial Proioot 1. The subject property is within the Urban Coastal Frinqe Subdistrict of the Urban Mixed Use District Residential land lJGO dosignation as identified on the Future Land Use Map as required in Objective 1, Policy 5.1 and Policy 5.3 of the Future Land Use Element. 2. The subject property's location in relation to existing or proposed community facilities and services permits the development's residential density as required in Objective 2 of the Future Land Use Element. .1. The project deveiopment is compatible and complementary to existing and future surrounding land uses as required in Policy 5.4 of the Future Land Use Element. 4. Existinq and f~uture improvements are or will be pi::lnnod to be in compliance with all curront .:md then-applicable land development regulations as set forih in the Growth Management Plan and amendments thereto. 5. The project development results in an efficient and economicai extension of community facilities and services as required in Policies 3.1.H and L of the Future Land Use Element. 6. The project development incorporates a natural system for water management in accordance with their natural functions and capabilities as required by Objective 1.5 of the Drainage Sub-Element of the Public Facilities Element. 7. The maximum density is less than ~~ dwelling units per acre and is in compliance with the Future Land Use Element of the Growth Management Plan, based on the followinq relationships to required criieria:o Base Densitv: Traffic Conqestion Area: Maximum permitted densitv: 4 u/a -1 u/a 3 u/a 8. The project includes extensive open space in the form of a golf course and incorporates natural features to provide a high quality of life for its residents. Short Title This Clrdincmoo sh:J1I be---kflewn-and-citoo....as-..the--Wifldstar-l2laAAed Unit Developmefll Ordin::mco. Revised 3/16/07 '12:-ij >1::::,. Sf.;:., ~J, ~~,)Ci7 P3;!c; !;:; :i CS SECTION I LEGAL AND GENERALPROPERTY O'NNERSIolIP .^.ND DESCRIPTION 1.1 PURPOSE The purpose of this section is to set forth the location and ownership of the property, and to describe the existing conditions of the property being developed under the project name of Windstar. 1.2 PROPERTY OWNERSHIP When the Countv initiallv approved the PUD in 1981, the property was owned bv Whisperlnq Pines, Inc. Since that time, the property has been owned, at different times, bv Windstar Development Corporation and WS Realtv, Inc, The Countv has approved many subdivisions within the PUD, and the various lots and tracts have been sold and developed. As of the date of this latest PUD amendment. the propertv within the PUD is owned by numerous entities and individuals. The 20.52.acre parcel, which is the subiect of this latest PUD amendment. is owned bv Lakevlew Drive of Naples, LLC.+ne-stll:ljest proporty iE currontl" undo' the ownerGhip of \!'IS RO::llt", Ino" ~()90 H::lldem::ln CroGI~ Gri/o, ~J::lple&;-F~~ 1,3 LEGAL DESCRIPTION A tract of land Ivinq in Sections 11, 14 and 23, Township 50 South, Ranqe 25 East; Collier County, Florida, beinq more particularlv described as follows: "Windstar," a subdivision reoorded on Plat Book 14, Pages 11 through 15 of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida. 1.4 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY AREA The project site contains ~341.12 acres and is located in lands lying within SectionE. 11, 14 and 23, Township 50 South, Range 25 East. The property is bounded on the north by Haldeman Creek; on the east by Bayshore Drive, lands zoned RMF-6, MHRP, Fern Street and the Harrington Sound subdivision; on the south by the Southpointe PUD; and on the west by lands within the City of Naples. 1.5 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Windstar is a bayfront golf course community. Collier Countv +ne-P-YG-.sefliflg-was originally approved the PUD ~ier--Geuffiy-with Petition R-81-8C on ACJgust 25, 1981, by adoptinq croat:ng-Ordinance No. 81-40. The County approved amendments to the PUD on Julv 13 1982 (Ordinanoe No. 82-54) and on Mav 11,1993 (Ordinance No, 93-231. -The Plat of Windstar is recorded in Collier County Plat Book 14, Pages 11 through 15. The projeot's main entrance is on Bayshore Drive and the internal road system is served by Windstar Boulevard, the main east-west road, Haldeman Creek Drive and Yacht Harbor Drive provide access to tracts north and south of Windstar Boulevard Revised 3116107 2 It~m !'~o. 8.A. "VII 10 20[,7 Page 50 of 65 respectively. A secondarv entrance is provided at Lakeview Drive. lighthouse Lane provides access to the Harrington Sound subdivision. The maximum number of dwelling units for the project will be 5B4M9 units, resulting in a gross density of 1.71 units per acre. The Fisherman's Villaae Tract shall be limited to a maximum of 137 units. 1.6 ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT A phase one archaeoloqical assessment of the 20.52-acre tract. which is the subject of this latest amendment to the Windstar PUD, resulted in the discoverv of one archaeoloqical site, the Haldeman Creek Midden. 8CR926. The Haldeman Creek Midden, 8CR926 is disturbed prehistoric midden partiallv exposed by a "V"-shaped cut in the north bank of Haldeman Creek. The midden does not exceed two feet elevation above the surroundina manarove swamp. Most of the exposed material appears to be compacted oyster shell with other shell species intermixed. The area has been partiallv filled with spoil presumably from Haldeman Creek, and that material leveled. To the north of the site is a small bayou that miaht have been part of the oriqinal channel of Haldeman Creek. A partial wall fraqment of a hafted Busvcon hammer was surface collected from the site. No other artifacts or ceramics were observed. This site may be the remnants of a small round to oval-shaped midden ridqe parallelinq Haldeman Creek a distance east of its iuncture with Naples Bay. The visible portion of this site is about 30 feet north-south by 50 feet east-west, or approximately 1500 square feet in total. Site 8CR926 is a disturbed, formative period shell midden, and is of local sianificance. There is insufficient data to determine whether the site is potentially eliGible for listina on the National ReGister of Historic Places. The northern part of the 20.52-acre tract that encompasses the site is not proposed for deyelopment and will be part of a preserve area. However. if the area of the site is to be impacted, then phase two testinG is recommended to determine the full site extent and siqnificance. Any improvements to the preserve will require an archaeoloqical manaqement plan. 1.7 SHORT TITLE This ordinance shall be known and cited as the 'Windstar Planned Unit Development Ordinance." Revised 3/16107 3 ~l~m f'-lo_ 8.4 :\:xiI10 2007 ?3ge E lJ: 65 SECTION II PROJECT DEVELOPMENT 2.1 PURPOSE The purpose of this Section is to delineate and generally describe the project plan of development, relationships to applicable County ordinances and the respective land uses of the tracts included in the project. 2.2 GENERAL A. Regulations for development of Windstar shall be in accordance with the contents of this document, PUD"Planned Unit Development District and other applicable sections and parts of the Coliier County Land Development Code in effect at the time of building permit application. Where these PUD regulations fail to provide developmental standards, then the provisions of the most similar district in the Coliier County Land Development Code shali apply. B. Unless otherwise noted. the definitions of all terms shall be the same as the definitions set forth in Collier County Land Development Code in effect at the time of building permit application. C. The development permitted by the approval of this petition will be subject to review under the applicable provisions in effect at the time development permits are requested. 2.3 DESCRIPTION OF THE PUD Iv1ASTER PLAN The PUD lv1aster Plan, including layout of streets and uses of land for the various tracts, is illustrated graphically by the PUD lv1aster Plan, attached hereto as Exhibit A. 2.4 PROJECT DENSITY No more than the maximum of 584~49 dwelling units shall be constructed in the total project area. The Fisherman's Villaqe Tract shall be limited to a maximum of 137 units. The gross project area is ~341.12 acres. The gross project density, therefore, will be a maximum of 1.71 units per acre. 2.5 RELATED PROJECT PLAN APPROVAL REQUIREIv1ENTS Prior to recording the Subdivision Plat, and/or approval of a Condominium Plat, final plans shall receive approval of the appropriate Collier County governmental agency to insure compliance with the PUD lv1aster Plan, the Coilier County Land Development Code and the platting laws of the State of Florida. Revised 3116107 4 ,L,genda ;tsm t\jo. SA Apri) 10. :2007 52 of 65 2.6 MODEL HOMES AND SALES FACILITIES Model homes/model home centers, sales centers and administrative offices shall be permitted in conjunction with the promotion of the development subject to the applicable provisions set forth in the Collier County Land Development Code. 2.7 TRACT S A temporary sales center and administrative office shall be permitted on the tract desiqnated "S" on the PUD Master Plan. subiect to the applicable provisions set forth in the Land Development Code. 2.+~ AMENDMENTS TO PUD DOCUMENT OR PUD MASTER PLAN Amendments may be made tp the PUD as provided in the Collier County Land Development Code. 2.~g ASSOCIATION OF PROPERTY OWNERS FOR COMMON AREA MAINTENANCE With reqard to t+he land areas and recreation amenities whose ownership and maintenance responsibility is a common interest to all subsequent purchasers of property within said development in which the common interest Is located, a Master Property Owners' Association has been established. the functions of which include responsibilitv the dovalopar hac providad the appropriato legal--instrumeRls-fgl"--the a8tabliehment of a Master Property Ownerc /\ssoci::Jtion whoso function includes j3r-evisiGFlS-for the perpetual care and maintenance of those common faciiities and open space. The Master Properlv Owners' Association is qoverned and bound by the document This documefll.-is..-known as the "Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Windstar" as oriqinallv recorded in Collier County O.R. Book 1075, Pages 736-755. Revised 3116/07 5 Aq?n~j3 ::em !\lo. Sb, ~ ~O.2C)C)7 F-'.:;gs :::3 of SS SECTION III RESIDENTIAL TRACTS: C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, 0, PJ 3.1 PURPOSE The purpose of this Section is to identify specific development standards for areas designated on the PUD Master Plan as residential tracts. 3.2 MAXIMUM DWELLING UNITS Tracts designated for residential uses shall be developed in accordance with the standards set forth in the Collier County Land Development Code and the development regulations established in this ordinance provided the total number of dwelling units for the entire Windstar PUD does not exceed M>l584. 3.3 USES PERMITTED The type of principal use that characterizes the initial development of any tract shall be carried throughout the development of that entire tract. No building or structure, or pari thereof, shall be erected, altered or used, or land used, in whole or part, for other than the following. A. Principal Uses: 1. Single Family Detached 2. Patio Home (Zero Lot Line) 3. Duplex 4. Townhouse 5. Villas, Multi-famiiy 6. Recreation Community Facilities (See B.2 below) B. Accessory Uses: 1. Customary accessory uses and structures, including carpol1s, garages, patios, pools, spas, tennis courts, playgrounds, decks, fences and other accessory uses that are typically associated with similar principal uses per tile Land Development Code. 2. Recreational community facilities that serve as an integral part of a residential tract and have been designated, reviewed and approved on a site development plan or Preliminary Subdivision Plat for that development. Recreational facilities may include, but are not limited to, clubhouses and swimming pools. 3. Small buildings, enclosures, or other structures constructed for purposes of maintenance, service or shelter. , .,. ~I-€IQocks, piers, boardwalks or other such facilities constructed for purposes of providino water access to residents of the proiectlako aOOGee. Revised 3116/07 G Agenda item ~~:'J. ,SA April 10, 2007 Page ::,4 of 65 3.4 DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS PERMITTED USE TYPE "I" SINGLE- TYPE "II" PATIO TYPE "III" TYPE "IV" MUL TI- STANDARDS FAMILY HOME/ZERO LOT TOWNHOUSE FAMILY VILLAS LINE/DUPLEX Minimum Land Area Per Dwellina UnIt ~ 3000 SF 2500 SF 2000SF Site or Lot Width Min. 50 FT 30 FT 25 FT N/A Avo, Front Yard Setback 20 FT 20 FT 20 FT 20 FT PrinciDal Front Yard Setbnck 1Q..IT 10 FT 10 FT 1Q..IT Accessorv Side Yard Setback. o FT OR A MIN. OF 6 OFT ORAMIN, OF 6 o FT FOR GOLF Prlncloal 7 Yo FT FT FT COURSE' ALL OTHER 10 FT Side Yald SetbacK. o FT OR A MIN. OF 6 OFT ORAMIN, OF 6 o FT FOR GOLF Accessorv 7 Yz FT FT FT COURSE' ALL OTHER 10 FT Rear Yard Setback. OFT FOR GOLF OFT FOR GOLF OFT FOR GOLF o FT FOR GOLF Princioal COURSE' ALL COURSE' ALL COURSE' ALL COURSE' ALL OTHER OTHERS 15 FT OTHERS 15 FT OTHERS 15 FT 20 FT Rear Yard Setback OFT FOR GOLF o FT FOR GOLF o FT FOR GOLF o FT FOR GOLF Accessorv COURSE: ALL COURSE; ALL OTHER COURSE' ALL COURSE' ALL OTHERS 10FT 10 FT OTHERS 10FT OTHERS 10 FT Max, BuildinQ 30 FT 30 FT 40 FT 40 FT Heioht (Section 3.7.8) Distance Between 20' OR A DISTANCE Principal Structures N/A N/A !'!i6 EOUAL TO Y, THE SUM OF THE BUILDING HEIGHTS. WHICHEVER IS GREATER Floor Area 1 STORY-BOD SF 1 STORY-BOO SF Minimum/DwellinQ Unit 1000 SF 900 SF 2 OR 3 STORY-1200 2 OR 3 STORY-1200 SF SF WITH AT LEAST WITH AT LEAST BOO BOO SF ON 1" FLOOR SF ON 1"'1 FLOOR la~e Se!back fram 3.5' .contour. Principal 20 FT 20 FT 20 FT 20 FT (minimum of 25 ft on the eastern or southem pgundaries of Tract T) lake Setb8ck from 3.5' 20 FT OR 0 FT WITH o FT OR o FT OR o FT OR STRUCTURAL Contour Accessorv BULKHEAD STRUCTURAL STRLJCTURAL INTRLJSION UP TO 10 INTRLJSlON UP TO 10 INTRLJSION LJP TO 10 ET AL~QW~D vtlTt! (minimum of 25 ft on the FT A~LOWED WITH FT ALLOWEDWITiT- BULKHEADS eastern or souHlem BULKHEADS BULKHEADS bOLfndaries of Tract Tl Min. PJ9..tl!.:Qi-WAV N/A UNLESS NJA L.lIJbsSlSl Easement Widths for 40 FT PLATTED PLATTED N/A Platted R03ds with Vallev RIGHT-OF-WAY, RIGHT-OF-WAY. Gulter Or Curb and Gutter THEN 40 FT THEN 40 FT Revised 3/16/07 7 _L.cen::Ja item !\[o. S/\ - ,t,o:-il ~ O. :::'J07 r::age ~5 of 65 TYP. "II" P.P.MITT.D TYPj;"I" r,',TIO I-lOM6IZERG TYPE "III' T'J'f"'G "1\/" .lJ..g,e aTIlt>JQ^RDg gjl>lGL. F~MIL Y WTLJNEI~ TO\'\/~II~O"SIi ~.1~b.TJ r;1I~1IlY'JIll^S .-----Mi-Alinum--k-and --- ^ r92 Pm tJ"9t1ina IJnit ,90G .F ,GOO-&!' ---- 2iMJ-&j; 2GgQgji ~ilg 9J:-bet Widt-h Min. AV9~ ..5()'F1' lG-l'+ "HT W,^. Franl Yan:l Sete3e!;, PriRGf~~ 2HT 2GH '.-- .---,'!~ 20n FrOAt4-arG gotl3a:~:, ^.GGBGSGry 1HT ---1G-f-1' 10-1'+ _ 1()..R' ~iQe-4'-aRil 9 H FO~ Setba<*,PrmGi-pal .-- Q F"TOR '\ OF..:r..GR-A G~URSEcALL --: ~'FT ~1IN. Of 13 I:"T MI~l OF e fT G+H~ ai~FQ 9 FT f'0R S~tbaGk,- AWeS69Ff ---- G F+-G"-A eFT OR ^ GGkf'-.GOURSEi ALL ;- 1~ fT MIl'!. Of (3 I:"T MIN,...Q~..f-1= 01'HER-1M-1' Re8-f--4'-a-F9 OF-T-l'QR -.. o FT FOR I o=R o H F0R Setback, Pf-irtci~al GOlF-GQIJRSr;;..Abb GGbl'-GGblRSC'i-Abb ~Abb GGbl'-GOURSErAL~ O+J.I.Rg 18 H OlFlERS-.1S.g G+MeRS 1e FT OTHER-2GF-j: Rc~r Y3n~i o FT V"R O-FT--FOR _ ....0.fCT-I'GR Q F+-rog Setback,AG-Gesoory GOLFCOURSl;cALL GGbF-GG-blR~E: ^ LL GG~ GGld"-GGUM,,-;-ALb G+H~++ OTH=R 10 n G+W€R. 10FT GTHERS 10 n ----M-d~i_IdiHfl I 101ei€lAt J-O-F-:r: I . 30 FT 1ll++ 1 iJ-i+ Ql6taA&e I I --20'QR-A , I ~8h"eell rrinGip::JI l)f~T-ANCt,,--tiQUAb--+O gw- ~---+-l-4E-SUM-GF--+r--l1; BUIlDING HEIGHTS, --~ WHICHE-VER-IS N/A WA NfA G~ -- Floor Area 1 "TOR+- ~ 1STDRY-800 MlnimuRitQwelliA~it 80Q-S~ SF -.20R4 ~.--2~=.;) S+G~C g~\^/ITH &-~G---a-F--W,j::r-M -------.---- "1 LE ".2:1 ggg gF ClN M-LEAST-llOQ-SF ON -; [:)QQ.-&F= 900-&!' l......FLOOR l".P-L-QGR L-ake-0etbaGk from--J;5'--Gootour, .-._---- PBAei~1 20FT 20 FT 2Q FT 20FT loake-SetbaGk- o FTOR --._.--O-i'-WR -. Q FT Or;( frOm 3.5' Contour, &+RYC:ruRAh ~TR"CT' 'R^'... STRUCTURAL AGGeS6Gry I ~JTRIJ~ION I 'P TO 1-0 IN1'RUSION-UP'fO 10 INTRUSIOI>I-Uf'.TG-'lO .------:lO-f-+-GR-G F+AbbGWI?[)-WHH FT ALLOWED WITH FT..ALLGWI?G-Wlr+! F.:r.WI+H8bllKHEAQ BUlKHEADS 8lJlKf.lr;AQS _GAGS Mi~gHI-e~ r'I'''' 1 't'llES:? ~IIA-\JNl-ESS 1M;"]) EasemoRt \~Ijdths for . PI..A++i'.9 PlA TIED l2laUaEl-ReaElS4l;lith-Valtey I RIGHT-OF- -~.--RIG"T-QI'- GIJUer-.or -Cur-band Gutter I WAY, W-A>t" .. --40-F-1' Tllefl 10 FT .. THHI 1Q FT -NIA NOTE: Unless utherwise indicl:lted, development standards Clpply to princip8! structures. Front yard setbacks ShDIt be measured 35 follows: Revised 3/16/07 8 Aqenda Item ~~o. 8A - Apn110, 2007 Page 56 of 65 (1) If the parcells served by a public or private rlghl-of-wnY, selbnck Is measured from the adjacent right-of-way line. (2) If the parcel is served by a non.platted private drlve, setback is measured from the back of curb, valley guttar or edge of pavement. (3) If the parcells served by a platted private drIve, sotback is measurod from the road easement or property line. 3.5 OFF-STREET PARKING AND LOADING REQUIREMENTS As required by Division 2.0 of the Collier County Land Development Code in effect at the time of building permit application. No recreational or commercial vehicle parking is allowed within residential tracts. Parking within principal structures is permitted. 3.6 HOUSING TYPES A. Sinole Familv: A building which contains only one dwelling unit and is intended, designed, used and occupied by no more than one family. B. Patio (Zero Lot Line): A structure in which one wall is concurrent with a side property line and the required minimum six foot side yard is shifted to the non-zero side lot line. C, Duplex: Means a housing structure containing two dwelling units either vertically or horizontally attached. D, Sinole Familv Attached/Townhouse/Row House: Multiple family structure which includes a series of three or more single family vertically attached housing units having no separate dwelling unit above another May be more than one story, but no more than three habitable floors, E. Villas: Multiple family structure containing three or more dwelling units both vertically and horizontally attached typically with dwelling units over dwelling units having irregular shaped exterior walls, F. Multiple Familv: A group of three or more dwelling units within a single conventional building, attached side by side, or one above another, or both, and wherein each dwelling unit may be individually owned or leased but the land on which the building is located is under common or single ownership. 3.7 BUILDING HEIGHT A The vertical distance measured from the first finished floor to the highest point of the roof surface of the flat or Bermuda roof, to the deck line of a mansard roof and to the mean height level between eaves and ridge of gable, hip and gambrel roofs. Where minimum floor elevations in flood prone areas have been established by law, the building height shall be measured from such required minimum floor elevations. (See Section 4.02.01.D.1 and 2,-2~~ of the Land Development Code, "Exclusion from Height Limits" and "Off-Street Parking Within a Building") Revised 3/16/07 9 Item No. 8A A~'ril 10. :lJCi7 Page 57 of f;5 fL Tract T onlv: Actual buildinq heiqht of any structure shall not exceed 50 feet. 3.8 TRACT I GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE FACILITIES A portion of Tract I may be used as the location of a golf course maintenance facilities and effluent reuse pumping facilities. At such time as the golf course maintenance facilities are no longer used, the area shall revert to a residential tract as provided for by Section III. 3,9 TRACTT A. The veqetation buffer alona the easterlv property line shall contain double the number of plantinas (but not double the heiaht) otherwise required bv the LDC. fL Tract T shall be developed in qeneral compliance with the Fisherman's Villaqe Master Plan, prepared bv Urban Desiqn Network, dated February 7, 2007, except that minor adiustments and chanqes in the LDC are permitted, In anv case, however, the qeneral confiquration of the buildinas, roads and landscapina must be adhered to. Revised 3/16107 10 A.genda item No. SA .l\priI10.2007 Page :;8 of 65 SECTION IV GOLF COURSE AND OPEN SPACE TRACTS TRACTS B AN D R 4.1 PURPOSE The purpose of this section is to set forth the development plan and development standards for the areas designated as Tract B, Goif Course and Tract R, Open Space, on the PUD Master Plan, Exhibit "A". The primary function and purpose of this tract is to provide golf course, open space, and recreational facilities. All native vegetation has been preserved and protected where possible. 4.2 USES PERMITTED No building or structure or part thereof, shall be erected, altered or used, or land used, in whole or in part, for other than the following: A. Principai Uses: 1. Golf Courses 2. Lakes and Water Management Facilities 3. Open Spaces/Nature Preserves (Conservation Area) 4. Pedestrian and bicycle paths or other similar facilities constructed for purposes of access to or passage through the common's areas. 5. Small-4Qocks, piers, boardwaiks, or other such facilities constructed for purposes of providinq water access to residents of the proiect.bayfroni-of lake--access. B. Permitted Accessory Uses and Structures 1. Clubhouse, pro-shop, practice driving range and other customary accessory uses of golf courses, or other recreational facilities. 2. Facilities for the preparation and serving of food and beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) for the exclusive use of patrons of the golf course or other associated recreation amenities. The sale of recreational equipment and associated wearing apparel, related to the golf course or other permitted recreational facilities. 3. Small build'lngs, enclosures or other structures constructedioR for the purpose of maintenance, storage, recreation or shelter with appropriate screening and landscaping. Revised 3/16/07 11 :!em ~'>lQ, 3,~ ':\;yil '10 2007 Page ~,9 of 65 4. Shuffleboard courts, tennis courts, swimming pools, playgrounds, and other types of facilities intended for outdoor recreation. 4.3 DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS A. Overall site design shall be harmonious in terms of landscaping, enclosure of structures, iocation of access streets and parking areas and location and treatment of buffer areas. B. Lighting facilities shall be arranged in a manner which will protect roadways and neighboring properties from direct glare or other interference. C. A site development plan meeting all of the Development Regulations shall be required in accordance with Soction 2.5 of this PUD Document. D. Maximum Height: Forty-six (46) feet with the building height as defined in Article 6 of the Land Development Coda. E. Minimum Off-Street Parking and Loading: (1.s required by GMsie~ of the Land Development Code, in effect at the time of building permit application. F. Buildings shall be setback a minimum of 30' from abutting residential tracts outside this PUD, and the setback area shall be appropriately landscaped and maintained as a buffer zone. Revised 3/16/07 12 l'.,genc3 item t-.Jo. SA ,A,priI10,2007 ~la;Je 60 of 65 SECTION V CONSERVATION/PRESERVE TRACT Q 5.1 PURPOSE Conservation/Preserve Area - The purpose is to preserve and protect the native vegetation and naturally functioning habitat, such as wetlands, in their natural state. 5.2 USES PERMITTED No building or structure or part thereof shall be erected, altered or used, or land used, in whole or in part, for other than the following, subject to local, regional, state and federal permits when required: A. Principal Uses 1. Open Spaces/Nature 2. ~moll dockc, pion:: or b~oardwalks and other such facilities for the purpose of providinq water access for residents of the project, subject to appropriate approvals by permitting agencies. B. Permitting Accessory Uses and Structures Accessory uses and structures customarily associated with the uses permitted in this District. Revised 3/16107 13 !~2m f'Jo. e-b., "!O 2007 F;3ge 61 of 65 SECTION VI DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENTS 6.1 PURPOSE The purpose of this Section is to set forth the development commitments for the development of Windstar. 6.2 GENERAL All facilities shall be constructed in strict accordance with Final Site Development Plans, Final Subdivision Plans and all applicable state and local laws, codes, and regulations applicable to this PUD in effect at the time of local final development order or building permit application. Except where specifically noted or stated otherwise, the standards and specifications of the Land Development Code shall apply to this project even if the land within the PUD is not to be platted. The developer, his successor and assigns, shall be responsible for the commitments outlined in this document. The developer and all subsequent landowners are hereby placed on notice that they are required to satisfy the requirements of all applicable County ordinances or codes in effect prior to or concurrent with any subsequent development order relating to this site. This includes, but is not limited to, Subdivision Master Plans, Site Development Pians and any other application that will result in the issuance of final local development order or building permit. 6.3 PUD MASTER PLAN A. Exhibit A: The PU D Master Plan reflects existing conditions and site improvements made since approval of the original Windstar PU D {Ordinance No. 81-40J...Qn..-was Clpprovod August 25, 1981, and since approval of the amendments to the Windstar PUD (Ordinance Nos. 82-54 and 93-23) on Julv 13, 1982 and Mav 11, 1993, respective Iv. The PUD Master Plan is also consistent with the Plat of Windstar as recorded in Collier County Piat Book 14, pages 11 through 15. B. All necessary easements, dedications, or other instruments have been, or shall be granted to insure the continued operation and maintenance of ail service utilities and all common areas in the project. Revised 3/16107 14 .l\genda item No. SA r,pcll 10, 2D07 Page ~;2 of 65 6.4 TRANSPORTATION The development of this PUD Master Plan shall be subject to and governed by the following conditions: A. All adjacent projects that desire a connection to the Windstar PUD shall also have access from a public road where geographically feasible. All streets shall remain private with controlled access. B. The deveioper shall provide a fair share contribution toward the capital cost of traffic signal on Bayshore Drive at the main project entrance when deemed warranted by Collier County. The signal will be owned, operated and maintained by Collier County. C. Windstar Boulevard west from Bayshore Drive to the intersection with Haldeman Creek Drive shall be four-Ianed. Lighthouse Lane will serve as access to the Harrington Sound subdivision, and Yacht Harbor Drive will provide access to the Southpointe PUD. D. Ingress/egress shall be provided to the sixteen residential units iocated in the City of Naples parcel west of the clubhouse. ];.,. Prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancv for anv unit within Tract T, the developer shall provide an emerqencv inqress/eqress point at the terminus of Lakeview Drive. The desiqn and specific location of the access point shall be subiect to review and approval of the applicable fire control district and Countv Emerqencv Manaqement staff. 6.5 ACCESSORY STRUCTURES Accessory structures shall be constructed simultaneously with, or following the construction of, the principal structure except as allowed in the Land Development Code and for construction sHe-elfise-aflG-related-faGilit4es-such os Project .A,dministrotive Offices ond R-rojeGt-Saioc Officecof the Temporary Sales Center and Administrative Office on Tract S. 6.6 SIGNS All signs shall be in accordance with Division 2.5 of the Collier County Land Development Code. 6.7 ENViRONMENTAL If gopher tortoise burrows (active, inactive alld/or abandoned) are located on site, they shall be indicated on the Site Development Pian or Preliminary Subdivision Plat and field verified by Collier County Project Review Services Environmental Staff. Management pians and/or permits from Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission (if appropriate) shall be submitted to Project Review Services Environmental Staff for review and approval. Areas of retained native vegetation may serve as potential gopher tortoise relocation areas, if applicable. Revised 3116107 15 h~e;lcja Itsm r",o. S.b. l:~lril -1G. 2D07 Page Ei3 of ,35 The conservation/preserve tract shall be recorded on a replat or a separate easement in favor of Collier County with no responsibility for maintenance and subject to protective covenants as per or similar to Chapter 704, Section 704.06 of the Florida Statutes. The applicant shall be required to remove all prohibited exotic vegetation on site and to prevent the reinvasion of prohibited exotic vegetation by maintaining the site exotic free in perpetuity. The 20.52-acre parcel. which is the subiect of the 2007 PUD amendment. shall be consistent with the applicable environmental provisions of the Growth Manaqement Plan Conservation and Coastal Manaqement Element (CCMEl and the Land Development Code in effect at the time of final development order approval. Ail manqroves trees alonq Haldeman Creek shall be preserved, except that impacts caused to those manqrove trees bv the boardwalkslwalkovers necessarv for access to docks alonq the shoreline of Haldeman Creek shall be allowed. 6.8 UTILITIES A. Future sewage coilection and transmission facilities to serve the project are to be designed, constructed, conveyed, owned and maintained in accordance with gIl aoplicable Countv Collier County OrdiA8AGO No. gg 713, ClC 3mondod, 3nd other apl3iiooblo Count)' ordinances, rules and regulations. B. Ail customers connecting to the sewage collection facilities will be customers of the County and wiil be billed by the County in accordance with the County's established rates. C. Utility construction documents for future sewerage systems shall be consistent with all applicable GBIlief--County Ordin3nco ~Jo. gg 713, :ls--amem:lod, Gnd othor apI31iGal3le..County,.ordinances. rules and regulations. The Developer's Engineer shail meet with the County staff prior to commencing preparation of construction drawings, so that all aspects of any future sewerage system design can be coordinated with the County's sewer master plan. D. Design computations for future projects shall be prepared and submitted to the County and shall contain, but not be limited to, data on sewage flow rate, number of contributing sources, minimum and maximum flows anticipated per rUIl between manholes and the corresponding depths of flow, velocity and a minimum and maximum flow condition, recommended pipe slopes, and any additional computations consistent with ail applicable Coilior County-OrdiAanBe.:,&.-88 76 DC ::Jlllondee ordinances, rules and requlations. F;\wrgocs\UT\GC8\AntaramjflH\WlfltJ.&ta~ _r;-: _Rs':eHffi\A4A6&lflr--P-UD Dncurn en!.' "pr;! Revisod 3/16107 16 ,Il,genda 1tem No. SA ADiii 10, 2007 F"age E>:l of tiS ORDINANCE NO. 07- AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORlDA, AMENDING ORDINl\NCE Nu"MBER 04-41, AS AMENDED, TIffi COLLIER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, WHICH INCLUDES THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING REGULATIONS FOR THE UNINCORPOR.A.TED AREA OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORlDA, BY AMENDING TIffi APPROPRIATE ZONING ATLAS MAP OR MAPS BY CHANGING TIffi ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY FROM PLANN"ED UNlT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AND RESIDENTIAL MULTI- FAMILY-6 (RMF) AND RMF-6(3) TO RESIDENTIAL PLANNED lJ'KIT DEVELOPMENT (RPUD) FOR A PROJECT KNOWN AS WlNDST.A.R RPUD, FOR PROPERTY GENER.A.LLY LOCATED ON THE W~ST SIDE OF BAYSHORE DRIVE, APPROXIMATELY 0.6 MILES SOUTH OF THE BAYSHORE DRlVE AND U.S. 4] (TAMIAMI TRAIL EAST) INTERSECTION IN SECTIONS 11, 14 A-ND 23, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, R.A.NGE 25 EAST, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, CO).!SISTING OF 20.52 ACRES; PROVIDING FOR A PARTIAL REPEAL OF ORDINANCE "lUMBER 93-23, TIlE WINDSTAR PUD; AND BY PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 'V'HEREAS, Clay C. Booker of Cheffy, Passidomo Wilson & Johnson, LLP, representing Lakeview Drive of Naples LLC, petitioned the Board of COUllty Commissioners, in Petition No. PUDZ-A-2005-AR-8438, to change the zoning classification 0-; the herein described real property. NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDANED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORlDA that: SECTIO).! ON'E: The zoning classification of the herein described real property located in Sections 11, 14 and 23, Towuship 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida, is changed from Planned Unit Development crUD) and Residential Multi-Farnily-6 (RMF) and RMF-6(3) to Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) in accordance \\'ith the additions and deletions to Ordinance Number 93-23, the \\~indstar PUD, as reflected in the RPUD Document, attached hereto as Exhibit "A," which is incorporated herein and by reference made part hereof. The appropriate zoning atlas map or maps as described in Ordinance Number 04-41, as amended, the Collier County Land Development Code, is/are hereby amended accordingly. SECTION TWO: Ordinance Number 93-23, knOV\iTI as the V/indstar PL7D, adopted on May 11, 1993 by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, is hereby repealed only to the extent that the Words 5tRlel' t:Areugh are deleted; words underlined are added. Page 1 of2 !\,genda item ]'-Jo. 8/\ April 10, 2007 Page 65 of 65 Ordinance is inconsistent \-vith the additions and deletions set forth in the Windstar RPUD Document attached hereto as Exhibit "A." All other provisions of Ordinance Nmnber 93-23 shall remain in full force and effect. SECTION THREE: This Ordinance shall become effective upon filing 'With the Department of State. PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by super-majority vote by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, this _ day of .2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUJ\TY, FLORIDA BY; JA.MES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN Deputy Clerk Approved as to form and legal sufficiency i1Vvc.yiA.0 )'11. ilrll aU.4 -~ MarjorieM. Student-Stirling (S Assistant County Attomey Ot-CI'S.OO440/4 Words sti'Usl: tRrSHga are deleted; words underlined are added. Page 2 of2 ,A.oenda Item No, 88 ~ April 10. 2007 Page 1 of 27 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Petition SNR.2007.AR-11244, The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, represented by Joseph Crowley, Jr., requesting a street name change. The application proposes to change to Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard that portion of West Boulevard on the north side of Seagate Drive to its intersection with Pelican Bay Boulevard. The street is located In the southernmost section of Pelican Bay, just north of Seagate Drive and west of the Tamiami Trail North (US Rt. 41), Section 9, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. OBJECTIVE: That the Collier County Board of County Commissioners approve the Resolution renaming West Boulevard; as depicted in Plat Book 12, of thc Public Records of Collicr County, Florida, to Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard. CONSIDERA nONS: The Petitioner has met the requirements for requesting a street name change and thc proposed name does not duplicate an existing strcet name in Collier County. Of the 8 owners of property abutting the strcct in question, 8 have granted their approval of the change. .-- FISCAL IMPACT: Fiscal impact will be incurred in the j<mn of staff timc spent noting changes on plats by the Engineering Services Department and addressing records by the Addressing Department. Fiscal impact to fire, police (Sheriffs Officc), Post Office, EMS, and 91] Emergency Services will be incurred in the form of costs to update records and maps. The Petitioner will bear the cost of replacing the sign(s). GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMI'ACT: The renaming ofthe street will have no impact on the Growth Management Plan. PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION (CCPC): The Collier County Planning Commission does not review street name change petitions. STAFF ANALYSIS: As of March 29, 2007, staff has received 7 letters of objection from property owners with access off of West Boulevard, but whose lots do not ahut the street. There are eight property owners with lots abutting West Boulevard, including common property owned by Bridge. Way Villas Association, Inc. and all signed the petition to request that the above described street, West Boulevard, be changed to Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard. There are no residences located directly on West Boulevard. The majority of the letters of objection are from residents who are a part of the Bridge- Way Villas Homeowners Association, but whose single-family lots do not abut West Boulevard.. The association forwarded the County !caeI' of notification of the proposed ,- change to their residents. The County is legally required to notily only property owners abutting Agenda Item No. 88 April 10. 2007 Page 2 of 27 the street in question. Please see attached aerials showing propelty owners abutting west side of West Boulevard. The ordinance governing Street Name Changes (Ord. 03-14) does not provide staff with any criteria to assess either the reason for the proposed change or the objections of the property owners. Staff therefore consistently renders a recommendation of approval and the Board takes any objections into consideration when making the decision to approve or deny the change. ST AFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Collier County Board of County Commissioners approve the Resolution renaming West Boulevard; as depicted in Plat Book 12, of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, to Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard. 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'"'. ~ ,L\pril ~i 0, 2007 ;:'age 5 of 27 BlairAshley From: HABSohn@aol.com Sent: Friday, March 23, 20074:14 PM To: BlairAshley Subject: Petition SNR-2007-AR-11244 In response to the notice of March 19, 2007 of the consideration to rename West Boulevard In Pelican Bay to Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard, we, as residents of the Bridgeway Villas in Pelican Bay and daily users of West Boulevard, oppose renaming this street. Even though Ms. Daniels is an upstanding citizen and great benefactor of Coiiier County, we think the name West Boulevard is simple and easy to pronounce and spell. How many maps would need to be remade? Are the street signs big enough to handle that long a name without making the letters so small that senior citizens couldn't read it? Please leave name West Boulevard as is. Harriett Sohn 638 Bridgeway Lane Naples, FI. 34108 Phone 239-591-1034 ************************************** AOL now offers free email to everyone. Find out more about what's free from AOL at hllp:l/www.aol.com. 3/26/2007 BlairAshley From: Sent: To: Subject: Agenda it9m r-Jo. 33 Api!! 10. 2007 Paoe 6 of ~7 William the 5th Iwbadams@webtvnet] Wednesday, March 28, 2007 12:50 PM BlairAshley RE-NAMING OF WEST BOULEVARD Dear Ashlcy Blair, Please allow this to serve as our absolute opposition to Ule re-naming of West Blvd. With all due ..espects to Myra Daniels and he.. admi..able accomplishments....'u..ely the many accolades she has ..eceived have been enough. In addition, we have the Daniels Pavilion at the Philharmonic. ln sho..t, the ..e-naming of West Blvd. would ce..tainly add conln,ion to" county where endless street names change at 41 and other roads. Also to be considered a..e the GPS systems many people a..e now opting 10.. whcn purchasing new automobiles. Thank you for allowing us to express OUI' concerns and opposition. Very truly yours, William B. Admns and Janles E. Charlton 645 Bridgeway Lone Naples, PL 34018 513-9293 ""prl"P"(1P~ tpf 18 .1-\'..<...- u2; ':'\t:il'11 . '~'. :s ~ Aprii 10, 2007 Page 7 of 27 BlairAshley From: Stan Farb [stan4mignon@earthlink.net] Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 936 AM To: BlairAshley Subject: Re-naming of West Blvd. That Myra Janco Daniels has made an immense contribution to the Naples community and deserves to be honored is a given. Yet renaming West Blvd. for her would make giving of directions tedious for those of us living in Bridgeway Villas. On the east side of the Philharmonic complex is a segment of Ridgewood Avenue that might better be re-named to honor Ms. Daniels. Thanks for your consideration. 3/28/2007 BlairAshley To: Subject: A2en:::!a 1t'2m ~4o_ 88 - ;\pl-il 10, 2007 ~Jage 8 of 27 Tom Gessner RE: Your letter on renaming West Blvd, MI'. and Mrs. Gessner, I have received your email and will include it in my submittal to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration. Thank you. Ashley lllair, Senior Planner Collier County Government Department of Zoning & Land Development Review 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, Florida 34104 (239)213-2942 Fax: (239) 530-6353 .----Origfnal Messa~sc----- From: Tom Gessner [maiIto:lgessner@comcast.netJ Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 5:29 PM To: BlairAshley Subject: Your letter on renaming West Blvd, I hope that you arc kidding about this request. I \vould hazard a guess that even Myra would not want this long name on such a short BJvd. If you must rename it, I would suggest lIMyra'l roau, Please dOll't rnake direction giving any more diificult for us old folks than necessary. Tom & Pat Gessner 626 Bl'idgcway Lane acro!'lS the sh'ed for IIWesel bJvcf.!! ^.qendrag~llrm ~B - ,April 10. 2007 Page 9 of 27 BlairAshley From: WPSohn@aol.com Sent: Monday, March 26,200711:18 AM To: BlairAshley Subject: Name change Dear Ashley: I oppose changing the name of West Blvd, Can you Imagine telling a HispaniC Pizza delivery person to turn on Myra Janco Daniel's Boulevard? That has 25 lellers in it and is hard to say slowly let alone quickly, How about two nice permanent plaques mounted in slone on either end stating that this is also known as Myra Janco Daniel's Boulevard. I was talking with someone who knows Myra and they said they did not think she would want the street name changed, Has anyone asked her about how she feels? Respectfully, William P Sohn 638 Bridgeway Lane (In Bridgeway Villas) Naples, FL 34108 239-591-1034 ************************************** AOL now offers free email to everyone. Find out more about what's free from AOL at http://www.aol.com. 3/26/2007 ;.Jsn..5.<;LlJ.m11Rf. !is ~ ;,~Fil 10,2007 Page "10 of 27 BlairAshley From: mneinc@aol.com Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007646 PM To: BlairAshley Cc: FrankHalas@colliergovnet Subject: Petition SNR-2007-AR-11244 Renaming West Boulevard. This ia an appalling idea. Plainly if Ms Daniels wants a street named after her the logical choice is Ridgewood Drive, which leads into the front and the open side of the Philharmonic and would be much more imposing. West Boulevard Is the access or egress to garages (soon to be built) and the delivery area for the Philharmonic. Not exactly architectural highlights of the structure and hardly suitable for someone of Ms Daniels apparent standing. If we are individual property owners on West Boulevard as stated in your letter, then al160 of us in Bridgeway have a vote which will surely override the Phil. We should be polled since the street is so important to us. MYRA JANCO DANIELS BOULEVARD is an enormOllS mouthful. Cramming ail those letters on a street sign will result in one of two outcomes - very small largely illegibie letters or a very large sign. Not aestheticaily or directlonaily desirable. After ail Ms Daniels is not exactly a household name akin to Martin Luther King. How would such a change be implemented? West Boulevard is critical to directions for accessing Bridgeway. When would new maps (paper and electronic) pick up the change. Who would cover the costs? Can we be sure there would be no confusion with Danieis Parkway further north? The Board of County Commissioners should turn down this pelition and teil the Phil to come back again with Ridgewood if they really feel Ms Daniels has earned such recognition. Why wouldn't they just name the whole Phil after her. Much more suitable. Why do 60 households have to be put through the wringer for one person's glorification? Martin & Elizabeth Shoults 617 Bridgeway Lane Naples, FI. 34108 ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com. 3/29/2007 "00n.1""2::,J Ipr b~b ." ~ l,-,dl~111 ~. 0 ~ l\pril "10, 20C;7 Page 1 'I of 27 BlairAshley From: Darcy Cox [darcy.c@comcast.netj Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 20074:49 PM To: BlalrAshley Cc: HalasFrank Subject: Petition SNR-2007-AR-11244 Dear Ms. Blair: We were shocked to receive notification from your office that the County is considering renaming our block of West Bouievard. We are very unhappy with this proposal. Our entire community of Bridgeway Vilias -- 60 homes -- has a single entrancelexit onto this block of West Boulevard. We are the only community that MUST use West Boulevard to get to our homes. (unlike the institutions who ok'd the petition .- the Phil, Waterside, Sl. Williams Church, etc. -- NONE of whom have their primary entrances on West. No wonder they have no probiem with it). This renaming is a poor idea and will cause confusion and hardship for the following reasons -- 1) It is already confusing to people looking for our location -- they must turn onto Sea gate (which is also labelled Pine Ridge); or onto Pelican Bay Boulevard (but NOT the Pelican Bay Boulevard which intersects US 41 three miles further north). So now they would need to also know that our block of West Is not West either. Ridiculousl 2) The proposed name is long and difficult to convey You can't beat "West" for clarity when giving out directions. 3) Daniels Boulevard is easily confused with a very major street to the north of us in Ft. Myers. in this age of automobile navigation systems and Mapquest, not to speak of current road maps, thiS is sure to cause all sorts of confusion with delivery services, emergency services, and visitors. 4) With all due respect to Ms. Daniels' cultural contributions, is she a figure of such wide public importance? An event space at the Phil is already named after her (the Myra J. Daniels Pavilion). Perhaps the Phil itself or the Art Museum would i1ke to pay further respects to her by naming themselves after her. Why change a county road and put a residential community of 60 househoids through such hassles? In the strongest terms, we urge the Board of County CommiSSioners to turn down this petition. Dr. John & Mrs. Darcy Cox 650 Bridgeway Lane Naples, FL 34108 3/29/2007 BlairAshley [.,'::Jsnda :tS'T: f,jo. ,:;3 ~, A~li'111 D 2007 Pa28 ,2 ofn From: Sent: To: Subject: Larry Kownacki [paws64@comcast.net] Thursday, March 29, 200711:14 AM BlairAshley West Blvd Name Change Good morning Ashley, We recently I'eceived a letter concerning the proposed name change for West Blvd, As home owners in Ilridgeway Villas, we feel the name change is not necessary with all due respect to Myra Janco Daniel.<;:, We do not have any information as to the persoll behind the name Myra Janco Daniels. In addition, the proposed sh'ed name is too long and not easy to remcm bel' in our opinion. If it is necessary to rename the sh'ect for some reason unknown to us, perhaps a shorter version Iike !lDaniels Blvdll may be more appropriate. Thank you for your consideration. Best Regards, Lawrence and Michelle KOWllacki Bridgeway Villas, Owner 1 !>/'i" <~cj !!(Jm NCI A:jril F; 'J'" COLLIER COUNTY BCiAfW OF ::>JUNT\' C,():,1MISSIONERS Item Number: ltem$ummary: i ni~i I!~,m reqlw'" Ii',;ll "i' r_ldrW;-~"1 I'; be swsrn :" ann ;On pc-<rk ti:<;~losl.no iJ;' j)rY.'!-J"lG ill' :: ~)rn;lW S"'" ~lernL\U'" S,-jF: ,,2G.~7 ..i-Y' ,,11 >;l4 ri,G - t\t- Pt.i1hilrlll'-'I1IC ::f'11er fG' t~'IE' ."-..':5 rCp"e~en'(:d t'Jy JClSHpr ':,row""\' I~ req,HJS1'n;; a S1r,J'i'ni'l:ne c;I-'ClI",W T-,e _".1)1"'(::;:'011 v.:psse,' \C c: ar!'.K in My;;" J:J:" .\; [JarM'" bCl1lh'il'C ii-al 1)(" "'I': Co! .....'.,,':,s.. 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D.uClI 1 'J 2007 ~~'3ge 14 'Jf27 A RESOLCTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMJ\;1ISSIONERS OF COLLIER COL'NTY, FLORIDA, RENAMING THAT PORTION OF WEST BOULEVARD, :-IORTR OF SEA GATE DRIVE AND SOUTH Of PELICAN BAY BOULEVARD, TO MYRA JANCO DANIELS BOULEVARD, WIDCR STREET IS LOCATED L'< PELICAN BAY llJ'<'IT ONE, SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 49 SOUTH, R~'1GE 25 EAST, COLLIER COUl'iTY, FLORIDA; .~'ID PROVIDING .~'I EFFECTIVE DATE. \\1IEREAS, the legislature of the State of Florida by enacting Section 336.05, Florida Statutes, has conferred on all cDunties in Hodda the p0\.ver to name or rename streets and roads. except for cerrain slate roads; and VlI-IEREAS, the County pursuant thereto bas adopted Collier County Ordinance 2003-14, codified as Chapter 22, Article X, of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Florida, ".,;hich establishes criteria and procedures to rename streets or roads; and \\'HEREAS, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners (Board), has held a public hearing after providing notice as required by smd ordinance and has considered the advisability of granting the application of Joseph Crowley, agent for petitioner, Philharmonic Center For The Arts, 10 rename that portion of\Vest Boulevarcl.., north of Seagate Drive and south or Pelican Bay Boulevard, as depicted on the plat of Pelican Bay {..rnit One, recorded in Plat Book 12, Pages 47, c-t seq., of the Public Records of Coll:er Count)'. Florida. to \1yra Janco Daniels Boulevard, as illustrated on the auached Exhibit A; 2.nd 'i\.'HEREAS. dle Board ha.<; deren-nine-d that all criteria and requirements set forth 1TI Chapter 22, Article X, have becr:t m~t. specifically those set fortll in Section 22-357 as follows: "Public notification process v;kn re-nuning streets or raad'i//ays: The administralive official shall conduct at least one neighborbood informational meeting. This meeting shall be held 30 days prior to the above public hearing. The .location of the neighborhood infonnation meeting should be reasonably convenient to those propeny owners affected by the renaming of the stTeet or and the facilities shall be or suffJciem size to accommodate expe.cted attendance. The admin,istJative official shall cause a display advertisement, in type. no smalle-r than 12 point and said advertisement shall Dot be placed i:1 that portion of the ne'".spaper where legal notices and classified advenisements appcar. The advertiseme.nt shall state the purpose, location, and time of the me:eLing and shall be placed with a newspaper of general circulation in the county at least seven days prior to the neighborhood informational meeting." Vi'HERE'<\S, the Board finds lllat there is no other slree[ in incorporated or unincorporated Comer County \vith the same name or any similar sounding name as is being requested. NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COC1\'TY COMMISSiONeRS OF COLLiER COUNTY, FLORIDA that: Effective this datE\ the nar'1C of that portion of West Boulevard, described in the abov~ recitals and depicted in Plat Book 12, Pages 47, el seq., of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida is changed to Myra Jaileo Daniels Boulevard, and is confirn)ed as such. Page I of 2 /:;'lend3 ltem ['\jQ. 88 . ,b,p:-1110,2007 ?age -;5 of 27 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution be recorded in the Public Records of Collier County, Florida., and refer~ncr;:;d upon the maps of the street and zoning atlases of Collier County, and the above-referenced Plat. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and super-majority vote this _ day of .2007. ATIEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA Bv: , Deputy Clerk By: JAMES COLETIA, CHAIRMAN Appr ed and 1 aI Jeffrey Manag. Page 2 of2 ,L:.JJenc:a itsm No. eB - April 10, 20C7 PCJ;1<3 16 of 27 SNR-2007-1\R-11244-:MYRA JANCO D,.o\.,.'JIELS BOULEVARD .~ f' 'Q) 1ft! \~. "'.'. '\'."" \~ ~\ \"",;-.~\\( \.@ '0 ",; r:." \ \ /" . - , C.,:C~' I kfu . ,V\ \ :/":/ ;:,': "',/., -~. ''"~"''',,:, \\,/.. \ \, /.,'.~ f (, ~ >. .- ." .~/'9r:r~~', "17\~ 1 I' ~.~ ~ '" _.j" ;; 'Sol '.-@:, "'/'4''''13'11, ~ .1,' !..... j 7" It ~ ./ ,!,...-:- ~ 1'~! ' '" ~)~';;:'r;o , 'j'. t'/. 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" . , .' r --~"~ 'I' - - ;;-' ~ ----- ~ " I I r ., " - - - - 19' .."-.' k ~ ~:~ ~ ", ", ;1.. e ~'I_t~_ " ';:-.-'::11.ii_V;;"I'J ~I _ _ _ _----'..l 10 Ii ,.. '-1 1- :(~) :~-" .";~ ~ .,~~L9 (i) O 7 'R_1l1,f:jJenda 1t~n1 No. 88 S:-lR-2 0 -.~ - !-\pril 10, 2Cl07 PROJECT #19990140 Paae 17 of 27 DATE: 2/13/07 ~ ASHLEY BLAIR STREET NAME CHANGE PROCEDURES Collier County Ordinance No. 2003-14 states that anyone wishing to rename a County street must submit a petition of fifty percent plus one of the property owners abutting the street to be renamed. The proposed name may not duplicate an existing name. Applicants must verify with the Addressing Section of the Collier County Planning Department (239-403-2482) that the proposed name is not a duplication prior to submitting the application. The application should be forwarded with a cover letter describing the proposed change to: Dept. of Zoning & Land Development Review Application Processing Community Development Services 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 341 04 The application must include the followinq: 1. A petition signed by fifty percent plus one of the property owners abutting the street to be renamed, (A list of property owners should be obtained from the Collier County Property Appraisers Office.) 2. A site plan of the street to be renamed, showing the length of the street in tenths of miles, the location and number of street signs, and the zoning of abutting properties. 3. The legal description, including section, township, range, and subdivision (as applicable), of the abutting properties. Application for Street N:ame Change _ Revised June 2006 Page 1 of 6 ,.1{;2rJcia Item t-Jo. ~JB 6,prii 10.2007 Page ~8of27 4. The reason for requesting the change. ..c' 5. Electronic copy of all documents and plans. 6. Fees for Street Name Change (Platted): .. $500.00 Review Fee .. $1.00 (one) for each property owner requiring notification of the proposed name change .. $120.00 Fire Prevention & Control review fee .. $363.00 Legal Advertising Fees for BCC meeting (estimated amount to be reconciled against actual legal advertising billing from Naples Daily News at the completion of the project) (Submit one check for entire amount made payable to Board of County Commissioners) COLUER COUNTY GOVERNMENT DEPT. OF ZONING & lAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW WWW.COLLlERGOV.NET ~ \0 2800 NORTH HORSESHOE DRIVE NAPlES, FLORIDA 34104 (239) 403-2400 FAX (239) 643-6968 STREIT NAME CHANGE APPLICATION I SNR AR# PROJECf NAME PROJECf NUMBER DATE PROCESSED ASSIGNED PLANNER [ S:-IR-2007-AR-llc44 PROJECT #19990140 DA TE: 2/13/07 ASHLEY BLAIR ] L J APPLICANT INFORMATION Application fOor Street N3IIU: Change - Revised June 2006 Pa.,oe 2 nf6 A;lenda ito2m No. 88 April 'iO, 2007 NAME OF APPLlCANT(S) _::Ehilha~Ct-i;('" Cz;NIe-~ rDK .tH,: AR-l~e 19 of 27 ADDRESS~~7 fiu~~B1dCITYJ4A.LLE:S __STATE FL ZIP_B'-h~ TELEPHONE# ,5cn-IUJ. CElL # FAX# 5'97-Slb3 E-MAIL ADDRESS: NAME OF AGENT ~'5e==f2b- ~ c'eo~ ~ ADDRESS 5"333 VFU~12o/---Bh..dc,TY N/tvU--S STATELL- ZIP3~/()g TELEPHONE# ;;2.5Y-~7~'5 CELL# ;2.."i>9-~~~FAX# 9=l7-'!Jllo3 E-MAIL ADDRESS: j Co R..c~.) \~_@-=f::b~~~ - _ASSOCIATIONS J Complete the following for all Association(s) affiliated with this petition. Provide additional sheets if necessary. NAME OF HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION: PC:l..i~ B?o.Y h:~I1~tJ MAILING ADDRESS ~5-il~L1CA,J B"'t'f 13l,rJcITY J1Ap~ STATE +-L-._ liP .2.3.1 C::::'3 NAME OF MASTER ASSOCIATION: 6ft-ME t+-2-f\'j>>c.v G MAILING ADDRESS CITY STATE _ ZIP __ NAME OF CIVIC ASSOCIATION: MAILING ADDRESS CITY STATE _ ZIP __ "Be aware that Collier County has lobbyist regulations. Guide yourself accordingly and ensure that yon are in compliance with these regulations. ~-_. PROPOSED CHANGE Application for Street Name ~oe - Revised. June 2006 P.age30f6 .!'.,gen,ja ft~m 1'10. 28 /\nriI10, 20D7 CURRENT NAME OF Page 20 of 27 STREET _!.d E-'5...I... 1:7\vd. ~0R.J:B ('\'\=" s=sr~P.-\"F:- bR\ \J E"" PROPOSED STREET NAML_M'::Lf;a..J A"'c.o J2I\N'ie.lS~ud--,-_____ STREET IN QUESTION IS: ~ public, or 0 private REASON FOR PROPOSED CHANGE I Q \"c..,..d"- +Ire.. r",~~. ~ CLC "1:>1= +\-.e IJ,P,PL6 =Ph:(\h~l"tclJ;C'J Cc;.).I'TG'R.. A"5 f'AR.+ 6-f: -+l,.,~s ~e-r:+(:{'" ,-p_.te.~"'l'lJ-i<.\.J _ n+ --H:.-.e ;;2.-~ ,A'Wh \Je.RS':"~ =F. +he. 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Approximate length of street: _-,,-~~Number of parcels or lots abutting street: "7,6 Total Number of property owners abutting street to be renamed: ~ 0 c... 0 --~-------- Total Number of property owners signing petition to change street name: ___!f~__ . :rP/h Percentage of property owners signing petition: 1L~___ Applk:ation foz-Streetl\-ame Change-Re'l;ised Jnne2006 Pa",_4of6 ,!.I,genda 11em No. c:g April '10, 20C;7 PagE: 21 of 27 Applicant ~ does, or 0 does not, agree to pay cost of street sign replacement for public street, (approx. $100.00 per sign) LOCATION List legal description(s) of properties abutting the street to be renamed. (Attach additional pages if necessary) Subdivision: :i?FL~ hli=\::L.-_ Unit No. \ Tract No. \>0KCE-LS B f\- \-\ b c... Section/Township/Range: ~/ u,9-__/_7_b Subdivision: Unit No. Tract No. Section/Township/ Range: __I ____I ---- ApplicatiGn fur Street Name Chan.,oe - Revised.Jun.e 2006 Page5of6 c p..genda 11em I'Jo. 88 ;<;;; i;;r;; I PETITION TO: THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA SNR-2007-AR-11244 PROJECT #19990140 DA TE: 2/13/07 ASHLEY BLAIR THE UNDERSIGNED PETITIONERS HEREBY REQUEST THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE FOLLOWING STREET NAME FROM We~ 'SIvA TO f'11 ~:r~~::PANl ~.J;LJ2.l~ ADDRESS LEGAL DESC. -5z.e. C\ -I\" ch < A '- ~IS ~h-1\'ClM~ t?""0!~1 \J.. ,f.[, I..;, p- '3-;-\08 C.e6 VK.k ud GEUJ:T'tvE CoMM TIe , I //~"'f~ it? -It ~ ( \ 1"e.5l~l.::?tfl+ '.0,. /) r I f<d..,.\'-C.t:tVl Va" 't-o..../Y1.0..-{.. ....'";/'1 / "J ~ 0 'I' .,) ", 'I I Oc?'-~ \ \lC: \ ~"4 0.:;:.,......, \ ,vt\_ " 3'-!\.c"'i; '~I . !-T-t4-A c.-I~ e- "t lo:c.l'p, r, [' /:'-/ , "--...., , 'La/{~ '3,U/aLC 6,:33 I',:' ---"" r;~ ~~l,ii- .:brlJ~i/JO"\ 4-~-SD<: ~ ~ \ ~ -----1 -~I Application for Street ;'tiwne Ch:a:n:e - Revised June 2006 Page: 7 of6 DATE '2. "- C1'- J. f of- 2/'7/0' 2..6.01 u.s. TRUST Matthew l\1athias Division President February 5, 2007 S!\'R-2007-AR-11244 PROJECT #19990140 DATE: 2/13/07 ASHLEY BLAIR Ms. Ashley Blair Collier County Government 2800 N. Horseshoe Dr. Naples, FL 34104 Dear Ms. Blair: I am v.r'Ticing you as both Collier County citizen of 15 years a:lc dS Division Pre,ident of the Naples office for United States Trust Company, N.A. lo;:ated at 765 Seagace Dr. (on the Nort.'hcast Interseccion of Sea gate Dr. and \7'iest Blvd.) r want co pledge my full support in changing the !la...-ne ofWesc Blvd. ((he section betv.rccn Pelican Bay Blvd. and Seagare Dr.) to "Myra Janco Da..."1iels Blvd." This name change would be an ex.emplary tribute to a woman \vho has done so much to benebt all of us in Collier County. ?lcd.se don't 1lC$ital.r;;': w contdCi: .L.ilt 'Shou.ld you h~Ye ...ny quC"stiG~.1S, com...'T1ents or concerns. I may be reached at 239-254-3217_ Thank you for your consideration regarding this matter. Matthew W. Mathias Divisio~ Pres:ident United States T relSC Company, N.A. UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY. N.A. 765 Seagate Drive Naples FL 341032421 Telephone 239566 8.:j.00 Facsimile 239 5140578 E-Mail ma~thc"W_rr:.atbjas@usrruS(.com Agenda ite~ !\jo. eta ;\prii1 0,2007 Page 23 of 27 I I I I ~ PIllLHARA10l\TJC CENTER for the ARTS 5833 Pelican Bay Brnd",m,'d . Naples, Fwrida 34108.2740. (239) 597.1111 E.>X (239) 597-8163 . www.thcphiLorg Aoeiida item I\Jo. c:B . .ll,priI10. 2007 ?age 24 of 27 February 2, 2007 Deparbnent of Zoning & Land Development Review Application Processing Community Development Services 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, Florida 34104 S!\"R_2007-AR-1l244 PROJECT #19990140 DATE: 2/13/07 ASHLEY BLAIR To Whom It May Concern: Enclosed is our application for the renaming of West Boulevard north of Seagate Drive. Weare proposing to rename the street Myra J lInea Daniels Bou1l:mrd to recognize the Founder, Chairman and CEO of the Philharmonic Center for the Arts as part of the 25"' Anniversary of the founding of the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra to be celebrated March 31, 2007. Included "ith the application is a petition signed by property owners abutting the street to be renamed, a site plan of the street, legal description of the abutting properties, an electronic copy of all documents and plans, and a check in the amount of $984.00 to cover all fees. Your favorable attention to this request "ill be very much appreciated by the Philharmonic Center for the Arts Board of Directors and Staff of the Philharmonic Center for the Arts, as well as many people in the community who have benefited in manv wavs ITom the vision and achievements of Mrs. Daniels in creating one of the J J most important and recognized cultural centers in southwest Florida. Sincerely, ~~~~~ C0SE;~;. crowLd~ Director of Facilities Operations ~'~D ~ \ . t:X&-\Jt.\". \ )l(, h lS DAVID R. DROBIS Member of the Board of Directors Ene. A;Jenda Item No. 88 !\pi"ii 1 (1.2007 Page 25 'Jf 27 Saint William Church 750 Seagate Drive . Naples, FL 34103 (239) 261-4883 . Fax (239) 261-8729 . SNR-2007-AR-1I244 PROJECT #19990140 DATE: 2/13/07 ASHLEY BLAIR Ashley Blair Planner, Collier County Government 2800 Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 Re: renaming of West Blvd from Pelican Bay Blvd and Seagate Drive. Our parish has its eastem boundary on West Blvd within the area of the proposed change of name. We are in complete agreement in changing the name of the proposed portion of West Blvd. It seems only fitting that Myra Janco Daniels be honored in such a way. Her contributions to our community are too numerous to name. Please consider honoring this great woman by changing the name of the proposed section of West Blvd. to "Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard. Sincerely, RBg:~m' Pastor b.genc1a item r~o_ (',S ~pril 1~O; 20GZ rage .l'2 of:21 1 QO G::::!1'2<ic Otkemre Sui!et.27 So:..thf,el,j.Iv'ic~'igo:-, 48054 2..8.82746.)) 248.827.1.:..79 F:::x THE FORBES COMPANY SJ\"R-2007-AR-] ]244 PROJECT #]9990]40 DATE: 2/13/07 ASHLEY BLAIR January 31st, 2007 HAND DELIVERED Ashley Blair Planner Collier County Government 2800 N. Horseshoe Drive Naples, Florida RE: Proposed Street Name Change Dear Ashley: In commemoration of the 25"' Anniversary of the Philharmonic Center for the Arts, we would like to propose a name change to a portion of West Boulevard to honor Myra Janco Daniels, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of the Phil. As Partners of The Forbes Company and owners of the Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay, we whole-heartedly support the name change of West Boulevard between Peiican Bay Boulevard and Seagate to "Myra Janco Daniels Boulevard". It would truly be a fitting tribute to a woman whose dedication and commitment to the arts has benefited Collier County and all those who ilve in it. Thanking you in advance for your consideration in this matter, we remain, Sincerely yours.. THE FOR' COMPANY /!'i: ~/ / /tL,uW7 ,/4:5 Nathan Forbes Managing Partner ~= ~, '" ;:::/"T~ " Si~y FortJes Partner CD r__ "- COON _. '! \8 f - - -', . I ~ ' :-;.:;.i:n:U~ . -, - ~ -"': F - 1- " i@ . - '. ~. ='<='='=';r .:- - -m --.-1 '" ., _:. - - j .:._1- . 'I' ~ S' ,-:- - -~: ,.~ - - - - :J. ~.I', if. ~: . --.'!' .L ~r ~r;: "' 'I -----...,-c" I, _ 0 :t.. I, o ~ ~'.: .' .", ~ " ,t ~" :: 1'1 ~.: 'I" o~ : j' il ~~ '" 1; t;,; ~r i fll o ~ . , --'-......-r -- 's l .. 1 lil: a: 'B": ---j-vt-- I a i z _ _ _,v..!...Jl~~n ., ,.) _, .:=~ ,ro """".,.., lB:I1I1~ iij.: . .;;i) : J '="'''''''~''"''''''''............''' '- ~J :t: ., _ _ _ _..... _~-a::td\>-'W - '~"'--'...::~"....r:_!c~~;:"'- n i.' "-:;." ~. EliV'';C1EU..~'<f3S :.r:'~~( ." 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'1 \,._ ',f; -..~ ffilYAH'1rlOa SltlIt-x"YG O::JNVf v~-vvZI L'I:I\7--LOOZ-'8NS II";["\. .LIa:IEDG3: Agenda Item ~,~o. 9A April 10, 2007 Page 1 of 31 ,'- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE IMMOKALEE ENTERPRISE ZONE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (IMMOKALEE EZDA) OBJECTIVE: To appoint 7 members, plus I member representing Code Enforcement, to 4 year terms, expiring on April 4, 20 11, to the Immokalee EZDA. ,~ CONSIDERA TIONS: The Immokalee Enterprise Zone Development Agency has 8 terms expiring on April 4, 2007, This] 3 member committee was created on March 28, 1995, by Ordinance 95-22 to induce private investment into distressed areas to create economic opportunities and sustainable economic development for designated areas, To permit Collier County to participate in this program, the Board of County Commissioners nominated the Immokalee Community to be considered by the Florida Department of Commerce for Enterprise Zone designation in Resolution No, 95-248, approved March 28, 1995, As pali of the formal application for an Enterprise Zone, the State required that a committee consisting of a broad base of citizens be established, The committee has representalion from lhe Immokalee Chamber of Commerce, financial or insurance entities, businesses operating within the nominated area, residents living within the nominated area, nonprofit community-based organizations operating within the nominated area, local Workf{lrCe Development Board, local code enforcement agency, and local law enforcement agency, This committee also serves as the Immokalee Local Redevelopment Board, A list of the current membership is included in the backup, The terms for Richard Heers, Ira l MaJamut, Richard Rice, Floyd Crews, Robeli W, Soter, Ana Salazar, Julio Estremera, and Cristina Perez (Code Enforcement) will expire on April 4, 2007, A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 10 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY D1ST ELECTOR ADV, COMM, Ira l Malamut Redlands Christian Migrant Assoc. I'M Immokalee EZDA Richard L. Reers Non-profit representative & resident 5 'Yes Immokalee EZDA 1111111 Master Plan Floyd Crews Business Owner & resident 5 Yes Iml110kalee EZDA 1111111 Master Plan Richard Rice Imm Cham her & resident 5 Yes 101m EZDA (waive 2 comm limit) 1111111 Master Plan E. 01'951 Committee Julio Estremera Chamber; FGCU hs consultant 1 Yes Immokalee EZDA Ana Salazar Empo\'\!C1l11em Alliance ofSW FL FM Immokalee EZDA Bob Soter SW FL \\-'orkforce Development Board I'M Immokalee EZDA Joseph C. Racke Does not represent an entity 1 Yes None Allen F. Richardson EDC and N<lples resident 4 Yes :-';one Philip R. Thompson EDC and Naples resident 3 Yes None Carol Sykora Code Enforcement Appointment County Employee /'""'" Agenda Item No. 9A April 1 0,2007 Page 2 of 31 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: 2005/2006 ATTENDANCE Ira J. Malamut Richard L. Heers Floyd Crews Richard Rice Julio Estremera Ana Salazar Bob Soter Attended 22 of 31 meetings Attended 26 of 31 meetings Attended 27 of 3 I meetings Attended 16 of 19 meetings (appt' d 7/25/06) Attended 26 of 3 I meetings Attended 27 of31 meetings Attended 29 of 3 I meetings Carol Sykora - Code Enforcement Officer Confirmation: New Member NOTE: Section Five (D) of Ordinance 2001-55 states that "No person shall serve on more than two County Boards simultaneously. If applicalion is made for service on a third Board, the applicant must resign simultaneously from one of his or her current Board positions, or the application for a third Board shall be disqualified, This provision, however, may be waived to allow for service on additional Boards provided the Commission votes unanimously to waive such provision. According to my records, Richard Rice currently serves on the 3 committees listed above. If Mr. Rice is appointed, the Board will have to waive Section Five (D) of the ordinance. NOTE: Section Seven (B) of Ordinance 200 I-55 states "Telms of office for Board members shall be limited to two consecutive tenl1S 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 f0l1h in subsection (B) above may be waived". According to available records, Ira J. Malamut and Floyd Crews have both served 2 or more terms. Should the Board wish to re-appoint Mr. Malamut and Mr. Crews. the limitations on two consecutive terms will need to be waived. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 7 members. confirm 1 Code Enforcement Officer, and direct the County Attomey to prepare a resolution confirming the appointments. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: APRIL 10, 2007 COLLIER COUNTY E>JAf;O:;;:- COUt,T\' cor,1f1..1ISSI0N'U;S Item Number: ltemSummary: Meeting Dille: ,- ;;c.,y' t,,",',,,, .'jl IH"".t,uo t;; :rH, ln1rr:~,i'.ai"}", ~~=,;, .::11':; :c;:, ~)()[. (J(',dV1 Prepared By Sue Fil"-on Executiv<c Manoger to the Bee D~le 8"~rdorC,,umy C(,mm,~s,ol)ers see Offi~" 3:n:200710:44.26AM Appruvl"d Uy J~m~s ''; Mudd County M",,,,ger DJle Board of County C:)unlv M3n~g"'''''Sc'mcl! 313112007 U:29 AM c..~",mlss'.,.-ners Aqenda i~sm ~,jo. 9/\ , "Dril1 0.2007 Pa';J84 of 31 c c -:Oun-r:y Comprehensive Planning Department 2800 North Horseshoe Dr. Naples, FL 34104 Phone (239) 403-2323 Fax (239) 213-2946 To: From: Date: Subject: Sue Filson, Executive manager, BCC Thomas Greenwood, Principal Planner, Comprehensive Planning Department March 21, 2007 Reappointments to the Immokalee Local Redevelopment Advisory Board and the Enterprise Zone Development Agency The Irnmokalee Local Redevelopment Board/Enterprise Zone Development Agency on March 21, 2007, recommended reappointments for new 4-year terms of the following 7 existing members whose terms on these two boards expire on April 4, 2007. Carol Sykora., a Code Enforcemenl Officer, was also recommended to replace the previous Code Enforcement Officer, Cristina Perez, at the recommendation of Michelle Arnold, Director of the Code Enforcement Department Attached are all the applications received for these eight positions, including those received from the existing 7 exisling members and the application from Carol Sykora. Name Representative of Entity Attendance in CY 2006 Ira J. Malamut Redlands Christian Migrant Association Did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more than one half of all meetings. (missed 3 meetings) Richard L. Heers A resident and representative of a non-profit Did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more that one half of all meetings. (1 unexcused absence) Floyd Crews A resident and business owner Did not mss 3 consecutive meelings and attended more than half of all meetings. (no unexcused absences) I Richard Rice Resident and affiliated with Immokalee Chamber of Commerce Julio Estremera Chamber of Commerce and small business consultant with FGCU Ana Salazar Empowerment Alliance of SW Florida AGenda Ite:n No. 9A ~ A.pnI10.2007 Page 5 of 31 Did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more than half of all meetings (no unexcused absences) Did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more than half of all meetings (no unexcused absences) Did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more than half of all meetings. SW Florida Workforce Development Board Did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more (a local private industry council) than half of all meetings (no unexcused absences) Bob Soter Carol Sykora Code Enforcement Officer for the County (a local code enforcement agency, at the recommendation of Michelle Arnold, Code Enforcement Department Director) Ms. Sykora would be a new member, but has attended recent meetings. Other Applicants Lives in Naples and retired; secretary of the Crossings Homes Association and Secretary of the Mill Run Home Owners Association. This applicant does not represent an entity to be represented on the Board or Agency per Ordinance No. 95-22.. Joseph C. Ranks Allen F, Richardson Resident of Naples and employed with Associates Real Estate Service, Inc. and is on the EDC Business Recruitment and Retention Committee. This applicant could qualify if the EDC of Collier County is considered a non-profit community-based organization operating within the nominated Enterprise Zone. Philip R. Thompson Resident of Naples and employed at Independent Advisors. Member of the EDC of Collier County and serves on the Financial Resources Working Group and the Legislative Priorities and Incentives Working Group. This applicant could qualify if the EDC of Collier County is considered a non-profit community-based organization operating within fflenommawdEnw~riseZonG 2 ,~qenc~a :t2m hJ8. 9A - l\pril 1 D, 2007 Page 6 of 31 According to your March 2, 2007, email on this matter, you will prepare the executive summary for the Board's consideration. I thank you and let me know if there is anything else you need for this item. 3 filson_s Page I of2 /\,oenda Item ~~o. 8l;. , i',pril :0,2007 Page 7 of 31 -------_._-~--_._._-~--_._--~------ - "rom: GreenwoodThomas ";ent: Wednesday, March 21,20073:45 PM To: filson_s Subject: 03-21-07 RE: 03-21-07 Appointments to the Enterprise Zone Development Agency and Local Redevelopment Advisory Board Sue Here is our internal count based upon a spreadsheet we keep of attendance during calendar years 2005 and 2006: . Ira Malamut: attended 22 of 31 meetings . Richard Heers: attended 26 of 31 meetings . Floyd Crews attended 27 of 31 meetings . Richard Rice attended 16 of 19 meetings . Julio Estremera attended 26 of 31 meetings . Ana Salazar: attended 270f 31 meetings (excused due to a baby for a while) . Bob Soter attended 29 of 31 meetings . Carol Sykora (proposed new member) Thanks for your help Tom ,0mas Greenwood, AICP Principal Planner Collier County Planning Department 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FI. 34104 Direct Phone 239-403-2323 Fax: 239-213-2946 Email: thomasgreenwood@colliergov.net From: filson_s Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 2: 16 PM To: GreenwoodThomas Cc: 5tewartMarlene; BosiMichael Subject: RE: 03-21-07 Appointments to the Enterprise Zone Development Agency and Local Redevelopment Advisory Board HI Tom. can you please provide me With the attendance records? I know you put In your memo "no unexcused absences" or "did not miss 3 consecutive meetings and attended more than half of all meetings" however. the commissioners want to know "how many meetings w'are missed". Thank you. As soon as I get liB! Information, I can prepare the ex sum From: GreenwoodThomas Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 12:47 PM 3/21/2007 ~ !:I.csnC3 item f\io S;'!\ -'b,priI10,2007 PagE: 3 of 31 MEMORANDUM DATE: March 2, 2007 Elections Office :J Sue Filson, Executive Manager , Board of County Commissioner 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 county's advisory committees. Please let me know if lhose listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also. please list lhe commission district in which each applicant resides. IMMOKALEE EZDA COMMISSION D1STRJCT Ira J. Malamut 11990 Wedge Drive Ft. Myers, FL 33913 Richard L. Heers 507 North 18th Street lmmokalee, FL 34142 "'2.7:/:::" Floyd Crews 5214 Lake Lane ImmokaJce, FL 341423 ?~:;:>n .......v /' t/ ~/I ~ ; L~,' I J!V -1 ~/"I 1'[ .:: c.' 3" 53~.' (vi "'Ii i ,-",,( 'lj 0 I( , 5 ~s Richard Rice 1167 Serenity Way lmmokalee, FL 34142 5 ~ Julio Estremcra I 0220 Boca Circle Naples, FI. 34109 Ana Salazar 109 Georgia Road Ft. Myers, FL 33936 Bob Soter 6109 Emerald Pines Ft. Myers, FL 33966 . ~ 1 NPhiliP R. Thompson ,. c ~ 20 Newbury Place '. ap]es, FL 34104 . l.J, I (.90 lYS' 51',' Thank you for your help. Joseph C. Racktl:- 7126 Mill Run Circle Nap]es, FL 34]09 Allen F. Richardson ] 985 lerrazzo Lane Naples, FL 34]04 J-I q ) y7 ~(/1 7-J;?/S /'4(1.t DI$1 V' {I : -;.5' -;;;Iv u'7 'II! "::1'.(" -' 3 J\genda !tern No. 9A P,pril1 0,2007 Pa.J8 9 of 31 It Board of' County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 ,8.;:j2nc:a Item No. 9A ~ I\pri: 10, 20C:7 f~100fJl "": '.,.,L."~_". .'.?:"' "--- "'. ."~. ,~ '. --- I 1 r / Application for Advisory CommitteeslBoards Name: C l1/lb I all( "If A Home Address: fa f30 I c? / / &eLf /4";,. s {',r-'1 Business Phone: S3~. t5. 8 {, t. (?In, f /)!hrr~n'lMr- Home Phone: Fax No. Zip Code: 3w.? J e-mail address:i/9.../c.Sy/(....A~{!...II...~ 9Nj)~.r Place of Employment: --- Board or Commiltee Applied for: 1.-/11 P1 -( E2-0A Calegory (If applicable): Example: Commi'iSion District, Developer, environmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years r..., Months Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes v No Do you currently hold public office? Yes No..-/ [[ so, what is that office'? ____ Have you ever been convicted of any otTense against the Law? If yes, explain:___ _ _ Yes No~_ Do you now serve, or have you ever served. on a Collier County board or committee? Yes If yes, please list the commitleeslboardo;;: No_.r Please list your community activities {civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. and (Klsitions held: _.-----.l!X!,~-"""-_O__ NClf ;"/)r-n~~h Jl.5,~LJ/ ..JllrT7~A..J HrEn~5 " Education: fI,?J. 5,,-/,,/ - L</.J e>.,lbrc"-"Yr1 r EXfJericnce: ;:::L(7L~";A 1iti.~~~"';'n"AJ CtfD, ;:'~J.....D rA.Ai~'#'-';f P;:'&"L~ 'P~"j-'i .s...~u,},~~_ "___.___ ____ ~'/l .11,1 r t=/t!:/-n ,<;U}ojL",h"~A. I , E;>FVS!CGMdV'T""" C "R7"/~,E,{) ~ III Please anach uny atMitional infonnation you {eel pertinent. Thi!J applkaJiDn shnulLi hI' f(lrwlU'dl!d '0 SUf' Filson_ Executive Manag~r tn the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112. lfyou wish, please fax your opplicaJinn to (239)774-3602 or f'.maiJ to $uefilson@lcollierpov.net. Thank you for volunteering to serve 1M citizens of Collier County. Agenda It3m ~~o. 9~A 1\,;r;11 O. 2007 Page 11 of 31 Immokalee Enterprise Zone Development Agency Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Fred N. Thomas, Jr. 657-8181 04/04/95 04/04/96 1 Year 1205 Orchid Avenue 657-5447 04/26/05 04/04/09 4 Years Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: fntjr@aol.com District: 5 Category: Resident in Zone Mr. Richard Heers 229-9970 09/21/04 04/04/07 3 Years / 507 N. ] 8th Street 657-4524 Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: rkheers2u@aol.com District: 5 Category: Resident of Zone Mr. Ira J. MaJamut 658-3560 03/23/99 04/04/03 4 Years / ] 1990 Wedge Drive 04/08/03 04/04/07 4 Years Ft.Myers,FL 339]3 E-Mail: District: 0 Category: Non-profit Organization Mr. Richard Rice 657-3237 07/25/06 04/04/07 9 Mos. ,,/ ] ]67 Serenita Way 657-6626 Immokalee, FL 34]42 E-Mail: icoc@earthlink.nt District: 0 Category: Chamber of Commerce Mr. Bernardo Barnhart 657-3171 04/26/05 04/04/09 4 Years 913 Laure] Street 657 -5328 Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: Bbarnhart@FloridaCommunityBank.net District: Category: Finanical Entity ,__,. _..-:. .. c-...-, Thursday. July 27, 2006 ;c..o.~.o:;o:;..-.-. ,. . 1014 i''.,oenC3 :t2m ~~O. 9A , .A.;:::;:-jI10. 2007 rJage 12 of 31 ( Immokalee Enterprise Zone Development Agency Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Denise Lujan Blanton 07/25/06 1206 Camellia Avenue 657-4724 Irnmokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: deniseblanton@earthlink.net District: 5 Category: Local Business in the ZoneiResident 04/09/09 3 Years Mr. Floyd Crews 657-2429 11/24/98 04/04/99 4 Months /' P.O. Box 5157 657-2370 04/08/03 04/04/07 4 Years Immokalee, FL 34143 E-Mail: District: 5 Category: Residentlbusiness Mr. Robert W. Soter 992-8000 09/21/04 04/04107 3 Years .,./ 6209 Emerald Pines Circle 561-0154 ( Ft. Myers, FL 33912 E-Mail: rsoter@sfedb.org District: 0 Category: Private Industry Council Ms. Eva J. Deyo 658-3630 04/26/05 04/04/06 I Year 642 Clifton Street 657-6894 OS/23/06 04/04/1 0 4 Years lmmokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: evadeyo@earthlink.net District: 5 Category: Resident Ms. Ana Salazar -r<d'-r.a-"S31? 04/04/07 2 Years /" Ge-P'3t11 65g :ms 02/08/05 -[Iv/ Hard LOLUL..../D1 00, 0737~ Fori Myers, FL 3J,)I3->33'] 3~ !IS-iF""!"' E-Mail: ana _salazar@earthlink.net District: 0 Category: Non-Profit Community-Based Organization ~ -.0.-',,_ --, 'J c-, ..... Thursday, July 27, 2006 Page 2 of4 AqenG3 ltem No. g."\ ~ A.p:"jl -i 0, 2007 Page ~13 of 31 Immokalee Enterprise Zone Development Agency Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndE:>.pDate 2nd Term Captain Tom Davis 330 I E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: District: Category: Local Law Enforcement 774-4434 06/14/05 OS/23/06 Mr. Julio Estremera 658-3327 10/11/05 10220 Boca Circle 594-8073 Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: jestreme@fgcu.edu District: 2 Category: Nonprofit Community Based Organization Ms. Cristina Perez 1106 Christian Terrace Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: District: Category: Local Code Enforcement 657-3143 09/21/04 657-5755 Mr. Robert Halman 353-4244 12/09/97 14700 Immokalee Road Immokalee, FL 34120 E-Mail: District: 5 Category: non-voting ex-officio member -'- Thursday, July 27, 2006 -~, Page3 of 4 04/04/06 04/04/10 1 Year 4 Years 04/04/07 2 Years / 04104/07 3 Years /' 00/00/00 unlimited ,L.,qend3 Item !\!o, 9,~ ~ L'.,pril 10, 20C7 Pag9~4of31 Immokalee Enterprise Zone Development Agency Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndE:>.pDate Term 2nd Term This 13 member committee was created on April 4, 1995, by Ord. No. 95-22 to induce private investment into distressed areas to create economic opportunities and sustainable economic development for designated areas. Initial members were appointed by Resolution No. 95-249. To permit Collier County to participate in this program, the Board of County Commissioners nominated the Immokalee Community to be considered by the FL Dept. of Commerce for Enterprise Zone designation in Reso. No. 95-248, approved March 28, 1995. As part of the formal app for an EZ, the State required that a committee consisting of a broad base of citizens be established. The committee has representation from the Chamber of Commerce, financial or insurance entities, businesses operating within the nominated area, residents, nonprofit community-based organizations, local private industry council, local code enforcement agency, and local law enforcement agency. Amended by Ord. No. 97-81 Terms are 4 years. This committee also serves as the I mmokalee Redevelopment Board. FL STAT 290.001 - 290.016 Sluff: Thomas Greenwood, Principal Planner: 493-2323 Thursday, July 27, 2006 Paf:e4of4 Agenda \tem No. SA ~,prill 0,2007 Page 15Jf 31 MEMORANDUM DATE: March 2, 2007 TO: Tho=, GrernWOO< compre~~~t..m"' Sue Filson, Executive Manager , Board of COooty Comrnissione . FROM: RE: Immokalee EZDA 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: Ira J. Malamut 11990 Wedge Drive Ft. Myers. FL 33913 Richard L. Heers 507 North 18th Street lmmokalee, FL 34142 Floyd Crews 5214 Lake Lane Immokalee, FL 34142 Richard Rice 1167 Serenity Way Immokalee, FL 34142 Julio Estremera 10220 Boca Circle Naples, FL 34109 Ana Salazar 109 Georgia Road Ft. Myers, FL 33936 Bob Soter 6109 Emerald Pines Ft. Myers, FL 33966 Joseph C. Racks 7126 Mill Roo Circle Naples, F:.. 34109 Allen F. Richardson ] 985 terrazzo Lane Naples, FL 34104 ,6,,]enda item No. 9A ~ .L\p,'ii 10. 20G7 ?age 16 'Jf 31 Philip R. Thompson 20 Newbury Place Nap]es, FL 34]04 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendalion for appointment of the advisory committee within the 4] 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 10 this matter. SF Attachments .r-" Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3(;02 Aoenda Item t\jo 9A - ,",pnl 10, 2007 :0-,-, '7 cf "1 J ~.. - , )..:J .~'" Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name:_ltA J. HA'lAt-Ivr HomePhone: J-j~,1"g-:3jIJ HomeAddress:llqqd ~~ bMvS', filM"" H'I\9l-~ ft.. Zip Code: 33'113 . FaxNo.J..J~ -~ -~11 Business Pbooe:J3~ ,(g~ - 3n(J e-mail address: 'I<'d.e V'"C\'-\d. .o...-~ Place of Employment: ~~S Ci;4,uSr,~ HI~.tAtJ-r ASSO('I~w.,..l (\tZ.cr-\A) Board or Committee Applied for: IIiMO~ CocA\.. ~~e.J\ A1:>~\S~ c"l\-U) Category (if applicable): ~~-f-Wr,.. K~ EJ:amJ*~ COIIUIliaioIl DBtrict. Ile9ekJper. emr- .o.-iW ,Illy pe..-...... How long have you lived in Collier County: Yean !\J\A Months Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes No / V Do you currently hold pnblic office? Yes If so. what is that office'!' No Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, expl.uc Do YOQ now serv~ or bave you ever served. OR a Collier Coonty board or aMIlmittee? Yes \/ If yes, pleue tist tbe committ<eslboards: 1t'1..-1o~ Lot jttl)c'\ltuJl>M\!>J1 A\l"\~OvS "kl-.'lS WI ~ Yes No ./ I~O C> Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, eteo and positions held: Education: ~ 11i1AC,\\<!tI ~0H\f Experience: ~ ArrAt.l\el\ r!<<sll ME" Pfr.lln &ttDdIlIII)' -.I '" ' 'Uif... r-'-- ytlGf-J~ Tim ~",OrUJ IMf~teSu Fmflfl. ~ MMHlgeYlD "eBtMnlsfCDMagtCClWUlliaiorun. 3301 Ear T..u..u TrfliLN."w, FL 34112. IfJ'f*wiIlt,plaufcxyow tIf1Pt:_-:-w (239) 77,j.36D2 or ~,. suerdsowa>collie:reOl'.neL TItfmk ytlMfor .....At,. ~-&,. serwr dre ~ tifCol1UJr C-m)'. 11990 Wedge Drive Fort My tn. Florida 33913 .i\~Jenda Item No. 9l-\ ~ /\prjj i 0, 2007 P3ge 18 of 31 (239) 768-3313 Mr. Ira 1. Malamut Experience 1 994-Present Redlands Christian Migranl Association DirectDr of Busi_ Affairs Business manager for child care services agency operating in 21 Florida counties. ResponSJble for business operations of the agency. · Management of agency real eSlate - acquisition, financing, construclion and !racking. . Supervision of fund raising and community relations activities. . Oversight and supervision of statewide purchasing, including vehicles and vehicle mainJenance. . Coordinate activities related to annual and other audits and fiscal monitorings. . Responsible for required slalulory state and federal filings including annual 990. . Liaison with AuditIFinance Committee and presentation of fmancial statements and other fiscal matters to the Board of Direclors. Senior FISCal OIIicer Chief financial officerlbusiness manager. Responsible for overall financial, business and computer operations of the agency. . Advise Executive Director on fiscal matters. . Present financial statements and other fiscal matters to the Board of Directors, . Responsible for the preparation, analysis and review of all budgets, financial reports, monthly financial Slalemenls and reconcilialions for all funding sources, cash flow analyses and reports required by regulatory and funding sources. . Assure adequate cost rate agreements. . Responsible for the planning and preparation for the annual and other required audits and fiscal monitorings. . Develop and assure compliance with internal control and accounting policies and procedures. . Responsible for the fiscal monitoring of delegate agencies and the provision of technical assistance, as required. 1985-1993 Woodhine Nursing and Convalescenl Center Assistant Admil...b db... for Fiscal Affairs Chief financial officer/controller for 307 bed skilled proprietary nursing facility. Responsible for accounting and financial operations of the nursing home. Member of management committee having overall responsibility for the operation of the facility. Duties included cash management; fmancial analyses; preparation of budgets, financial statements and reports; management of computer operations; supervision of the accounling department. Selected, implemented and upgraded computerized accounting syslem. Member of Virginia Health Care Association Slate Payment for Services Committee dealing with statewide reimbursement issues. ,A.oend3 item No. 9/\ -. April 10, 2007 Page 19 of 31 1984-1985 Mendelson & Mendelson, Certified Public Accountants Senior Accountant Performed audits, compilations and reviews for clients in a variety of businesses and industries. Prepared individual and corporate tax returns. Analyzed and designed accounting systems. Prepared financial statements. 1983-1984 South Shore Hospital and Medical COllier Assistant Administrator for Fiscal Affairs Finance direclor for 178 bed privale non-profil hospital. Responsible for the financial operalions of the hospital. Dulies included supervision of the accounting, billing and data processing departments; design and implementation of accounting controls and procedures for physicians' private officers in a ten story medical building; assessment of !he effects of new Medicare reimbursemenl regulations (DRG's) on lhe hospital: budgeting; preparation of financial projections. 197] -1983 Regardie, Brooks & Lewis, Chartered, Certified Public Accountants Senior Accountant Responsible for all aspects of financial audil engagements, Dulies included scheduling required personnel for audits; supervising and reviewing the work of other staff accountants; performing analytical reviews of operations: drafting financial statements; preparing state and federal tax returns. Other responsibilities included corporate and individual tax planning, and management advisory services. Education A.B.A, 1971, Benjamin Franklin University, Washington, D.C. Various courses and seminars for continuing professional education. References on request. Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 ,L,aemJa Item r-~o. 9/" - .April 10. 20Ci7 p;:>,'} 20 elf 31 .- . -'~ Application for Advisory Committees/Boards /J cJ.a-rcl /. /lee. r<, Home Pbone:.;2.,3.,- .::15"1- f'5".2y' *" ~ Home Address: S () 7 JlIo / f' ~ 5i; .J.mln DM .p Zip Code: 5'1 / sf.). - ;;.. 70 9' Fu.N~9-(,S1- ,~fiif) BasiaessPbone:,{f9 &S7 ~8,f9' e-maiIaddress: ,.tAeer~dlA.@~''/'c01YL Place of Employment: J;.ll ")",.;,, i", ~ Ir~ I (! *" rcl- I ~ I,c , , Board or Committee Applied for: {l,1l1"..,'ln;7 P~velnF n-.nil AJlIiso7 8mrJ Name: Category (if applicable): Eumple: COIIIJIdssioh District. ~I arrir- . IW,.y pel"llOll, de. How long have you lived in Collier County: Y ean /7 Are you a registered voter in CoUier COUDty: Yell Y Mouths tJ No Do you currently bold public office ? Yes If 50, what is that office? No )( Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No X No nil.-/ o EduClItion: ~ ~ ' ~ tfJ' , ~- if: Icfa~ r;, ~ 1 ~ u ,.~j I" ~}:.;~ /:fra~< ')( ua <> )/, 1:;' q ExperieUL-e: PmaeatiacIJan;J'~inf",.",.a",,;r-f_~ 1_'9'1':':--: ,"DMi4ibef""""""IOS,"FU6on.~M~f!riD tJuBlHri tlfCOIUI(}> C~.1301 EIBt T....... TnriI, N...., FL 11112. qytM wiU,pl.uflayow 'ro 2" --' ,. (239)17<1-36112 or &-mailw :fUefils(J~ol'.net. rr..:kJ'll'lf. ~ bI sene~ ciri:au Dje.... C-*J'. .;,........ '~ :.:;;g~' '. Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples. FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Aoenda item r~o, 9A ~ April 10, 2007 P~1"'12i of 31 I ~ .- ,-- Applica~ for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: I-~/) ~ HomePhone:6s7-71dQ Home Address: ,~( '-I LA-K-E Ll4vUE ZiPCode:Sc{ 1'--1 2- FuNoi17 3~1 2 i-Ac Place of Employment: "'-- 1 ~L'S Board or Committee Applied for: Category (if applicable): Ex.mplr:: c- . . RDlstrid:,.~.eIIt'ir- ".IW, la, per-.ete. ~ How long have yon lived in Collier Conaty: Y earl JJlV7i ~s Are yon a registered voter in Collier County: Yes ~ No Do yon currently hO~d PUbIMCC? Yes.~ ~ No If.... what.. thai of!ke. Dr- C ""T),~.. .. . Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law! If yes, explain: Yes No~ Do yo'! now sene,. or have you ever served, If pi.... till the roDUllltteeslOOanls: <L- No ~(:t~v:O~~~ ~bs. neighborhood associaliollS, etc. and positions Education: (/i'l/ I Ue' 1< S ~(l/ cl If . F:-T! /;;Z;? - Experience: ~DI.uu~4Ii}'~Jr-:-vlillf~ptHlf_pmiIwttL na~1! .' ,-.-w./'_.._.:...i,.,s.eFu....lff'" '._MtutqeT'ro ... _ of~ c..-....." 1101 FAa r......7NiI. N.,.... FL 14111. If_ ""'" """f.x~ ..., . ....-.. (239)n4-3tilJ2 m......to Juef"lhlom'iiicolJil!N!ov.1U!t. nMkyoaftJ/l'y-Iu :... ,. ......,..~ -.tCQllMer CoIIIIIy. . . . F..b 19 07 l2:00p SWFSERVSUPPLY 2398573511 tJ Board of County Commissioners 330J h3,~11'ilmi3rni Tr:.lil "IJ:lpJes. FI. 3411:: (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 77.-3602 p.1 ,~Q-2nOa Ibm hJo SJ,A, - b,prii 10, 2007 Page:22 of 31 .lk~~~.. ~f~ :\2me: /) l.....-12CL. ',.5 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards SIb7 Home Phone: C;i.3Q ) ~S 7- ;) 3 .l(J 3111 'f 3 SLld~,h"-5-: i?!J U:" h{''':l C'"rr, I -OV\/t f"(Jril('".(d- n'tl\l(,~ Cafe-gOT)' C:'app:icable): ["ample; Commhsivn D:~trtct. U('\'dopcr. (,lni~ollr.;cntali~t,Ia~' rcr~on. ctc. ,/ Ye::: ~_~!\c. Do ~'()U 0(1\\ Sl'rve. or k.nt' y-ou ever ~cr\'t"d(fD a CollieJ;,CCl~Il~bo:tr~ OJ C'ommit:ed. y~~ _ _:\c. If y~ please; list the c(lmmittctslboard~:.....L..!:J-lJeJ:..J ' f, 1'1 hl1 :..J (u..:;- u:..:cr- ~ I, -:-n ~ C') f:- / 8 I -r I -!-' , . I-Ij?~, )t'T'l~.. I (Y"\,-n,",k~ ,:,.; 1),.-- Please list your communit)' acth'iIies (civic c1ub~, ndghborhood assod:,Hiom., etc. and positions held: \ "n rTl ....\<-c.\.",,,. G h r f'r<.. '.~.. Ie n [' (! 0\"',,"-"-:>:' "- E... 1"'1 (i ~ ,'.-J ' " 1= I - ,,..,, If r '" rO, ""\1'1 J \ )(,';' .p.~, ,. .-4,", '.,"--,,," , , ;_", .' ' --T- Education: ...-~, -' ; rnh "'-.,,1:r '( ~ ~ \._--",c.:-","".>*.:: _;:... , \,\ L,-)~ tk l' Ex vcr-i,,'nee: " \ l'P~ ,,_.:: , 'v'~,[;::k ~\ :--C\.C ~,~, '<' t')-l' ,~, or .:-1 , r'"7J " ~ ('\l,,<'1 "'- ''-'jl " (/{Illci Home Address: ?C. B...r Zip Code, '\? K ,'1./ c,~..e 'r.:)l{.s'nt,~-o ::-~,,/ ~ ,\~_' Pt....nr 'l!:flcir lllll}' 'l.dliil;uml/ hlj'orIUilJi,{", }'OII f('d /krlinem. Thi~ rlppliCluifUl ~fulllld bt' r~rli'arli,'a I() 5'1If: Fibml. Ex"c~til'r ,1'rma,:t:l'r It> the /JOlJrQ ~tCmml)' (fJmmiuimU'K. ]381 Ea.:N Tawllar.; Tri}.il.\,(ipie.~, FL 34112. I/.w)u wisl1.p!t"tHt' 1= ."{)~i' a;pli.::J;j(joll to (13')" ;,'J.36.72 IU ,,->>Itti/ f(l ,-,w!awmvc(lI!iC'r!!f)".,wt, Tim,," J'Oo/l jor ~.II!Ir1lf('{'rjIlK fl> UriC' lire dr(=e"lf~ ofTollt.'r CO/lII/J' Fax ~(ad 9')f..:.,~ 7 35/1 Business Phone: C~?,<; )~~) Place of EmpJo)'ment: S~Lt....""" L..~t!-,+ (I ~.e 03<;0, e-mail address: Board or Committee Applied for': --=r. ,YJYl"kc, t'fP n -to- '0...rp k~ / t, .-' -"... ~ 'I:: II.) of .el~ 10::.1 ,y~ ~-~IU t::-- Ho\\' long have you lived in Collier- Count>': Ycars 3'5( 'fonths. Are you <l re~hicrcd voter in Collier Coum~': Yes ./' ;/ ;\'0 ....- Do ,\'ou C'urrenth" bold public office'! 'r'es rfS{l:WI1Olfisthil[~fficc?_f',,;.. r~-. ~ c~_ ,/ V 'I' fYlir1r-.k ~ "0 v" ..:.c (> 1:), ~ + HaH you eY'er been conyicted of any offense against the La",? l:)e~, e:.:pbin: __ r c:>" ,'co~-,-- Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3(i02 Agenda Item l\lo. 9A !\priI10, 2007 P;:lnp 23 of 31 ,~""f~:::,~. Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: '-~ \ (, \-/ A. \l. u 'K \ c... E Home Phone: .i3') W7 - (. \. d,~ HomeAddress:Jj(,,7 S'clCF-J'UT1 Ylf-).,/r~~~~ode: "5 Y/'1::l-,;}I.5-~ Fax ~~ ~51 -54}:r- 0 Business ~.J: 11 'S ') -;]" 3 7 e-mailaddreu: J L <> c.. ti~lfl" /..l ~ J=.. ,~ ~ r PlAce of Employmellt: c.l~ C\~'-"':-:~ ::......~KC~ Board or Committee Applied for: 1'''; 7 ")l 0 ...; J r( f-. ,/ ( /t A ~~ z.... Ph Category (if applicable): L A ~I<' ~ ~ DJ...\ / C 1./ fll'hF:.;; ,Ii? Of C (jlfl r('\{ l2c- f: Exam,,; 0-- .. Didrid.~. eavtr- ..~. Illy penta. etc. How long have you Iived ia Collier COBBty: Years 3 ') jl MOBths Are you a registered voter ia Collier CollJlty: Yes ~ No Do you currently hold public office? Yes II 10, what i. that ofllce? No <' Have you ever been convicted of any offense against tbe Law? Ify.., exploin: C) -<t'- \., ,/llml""r::'" ~ Yes No x: Do you DO"" serve. or have you e'f'er served. OD . Collier Coanty board or c:onmdnee? Yes ~ No (f yes, please list lbe committeeslboanls: :"')1 r;- IN.... !'1f\ r PI R 5i- Q 6> 1: () tz.o V i::- Please lisl your commUDity a ' " (civic clubs., neighborhood associatioas, etc.. and positions held: --, -": ' -;- iC - I S1 U ,- .l. ~ - l~rl,e"L'-I~ A~I""\,,.J\~Trl :\.-'vl' ('"",,,),,1- - rl..-2,,>,J rb-71ir:c/t C,L.,,,,,,,- ~'"":>.,,,,~ Education: So,.." IT C'~, L ~ 1;, ,- - \"iI:A 'tl f\ I ,,,, IV\ ~\I--:-- 111k'S $"p,tc../f'>U1..Eb OiLlOdI,J JLC;,'IC0N Experience: Pt.n~.,.,._JJ:..:-w;.v... ~-FJIIR'f"~ nu..,&: -:.-~b.tIVJ4.....Mtl,.S.F"""Ji" ....t.M~it) dt~BHnlofeo.u.yc~.._.":' ',611"'" 3301 Eat r...... TPfIiI.N..... FLJ4112. QyM......pl.-e./a1c7f1W ..II2'.-! to (V9)774-361J2 orHfltlil,. SlUifl./$ofliiiJcoJlie'l!o..n4 T......~flIr "'*1" ~,. ftJI"H"'cm:.. ofOlllilr eo..or. .' -. . -.:: Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 ,L,qen:.~ja IF~m hJo. SUi." '" ,L'I,pt-il ~ 0,2007 o 24 of:J1 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: :J~~li~' <(;--I~>2Hf:rc-- HomePhone:'J.3<j,r:91.//?C13. Home Address: /(',,-"c /)~-,(,.J (;/;...'0&. Zip Code: 3<1-/0'1 :. 3; '(SJ, <U;-:> 2.Yi-,S"'j -532..7 ' FuNo.~~) 'i- J.~tf),7./Busiaess Pbone:.).)? -)..~S'-i,l2 U-' e-mail address: j 12c> -!7-...J..1...., ,),c(~'" "-'c4_ , ['7 /" '1./.. t<:,........~.- . ~ /- l-'/~>")n I ........... _ <' 'r. . , ~A'\/-(. ", i...(' I;j~!.'":> Place of Employment: Board or Committee Applied for: ( ;L- ./,1 ,.. ,; A / /~ ;. /l/:';S, <.: / {'II.,A- Category (if applicable): Esample: c- . 'all DDtrid:, DeY_Pft'. arrir- ~.JW by penoa, d:c. How long have yoo lived in Collier Coooty: Yean...:;2 / Months:?" Are you a registered voter in Collier COllDty~ No Do you currently bold public office? Yes (rfu?) If so, wbat is that office? Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes. (N~-~ ) Do you BOW serve, or have you ever Jenred. OR . Collier CODbty board or committee? Yes If yes, pl...., list the committeeslboanlo: No I ./ Please list yoor community acti~ (civic clubs, oeigbborbood aasociations, ete. and positions held: /: '." - -', ,'. -. i, "- J...:..c. c ,1-r/ / [_" '~"/I./ .-:.~. ,e ;! -- , , ~ <~. (' , -f t....- j; '':''.J,'r, , ',' Jl'.)~ ~,.t/\'1~ ;..-<_,(:,." r/ J..., I f " I'; c. '- < --~. Educatioo: , , '-,' <: \ -",-'. , I. , ./ '- t Experience: ,. /L'I \', ,. .- -I' L,' ,.'10\ ./f \ , > ~ ,rj' ,/ J./ ',,~.'/. '~ \ '\ \ ~..j".:>e.ig./--- Plltmtl!.-.dt4DlJ' ~.z:..= 'ffl'Uff_. r": lytlfl-frS~ Tq .r . J~lItsMItlbttfi-..--4w!",s..r.... F.~M.,..,.to- tIo._.fc-..tyc. ,. ...~1301Ea<T_rr.;J,N.,..,FL341l2. q_.....P'-<fc_"PP" ' to (239)"<1-3602 or ~kJ $uef"llsmrUi:x::oUi.ur!ov.ner. n...tytlllfw....'" ';"'18..-.edleciliz8a ".fc.lliel' C-.q. .' '. ""~~_._--..""~,--.,,.,' "<'-'''-''''''-'''''~'"",,",'-' Board of County Commissioners 3381 Eat TamWni Tnil Naplcl, FL 34111 (139) 774-3897 Fax: (139) 774-3682 Application for Advisory CommitteeslBoards N.me,J~~\(\ ~ \ (\7 t\ {' Home ""'_: ~q ~ ~ 2)3 i ~ HomeAddre..:'\(j~ (.f"MS',r, \1.,.,,\ f.j'yi11.fri;Code: '3oQ:>)l.? Fax No. l?)0j- (/:{) 2btJiBIISbtcfIs ""'-:..l1i3. 10")'6, 3318 ......Iladdrea:0..;jo -C>o 1c..'Ia.( i' !.6r~\' . k. Mt Ptaee ofEmployme1lt: f XI^-< ,(, \. 'iJ {'/Y\P ~ ~<l ~J \ ; (, v\ r 0 r"~ ~".~\ ,,..,,, -\-' k,oc\r. \ CJ2..A / Board or Comllllltee ApplIed tor: 1.).. \1 \!-.r'<<e C h\'1"\.v\, {.-~... . ;:;2 j\A Category (if applicable): Euaple:C-_-'Jle,I..- ., 1oJ_- a..._ }>~\C>{' \,feel.'~ 'No,\I..,..., .:r.""'rn()~. Co!\',<.( ~ "-C ~ How 10011: Mve ye. IIYod -.."colliler COIIIItJ: Y IIllft MolItIIs Are YO.. rectstemI voter ill Collier Conty: Yes No V De YOII correotly IIeId pablle oftlee? Yes No V U... _1I_afti:e1 aave you ever beetl eouvicted of..y otl'elne qailast ftle Law'! Yes No ~ If,..., esplaia: Do yoa _ _ or _ yoa _...--I, .. . CeIIIr Coaly -... ?::~ :~1 v. V No If,..., p-Iot 1M .- '""'*' (' e A o.r.. ,,,-,,{.,,, t E.;> oAc ...j l'iease list year eom.uily aetiYltiel (ctvk: clUs, _lIllllerMed ~tIHs, ete. ud pesItioBl hekl: ~~;?i'i~~~~'~~~fw~:tr~~:~:;.. bo { CO" 0 - l'VI e............ (" Ed t' ~ r ~~. ~ '~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~~ ~ ~ uta loa: Ii' l AI: Q " (.', r < " ('(~u;\",'IX;. g~J,,"'n :;~~'\ ~~:, -4- ~ :,.:, ~ ~ I, ~I ~~ ~G~':J' E:rperle~:':LI,^,,1 .IIi'.I. 0 \,1i'tl; ~ ~"'n \ qrt'"r\",h _ \Y\,.-,-,.. \ 1\ (). C;:;t,...-..r'~...-.~ t'l hilL .....\^.~ ~J",. ~ O\",rlJ..l rh (' tY\ r\. I r 1...\'f\~ , ' , ;.,lo C 'tr r. (<. 'fY"\r..l#,-, , P'f\p,n,,,,rc 1YI~~:1""'"'t"""':'r '" -..;1-/ \ ,."...-.ct., ,,- Rl'~ . ,..fteJ~ I'Mr JIwaItl. ..sw~ JI........ ",...."'.f~C_.,1a1 ..1"1_'I'__f'reII,~n.Ull2.1f__~jfa,_ J' - .. (21')774-361'",""'''- -. ~ - ---- ~_JW. A."-"'-"~c-.. L . . . Board of County Commissioners JJOI East Tamiami Trail 'aples, FL 34 II 2 (B9) 774-8097 Fax: (D9) 774-J602 ,D,oenda item ~,jo. 9A , ,L\prii 10, 2007 Pa2e 26 of 31 l , ta Name: Application for Advisory Committees/Boards L30 B .~ Homf;~I: ~r~ /- () I S- l' (PJ.ODJ efVI{Vj."Jt~ ~"~IJ ~-r ~'M-" I ;) '5 59 Business Phone: )). '5 -;~.s 0 0 Home Address: ;;J. ';9 Fax No. 215 .. 3~'1 b ~ Zip Code: e-mail address: 1"-:;0 fey@ s.fu-xi ..c' r:J dte.V::..Jtf0'1e.-rr+ b:>a~J Place of Employment: G-~' 5"~ - . '"5 lL\ ~ I t.e.)("yk \'0 < (fi. Board or Committee Applied for: Zone.- ~etJ. . ~/ Category (if applicable): e.e- Example: Commission District. Dc\'c oper, environmcntalist.la~' pcrson,.ctc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years /Vi A- Are you a regislered voter in Collier Counly: Yes N4- Monlhs ;';0 . /XI ~ Do you currenlly hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office'~ 1\0 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, ex.plain: v Yes ~o Do )-'ou now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes If yes, please list the committees/boards: v :\0 Please list y held: 0- .'A Education: I:; ~Sc QrtL.Q Wo V t/ Experience: ~ G-o~ Please attach any additional information you feel pertinent. This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commi.\'sumers, 3301 East Tallliami Trail, IVaph'~', FL 34112. If you wish,pleasefax.l'our application to (239)774-3602 ore-mal/to .Wl'filMmjii'H,lfier1!Ol'.ner. Thankyoufor vollmteering to serve the citizens ofCollier County. =ab 18 07 11 01a Joe 239-594.-1721 p.1 i\oenda Item r'~o. SA ~ ,\prl! 10. 2007 Pa28 27 of 31 tla Board of C"unt~ Commissioners 33m Ea;,;t TII.niami Tl'tlil :'\a!lk~. FL 341I2 (131)) '7i4w8l.l97 rnx: (:!39) 774--36tl2 ~... ......,L.... f..~-.lc- J. , - " " !;'~-- -. ;a'f.,' ~ "'''''9' Appiication for Advisory Committees/Boards ".me,.::::5oS6P l.t e f< ACK/b Home I'honc"r:;qLj ~2;2_J.f Home Addre""i\ a& MvLi., K,LltJ C!4tt<;(rt ~~f.f., 3J.f/o q Fax No._5!l!l. /721 JlJl.P,:in"ne::l 7 2. .r; ~ <-mail .ddress~OG -;r"'N6k1l!l.e~~~ Pia" ,.f Em?lo)'",ent: ~ ur-h f/-(J-() / ~6 ~M_",,-,~6 ':;JJ~I6e ;l..o...,6 1lt;.J'C/..A>""""'" ~6,.r",'( V HoardorCommitteeAppliedfor;~A ,,",-t,~...J\(. Ai'F'P"'A't~rnr\~~'1 c(;)M....~~e Cor,,!:"r)' (ifapplicab!'):_~ '-1 /loz'<x;J t. talll ",It: (:hm 11li;.~llon r)j~lrict. nevclU{lCf, 'en,'imnml'ptlJlist. l..y rer~on. 1:'1l;.. Are .rOll a regisrcr:;;d v()tcr in Collier County: Yes /7 :;:z I'>'lonth~ ~ How long have you lived io Collier Count)': Ycars No 1)0 YOll cuncfitly hol<! puhlic office? \~ lrso"...:bstk thiiluffjcc?__.,_ Nt' iY- 1 Have ~!OU e,,-cr been convicted of ~tny offense against tbe La,'" '! rfyrs, nplaio: ~_____." , .;>; 1\" ""'- On you now ~('ne, or hll'\oe ~'OU ~,"er scrH'd.. 01'1 Jl CollIer Count) board or committee? ~r ,,~, 1/1\' . I~~t the committec~/bvl1rds: 't:{l,~Y - (',/<'CUSI>.J~5 f-foffV9 II.< Yo< No >Z. J"C:l'!"C ii!.t your community a<,_tivjtjes (civic ciuhs. neighborbood aruoociations.. retc. and positions \ odd, ~~-~ --- .\11 n L'nz, J7,1, E.dDclllLion:_~~_. Dzrrt'Gi!i1J r;;i51JUcJ" ~~ 1)_.L&.~'1 }?gAVJq/-h-: --(-o~$.!'j I A~ i I6VNfudJi:$ (!.(;-a:r-rff-- ,4-,t.1.lJif?tho/ I/IIli 3;L '{ -eM,S _ =T:!L - 'i~ __VJe,:b.~,{:6'S , L)ipcricncc: l'ka.yc iJ(!.1cl1 uny OtitiIlrOIJa111f!"rmul,OI! youjrl'l pcrlinem. TFii, applicatiMI .~IIQ~1d bcJf,,'wr.mied IrJ -Su.e fll"tJJJ, J.':'r:I:C.u;;;-/lfQllU;;ett;;--- (h~ B'J(;.~J f>} Crumly riJmmis,~icnl!."", 3j(iJ Ellst Y'llflliami Trail, ,'I,apJ<!s, Fl~ 341 i2. IfJ'4l" wish. p:('OIs::faxyOllr op!'r;CIUWll W (2'),' ~~~_$(;(}: ur ('.mall UJ 'c!E.tD~,_':1(2_-,:m:itc!J;::".:c:!i:!. 11j,7~J" F{<'/ fnr l'r'(IIn1t't:fj'nK lU .~C"(' "'e r:lli:'''Il~ olC..lw."- (:PII;I.y. . . . Advisory Board Application Page I of2 ;",88nc;a !18m t..Jo. '~,A ., }':..Vil 10. 20D7 P::lge 28 of 31 filson_ s From: allen@naplescommercialrealestate.com Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 3:42 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 2/15/20073:42:24 PM. Name: !ALLEN F. RICHARDSON! Home Phone: 1239-261-233~ Home Address: 11985 TERRAZZO LN.I City: INAPLESI Zip Code: ~41O~ Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-26 I -23341 Business: 1239-26 I -23341 e-Mail Address: ~llenra:!naplescommercialrealestate,con~ Work Place: !ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE SERVICES INc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: 15- I ~ Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Iy e~ Board / Committee Applied for: IIMMOKA.LEE REDEVELOPMENT ADVISORy! Category: !Not indicate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? IBQJ . Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IBQJ Please list your community activities: 2/16/2007 Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 AJencla item !\lo. 9A -- A,p:-il '; CL 2007 Page 29 of 31 jEDC BUSINESS RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION COMMITTEE] ... Education: RADUATE INSTITUTE OF REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT/CPM DESIGNE LORIDA AND PENNSYL VANIA BROKERS LICENSE Ex erience: o YEARS EXPERIENCE IN COMMERCIAL BROKERAGE, LAND EVELOPMENT RECENT REDEVELOPMENT INVOLVEMENT WITH ROPERTIES IN THE 41110 AND BA YSHORE TRIANGLE REDEVELOPMEN ISTRICT, BROKERAGE AND CONSULTATION EXCELLENT WORKING LA TIONSHIP WITH EDC, TAMMY AND SUSI. AS WELL AS COUNTY STAFF ZONING AND CODE DEPARTMENTS ) -. 2/16/2007 . . Advisory Board Application Page I of2 /\cenda Item f'~o. 9A " A.pril 10. 2007 Page 30 of 31 filson_s From: plhompson@independentadv.com Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 9:25 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 2/14/2007 9:25:22 AM. Name: !Philip R Thompsonl Home Phone: ~39-455-47Io1 Home Address: ~O Newbury Plac~ City: [Naple~ Zip Code: ~41O~ Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-591-402~ Business: ~39-5]4-47781 e-Mail Address:~thompsonriVindependentadv.coml Work Place: ~ndependent Advisor~ How long have you lived in Collier County: U Have you ever beeu convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a re~stered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: ~mmokalee Enterprise Zone Development Agencyl Category: [Nol indicatect/ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ . Do you currently or ever served on a CoUier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list your community activities: 2/14/2007 . -At Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 ,A,aenda item No. 9/\ ~ April n 20C7 Page31of31 ember of the EDC of Collier County and serve on two committees within the EDC: inancial Resources Working Group and Legislative Priorities and Incentives Workin ou Education: IBs from Purdue University in Encomonics and Managemen~ >> 2/14/2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item !<~o. 98 April 1 0, 2007 Page 1 of 21 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint 2 members to fulfill the remainder of vacant telms, ] expiring on June 25,2009 and I expiring on June 25,20] I, to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board. CONSIDERA nONS: The Hispanic Affairs Advisory Committee has 2 vacancies. This 9 member board identifies and evaluates problems unique to the Hispanic Community, reviews and recommends ways to ensmc open communication betwcen the minorities and Collier County Government and provides periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners. Tem1s are 4 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Mr. Gary D. Holloway's seat was declared vacant on November ]4, 2006 and Ms. Maria C. Mitchell (appointed on January 9, 2007) resigned on January 18, 2007. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 4 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Valaree D. Maxwell n/a 1 '{es None William F. Ribble. Ir. n/a 2 '{es None Rosalinda ~1. Maliinez n/a 5 Yes None Joseph C. Racke Boa 2 '{es None ,.....-. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Recommendation in order of preference: Rosalinda M. Martinez Valaree D. Maxwell Joseph C. Racke William F. Ribble. Jr. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation (ell' appointment, appoint 2 memhers. and direct the County Altomey to prcpare a resolution confirming the appointmcnls. Prepared By: Sue Filson. Execulive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: APRIL 10, 2007 ,.~_. L:,jH'lii 1!0m He, W COLLIER COUNTY 80AR[: OF COUNTY CQMMISSIGNEP.S Item Number: ~{-' ltemSummary: Meeting Date: /<:p::llll!mt<rr. of merr:bers 1n :ne '-il ;;J~nlC i'-,f:"ws Hjvl:;~)ry b'~:;!"J ~i.()' 'I:~j", S' ~)n O~""M prCJlsreu By S~Je Fil!>on E~eclJt,ve Manager loth" BCe Dille Board a/County Bee: Off,<.;e ~122f20071044:26 AM Cumm,ss,otlers Approv{,d By Jar'lCsV, MUdd Cou:1t', Man:>ycr [late BuardofCourlty CommiS5'Onf"~ Coun!y I.'.arlager'. Of/Ice 3!311200710:10t,M :tem r~'J. 8B ."\oril -: 0. 20Ci7 PEI;18 3 of 21 OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ATTORNEY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 27, 2007 TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager CC: HAAB Advisory Board Members FROM: CoIleen M. Greene, Assistant County Attorney SUBJECT: Recommended Appointment for the HAAB At the monthly meeting on March 22,2007, lhe HAAB had four applications 10 review for lwo vacancies and makes the foIlowing recommendation in order of preference: (1) Rosalinda M. Martinez 1813 6th Ave. Immokalee, FL 34142 (2) Valaree D, MaxweIl 277 Shadowood Circle aples, FL 34 I 12 (3) Joseph C. Racke (4) WiIliam F. Ribble, Jr. Please submit this recommendation to the BCC for approval. Current members include: Raymond Cabral Manuel Gonzalez .lames Van Fleel Renato Fernandez Cosme Perez David Correa Erneslo Velasquez (new in 12/06) Thank you for your kind attention to this matter. Please conlacl me directly if you have any q ueslions or concenlS. cc: Michael W. Pettit, Chief Assistant County Attorney 04-COA-O 1136130 Agenda item No. 98 A.pril 10. 2007 Page 4 of 21 \ 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 11/30/04 160 12th Avenue, N.E. 455-7100 07/26/05 Naples, FL 34120 E-1Ifail: cosmeperez45@hotmail.com District: 5 Category.: ((/l.Cfrrti Mr. Gary D. HOllOWay~[.1.(~, ~(p 334-1000 05/09/06 P.O. Box 2162 II" 633-4069 lmmokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: gary44mcanes@yahoo.com District: 3 Category: Wed~e~d~y:-J;;;'~-~ry 1-0;'2007 Page 2 of3 06/25/05 06/25/09 7 months 4 Years 06/25/09 3 Years It8iTl !\jO. ~'3 L\prrl 10. 2DC!7 ?3;J2 5 01 21 ( Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndExpDate Term 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. FLSTAT Staff: Colleen Greene, AssiSlant County Attorney: 774-8400 WedflO.day, January 2007 .".;:-.x;; Page 3 of3 Aaenda :tern No. 9B ~. April! 0,2007 Page 6 oi 21 MEMORANDUM ,L.,J'3n~1a Item [\lo. '?'B ~ i\c;"jI10.2007 r1age 7 of 21 DATE: February 12, 2007 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manag r Board of County Commissio er RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners wjll soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are regislered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HISPANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD COMMISSION DlSTRlCT Valaree D. Maxwell ~ 6277 Shadowood Circle . Ye 5 Naples, FL 34]]2 I .;;fc?- Yv '3 Thank you for your help. AGenda item !\]o. 98 ~ N,ri110,2007 Page-Sol 21 MEMORANDUM FROM: March 2, 2007 Elections Office ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Commissione . DATE: TO: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments lbe 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. H1SPANICj\.FFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD COMMISSION DISTRICT ._._______.___...'.' _n___ ... _______ William F. Ribble, Jr. 1551 0 C'~damrood Lane Naples, FL 34110 ;< !n1"1l"'\.1[~l1p.p. r'l 141.1.7 () ....... .........., . " ,,, . / 7 /) L I- 1,J-~J Joseph C. Rack€,;2 '1,171 ." ~6 "1,'11 Run ("f"'" I .." I I.:... IV. U _J 1..-1.., . (lCf ./ Na~lps lOT '4'110 rd. I ,~."......." .. J ,,-J / V Ii- I {fI (III}) 5 ti--tIf: ~ Rosalinda M. Martinez 1 g 1 3 6!h A venue ~h 1 " L ' i , ~rlt~ you lor your nerp. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item [\Jo. 98 l\prii 10, 2DCi7 ?aJe 9 of 21 DATE: February 12,2007 TO: Colleen Greene, Assistant co~m~y Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commission 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 consideralion. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Valaree D. Maxwell 6277 Shadowood Circle Naples, FL 34112 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee wilhin the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an execulive summary for the Board's consideralion. 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 (0 this matter. SF Attachments ~ -, .. Jan 19 C7 05:~:Br: .. IN-;"'L LEARNING ACADE\~Y 239-774-9293 Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail l'aJ'\<S' Fl., 34HZ (239) 774-8097 fax: (239) 774-3602 ~:amc: Application for Advisory Committees/Boards \jA{(-rI~ V ~,ft,L\^-,i;;I' HomePllone: 2.>\'.-'1-::;" -"'l-"~? ~:tTP~t.'S r'L Home Address: (P2 -=t"t S'.-n..on"':,"17 C ;'2_d.., Zip Code; 3::tJ1,- Bnsmess rbone:;;:'3~ -~- 130-,; e-mailaddre.s: \JA--'';-~iV~., ~" "I-'7&C , '. ~.-:;. . ::!:.N..1~p..,-"",Ol--l"'1"1- (~Q~~,,,-, r~ Ar:-.~o~""~ }, \1:.&:\'P-G..l.\ ;;:l.-;''i- Fu r;o._~J-'i,-G' Pia.. of Employment: Board or Committee AppUetl f"r: ,~ . , \s r::>FJ":-i ...c....~ , "& A-12,) Ft?UIS<J'''J Categ<)I')' (if applicable): r',3a.: t=K~,~c. b IL. Llal&p.lc: CooulIi!l5ion D'istrkt. Dnel;iPpCr. cu"u.Oftmentarbt., ll~' perSlI_, e<<.. Ilow long ha"r, you lived iD Collier County; Years l \ Months. -=t- Ar~ you II r-egi'tered vote.r in Collier Cou-C)': Yes!Z. .No L'o )'Oll 'IITrently bold public: ollk.? Y",___ No Y" IflU).., wb~t is that offkc:! llan run ever been convicted of aD}' "ffens. again.t the Law'? Y05_ X, _,. No_____ lfyt'S.explaln: .----~ Dn )'OL: nGW :terve., Qf nilVt YoJU lr:'Ve-f ~.rved~ on :;. comer COlllnt). board or eo-mmlttee! Y If'S ""A.. l'io If }'C's. ple:l$e Ji.ort the eiJmmitt~jboard.,: Please list your eommllDity 2ttivities (ciVic clubs, ceigo.borbood associat,ioos" etc. aDd poo;itions Iwld; "- ". ...-.\ r,_ ~~p-? I ~"'>. \~~\~N"{" l_ ..~""d~-\L A",. ('I 'N-a...--;\~ II .J"--" -6.''- .='~'''''' ,,:-' . ,---r--, ,"," .-n-.l,,", . ,w~-,...,I )1"14_ ::::;,.,....;.:\~,..,'t-'>r'I"'t:lv.;-r.... l~~~~, ~~Q..-y~- B' ----;;.--------' ~~--'~___ - ,...'~.'i'">~, j I' , , /_. r'?,::;s' ~~,;TT'" ~llN C'C;n E.ducatio~:_ 1",) C>~- k,) -;:0, S .'is p ~<-<::;.~..1::' \c.'" Jj Experience: i '1 Cr ~ - '2...r)C ~-::r f D ~s... ;.:4 MJ......-~,;>.l'-~,--"....c-;~ IN'i):\~ n~."t7''' ~..(~ f"'-" u-.,.. u "~~ ~~~~~o:S.'S:- ~ \' .~, I.Ifr""F ---1::! ;,.".A'" -x.!-y"-> --4-,=>'-__ ~_. __....., ;::0....... '....:Ls ("::"<<'-A;J.' ,...,.-15'.. - ..l.//~:~-.C 'S-~e- c.c....\!".,e: .---> ,- '- Ph-rue. attach altl;J.' cddllirlluz{ mforItWJinn.}.-lJJlful perri"l!1!It Tbis QPpU::lIlIDn shOl.lld J.e ftr-.W1J,ed 10 SMt ,.~;;'-:i..m.tluw M<mt1ger III - the SOft/ii "I C!ll/1JJy Cf'mmissif)MI'S. ~'l3{JJ east TfUttklml TriIJl. Noptes, FL 34IlZ. If yMi wah,. pi~i<<e [ta .\tlll.r applieDiUm r" (l3~}7.N.3602 or t!--mailll! 5tidiJ.Mn,lt:.to~fier1!(I~.tH'~ TTw'fI<.:.'tJJijor wUluul!erbtglf' it'nt tiw ci6,Wt.~ o/C/J(!:.er Cil'UNY. Jan ~3 C7 0525p n\l-'L l.EAR:-~ING AC/'..8'E\.~v 239-774-9293 p.3 Ll,qencJa Item No. 98 - /\prii "10, 2007 Pags 11 8f 21 Valaree D_ Ma:n>'eU Resume . :''140 B_\YSUORL OJUV[ L'rl 5 '\",PU':S,FLORlDA 34112 (239) 774.1800 OFFIce .239) 774-9293 FAX (239) 465-8300 CELL L\1AI1.: V.\L..\RECo\-l,i.XWEt..L'77~r.\HUO.t:O!\t SlJ,\iMARY: 1\Jore than iliirty live years ofexpenence in sale; and markeling Successfully launc,hed five ?'Ofilable cDr.1panies, 4 in U,S, 1 in U.K, TDok n weak peM:' stock company trading in the pink sheets to a profitable compwy trading on NASDAG EI)UCATlO": Bachelor 01' Business Administration in '\larketing L'nivers:ry of lv13ryland, College Park, .'.1aryland 1968 CDlt~io Amcri:=ano de Qui10. QuJo. Ecuador \Wsr RECE,YT EXPER1L"('E: International Lc"rniog Academy, Inc" President! Founder and CEO \apks, FlQrida . :\ovember 1997 to Pres~nt Fcun,Jed a f~[J)"-accted~tec sel:~~paced privare high school thr.t is 3' ;:jlJ'J!e for ali ages ::ir:d ratiOfjJJjlies. Over_ ..:t00 gradue.tesin len yea:-s The ITl3;iorily vf t1es'e students were at risk studenls a:1d aJ"lts. International Srudjos or America, Pre,ident !t.ounder and CEO Atlanta, Georgia and Naples. Florida September 1991 to Oecember 1997 Trave:ing phGlog!"3pby company siml.lOi:" to Ulun ~vrilts S!udios. 25 phorograpb;:]'s dl1J 1:: >,j,)..es peopl~ co~t:rt':d ::i~ht states. ACTIVITIES, President- 2004-2085 Naples Hispaaic Chamber of' Commerce C'~iairman Elect 2005.2007 . BG8rd /'vlelllber. Haitian Ch3mber of Commerce 2'J05.2008 . -__""C__'_'O"~..,. _.....",".,_~..~,.,,_~~..........,=~_,~,.. '. MEMORANDUM Agenda \tern No. 98 April 10, 2007 Page 12of21 DATE: March 2, 2007 FROM: Colleen Greene, Assistant coun~l ey Sue Filson, Execulive Manager , Board of County Commissioner , TO: 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: William F. Ribble, Jr. 15510 Cedarwood Lane Naples, FL 34110 Rosalinda M. Martinez 1813 6th Avenue Immokalee, FL 34142 Joseph C. Racks 7126 Mill Run Circle Naples, FL 34109 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, Plea~e 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 al 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments . Board of County Commissioners 3301 Easl Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name:_ William F. Ribble Jr. Home Phone: _239-566-2492 Home Address:_15510 Cedarwood Lane Naples, Florida Fax No. Business Phone: Zip Code: 34110 e-mail address:_billyjoa1@yahoo.com Place of Employment:_Reired V.P. UPS 35 years of service Board or Committee Applied for: The Hispanic AtTairs Advisory Committ~d The Housing Finance Authority Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District" Developer, uvironmrnbdist, lay person, etc.. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years_l year Months _6 months Are you a registered voter in Collier County: YES . Do you currenlly hold public office? NO Ifso, what is that office? Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? NO If yes, explain: Do you now serve, or bave you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? NO If yes, please list the committees/boards: Please list your community activities (civic club~ neighborhood associations, etc. and positions held: _Secretary treasurer United Way of Philadelphia, Chairman Urban League of Philadelphia, Vice Chairman Urban League of Atlanu., Foundation Board Kutztown University Chair of Board Ad\'ancement Education:_BS in Education Kntztown University, MBA Regis University Experience:_ My volunteer work in diverse communities over a 35 year career has given me the experience to help communities with urban problems~ United Way Boards, Atlanta, Kansas City, Pbiladelphia_ Urban League Boards, Atlanta, Kansas City, Philadelphia Habiu.t for Humanity, AlIaou., Philadelphia . ~ .-, .. .Agenda I:em f\!o. 93 fI.priI10, 2007 Paoe 14 of 21 Please attach any additional informlltion you fed ~nenL This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager 10 the Board a/County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamillmi Trail, Napks, FL 34111. If you wish, plea...e fax your application to (239)774~3602 or e-mail to ,~Eldifwmw:collierf!m'.neL Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens olCollrer County. Feb 16 'J7 J9:50a B II Ribole taboo! M.ail. bil!)'joa1:~yahoo.com 239 55C 2492 pl _""!jencia :tcl'li~J %'P I i\;YIi 1:1, 2007 Page i5 of 21 '~/"?-r,- .i"'/ MAll f '-', r"'"", ,_ .._./ tI:~:-- Tue, 13 Feb 2007 13:23:27 -0800 (PST) Print - Close Window From: "William Ribble" <biliyjoal@yahoo,com> Subject: Application for Advisory Committee Posts To: suefilson@collier-gov.net CC: "William Ribble" <billyjoa1@yahoo,com> Dear Sue Filson, My name is William (Bill) Ribble and I live at 15510 CedalWood Lane in Naples, Florida. I recently retired from UPS as a senior V.P. after 35 years of service. I saw your article in the Daily News and thought that I would apply for two of the committee assignments that are open. Over my years with UPS I was very active with diversity in the communities where I was assigned. I have chaired several boards and have been recognized for making a difference in the area of non orofits and community diversity. I have attached my resume for your review. I am most interested in The Hispanic Affairs Advisory Committee and The Housing Finance Authority. You can contact me by my e-mail address. billjoa1@yahoocon or on my cell phone 770-530-1665. My local Naples number is 239- "6-2492. Thanks for your consideration on these open committee assignments. .st regards, William F. Ribble Jr. Access over 1 million songs - Yahoo' Music Unlimited Attachments r=rls-s: MyResume.tmp.doc (40k) [PreView] . 1ttp://us.:,29.mail.yahoo .coInlym/ShowLelter?box=ln ':lox&Msgld=5990 _] 8275121_42833 _2020_15274... 2/16/2007 _.".~,,<_.~........"'~;.~_. ".._ '''''^'"_'",~ 'h'.~".",,"','"._C"~' ,.',.'" " Feb 16 07 09:60a B II Rioble 239 566 2492 p.2 Agenda Item ~,Jo. 98 April ~I 0,2007 Page 6 of 21 ~ ._~ .. Witlwm F. Ribble Jr. Heme 710.;30-]665 15510 C.edarwood Lane Naple., Florid. 341 10 billyjool@yahoo,com Exocl4twe Profile Corporate Development ExecutivelOperatkms Director with 35+ years of cross functional exper;cl"Ice in sales, labor. risk m8Ilagemen4 with strong operational acumen, Strong presentation. negotiation and team building skills. Successful crganizational development skills that produced bigh profits and Te\lenue, and (ow operational costs Career Achlevnnents TratlsitIDtJcd 65,000 delivery personnello be frcnt line sales representatives producing 268 million in new sales revenues. lntr<:lduced a Risk Management pro~s to reduce WorkerCompenwion Ctaim~ of 700 million in liability. Developed a corporate training lOOl for employee relations betWeen management and union employees Negotillled a multimillion dollar CQotract with the Central States Teamsters an,d UPS, Organized Welfare to Wor\; employment process, including transportation and thUd care, l'rofts.11HlD1 History Vi.ce President Corporate Operational Development 2004 to 2005 United Pared S(!nIlce Atlanta. Georgia Senior Stsffpositivn reporting directly to we COO. Responsible for developing operational processes that enhance reven'Ucs and reduces CCtsts. Developed a Risk Management assessmer.t to audit the front lin.e operations for safety and OSHA compliance. Provide relationship building services becween front line operations and corporate department heads. Developed a recognition pmgram for detive-ry d...;ver sales to enhance \'olume and revenue, ! 988 to 2004 USA Vi::e President Operations United Parcel Sel"Vice District Mar.ager of four large operational districts at UPS. West New York. Kansas, Georgia, and \1etro Philadelphia. Re;ponsible for all QpenniDns, sales, volume, revenues, costs, employment. liability and community relations. Responsible for ] 0,000 employees in.cluding 21000 delivery \'~hicl~s and 18 }J.mbo aircraft in the largest district in the UPS system. Developed a new flight from tbe PHL ai!'JX'!t to France to build smail package and air cargo. Tbis new lane gavt UPS one day service advantage over the comp-etition. Developed a relationship betWeen UPS and Tbe Urban League to improve workplace divers:!)'- and relalionshjps. 19S2 t() 198' Pennsylvania This included package delivery, hub and air operations. Division Manager UniIed Parc(!f Se....vice Division Manager, managing four divisions in two districts. Jmbuclor fOf the L 1'S sUp":vi.or training school. Coordinated and instructed the people workshop to improve employee relation.s. 1977t,1982 Pennsvlvania Re.pon.ible for all delivery nnd pick up in thes~ Business Manager (jr.ited farr;:r:{ service Managed three deliver)' operations in rn.'o different dh-isions. operations. Safety Manager for the CeTlC'aJ P A. District Employee Relaticns. Manager for the Central Pk D~strict. . . . F9b 16 J7 D9:60a B II Ribole Supervisor United Parcel Sf!rvi~e Supervised bub ilIld package delivel)'. Set up opera~ians in t",..o new UPS facilities. Assigned to an expansion team to expand service to the western states. Loader United Parcel Se.o-vice Loaded package cars for delivery. Part lime job while anending oollege. Eduoalfmr B.S., Ed"cation Kut:lOwn Stale College Robert Morris Coilege Human ResolD'ces and. Laboc Relation Cou-ses Balc.er Urriveniry Masters in Business Administratioo Cour!Oes M.B.A. Ref,ls University MRA Business Administration BOtJrds Chairman Kutzlown fOWi.dation Boarj of Ad\lancement, 2004 to Present C~oirrn"" of the Board, Urban League, Philadelphia. 2000 to 2004 E:{~cuti\'e CQmrn\ttee, Chamber ofCorr:.mef"Ce, Philadelphia, 1997 to 2004 Boord Member, Worle: Affairs Council, Philadelphia, 2002 to 2004 BOiIJ'd Member, Police Athletic Leag"', Pbiladetphia, 1998 to 2004 Board Member, Convention and Visitors Bureau. Philadelphia. 1998 to :2004 Board Member, Workforce Planning Commission, PhlladelprJa, 1999 to 2004 Vice Crairman, Urban League, Atiama. 1992 to 19% National Leadersbip Chairman, United Way, Atlama. 1992 10 j 996 B.,...,.d Member, Urbar League, Kansas Cil}'. 1990 to 1991 Board Member, United Wa~. Kansas Cic}', 1990 to 1991 Board Member. Litera;;:)' for Tomorrow, Kansas Clty. 1990 to 1991 Professwnal rralnbtg Princlples of Leadership, Franklin Cove)... 1997 Executive MBA LogiStics ':'raining, rll'~ichigaIl State University,. 19';-5 Communications and Leadership, Dale Carnegie, 19'77 Code (of Business Conduct, United Parcel Senice. 200: AmitruSt Compliance Tr4inbg. United Parcel Senii:e. 20')1 Insider Tradrng Traini11g. Lnited Parcel Service. 2001) Q...lity lmprovcment Process, United Paroel S::viee, 1999 Operatio:JS Compliance Training, Lniled Pmel SeI'\;ce, 1994 Employee: Relations Workshop, United Parcel Scnice, 1993 Linking Diversity, UD1~OO Pmcel Ser.ice. 1991 COiIChing and Rcinfordng. United P"",el ScI'\'ice, ]986 PeupJe ~'orkshop. Un:t=d Parcel Service, t984 239 666 24S2 p.3 t,,'::Jenda item ~\i8 93 . '-'I~O';Jr7 )-"i-'r1 1'...:...\ ,) PC199 17 Df 21 1971 to 1976 Pen!1Sylvani. t970 to 1911 Reading, Pennsylvania 1973 KutltOwn, P A. 1984 Pinsburgh, P A 1992 Overland Park, Kansas Det:embc:- 2006 Denver, Colorado Feb 15 )7 )951. 8'11 Ri"Dle 239 566 2492 p.4 ,ll,oenda Item No. 98 ~ ,8,pril '10, 2CJ07 Page 18 of 21 ~ -~ .. HO'UJTS llRti A ward, United Way Citizen ofl!Je Year Award. United Wa>. Philadelphia. 2004 Business Leader Award for Leadership, Urban League, Philadelphia. 2004 Whillley M, Young Award For Leadership, Urban League. Philadelphia, 2001 Pre5ident'. Award for Volunteerism, Urban League, Atlanta, 1996 Volunteer 20() 1 to 2004 Philadelphia Team Leader Wakisha Charter &hooJ Established 8 volunteer mentorshlp program between UPS managers and middle school swdents. Project Coordina.tor HaM'" for HumW'llty Secured funding and v,lunleers to build four new homes in NCJrth Central Philadelphia. T ellll1 Lower 1997 to 2000 Taggarl and Morrison Schools Philadelphia Sec:ured ft1nding to prc"ide mentoring with AmericOlps. Organized volunteers for a paint and clean up project. 1997 to 2004 Philadelphia T earn L~ader Presidenr's Summit Provided volunteers for a city wide service project through the uPS Nejghbor to Neighbor Program. 1999 to 2000 Phl:adeJphia T earn Leader Thurgood M3rshall Middle School Eslllblished a parD1Cf'5hip betWeen UPS and the school. impro~emenIs. 1993 to ]996 Atlanta Organized a meulOrir!g program, tutoring and scl100l Team Li:ader ,Vill!'~' Home/or Cl-riJdren Secured $ J 00,000 1n funding for building improvements. advance and achieve. 1990 to 1992 Kansas Cit)' Developed reccgnitian programs to encourage students to . . . Advisory Board Application filson_s Page I of2 l'l.qenc:a item ~,jo. 93 ~ ,LI,prii 10, :lOCi7 ?3g9 19 of 21 From: rosalinda@rcma.org Sent: Toesday, February 20,2007 10:25 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 2/20/2007 10:24:35 AM. Name: /Rosalinda M. Martine~ Home Phone: ~39-657-63211 Home Address: 11813 6th A venuel City: ~mmokale~ Zip Code: 134] 421 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: ~39-658-360ol e-Mail Address: ~osalindala}rcma.orgl Work Plaee: IRedlands Christian Migrant Associatio~ How long have you lived in Collier County: !more lhan 15[ Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are }'ou a registered voter in Collier County? IYe~ Board / Committee Applied for: /Hispanic Affairs Advisory Committe~ Category: !Not indicated/ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you eurrently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list your eommunity activities: 2/20/2007 .,j -. -4 Page 2 on .I\oenda Item 1'0. 98 - April ~! 0 2007 Page 20 of 21 ember Healthy Families Advisory Committee, Member School Advisory Committee mmokalee Communi School, Attend Immokalee Intera enc Council Meetin s. Advisory Board Application Education: High School Diploma - Western Carolina University Family & Community Service Program - Early Head Start Special Quest Program (4 year training program for working with Children with Disbilities and their families. - Florida Gulf Coast University Family Development Credential- Edison Community College - current student Ex erience: ormer migrant fannworker, 33 year resident of Collier County, 22 years of experience working with migrant and rural low income children and families in a variety of silions with RCMA. Began employment as an Outreach Worker, responsible for 35 amilies - case management and linkage to community services; promoted to Center oordinator responsible for all aspects of center management including staff supervision; Promoted to current position of Area Family Support Specialist, esponsible for Family Service Support and Supervison for ten Family Support Worker ocated in ten area child develo menl centers. 2/20/2007 Feb 18 07 11:01a Joe 239.594~ 1721 p.1 ,1i,;:sn~;a item No. S;3 A,p;:iJ 1Q, 20,07 Page 21' cif2-:C . Board of County Commissioners 33{l1 f,a",t Tamiami Tnlil J'\aplc!>., FL 34112 (23f)) :;4-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 fn=J "..;L. ~-' - ':: oJ C,", '-.'''. ,-J '.' " ;; ,- "~.""~il' 1< ::)', Applicaiion for Advisory Committees!Boal"ds Namc,5'oS6PhJ- C KAck,6 Homcl'bonc"S-q4~22..~J Home Addrc""i\ a& MiJl,l, R,w c"rt<,.(;f' tf.1~~: 3-410 q Fa. No. ,51Y /72/ Jj"rt'J.'}f>1,.o.: ~ 72. ,;Cj;;" I '1 e-mailoddress;;}Oe 0A>\l6~<26"~7:ei: PlaceoOcmplo)ment: l.<.lY-h ?&() """'e -.:;..M<n<-...ve;o e"'~(IJ'lU$e "-<>0..>6 \)!i.JU-OfMtClN..- """5""'1' B(JardorCi')mmitteeAppliedfor:~jC', l-\1.~It.."t'_ A'PP"'""",c:... -Arnl\-~~'1 Ct7l\+lV\o~~es ~ Ce."gory (ifapplic,""o), LA J.1 ;J!!JZ.<xYJ 1':\Jlmplt: C()mmi~~ml Dl!<trirt. D~lnper,C"nyirnn"'l"DllIIlisi.IIIY !let'~on. et~ How long ha,'c )'ou lh:~d io CoUier County: Years /1 Arc ycu a regi5:tered l'o!cr in ColHe: Cllunt).: 'Yes :y.,. Montbf!; No no YHIll cLirrcntly hold public offkc? Yes lrso,-,.,I;:nis that ufficc? No iY- . Have you ever been ('~(HJyicted of any offense against the Law? JfY~5, explain: __ Yes Nc -,c D(\ :'00 now ~('ne, or tIayc YOll ever sl!;ved, 011 II Collier COllnty ooard or committee? Yes No If res, JIlt' Iht the committecs!bDards: - I,R,O$,.51'XS H'iJ"'dJ ~ A-,ss-,j V - /l'dJ..Lt.. ""UN .....,,'M-G ~ 4-,s~JJ -.-- :1'-.. J-!C:tSC list )'OtZf commlloity acth'ities (ch'ic du b~. ll~ighborbood lls.socia:-hms, rete. and positions held: Erlucll:tion:~ f)(J'Y10l:flJ r;;ff,fUcY 1.#'f\.5H-l?/~ VI"'/ i_ 3.;.1. l{73ft1l/:, ().s 1h2./t.l.4' ~~fr: , I I pj 'i';~ AoSt l6uNAvnc-s _-----J/J.Cd2' 065 , Experience: -{-v &t;;; ctSN! I A--M--mv.-~ {!;(/(2.,f' 1fV'---- Please attach aft;' addiJiollaJ il/formain" you fed .tJr.!ftifrl!r1L T"iJ llppJictttion "Should br /iuwrutit!.d to SLJ': F!!wJIJ.l-.:x-eOlfNe MamJ.J;et;o (b.e t!oartl ofCoUlr.fcr l-OmnUssioflcrs, 33(H Ea:Sl ramwmi i-rail, ,"'Qpiel, Fl. .N! 12 lj~,(Ju wish, p:~cfr;xY{j"'- ap,,{;c:~i,,~ ftI ,23'1j774_31i():! or e-mail ll) ~;};:iJl-'!L!!(~:'{}!!~2~. 1h7-'II' you p..r l'Mlmlt'cring to SNTt' !lIe cili:xm v(C"Wer Cflll}.l).'. . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9C April 1 0, 2007 Page 1 of 11 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to serve a 4 year term, expiring on April 13, 2011, to the Industrial Development Authority. CONSIDERA nONS: The Collier County Industrial Development Authority has 1 vacancy due to the death of Jack R. Humphrey. This 5-member authority was established by the Board of County Commissioners on February 27,1979 by Resolution No. 79-34 pursuant to State Statutes 159, Part Ill. This authority has the power to issue Industrial Development Bonds to qualifying projects. Money generated from the bonds would be used to construct industrial plants, equipment and other facilities which would be leased or sold to private industry. The AUthOlity meets several times a year at irregular intervals. Terms for are 4 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 2 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY l2lliI ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Thad D. Kirkpatrick Clay \Y. Cone n/a None None TlIa COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Clay W. Cone .~ FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA T10N: That thc Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint I mcmber, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confim1ing the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: APRIL] 0, 2007 .---., COLLIER COUNTY 30M:D OF COUNTY COiM"'!SSIONEF~S Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: pp -,;n:"lC'l1 01 IYInr ,~)'3' .~, :I',e 'niXh1r:rJl U("'.m';:;,lr"eni ;'.llt:IGlity _111:' N', ;<,rt Prepared By SLJeFilson f_X0Cc:tIVC MJno(jer\o 1I1f: ECC Dille Board ofCOl.lnty COl1lmis:;;orter& 9CCOff,ce 311Zi20D710;44:2fi;.M Appro\'cd By Jame!,V, Mudd SO(:"II,Manager D~te Bcwl'dMCour'lry Commissiorw,s County Manager's Office 31311200712;04PM ~ \:'"1'<&''' _~5,<'lJtmmi lU06-2(J07 fDC ROdrd of D;re<1lJrs Chairm,ln RichiHdC. Grant President Crant. F-jdkin, P(W5UTl, Arh.m & Crown. PA Immediate PaSI Chairman ]oddE,GJles Pre;.idenl and CEO GatcsMeVey Chairman Elect )ulieA.Schmelzle SeniorVin'Presidenl Bank of America President TJmmiej. Nemecek rconomic Development Council nfCo(herCnlJnt~' Vice PresjderJt~ CHlo~ Di,li President & CEO Culi Coa,( American ~abrL 'tlon Carol E.GiriHdin i'artncr l.ilrson Ai'en CPAs, Consultants and Advi<;ors DavidA. H.Jrt Vice Presidenlof Governrncnl Relalions WClCommunities lames A, \A~mke'l Chief Financial Officcr& ExpwtiveVice Tlresidf'nt ,....CH HealrhcMe S\'~lem Directors If>ffArlbril1en Pre<;id~nl ColiierCdmpus E:di\unColll'g<.' RuddvBrunk<,' PubIICAif<llf<;M,1nager [MBARQ LiIlDl"B!ieux no \1>,,ijoe5preJdkcnnu!ogi(>,_\,,rox K('''I S, r.lif,rl keg'on,,! he'iidPrll l..~J1; CUd_I! k.ewon \A;,d'(>VI~ TI'(nld<;l.r!oofi !'''''salent;Jlll' CLCl C-,!!jcf::ntElfmsc~ltd !nhn M, GI"p<,on Vin'be,ld,."t Ihoo B0I1'1,1 BJV CH)LJIi Br,,lnL.C".lglJf>n "lee F'CSI(!p,,: of J.~c~i hUl!' [J"lrron Col!lt'r(,'mpd~i(', r--.:lcho!asl. Hhl!\ Jr !'re,idpnt '\ve,lytilriaLJnivw\ity -;noma5"(hdd" Lund Vice Pre<;iu~nt lundClpJtJICrr'lJp f.:im ,~\inMjd- VICf !'res"ifnt Culi Bil~' Croup of Cnrllp<lrllf', ,prr\"I\tcMah<ln Pr,'sirk'nl Intern.:itio"cl!Co!.eg<, YVilii~rrH_ Morsan S{-nlOr\'rn'Pre,ldenl ri:)h -:-h:rd Il~nk Ruber1Mul!wr(> \/icePre,id(_'nt RV\lA, tm Willi,m, K O"-v<cd ,'\ttor'1C'\'JllilW Roelzel'S. And'l.S, TirnOI!1\'R,P,1rrv Sr,\'icp PI'-><;Ir!Pflt & Gt']H'r,lICour,\(,1 ! te~lth Man.lg('menl ,^'~(H'i"j(c' Dc, Ric:ha'dPegm.t:er Dean, CoIJ~R(;'(Jillll,in('s' I-I(lr',d" (~"II-C(,;"t l !niw'r,it" lohn ['inhnl,l",r SertlorVlce f're<,idprtt f(rdH Construction AI",,, !\C'vrtold, Ch<lirrn<i~ & no I-'VlisonMilief SU'.lnTak~n A5~()ciJ1E' Adrn;'ni,tr~tor PhY5ician,Reglonal Medicitl Cent{>r b , J I. /, pr "; 1.;~IO -p,.l J"~ 11 '\ / '. I-CONOMIC 8EVELOPMENT COUN ofCollietCount\', Flm Crovving Creat ideas' 3050 North Horseshoe Drive, Suite 120 Naples, Florida 34104, USA 239.163.8989 . Phone 2.39.263.6011 . Fax 1.866.eNaples . Toll Free edc@Je,'\JaplesFlorida.com wwv\'.e,'\Japl esFlori da .com , March 26, 2007 Board of County Commissioners of Collier County Attn: Sue Filson Execulive Manager Collicr County Courthouse, Building ''F'' 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112-4977 Rc: Appointment to Industrial Developmcnl and Educational Facilities AUlhorities Dear Commissioners and Ms. Filson: The Economic Developmcnt Council of Collier County has becn advised lhat there is a vacancy on the Collier County Educational Facilities Authority ("EFA") and the Collier County Industrial Development Authority ("IDA") due to the dealh of one of the mcmhers. Aftcr public notice, Clay Cone has applied for appointment to both the EFA and IDA, and MI. Cone and Thad Kirkpatrick havc applied for appoinlment to the IDA. While both men are well-qualified for the appointment, EDe recommends the appointmcnt of Mr. Cone to both authorilies. The EFA was created in 1999, and since the inccption the members oflhe IDA have also becn the mcmbers of the EFA. MI. Cone has taken an interest in economic activities in Collicr County for more than 20 years, and is well known to the existing members oflhe authorities. The ECOn01111C Development Council highly recotl1mends Mr. Cone's appointment If you nced further inf01111ation, pleasc give me a call. V cry truly yours, ~'lVWl'lllib1lJlC{k- Tammie ?';;;Jecek President and COO Aoenda Item No. 9C -- April ~IO, 20Cl7 Page 4 of ''11 Collier County Educational Facilities Authority 3050 North Horseshoe Drive, Suite 120 Naples, Florida 34104 (239) 263-8989 Alice J. Carlson, Chairman Barbara M. Rosenberg, Vice Chainnan Ross P. Obley, Secretary John J, Agnelli March 23,2007 Board of County Commissioners of Collier County Attn: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Collier County Courthouse, Building"F" 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112-4977 Re: Appointment to Educational Facilities Authority Dear Commissioners and Ms. Filson: The Educational Facilities Authority has a vacancy due to the death of one of our members, Jack Humphrey. Clay Cone has applied for appointment and the Authorily recommends his appointment. If you need further infonnation, please give me a call. ~e truly yours, . . . r L" >f.'. , r 'Wi,uuv 1/!.. Vfv/L / ,. Barbara M. Rosenberg ! Vice Chainnan A.:;ienda !1ern r'~o. 9C April 10 2007 Page 5 of i 1 (- Industrial Development Authority Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Alice J. Carlson 435-3988 OS/26/98 OS/26/02 4 Years 2730 Leeward Lane 261-8469 01/23/07 09/24/11 4 Years Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: ajc@cddflorida.com District: 4 Category: & tt'I'\~,".,J, Mr. Jack R. Humphrey ~Q\,,\\ 777-8683 11/07/95 02/28/99 4 Years P.O. Box 8597 04/22/03 04113/07 4 Years Naples, FL 34101 E-Mail: jrnaples@comcast.net District: 4 Category: Ms. Barbara Minch Rosenberg 389-2771 11/07/95 02/28/99 4 Years ( 5963 Bermuda Lane 592-6199 04/22/03 04113/07 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Mr. John AgneIIi 775-2230 06/10/97 02/28/00 3 Years 373 Bay Meadows Drive 774-3726 05/10/05 06/12/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: jjagnelli@aoLcom District: 1 Category: Mr. Ross P. Obley 591-1802 OS/26/98 02/28/01 3 Years 802 Slashpine Court 05/10/05 06/12/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: rossgolfs@aoLcom District: 2 Category: ~'-.'" <..~ . 0;. -'.,:-0:-:'''"''''"''""''::''-'''0'''".'..:;:...., _.~'_:;';~~".",,;,e., Friday, January 26, 2007 :-':::",:~.~'- .";.,"'''''.........':-'__"'',''",:.,'"..'l..::::.."..,,;-.:,,_~..', Page 1 of2 Aoenda Item t'>Jo. 9C ~ April 10, 2007 Page 6 of 11 Industrial Development Authority Name Work Phone Home Phone Appl'd Exp. Dale DaleRe-appl 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term Established on February 27,1979, by Resolution No. 79-34 pursuant to FL STAT 159, Part III, This authority is composed of 5 members who serve staggered, 4-year terms, This authority has the power to sell industrial revenue bonds. Money generated from the bonds would be used to construct industrial plants, equipment and other facilities which would be leased or sold to private industry, Tammie Nemecek, Executive Director Economic Development Council 3200 Bailey Lane, Suite 162 Naples, FL 34105 phone: 263-8989 fax: 263-8021 FL STAT 159, Part ill Slaff: Don Pickworth, Attorney: 263-8060 j FridllJ'7 j;~~:~;"26~2007' "~',,'..;,~h''t:,-'..,'''..C'''':),.7_ ......, ".,~~~:;::,;;::.~,: Page 2 -."-".:',;:~- MEMORANDUM L\Jenca :te:1', No. 9C - /\;:J~ji '10.2007 Pa;18 7 of 11 DATE: February 12, 2007 TO: Elections Office ~ Sue Filson, Execulive Manager Board of County Commissioner i 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 dislricl in which each applicant resides. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY COMMJSSION DISTRICT Thad D. Kirkpatrick 420 Widgeon Pointe Naples. FL 34105 4 1 Clay W Cone 760,8'eJair Court Naples, FL 34103 Thank you for your help. ,,,.___~.~~._ .........,_...__......'h....._., MEMORANDUM Aaenda Itern f\lo. 9C ~ .l\pril 10,2007 Page8of11 DATE: February 12, 2007 FROM: Attorney Don Pickworth .j Sue Filson, Executive Manage Board of County Commissioner ' TO: RE: lndustrial Development Authority As you know, we currently have a vacancy on the above-referenced authority. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. 1 have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Thad D. Kirkpatrick 420 Widgeon Pointe Naples, FL 34105 Clay W. Cone 760 Delair Court 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 ",ill 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 tbe 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 .- . . '~Jenda Item f\!o. 9C Llpril 10. 2007 Pa;Je 9 of 11 Board of County Commissioners 3301 Ea,'l T llDliami Trail N "pies, FL 3~ 112 (239) 77~-8097 F"" (239) 77+.3602 6,_; Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: Thad D. Kirkpatrick Home Phone: 239.403.0862 Zip Code: 34105 HomeAddr~:420 Widgeon Pointe. Naples, FL Fax No. 239.390 .1901 Business Phone: 239.390 .1912 e-mail address:tkirkpatrick@cohenlaw.com Place of Employment: Cohen & Grigsby, P.C. Board or Committee Applied for: Indus trial Development Category (if applicable): Example: CommbdoD Db:trlct. De'ftloper. ellVtnmmentMIlst.lay prr8OR, ek. How long have you lived in CoUier Couuty: Years 1 7 Mouths 1 Are you a registered voler in CoUier Counly: Yes)( No Do you currently hold public office? Yes Uso, what is tbat office'! No y Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yos__No )( Do you now serve, or have you ever se~ on a CoDier County board or committee1 Ye5 If yes, please list the committeeslboards: No X Please lisl your community activities (civic dubs, neighborhood associations, elc. and po.itions bdd: Chairman, Caring Place I Village School Board of Directors Director, Gulfshore Rotary Experience: F1. Education: B. S. Finance Risk Mana ament & Real Estate) FL Vice President ~enior.~unsel enera artner - artner - (Fort Lauderdale, FL) S rin s FL ~oard Cert~t~ed ~eal Estate Lawyer Flor~da Bar *Practicin~ lawypr sinrp 19R4 PluulllttlChlll7}'tIIIdition4luuOl7lllltUm,YOflfal]Ml1iamt. This "Pl"1:: --,--..otUd~f~UJSru FIUtm. ~~Mllllllf/l!rto tile Board o{Ctmllt;y COl"",;1l'lIiu"'n~. 3301 Ead TflmilUni Trail. .\'apln:. FL 34112. If)'(Ju "i.h. pll'b$" jir:cYDuropplicatitn, to (2:19) iiJ-J6IJl ur e.-muil ro ~'IIt!/iI$o,,(fi'c(lI/if!N!(ll"."<!r. TlIlI1lIr .I""" for l'O!ullft!erillK to un't!' d,~ cirl:.en. ofCtHlier COlln/Y. filso"_s Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 9C l\prii 10, 2007 Page 10 of 11 Advisory Board Application .._-_.,--~-,-_.~~-----~._._-_._-'----_._-_.---~--'----_._--~-------'-------'-'-----"-- . From: cone3@earthlink.net Sent: Monday, January 22, 20074:26 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 1/22/2007 4:25:45 PM. Name: jclay W. Con~ Home Phone: [239-262-8229\ Home Address: 1760 Belair Court! City: lNaple~ Zip Code: ~41031 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-262-8229\ Business: [239-398-92681 ) e-Mail Address:~one3Ialearthlink.ne~ Work Place: leone Communicalions Compan~ How lon~ have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted oC any offense a~ainst the law? ffi Are you a re~istered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied Cor' ducational Facilitie Category: /Not indicate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? ffi Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ffi -1 Please list our communi activities: Step by Step - Board Mmeber David Lawrence Foundation - Board Member United ay of Collier County - Budget Review Chair PRSA, Gulf Coast Chapter - Board ember Leadershi Collier - Graduate Class of '97 Kentuc Colonels ofNa les- 1/22/2007 . . . Advisory Board Application l/22/2007 Education: A, Journalism -Indiana University (1988) Eastern High School, Louisville, Ky. ]984 Page 2 of2 L,r;:.:>nrja it8m i>.Jo. 9C . ,'\p:il W. 2007 Page 11 of 11 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ",genda Item No. 9D April 1 0, 2007 Page 1 of 10 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY OBJECTIVE: To appoint I member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term, expiring on March 23, 2009, to the Educational Facilities Authority. CONSIDERA TIONS: The Educational Facilities Authority has I vacancy due to a death. This 5 member authority was established by the BCC on March 23, 1999 by Resolution No. 99- 177 pursuant to FL STAT 243.18 - 243.40 to transact any and all business and to exercise any and all powers authorized by the Act for an educational facilities authority. International College requested an EF A to assist with tax-exempt financing of its now administrative/classroom facilities planned for the Northbrook College PUD. EF A is limited only to tinancing projects on behalf of private, nonprofit, post secondary educational facilities. Telms are 5 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY D1ST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. I Clay W. Cone I n'a l~ None COMMITTEE RECOMMENDA nON: Clay W. Cone .-- FISCAL IMPACT: NOC\JE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendalion for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direcl the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confilming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: APRIL 10, 2007 ..'-- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: f-,;)uncli-; 11(0111 hlc :;D Hi, 2 ~)Q (" ::' 0110 COLLIER COUr'iTY BOARD OF COUNTY cor!'MtSSIO!~ERS ,{l i'.(:t:<;>'ntrwr,1 OflllF.-rnrW' h":",e [,jL;Cd\lona'. "aCllit'8S ".lithor;t'l ~i".Oi;,'CQ'i 9.rl()':;'u t.M Prepared By E)lCC>ltiw Mnnag';!r 10 Ill'" Bee [),1te Sue>=ilsol'l BoardolCoumy Commis<;,oners Bec Office 3:::2/20071D'44;26AM Jam%V. Mudd Courti)' M"n~ger O~\e Approved B)' BoarClOfCoi,lnty Cornrnis5,ol'lers County Mannger'sOfllce J/31/200710:J$AM 2(J()6-2007 FOC Boanl of Directors Chilirman Ri.::hardC. Criln: President Grant Fridkin, Pe"rson, Athan & Crown, P.". immediafe Past ChilirmifFI TaddE_ Gates Pre;ldenlandCEO Gale; McVey Chairmafl EJect JulieA.Schmelzle SeniorVicePre,ident BankdAmeric:a President T;;!1lmieJ. Nemecek Economic Development COL:nciI of Collier County Vice Presidents Carlo, Diaz Pre,ident& CEO Gulf Coa,t American Filbriciltion Carol E. Girardin Polrtner Larso~ AllenCPAs, Consultants and Advisor, DavidA. Hart Vice President of Government Relalinns WCi Communitie, lames A. Warnke" Ch,efFinancial Officer & ExecutiveVicef'rcsidcnt ~CHHeallhcareSYSlern Directors JeffAilbrillf'n President Collier Campu$ Edison College SuddvBrunkcr Pllb:icAf!air!' ManJ~er EMBARQ ,. Lily De!3lievx CEO \.Vid~spr,'~c' T echnol'-'f;"'.' Xerox Ken:S. Eh:'rt Rcg'u"all'rcsidcrlt Gull COJ,: Ref,lon \.V~(:ho"'IJ Tho'11as].F;oc,d Prcsident~nd CEO Collier ~n1erflri,e<; Ltd. lohnM_Gieeson Vic[' Preside'Jt The !:lo"ila B,]y Cr'-'up B,;anL. C',guen Vice Presd~n' ,,; Re~1 "-st~lc Garron Coilier COlrlf'illlic'~ NicholasJ. Healy Jr. PreSident Ave Maria '~);liversity !"homas "Cnad" Lmd Vice Pr~;irien( Lvnd Cdp:tal Group h:imMl~Jrich Vice Pre,idcrlt Gull Bay Group ()I Comp~"i('S Terry M(.'Vla~an President Inlernati()fIJ. Colk';;l' WilliamH.Mor2an ~cniorVlce I're<';(k,nt FihhThird fbnk R.oo"rtMu,here Vice Pre,iuf.'ll! RIVA,n:::. \.Viiliam R. O.Neil Attorncval Law Roe:.zel&Andress TimothvR_ Parry ~r_ Vie<' P,psiderrt /{ Gf'r,p,,,1 CrY.I"'~~.1 HE'al'h ManZlgem<"nt As'oci:Hcs Dr_ Richard Pegll~:te' [Jean, Coliege o~ Busi:,()SS FlOrid" Gllll Coa<;tUnlve-rlity ;'onnPinf1olster 5~~lorVi:::t Pre5iri"nt Kraft Construction Alan Reynolds S~~_':.~~~,~.C[O ";,"UI"yt",,,, SllS~1"l Takacs A~,ociale Adminiwator ?hy,i~ian, Regional Medical Cenler co Ann ~ ~o ria 1~ ~:f,i~l [) 1\"'P~'''' I Be ECONOMIC DEVElOPMENT cou~ of Cullier County, Flo. Crowing Creat Ideas 3050 ,'lorth Horseshoe Drive, Suite 120 Naples, Florida 34104, USA 239.263.8989 . Phone 239.263.6021 . Fax 1.B66.eNaples . Toll Free edc@eNaplesFlorida.com www.eNap!esFlorida.com - .;.~. c..: eAcn I.. Ii n~ -,- kff N-] or[ID' ;'1' '. f".' t'lp' " "Ii'~ ro' ~\,,'" I (,f ~s, ~S" I" l March 26, 2007 Board of County Commissioners of Collier County Attn: Sue Filson Executive Manager Collier County Courthouse, Building "F" 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 341 12-4977 Re: Appointment to Industrial Development and Educalional Facilities Authorities Dear Commissioners and Ms. Filson: The Economic Developme11l Council of Collier Counly has been advised that there is a vacancy on the Collier County Educational Facilities AuthOlity ("EFA") and the Collier County Industrial Development Authority ("IDA") due to the death of one of the members. After public notice, Clay Cone has applied for appointment to both the EFA and IDA, and Mr. Cone and Thad Kirlq)atTick havc applied for appointment to the IDA. While both men are well-qualified for the appointment, EDC recommends the appointment of.\1r. Cone to bolh authorities. The EFA was created in 1999, and since the inception the members of the IDA ha\'c also been the members ofthe EFA. Mr. Cone has taken an interest in economic activities in Collier Connty for more tban 20 years, and is welI known to the existing members of the authorities, Thc Economic Developmem Council highly recommends Mr. Cone's appointment. I f you need further information, please gi ve me a call. Very truly yours, ~1/vWL!~1lotMuk- Tanmlie NdJecek President and COO ~~ <. ------'~ ~- ~ IJ,i'~~,'-~~'>__.1>'.".,o ~. .~~ ._-'--".""......._~___~_ ~_ _0<> ~ ~_ __ '\I'jf<" !\:i,C.L\IJlS( 1\ (,()[lll"-.t,dl l\l\iOk\J!l i\1\J\(() 1""1 \",1) ',V! i\l \1,'1 \ Collier County Industrial Development Authority 3050 North Horseshoe Drive, Suite 120 Naples, Florida 34104 (239) 263-8989 Barbara M. Rosenberg, Vice Chairman Alice J. Carlson, Secretary Ross P. Obley John J. Agnelli March 23,2007 Board of County Commissioners of Collier County Attn: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Collier County Courthouse, Building"F" 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples. FL 34112-4977 Re: Appointment to Industrial Development Authority Dear Commissioners and Ms. Filson: Agenda l1em ['>10. 90 f\.priI1 0,2007 Page 4 of 10 The Industrial Development Authority has a vacancy due to the death of one of our members, Jack Humphrey. Clay Cone has applied for appointment and the Authority recommends his appointment. If you need further information, please give me a call. V ery t~y yours, Ll / ~'--YlU1t[u~ Barbara M. Rosenberg Vice Chairman ~I ~~ I /,J-:-::nda item r<~o, 90 ~ April 10, 2007 Page 5 of 10 (~ Educational Facilities Authority Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Ross P. Obley 03/23/99 03/23/0 I 2 Years 802 Slashpine Court 591-1802 05/10/05 06/12/10 5 Years Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: rossgolfs@aol.com District: 2 Category: Mr. John Agnelli 775-2230 03/23/99 03/23/00 I Year 373 Bay Meadows Drive 774-3726 05/10/05 06/12/1 0 5 Years Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: jjagne1li@aol.com District: I Category: Ms. Barbara Minch Rosenberg 389~2771 03/23/99 03/23/03 4 Years C 5963 Bermuda Lane 592-6199 04/22/03 04/23/08 5 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: tJ~ ~ Ce~ Q\l. Mr. J. R. Humphrey €.\\,\\' 777-8683 03/23/99 03/23/04 5 Years 2540 Talon Court, #504 649-6623 05/10/05 03/23/09 5 Years Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: jrnaples@comcast.net District: 4 Category: Ms. Alice J. Carlson 435-3988 03/23/99 03/23/02 3 Years 2730 Leeward Lane 261-8469 01/24/07 01/08/12 5 Years Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: ajc@cddflorida.com District: 4 Category: ( ,;~-,~::T'=';',=",,:,:,~:;, :":-0.: ',~:.~':;^"", ,'C_'C:_',''''''' C'"~,,=,T:. ""CO'",:;;.'''''''<:.';, "'-='~~""'':'~,'"""r.,.;::; Friday. January 26, 2007 Page 1 of2 -.-----"'~,~--~~~--~.._--~~,~~~..,':,'-, Aoenda Item No. 90 - i\priI10, 2007 Page 6 of 10 Educational Facilities Authority '- Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp, Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term Established by the BCe on March 23, 1999, Resolution No. 99-177 pursuant to FL STAT 243.18 - 243.40 - (Higher Educational Facilities Authorities Law) to transact any and all business and to exercise any and all powers authorized by the Act for an educational facilities authority. International College requested an EFA to assist with tax-exempt financing of its now administrative/classroom facilijies planned for the Northbrook Village PUD. EFA is limited only to financing projects on behalf of private, nonprofit, post secondary educational facilities. Terms are 5 Years FL STAT 243,18 - 243.40 Stoff: Don Pickworth, Attomey: 263-8060 L.. "'...:"'..,.".:,..,-.:'.,...:,"'<;;s.;:.,.....~,.._,,:;.;.,"''''''''. Frid'Uy, Jan~-~ry .26. -iiif}7' - .-r.c\ 'c,,""cZ,-;1-":_-:.:'-,~:_E.:1~"'- ',,,.- -:,\2,,""''"'': '~-:;>":'lc"""",,~_..,-:-,.,-- ';'J:< Page 2 of2 MEMORANDUM .L<J2nja :tem No. 90 ,A.p:-il 10, 2007 Pags 7 of 10 DATE: February 12, 2007 Elections Office r\~ Sue Filson, Executive Manag~\ Board of County Commissioner~1 Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments TO: FROM: RE: 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. EDUCATION FACILITIES AUTHORITY COMMISSION DISTRICT Clay W. Cone 760 Belair Court Kaples, FL 34103 1 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda liem No. 9D Ap,iI10. 2007 Page 8 of 10 DATE: February 12,2007 TO: Attorney Don Pickworth FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners RE: Educational Facilities Authority As you know, we currently have a vacancy on the above-referenced authority. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an applicalion for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Clay W. Cone 760 Belair Court 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 10 this matter, SF Attachments Advisory Board Application filson_s Page I of2 item l;,lo. 9D April 10, 2007 Page 9 of 10 ..----._- -~-_. ----_._._.,-~----_...,--_._-,~,-----~-,-~~._-----,---_.-._--------~-_._----_.._-_.,--_.- ._._------- . From: cone3@earthlink.net Sent: Monday, January 22, 20074:26 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 1/22/20074:25:45 PM. Name: Jclay W. Cone! Home Phone: ~39-262-822~ Home Address: 1760 Belair Court! Cit).: /Naple~ Zip Code: ~41031 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-262-822~ Business: ~39-398-92681 . e-Mail Address:~one3(ci)earthlink.ne~ Work Place: leone Communications Companvl How long have you lived in Collicr County: /more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Iy e~ Board / Committee Applied for: ( ducational F acilitie Category: /Not indicated) Do you currently hold public offlice? ~ Do you currently or eVer sen'ed on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ . Please list our communi activities: Step by Step - Board Mmeber David Lawrence FOlmdation _ Board Member United Way of Collier County - Budget Review Chair PRSA, Gulf Coast Chapter _ Board ember Leadershi Collier - Graduale Class of'97 Kentuck Colonels ofNa les- 1/22/2007 .. -) At Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 D. 'lC:"'IGa Item No. 9D ~ April 10. 2007 Page 10 of 10 Education: A. Journalism - Indiana University (1988) Eastern High School, Louisville, Ky. ]984 1/22/2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY \J'J, :+s o 2CC:! '! of '13 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OBJECTIVE: To reappoint 1 member to serve a 4 yearterm, expiring on April 21,2011, to the Tourist Development Council. CONSIDERATIONS: The Tourist Development Council has 1 term expiring on April 21, 2007. This 9 member council was established by Ordinance No. 92-18 as an advisory committee to make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners regarding a proposed plan of uses for tourist development tax revenues. for the effective operation of the special projects or uses of the tourist development tax revenues, and to review all expenditures of revenues from the tourist development trust fund. This council consists of the Chainnan or designated representative of the Board of County Commissioners. 2 elected municipal officials. 3 owners or operators of motels, hotels. recreational vehicle parks, or other tourist accommodations in the county and subject to the tourist tax, 3 individuals involved in the tourist industry who have demonstrated an interest in tourist development but who are not owners or operators of motels, hotels or other tourist accommodations. The council shall meet at least once each quartcr. A list of the eun'ent membership is lneluded In the hackup. The tcnn for Clark Wakefield Hill will expirc on April 21. 2()()? A press rclease was issued and 1 resume \,.,as received fro111 the fol1o\ving interested citizen: APPLICA'\T CATEGORY DlST ELECTOR ADY. CO~D1. ~ Clark Wakefteld Hill ChVIKT/Op~'ra\()r \'c~ I 'I nunq DcvciuPllllTlt CnulK'il ATTE"IDANCE: 2 cxcused absenccs out of 16 meetings COMMITTEE RECOM:l1El\DATION: Reappointmcnt 0[. Clark Wakdield Hill ~SCALffi1PACT: NONE GROWTH MAl\AGEMENT 1!\1PA,CT: NONE RECOMMEND.^. 1'101\: That the Board of County Commissioners considcr the recommendation for appointmcnt. app(lint I mcmber. and direct the County At10rncv to prepare 2. resolution confil111ing the app()intm(~nt. Prepared By: Sue Filson. Executive k1anager Board of C(,unty Commlssioners Agenda Date: APRIL ](1.2007 ~. COLLIER COt:!\TY I:J;(,;jr ,',",'." 'Jr.',p..1:,,':'.i~1 " Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: ..< ",:,'1,;'ll;:,' 10 Fk -'Jl;""; ,;r"~'"'''' Prep3rcd By <:;"'0;::'1:,,,,, E.~G[;lJ"I'~ r, 'HDge'- Ie 111~. 8~~C !.;~\( 0< 0 J rc ()~ Scw n~; (:""""'":0"'>''';''-' n-:>_'; 0h",r J_._O, ;t'-44:2C.o.T\ Approved By J",',,,,,, ri,,"Jti ';"']111', ~,.~n~qc' :J~l" bG'Ir"dCO""\\i CcJmmissir,"f"!; '""oct,. r"'~""SJ""" ,)[;,,,,, 4'2,'2QD7"57fJ.t," ~,i~,; - __J' Naples @ MaTco Island ~ Everglades .... .. At>,.. ~ <. <, A" 1 MEMORANDUM TO: Sue Filson CC: JaCkWertW' FROM: Kelly Green DATE: 3/28/07 SUBJECT: TDC Board Member Recommendation On March 26, 2007, the Tourist Development Council voted noltllimously to recommend Mr. Clark Hill for re.v.ppointment to the TDC as Owner/Operator, District 2. We respectfully request that this rerommendztion be forwarded to the Bozrd of Count)' Commissioners for approyal. Thank You, Kelly Green Convention & Visitors Bureau 311511 N. Horsesboe Drive #218. Naples, FI 34104 T (239) 403-2384 . F (239) 403-2404 w. eb site www.paradisecoast.com -~'-~----_"'~"''''''''''.''_'''''_'_;_.''C__'''''_''''''e''_~' i:S:T: :'j,'J. ~:.:::' F.:';: ~ , "?(i,',7 MarCi1~l'i,20d7 New Business VI-3 2of4 CANDIDATE ADDRESS OCCUPATION TOC POS/TlON RESIDENCY NAME 5-10 years in 15515 CedarwOOd Lane General Manager, Owner/Operator Collier Clark W. Hill #102 Naples. FL 34110 Hilton Naples Countv I c TOURJST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL ATTENDANCE RECORD Clark Hill I Appointment Term: 7126/05 - 4/21/07 Meeting Date Status 8/2212005 E 9/26/2005 p 1117/2005 p 12/12/2005 p 1/23/2006 p 2/2712006 p 3/27/2006 p 4/24/2006 p 5/22/2006 p 6/26/2006 E 9/25/2006 p 10/23/2006 p 11/2712006 p 1/16/2007 p 2/26/2007 p 3/26/2007 p P=present E=excllsed absence L.::::n 1\':::, ~,~ ::<):1. U, ,_,,/u ::::,,_ "_/' ~":J, Tourist Development Council Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Chairman L~J, IIalti3 C1IIe1't'^- 774-8097 01/1 0/06 01/09/07 1 Year / 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: frankhalas@colliergov.net District: 2 Category: BCC Chairman Councilman John F. Sorey 434-4601 03/09/04 04/21/08 4 Years 735 Eighth Street South Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: council@naplesgov.com District: 4 Category: Municipal Officer - City of Naples Mr. E. Glenn Tucker 389-5000 05/02/00 04/21/04 4 Years 50 Bald Eagle Drive, Suite 204 03/23/04 04/21/08 4 Years Marco Island, FL 34]45 E-Mail: friartuck3725@cs.com District: ] CategolJ': Municipal Official - Marco Island Mr. Rick Medwedeff 642-2600 04/11/06 04/21/08 2 Years 400 S. Collier Blvd. 825-0048 Marco Island, FL 34] 45 E-Mail: riek.medwedeff@marriott.com District: ] CategOlJ': Ov.'l1cr/Opcrator Mr. Clark Wakefield Hill 430-4900 07/26/05 04/21/07 2 Years / 15515 Cedarwood Lane, #102 536-5076 Naples, FL 34 I I () E-Mail: chill@cooperhotcls.com Dis/rict: 2 Category: Owner/Operator L. ,-" ':'~:''''' ",:,::,,:,;.,,_.- ", "-:7:0' H'ednesday, October 11, 2006 Page 1 of3 Tourist Development Council Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndExpDate Ie Term 2nd Term Mr. Robert A. Miller 9090 The Lane Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: ovsterl127(iVaol.com , ~ District: 2 Category: Municipal - Everglades City 695-2073 594-0967 6 Mos. 4 Years Mr. Murray H. Hendel 4301 Gulf Shore Boulevard Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: murrp2MyaoLcom District: 4 Category: Non-Owner/Operator 262-0738 Mr. Edward R. Olesky 600 I Lake T rattl)rd Road Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail.' District: 5 Category: Owner/Operator 10/10/06 1011 0/06 04/13/04 657-2401 04/]1/06 657-2401 Ms. Susan M. Becker 371 Eleventh Avenue South Naples. FL 34102 E-Alail: sssbecker@msn.coIl1 District: 4 CategOl:l': NOn-Ov.11er/Operator 03!26/02 261-7708 03/1 4106 Wednesday, October 11.2006 Page 2 of3 04/2 lI07 04/21/11 04/2 lI08 04/2 III 0 04/21/06 04/2 II 10 4 Years 4 Y cars 4 Y cars 4 Years ,,",,".,1 ",1 Tourist Development Council Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Da/eRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 9 member council was created on March 23,1992 by Ord. No. 92-18 to make recom mendations to the Board of County Commissioners regarding a proposed plan of uses for tourist development tax revenues, for the effective operation of the special projects or uses of the tourist development tax revenues, and to review all expenditures of revenues from the tourist development trust fund. Membership consist of the Chairman of the BCC, 3 owner/operators, 3 non-owner/operators and 2 elected municipal officials. Terms are 4 years. NOTE: BCC adpoted Ord. 2000-44 on 6/27/00 as follows: "The City of Everglades and the City of Marco Island shall alternate as the second municipal member. In the event that other municipalities are legally created in Collier County, then those municipalities shall be included in the rotation process for the second municipal seat. Reso 2002-226 adopted on 5-14-02 permitting municipalities to recommend TDC appointees, with membership consisting of Chairman of BCC, 3 municipal representatives, 3 owner/operators and 2 nonowner/operators. On 9-21-04 BCC adopted Ord 2004-57 deleting the non-voting member with professional experience in the promotion and marketing of special events. FL STAT 125.0J04 Staff: D,ebbi.. M8r~hp Tourism Department: 403-2384 /<-t //'( Gr~'''' J- Wedne.sday, October 11, 2006 Page 3 of3 -' .'- MEMORANDUM DATE: March 2, 2007 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioner 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. TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL COMMISSJON DISTRICT Clark Wakefield Hill 155] 5 Cedarwood Lane. # I 02 Naples, FL 34J JO ~ Thank you for your help. 1'_9rTi :~-:-' ___ 7 MEMORANDUM ',', DATE: March 2, 2007 TO: Kelly Green, Tourism Department FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager~ ~ Q / Board of County commissioner0 "\ RE: Tourist Development Council As you know, we currently have a vacancy on the above-referenced advisory cormnittee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this eormnittee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Clark Wakefield Hill 15515 Cedarwood Lane, #102 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 v,~ll prepare an executive summary for the Board's eonsideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records ofthe applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize thc 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 . Advisory Board Application . filso"_s ------_.._._----_._._-~ -------_.__.__.__.__._~---_.._-----_._--_._---_._--- From: chill@cooperhotels.com Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 3:47 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line AdvIsory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 2/15120073:47:16 PM. Name: !clark Wakefield Hil~ Home Phone: ~39 596 5076[ Home Address: 1155] 5 Cedarwood Lanc. # I 02[ City: /Naplesl Zip Code: 134] 101 Pbone Numbers Fa,,: ~39 659 31 ] 41 Business: 1239 430 49001 e-Mail Address: Ichi1l!a)cooperhotcls.eon~ Work Place: /Hilton Napld How long have you lived in Collier County: 15-] (~ Have you ever been convicted of any offcnse against tbe law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Iy c~ Board / Committce Applied for: ITourist Dc\'clopment Council Advisorv Boardl Category: /Not indicatedl Do you currcntly hold public offfice? u;;J [Tourist Development Council: · Board Member. 2005 - Presen~ . Do you currently or ever served on a Collier Couoty Board or Committee? IYe~ Please list your eommunity activities: 2/16/2007 Page I of2 . ) .-. Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 :1>::.';-,-: ~\.''). ~,_ ; ~I. - / - Q': -:? Collier County - Collier County Hotel & Lodging Association: ' Member, Board of irectors April 2005 - Present' Immediate Past President January 2004 - April 2005 ' resident January 2002 - January 2004 ' Vice President February 2000 - January 2002 eater Naples Chamber of Commerce: ' Member, Board of Directors April 2002 - resent Collier County Sports Council: ' Founding Board Member January 2004 - resent Economic Development Council of Collier County: 'Corporate Member anuary 2000 - Present Hilton Hotels of Florida Marketing Advisory Board: ' Director January 2000 - Present - LEE COUNTY - Edison College: ' Chairperson, Hospitality allege Advisory Board 1988 - 1999 Lee County Hotel & Motel Association: ' Vice resident, President, Past President, Board Member 1994 - 1998 Lee County Sports Organizing Committee: ' Founding President, Board Member 1988 - 1999 Harborside onferenee and Convention Council: 'Member, Board of Directors 1993 - 1999 Lee ounty Workforce Development Council: 'Member, Board of Directors 1993 - 1996 otary International: * Member] 995 -1999 Chamber of Southwest Florida: * Member 1989 _ 1999 Lee County Economic Development Council: * Member 1989 - 1999 reater Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention & Visitors Bureau: * 2005 irector's Award For Excellence In Tourism * 2003 Best Strategic Partner Greater aples Chamber of Commerce: * 2005 Volunteer Of The Year Hilton Hotels orporation: * 2004 Balanced Scorecard Achievement - Excellence Award (Hilton Taples Ranked 6 among all Full Scrvice Hilton Hotels for Service and Guest Return ntent) Shula's Steak Houses: ' Flagship Location for Culinary Training and New . nvestor Dcvelopment Southwest Florida Conciergc and Guest Services Association: ' ")004 General Manager of the Ycar Nominee AAA: · Four Diamond Award 2001, 2002, ")003.2004.2005,2006 Education: . University of Alabama - Major: industrial Relations] 971 - 1975 ' Hilton Hotels Corporation - General Manager Recertification Annual' Hilton Hotels Corporation - General Manager Orientation 1999 ' Holiday Inn University - General Manager Sales, !\1arketing and Operations Effectiveness Program] 9f.5 ' American Hotel & Motel iSducation Institute - Certified Hotel Administrator Designation] 984 - Present' Dale ramegie Programs - Human Relations Course 1980 Experience: Extensive, diverse Hospitality Management experience since 1975. Opened three hotel~ hat consistently perform among the top in their market classification. Lead turn-around eams transforming underperfomling, troubled properties into guest service focused, Ihigh quality, very profitable businesses. ' Huntsville Hilton Hotel 1975 - ] 982 ' Knoxville Airport Hilton Hotel 1982 - ] 984 · Holiday Inn St. Peters/ St. Louis Area 1984 - 1987 · Holiday Inn Select, Bell Tower 1987 - ] 999 (Concurrent) , Homewood Suites Hotel. Bell Tower 1997 - 1999 ' Hilton Naples/Shula' s Steak House 1999 - Present 2116/2007 ';"."'~ Board of County Commissionel"s 3301 East Tamiami Trail 1\aples, FL34112 (239) 774-81197 Fax: (239) 7H.36112 '~.~. .'ll;.. ,~t~,]..\I,. '.:/ L__"' ~ . ~/ '.. /,' -,',' ,"')'J) / Application for Advisory CommitteesfBoards Name: ::::rC;l1f/ L.,}/b J? kl/ r1--;..I Home Address: ~)~? 0 ! q T ";Jl!C- ,c;, 1 cj, Home Phone: t/,c:-~ t ;;-; [19 Zip Code: :3 {j / / -;; Fax No. Lj <jq ,. ..)"1 ,- Business Phone: 'I:: ~.. :-;-{O? V e-mailaddress::JClL111 jUt1R,.,..;.....(? ,. '/ F7 <'v7/i' ff. )Jtlp~- .0c1U Business: (}u)c .~ I" ;h4iE (;(-::. F 'F~ f," c--~ S:.?- 1-' r,:J r-j.k' C~ Board or Committee Applied for: T,~rl C__ Tt LJ (t\ '51 Dr- L' {'-{ C' f yt--,1- /" r,(l~-'I'i {'I L_ Category (if applicable); L ('IG,' I ~!l-; 1-:'-' _S{.' 1-( Example: Commission District. Developer, en,'ironllll'lltali.~l. lay person,elL Du you currently hold public office'? Yes If so. what is that officc; ~o ,------ J::{D{ d f~r I CO 1-e-fP~D7 '2,./ /' ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier Cnunt~': Yes c~- ~(l Do you now serve, or have you ever scrTcd, on a Collier Count~' board or committc<:; Yes if yes. plca~e list the committeeslhoards: . " /' Education: /'fre, i'1 . ~ ~ ( , , I,,, r ( .l. //11/ L~ -; I ///JL , /'.1 ,(. r+/) .,' , Expcrifncc: l~ "'-1':':1 ,: ~r I. 1._, J':::- -) ;..; !?-!.~- J' I ~ _' , ----;-;?- i r . /,--/)J \.' i- 1['. .:';- ):/:' /:c r. ,,-;> H /_ r Ii ill i - C i ('1"1 i~Jh L,.. /~7h: r- ,,---, ..L!--=- /"---j -.-L' '-')j~n; i"' ,;~ Ii L ~ 2- /7' , c ~, '.. r: )LII,c; U r'1(~ ~- '1".1,,0 !,rln 1- ,I j , . , ,";"--,~~I' ,t. i ~ I 1'1 ,:~ '\ i:' r:-'-- ,If}'- Ie., /'-' f r-' .:'...,1"- Please attach allY additional i/lformaulJll}'oufeel peninent. This application should beforwarded EO Sue Filson. E.."CCIUlI'C Manager to the Board of Coullty Comm~'sion('rs. 3301 Ea.w Tamiami Trail, /\'aples. FL 3411 2. ~r rou wish. please fax J'ou" ufJplicmio/l to (:!39)774-,~602 or e-mail to ,\'u"fi!.\'m,rii;t:ollier!!(Jl'.lIct numkyou for JIOlunteen'ng to ,\lon'c the cilium' of Collier Count)'. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY /:c,(K-' ::";2 [;:8r-:-, J).9i="'- Ail:}.2:}C"7 '1,::,1 (; APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE AIRPORT AUTHORITY OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant tenn, expiring on August] O. 2009, to the Airport Authority. CONSIDERA nONS: The 7 member Airport Authority was created on June 22, 1993, by Ordinance No. 93-36 and has the responsibility for the construction, improvement, equipment, development, regulation, operation and maintenance of the airports and airport facilities. Members of the Authority shall be residents of Collier County with business ability and expelience in one or more fields which, by way of example, may include, but are not limited to, general business, economic development. aviation, public affairs, law, finance, accounting, engineering, natural resource conservation or other related fields. There shall be at least 1 member of the AuthOlity appointed from each of the communities oflmmokalee, Marco Island, and Everglades City if a qualified candidate who resides within the respective area is available for appointment to the Authority. No person holding elected office at the State. County, or Municipal level shall be appointed 10. or be a member of, the Authority. Members must file a F0l111 1 Statement of financial Interests each year with the Supervisor of Elections. A list of the cun'ent membership is included in the backup. Mr. Richard Schmidt resigned on February 25. 2007. A press rc1ease was issued and] resume was reeei'..ed from the fo]]owing interested citizen: --- APPLlCA!'>T CATEGORY !!lliI ELECTOR AllV. COM"\1. Charlc~ R. Campbell Busine~s f\..bna:'C'lllenl 4 None COMMITTEE RECOMMENDA TlON: Since Mr. Camphell is located out of state for 5 months of each year. it is rccommendcd that the Board of County Commissioners dirccted stafT to re-advcliise this position. FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEME!\T IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TlON: That the Board of County Commlss;oncrs consider the recommendation. give dircction to stall and if a memb.er is appointed. direct the County Attol11ey to prepare a resolution conlirl11;ng tbe appointmc111. Prepared By: Sue Filson. Ex..xutivc Manager Board of County Commissloners Agenda Date: APRIL 10,2007 /""' COLLIER COUNTY U:',,',,, ::j'.;r:iYC',);',LT'Si(;!-EffS Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: "C':",:""'" ;~, elk (":c,,,E." :::'W(\ 'I,r. I're[lured By s,,'" ~,,',an E:"i,~,n"H:: MJno'!" I{, 111__' r',CC D:ni: f3"",c; ()ICount.}' ';:::C 2tll':" 3':~!2(lO~ j{'a':2i, ;,r:, C.O,",Hn",'_"o"crs Appruved By JC>rl1 L'~ " Ii. u c!d ,:;olln;v M:",,>,cr Ua,G ~:c,," i 0: C;r;"n:y C~rt,mi5S'0''f,r". C:.,u:,ty k~n ,(V.',':, :"f:,c< 'UL'F'Ci7 :52 F'K,~ ~, A1RPO.t, ~'f. :1"1"~ COLLIER COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY ; ~ 2005 Mainsail Drive Ste. 1 3 ~ ~ Naples, FL 34114-8955 o ::; (239) 642-7878 ~ "-.:' Fax (239) 394-3515 www,coflieraviation_com March 29, 2007 Sue Filson, Executive Manager Collier County Board of County Commissioners 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 Dear Sue, RE: Airport Authority Board The Collier County Airport Authority has reviewed the application for the above- referenced Board, and has determined that the following applicant is qualified to serve as member of the Airport Authority Board: Aoolicant Charles R. Campbell Areal') of Expertise Business Management However, because Mr. Campbell is located out of state for five (5) months of each year, the Airport Authority would like to re-advertise the position in order to potentially find a qualified applicant that resides in Florida year-round. Please contact us at 642-7878 Ex!. 34, if you need additional information from the Airport Authority. Thank you. r-~' ~ ~- Theresa Cook Executive Director 1'1 M..rco Island Execut,veA'POfl '-' 2005 Ma'nsa~ D~Vf' Ste 1 NSDIes FL 3411<:-8955 (239)394--3355 (239)642-~27Fa)( D Imrnokalee Regoonal A,cpo'''. 165Au'po1r1< Boult!Yi>rd irrYrnk<!~,t:'L3ol''''2 (2391657-9003 (239) 657 .919~ Fax o Everglad!!SArrparll P:OBo~889 6~ E C ,,'l!~::oa"', 1'!.0:'!d EllefgladesCny.FL 34139 (239)695--2778 (239) 695-3556 Fax Airport Authority Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Michael Klein 355-6429 03/13/07 208 Allen Avenue; P.O. Box 5025 695-0595 Everglades City, FL 34139 E-Mail: nfn19842@naples.net District: 5 Category: Mgmt; economics; engineering;E-City resident 08/1 0/09 2 Years Mr. Harold Mays 10/24/06 08/10/07 2 Years 600 Collier Avenue 695-2864 Everglades City, FL 34139 E-Mail: District: 5 Category: Everglades City Resident Mr. Byron J. Meade 775-0623 06/08/04 08/1 0/05 1 Year 1303 Cobia Court 775-0623 09/13/05 08/1 0/09 4 Years Naples, fL 34102 E-Mail: jmeade6000@ao1.com District: 4 Category: Business and Finance Mr. Richard Schmidt ~;'\Cj"..e~.01 09/13/05 08/1 0/09 4 Years 2786 Orange Grove Trail "J-.'r 354-3490 Naples, FL 34101 E-Mail: rschmidtl956@cartWinknet District: 5 CategolJ': General Business Mr. Stephen L. Price 657-3171 08/1 0/93 08/1 0/97 4 Years 1400 N. 15th Street 657-1014 09/13/05 08/10109 4 Years lmmokalee, fL 34142 H-Mail: Di5trict: 5 Category': PilotlFinancelBusinessman '.._-~-CC:;'~- :.-;-....:~'''.... -- ~"- ~ Wednesday, March 14,2007 Page 1 liS':-;", iV.:,;} ~::::l I Airport Authority .IVanle Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndE\.pDate Term 2nd Term 289-5862 642-4410 4 Years Mr. David R. Gardner 817 Giralda Court Marco Island, FL 34145 E-Mail: annedavidl@earthIink.net District: 1 Category: Construction; eng & Aviation; M,l. resident Mr. Eugene J. Schmidt 383 Harbour Drive, #205 Naples, FL 34]03 E-Mail: emaiI1@mindspring.com D i.I'trict: 4 Category: Aviation 642-7878 263-3444 WednesdaJ'. Alard, 14, 2007 03113/07 09/08/98 12115/04 Page 2 of3 0811 011 1 0811 0/99 0811 0/07 1 Year 3 Years I ~ .::; F~., L<D:-i: () ,~'/ Airport Authority Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 7 member authority was created on June 22, 1993, by Ordinance No. 93-36. Members of the Authority shall be residents of Collier County with business ability and experience in one or more fields which, by way of example, may include, but are not limited to, general business, economic development, aviation, public affairs, law, finance, accounting, engineering, natural resource conservation or other related fields. There shall be at least 1 member of the Authority appointed from each of the communities of Immokalee, Marco Island, and Everglades City if a qualified candidate who resides within the respective area is available for appointment to the Authority. No person holding elected office at the State, County, or Municipai level shall be appointed to, or be a member of, the Authority. Members must file a Form 1 Statement of financial Interests each year with the Supervisor of Elections. Tom Palmer, County Attomey 774-8400 Board meets 2nd Monday of each month FL STAT: 330 & 333 SI~([: Theresa M. Cook, Executive Director, Airport Authority: 642-7878 i Wed~e,;day.:~f~:Ci'-:l .{200'7 Page 3 of3 MEMORANDUM U"l ,-j N :;: "- (.0 N 0:: c:: :E DATE: March 23, 2007 Ejections Office ~,. Sue Filson, Executive Manager.. . Board of County Commissione ' 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 county's advisory committees. Please let me know ifthose listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. AIRPORT AUTHORITY COMMISSION DISTRICT Charles R. Campbell 103 Cluhouse Lane - 285 Naples, FL 34105 7 Thank you for your help. 1 ~::,'rn 2CCi MEMORANDUM -;:]: DATE: March 23, 2007 TO: Theresa M. Cook, Airport Autho'ty ecutive Director '. FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioner , RE: Airport Authority As you know, we currently have 1 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: Charles R. Campbell ] 03 Cluhouse Lane - 285 Naples, FL 34105 Please let me know, in writing within the 41 day timc-frame, if the applicant is qualified to serve as a member on the authority, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please categorize the applicants in arcas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachmcnts . . . Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 1(. '. tJ-.tlA~7J i - (., "j .. ._>_~>rf \-- ~J' ~ J .. :: "c" , it Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name:_Cbarles R. Campbell 263-1755 Home Pbone: _239 Home Address: 103 Clubbonse Lane (285) Code:_34105 Zip Fax No. Bnsiness Pbone:_239 263-1755 address: _ eeampl082@aol.eom e-mail Place of Employment Retired Board or Committee Applied foro_Collier County Airport Autbority Calego~' (ifapplicablel: Us"r~ Engineer F:xamplc: Commission District, lkvclopcr. environmentalist, lay person, ('-ie. How long bave you lived in Collier Count~r: Ycars~21 Montbs Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes X No Do you curreutl)' bold public office? Yes If so, what is that offict"! No_X Have you ever been convicted of any offense "gainst the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No X Do you now serve, or have you ever serycd, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes If yes. please list the committeesfho2.rds: ~o_x Please list your community' activities (ciyic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. and positions held:_NA Education: li nivcrsif)' BSME Tufts Experience; _10 yrs - Mechanical Design - Section Head (worked on earl)' Duclear reactor mechanisms for use in the Nautilus). 22 yrs - Profession Staff - Artbur D. Little Co. - Worked in field of Underwater Acoustics ~ -., AI 10 yrs _ President - Campbell-Kronauer Assoc., Ine. - Worked in field of Underwater Acoustics_(eontraets witb Navy L.boritories) :1:.":'~: f'iCj, ~ (1 ~~! i U of Retired as tbe Wing Commander ofTbe 102 Figbter Interceptor Wing - Otis ANG Base_ 4400+ brs. in single engine figbters (P-47 tbru tbe F- 106).. _ Fly my Piper Arrow (N6290J) out ofN.ples (7 months) and Asbville NC (S montbs) Please attach any additiolUl! i,yormation you feel pertinent. This application should be forwarded to SUI! Filson. Executive Managa to the Board afCounty Commissioners, 3301 East Tomiami Trail, Naples, FL 34111. if you wi'ih, please fax your application to (239) 774-36rJ] or e-mail to.wdil.wmo;{.(ilfier!!Ol..nel. Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens of Collier County. lie2:)! rJ:i, ~)3 I",Unii: I. ~:~)C7 ! of 3 .-- RESOLUTION NO. 2007-_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARI> COMMISSIONERS SUPPORTING EUNI>lNG FOR FLORIDA FOREYER CREATION OF A SUCCESSOR PROGRAM OF COUNTY AI>I>ITIONAL ANI> TilE ~ WHEREAS, the Florida Forever program and its predecessor Preservation 2000 program have immeasurably contributed to environmental health, quality uf life, recreation, and sustainability in Florida for this and future generations; and WHEREAS, Florida Forever has acquired over one million acres throughout Florida since 2000 and allocates $300 million annually to purchase and restore environmentally sensitive and outdoor recreation lands through numerous successful partnerships with cities, counties, state agencies. water management districts. nonprofit organizations, private landowners. and others in achieving its conservation purposes; and WHEREAS. Florida Forever produces hcncfits that include clean air and \Valer; health)' fisheries and \vildlife habitat cnlwnecd vvater supply prokction: and protection (If open spaces including greenv.'ays, recreational and p,\rk lands. forests. and waler bodies: and Vv'H EREAS, Florida rOrl'\CT through the Florida C(lmmuniti('~ Tnl"t. has assisted Florida's cities and counties in protecting their cultural and hisloriCill resources and pw'ickJ recreational outdoor eXJK!'icnccs in h(lth urhan and rural setling:< and VlHEREAS. Florida Forever ha~: helped to save many of rlorid(l'" benches. i'ivers. hay's, (-orests, coral reefs and estuari,",,, lklt prO\idc tlw foundation fix Florida's S3 hill ion tourism industry' that attracts more than SO miliiClll visitors each year: and v..iHEREAS, thirty Florida I(leu! governments helve enacted i~\nd ,lClJuisition iinancing programs in the past decades. ,l1ld tht",,~, ulnsen'3tion programs "crve h> ievnilge J-"lnridCl Forever funding and increase the impac! of State land conservation funding; and \\'HEREAS. research b~' the rloricJil Forever Coalition has found thin well in excess of $10 billion in State funding is cUlTently nt'edc-d 10 purch~lse wildlik anJ wild,-'rne:;s areas, parh and open space for our state's cw]ogica1 sustainubility and increasing human 11opu1cl,ion: and \VI-IEREAS. a 2005 puhlic opinil1Jl sune\ conducted b\ th,-' 1;IClrid,1 l-me\"~r Coalition fi)und that n(~,o of Florida's \'o\cr~; appn1\C of the 1::lurid,] Fm('\ cr prognHn: and WHEREAS. Florida Forcn:r has prokcled severa] eC\llogic,:t1i~' 11llpOl1ant natural areas within Collier County including fi-.:lle !'vlcade and lands within the CmkS~Te\\ Regional Eeo.system \Vatershed. NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY TilE BO.'I!W 01 CO\!\TY COM\1ISSIO!\ERS OF COLliER COU!\ 1'1. ELORID~, Ih,,' The Commission SUPP":1S increase:; in the CU1T~nt spending allowance and futurc' funding allocated to Florida Forever. ,..- The Commission declares its sUPPOl1 to tilL' State of Florida Legislature for the creation and funding of a successor program \0 tile I'Jonda Forever program The Chainnan is authorized to send letters to the legislative delegation rei <lying this resolution and advocating additional funding for Floricl:J Forevcr. as \vell as the C1T3tion and funding of a successor program to Florida Forever. This resolution shall he effective upon <ldoption. This Resolution adopted this lOin day of .April, 2007, ancr motion. second <lnd majority vote, ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK. CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA By: By: JAMES COLETTA. Cllr\iRMAN /\ppro\'ed ,1S to form Zlnd legal sufTiclCllC) - U,I r' Wei!:,cl Cl ,t, -\t10nl~'> ,..-.. 2 i,'--Y f-',J'i'1 .:... ." COLLIER COll'lTY -i.)t',i-:[}',ir ,.,!.~" """,-' ,ii.; ;;~); .~i1(0 IlemNumoer: ';';tI..",,",a r:'-'T2'.'0' c'n:' ";"::111 Item Summary: Y;I', ':1' M~l:a Meeting Date: Aflflrovcd By S,,€F'i>>(J" c;""G"t,VV ',:.'r"'.,1 .,kth" bC<; Ualt' 8{)~:',-, e,i CD :"tv ,<':: :}ffl~" ~:~il::(1[1~ . 4" prj (.()n',m,r,s;"nf'~" ApprOVl.d By .lames r;",dd CalJ"lyr.',''''ager [",t(' Bnan1 ,,' Curni\, c,'""t\, I.'~n",,'-'.-'~'. 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Actions Date Chamber 03/28/07 HOUSE Action Filed (Formerly PCB PBC1) Compare Bills $B02~0 - Reiatlng to Ad Vaiorem Tax/Local Government by Lynn 01/09/07 Si::I,ATE Referred to Community Affairs: Finance and Tax; General Government Appropriations .Hp.o:'io3 - Relating to Ad Valorem Taxation/Locai Government by C~$aGk 02/08/07 HOUSE Referred to Committee on Urban & Locai Affairs by Government i::fflciency & Accountability Council $B1746 - Relating tc Ad Valorem Millage Rates by Gaetz 03/07/07 Si::NATE Referred to Community Affairs: Finance and Tax: General Government Appropriations HpJ403 - Relating to Ad Valorem Millage Rates by PatronlS 03/15107 HOUSE Referred to Committee on State Affairs by Government Efficiency & Accountability Council Hi3Z001 - Reiating to Ad Valorem Tax Millage by Government Effici",n.cy &,""ccountabiiity Council 03/26107 HOUSE Placed on Calendar, on second reading Bill Text and Filed Amendments [g) H 7089 No amendments to this bill text 03128107 [Ti::XT] [~ PDF) Staff Analysis H 7089 Poiicy& 8~dget Coun:il rmPDF) Vote History No vote history for this bilk Related Documents http://lobbytools,comltoolslt.cfin?a=bills&b=summary&BiIlID=21 77 5 4/4/2007 LobbyTools ~- ~1!i.ir,mJ ijl ii' '_.:":, -,'~ __:. c '" '~''':Y~:1'lL Settings Billing Info Manage Users Email Alerts - Alert Recipients Log Out .~ .-. 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Codes and Comments You have no comments to this bilL Analyst Comments You have no analyst comments to this bilL [Hide Comments) ~) Copyright 1999-2006 LobbyTools Our Priv8<;:y_D(J_licy and Subscriber -'__gr&ement Y,3.5 http://lobbytools,comltools/t.cfm?a~bills&b=summary&BillID=2l 77 5 4/4/2007 . <E:i~,?, i~~;L iJ::>~):-: '< ~)f ,-:: FLORIDA H 0 USE o F REPRESENTATIVES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 161 17 1B 19 HJR 7089 2007 House Joint Resolution A joint resolution proposing amendments to Sections 3, 6, and 9 of Article VII and the creation of Section 19 of Article VII and Section 27 of Article XII of the State constitution to provide for an ad valorem tax exemption for tangible personal property, clarify that ad valorem tax relief to renters may be provided in the form of tax relief to the owner of the property, authorize counties and school districts to grant a homestead property exemption and impose a discretionary sales surtax upon approval by referendum, authorize qualified electors to petition for a grant of the homestead exemption and imposition 0= the sur~ax, provide a methodology ror limiting increases in ad valorem taxes, increase the state sales and use tax to replace school district revenues lost from not imposing a required local effort on homestead property, and provide applicability, nonseverability, and an effective date. 20 3e It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 21 22 23 That the following amendments to Sections 3, 6, and 9 of Article VII and the creation of Section 19 of Article VII and 24 Section 27 or Artic~e XII of the State Constitution are agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of this sta~e for 25 26 approval or rejection at the next general election or at an earlier special elec~ion specifically authorized by law =or that ~:l purpose: Page 1 of 15 CODING: Words otricken are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr 7089-00 54 05 56, I F LOR )f D A H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 ARTICLE VII FINANCE AND TAXATION SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.-- (a) All property owned by a municipality and used exclusively by it for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A municipality, owning property outside the municipality, may be required by general law to make payment to the taxing unit in which the property is located. Such portions of property as are used predominantly for educational, literary, scientific, religious or charitable purposes may be 39 exemp~ed by general law from taxatioD. (b) There shall be e;:empt from taxation, cumulatively, to every head of a family residing in this state, household goods and personal effects to the value fixed by general law, not less than one thousand dollars, and to every widow or widower or person who is blind or totally and permanently disabled, property to the value fixed by general law not less than five 40 ! 41 42 43 44 t.- .~ 46 47 48 hundred dollars. 49 50 Ie) .~y county or municipality may, for the purpose of its respective tax levy and subject to the provisions of this subsection and qeneral law, grant comm~ni~y and econo~ic development ad valorem tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions or existing businesses, as defined by general law. Such an exemption may be granted only by ordinance of the cou~ty or municipality, and only after the elec~ors of the county or 31 52 33 municipality voting OTI such ques~io~ :n a referendum authorize the county or munjcipali=y to adopt Such ordinances. An exemption so granted shall apply to improvements to real Page 2 of 15 CODING: Words &lfiGkeR are deletions; words underlined are additions, hjr7089-00 !~'3:T, 1\10. ~J,-i ( c:on':? .~.. ....1...,'.- :- of ~: E FLORIDA HOUSE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 57 property made by or for the use of a new business and 58 improvements to real property related to the expansion of an 59 existing business and shall also apply to tangible personal 60 property of such new business and tangible personal property 61 related to the expansion of an existing business. The amount or 62 limits of the amount of such exemption shall be specified by 63 general law. The period of time for which such exemption may be 64 granted to a new business or expansion of an existing business 65 shall be determined by general law. The authority to grant such 66 exemption shall expire ten years from the date of approval by 67 the electors of the county or municipality, and may be renewable 68 by referendum as provided by general law. 69 (d) By general law and subject to conditions specified 70 therein, there may be granted an ad valorem tax exemption to a 71 renewable energy source device and to real property on which 72 such device is installed and operated, to the value fixed by 73 general law not to exceed the original cost of the device, and 74 for the period of time fixed by general law not to exceed ten 75 years. 76 (e) Any county or municipality may, for the purpose cf its 77 respective tax levy and subject to the provisions of this 78 subsection and general :aw, grant historic preservation ad 79 valorem tax exemptions to owners of historic properties. This 80 exemption may be granted only by ordinance of the county or 81 municipality. The amount or limits of the amount of this 82 exemption and the requirements for eligible properties must be 83 specified by general law. The period of time for which this Page 3 of 15 CODING: Words strd,en are deletlons; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 ...':i F LOR D A H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 84 exemption may be granted to a property owner shall be determined 85 by general law. 85 (f) By general law and subject to conditions specified 87 therein, tangible personal property up to a value of twenty-five 88 thousand dollars shall be exempt from taxation. 89 SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions.-- 90 (a) Every person who has the legal or equitable title to 91 real estate and maintains thereon the permanent residence of the 92 owner, or another legally or naturally dependent upon the owner, 93 shall be exempt from taxa~ion thereon, except assessments for 94 special benefits, up to the assessed valuatio~ of five thousand 95 dollars, ~pon establishment of right thereto in ~he manner 96 prescribed by law. The real estate may be held by legal or 97 eq~itable title, by the entireties, jo:n~ly, in common, as a 98 condominium, or indirec~ly by stock ownership or membership 99 rep~esenting ~he ow~erls or member's proprietary interest in a 100 corporation owning a fee or a leaseh8lci initially in excess of 101 ninety-eight yea~s. 102 (b) Not more t~an one exemption shall be allowed any 103 individual or fa~ily unit or with res~ect to any residential 104 uLit. No exemp:ion shall exceed the value 8f the real estate IDS! assessabl~ to ~he owne~ or; in ~ase of ownership through stock 106 or membe~ship in a c~rporation, the value 0: the proportion 107 which the interest in the corporat~on bears to the assessed 108 value of the prDpert.y. 109 (c) By general :Law and subject to conditions speci::ied 110 ~hereinf the exempti0~ shall be increased to a total of twenty- 111 five t~ousand dc~lars of the assessed val~e of the real estate Page 4 of 15 CODING: Words ~ are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 112'1 113 114 115 116 117 118 ! ,e~YI i~o. 2~ .'~.rxii ~ O. :?CU7 7 Of ~~ D F LOR D A HOUSE o F REPRESENTATIVES HJR 7089 2007 for each school district levy. By general law and subject to conditions specified therein, the exemption for all other levies may be increased up to an amount not exceeding ten thousand dollars of the assessed value of the real estate if the owner has attained age sixty-five or is totally and permanently disabled and if the owner is not entitled to the exemption provided in subsection (d). 119 (d) By general law and subject to conditions specified 120 therein, the exemption shall be increased to a total of the 121 following amounts of assessed value of real estate for each levy 122 other than those of school districts: fifteen thousand dollars 123 with respect to 1980 assessments; twenty thousand dollars with 124 respect to ~981 assessments; twen~y-five thousand dollars with 125 respect ~o assessments for 1982 and each year thereafter. 126 However, such increase shall not apply with respect to any 127 assessment roll until such roll is first determined to be in 1281 129 : 130 131 132 133 compliance with the provisions of section 4 by a state agency designated by general law. This subsection shall stand repealed on the effective date of any amendment to section 4 which provides for the assessment of homestead property at a specified percentage of its just value. 134 therein, the Legislature may provide to renters, who are (e) By general law and subject to conditions specified 135 permanent ~esidents, ad valorem tax relief on all ad valorem tax 136 levies. Such ad valorem tax relief shall be in the form and 137 amoun~ es~ablished by general law and may be provided in the 138 form of tax r~lief to the owner of the prorerty. Page 5 of 15 CODING: Words slfiBkBf1 are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 F LOR D A H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 139 (f) The legislature may, by general law, allow counties or 140 municipalities, for the purpose of their respective tax levies 141 and subject to the provisions of general law, to grant an 142 additional homestead tax exemption not exceeding fifty thousand 143 dollars to any person who has the legal or equitable title to 144 real estate and maintains thereon the permanent residence of the 145 owner and who has attained age sixty-five and whose household 146 income, as defined by general law, does not exceed twenty 147 thousand dollars. The general law must allow counties and 148 municipalities to grant this additio:1al exemption, within the 1~9 limits p~escribed ~n this 2UDsectioD, ~y o~dinance adop~ed in 150 the manner prescribed by general law, and must provide for the 151 periodic adjus~ment of the ~ncome limitation prescribed in ttis 152 subsection for changes in the cost of living_ 153 (g) Each vete~an who is age 65 or older who is partially 154 or totally permanen~ly disabled shall receive a discount from 155 the amount of the ad v21o~em tax otherwise owed on homestead 156 property the veteran owns and resides i:1 if the disability was 157 combat related, the vete~an was a residen~ or this state at the 158 ti~e or e:lterl!1g the military service or the United States, and 1591 the vete~a~ was honorab:y discharged upan separation from 160 I 161 mili~ary service. The discount shall be in a percentage equal to the percentage or the veteran's permanent, service-connected 162 disability as determined by t~e United Scates ~epartment af l63 Veterans Affairs. Ta qualify ror the discount granted by this l64 subsection, an applicant must submi~ to the county property 165 appraiser, by Harch 1, procf of residency at t~e time of 166 entering military sel-vi,cs, an official letter from the United Page 6 of 15 CODING: Words stnckon are deletions; words underlined are additions. hJr7089-00 ::;;'<1", t\;:! ,'I, ~:, :~':" S) Of ~ S F LOR D A HOUSE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 167 States Department of Veterans Affairs stating the percentage of 168 the veteran's service-connected disability and such evidence 169 that reasonably identifies the disability as combat related, and 170 a copy of the veteran's honorable discharge. If the property 171 appraiser denies the request for a discount, the appraiser must 172 notify the applicant in writing of the reasons for the denial, 173 and the veteran may reapply. The Legislature may, by general 174\ law, waive the annual application requirement in subsequent 175 years. This subsection shall take effect December 7, 2006, is 176 self-executing, and does not require implementing legislation. 177 (h) A county may provide to every person who Qualifies for 178 an exemption under this section an exemotion from all ad valorem 179 tax levies imposed by all taxing authorities within the county 180 ot.her than school districts and, at the same time, levy a 185 discretionary sales surtax of UP to one percent on any transaction O~ use currently or hereafter subject to tax Dursuant to the provisions of chapter 212, Florida Statutes. Exemotions f~om t~e tax imposed pursuant to chapter 212, Florida Statutes, adopted by qeneral law, shall apply to the surtax. The sales surtax rate levied may not be expected to produce revenues 181[ 182: 183 184 186 187 in the first full year it is in effect ~hat exceed the revenues 188 expected to be produced from the ad valorem tax being replaced. 189 The exemption and the imposition of the surtax shall be by 190 ordinance and shall not take effect unless the ordinance is 191 approved by a majority of the electors of the county voting in a 192 referendum. Upon submission of a petition to the county 193 commission sianed by at least fifteen De~cent of the aualified 194 electors of the county reauesting that a referendum be held on Page 7 of 15 CODING: Words s\Ficl\on are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 "I ~.'" ", .r ,_11 C F LOR D A H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 195 an ordinance providing for the exemption and imposition of the 196 surtax as provided in this subsection, the county commission 197 shall adopt such an ordinance and schedule such referendum 198 within 90 days. Proceeds from the surtax shall be distributed to 199 the taxing authorities within the county, other than the school 200 district, based upon a formula developed by the county. Proceeds 2011 from the surtax received by a county, municipality, or special 202' district shall be used, prior to any other purpose, to the 203 extent necessary for payments relatinq to bonds or any similar 204 financial obligations, paid from or secured by ad valorem tax 205, revenues, that are outstanding on the Effective date of this 206 amendment, includinq any subsequent refundinq or such bonds or 207 other similar fi~ancial obligations. If a referendum has not 203 been held pursuant to this subsection befo~e October 31, 2010, a 209 referendum shall be ~eld in Novembe~ of 2C10. After an o~dinance 210 adopted under this s~bsec~ion has been apDroved by referendum, 211 the exemption granted ~nd suytax imposed sha~l be permanent ~nd 212 may not be repealed or resc~nded. 213 (i) A school district may provide to every person who 214 Qualifies for an exemption unoer this section an exemption from 215 all ad valorem tax levies imposed by the sc~ool district and, at 216 the same time, levy a dis::retiona.ry sales SL:.:::..-tax of :lD to one- 217 half 0: o~e De~cent on a~y tr2~sacti~~ or use currently or 218 he:::..-eafter subject to tax l:nl~suant t.o ':h9: nrc.r\"isiOGs of chapter 219 212, Florida Statutes. The sales surtax rat.e levied may not be 220 exnected to Droduce revenues i~ the first fLll vear " it :s in 221 effect that exceed the reverues eXDected ':0 be Droduced from the 222 ad valorem tax being replaced. Exemptions from the tax imposed Page S of 15 CODING: Words slrlc'(Gn are deletions; words underlined are additlons. hjr70S9-00 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 : 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 IlO:::;;1'I''I.]::",3H L,;:yii . J, ::'::107 i Df ~ ;:~, FLORIDA H 0 USE o F REPRESENTATIVES HJR 7089 2007 pursuant to chapter 212, Florida Statutes, adopted by general law, shall apply to the surtax. The exemption and the imposition of the surtax shall be by resolution adopted by the district school board and shall not take effect unless the resolution is approved by a majority of the electors of the school district voting in a referendum. Upon submission of a petition to the district school board signed by at least fifteen percent of the qualified electors of the school district requesting that a referendum be held on a resolution providing for the exemption and imposition of the surtax as provided in this subsection, the district school board shall adopt such a resolution and schedule such referendum within 90 days. Proceeds from the surtax shall be distributed to the school district. Proceeds from the surtax received by the school district shall be used, prior to any other Duruose, to the extent necessary for payments relating to bonds or any similar financial oblioations, paid from or secured by ad valorem tax revenues, that are outstanding on the effective date of this amendment, including any subsequent refunding of such bonds or other similar financial obligations. If a referendum has not been held pursuant to this subsection before Oc~ober 31, 2010, a referendum shall be held in November of 2010. After an ordinance adopted under this subsection has been approved by referendum, the exemption granted and surtax imposed shall be permanent and may not be repealed or rescinded. SECTION 9. Local taxes.-- (a) Counties, school districts, and municipalities shall, and special districts may, be authorized by law to le\~ ad valorem taxes and may be authorized by general law to levy other Page 9 of 15 CODING: Words stnGI~Gn are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 F LOR D A H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 25l[ 252 253 254 taxes, for their respective purposes, except ad valorem taxes on intangible personal property and taxes prohibited by this constitution. (b) Ad valorem taxes, exclusive of taxes levied for the 255 payment of bonds and taxes levied for periods not longer than 256 two years when authorized by vote of the electors who are the 257 owners of freeholds therein not wholly exempt from taxation, 258 shall not be levied in excess of the following millages upon the 259 assessed value of real estate and tangible personal property: 260 for all county purposes, ten mills; for all municipal purposes, 261 ten mills; for all school purposes, ten mills; for water 262 2'0 00 264 265 266 management purposes for the northwest portion of the state ly~ng west of the line between ranges two and t~ree east, D.CS mill; for water rnanag2ment purposes for the remai~ing portions of the statE, 1,0 mill; and for all other special districts a millage 267 owners of freeholds therein not wholly exempt from taxation. A authorized by law approved by vote of the electors who are 268 county furnishing municipal services may, to the extent 269 authorized by law, le'~ additional taxes within the limits fixed 270 for municipal purposes. 271 (c) Subje~t to the limitations provided for in subsec~ion 272 ~ 273 (1)2. Ad valorem taxes may not be levied in excess of a 274 millaae rate eaual to the ~olled-back rate adlusted ~v the 275 Dercentaqe chanqe in the Consumer Price Index for all urban 276 consumers, U.S. City Averaoe, all items 1982-84 = 100, or 277 successor reDorts, for the 12-mon~h Deriod t~rough June prior LO 278 the beginnin~ of the fiscal year as initially reported bv the Page 10 of 15 CODING: Words strlcl;on are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 :',,-- ,,-, "':;,i ,~ FLORIDA H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT I V E S HJR 7089 2007 279 united States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 280 For purposes of this paragraph, the term "rolled-back rate" 281 means a millage rate that, exclusive of new construction, 282 additions to structures, deletions, increases in the value of 283 improvements that have undergone a substantial rehabilitation 284 that increased the assessed value of such improvements by at 285 least one hundred percent, and property added due to geographic 286 boundary changes, will provide the same ad valorem tax revenue 287 for each taxing authority as was levied during the immediately 288 preceding year. The rolled-back rate applicable for the year 289 tanqible personal property is first exempt pursuant to Section 3 290 of this A~ticle or homestead property is first exempt pursuant 291 ::0 Section (6) (h) or (i) or Section 19 of :::his p.r::icle shall be 292 calculated by using the ad valorem tax revenue levied during the 293 immediately preceding year reduced by the taxes levied on the 294 property being first exempt. 295 296 297 298 . 2991 300 301 b. This paragraph does not apply to taxing authorities that have levied ad valorem taxes for less than five years and to millage rates reauired by the legislature to be levied by school boards as reaui~ed local effort from ad valorem taxes. (2) a. For the fiscal year beqinning October I, 2008, ad valorem taxes may not be levied in excess of the maximum millage rate that would have resulted from the application of paragraph 302 (1) if paragraph (1) had been in effect beginning on January 1, 303 2004, and had been applied each year up to and includina the 304 fiscal year beginning October I, 2007. 305 b. A -;:axing authority that begins levying taxes after 306 Janua~y 1, 1999, may not levy ad valorem taxes in excess of the Page 11 of 15 CODING: Words stricLoR are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 307 308 309 310 311 312 3131 314 315 316 F LOR D A H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 maximum millage rate that would have resulted from the application of paragraph (1) if paragraph (1) had been in effect in the fifth full fiscal year in which the authority levied ad valorem taxes and had been applied up to and including the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2007. c. This paragraph does not apply to ad valorem taxes levied by school disericts and independent special districts as defined by oeneral law. By general law and subject to conditions specified therein, the legislature shall exempt taxes levied by hospital and health care distri~ts, childrents services 317 cistricts, fiscally cODstrai~ed coun~ies, municioalities loca~ed 318 in a coun~y considered a fiscally constrained county Dursuant ~o 319 g83eral law, and municioalities located in a rural area of 321 320 critical economic concern established pursuant to ge~eral law 3~? ~~ 3~' ~o 324 325 326 3?? ~, from the provisions of this paraqraph. (:;) ..L~d valorem t2xes may ::>2 le\"ied in excess Dr the li~itations provided i~ this subsection upon approval by a unanimous vote of ~he full membershiD of the governing body adopting the millage rate. (4) This subsection does not apply to ad valorem taxes oavment ~L bonds issued ~ursuan~ to Sec~ion 12 V~ le"\Tied for the 328 this Article or leviej for Deriojs nOe lonoer than two years 330 329 when au~horized bv a vote of the electors. The aqarecate amount of re::ru.:red local effort for all (d) 331 school districts collectively to be raised from ad valorem taxes 30~ ~~ each vea:;:- may not exc:>2ed ::he a:rqregate amount. reauired in the 3~ 3 immediately Dreceding Dri:Jr year r adju.:;r_ed t::y the oercenta?"e 334 'that additions to t~e ad valorem tax base represent to the Page 12 of 15 CODING: Words stfi€keA are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345: 3461 I 347 348 349 350 ! 351 352 353 354 I 3551 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 1\~ C! ::-':-; 2U::7 ': ~;Jf ~ 2 FLORIDA H 0 USE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 entire ad valorem tax base and by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers, u.s. City Average, all items 1982-84 = 100, or successor reports, for the 12-month period through June prior to the beginning of the fiscal year as initially reported by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. For purposes of this subsection, the term "additions to the ad valorem tax base" means new construction, additions to structures, deletions, increases in the value of improvements that have undergone a substantial rehabilitation that increased the assessed value of such improvements bv at least one hundred percent, and property added due to qeoqraDhic boundary chanaes. SECTION 19. Increased state sales and use tax.-- (a) Beginning Julv 1, 2008, the tax imposed on any transaction or use currently O~ hereafter subiect to tax Dursuant to the provisions of chapter 212, Florida Statutes I is increased by adding one percent to the tax rate imposed by chapter 212, Florida Statutes. Exemptions from the tax imposed pursuant to chapter 212, Florida Statutes, adopted by general law, shall applv to the tax increase provided by this section. (b) The proceeds of the tax i~crease provided by this section shall be set aside for distribution to school districts and shall replace the imposition of the required local effort for all school d~stricts collectively that has historically been raised from ad valorem taxes each year from persons who aua:ify for an exemption under Section 6 of this Article. (c) Proceeds received by a school district shall be used, p~ior to any other DurDose, ~o the extent necessarY for oayrnents Page 13 of 15 CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 3631 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 ,;;..!. '; '::',~! l' ",~.^ =:" FLORIDA H 0 USE o F REPRESENTATIVES HJR 7089 2007 relating to bonds or any similar financial obligations, paid from or secured by ad valorem tax revenues, that are outstanding on the effective date of this amendment, including any subsequent refunding of such bonds or other similar financial obligations. ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE SECTION 27. Property tax relief reform; nonseverability.-- (a) The amendments to Sections 3, 6, and 9 of Article VIr 372 and the creation 0: SecLion 19 or Article VII and this section 373 of this constitutio~ contained in this revision shall take 375 374 effect J~nuarv 1, 2808. The amendme~ts to Sectio~s 3, 6, and S of Article VII (b! 376 and the creation of Section 19 cf Article VII of this 377 constitution cor.tained i~ this revision are not severable. If 378 any Dortion of this revision is held invalid under any provision 379 or this consti~ution, the effect of such declaration shall be 380 that the amendments to Sections 3, 6, and 9 of Article VII and 381 the creation of Section 19 of Article VII of this constitution 382 contained in ~his revision shall be null, void, and without 383 effect. 384 BE IT FURcHER RESOLVED that the following statement be 385 placed on the bal~ot: 386 CO~STITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 387 ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3, 6, 9, 19 388 ARTICLE XII, SECTION 27 389 PROPERTY T_~ EXEMPTIONS; DISCRETIONARY SALES SURTft~:E8i .~ 390 VALOREM TAX MILLAGE LIMITATION; INCREASED SALES TAX.--Proposing Page 14 of 15 CODING: Words stricl\cn are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 :i::O:T1 1\10. 2H 20~"7 ,~ FLORIDA HOUSE o F R E PRE S E N TAT V E S HJR 7089 2007 391 amendment of the State Constitution to provide for a $25,000 392 exemption from ad valorem taxes for tangible personal property; 393 to clarify that ad valorem tax relief to renters may be provided 394 in the form of tax relief to the owner of the property; to 395 provide that counties may grant homestead property an exemption 396 from all ad valorem tax levies other than school district levies 397 together with the imposition of a discretionary sales surtax of 398 up to 1 percent upon approval by referendum and authorize the 399 qualified electors to petition for a referendum providing for 400 the exemption and imposing the surtax; to provide that school 401 districts may grant homestead property an exemption from all 402 school district ad valorem tax levies together with the 403 imposition of a discretionary sales sur-tax of up to 0.5 percent 404 upon approval by referendum and authorize the qualified electors 405 to petition for a referendum providi~g for the exemption and 406 impos~ng the surtax; to provide a methodology for liITiting 407 increases in ad valorem ::axes, including an override by a 408 409 410 411 i unanimous vote of the governing body levying the millage; to limit the aggregate amount of required local effort for all scho81 districts collectively; to increase the state sales and use tax by 1 percent, dedicate the increased revenues to 412 replacing the required local effort for all school districts collectively, and provide for distribution and application of 413 414 such revenues; to require that provisions of the revision are 415 not severable such that if any are held invalid, all w~ll be 416 invalid; and t8 provide an effec~ive date of January I, 2008. Page 15 of 15 CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions. hjr7089-00 COLLI ER COlf!\T\ '-' ;"',':L: Item Number: IlernSummary: --,." Meeting Date: -\ppro\'cd By .:""-'0. \. i'/,"<I<: ")_.lnl' r;,"""'.wr t.'" ","w ",n~" I i.,' 4:-, i,~.' AgerK':a It~;n-i k:.. 10/\ .1 () 2(!C!-. , Df 1 ~i EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, adopt a Resolution approving an application for a Charitable Organization Impact Fee Waiver, in accordance with Section 74- 203(i) of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances (The Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance), in the amount of $100,000, for Collier Health Services, Incorporated and approve a reimbursement of impact fees, in the amount of $100,000 paid on Building Permit Number 2006091892. OBJECTIVE: That the Board of County Commissioners (Board) adopt a Resolution. approving an application for a Charitable Organization Impact Fee Waiver, in the amount of$IOO,OOO, by Collier Health Scrvices, Inc.. pursuant to Section 74-203(i) of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances, the Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance, and approve a reimbursement of impact fees, in the amount of 5> I 00,000. paid on Building Permit No. 200609] WJ2. CONSIDERATIONS: On October 9.2001. thc Board adopkd Ordinance No. 2001-54. amending Chapter 74 of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances (Code). to establish a program authorizing ".aivcrs j)-om payments 01' impact fees f(lr specified. tax exempted. not-for-proiit. charitable entities that provide specificd services of substantial benefit to low income residents of Collier County (Charitable Organization Waiver Program). On June 2X. 2005, the B(lard adl1ptcd Ordinance No. 2005-31. amending Section 74- 203(i) of the Code. to provide an incrcase in the maximum waivcr for which an applicant is eligible as well as the annual budget Cur the program. The CUlTent provisions allow for an impact fee waiver for qualifying applicants of an amount no\-to-exceed S; I 00.000 or fifty-percent (500;(,) of the available Cunding. which cver is less. pcr applicant The cumulative total ofwalvcrs that may be granted pcr fiscal year is limited to S;200.()()O. Collier Health Services. Inc. suhmilled a request to be considered fClr the Charitable Organization Wai,.er Program on Fcbruary 22. 200;, just prior to the issuance nf Building Pennit '.Jo. 20()(1()C)1 ,92 for the tenant build-out for Hnrizons Primary Hcalth Care Ccnter and East "Japks Pc:diatrics. As requircd for the building permit to be issued impact fees were paid, with the understanding that if the BuardufCuunty Cummissioners approved thc waiver. a p011ion uf the impact fees would then be reimhurscd. Collicr Health Serviccs. Inc. was f"unded in 1977 "thruu"h the coli3borative em,rts nf community leaders [,'r the purpose nf providing high quality nutpatient medical and dental care to the underscrvecl of Collicr County." The iCll10wing inJ,mnatio!1 was ....--". - '<)::-; ;'C-::'l' :0J ":,L, Collier Health Services. Inc. Page 2 provided by Collier Health Services. Inc. related (0 the services that were provided over the past year. "For the calendar year 2006, Co!!ier Health Services, 1ne. sell'ed 43.50l individuals in Co!!ier Countv/or a total of 19l.335 patieut visits. 32,247 individuals had incomes under 2000" of !'overtv. Uninsured individuals numhered 23,543 and an additional ll.032 were Medicaid recipients. We are clearly the "saferI' net" health care provider/in' the poor and uninsured o[Co!1ier County." Collier Hcalth Services, Inc. has submittcd a complete application for the Charitable Organization Impact Fcc Waiver Program, including documentation of its tax-exempt status (attached) and has provided clear documentation of the services that arc provided that are "of substantial benefit to low income residents of Collier County." However. there is no entitlement to tbis waiver; not-for-proiit waivers are discretionary and the Board's decisions are iinaL FISCAL IMPACT: Ifthe Board of County Commissioners elects to waivc the specified impact fees (below) the fiscal impact to the County would bc the loss of this prospective income \0 the impact ke trust funds. ._0" The CU1Tent year's balancc available for charitable organization impact fee waivers 1S S500.000. which is the maximum balance allowed and is consistent with the pnwisions of Scction 74-203(i) of thc Code. Tbe balance includes S.200.000 of current vcar funding and S300.00(l of unexpended I"unding li.om prior \'Cars. Collier Health Scrvices. Inc. hCls rcque,;tcd a waiver of S I 00.000. tbe maximum amount allowed undcr tbe program provi'ions. which would he deducted from the balance j()r an adjusted halance of S400.000. The impact fccs associated with this project are detailed in the j()lIowing t~lblc: Impact Fees [Joliar Amoul1l Paid RCCOl11111ended Assessed Distribution of Waiver Road (Dlstrict 2) S 1 12.948.58 S C)g.394.46 I EMS S "6.15 , S 26.15 Cl{),.crnmcnt BlIildin~s S U06.1 I S 1.306.1 1 I Law Enft)rccm:;::nt i S 273.:?8 S 273.'S Total I SI 14.~54.1 '") i S i(lII.O()(I.O(l I The ,;ubjc,,! property will be monitored annually by the staff (,f the lmpact Fec' Administration section lIr the Busine" Management and Budget omce or the Communitv Development and Em ironmental Sen.iees Diyision. In the (yent that the prope:1y./busincss i~~ s()]cL l1Cl !tll:ger (1p'.:ra!~s :lS ~l LICiJity thai qualiilc(~ for thc c:haritabL:: organization program ancL'or If the business ccases to le'gully operate. the impact fees \vill become immediately due and payable and subject to the default pwyisions set forth b) ,-' I';,:;;T Collier J-kalth S(T\'lces. Inc. Page 3 ::.~ ~/ i i ."_' the Code. This monitoring takes place as long as the use of the property remains eligible for the charitable organization program and would be discontinued only in the event that the impact fees were repaid. in full. to the County. GROWTH MANAGEMEl\T IMPACT: This request is consistcnt with Policy 1.1.2 of the Economic Element of Collicr County's Growth Management Plan which states: "Collicr County will support the opportunity lor development and establishment of hospitals, nursing homes and additional medical related facilities in order to promote a continuum of care to enhance the quality of life throughout the County. LEGAL CONSIDERA nONS: The application by Collier Hcalth Scrvices. Inc. meets the requirements of Section 74-203(i) of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances. and the attached Resolution is legally sutticient for Board consideration and approval. RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners adopt a Resolution apprcwing thc application j(Jr a charitable organization impact fee waiver by Collicr Health Services. lnco'l1CJrClted pursuant to Section 74-20~(i) of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances. the Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinailcc. and approvc a rcimburscment of impact ICes. in the amount of S i UO.OOO. paid on Building Permit "!o. 20060'J 1892. and any budget amendments that may be required. ~ Prepared by: Amy' Patterson, Imp,lcl Fcc \lan:lger Gusmess Management and Budget emice. CDES ~ 1,:1,1,( COLLIER COUI>TY )t)t\;\ ::J ']'," Item Number: ItemSummilry: '1[" "" ""J;', f-; ',C .- I:"":: I iI': ~,:'I ~'" I;: c.l'-, i 1-' 'i; ~i>1 un c:r<J' <:1~"<- ;;;:>~I ",c '"., ,','Pi ')" '~l, (Ie- J,',", ,,,....J ^ nil',;" -(C'", "'lJ'l1':< i'~' I-W;}" 1"'(":"':,'11'<' dl:':J['-"'(' " "'r"I""' ;Ti~r' ~I 1I11p'-' H,~ ,)oe ~<-1"j D' '<l"Kl 'Jc' =C:",J "~,' ,r ")~I"" ::~r rn:t: c (11 '1'"SI"8\ '->:)r:,"",',"-,I", I-J'- l'c'lor;nllcr" "mc cr'" '1'0 rl",p IWi ~;N" ~'i"";1 Meeting Dille: rl'~, t,} Appru"t"d Ity J"fff':,I,'i,;k()'l,' (:>,~:'.'~lar11 C(l"~l\-- I>twrt't'JY :lJ\< '..~ r,,, "ty 1-'" tt"n-,,,\' C c'''''!)' A ~l "enc', 0' ficr- ::2S:'~iii '1~ Ph Apllrovcd By ~'Ilili ,'mdill: "',nulJclIF'lann,," [):n," lr[,m;1J"r:~t;"" ~,,/v c,"s 'Jrt",rn:C,'tlC" " \!F,,'2, o~ y rT~ Ar1pr,,\,('d H~' ;\".Jt"'..,,-,,S,e\"J"', 'i", "(.'l;,r,- :'"le e"."", ,--'P\,_:I"Vl'~T S '::;"",m "", f),"" ;';011(''':& ".,,,,,-:,,,rn ".,,,--,% --'n,'} ;\CO> ,,,,,':"^,dn;;' Appru\'l'd B~ '\I'!,rl"l'd III \pl'rll\'l'll B~ ,\ 1'1' rOH'd 1l~ \pl'rlln'd Il~ \pprn""dll.\ RESOLVTlO"i NO. 2(Kl7.~ A RESOLuTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COU!\TY, GRANTING A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATlO:>l IMPACT FEE WAIVER, AS PROVIDED FOR IN SECTION 74-203 Ii) OF CHAPTER 74 OF THE COLLIER COUNTY CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES (THE COLLIER COUNTY CONSOLIDATED IMPACT FEE ORDINA:>ICE) O"i BEHALF OF COLLIER lIEALTH SERVICES. INCORPORATED, A SPECIl1ED TAX EA"EMPT, NOT-FOR-PROFIT, CHARITABLE EC\TITY, IN THE AMOU!\T OF ONE-HUNDRED THOUSA!\1) DOLLARS ($100,000). WHEREAS, on March 13, 200J, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County adopted Ordinance No. 2001-1.1, the "Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance," codified as Chapter 74 of the Coue of Laws and Onllllanccs of Collier County, Florida; and WHEREAS, on October 9,2001, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County adopted Ordinance No. 2001- 54. vAuch in part added new subsection (i) to Section 74-:203 of the Collier County Consolidated Impact Fl:C Ordinam;c, for the purpose of establishing: a program authorizing \vaiven:. troll: paymems of impa;::: fees for specified, tax exempted, not-for-profit charitabk L~ntitie", tba~ prnvlde specificel sernccs DC substantial benefit to In\\' income resicl::nts uf Colilcr County (tile Charitabk Urj.!JfllZmioll \V:uvcr pf(1~Tarnl; ami WHERE/..S, on JunL" 2iL 2(1US, the !i()ar(ll~,f COU;lly ComITllssioncrs adop":cd Ordj,lance ~o, 200S-31, amenJmg St'ctlOll !~-2Ir~UJ of the' Clllln.r C'(I~1l1'Y C()nsolidat~d Impact fee Ordinance. for tilt: pUiflose of incrc:.!.sing Lh::: annual :.rmoum of md1\'idual and cumulative funding available to qualified charitahic orf":1.m7,a~i()IlS; ~UlJ \VHEREAS, Collier Hcalth Scrvic>:'s, Inc., has s~lbmittcd an appiicJtion for ,J Charitable Oq;unizatioIl lrnpact F.;c \Vaiver for it:. Hurizolls l'rimary Clre CillllC ;int! as East Napks Ycci~atri~'s ofri::l~S ir, cor;f(Jrmallc~' witli the ,tpplj~:;ltJ()n r~qU1r'.:'Hlents of Seclion !-f 2031j) or tll::-- C(Jlli~r Count) Comolida:cC: 1n~pact 1"t':, Ordmance. HI tilc' ;LT110um of 51 JO(jJ(\~): und \\'JIFREAS. 1L 1~,; arpiic::\1I\111 C(;llicr llcaltl~ S,:;'V1C(>, ilK:. S(~ll~:s: i ;; i: was inundec; 1ll 1977 through the cullaborative dfon.~ of cnmmuniry l~adcF for the rur~ose of -providing high quulity (Jutpatitcnt rtE'di(:;:l ,~11(1 ckrn:.J1 c:m-' w tile unckrscfved of CollIer County: 121 liJ<lt ill cakndD.j" :-'ear 2006. Coll1c~ Health S(TVICC", in~orp(lrLllld sl'r\'l'd J::',,501 illdividu,Lls in Colhl:T ('punty fa; a lutal of lqL~:S )1mi'':1l1 \'j',J',c; :.1: thal i' i~:;, SUI I,-r~) clld.ritabk o,ganl::J.tion; ::J) tr1at it pnwidcs a WIde van::t.\' 0:' lllCui23.i l''-ln: 10 lh(: 11!1iJ1SUfCd ;~!lJ indigent population llt COijj~l' Coumy. Wlllcil servic:s II heiic\'2.' art illyuluablc: tCl C,lilier Cuunty and provide for :he health, s;:fety and welfare of persons and famil1c.> (\f Collier Counfy'; and P<lgc I of2 VlHEREAS, County staff has reviewed the said application and, having found it complete and the applicant eligible for v/alver, has by Executive Summary recommended approval by the Board of County Commissioners. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that Collier Health Services, Inc.', application for an impact fee waiver is approved and grants sald waiver in the amount of $100.000. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution be recorded in the minutes of this Board. THIS RESOLUTION is adopted after motion, second and majority vote favoring same, this _ day of ,2007, ATTEST Dwight E Brock, CIeri: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COLNTY. FLORIDA By: By: J AMES COLETTA, Chairman , Deputy,' Clerk APpr~ve~ . and ~l:ai~ e::'\~"!.' , " t, . ~/ j' oInt: "",- ,.If Jdfrevf,A, KJatzkov.', . r: , ~ l Mana~hlg: Ass1.'f-ar1 COUT1ty Anorney \,' .-J Page 2 of 2 i'1>::[" W. ',CJL\ 2'_;: -;' ~)1 -: '[ /L r i Y I I ., IC" I I -' ~J!:;::i,1'41~~$~L SERVICES, INC February 22, 2007 Mr. James Mudd County Manager 3301 Tamiaml Trail East 2nd Floor Naples, FL 34112 Re: Permit # 2006091892 Dear Mr. Mudd: Collier Health Services, Inc. is reauesting a waiver of the impaGt fees assoGiated with the build out losated at 1755 Heritage Trail in the Countryside Commons. The medica! office build out wIll h::l:Jse our Horizons Primary Care Center and East Naples Pediatrics offices. Both offices offer medical care to the uninsured and indigent population in Collier county. Collier Health Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit health care provider with the designation of 501 (c)(3) as defined by the Internal Revenue Service. Thank you for your consideration. Feel free b GontaGt me if further information is required. Sincerely, ~/;f,r4~ Sharon 8. A,agona (j Vice President 1454 Madison Avenue lmmoblec. Florida 34142 (239) 658-3000 !l'?:rn :Jc. iC.ltc., '; J. 2CJC:: r, ,._' :, ~), ,f\1 -;trr ~"\ l ttll; 1[ "If -r~ I'~{' H l:j -lfi I, If i'1:n'If1' . I~ 1);1 H Ii l~\' 1 U~ll jJ I~j, 'Ii .1 k. j ~ I f, j i: I III ~ 1\ I 1\; ~ ij ,1 1.1 \ ,..~,) ! Ii Ii h 'J '\J ;11 ;tJJ lL 111{} J,llL.BAllt.rl.lcJti:l",. :':--;'::~:~::C~"t~,iE;::'*'~'~~:~~_"",~ SERVICES, INC From: Re: Date: Amy Patterson Collier County Government Impact Fee Administration Sharon Aragona, Vice President Permit #2006091892 3/14/07 ~~./J.r To: The above referenced permit will house a family practice (Horizons Primary Care Center) and a pediatric practice (East Naples Pediatrics) for the patients of Collier Health Services, Inc. Founded in 1977 for the purpose of providing high quality outpatient medicai and dentai care to the underserved of Collier County, Coliier Health Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. For the calendar year 2006, Coliier Health Services, Inc. served 43.501 individuals in Collier County for a totai of 191,335 patient visits. 32,247 individuals had incomes under 200% of poverty. Uninsured individuals numbered 23,543 and an additional 11,032 were Medicaid recipients. We are clearly the "safety net" health care provider for the poor and uninsured of Collier County. Your consideration to waiving a substantial portion of the impact fees associated with the above mentioned permit wouid be greatly appreciated as it will assist us in our mission of providing patient care. Thank you for your consideration. 1454 Madison Avenue' Immokalee, Florida 34142 (239) 658-3000 -~ Internal Revenue Serv~ce District Director DeFa=tment of the P. O. Box 2508 Cincinnati, OH Treasury :i 45201 Date: Collier Health 1454 W Madison Immokalee, FL services Inc Ave 34142-2200543 Employer Identi=ication Number: 59-1741277 Person to Contac~: David ."- Doeker Telephone NU~~e=: 5:3-684-3863 SEP 24 1998 Dear Sir or Madam: Based on the information which you have submitted, we have determined that you have terminated your private fOlli~dation status under the provisions of section 507(b) (1) (B) ef the Inte=al ReveIlue Code of 1986 and that, as of April 1, ~9931 you are ~~ org~~ization of the t}~e described in section(s) 509(a) (1) ~,d 170(b) (1) (A) (vi) of the Code. G=~~tGrs and contTib~~crs may =ely en t~i3 dete=min2tion ~~il t~e :n~e~al Reve~ue Se~vice p~lishes notice to tbe cOlltrarJ. ~oweve=, 2 .,...",T'\-.....r !""',""'- ..... CO"~~l.;..U--...- --y ~o+- ......e>l-- en ~n'l'- (1'-....-.........,..,i.,.-,---;",n i_r M__!=, e.,.- S-.::::...O..!........... ':'"'- Q. _...'-~ -"-' L.-U-';-. ~Ic:. _~... ..... ....--:1 ~_ '- ;::;, ~"=L...-'::::-.l-Hl_..l._=L..-_'--' -=. .,__ _ she was ~~ par~ ~espc~s~~~ =8~r cr ~as ~wa~e OIl ~he act C~ ~~~~ure ~0 ac::. tl:a-:. ::::-esul::.ed in your less cf 'section 503 (a) (1) a."J.d (170 (l:) (:) (2t) (--ri) S-::c:.~USI c= ac~i:;:-2d k':'J.ow'le,:::.se tr...a.':. the I=t2:..~al Reve~ue Se~;~ce had give~ ~ctice ~h~t YGU wo~:d be ~=moved =r8ill classificc..ticn as a sectior: 50~ (c) (3) C=g:=.::lZ2.::.lCr:. This letter mocifies C~~ le~~e~ cf J~~e 2r ~9EOr whic~ held you -::0 ~e a private fOlL~dation. Because this letter could help resolve any questions 2~OU':. your =o~~da.ticn status, yo~ should keep it i~ you~ pe~~~ent records. If you have a~v ~0es-::io~sf please ccnt2c~ t~e tel~phone D~mb~r-a~e shown ~ove. . - perso~ w~ose ~arne ~~G Si:J.ce:::-ely YCl..:.::-SI ~ '" /.' C.". .4 i ~/" .I 'I .~ / //..... /' ./,/ '-,/. -".' ,// V""~V8-, /....2---~:;::( C. AShl~BU~lard D~s~~~~~ D~~ec~8r ,':-" ,( - 1(,.-.- , -~~ 'J" .J If.; ,~s:~~:s;'rrri! ~_ -~l':::u U IL.,!U LUllER HEALTH SERVIC?s' /' /' L !i~ {,< en.. -i' (;'~:~:; C,c.. '!.;,;r;-f\,':i' ',0 2[1C;7 10 of ~ 1 MCMORROW & DILLON, P.A. Attorneys at Law Poinciana Professional Park 2590 Golden Gate Parkway, Suite 108 Naples, Florida 34105 Tel.: (239) 434-6500 Fax: (239) 4J4-6575 November 12,2003 Via Facsimile and Regular Mail (~~") c:<> ~o.:::c. ~~ '7 \)...JO-,,) -"U Richard B. Akin, CEO Collier Health Services, Inc. 1454 Madison Avenue Immokalee, Florida 34142 Re: IRS status determination letter Dear Richard: I have reviewed the IRS correspondence, dated September 24, 1998, that you recently forwarded to my office for review. Based on my review of such correspondence, as well as the relevant sections of the Internal Revenue Code cited therein, it is my opinion that CHSI was classified hy the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c )(3) organization. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office. Very truly yours, M;:;i:;L William P. Dillon .- /~~33 " I Consumer's Certificate of Exemption! Issued Pursuant to Chapter 212, Aorida Statutes :-<y DR-14 -" R. 04/05 09/14/05 DE PI\RTME NT OF REVENUE 85-8012680589C-8 12/10/2005 12/31/2010 Certificate Number Effective Date Expiration Date This certifies that COlliER HEALTH SERVICES 1454 MADISON AVE W IMMOKALEE Fl 34142-2200 is exempt from the payment of Florida sales and use tax on real property rented, personal property purchased or rented, or services purchased, " Important Information for Exempt Organizations DR-14 R 04/05 OEPAr-:-MEt>..T OF RfVENU( 1. You must provide all vendors and suppliers with an exemptiDn certificate before making tax-exempt purchases. See Rule 12A-1.038, Fiorida Administrative Code (FAC). 2. Your Consumer's Certilicate 01 Exemption IS to be used solely by your organization for your organization's customary nonprofit activities. 3. Purchases made by an individual on behalf of the organization are taxable, even if the individual will be reimbursed by the organization. 4, This exemption applies only to purchases your organization makes. The sale or lease to others by your organization of tangibie personal property, sleeping accommodations or other real property is taxable. Your organization must register, and collect and remit sales and use tax on such taxable transactions. r'Jote: Churches are exempt trom this requirement except when they are the lessor of rea! property (Rule 12A~1.070, FAC). 5. It is a crimina! offense to fraudulei1ti~1 present this certificate to evade tne payment of sales tax. Under no circumstances should this certificate be used for the personal benefit of any Individual. Vioiators \Viii be liable ior payment of the sales tax plus a penalty oj 200% of the tax, and may be subject to conviction of a third degree felony. Any violation will necessitate the revocation of this certificate. 6. If you have questions regarding y')ur exemptIon certificate, please contact the Exemption Unit of Central Registration at 850-487-4130. The mailing address is PO BOX 6480. Tallahassee, FL 32314-6480. I;em ~,:CJ. DB 2 C,7 ~ 0 24 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to aecept two funding agreements with the South Florida Water Management District to share a portion of the construction cost of the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project Phase lA and the Gateway Triangle Storm water Improvement Project, Project No. 511011 (Lely) and Project No. 518031 (Gateway). OBJECTIVE: To receive Board approval to enter into two agreements with the South Florida Water Management District, Agreement No. 4600000625 and Agreement No. 4600000627, providing funding assistance for construction of Phase I A of the Lely Area St0l111water Improvement Project in the amount of $1, I 90,000 and S800,OOO of funding assistance for construction of the Gateway Triangle Stormwater Improvement Project. CONSIDERATIONS: For several years the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) has expressed to county staff its desire to provide cost sharing assistance with construction of both the Lely Area Stomlwater Improvement Project (LASIP) and the Gateway Triangle Stormwater Improvement Project. All permits necessary to begin construction of both projects have been issued. SFWMD has received funds from the State Lcgislature for implementation of 2007 Watershed Restoration Projects in Southwest Florida as part of the Naples Bay Initiative. Both of these projects are rated highly in accomplishing some of the goals of the Naples Bay Initiative. - Phase 1 A 0 [" LASIP consists of deepening and widcning a section of thc Lely Main Canal ii'om Rattlesnake Hammock Road north to the southeast comer of the Kings Lakc Community. The total length is approximately one mile. Construction began this month and is scheduled to be completed before the onset of this summer's rain\' season jc)r a total cost ofS2.54 million. The Gateway Triangle Stonnwatcr Improvement Project is the construction of an approximately five (5) acre water management and treatment area located within the Gateway Triangle Area east of Commercia] Drive. south of Linwood Avcnue. and north of US 41. A stOl1nwater runoff collection system will he constructed along the cast side of Commercial Drive and along the south sides of both Linwood and Kirkwood Avenues. Construction of a st0l111water pumping station is also planned to convey treated stonmvater 11'om thc pond to discharge points south of US 41 and north of Davis Boulevard. Construction of the water management pond is scheduled to begin this May and construction of the collection system and pumping station is scheduled to begin in 2008. Total project costs are estimated to be $4.5 million. FISCAL IMPACT: Revenue ]1"0111 SFWMD in the amount of S 1.190.000 and $800.000 was previously recognized in the FY 07 Stonnwater budget. Matching county funds are available in Project No. 51 I 01 I (LASIP) and I'roi~ct No. 518031 (Gateway) of the Stonl1water Capital Fund (Fund 325). Source of county funds arc :\d Valorem taxes. GROWTH MANAGEMENT !MP.\CT: The Lely Ar~a Stormwater Improvement Proiect and the Gateway Triangle Stonnwater Improvement Project are consistent with. and furthers thc goals. objectives and policies of. the Drainage Suh-element ofthe Collier County Growth Management Plan. ~. RECOMMENDATION: The Board of County COlmnissioners accept the attacbed South FIOlida 'Vater ~1anagenlent District Funding .A~gree111ent No. 46000()0625 and l\green1cnt No. 4600000627 providing S l,l 90,000 and S800.000 of funds to be utilized as funding for construction of a portion of ~:2 !le:Ti ~':'J.:,\S :\;:.<,-il >:~'. ::::,JU7 the Lcly Arca Stonnwater lmprovcment Project Phasc IA and the Gateway Triangle St0n11water Improvcment Project respectively. and to direct the Board Chain11an to sign the agreements. Prepared By: Jerry Kurtz, P.E., Principal Project Manager, Stoll11\Vater, Transportation Division Attachments: (1) SFWMD Funding Agreement No, 4600000625, (2) SFWMD Funding Agreement No, 4600000627, , COLLIER cOllr>n' ~, ~." ,', ~ TU:h,"o, Item Number: Item Summary: ""1,',' ';')',I'! ;::1'" 112' ;"'11f~'1: k', ,"', ;G~'()C~'- ,,11:) ;:w' ':rTh' ,: r'jt' /L<:,')DC,)[= "";\1,.; Pi,C:I~" of c- r',iJ~,,: 1, me ":Ii;" :c"[;r') 1':<' (J(Jr; ;lr'.~ U~(" ",",,' (':~ 'Wltl:"O i" ;:';t,W(" Tn 1'1 ,:01',-,.'1,,',. ',(':'-1', '-'wal';' ITI:'~\)"),ni'" -""'lcU J,yr:w: .c;r;:,,,'<;t,-i\O "'of.'CJ'3tIOCI Meeting Date: I'rl'pnrl'd By Grr;", I'dr:~ ,,(::I('<~"(Wl"'" U~1T r3n~' ",:,,',,-,1\ S .',"cco; C,!,:"'.w,m."r,':'''l",(:ment 2'~,::!OG7 44' :~,~ PM Appruvcd n~ .:',er"i,:l'.urtz S""im'E:"gmem [1M" ,'"",s;'[)rtnk:>f;",e,'''''':b ,':I,gmv/:'l,'_" r~"rw(''''''',,')\ :;,'[:~(lCI- ,;:, !'M Approved By :>n:; '<CO:l'r","""U<" "."r ,C,)(> ''':'''1 '>'rv<c"" ^",j"".:, r',,' ~ , t,,",,,,,, '\ppn'H,d n~ :"'l< \I'l'rnnd B~ '\I,,'ron-Ii B~ \l'fn"\Td B, \l'l'n""d B~ '\l'prondB\ '\l'l'rH,."ti B~ \ Ill' rnnd B~ !. -..f' 8-~' ~ '\ e ORIGINAL SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AGREEl\1El'\T NO. 4600000625 BEnVEEN THE SOUTH FLORIDA Wi\. TER :MA.NAGEMENT DISTRICT AND COLLIER COUNTY JAN 2- 6 2007 THIS AGREEl\IENT is enteled into as of the _,.. .. .~ hy amI between the South Plorid8. \Vater \'1anagL'"ment Disnier nHSTRrCT) t:1lld CollIer County (COUi\T)/} \\REREAS, the DISTRICI is :} public- corpuration of the State 0: FloridCl. c:c.~ated by the Flurid<) Legislature and given those P~)\\'crs <lIlG re.sponsibilirit:s cnurneTJted in Ci1<::pteT :) 73, Fbrida St3.tures. to in:.:ludC' emermg into r-ontrJcts \Yltll public: Zlg::>TIC1CS, prh'ilte. co:poratiolls or other p:;rs()m~ and ',mREAS, the DISTIUCT G:-sires to ;:.rcwid:: i1n::m:::i,:J a~;.':iI:;rallc:e to tbe COL:NTY fOl leiy Branch Canal C0nstlllction - LASIP Phas::: 1 A: and 'VHEREAS, th~ COliNTY \"!J.TIants ::m.::: repres(::ots that it h25 no ohligCition 0, indebtedness that would impair HS abilit}: to fLllml the telillS and condinons o:this AGREEiVIEI"..a; rmd \VHEREAS, the Governing BOf:rJ oithe District at Its bnuary 1;,2007 mcctmg. Jppro\'~d entering into this AGREF:MENT with the COL1\TV, Jnd NOW'l THEREFORE, in GO!lsjd~ralion of the cO'l/enanls Jnd ~eprt:senr31ions set foIth htrein :md otk~r good and .valuable cor15idcration." thC' rec:eipt and adequacy of whicb is hereby J::l(T\o\.dcdged, the parties agree as fullows: The DISTRICT agu::es 10 concibutc funds ~nd tile COt:T\1Y apees to perform the \'iork Set forth in Exhibit "A" 8.1tached hereto .:md rn:.IJ~~ a part hereof" subject to availability of funds and 111 <1ccordancc with their respective authonties to conSlluct stormwatcr management system llnpovcm::::nts to the Lel)" Branch Canal fwm Rattlcsnake Hammock Rod north to Kings lali:~ 2 The period of pClform<il1ce of this AGREr.:'\'IE~I Sh..:1Il commence on the dare Di cxeCtl:ion of :hi3 AGREEI\:iENT anJ shall contmuc for G period ofCnH' 0) 'r"tar The lo-::a] DISTRICT cont;,jbL!ti~)n shall not exceed th:: amuunt 0; One hfilJion. Or;c Hund::~d Ninety 1 buus;::nu D(}llar~ ;:Ule NQ Cents (S1, 1.90,000 00) Tbt, DISTRICT will ?lo\'ide ule fun amount b;;:s:-d on the })a:;'IDcnt and DelIverable S:::.h:::dule set forth ill Ex..1ibir "R", \vhicb is attached nereto and made a part ot t~is AGREEMENT l'ht: DISTRICT's contribution is subject to adequate documentation to suppurt a::rutll expendirures within the nQt~to-exceed AGREE1\:IENT funding limitation of $: "190,00000 In no event shan tbe DISTRICT be l1abie fur any contribution hereu:lder in exc!::ss of this amount If the total consideration for this AGREEI\lENT is subject to multi-year funding alloc<ltlOlls, funding for each applicable fiscal YC<:if of tbis AGREEJ\-1ENT wiH bt:: sub./t:c:t to GOvt:rmng Board budgetary appropriation, In the event the DISTRICT does not approve funding for any subsequent fiscal year, this AGREEMENT shJ.11 tenninate upon expenditure of the current funding, notwithstanding other provisions in this Agreement 4600000625, Page I of 5 ;12n': hJO.1C'::\ ,t<:,;-ii , '- .~'.,' , =- Of 24 AGREEMENT to the contrary The DISTRICT will notify the COUNTY in miring after the adoption of the final DISTRICT budget fOI each subsequent fiscal year if funding is not approved for this AGREEMENT 4 The COUNTY shall submit quarterly financial reports to the DISTRICT providing a detailed accounting of all expenditures inculTed hereunder throughout the term of this AGREEMENT The COUNTY shall report and document the amount of funds expended per month during the quartelly reporting period and the AGREEMENT expenditures to date wIthin the maximum not-to-exceed AGREEMENT funding limitation 5 The COUNTY shall cost share in the total amount of $10,01000 in confOImity with the laws and regulations goveming the COIJNTY 6 All wOIk to be performed under this AGREEMENT is set fOlth in Exhihit """, Statement of Work, which is attached hereto and made a part oftms AGREEMENT, The COUNTY shall submit quarterly plOgless Iepmts detailing the statns of work to date for each task The work specified in Exhibit "A" shall be under the direction of the COUNTY but shall be open to periodic review and inspection by either party No work :;ct fOIth in Exhibit "A" shall be performed beyond the expiration date, unless authorized through execution of an amendment to 'Cover succeeding periods 7 The COUNTY is hereby authorized to contract with third parties (subcontracts) for services awarded through a competitive process required by Florida Statutes The COUNIY shan not subcontract, assign OI transfer any other work undel this AGREEMENT without the prior \"'linen consent of the DISTRICT'!<i Project Manager The COlI:"lry agrees to be responsible for the fulfillment of all work elements included in any subcontract and aglees to be responsible for the payment of all monies due under any subcontract It is understood and agreed by the COUN TY t,,1at the DISTRICT shall not b'~ liable to any subcontactor for any c):pcn~;C's or Jiabititi~s in~un:ed under the: subcomr3ct(s) S Both the DISTRICT and the COUNTY shan have .ioim ownelship lights to all wDJ'k items, including but not limited to, all docum~nts, techni('.al reports, research notes, scientific data, compukr programs, including the source and object code, which are developed, created or othenvise originated hcrcundCT by the other party, it~ subcontIactor(s)l 2ssign(s), agent(s) andior succ.essor(s) as required by the Exhibit "A", Statement of \Vork Both pal1ies' rights to de.Jiverabjes received under this AGREEl'vlENT shall include t~le unrestricted and perpetual right to use, replOduce, modify al]d distJibute such d::liverabks ,It no additional cost to the othel pany f-,lotv,rithstanding lhe foregoing, o.."vnership of all equipment and hardw;:ITC purchased by the COUKTY tInder this AGREEMENT sholl be deemed to be the PlOP"rt)' of the COUNTY upon completion of Ihis AGREEMENT The COUNTY shail retain all O\\.71ership to tangible property 9 The, COUNTY, to the extent pemlitted by law, assumes any and an risks of pelsonal injury, bodily injury aod property damage attributable to negligent acts or omissions of the COlJN1Y and tbe officers, employees, servants and agents thereof The eOtTNIY represents that it is self~fuIlded for V\'orker's Compensation and liability insurance, covering bodily injury~ persona! injury and prop:;rty damage, \vith such prow:tion being applicable to the COU1'\TY. its officers and employees while acting \vithin the scope of theu employment during pelfornmnce of u"del this AGREEMENT In the event thar the COUNTY s....lbconcrac!s any pa11 or an of the wOlk hereunder to any third party, the COUNTY shall require each and every subcontractor to identIfy the DlSlR1CT as an additional insmed on all insurance policies as required by the COUNTY Any contract av,'mded by the COUNTY shall include a provision whereby the COUNTY's subcontractor agrees to indenmify, pay OIl behalf, and hold the DISTRICT hannless from a!1 d.am<lges arising in cOlmection v,'ith the COtTNTYls subcontract 10 The COUNTY and the DISTRICT further agree that nothing contained herem shall be CJnsttued or interpreted as (1) denying to either party any remedy or defense available to such party W1der the laws of the State of Florida; (2) the consent of the State of Florida or its agents and agencies to be sucd; or (3)-a waiver of sovereign immunity of the State of Florlda beyond the waiver provided in Section 768,28, Elotida Statutes 11 The parties to this AGREEMENT are independent entities and are not employees or agents of the other parties Nothing in this AGREEMENT shall be interpreted to establish any relationship other than that of independent entities, between the DISTRICT, the COUNTY. their employees, agents, subcontractors or Agreement 4600000625, Page 2 of 5 -;y ^;;-, assigns, during OT after the term of this AGREEMENT The parties to this AGREEMENT shall not assign, delegate 01 otherwise transfer their rights and obligations as set fOIth in this AGREEMENT without the prior 'written Consent of the other parti~s Any attempted assignment in violation of this provision shall be void 12 The parties to this AGREE1\-lENT assure that no person shall be excluded on the grounds of race., colm, creed, national orjgin, handicap, age or sex, from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrirmnution in any activity under this AGREEMENT 13 The COUNTY, its employees, subcontractors or assigns, shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations relating to the performance of this AGREEMENT The DISIRICT undertakes no duty to ensure such comphanc:, but y,'ill altcmpt to ad\'ise the cOer";TY, upon request, as to any such la\vs of \vhich it has pres'.:nt knowledge 14 :Either party may terminate this AGREEMEl\"T at any time for convenience upon thirty (30) calendar days prior v.Titten notice to the other parry 10 the event of termination, all funds not expended by the COUNTY [or authorized work performed through the tcnmnatioll date shall he returned to the DISTRICT within sixty (60) days of termination 15 The COLj1~~~TY shall allow public access to all project documents a.'K} m.:'lteriais in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 119, rlorida Statutes Should the COU;\,lY assert any exemptions to the requirements of Chapler ] 19 and reltltec Statutes, the burden of establishing such exemption, by way of I~junetive or OlhCl relief as provided by law, shall be upon the COl'J"TY 16 The COUNTY shaH maintain record:: Jlle the DISTRICT sh2.!l b\,'~ insp,:;ction arid ,wdit rights be1o\v The COU:'\TY shall simiinrly require each suhcontrac:roi to mainram and aHmv access to su:::h records for audit purposes: A Maintenal};e of P.ecords. The COll~TY shall maintain all financiaj and non. financial records :md reports directly or indirectly rebtcd to the nego:iation or performance of this AGREET\fEl';I including supporting documentation {or any serVIce rates, expenses, res::'arcJl O~ reports Suc:h recorGs ;::haU be maintained and made available ror mspection for a period of five (5) years frorn th~ expiration date of thls AGREEMENT D Examination of Records: The DISTRICT or designated agent sh.:ll] bave the right to examine in accorda.nce \vith generally accepted governmental auditing standards all records dlTtetl)' 0; indirectly rela~ed to this AGREEI\i1ENI Such exarninalion may be m~de 0:1]1' withjn five (5) years from the e~:pin:tion Gate of this AGRE-E.rvIE~T C Ext~nded Availahilitv of Rec-ords forJ.,ec:al DisDutes: In the CV'2nt tbat the DISTIUCT should become involved in a legal disp:lte with a third party arising from p~If:JImance under this AGREEi\lE!'lT, the COt'fNTY shall extend the period of maintenance for aU records relating to the AGREEMENT umil the finai disposi[ion of the legal dispute .tUi 5u:;11 n:::ord;; shed! be made readiiy av<:ilable to tnc DiSTRICT J 7 \Vhenever th~ DfSTIUC Ps contrib'JtiOIl Jncludes state or federal appJ opriated funds, rhe COUNTY shall, in addition to the inspe:-,tion and audit rights set for~h in par:igraph #1 G above, maintain records <lOci simiIaIly require each subcontractor to maintain and alkl\\" access to such records in compliance \vlth the requirements of the Hodda Stare Sillg:le Audit Act and the Fedcra15ingle Audi: Act, a~ [0110\"\'5: A ~:;I;.E-inte.nance ofI(ecord5: 'Ihc DISTRICT shall proviue the n~ccs.sary information to the COUNT)':.'l.s set fonh in Exhibit "e" The COUNTY snaIl ITl2.intai!l all finan::iaLinon-flnan:::lllllecords th:ougi:: (I) Identification 01 the state 0-. federal awarding agenc)', as applicable ~2) Project identification inform-'1tion included in the Catalog of State Fin:mcia! Assisrance (CSF A) or the Catalog ofT'ederal Financial Assistance (UDA), us appli:::able (3) Audit and ac:::ountability requirements for state projects as s~ated in the Single Audit Act and a~plicabJe ftjles of the Executive Office of Governor, rules of the Chief Financial Officer and rules afme Auditor General and the State Projects Compliance Supplement (4) Audit/accountability requirements for federal projects as imposed by federal laws and regulations {5) Submission of the applicable single audit report to the DISTRICT, as completed per fiscal year Agreement 4600000625, Page] of5 I~.':::'r"i"i :\;C ~ ':"8 -'-.'.'-1' ? :;;: ~~ B. Examination of Records: The DISTIUCT or desIgnated agent, the state awalding agency, the state's Chief Financial Officer and the state's Auditor General and/or federal awarding agency shall have the right to examine the COUNTY's financial and non-flilllllcial records to the extent necessary to monitor the COUNTY's use of state or fedeIaJ financial assistance and to determine whether timely and <lppropriate corrective actions have been taken with respect to audit findings and rccommendations wbjch may include on5ite visits and limited scope audits 18 All notices or other communication regaTding this AGREEME1\"T>f shall be in writing and fon:va.rded to the attention of the following individuals: South Florida 'Water Management District Collier County Attn: Max Guerra, Project Manager relcphone No (239) 597-1505 ext 7612 Ann: R, Shane Cox, Project Manager Telephone No (239) 659-5792 Attn; Rupert Giroux, Contract Specialist Telephone "0 (561) 682-2532 Address: 2705 Horseshoe Drive South Naples, FL 34104 Address: P.O Box 24680 3301 Gun Club Road West Palm Bcach, FL 33416-4680 19 COlJNTY recognizes that any Tepresentations, statements 01 negotiations made by DISTRlCT staff do not suffice to legally bind DlSTRICT in J contractual relat1om~tip unltss t.hey hav(: been reduced to Vi.'rtting and sIgned hy an auLhmizcd DISTRICT lepresemative This AGREEl\1ENT shall imue- to th(: benefit of and shall be binding upon the parties, their respectIve assigns, and Sllcccssors in intcTcst 20 This AGREEi'\'iENT may be amended, extended or rene\\"ed only "vith the \\Tittcn JPPlOval of the parties The DISTRICT shali be Jespomiblc for initiating any amendments to this AGREEi\1El\"f, if required 21 This AGREEIvIENI, and any \VOT!: pcrfonned nereunder, is subje;::t to the Llli','S of the State of Florida Nothing in this AGREEl\-'1ENl will hind any of the paJtles to pelform beyond their lespective authority, nOI does this AGREEIvlENT aIrer the iegal lights nnd remedies \vhid} the respective parties would otherwise have, undel law or at equity 22 Should any telm or pro\'ision of this AGREEl\1ENT be hdd, to any extent Invalid or unenforceable, as against any person, emity or cIrcumstance dLUing the term hereof, by force of any statute, law, onuling of any forum of compdcnt jurisdiction. SHch invalidity shaH not affect any other term OJ provision of this AGl11iK~tEN1, to the extent that the AGREEr"lEN1 shall n:nuin operable, enforceable and in full force and eiTcct to the extent permitted by 1m\' 23 Faiiun:s or waivers to insist on strict p::.'rformance of any covenant, condition, OI prov~sion of tills AGREEl\IENT by the pm ties shall nol be dt:lcmcd a waiver of any of its Tights or remedies, nor shall it reiievc fht;: other party fTom performing any suhsequent obligations strictly in accold<rllce \\'lth the terms of this AGREEIVIENT No \\'aiVCl shan be effective tuliess in v,>riting and signed oy the party against wbom enforcement is sought SlIch \VaIVel shall be limited to plOvisions ofthis AGREEl\1ENT specifically referred to therein and shaH not be deemed il \vaiver of any other provision No waiver shall constitute a continuing \vnlver unless the \vriting states othenvisc 24 Any dispute ari:;lng under tlus AGREEJ\.IENT \Vhi~h cannot be readily rCSDlvcd shan be submitted jointly to the signatOTlcs of this AGREEl\'1ENT v..:ith <:ach party a!:,'1ccing to seek in good faith to resolve the issue thmugh negotiation 01 othel forms of non-binding alternative dispute resolution mutually <lcceptable to the parries. A joint dec~sion of the signatories, or their designees, shall be tbe disposition of such dispute 25 This AGREEI\1ENT states the entire understanding and agreement bet\Veen the parties and supersedes any and all \Vntten or oral representations, statcments, negotiations, or agreements prcviously existing betvieen the parties 'With respect to the subject matter of this AGREE:MENT Agreement 4600000625, Page 4 of 5 .;-:-;,; j,/ :,_1::; ',' ---, _ .1'-' i 26 Any inconsistency in this AGREEMEN T !:ihal1 be resolved by giving precedence in the follo',l,lng ordc'T: (a) Terms and Conditions outlined in prcccrnng paragraphs 1- 24 (b) Exhibit "An Statement of Work (c) all uthl.'1 exhibits, attachments and docwnent!:i spccificaJ]y incOIporated herein by reference TN WITNESS WHEREOF, tbe parties or their duly authorized Tepresentative, hereby execute this AGREEMENT on the date frr:.-;t \NTIttcn above. FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT \ 17 I 1 {I , I i _ J i F(ink Hayden, DlrectOTMI I , ~h By: ~ SF~~ PReREM~NI A~PRO\'ED n),. ,'<, ,';;).;.~ (,~. 1,. .\'~ u. . .V'- ~ .. ,'. ~~~ .'_n___ "'. . ~ - ~ - \ "- 'v I Date _ . ;~ f~., hel ~....... COLLIER COCl\''/'\' BOARD OF COU"TY COMMISSI02'iERS COLLIER COUNTY, ~'LORlIlA By: t)oaro ofCo~mry Corrunissioners JamcE, C:oletla, Cbalnn.::n ATTESI Dwight E BlO':::L Clerk By: Deputy Clerk .~~ppf()Ydi~ to form an'Cf' egal1:;ufficicnc\' T --, I'" T ' / . dz IlL ~I Bv:" / J '-- (. - - ~ Assistant County Attorney AgTeement 4600000625, Page 5 015 !>::;';} n:J. ,,_, :,7 -;.' EXHIBIT "A" STATEMENT OF WORK COLLIER COUNTY LELY BR4.NCH CANAL CONSTRUCTION-LASIP PHASE 1.40. A. INTRODUCTION For Fiseal Year 2006, the District received funding from the Florida State Legislature for implementation of watershed restoration projects in Southwest Florida called the Naples Bay Initiative via SA1 717 A of the General Appropriations Act Under this Initiative are several projects addressing important water restoration and management issues in CollieJ County The goals of the Initiative ale to: Construct stormwater trcatment structures/facilities that improve polluted runoff and Improve the hydrology (quantity, timing and distribution) associated with freshwatcr disehaTges to the estuaries One of the locations in Collier County that would greatly benefit horn improved storm water management is the Lely PJca The Lely /uea is approximately bounded by Radio Road to the north, Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research ReSelYC to the south, AilpOlt-Pulling Road and a theoretical southward extension of the same to the west and CR 951 to the cast The Lcly Area Stormwatcr Improvement Project (LASIP) area is shown below The LASIP system will provide a comprehensive stOlmwatcr outfall system for this area of East Naples formerly known as \Vater Management District #6 which has experienced an increasing level of drainage related problems as growth has continued in the area Thc drainage mea of LASIP consists or about 11, I 35 acres and consists of two sub-basins known as the Lely Canal Basin (LCB) system and the Lely Manor Basin (LMB) system The Lely Canal Basin discharges into an estuarine coastal zone along the intercoastal waterway near Dollar Bay The Lely Manor Canal discharges into an estuarine coastal zone near the headwaters of Sandhill Bay and cventually into Rookery Bay Due to the lack of a comprehensive drainage outfall system in the LASIP area, continued development of the ~lJea has impacted f100d levels as well as water quality Available data indicates that water qualiry is gcnemlly good at present but could be expected to c!eteliorate unless ill1 improved water management outfall system for the area is developed. This agreement provides funding to Collier County to construct stormwatcr n1anagement systelTI in1provenlcnts to mitigate flooding and provide surface water quality improvements associated with LASIP Phase 1A That portion is the Lcly Blanch Canal from Rattlesnake Hal1L'11ock Road north to Kings Lake B. OBJECTIVES The purpose ofthese stmmwater management system improvemcnts associated with the Lei)' Branch Canal portion of LA SIP is to mitigate flooding by providing enhanced conveyance capabilities while improving water quality through discharge into an estuarine coastal zone along the intercoastal \vaterway near Dollar Bay The implementation of this project will result in tangible improvements to flood mitigation and stormwater quality in the East Naples/Lely fuea. Page 1 of 4, Agreemenl4600000625 iC:, , ~/:l C. SCOPE OF WORK The LASIP Phase IA construction is eunently scheduled to begin in 2006 within the Lely Canal Basin The scope of work for this cooperative agrecment is to reconstruct the Lell' Branch Canal, known as LASIP Phase IA. This project consists of deepening and widcning an existing canal to the designed cross section, increasing the flow capacity The part of the carlal to be reworked consists of approximately] mile of the Lely Branch Canal flOm Rattlesnake Hammock Road nOIthward to the south boundary of the Kings Lake Community. The canal, which cunently partially is in the FPL easement immediately to the east, also will be properly reconstructed within the existing County drainage easement As part of its cost share, Collier County developed the design and ohtained the necessary permits for this project The necessary SFWMD and USCOE permits have been issued for this portion of the project This agreement provides funding support for the construction and construction management of the stOlmwater management system improvements associated v...ith LASIP Phase lA D. WORK BREAKDO"'N STRUCTURE The County shall be responsible for the satisfactory completion of this project and may retain a consultant to provide the profession2.l services needed to assist the County during construction The County shall be responsible for })ro}ect manage:r:ent, 11:.tdget management and quality control and public outreach The Counl" shall be responsible fOl reviewing and approving deliverahks from its construction cont:actor(s) and consultanl(s) to ensure that the pmject o~jc.:tives aTe met Task 1: Construction Bidding Task I includes completion of the construction bidding plocess needed tIuough issuance afthe Noticc-to-Proceed with construction Task 1 comists of the following activities, as required · Advcrtisi:rg/Distriburion of Bid Specifications . Bid Specification Addendums, as r equir ed . Bid Opening . Bid TechnicaI/Con1merciJ.l RCl,"iev,' . Selection of ConlIactol(s) . Insurance Requirements . Issuance of Notjce~to-Pro~ccd 'VI'ith Construction Delivcmble: Notice-to-Proce:cd with COTlSltuCtJOJ: Task 2: IUobilization and Gearin!! . Develop Soil Management Plan . Obtain schedule from Contractor . Obtain ,'lark Plan from Contractor . Complete vegetative clearing along bank Page 2 of4, AgTeemenr 4600000625 :E';T. f'Jc. ~ =)~ Q,2D,,7 .~ 1 0: 2L1 . Develop and implement power pole relocation plan Delive1ables: Copies of Contract01's schedule and W01k Plan Task 3: Construction Task 3 includes construction, engineering oversight, and project management of the construction activities as identified bclow, as required . Construction of Phase IA of the LASIP in accordance with approved plans, specifications and permit requircments . Other construction activities that are directly and appropriately associated with achieving the project objectives or completing the projcct scope including public outreach . Engineering Oversight and Project Management . Addendums or revisions to design plans and specifications . Site Visits . Inspection and Testing . ConstlUction Observation . Fina! Certjfication Delivcrables: Copy of the 50% Completion Certification and the Construction Substantial CompletiDn CenificaliDn Page 3 of 4. Agreement 4600000625 "~ ~jl .:.:'.1 EXHIBIT "B" PAYMENT AND DELIVERABLES SCHEDULE . A summary deliverable and payment schedule associated wjth this project is set forth below including specific deliver abIes associated with each task and due dates for all deliverables · All deliverables submitted hereunder arc subject to review and acceptance by the District Acceptability of all wOlk will be based on the judgment of the District that the work is tcchnically complete and accurate . Payment shall be made following receipt and acceptance by the District of project invoices in accordance with the schedllle set forth helow All invoices shall be accompanied hy adequate documentation to demonstrate completion of each task in accordance with this Sratement of Work document . T ota! payment by the District for all activities hereundcr shall not exceed the amount of $1,190,000 The District's cost share amount shall nol exceed 50% of the combined total proj ect cost If the total consideration for this AGREEMPH is subject to multi-yea! funding aliocations. funding for each applicable fiscal veal of this AGREEMENT will be subject to Governing Board budgeta:yapPl'Opliation Tn the event the DISTRICT do('s not approve funding fell any subsequent fiscal year, this AGREEMENT sball terminate upon expenditure of the CUllent funding, nohvithstanding oth~T provisions in this .:..\GREET\.JENI to the contrary I Task 1: Construction , Bidding I I Task 2: 1vlobilization and i Contra:tm's schedule and WOIk ,Clearing I Plan I Task 3: Construction of 50% Compietion of Construction Lely Branch Canal (Rat- Certification Ham Rd to Kings Lake) '. Du, Date* . . (From contract. . execution) 2 months District Not' -.' -... . to,Exceed. .PaymenC ,~50(l 000 16 mc'nths ! 1500.000 I I I Total SFWMD/BCB Share, SI.190.(l00 I I ] 0 months I $190,000 * All dates are referenced from the date of execution of this agre~mcnt and 3re estimated * * The District shall only be ohligated to pay for documented actual expenditures within the not, to-exceed amounts specified above In no event shall the District's total obligation exceed $I,J 90,000 as specified above The County is responsible for any additional funds either thlOugh local revenues, grants, other appropriations, and/or other funding sources. Page 4 of4, Agreemenr 4600000625 ;J'.:'-::;- -~:5 ,~ , :J ...:;:: ;::_ (1) ::;;"= ::iJ .:=:; :::..cu - --:"" n m~- "9 iij en < v Z, ~ Q ::; Q "' :.u C" ~ ~ ,'iJ - VJ c.., ~, ~ -' '.) - ~ c; W .e ,,' "i '" '" y < en ,... 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C'-1 C "" "" ,~ ,3 g " " ,;jJ <' " ~G -~ !:srn !'k, 1 US '<,0.2[,U7 8 . \ ~ -~ -.'I ,,- .~ ORIGr~I\[~ SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT LOCAL GOVERl~MENTAL AGREEMENT AGREEMENT NO. 4600000627 BETWEEN THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MA.. "IAGEMENT DISTRICT AND COLLIER COUNTY THIS AGREEMENT is enteTed into as of the_____~______ ___u. d______________ the South Flmida '~latcI Management District (DISTRICT) and Collier County (COUNT\') ,. by and bdwccn "\VHEREAS, the DISTRICT is a public corporation of the State of Florida, created by the Florida legtslarure and given those powers and responsibilities enumerated in ChapteJ .T73, Flolida Stahrtes, to include entering into contI-acts with public. agencies, pri\'at~ corpOlJ.tioos OI other P2ISQIlS; Jnd \\'HEREAS, lh~ DISTRICT d::siH~:S to provid-e fInancial assistance to the CO-cN1Y tOl Gate'VOl? T rianglc Storm\vatc! Improvcmects - Phase j Construction; and \\"HERE_~, the COUl"; TY ',-vananrs and represents t]1.1t it has no obligZltion or indebTedness that \'vcll1ld impair it::: ,1~i1~ty to h..:lfill the terms and condltlons of this AGIlliE-I\tlE!'iT; and \YrfEhEAS, the Governing Board of the District at its January 11, 2007 meeting, approved entering into this AGREEMENT with the COuNTY; and NO\"', THEREFORE, in consideration of the covenants and representations set iorth herein and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of \vhich is herehy acknowledged, the pal ties aglee as follows: The DlSTRICl agrces to conuibute funds and the COUNTY ab'Tee' to perform the work set forth in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and m.lde a part heleof. subject to availahility of funds and in accordance WIth their respective authorities to :onstTUi.:t a detention pond, sheet p~ling, box culvt.:rl and force main TO L inwood Avenue 2 The period of performance of this AGREEMENT shall commence on the date of execution of this AGREEMENT and shall continue for a period ofOnc (I) Year ;> The total DISTRICT contrlbulion shall not excet'd the amount of Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars and r~o Cen~5 ($800,000 aD) 111e DIsrRICT will provide the full amount based on the Payment and Deliverable Schedule set forth in Exhibit "B", \'v'hich is attached hereto and made a part of this AGREEt\1ENT The DISTJUCT's contribution is subject to adcquat~ documentation to support actual expenditures within the noHo-exceed AGREEMENT funding limitation of $800,000 00 In no event shall the DISTRICT be liable for any contribution hereunder in excess of this amolmt If the total consideration for this AGREEl\'IENT is subject to multi-year funding allocations, funding [or each applicable tlscal year of this AGREEMENT will he subject to Governing BoaTd budgetary appropriation In the eyeut the DISTRICT docs not approve funding [or any subsequent fiscal year, this AGREEMENT shall tenrunate upon expenditure of the current funding, notwithstanding other provisions in this AGREEMENT to the Agreement No 4600000627, Page 1 of 5 ~, ""r . : ,~ contrary The DISTRICT will notify the COUNTY ill writing afier the adoption of the final DISTRICT budget for each subsequent fiscal year if funding is not approved for this ACREEl\tIEI\I 4 The COUNTY shall submit quarterly financial reports to the DISTRICT providing a detailed accounting of all expenditures incurred hereunder tluoughoul the term of this AGREEMENI The COUNTY shall r::por1 and document the amount of funds expended pcr month during the quarterly reporting period and the AGREE.MENT expenditures to date within the maximum not-to~exceed AGREEMENT funding limitation 5 Ihe COlTNIY shaIl cost share in the total amount of $3,700,000 00 in confC>Irrjty with the laws and regulations governing the COUNTY 6 All v/ork to be performed under this AGREKMENI is set forth in Exhibit "A", Statement of \VOlk, which is attached hereto and made a part of this AGREEMENT. The COU"I/TY shaIl submIt quaItelly progress reports detailing the stanIS of work to date for each task The work specified in Exhibit "A" shall be under the direction of the COUNTY but shall be open to periodic review and inspection by either palty No work set faIth in Exhibit "A" shall be pe1formed beyond the expiration date) unless authorized tluough execution of an amendment to cover succeeding periods 7 The COlJNIY is hereby authorized to contract wIt1'1 third pani:-s C:.;uhconn'acts) t{H services awarded through a competitIve process required by Flotida Statutes The COlTl\cTY shaH not suhcontJact, assign or namfer any othel wOlk under this AGREET\IFST wltho:lt the prim \\TltIcn consent of the DISTRICT's hOJf'ct \1anagel The COllNT'\:' agree::. to be responsible for the fulfillmem of a1l work clements included in any subconuact Dnd agrees to be responsible for the p<Jymem of all monies due un de] any subcontJ'3ct It is unde.:stood and agreed by' th(' COUKIY that tne DISTRICT shall not be liab'ie to any subco::tra::::tor fo~ any expenses or liabilities inCLIned undel the subcontlacl(s) S Batb the DISTRICT and the COUK'll' slwll have jO~lt O\\'11C!ship Ilghts to aU .....ark lt~ms, ll1c1uding but not limjted to, 0.11 dn:umcnts, t~chni(;~l rcpo~ts, research nNes, scientific dQt~L compure! pl'O.~rams, including the source and object code, which JTC devdopcd, CICJled or otherwise originated hereunder by the otller party, its SUb(~olltIactor(s.L assignts), agent(s) and/or succcssor(s) 3S rcqu.ired by ~he Exhibit "A", Stattm'.:::nl of WorK Both paI11es' tights tu G~E,'e:i.ab;es re,:eiveo undr.;/ this A(~REEl\'1ENl shali in::lude the unrestricted and pcrpcmaJ dghi to use, r:.>p[oduce, modi f)' Cino uistributt su:h cltliverables at no additional CDS! to the other party I<orw.ilhstanding the foregoi<1g, o\\TIcr~;hip of all :::qLlipm~m and h~lId\',:~l1e purchased 'by th~ COC.:\'"11/ unner this AGREEl\JE.i\T :;hall b': ckc:neu to br.; the propeny of the COUNr'\:~ upon compktio:l of this AGREEi\JE.:\'I The COUNTY shaH retain all o\vncrship \0 tangihfe pIGpen}' 9 The COUNTY. to the extent pcrmiUtd by law, assumes any and alJ risks of p~r.,>on<il injury, bodily' injury and property damage attributabi.c tu n':gli~:;nt a:;[s or omissions of [he COt'NT\' a:1d the officers, emFloyees, servants and a;~J1ts thCT~of .~hc COUNTY represents tbat it is sclj~fllnJ(.:J for \\'or1:\:1"5 Cump::nsalion 2:1d JiabJllty !nSUT;ln~c, :::ovcring Dodiiy iaju!y, perso;};:,;; inj:.:.ry and p-op(.'rty damage, with such pwlection being app:ic:.ble to the C()C~TY, it::; uffice:'s and employees whJc actmg wrthin the scope of their employment durinf: perform3r.~:c: of lmd::r t.ilis A.GREEl\fENT in tne event that the COLTNIY subcontracts any j:D.rt or all of the wOTk hcu.'unu:;r to any third Pil.i.1y, tne COliNTY :;h::dl require each and ever~,' sutx~cntractor to identify the DISTRiCT 3.<; 3n additiunnl insmect on ::11] insUT3.Dce pohci(~:; as required by the C01JNT'\-' An]' c(Jnt~a:t awarded b}' th~ C01INTY sb;:,ll mclude a provision \vJll:rcb: the COUNTY's subc0ntmctor agrees to indemnjfy, pay on behalf, and hold the DISIRlCT hannl':,:s." from:1]1 ciamagcci 8ri~:iIlg in corUl~c:tion \"ith the COU~TY"s subcontract ~o Th~~ COV~rY ane the DISIRJCT further agr~e that Ilothir.g cont3.in":.-d h::rein shall be con.srrued or interpreted as 0) denYIng tu elm:::r pa:1y any remedy or Jefense Jvailable to such parly uncel the l<l\,:~; ot t~c State of Florida; (2) the consent of the StJte of Florida or its 2gent,~ and agencies to be sued; or (3) a \VaiVEr of sovereign inu:1unity of the State of F10ridu b-::yond the v.iaiver proVIded m Sr:ction 76828, Florida Statutes 11 Ihe palties to this AGREEl'vlENT arc independent entities and are not employe~s or agents of the other panles Nothmg in this AGREEl\'lENT shaH be intcrpreled to estabiish any relationship other inan that 0[' independent entities, between the DIS IRICT, the COUNTY, their employc:cs, agents, subcontractors or assigns, during or afier the term of this AGREEMENT rhe parties to tl,is AGREEMENT shan not Agreement No 4600000627, Page 2 of5 ;'Lsrn NQ, EB ! 0.. 2J~17 ''i7 G~ ~'L1 assib:rn, delegate at otherwise hansfer their righrs and without the prior written consent of the other parties provision shall be void obligations as set forth in this AGREEMENT Any attempt:::-d assignment in violation of this 12, The paTties to this AGREEI\IENT assUJc that nO person shall be excluded on the grounds of race, color, creed, national origin, handicap, age or scx~ from participation in. denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in any activity under this AGREEMENT 13 The COL"'NI'Y, its employees, subconnactors 01 assigns, shall comply v.'ith all applicnble federal, state and local laws and regulations relating to the performance oithis AGREEl\'1ENI The DIS1R1CI undertakes no duty to ensure such compliance, but will attempt to advise the COUl"TY, upon request, as to any such la\vs of which it has present knowledge 14 EithcI party may terminate this AGID~El\1ENT at any time for convenience upon thirty (30) calendar days prior written notice to the other party In the event of termination, all funds not expended by the COiJN TY fOI authotlzed wOIk per!clImed through the termination date shall be letmued to the DISTRICT w1thin sixty (60) days of termination 15 lhc COUNl Y shall allow public access to all project documents and materials in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 119, F10lida Statutes Should the COUNTY assert any exemptions to the requirements of Chapter 119 and related Statutes, the burden of establishing such exemption, by 'Nay of injunctive or OthCl relief as provided by law. shall be upon the COlI:'<rY 16 The COIJNTY shall maintain lecords and the DISTRICT shall have inspection (lnd audit rights belO\'i' The COU:'\TY shall similarly' lcquire cai.:h subcontractor to maintain and allow access to such records for audit P\.lITlosss: A Maintenai1c~ of Records' Th~ COUNTY shell maintain all financial and !1on~flIlancial recOlds and reports directly or indIrectly rdated to the negotiation m performance of this AGREE1\'fENT including supporting documentation [01 any scn'ice rates, expenses, research O! reports Such records shall be maintained and mad::. available for inspecrion for a period affive (5) YC<JT'S from the expiration date of this AGREEME~T B EXamination of Records: The InS TRIel O! designated ag;:>nt Shill1 bav~ the right tu e;mrnine in accordance with genelally accepted governmental auditing standards all recmds directly or indirectly related to this AGREEIHE:\"T Such examination may be made only \vithin five (5) years from the expiration date of lhis AGREE~lLNT C. Extended Avai1abllit~.':J2LR~.QTd:i...for Ler:2J DisDutes: In the e"vent th2.t the DISTRICT should become involved in a legal dispute with a third party arising from pe:-forman';:e under this AGREEl\1Er\T, lhe COUNT)' shall extend the peliod of maintenance Cm all records rdating to th~ AGREE MEN 1 until the !Inal disposition of the legal di.spute All such r~cords s~al1 he: maul' leadil)-,' 8vaijable to the DISTRICT 17 \Vhcncvcr the DISTRICl ~s contribution includes st:ltc or federal appropriated funds, the COUNTY shaU, in addition to the inspection 3nd audit rights set forth in paragraph #16 above, Il1<1.illtain reca1d~ and si:nilarly require each :;ubeontractol to maintain and allow access to sllch rt:cmds in compliance \vith the requirements ofthe FIO! ida Stat(; Single Audit Act a:ld tht Federal Smgle Audit Act, as follows: A Maintenance of Records: The DISTRICT sh&.l1 provide the necessary infcmnation to the COCNTY as s:t forth in Exhibit "C" The COUNTY shall mainrain all fi1lan:::ial/nQu-flnanclal H:cords tJ:uough: (1) IdentifIcation ofthe state or fedcl{ll a\l,'arding agency, as applicable (2) Pr(~ie~t identification in[onnation included in the Catalog of State T'inancial Assistance (CSf A) or the Catalog of Federal hnam::ial Assistance (CFDA), as applicable (3) Audit and accountability requirements for state projects as stated in the Single Audit Act and applicable rules of the Executive Offict: of Governor, rules ofthe Chief Financial Officer and rules of the Auditor General and the State Projects Compliance Supplement (4) AudIt'accountabll1ty requuements for federal projects as imposed by federai laws and regulations (5) Submission of the applicable single audit report to tb~ DISTRICT, as completed per fiscal year Agreement No 4600000627, rage 3 of 5 ,~-;!1i 1 ~ ':1 !~I::.i , i~1 'I , :)f .':::L B. Exarni.natiun of Records; Ihe DISTRICT or designated agent. lhe state awarding agency, the state's Chief Financial Officer and the state's Auditor General and/uI federal awarding agt:DCY ::Ihall havt:: the right to examine the COL7NTV's iinanclal and non-financial rccord..:.; to the extent necessary to monitor the COUNTY's use of state or federal financial assistance and 10 determine '\vhc1hcr timely and appropriate cOITectlve actions have been taken with respect to audit findings and rcconum:ndations which may include onsite visits and limited scope audits 18 All notices or other communication regarding this AGRE.E:'\IENT shall be in writing and Forwarded tn the attention of the following individuals: South Florida "'.'atel:\lanagement District Collier County Attn: Max Guerra, PlOject Manager Telephone No (219) 597-1505 ext 7611 Attn:R Shane Cox, Projt::ct Managcr Telephone No (239) 659-5792 Attn: Rupert Giroux, Conn act Speciali,it Telephone No (561) 6!i2-2532 Addless: 2705 H01seshoe Drive South Nap!;cs. FL 34104 Address; POBox 24680 3301 n~n Club Road v\,r::,,~ Palm Beach, l-'L 33416-4680 19 COrNT):' recogni7:cs that any repn;s~nlations, statements or negotlaiions made by DISTRICT staff do not suffi~e to legally bind DISTRICT in.3 conua:tuai relationship unless they h,rve been reduced to ""'Titing and signed by an aut11Ori7:ed DISTRICT rcpn:scnt.3tive 'lnis AGREEj\IE~'T shall imlle to the benefit of' and shall b~~ binding upon the ));lJ~'leS, thci, rcspccti\t, assigns, and successors in intefe:>t 20 This ,\.GREEi\-fE!'U may be amen.iej, extended or n::ncwcc only with the v.'iitten approval of the panies The: DISTRICT shall be responsible fOl :nitlatillg any amendments to this AGREE!\{ENI, itre,guJI'ed 21 Ihi::. AGREE:\IENT, and '-lIlY hOlt: pe-:fo:Lmed he1cund~I, 1:; sllbjec: to the r ,lW,~ of lhc Statt~ at rIorida Nothmg in thlS AGREEME!\d \,'i]] bind a::y of tbe p,llti('s :0 perfonn beyond their rc:spectjvt authol'lty. nor docs this AGREr:t\JEN1 alter the kgaJ rights 2nd f'enK:dl{,~ which t1:e respective p2.f~i;;s ,,,-,ouid otherwise have, under leiw OJ at cqUlry 22 Should any term 01' provision ()f this AGH...EEI\TE.t\'1 be held, to any extent, invalid or tmt;nforceable, as agamst an)-' pc:son, entity or ClIcumstancc during the telffi hereof. by force of an)' statute, l3.w, or ruli:lg of any forum of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shal~ not affe-ct JIl)' other term or provisiun of' this AGREEr\'1El\~T, to the extcnt that the AGRF:.F:'\'fENl s~all rt:main opel,"jbie. (':rSorceable and in full force arld effect to the extent pcrmilt-:d by ]<I,y ., faibres or ',v:.ivers to insist on strict pelfo~m::mce o~ 2.r:y c(wcna:1!, conein!.;):!, or ~lra'\'is)On oi tins AGREE1\.TENT by the pan-ic5 shall not be deemed a \Y3i'v'Cl of 3ny of ilS rights 01 remedies, nor sn::.ll it rCl1:.'ve the othel part)' from p::rfiuming any subsequent obl1:;ations smetly in accordrrIlce \vith the [eTms of this AGREE~IENI No walver .shall be effective unless in '.vtiring and sif,'l1ec: by the party l!gainst whom cnforcem~nt is sought Su;;:n v,'niv2f sl:all be lunited to provisions of thi;; AGREE]\.fENT specifi(:3Hy referrcd to therein and shJl) not be deemed a w:iive;- of any o:.he1 Plovlsion No "\"aJ\'t:[ shall COllstmne a continumg "'\'i'Olive,' wiles:; the writing states othe!v,ise 24 Any dispute :l.rising under this AGfU::E!\1E\'T \-vnlCh canno: be r::J.diJy resolved sha1l be ~;~;brni!ted jointly to the signatories oT thIS AC";-REEJ\lENl with cach pany ag:rc::::lng to seek in good faith to Tcsoht the issue through negotiation or other fonns afnon-binding alternative dispute resolution mutually acceptabk to the p,u1ics A joint decisiun of the signatoIi:;;s, or their designees, sbal1 be the disposition of stich dispute 25 This AGREEi\1ENT stales the entire understanding and 3.s'Teement betv:ccn the parties and supersedes any ~nd all -.,.vntten or oral representations, statements, negotiations, or agreements previously existing between thv parties \\lth respect to the subject TtL1.tter of this AGREEI\fENT 26 .\11)' inconsistency in tills AGREEI\'{ENT shall be resolved by gi...ing precedence in the follo',.\;ng order: Agreement No 4600000627, Page 4 of 5 i\srn :'h. -i (~;3 ~ CJ" ;~ 1~1 :::-:;. 9 uf ='.<:; (oj Tenns and Conditions ontlined in preceding paragraphs 1 - 24 (b) Exhibit "A" Statement of Work (c) aU other exhibits, attachments and documents specillcally incorporaled herein by rcft..'TLTIcc IN WII~SS WHEREOF. the parlio, or tho;r duly authorized represematives hereby exeente this AGREEMENT on the date rust WIitten above SOUTH FLORlDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT I "Ii. J BY', f { ^ _~JJ#.llUttuipn<b-..f.-- ttanl Hayden. D]re~M'of~tlOcurement ~ SFWMD P~~URE~~ENT APPROVED <-_ ' l '. I ~ ' By ~.~~/ ...fX'-)\J'\}! ,r? ..-\ ~., Dale -') . ).\ s.\ /V"'7- COLLILR COUNTY BOARD OF CO(;)';TY COMlVIISSJO:'iERS COLL/LR COUI\ 1 Y, FLORIDA By: Boald OfCOUllly Commissionels James Colella, Chairman A.TTEST DV\-"jght E Brock, Clerl: By: ___ Depmy Ckrk ::pro~:;r;2~~z:~c:ncY Assistant County Attorney Agreement 460000062 7, Page 5 of 5 (': [-l",:J..':;) --:, .;; - F,,' EXHIBIT "A" STATEMENT OF WORK COLLIER COt:NTY GA TEW A Y TRIANGLE STORMW ATER IMPROVEMENTS PHASE I CONSTRUCTION A. INTRODUCTION In 2006, the South Florida Water Management District (District) received funding from the Florida State Legislature via SA 1821 for watershed restoration projects under the Naples Bay Initiative Within the Naples Bay Initiative are seveJal projects addressing important water restoration and management issues in Collier County The goals of the Initiative arc to: . Construct stormwater tJeatmcnt stnJctures/facilities that improve polluted runoff, Reduce the amount of freshwater entering the Bay and, ultimately, Restore sea grasses, oyster reefS, a:-ld r:!13TIb"10VeS in the Bey There: arc three locations \vitl'jn the Napi'2s Dav \vaicrsned that \vould greatly hen'.:!it from inCIeased \vatersned lesLoratlon and Improved storll1WateT ma.nagement: . Gordon River Basin. . Gateway Triangle, zmd . Lely !".J en rhis scoj.;e addresses the Gateway Iri~lllgle 5Lo:-n1water managenlent ~;/s1em The Gateway Triangle is a highly urbanized rcsidentiaiicommelcial aJea adjacent to Naples Bay T'1c existing st01nnvateT management facility is oldl inadcquatcl and unable to provide relief from urban flooding Uncontrolled/untleated stOlmwater tunoifc011tinllCS to cany heavy loads ofpolllltants directly into J\aples Bay In 2001, the District anu Conier County spor:sorcd a stolIl1Watel retrofit project involvirlg the installation of an outlet contlol and backrlow prevention valves, but much mOl e necds to be done B. OBJECTIVES The pm pose of this plOject is to attel1l,ate nooding by reducing flows and dm3110ns of water events in the Gateway Triangle ~"uea while improving water quality oflUnoffultimately discharged to Naples B2Y C. SCOPE OF V,JORK The project area is a trianglllaJ area generally bOlmded bv Davis Boulevard (SR 84) to the nanh, Tamiami TJail (US 41) to the south, and Airport-hilling Road to the east in Naples, Florida The stormwater system improvements involve the westem portion of the Gateway Trianglc mea mId extend east to Shadowlawn Drive The CaLmly shall conSlluct Phase r of the project to improve surface drainage and provide stOtmwatcr treaIment in accordance with the permitted plans and Page 1 of 4, Agreement 4600000627 :::;:r: :~D. ~,s -"...Ii ','\ :2CL;"'7 2"1 c/2J specifications The storID'Nater system consists of a storm water collection system, detention pond, force main and pump station to accomplish the objectives by retrofitting thc existing stOlmwater facilities, where installed Phase I ofthe construction includes construction of the detention pond, sheet piling, box culvert and force main to Linwood Avenue, and stormwatcr force main discharges to gravity discharges at Palm Street and Brookside Drive D. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE Project I\'Iana!!ement The County shall be responsible for thc satisfactory completion ofthc project as described herein and may retain a consultant to provide the professional services needed to completc the design, plmls, speci fications, permits, constlUction bidding and constmction oversight The County is responsible for project management, budget management and quality control The County is responsible for reviewing and approving deliverables from the consultant to ensure that the project objectives me met Task 1: Construction Biddin2 Task 1 includes completion of the construction hiddil1g process needed through issuance oitbe .\!otice-to-Pmceed with construction Task 1 consists o'thc following activities, as required . Bidding . Advertising/Distribution of Bid Specifications . Did Specification Addendums, as requircd . Bid Opening . Bid Technical/Commercial Review . Selection of Conlractm(s) . Authorization of Contractor(s) . Insurance RequirelnSl1ts . Issuance of Notice-to-PlOcecd with Construction Deliverable: Notice-lo-Proceed with Construction Task 2: Construction Task 2 inchtdcs construction, engineering o'\'crsight, and pIOjcct management of the constluction activities as identificd below, as required . Construction oIPhase I of the Gi1teway Triangle Stormwatcr j'ylanagemcnt System Improvements in accordance with applOved plans, specifications and permit requirements . Othcr eonshuclion activities that are directly and appropriately associatcd with achieving the project objectives OJ completing the project scopc including public outreach . Engineering Oversight and Project Management . Addcndums or revisions to design pbns and specifications Page 2 of 4, Agreement 4600000627 f" _ ,:'._U" ::If ~4 . Site Visits . Inspection and Testing · Construction Observation . Final Certification Deliverables: Notice to- PlOceed, Copy of the 50% Completion Certification and the Construction Substantia] Completion Certification Page 3 of 4, Agreement 4600000627 I~ern 1-10. ID3 ^! U ~()~!7 23 c;f 24 EXHIBIT "B" PAYMENT AND DELIVERABLES SCHEDULE This is a cost-share project with funding coming from the District and Collier County. The project is expected to cost approximately $4 5 million The District's share will be $800,000 Collier County's share will be the balance . A summary deliverable schedule associated with this plOject is set fOlth helow . All deliverables suhmitted hereunder are subject to review by the DistJict Acceptahility of all wOlk will be based on the judgment of the District that the work is technically credible, accurate, pr ecise and timely If the total consideration fat this AGREEMENT is subject to multi-year funding allocations, funding ibr each appJicahle fiscal year of this AGREEMENI will be subject to Governing BOal d budgetary appropriation In the event the DISTRICT does not approve funding for any subsequent fiscal year, this AGREEMENT shall terminate upon expenditure of tbe current funding, not'Nithstanding other plOvisiol1s in this AGREEME"I r to the contrary 2 months 112 months Task 1. Notice to Proceed Task 2. 50% Completion Certification Total SFWMDIBCB Share j S800,000 * All dates are referenced !lom the date of execution of this pwchase oder and alC estimated ** The District shall only he obligatcd to pay fOl documented actual expenditures within the not- to-exceed amounts specified above In no event shall the District's total obligation exceed $800,000 as specified above The County is lesponsible for any additional flmds eithel thlOUgh local rcvcnuesl gIants, other appropriations, and/o.r othe: funding sources Page 4 of 4, Agreement 4600000627 ---~ .." - -:.~~: '-',! . C'.) ::' jl=i~ ::: - (1' ~~l -:u ~ ~- ~i :j "? ~ ,;) ..., 2 ~ ~ '-< on ~ on t: 2 ~, .'" >2 '-< E '" ~, w "' '" CJ -< IJ). 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I:srn f"Jo, 10',: 'iO,2C1Ci7 i of 50 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to adopt a superseding resolution authorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests, Temporary Construction Easements and Perpetual, Non-Exclusive Aceess, Drainage and Maintenance Easement interests necessary for the construction of Phase 1 B South of the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project (LASIP). (Capital Improvement Element No. 291, Project No. 511(12). Estimated fiscal impact: $960.000.00 OBJECTIVE: To adopt a supcrseding resolution authorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests, temporary construction easements and perpetual non-exclusive access, drainage and maintenance easements interests necessary to COlTect the proposed use of the parcels identified as Phase I B South and located in the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project (LASIP) (Project No. 511012) which were attached to Resolution No. 2006-285. CONSIDERATIONS: On October 24. 2006. the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, adopted Resolution No. 2006-285, finding puhlic purpose and necessity and authorizing the condemnation of fee simple title interests and/or thosc perpetual or temporary easement interests required for the construction of the LASII' Phases 1 B ;\!orth and I B South. Concurrency requires that the LASlP pn'jccl move forward in two phases separately. ]n order to complete the LAS]P project, thc use of parcels designated as LASI P Phase 1 B South whieh were included and attached to Resolut ion !\io. 2006-285 must bc amcndcd. This Condemnation - Rcsolution will supersede only the' pared; attached (0 this resolution and designated as 1 B South. all other parcels shall remain unchanged. Prcviously described as drainagc easements, it has been detennincd that Jour of these parcels should he acquired in fec simple and twelve of these parcels should be acquired as perpetual. non-exclusive access. drainage and maintenance easements. Some of the owners of the subjeel propelties ohjected to the County's plans to construct a maintenance road adjacent to the proposed canal with the proposed drainage eascments on thcir propelties. They also raised objections to the uses of the casemenls during construction. Some of the owners also raised conCCl11S ahout the unauthorized use of the malntcnance mads alter thc comp1etiOl' of construction. To prevent the unauthorized use 01. the maintenance roads along the canals. staff has detcnnincd that it may be necessmy to install fencing all along the mainknanec road. The pmposed fencing. however. ""ill effectively deny the cKljacent propenies all beneficial use (Of that part (Of the propcliy on the other side of the fence. and w(Ould thus constitute much harsher taking than that of a mere drainage easement. Therefore it was decided to acquire the hlll fee simple interest in these jour parcels. giving the County the right to prevent the unauthorized access problem hy ins(;llling the fencing. and limit the County's liabiiil)' "'om inverse condemnation c1ain1'.. For similar reasons, the County is acquiring a perpetuaL nOll-cxc]usi,'e access, drainage and maintenance easement from twelve parcels previously estahlished as drainage easements. For those propelties the County will construct a maintenance road. ,.- '1S'i"ti r~C, i Ci: /\:~,:i! 10 2CJC;7 =: c)f 5C': The validity of the facts, 1Indings and conclusions presented in the attached project memorandum dated April 11, 2006, from Daniel W. Brundage, P.E., a plincipal with the finll of Agnoli. Barbcr and Brundagc, Inc., the consultant engineering 1Inll designing and permitting the LASIP project. as well as those prescnted in the mcmorandum from Transportation Administrator. Nonnan Feder, to County Manager. James Mudd. remains unchanged. FISCAL IMPACT: Should condcmnation of all of the parcels described in the Condcmnation Resolution become necessary, thc total cost could approach $960.000. This would include not only thc value of the land and! or easements, but the attonlcy and expeli witness fees for which the county is responsible under Sections 73.091 and 73.092, F.S. Funds in the amount of $1,838,000 werc previously allocated to the Lely Area StOnllwater Improvement Project, Project No. 511 OJ 2 in Funds 301 and 325. Switching from drainage easements to the taking of the propeliy in fee simple added $25.500 to the previous estimate of the cost of land and easement acquisition; howcver the ultimate decrease in necessary funds is becausc the projcct has been split into the two phases and scvcral parcels have already been acquired. Source of funds is Ad Valorem taxes. GRO\VTH MA!\AGEME!\T IMPACT: This recommcndation is consistent with the County's Gro\\th Management Plan. RECOMME'\DA TlO'\: That the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County. Florida: -''''-'' 1. Adopt thc attached Resolution authorizing the condemnati()}1 of the parcels described 111 Exhibit "A" attached thcreto. and authorize lhc Chainnan to exccute same on bchalf of the Board: Direct the County 'vIanager or his designee to complete all tasks required to acquire the necessary parcels; and 3. Approve any budget amendments necessaJ"y to implemcnt the collectlvc will of the Board. , Prcpared I1\': Lorraine Lantz. ROW Coordinator. TECM Attachments: I. Superseding Condemnation Resolution with Exhibit "A" 1 Memorandum dated April 11.2006 from Daniel W. Brundage to .Jerry Kurtz 3. Memorandum cbkd ,A.pril 3. 20(l(1 from ~orl11an Fecier to .Limes f\1udd -.. ',;)11:1(' COLLIER COU!'>TY _, ;;:':L ",u;,-', ~::!I;';: ':':3,:):;' r~" Item Number: Item Summary: ",--';,,",, c,r,,~"rm',a!lOI' G: I,"'f ",,-;;-;-],",,,1 ,~",(j ";'f' I:;', _)r~F ",~, jr"jr,...-;; ".ri,,'-, rlltCle'oL ': : rh" ':~. ". I' (: t'-; 11"L,)i'-.-- ,,,I,', p~,r' "'1[>" :k 'u"!~' :',j; __ ""'. ;1'" -io'" -""I'-;I,',liG' :I'()~, :W'; Sl '\'1" Meeting Date: 4,1: -iJ' 0(1)''' I'r<:parcd Il~ !..u'-'-"""'"L,'rn rn)rn :Ji \r~<" (;u(,l'UlnJtv r;~te 1'~nsp{)na:,rlTl S', VI~GC, E<T PDW Tl~120a- 0,001: PI~ Approved H) l-hrm;:C, '-'coer I'.I,~P 1 r"nt;I-'''~ttiliurl l-"',.',O' un J-..tJrni"'51,',;I(>r [;;,(" ;'"n:-onm:~t'(>r. 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WHEREAS. the Board of County Commissioners dl'sircs to improve the treutmcnl and control of stonnwatcr in the East Naples :\n.:u in order to alleviate nooding: and WHEREAS. the Lely Area Stonnwater Impro'"ement Project consists of improvements to an existing draina~c syslt'm for an ] 1.1 ()O a..::rc plus tlf minus area located in East \Iaples: and WHEREAS. the drainage impn1\'ements as pan or the LeI) Area Stormvvaler Improvement I'ro.ieCl include the widcnin;; <lnJ deepening (1j" existing carjab and dit:::bcs. consLrucling new ca:l<11.s. cU)ls:rucring [)('\\ sLlrf;~('~' \\';i1l'r -.:unln\l ';trul',~E'~':; ~w(.'i"s). in'.pnnin); existing Sllrr~lC;: \'''Jl~r ;:i'ntro] ::,n;.::lur'.:'s. l'W~":':-\l'.:~i'l; ':;1:-~:,td..::- LIke:; ilnc k.'m~s. ;:'~\lJ_';lrf.;.::liTl~ :l lillle ruel: a~'~'::s:: ro:d and lT~:<:~l~::l; :"2n':1ll':; ~~: :k' C(i\~I'T:' '; ~':.<~.~::ii'r._ ;:!l~! ::tlt:s\ru.:tinr J pump ,~:~IT)('n: :m:l \\-]r!.r~ .'\.'-; ih:.: ,__ _'\;'':~l .',\(';T11\'.~lL:; im:;r(",'~:m~:l1t IJr,)i'~'':lICIF ;'~''J_ 2ii I j, lL al'::()rj:lrH':~ with hoth th:.' Capital im;~Tll\'::m:..:nt L--J(;":ll:.:n~ :~;ld j);air~:l~:: Su!-'-ei~r1l:::nl C<- t:l~ Ci-ro\\':1-1 I,bn:!~:::n;::r. PI:tn: '-me. \\'jll.:nF: \S, lnl' r<.::J :':::\alc jllt'crests !1C,~t:"s~n for Cl1!,sl:'uctiul1 of the PTOf'Y';::: Irn!~r'I\:::l1::"flL:: :iIe L'cdL::::tIYO::!Y rcpr:.:::cnl".j (1:,' th',: l'':l'::d u('sc;ipticJ:1s c(1jnrri':1l1~ E:-:hibit \ J1t:l:h',:'o h';.'~'::w c:ncl !lK(1rr)~l;-d;':'(: hcr'~'ll,: :mc v:;-r::ri:>\~:. ~;:(~'i (:C1:~:-;i.j:':L\ti,):l '1: ~l,(: ~l\'all'-lb;;i(> of dl('m,'!l~' roU\.e'; ~mJ Ic~:,:liun::i, lk c-: s~s cr :':'(':'.'~': ,J;l.:.:r:lal:, ~:-;, \-:;:';IU~ :n :~;jct:: U;W[J l;-I~' c1lIw,:r:-n:'::IL [(r1:': ~J:;~~ ;;';:lI::-,E\l- :;;1:"'j'; :~::ci 1',1'>-.1:_, \:-;.':iJ~'L:.:.:jCl:l~'- ,I,,, ,> a!"c: d~'::,r::~ L' I.'::c~~":;c ;-,~ ~t ~0 :':Oll(i~'ll~n !fJ(: ?r',-Ter.\ l(lT; '.1:'1'(, ;l',!~[".";('~ 'JC" \~'. 'I": 1:.! :.:.~' \ ; ;'f LSr \1 \'~;:' ]'\' i I li ~;(L\!.'j) "C_);":,;"-,, Jvj :\'l:~: S I( )''<1:_:: ~~ L ;' ~'- '. 'II, .,~ I,T~1 Ii !l:: j,,~,:.:;:; J::"~':::I:il1::::! r-,' !' ,L:-:~ th:lL It h :L:':':~';.';"I: ,::id in itl'_' pli' ii:.:',; r::.::;! i!il'~'r~'st I' t:;~ m-',',x:"'!\' ~~'I;('I ;').:-..:. m ::':':11: DII . ~', : tb~' "FrOr~T~ ": C~,~ th.:: !,UI1'1(l'-;:;' (11' ~'{ln'~,ructl;l~ 1:'11: im;--rr.'\'::mc'ms p:'ur'~'~~'c! :::~, ra.;;, d the LeI: ,'\rea ~h1nm\-alCr Imrw\'cn;::nt Pr(\.i~ct ]uc~l1cd in I~,asl N'-lpl::s. and t~,lr pre>\ iciing access 10 tb~ impn)\'~m':r.ts. i?l oro'.::! l~\ protc:Cl t!K health. s'-lf:..:ty una wclfar:: ()f the ci:jn:ns of Collicr County. >: r_ "I: ')'j','7 ,,"["\ ,)1.'_' t:::;;y: 1'00. 'i()C 10,2(t(;1 5 of 50 AND IT IS Fl'RTHER RESOLVED that acquisition of the Property and construction upon the Property is part or the County's long range planning effort to alleviate flooding in the East Naples area. AND IT IS FCRTHER RESOL YED that the Board has reviewed the staff reports concerning alternative locations for the project various impacts to the environment. public safety and Vo,'elfare considerations associated with the design and construction of the project, and the costs associated with the design, property rights acquisition, and construction of the project; and the Board finds that after consideration of these issues, the most feasible location for construction of the proposed improvements is collectively represented by the legal descriptions comprising Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein. AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the real estate interests described in Exhibit "A" attached herein and incorporated herein are necessary for the cons~ructilln of the Lcly Area Stormwat::r 111~p[(l\'cmcnl p[l1.i~'ct. A~~D n lS FlnZT1-!U~ RESOLVeD ,h3.1 alj of the l'r(lP~!1y shall be pU: to publ1c purposes. /\.>':U IT 1S Ft~IC-j-nY r"r.so~ \'ED t],8t t[l(, Count::- slaff is h:-n:by authorized to immediately cKquire by ;;itl. ;mrchasC' ur condcmnnlion. in accordance \,,'jlh the prcn.isiom: of Ciupters 7? 7-1 and 17..7. FI()rida SrunnL's, the (ib(1i'f.>rej~jf.:nccd real prcpC:1; interest:.: more particub;ly ucscrib::d :;L Exhir..;t "J\", ilt~(J::hed h'.:rcto :me incurv~r:1tl:d herl'in. .'\:~D IT IS }-l.T.IH~R RFSOI XED that nll mubij;: hom;:s arC' locCltd on the Property and tJ1cr<:.'fcre::l >yill n01 be ncce::,o.ry 10 remove any m~\bik homes n.01Tl ;he: PropCrl; \Co rc acquired. This RcsdmioD. ad(lpt~.(; on this U~lY of . 20(J!. aTIer motion. S::;;:O:1':: and m,~iorit; VOl::: S~Il"ers::J~~. ;:nd ~tp]a(;:(,5 R-::::sc.\ution Nu 20(j(l-2tS. .\.r':'!~S-l': D\VjG:IT E. BR()Ci~. Clerk B()I,Yl) OF CCn_~\TT\' CO\1\1!SSjOt\~:T:'S 01- COUJER CCk'NTY. 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SEC. 22, 1iNP. 50S, RGE. 26~/ SKETCH OF DESCRIPTION '\OT A SURVEY PROJECT' PARCEl F OLl 0 00 <1"\ '35"2. 0008. 5ilOl;.. ~-: - 809 / S 89Q3S'~C" E 3JG.00' EXHIBIT A Page .5 01..;:21. .( I. '" ~ I~ 'b 0 M tEl "' ' ~/ en i ::J.:'.5. ~\ 2S"2,E;'". 2" \',' 30~).Ou' l~ " i ~; ,., ; '" 0, ~ '" r/) :::.,?:==~ ';'::';,~,J -~,). ;:":",:::'=:=.'-- ::..'::... .. 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't 1 ,,1. , '0 g I~ ~ i~ N 89"38'10" W 300.00' PARCEL 8~ T.A.X PARCEL 52 "I ...., ---16'0' :_-__ . - --'Se;T":!.B'~8-'~'--~-~-36C6ci'------~--- PROJECT 5JIOI~ PARCEL _ .~" 800 FOLIO 00 4,,\ ~ 2.8 oooS' "',1 I...." EXHIBIT A Page 0 of....2L ~, wi bib r>1:::> :.?i6 ,...~ Il.() ~i~ 11\ :1\ I~ I 1,[ .', PERPETUAL, NO!>!-EXQ.US!VE A.Xi:SS, DRAINAGE NCJ MAINTENANCE :P.s:M9ff LEGAL DESCRIPTlm~ Item [,1(;. 1 C:; -' [I, :':DG7 :1g8 'I cA :)'~, THE Vv'EST Gr, FEi::T OF THE F:)~LO\NING DESCRIBED PARCEL: CCJ!,,1fv1ENCE f.",T TH= N:JRTH\V=:ST CORNER OF SECTIOt-..: 32, TOW~JSHIP 50 S:)UTH, RAt-IG!:: 25 c.l\ST, CO:..L1ER COUNTY, FLOP-IDA; TH:::NCE S 02"48'30" v: ALOr'-lG THE WEST Llt.J::: Q;:: SAID SECTION 32 450.00 F:::ET TO THE po'~n 0;: 8EGl1>JNIUG : TriEr-JCE COt>JTlr,J'JS': S 02"':::8'38" V,,f 150.00 F:=.::::T: THENCE S 89~38'1C" E 300.00 F:=ET; THEtJCE N 02"4[3'3']'" E 150,OC' r::.c"T'; Tr-:sr>.lC:=. N 8g~3e'10" \(\'300.DO' TO THE P:)I~T or:: 8E(';IWJlf~,3 .':i!I( j GENERAL NOTES 1) r,o.C. r POIN, OF COMM::NC::M::r-.1T 2) 0.0.8, '" POINT OF BEOINNING 3) S::C. '" SECTION 4) TWP, '" TOWNSHIP 5) RGE, = RANGE 6) RNJ '" RIGHT OF WAY 7} ALL DISTANCES ARE IN FEET AND DECIMALS THEREOF B) NO, VAllO UNLESS SIGNED AND SEALED WITH THE EMBOSSED SEAL OF A PROFESSION!\L LAND SURVEYOR '-"''''', \ IOC'~OTTO SCALE I JUNE 8. 2000 ....,'<::c..<oi.J<:> DATE P;:';'i::PA.K.t=.D 8\': ,/ ......, / t::'7 d!:'/lj ,1../ ~~~~~7/-i?<-:'~~~_{L!.:L~~____. GEORGER.RICHMOND PLS, 2406 COLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS 3301 E. TMviLt..!-iWr:RA1C N/\PLES, FLORIDA" 34112 rU:;MJ. GWY817 SHEET 1 OF 1 il :enl I ': :i: PUBLIC WORKS ENGTh.'EERING DEPARTMENT ! 'i~' d ~;:!g :J) ~, 3301 EAST TAMlAMI TRAlL NAPLES, FLORIDA 34112 (Q41) 774-8192 SKETCH OF DESCRIPTION NOT A SlJRVEY PROJECT 5!IOJ2. PARCEL_ 810 FOLIO 00-4<131.4000 I P.O.B. NW COR. SEC. 32. TWP. 50S, RGE. 26E ,// / /// S S9~3B'~ 0" ::: 2<YJ.OO' ,/ I " " ~ oi ~ r- EXHIBIT !\ Page-L of.3L M " ~ N " ! F.O.a. I I I N 8gZ3B'flYW-3'Jl'.08' ---l , Wi 3: ....... 0, :') ~, " o::!" ~, N " P,L,RC=:L 3:::: -:... \ ?,.c...~C=~ 61 o ~:o-- f0i:S ,"' ~ N ::... :: ,J: -_..__,t":t: -~-- -r. i;~,-~.~,r. PCRPETUAL, NQI.;-EJ(WJSNE AJ:J:J3S, DRAINAGE AND MAlr-ITENANCE EASEMENT L:=GAL D:=SCR!?TION Th::: V.'!:,:=;-- ~~') ~=:.::-,. :';~ 'I-i~ f~:.),-_~J)\\'::J'':' ~~;:::':,'::2:t::::;D PARC:::L..: ~ ;~'~; k~~:~ g3 ,j;;;:~ ~ ~.:~J~~~.~.":\~.~~,~~~ ~<c7~~.;~~,~,~,~:;~ I;t~~' ~I~~"'>'~:~; L~;:~ ~ ~'.~'-~~,:.i~ ~'~~I~;~ ~~~~;"', ,;'r"::.CIC i="==T T':' 7",E. ;::>'':''It,j- 0= :;':::,:::;:r'JI\'H,f?, T:"':=!J::::: ::::lN71),'~_'::.:; O:::",:jT::,Q" '/.' .~C' (le'l ;::::::::::T; ,H:::I'JC:: .:; 3S~2S',(," :: ~/jG::I:_" ;::E::::~ "'"I--',~!'-J~C: I~ D2'..jC";:.,y' ~ 15~',UC' ~EE""-: -~-!::I;::::: ~~ Ct:'<:;c''',:_:'' \": ;:"'00.00' T: -HE PJIt<i :';: ~=:::;I~~:r:!G G~r\)=RA.L NOT=S ,F'.:::;,::. '" POlt;T OF CD:,'II'.El~:EI-i:El,T Z" P.:,.5. '" POir;--;- c;:- 8:::G!N!~I~m 3:; SE'::: '"' SE:T~Q~~ ~~,::~';:::_::0 8-' 8) NOTVAllD UNLESS SIm-lED AND SEALED WiTH THE EMBOSSED SEAL OF A PROF;:::SSIONAL LAND SURV=YOR /':~ ._,,;'~;~~''/: ~~~~ i~~{ ~r/ 'I ~ (0 -_~.""'___~_~."-_..____'___~_____.._._~____.____n______ Cf:::ORG:::-R. RICHr:,10,ND.P:L.S. 2486 COLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC: WORKS 3301 E, T..c.,MIAI\11 TRAIL t~APL~S, F!DRID;\ 3~~-:2 I 4) T\'JF. <= TO'NNSHiP 15) RGE. . PANGE ~;:~:I ;!~~.~~~: ,~qA:!t,! FEET AN:) C'EC!~.~i\LS T~ERE:)F )'n."",, !"O_M I hJOT TO SC:ALE L/,,<::' " I _"" ~ i :.. JUNE 8. 2000 GVVY616 SHEET 1 OF 1 I:::::: "~ .. . u. ::;21gE. 12. :JU PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 3301 EAST TAMlAMI TRAIL NAPLES, FLORIDA 34112 (941) 774.8192 SKETCH OF DESCRIPTION NOT A SURVEY P.O.B. NW COR. SEC. 32, TWP. 50S, RGE. 26E / / PROJECT .sIlDIZ PARCEL . 8/ z.. fOLIO Do"l4~7Z.000Z. ,/-/ ?; 1$ . ~o o "' '" - in .. N' O? P.O.B. ] i ~ 1 .....1 o!g , C') . ~ I? N u:;i ~- 60' i__ " S 89'36'10' E 300.00' EXHIBIT -A- Page...b- of~ r-.J 89"38'1 O~ W ~1 "'I" '" '" ~i6 Nl~ ~, ~i , ~\ 1\ "I , ~ :" :li ~, 300.00' PARCEL 812- TAX PARCEL 63 ~~~S1TTJS'Tli~-~-~-'---:Tc'C;~so;-----~' P::R.Pt:1UAL. N~a..!JS!VE /lIXESS, DRAINAGE AW:) MAINTENANCE E/>SEMa-.'T LEGAL DESCRIPTION THE \VEST GO F~r::T OF THE FOLLOV-I1NG VESCRIBED PARCEL: CJi\H\'JEI~':'= ,r..., T THe: t'E)r:TH\V:::ST CORf'>i::R OF' S:::CTIJN 32. TC)V/t~SHIP 5D SDUTH, R.b,HG::: 26 E/",ST, C:CLL!::.P :'::Oi...rrny, FLO;::ll':,n,; THE=N::= S O::?~4S-(:C" IN ~\LONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTIOIJ 32 '1 ~'iO.()O FEE"':" TO THE P:JIr.JT 0:: !3:::GII\jNH~G ; THENCE cor'-iTlr'JL!E S 02~4B'30" \lV 150.00 F!::ET' THENC= S !300:",8'~(1" E 300.00 rEET; THENC::: ~~ C2'411'2'()" E 150.0C FE=:T; TH=NC::. N 89~38-10" W 3DO.00- ,0 THE ~':::>II';T OF St:3INtJINS ' " !'.,- . GEN=:RI>.L NOES ~) r.c.c, =:: POiNT O::-CGMM=:IJGEM1:NT 2) P.O.B, '" POINT OF 5EGINNlt-iG 3) SEC. "" SECTION 4}llA'p.", TOWNSHIP 5) RGE. "" RANGE 6) RJI,"J "" RI~HT OF WAY PEE PARED BY: /'" .~/',/' /' //-1 ;;;; ;;;Z-=-.;LL&':k~~.~ /C.~___._. / GEORGE H:RICHMONDPJ..S. 2406 COLLIER COUNTY. PUBLIC WORKS 3301 E. T AMIAMI TRAIL NAPLES, FLORIDA 34112 7) ALL D!STAN:::ES ARE IN rCIT At~:::: DEC1MAi..S TriEREOF JI'J\h~~ p' ,,"~~,.,") ,.. B) NOT VAllO UNLESS SIGNED AND SEALED WITH THE EMBOSSED SEAL OF A PRqFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR f'L;::N0. "'~OTTO SCA,-E I ;~~E 8. 2000 GVVY815 SHEET 1 OF 1 P;:;:JJ"CT NO. 511 G12 ?ROJ"CT PARC"L ~~O. SGl ccLlO NO. 50730040003 EXHiBiT ...1L PalJG_L of..J.L LEGAL DESCRIPTION & SKETCH (NOT A SUF1VEY) A PEr\Pt:iUAL, I~ON.t:XCLUSIVE, DRAIi~AGe cASeMENT, MORE PARTiCUc.L,RLY DESCr\IBED AS FOLLVIS: :r-.:: "//E.:S-; 2 c., ::::::::=1 1=,,= _OT -: : 3L':<><, ;'p.,," i.>'~TL= CD\/:: .':,Cr:\ES, ,.:c.CCG?,iJl~<(3 10 T~= ?~_':'.T 1~=R=OF, h:=CC'?JcD \!\j ?L.::'.T 800\< 3, P,;:'.GE 32: C:= T~c ?:,-':3~1,~ :=~=CO?DS 0;: COLL'~=;:; COU[-JT\', Fc.ORIJA Containing 16.515 Sq. }'eet mUTe or les~,. 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Memorandum To: James Mudd, County Manager From: Norman Feder, Administrator Transportation Services Division Date: April 3,2006 Subject: Condemnation Resolution for LASIP Phase 1 On May 9, 2006 the Board of Coumy Commissioners will consider the adoption of a Condemr:ation Resolution for L'1e propeny interests necessary to construct portions of the Leiy l..rea Storm water Improvement Pro.iect (LASIP). Tne property will pro\'ide the necessa:-y land io V'"JD.struct s cornprehens.ive st0r;:JW&ter outfall sys:em fo:.- 2.J'1 area of E2St N2:pks fOr!ner1y t::.nov,TI as ~later h1anagernent District #6 which has for yc&!"s cxpe:i~n8C',d an inc:'"casing ievel of drainage related problems, Obtaining a.ll neGessary LASIP State and Federal enviro:unental permits has ~een has been a very lO:lg and a;duous.. An Enviromncnt2J Resource Permit frot:] the S,-1uthi=lotida V/ater IVlal"lagement District was issued on October 13, 2004 authorizing :::onstJ'Uction and operation for phase one of the project and conceptual approval of all future phases lli"ld the remainder of the project. This phase one construction authorization e"pircs on October 14. 2009 per special condition number one, All phase one construction must be completed prior to this date. Conceptual approval for the remainder of the project :nust be renewed eVe:)' t'.:r,l0 years from date of iSSUili'1Ce (October 13, 2(04) hy suhmitt21 of a rermit modificz.tro:l ap;:rIication requesting CO:1struction authoriz8.tio~ of the ne':l phz.s~. An .-\m:y CGipS of Er.gineers permit \l~'a~ issued for tile- entire prJject on Jdy 25. :OC5. Cj~hLS is 2: c':Jns:'-ucticE"l aU:~lGri::~,:t;,C1r: fo~' the entire p,oje:t v/~j~h ~~~pir~s on j'..:lY 25, 2J15. \;';hth t..~es::; twO c:-i:icd pc::-:nits n:)\;' CCHJ.srfUcnon plar...:"1ing is v/dl und~rw2Y with commencement of 3 poniorJ 'Jf phf::se. u!]e Ci)r:srruction followi;-!g the 2006 rainy s~aso!J.. Right of W2=,' (ez-sement) 3c.~~isitjGn is ess.ei1tial t::-, c,;:;:m;JteLc ph2S~:i Ca:18:''"lJC~10:: ~)f UES p:-8ject v/i.thin L'1C regulstc:-y p~:7r:jt ti:neliDes. lne foIiov.ring se~ti0!~s of Ll.~SIP ~e 2::Ei:;jpa~ed Lc c>:::rrn.__r:1ence, ecra.struc:i'JD uIis year. Tb~-::' u;e pe:.:r...itted v'::h ~1I ne:e3S3.iY c:::;-.:me:::s E~q:u~;:'"e(~. The deepe::.ing E:.'1d wde:1ing ()f a p:;rtion of approxirr.ate~y 5.20U feet 0: th~ ~,:jsting Leiy Bn::..~"1ch C&-;.al from Ra:tiesna.ke Hc:.:nmock Road north lO the sou-::heast caITlt.'!" of the l-:ings Lake C:1mITIunity. Improvements to this section of canal will be cornpleted in tW0 phases. Page I of3 :\3."1 1,<(\ ~ fJ- ',"-, ::'Jf ::;.~ o Restoration of 109 acres of property purchased adjacent to Collier Boulevard, located immediately north of the Naples Lakes Development, as required mitigation by the South Florida Water Management District and the Army Corps of Engineers. This work will proceed in phases. The first phase will include hand removal of all exotic vegetation in select areas. Subsequent phases will include mechanical clearing of exotics in other more heavily impacted areas followed by replanting with native species. An annual maintenance and monitoring program will also commence for a minimum of five years. A small passive park with a mulched trail and wildlife observation deck is also planned. 3. Construction of LASIP components associated with the Rattlesnake Hammock Road Improvement Project. This includes installation of approximately 3,500 feet of box culvert which will convey offsite stormwater flows to the west and south. 4. Construction of LASIP components associated with the four Janing of County Barn Road. Tnis includes approximately 6,600 feet of box culvert and 4,300 feet of open ditch LASIP elements planned 1.0 comrnence construction in 2007 and 2008 that are permitted but reqnire: e.fisemen!:s and are: 1. Tne de~p~i::lg a'l:d widening cf appjo)~Imatety 1,900 feet 0: the Ldy 1\,1:.i;-: Ca.::al fro::l Llce Dor..!-i: side of US 41 to the sc>utL s!de of Rar:.les:--,;ake H;::'-:1.mod.: LDrd. ~ _. CO!lSc-uc:iar; G[th~' Tre\Tis:J 3;;;y (AI~_./I.. V/entv./or'd1 Es:ates) ~,~~y Ivianm. Ez.s:t OutfcLl Car..el, c:~;;roximate!y 7~ 1 OJ feet in length. This includes 2 seven (7) z..::e s~read~ late 13::ated at tb~ dO"y,,"ns.tre:an-J (southe:-n) e~d of th~ proje::::t and a st::1fT7Iv,.a:ec pumping stmior: loGatt"-cI 2..t 2.pprmjIT!c:tdy L"-Ie c2..t-:d's mjdp~}i!JL. TIle p;.l.mpil1g ~;:'3.t.iGn will liB sur-::'a::e: V:2.1C.r;:1l:.t of th~ canal and direc,t it inw 2 weUa.11d l:Jca::ed 0:1 Treviso 3c)" p~G~e!lY v,.ith &Ii u1ti::::z.te cis:ha:ge into R'JoI;:er:y' B2Y ~~atj:):1e.J ES:'larine Research R:::~~.~-:-.vC'. T:.'1e Treviso EST Deveb-pmcnt has (:,mnc,;t~e= to co~v~~y 10 CoE:er County c.!! LASIP ~2S;;me:J.is ne:esscry \vit..hin !beir proje:t 2Iea. The 7"etTI:::lni:1g c~ser:1ents nec:::.ssal)! to co:-~s::m.:;: the LeI)' I\1:anor East Ch.lt~t..u Can2.1 2rt~ :.II lc)cc:ted a~j3.cent to Trc-viso Bz;y D~;"'::3Joplr~crrt. C'J;::S'::ru:,:'~ior~ ::if =--"i,SfP ~:'; C'urTe::;~I::' ?I3:'le::; tel D~:::UI' i;: 2. t:--ta! G~- si;.: it) phases v:ith e2~~h ?~'1S:':;::'- i:-t8!tl::L~ng S::"ile:'2J elerl1::llts in Ct::re:-c:"lt Io.22.t.;:)f"..s du..:ir:g ~'~a.:~s 2Ci::lj t.,~r2-'.:g:~ 2(;J I. De;x::ldi~; Dr: rJ.:1js 2.v:::iI~.Dle L1:S v,.orL r::s.y rt.quir~J ~o b~ c:strib:Jte::I (n':;::- 2..;--; ad6:,:c[}z:l 2 t-J 3 y~z:.rs. 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L~J.:.. r:;--:_..f:;:;.::sior...a! ~rig:~:;l:::~::-.s, F~L;.:.i.l1ers. an:l L2.nd S~:-\.'cYJ:.~. :.. ~;~s me:n:)r'.l.."1::"..L.."7l S::.rrL.iTl:lr1ZeS :':1e ~2...::t'J:-E. :iece~~2...--Y t:J c.J:-.si,dcr z.PP:-C\.al of :he C~o:-;de!T.L.-:&.:io~ ResoIu:icn [:;If 3~quis:t!o~ of 2.11 ;:'2.rcels nesessa.I)' f:)[ consttu~tion of eJenle:1is 1 2.::'.IG 2 of the Page 2 of3 L-- Item :'~o. ~i 0: ,L,p:-ji 'I 20Ul ::'~.lQe of 5(' project's first phase. This memorandum contains vital information that the Board of County Commissionm must consider in adopting this Resolution. Thank you for your time and review of this vital infurmation. Attachments: (1) LASIP Construction Phasing Plan (2) Technical Memorandum from Daniel W. Bnmdage, P.E. Cc: ~FUeSl1012.01 L Page 3 00 l-l-?:TI 1\]0. 1 DC .....'. ~-/: !~. ; ,... G' o! ~i ...J' "', 0'1 "'( '" l!:; '" OJ, <:t r;") ~ ' ---:::'-~"':'~ ,~ N l/ (Ji , .....; I ,. u: I I i I I I " ~ " m .., p> c.... ~"'l ,-. .~, ,'" i;,,,: ;0". --"--~---~. 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'iCe /~..prii 1 CI :2CJC,! n S ..., '" " t " > ~ z !: o ..., ~ '" BIS:AYNE DR '1i " Rt.. T':'"LES~JAl'~E HAM'...~:)CK RO (.~~ .::..- ,~ ~., -~ , WARWICt< HILLS ~H C6 '~- O.AKLAND HILLS :)R -, ~. 3G;. ~N/ LcVei'..c: Pt;r:;(;li< ! Lt"l\ i:,'f<:rdl ~n.l (US 41 To I':IIliW Lc:kc) RIV~ of VC)' 1'--' Iu ;;.,1.....\/...."'.._..';;0.. I. ce.'].', ~-<." " I/~~ ~ LELY AREA STORMW A TER OOROVEMET PRo~;:;1i;;1) ___ TREVIS~_ BAY~.-:\ST_~ANAL !!~.!I!()~~~X_~CQUISITION MAP TREV":S,O B~:r " c:,~ .:,. c;.;j'" '- :~ D' ( ~,,~,. ...-----------~ :;.C!' -_._- ~,tA,NT;_:E:E LN ;>- ..,~ ~ ~ ~ <~ I. --,. '.:\.' '" "" "" "" ... - - .. .... '" '" I, I ' t I I I , , , , , ~.1f..;;"!-E ~ ~~ 1:;' ." -~....".. ," ;~" r." - C ;:,';";'~':.-~ ::.~>:i\':: :"C,~'7;,~'<~ M <> '" Q" '" '" '" "" ;-. ~ '" '" c c '" "" c '" .. ~ '" "' ::' Legeric _..__ Rit'::-~!iPa'"C':'::f,A:;u;!i~;;', o 1i?<ri/1l.C:; E..8)' ~a:c;'_::':.rlf.;: Rif.:",; :;:-;';;~fi,\ k::juid\.:l"~; LJ Mroolt. ":.,i'4QJ(I.....c:-oe:!!;.IC, PFi2i>ARE:D BY: _ c<:m&r' Co~r;:fY .. . : ror.::portatt:;}r:: Sc,-.~~€S Dnnsr:m Stomifvrniiti'f 1t~c:ncgemet'lt Dapzrtme::;t -XLf[~I- ~ ('" ~..:'.~D~};~~_L_~:-~ '::',:":1<.::; <CJ ~. cJ (Ie; .~,.r\.'.., '"; ~ ',''-' ::150 A G", rOl I L .Ii.:..'"-,,... ...1 f' [},6.RBER. & BFiJ.JNDAGE, INC EXHIBIT "e" Professional Engineers, Planners & Land Surveyors 7400 Tamiami Trail N., Suite 200. Naples. Florida 34108 9990 Coconut Rd.. Suite 103, Bonita Springs. FL 34135 Phone (239) 597-31 I 1 Phone: (239) 334-1173 Fax: (239) 566-2203 Fax: (239) 334-1 175 MEMOP~I\.NDUM Dace: To' .. From: Sd)\ie~:: -'.rrilll. :::Cl'J6 JC;T)' Kun:z. P.C. Dal1iel \\7. Brundage, P .E. Cor:der.1m:.t~orJ Res:::lu:i0:1 i:) :..:.-. ...,,' fot LASIP S y~:;t:;:;n On lYi:y 9. 2005, the Soard of County Commissjoners 'Nil! consider the adoption of a Cond~n:na~ion Resolution for th:- prop~rt:' i:1t:;:rests n:;:::-:~ss~ry to cor:~:jl!.:i, por~i0n5 arHle I..-e)y }'JC,s Storm'\ovat;;T Imprcwe:ne!l'~ ?;'"'oj;;:.;t (L::i~S~P). This memo~2Ildum cG::~a!;:;s "'1:2.: infanTIati::r: ~b:: rh:: 38ard OfC~;;.rDi)' Cc:r:.rriissione:-s must c:msid:::r in adc:;J:irtf~ t~,is resJ.lt..:.:io:1. The LASIP s)/stem 'iviIi p:-cvl;:ie~. C,JffiD:-che:tsi.....e SWITPv,.at::1" outi'aIl SY:~Lek. fa;- iU: area o:Ccast }\"3p~es rOl7:1~7:iy :';!10"\:,'!1 2S VJ=:.L:r h1::':I3".gcme:-i: Di~t;1Cl #6 \vhi:n has for :'e;:rs ~'Tr~:ien:eJ an in::;-~:::.s:~'g l~','-;:I c';,~ Q;:,"2~:1e.g~ ~::~:.:.~~d iJ;"i:__jbl::::r::~; L5, ;:-c'\\'t:: h2E ::Jj',::iriL'~': :::: tb::: 2":::':.':.. ".,~- , ..,~ :rr::;: of Ll.SIil :::,'JIlSis:~ of ~'.~':;~[~ . ; .1 =:) a:re::. L..'Jd CCr:E:,S:'~. of ~"V'<1 ~xb..t-.z.s::1~, l:ri~,v,-:l 2,;:: ::J:;: Tr"l., '-'-. . C2..':1<:.l 525::; tLCt~~ systC:T.". an.:: iF}';: Lc::, !"/2-!1,G: S2.s1n C-_\tJ:B) s)'~,::e:::. The Le'-!y C.zr;'::L 2r..si:: ci.s::h~~::f;~S into ,;:.;,-:. es~u2-int" C':"~:::'~;~2.j ;.:u'ne 21o~r ~:1~ ~G\.~:::(:<LS'2.: 'i','ate,v..<:::~, ne.2..," ::):..';\;2.,- L:.~y, ~- 1. n.e Leiy Iviano:- Ca..:12.1 dis,:r,;a:g::~ i:110 ~~! :.?SLuzri;-:e caast~~; 2::,:1':.: ,'::;a:- the' bead;,,'';:U'3I"2 0: &.::rdhill 3zy &.J-j~ e~r~:Ell.:J '\ :=?:c; ~._J::,:L~~.. Du.c LO the 13:i: of a eCHnp;-enerls.rve dT2i~;age oatfull system in th~ LASrP are<:! cOGtinaed dc\'cbpment oft.."1e area has irnpa::ted flood levels as '.veIl as water qu.dity. ~A.vailahle data K:\7599 Lei)' Outfoll Basin\Corresponoences\Memo\09-097Y05.MEM.do:: l-- itsm !'~o. '10":::: ; 0. 2007 5 of ~)O indicates that water quality is generally good at present but could be expected to deteriorate unless an improved water management outfall system for the area described as follows is developed. Lelv Canal Basin The existing Lely "Main" Canal flows from Rattlesnake Hammock Road south then west parallel to Rattlesnake Hammock Road, then south again and through the bridges at U.S. 41 and south until it discharges into an estuarine coastal zone along the intercoastal waterway near Dollar Bay. The flew capacity of the canal and structures in the Main upstre,nTI of the U.S. 41 bridges wilt be 1n~reased. At the d:YVI'T:SrreiL.il ciis::harge of the h1ain canrJ z. spreader laJ.:c with a cDntrol bem. elevation of 2.5 NGVD will be constru::tcd to elimir:au;, CUTTent over drainage, salt water im:rusio:1.. C,i-ld pro\~de a broader di5:..~bution o[fresh water instead ofth~ e]:.isting con~entrat~d paint discharge. Sou:h ofRz.ttlesnake Ha.1nmo::k Road a weir ~'ili be ~onsrructe.j at Doral Circle to .ais~ L'1C normal stage eIeyation to 4.0 to elimtn&.te cu."Tent over drtinage. Tne proposed pla...f1 \vi}! extend the h1:ain c2.;.'1aI s)'Stem u;1stream us.ing the stormW3.ter ma.'12:.gen1~nt systei:1 0 f tbe Roycl Vi ood Development. ,A... netv.'ork of srrla!ler canals. \.veirs z.nd sVlales. is prop:l1sed to provine appropriat~ :lood relief without ove, draining existing wetlal'lds. One ne\}~' canal sy;;tcn wiH he ei:tend.~d ITom the nc:-::heRS~ c:):T\er ofRoy~J V,,'ood to ser;:'e tb,e. norchez;:;t p:fr~jon of the !....eiy C~n5.1 S(:;z,ln are2. 'I"'tle c2.r~t;.1 ,;,'lll {:"i..-:::I'; Koyal V\'ooc ups:rearr: to the southe:7! eige of a we'dw..d arez. ne.ar Cope LE:.:: e;. Tr:I:;'.'e \veirs will be place:d in. ~'1is cz..n2.t t::3 m::rinu:.in \vater levels :n the v'e~Ia:1d ~~eas acid to ::aU5,e novils. to continu~ t.o p,;:,ss L'::Dur;h 2- his~o6c sloug.h Iy-:ng i:1 2. I}.):'L'tC2St V) S::HlL,;v,re.-st iire~tj.:m a:ross Cope L~'1.el Couttt'"y E.D&:: L~!d v\-b~a1::e:- ~oad to provjd~ lZ:.:~~J dis:r-itmIicm:Jf excc:::r~ flOW inl:', t.'J~ ?rop~s.ed ca,aL '\Vz.ter lev-::.!s i-::: tn::::sc swales v;,rill be :naint2.!ne:i b;' th~ C:Jv'T.t.S'...:"~a,"TI '\\'~~r 2:CI!.i;;:)1 eievatian.s. The weir $~ctu;.e.s h~v~ gales Li-tat ,~Bov" tcv~'cring \vate:- levels i2needed :1f~e7 or in p:-eparatIon fer a major SLorm event. Also an east to \vest :a.1'1aJ \viH collect pa:-t of the drainage from t'1e area along Sandy Lal1e. It will also provide a cross-bzsin connection !hat will normally be closed, but K:17599 Lely Outfall BasinICorrespondenceslMemol09-097Y05.MEM.doc ~) -'; I in special emergency situations can be opened to allow interconnection of the Lely Canal Basin and the Lely Manor Basin systems. A culvert and canal system will also extend from the northwest comer of Royal Wood up to Whitaker road. It will provide added capacity for flood relief for the downstream end of the slough a.'1d for the area between Royal Wood and Whitaker. A tributary called the "Branch" joins the Lely Main Canal a short distance upstream of the U.S. 41 Bridge and east of the intersection of U.S. 41 and Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The Branch provides drainage for the developed area along the Florida Power and Light Corporation right- of-way north of Rattlesnake Ha.lnmocK Road. the areas surrounding Loch Louise and Crov:n Point developments lo~~ted south ofDa\'is 30uievard, a.T"'Jd the developments along the north side c;: Da-,;'is Bouie-.....z.ra.. Tr~e p;-opose:ci p12..."1 ;:;E..!ls for increasing Lhe caIJa~ity of the B;:-an~n C~2-.;;m:::tre:::."'71 or Lo:.b LU:lr:;~, rec(:I"S'LrJ<:ting the Loch LI.:mise vvei~, .:::onst:-u:ting 3. nc:v,: ',::.'eir a: tft::." no;:-':..Ilem ewi of .,:;;:: sxis::.;-;g t.ripk bex c"Uh'~ns :...;.ader DZ.\'ts 3.::;ulev;i1:-d, 2.:"":\d extendir:g the s:)Iie::tio~ system ~dGng t~e no;-th si':.:.e OfLh:.vis SOL.,evatj tv ~t5 [11.1; p}ztt,,"1ci ie:-"lgth e2.St o;Sa..~~a 3w-b2!'3- 3otdevUIc. The p::-cje;c1 2.10:-1g ~he Branch s:.'~:t;;;:n a:s,:) indudes cor..~:trucl;n2 a v,r~ir s:rJ:::t:::--e 8.: the i.;:t:::rs'~::li:}~ ,::,1" t1,'h:'" :-=~li~;-:iz.:l ==r~~;:t~ B::..si'J sysle;;:; z:id ~':1~):;si?:f: 211 ej~isting S,Ju:.h cf:''Jc:.h LOl:ise I~:th~, n8rLb ,~j:::h ofJ.-:ivierz) in a [~(l:-::1 d;-z.ra. E.Isev:here in (he Ldy !,1zin Can:d syS"t~, i;:n?:-a;:~';~~:l~ 2.SS(l~iLted v,.tt~ three ::-o2d p::-0)e~ts, Rattiesnake :ia:JJ.mo,:::~ Road., COW1ty .Ba,I"! P...o3,;i &"j~ Ssn:z, 3~caz,-- EO"J.le\'2.rc Ei:tC:-7S!on v::~:j hz\'e !..._L.5'I? ci:e.:nt:ge f:::;atures C;~t;;::7 C'JL:.?,"t.;-:l:::e:. Qf maJ';:: <2.:'::;\.::. l ~':'e :-_~~2:rCT1:-~' C'!:V.t;:12~:--~d u. th:;; ;:,:-;J;j':):;:-;;:l p:::-c5e'zl sre .;:-~'-;1Z.:;ZCJ: to c~n.iiiic;:.:ic,~s in'\'0!T;'Lng ;:):~z\..siir::f ::a:-,s-::.', , .,j-tc:^~' 2:"':; ~,:~:rJ::' &"'C2.S ';';-'D,:,;-e- n::.....: ::Z:::i,j ar:: s:v,,'2.::; ':'::'''::-5::2'"L::'i.i_Oit \>.,': J _::re::.>: t,:;' ;:,' ,. ". '- . .. ,':,;L::IL '.n::J:':':":'..:::. ~':~1-Juz.~:.1 (->.xt::::-:-:s;\'~: ~~):):-, ',;,':::'.:;- :-;.~;:.i? ~0 ;;:,'::'f2 G:- , " . . 7:1::-::::1;:,:e 1.::-:ef;e ::-..1p.s.:::: Z-:'-.::.:.::; j ne c:s:.;-:'-f:c::::.,' (if L~J.:- i';"'~8.i:-j C.21<.L: G :)'i\TIS:.:-C2.::i cf ~~ .s. ~; ;',S ::.::' [!-~ ~:-;:::;~~~:.:=::: Ci~~.:2\'::":;:"::-; t-:, [. .,::,"ger' crass ~-:e=ti~ri ~d t.he, CC:1.s:ru~ti(m of 3.D :XltIet sp~'eaicr id:,e Qe&:g:n.ec: t:l fici'i' j,rrtc' eJ:.:strng wetlz.l.1ds !r..1m~i&[eiy to the sO'-I!h, v/est and e;:;st olthe ca11aL \~renands w:1! be impa:led hy 1:.1.15 K:\75?9 L"ly O"Jtfall Basin\CoITespondencos\fv!emo\09-097YCS.MEM.rioo !:el-:') :-JO. 1 ()<~~ ~::} :~OQ; f='B'.;)-:; ;.;, 7 of ~!C construction but impacts are offset by the improved flow conditions into the existing receiving estuarine wetland area. Lely MaDor CaDal- The Lely Manor "Main" Canal collects stormwater from within the Naples Manor subdivision, developments to the north, and from the drainage area to the northeast of Naples Manor subdivision. Storm water then flows west to the U.S. 41 culvert which discharges into a wide canal oriented east to west eventually discharging into a large fresh water marsh. The lower main begins south of the marsh and discharges into an estuarine coastal zone near the headwaters ofSlmdhill Bay and eventually into Rookery Bay. A number of smaller canals provide internal drainage for the Naples Manor subdivision and discharge into the U.S. 41 road ditch. S tornnvater iIl the ro2tG, ditch flOWS trtfough t.~ee additional CUlverts and to the south en_a .. . 1 . 1 tnen to tne west to t'1e ewe.- maIn c&~a . The proposed pla.'1 dOv.7~stteam of U.S. 41 is to increase Lhe cap:aClty ofth~ main canaJ to p.rovid~ flood relief for up.str~am areas, Additionally, a weir \vill be constructed to- p:event over drainage of a large wetland ml.rs~ z.nct a spre:::.dcr bke ,,"lilJ be CO:1s~ru~te~ to prevent oyer draine.gz while eliminating the current problem of a freshv.'ater point discharge. The plz-"1 will 2150 create z. n.ew north/south Cfu"1a! system roughly along the, e2:St ~ide of se:tions 30 a..,d 31 ofTov;,nship 50 So~th Ra..'1ge 26 East. The existing cwa1:s thz.t currently divide a historic, siough/i1ov.~..{:,y will be ac.a.."lG0:1ed (hy fu;cure de'-.:e10p:n.e:1t plfu"1S of th~ land owneT}~ ~ plli'Up station ,~:iH be i~$U:.Hed tJ re-f:yc_rr~te. the slcugh, CZPZC-I:Y' im;rro..rerilent v:iU be :n&j~ tJ t..'1e e;>;tsti::g cc...'1c:J:;; ~j:le:J::it!!.g frvr2 'U.S. .: 1 \ a;"1d a new d:sch2.:-g~ po:n.t ,;..it) b~. crez;:ed. hy :::o:ts~;-uct:ing a sp::-caGer ial::.: aija:.ent to ~110t,;er \:Yetia.:~d flo\\"wZ.Y s:~t:=m maL hes be:m cut off fro::!. historic sheet frow l-or ffi3..<.'1Y years, lip~trez...71 of L .5, .:;} tr.e p;,opos~d pICk"': \V~lJ make c~?ac!~y im;l!"Cvet:nen~s to the notJ:1 pe::i,,'ne\:~ :a:.,.al of~'..Jz.;)les h1.si:l.ar: includ.i,n; CCiD.S'T'Jctlon of a ",.:err 2:t V/ (';rrc.'tl Street to :.edLlce cu:-rent over drd:lab'~ impacts to adja~ent wet:Z1!.C.::, C"pacity impr':JveErents \lliH be. ina3e te) th.,;; cwaI &..loLg t.'le north side of U.S. 41 to aHow for ,ateral distribution of storm water to aU the culverts crossing K:17599 Loly Outi.II B..inICorrespondencesIMemol09-097Y05.MEM.doc " IE~iTi I'~:J. 1 ;X.: _.-..._7 :jf 5,-'r beneath U.S. 41. For safety and capacity reasons, one existing channel within the Naples Manor subdivision will be enclosed in a pipe. Upstream of the Naples Manor subdivision, the southern end of the existing Rattlesnake Hammock slough will be benned and a discharge weir constructed to prevent current over drainage into the north perimeter ditch of the Naples Manor subdivision. North of Rattlesnake Hammock Road the existing piecemeal system of ditches will be modified to create a manageable stormwater system. Strategically located culverts, weirs, and channel improvements will direct stormwater flow existing remnants of the northern end of the Rattlesna.lce Ha'Tlmock slough. Vi errs ~':"e located with control elevations to provide flood protection while keeping the a:ijacenl wetfa.i,6s as wet as pcssible. .1,. maj'Jr ,::omponent of this reGonstru:tian inVOlves CG:1I1eC~!:'":g the ~}:i;!Lng pe:1met~r can.a!s emuad L.1e V\~i!lg Scmtn A.rtp4:i into th;; Le:y h1.arlor Bzsrn canal systerrL The &~2J.: uf \i-.:ct~a!'d impaGt z.re 2.t 2.ui near the proposed dis.:::-h::rge s:p:::-eader hu:.es, the wide maiI~ cZ-.."lt:: Strutn of U.S. 4} 2....T1d L1e }ower main cu..~a!, the proposed ne\.v Region 5 3ast autfLil ;;22';'2:., arCG ncz.r t.h~ Caun::/s SDuth C08l.ty '\'\.,:,ter KeC',:a:n~tion Fa:i~it)'. :;:lid '-Teas z:.rou..-qi the V.hr:g S'Jath /,,j;rlarl:. Tne impf;;=tS a7B mi:-1imrzed. by ir:st2.I1a:ic:! ofwei!'~ te m:,ain:~.dr. v\.'~ter le\'e~5 a.:-d to p-..om~:e TC?lenisr:me::1t or existing wel1a:-;Q areas in the lower and U??ef pEres aftf..1S basin. l~ weir is prop'Jsci a~ the c;')per enG. ofth~ bw~:' raaln ca"19.I to malntzJn wz.ter kveis in the fTesh v,'ater ma:sh. A v,'eir is a!sc propos::::d north 0:the V,"ing SJ:Ith A!Qari: to o:un;::irl water l:'vd~. irl ~he e):::e::ci.\'e ,vetIz.no p:~sz.o-\'t z.r::as of cie\'elopm~nLs to the north. 'rr.""~' .".-...-;.--. r r ,.."1',,."1("; ',.. ''''.~~~ (.;'"',,',~,.. ,.~...........--,. 'C>':"'1'''' ."".... .-~.-" ,,~:c>J,~";:.., .......,..,,..c.r;~ .;..,'"' , 'r.. ,.il"l~ L ~.....- !U(f.L.I~L, \ J~. \, ',-,~j;;:':...... Lnp"''-"''~ '-'~ .....l.~ tJ.,~:...~~....,-" ~~O.I,",,,,, i;:;.; '-' r....Qi..~,:J ~'-, ll~'-....Ljll..,aH~_.S r..~\<L\ ..db e:':~::::Y2.:!~; e:--:is:rn,;; C'.2...'12.ffi. ::-I:wJev2::', tb~e are some .:::t:2S where :"!ew ca::2.: a;;d spree;der iz.ke; C"':;.:7:S:'-;..tC:;J:::;n V;-',L :::::r',;:,:r..~ :;,~\;;. wett2.:--;::::l ir:-:~:.:-::t~, li~t:-r;'1ugt e;:~e:-t:;h,.'~ ~:f;~,~~:-: \; 2;,.'- r:1(:.~e: tJ 2:\'oJd Oi"" . ., , . :nrnI:7L:Z:;; t!~~s-::; rrrrpa::'t <::;.-eZ:E. fs. e~:se::r:ent is :-~.{ui:-e:i ~:-t':iS~: the. pat~:,;j.s rniic.aLed em t~le- emibi~s f:J~ :he pu.:__p-:rs~ of CGnstrnctlon of the, des:riber;:i d.rainz;ge f~:;ilities as well as access for maintenanGe of the ~j'Stem when CO~st:-u:;ted and in op:Tation. K:\75?9 Ldy Outf&.U Basin\Correspondences'Memo\09.097Y05.MEM,doc Ilern 1'<0. 10C ~C). 2007 -~:9 c)f 50 1- Staffhas considered the following factors before concluding that this easement must be acquired, and this memo serves to summarize them for the Board's benefit. I. Alteraate ROllltes Alternate alignments and configurations ofthe proposed improvements have been exhaustively analyzed as part of the design and permitting process for the LASIP system. A detailed alternatives analysis was prepared for the permitting agencies and is presented in a document entitled "Ldy Area Stormwaler Improvement !'rojecC' dated October 2001. T1:roughout t':1e p~rr:nit~ing process ea.;h 2.lt~ative CO;:fibrurat-ion. was reviewed w.,d Q~bated lliid i{ h2.S be~",'TI aet:::allr.ned u"lat th~: current d.esi,gn is the cn~: L~ct provides the most public hene5t V\"ith tne least enviro!"'.mental impa;:ts. 2. S~Jetv Fsetv:-s Construc-.ion of the LAS!.? improvemc"ts will pro\~de needed ,larrowatcr outfall capa:ity for the Easin and thereby reduce the threat a..'"1d de.mage of flo(Jd.ing. Loti:? RS:f'1~~e Plu:rrrr.r',:rr Fl3:ctn~ The L..\'SIP imp:-ov~ent:.:, arep~-t ofrhe. COUt1ty~.wide p:lan 10 improve ~~e level of serv~c~ for n~d.i:lg z..,d flow-wzy erill:mccrnent wi:hin the Basin aIle further the stated. gczl:.; objectives) z.ne p:J-iicies of the cir2in.age/s:.:armwe~:~er rr1&'1.agernent flCh-dernerr: of t~1e CnHie:- Cau!t":)' G:xwL.~ h.1:anagemeu: Fla.":. to u:rcify 2!'"iC: implem~n.t the Count;:-~;,_"i:::e StO~1'lh"cter lv;:an.~gerrL'e::'l: Pkn tb.a:. ?:'ovice~, 8.."1 ~'::ep,~ble level of se':""',"'lce far stOj:::r,,::z.t~T coritrols flnd et1vi..-ctrLT'!1en:.zJ mW:l11g~"ent objec~iveE. Ttle proje:t rr.nproves t.>::. LJO..5:T? rer-.,...,n.,r "to ~., ',',", ~"", -" ~....,._"r J::': -....r'..,..rr- ',;f': th~.~ ~ gJ....,....a.l.., rm""a.......rna."1ag.....J...ent syst....m art... r.~..U.d;.. llOV~ ...."".'i~ "'..::.nm ... "'-1.....2.. K:17599 Lely Outfan BasinIConespondencesIMem>I09-097Y05.MEM.doc (, ~. Ellvironmel!lal Factors The LASIP system has been designed to limit the amount ofenvironrnental disturbance as much as possible. Natural flov.ways and sloughs have been preserved and incorporated into the design as much as possible. A pump system has been included in the design to re-hydrate an existing wetland slough by pumping excess stormwaler from within the LASIP system into the slough. Weirs have been incorpor&ted in the design in order to avoid over-draining the Basin. Spreader lakes have been designed at the ends of the three major outfaHs ta dispe:se the discharge as she.et-now to the re~eivjng v,'"2.ters '\...'e:lands. . ~ Co:;! l-0 ~:-i)'\'idt: the L/~S=? i:r:,p;\}':,:C7Ileats ha..'::~ -neen carefuI:j' coasid~~c:i 2.S P<;;':l cf~.h.e 2.te:-tl~,~l\'es wi.al>'Sis z.nd c::sii:;:il 0':: U:e ~,rcje::L .t-;.';;.. ti~e p:r0.;cct h~:s t>~e;r: r:::'l-::1ei d:1riag tb.::: L~~:~f.:;: z.::d p-.::;:::-j:j;:;; pi".):e~;2: I:-.~,]i~ ~;:,~ci:i:, C8StS :12'.\.'~ b~'J :i.e\-'e;':1;'I:~ 2r;'C: as p21 of C:~~\'ebpin5 z;. f:1E~C:&.Iiy f:.zsible COnSIrll:.IlOn phasing ru~C C2..pi~2.1 lcp:-vve::nen: F'TDg:r-4.;.;io Th~ des:::1 orth:, im?roYemen~s El~-;j~nizes the i:J,;?7"-,Jve:r;1e7.t b~:t:::'l:S :;:j:1:mizi:-:.; L~e S_~-1,\J:I:1t of :::l;'f'ac:t tJ L~e C0'.iror....7'~:1t od a::ja::::"r:L ;:';:G~:;~'r.:.::;'s. V,_'~ :-:~' p:~~2.Se.j lC 2_j\'~:;: YCrJ '~~,:; tL(; C:H:_S~;J:::0:1 ~'ft.,:: pllzs::~ c,{' tn:::. p:-;):.ie,~~~ i~: 2.~r.:i::i.:":2t:;;.~ ;:;:J ~o:::;nen::;c 1':::~r71:1_g l~f;:;a! Y~:i.r 2((6 7b~L.L Y:i:;, 10; ".'eX" U::""~('_ 2nd ;-e\-iew 0; ~L.is \"iu.l K:\7599 tely Outfull Btsi.,\CorrespoooenceslMemo\09-097Y05.MEM.doc c~ .~, .- ~). 2~-i:.:7 "I elj 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of "Cardinal Cove at Fiddler's Creek", the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained OBJECTIVE: To grant final approval of the infrastructure improvements associated with that subdivision known as "Cardinal Cove at Fiddler's Creek" CONSIDERA nONS: 1. On December 28. 2000, the Board of County Commissioners granted preliminary acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Cardinal Cove at Fiddler's Creek". 2. The roadway and drainage improvements will be maintained by the project's homeClwners association. - 3. The required improvements have been constructed in accordance with the Land Development Code. The Engineel"in9 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 rnainlailled by the pmject's homeowners association. GROWTH MANAGErVl:::NT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact. .--" ;-,j LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed and approved the Resolution. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners grant final acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Cardinal Cove at Fiddler's Creek" 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 Houldswortl,. Senior Englneel', Engineenng Keview Department .- - leT ~ " ~ :? <: ==1 " -~I ( -i3 c( -, ,- Z (0 w 1-:': e < (J'j (I I ~: --~ ~ ~ I --~.:~I . ~ i 2::-, I u_ 'j \~ -\ c\ 1- , ~ ,. 0...1 <l: L UJ l- e/) ~ OJ w ~ u "' '" w 5 " '" f- <( w > o u --' :2 " ~ <( u :"'I i -I <1:, :Z' z o f- <( U, o -l COLLIER COI'''T\ Item Number Item Summary' Meeting Date- I"-rp:lrl'ol Il~ -tr' ~,. :.1,' Appro\'l'u II) . '_~r;;,' ",LJ' '-C', l ,-,- ~l(" ',:""'),' c-- ""pro'NIB, \ppn"'l'd II., \l>p,'",-,-<lII, "/'1>1"",,'<1 II.> \1'11"0'<'" Ih \[ll'rO'Td II., RESOlXTION NO. 07-_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING F1NAL ACCEPTANCE OF CERTAIN ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS IN CARDINAL COVE AT FIDDLER'S CREEK. ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 33, PAGES 87 THROUGH 88; RELEASE OF THE MAINTENANCE SECURITY; AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE MAINTENAl'jCE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE MAINTAINED BY THE 951 LAND HOLDINGS JOINT V[(NTURE WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County. Florida, OIl January 25,2000 approved the plat of Cardinal Cove at Fiddler's Creek for recording; and WHEREAS, the Developer has constructed and maintained the roadw~y and drainage improvements in accordance with the approved pians and speclfications as required by the Land Development Code (Collier County Ordinanc:e No. 04-41. as amended): and WHEREAS. the Devduper 1$ requ~stjHg [mal at,;ceplalKc of the roadv.'ay <md drainage improyements and release of his maintenance security: and WHEREAS, t:'lC Engineering Servi2es Se~tion of the Development Services Department has inspected the roadv..:ny and drainage lmp~ovements, and is recommending acceptance of said facilities. NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD Of COUNTY CO:!\-1MISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that tinal acceptance is hereby granted [or those roadv;ay and d;-alnagc improver:ncms in Cardinal Cove at Fiedler's Creel:, pursuant to the plat thereoCrecorded in Plat Book 33, pages S7 through 88, and tile Clerk is hereby authorized to release the maintenance security. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED /\ND ORDER:=D lh3t lhe County accept the future maintenance and other attendant costs for tbose roadVi!ay and drainage improvements 1bat are not requirt:(l \0 be mUll1'cained by Y51 LmJ H01diJlg,S, Joint Venture. TillS Resolution adopted u.1kr motion, 'second :.mu majority vote favoring Sil1n~, tl1is dn;.-' of . 2007. DATE': ATTEST: DW1GHT E. BROCK. CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY CO,fMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY. FLORID" By: ,Deputy Cl~rk JAivIE$ COLFi'TA, CHAIRlvIA1\i Approved as to form and legal '(:jOY . ::c Je E. ~/ri t Ass t t Collier Calmty Attomcy ,j"; rn i"i:,. J '. -". u :lerTl l\i2. ;':,/-\2. I:.c)r;; 1 G. ,~~'C(':7 ", oj 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ".- Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Summit Place in Naples, Phase 1 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 Summit Place in Naples, Phase 1, 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 Engineering Services Department staff on June 1 0, 2004. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $101.069.15 for the water facilities and $174,719.85 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 Engineering Services Department staff. and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. 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 $275.789. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: l\jo additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. /"""" 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 Summit Place in Naples. Phase 1, 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 ~...-.. COLLIER COUHV '~-. (, I ' : ,.. - k' .' ~';I: 'i" Item Number: Item Summary: nl -r-."'.('V"-",,] "f' "".: ",if'- Meeting Date: I,.', Allpro\'cd By ~ hco""n" 0: ~,lJ~k fO_::: ~:n;",wPflns C;-,"V:C'lS [J;I-"'['" [.InF- (:,"n''''~n<t;, Den l()lJ'1',~'''. <: t:.~,\.'".",,,,",,-,"jl ;"",,1';'" : ',,":; lC",l,,,"+rin:_, SC'r'",c;e~ JI1~_Z'.)07 H]'57 i-l,' ApP,.OYel.J By r'Jr"'. Li:ll>\' '\'.'h"'.J!.l"''':.'ll()C''; r ;"1",~ IJ~tc PU!j[';' '1,lit'<-'5 v""ter ;).'1,-,-7':;07111[,";1/, ApprOH'd By P""i ~,: ij" c h \N~t"r;::mC' ;1'" LJJt0 P,-,1,I",.J1;1H" V',"t"r 711 '" 2[)07 11 ZJ A ~I, Al'prOVl'd Hy i-",H'U" '",...-,.", ~,.'''''C; ",w",,;,; ::J','=Ut;, -',v"-' Apllr,,,<'d By \1'1'1""",.(1 By \Pl'nl\ed III \pl'ro\"('<I By .\pl'roHlllly \PI"-"""!! H\ AI'I''-''H.t1 III '\l'l'rrl\\'dBy , . . CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBlTTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: Summit Place in Naples Ph_ I LOCATION: Section 34, Township4B Sou1h, Range 26 East NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: <Ql@~p Waterways Joint Venture IV 914 Grand Rapids Boulevard Naples FL 34120 Phone 239-352-8610 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: POTABLE WATER (MATERIAlS ONLY) lITEM SIZE QUAM. UNIT COST TOTAl I 8" PVC Water Main (G-900, DR 18) 5.141 LF $ 3.70 $ 19,021.70 8'" PVC Water Main (G-900. DR 14) 2-'10 LF $ 4.00 $ 1.160.00 6" Fir. Hydrant and Valve 19 E" $ 1.525.00 $ 28.975.00 6" Dead End Fire Hydrant and Valve 4 EA $ 1.400.00 $ 5.600.00 8" Gate Vatve w/bOx 12 EA $ 460.00 $ 5.520.00 Ba::teriobgi:::al Sample Point 3 EA $ 450.00 $ 1,350.00 314" Double Water Meter Service 105 EP. $ 225.00 $ 23,850.00 31.(" Sio;lle Water lJ'.ete: Se:vice 14 ~ $ it5.0J $ 2,450.00 Hot Tap 2~" Wat~ Main wi 2~"x 8"" saddte 1 EA $ 4.200.00 $ 4,2OCLOO Air Release Valve 2EA pooro $ 1,400.00 e" Pl.J Seeve 1 EA $~24.53 $ 124.53 B" MJ TEE SEA $19560 $ 933.00 S" MJ 45 8 EA 5129.30 $ 1.034.40 8. WoJ ::2 112 4EA $131.42 $ 525.68 8"' A'll! Rest 94 EP. t51.B5 $ 4.B74.&4 TOTAL COST $ 10i.06S.16 I o:J hereby ccrtrty that Ihe Quantities of materiat described above are true and ac:;urate represemation of the system being co.'ltrib'Jted to Coiner County Utilities. In::.. CERTlFYI~~~.\ __~_ / // .----'- ',"c:J., .. ..< L---- /.- n;;":/ I .,(>-;"7 -,.:;,/L-<Fr" ,/';/-' ~? _________ David IJ.artin RDMC. Ino. STATE OF FLORIOA ::OUNTY OF LEE Tne fa!"eg~2 fr1s:rument ~"3S sigrled and ad::nowiedged bef():""€ me this 11tt> day of March, 2004 by David rf.artin ",,'ho is perso.'1ally kn~n to me and who did n::t. Ia~e an oath. J c , / c /: / / /cn1 .L-/ "- ./ I.A.-/.....L <// l. f.....0?T)-<-"::j/ () Sally M. Rooney (~ SEAL ~i SAlLY M ROONEY t. ' ) "',. COMM:tSStON" DO 164711 EXPIREs: Nov&moer ':3. 2QOS '..fU}-3-NJTARY Ft..llbays.."..;"....~~ . . '>'::::i O. ., .j;'\~ '-li 1 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY t="'ciJS ~ c'; 6 PROJECT NAME: Summit Plaee in Naplee Phase I LOCATION: Section 34, Township 48 South, Range 26 East <G@b2>jp WatefWaYS Joint Venture IV 914 Grand Rapids Boulevard Naples FL. 34120 Phone 239-352~10 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: SANITARY SEWER (MATERIALS ONLY) liTEM SIZE QUAH. UNIT COST TOTAL I 8" Sanilafy Sewer Main (o".(l' cut) 1.151 LF $ 2.50 $ 2.817.50 8" Sanitaly Sewer Main (6"-<1" cut) 1.510 LF $ 2.50 $ 3.175.00 8" Sanitary Sewer Main (8"-10" cui) 1.717 LF $ 2.50 $ 4.292.50 8" Sanitary Sewer Main (10"-12' cut) 701 LF $ 2.50 $ 1.852.50 8" Sanitaly Sewer Main (12'-14' cut) 255 LF $ 2.50 $ 637.50 8" San~ary Sewer Main (1.'-16" cut) 29 LF $ 2.50 $ 72.50 0' dlamelE!f Manhole (3'.(l' depth) 4 EA $ 1,400.00 $ 5.600.00 o' diametE!f Manhole (6'-8" depth) 7 EA $ 1.950.00 $ 13,650.00 o' diameter Manhole (S'-lO' depth) 8 EA $ 2,250.00 $ 1S.OOO.00 .' diarnelE!f Manhole (10"-12' depth) 3 EA $ 2.800.00 $ 8,400.00 .' diamelE!f Manhole (12'-1.' depth) 2 EA $ 3.250.00 $ 6,500.00 Pump Station 1 EA $ 77.500.00 $ 77,500.00 S- PVC Force Main (C-900, DR 18) 1.772 LF $ 3.20 $ 5,670.40 6" PVC Sanitary Sewer Lateral 3.963 LF $ U,5 $ 6.571.95 6" Double Clean-cut 69 EA $ 65.00 $ 4.485.00 6" Single CIean-out 72 EA $ 50.00 $ 3.600.00 i.Z'DirEdbna! Bore 100 LF $ 85.00 $ 8.500.00 Air Release Valve 1 EA $ 1,100.00 $ 1,100.00 6 MJ LINED 45 5 EA $ 140.00 $ 700.00 5 MJ EPOX LINED 90 3 EA $ 150.00 $ 450.00 6 MJ EPOX SLEEVE 1 EA $ 135.00 $ 135.00 6 JT BELL RESTRAr,,'T 10 EA $ 35.00 $ 350.00 TOTAL COST $ 174.719.!l5 I do hereby certify that the quantities of material described above are true and w-..curate representation of the system being contributed to Collier County Utilities, Inc.. CERTIFYING: ~.,/- / /~- .------- ',' .;:::::J /' L-_____ !, /. / J/ :/::" ,/.--0/.''<// //k:Z7_ David Martin RDMC. Inc. STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF LEE The foregoing i~ment was signed and acknowIedged before me this 1 ,lh day of March, 2004 by DaviG-V.artin who is peA krown to me and who did not take an oath \. )aL{.{/;A.. / o~. SEAL Safty M Rooney (IJ. SALLY M. ROONEY ( M'( COMMitSSlON # DO 164711 EXPIRES: NoYen1bal' 13, 2OOl5 1.fIllC>3KlT/ItP'1 FLtirlQlyServoorl&'E\OrdIf'l!l,lne; / - . c- ::.'::, ~~ .- - .2:' '-- " ;2 :1J ..') <( -~-;-- i i------~----l-i :1 I,' 11 . !~j~ ! ___.--------L.~------------!r~L- _",-'----___ L_,;.;-;;---- -- _____ ____ _ __~_________ -------~-;;)~~_;;~;=O;---. ----~-- , o ,~ ~ , , / ( , /J , I I I 2~! ' , I .--", , ) \ [c--/ r' I .1,mrililliI"]IU "'~\I ~~'~~~~i~l~ r , " c ~~. =<-. _ II, 1 .. /"',-' .'.1',1: ~1=j' ~ (/_>'~"'f:;'l'rd";'h~~ "j "-..{jlL:i1-~~JlllL' -. . w 9 I f-- ~ I I'" S 1 ~ r-- " ~ Z ~ Q! C~ ~ ~O ~O ~ -' I , ~, ----------'-- :: _.- ~" '.-'.1 ~ :. I DI'------'...--U I!' I - ~;I' , ' I ~:' !._ I I, ~'~~I ~I, -------" ~j i "1 . .,1.. 11,- I'~' 1""','1' ~I I~":,r\------' ~I:, . ~ I~~~T i 'l;=-~b'"T'J- o____~.-=-::--i , i ,~_..J --.--:J1:: I "-:L._" ! ; i.J=-, ___ _____ = . n' ---TT----- ;., I --'I__~ I r _--., I ' 1 i-- i. ;- 0..1-, I_....J 1;<-' .1 - J-~- " I \\ ,! L_--'--+l I ;'--jl I ".:'~.". I, ;.; --"J .--'---1 , I ~I ' ~ I ", - -~~- - ---'-.---=- ,I I , I' II ,I I I I ~ ~ " ~~ ~ _LLl1L- , ~ ~ o ~ " I ""'-r G"'1JJITillllilils :::-'--t.daJr-~il ~~~, ''"''\C-------" ,jif:'-I >-~_.l.i Pd :,,1 -lL~ :',------1 ~ I;: 5 1 ~ ------ ~ , , -_.~------------;- - E- m.___j " !I 'f 11 8: 'T I i I I ! Ii '. '1' "i' a~."-~",0""""j()1 I "I fil' ;; I'~ __ C I _ ----1--- --. l:- ~~ .. Ii;; ~JJ , 'f-: i~': a.. <( :E UJ ~ en ~ <lJ (f) co .c 0.. (f) OJ "'- ro Z u co 0.. E E :J (/) a.. <[ :E z o ~ <( U o ..J I ::t~:l"i r,~C') 'J,.c.,3 '10 2'J07 1 of 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of "Veronawalk Townhomes Phase One". The roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. OBJECTIVE: To grant final approval of the infrastructure improvements associated with that subdivision known as "Veronawalk Townhomes Phase One" CONSIDERATIONS: 1. On November 19. 2004, the Board of County Commissioners granted preliminary acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Veronawalk Townhomes Phase One". 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 associatio:l GROWTH MANAGEIVlEIH Iftl'iPACT: There is no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed and approved the Resolution for legal sufficiency. - '_,j ,'"I .~_'U i RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners grant final acceptance of the roadway and drainage improvements in "Veronawalk Townhomes Phase One" 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 H::Juldsworth. Senio:- Engineer, Engineering Review Department ~~f' ~~ " "2 jj ,r 1 - I' .~L~. i n, ------'!'::'_ ~':'Jc" "I" I liJ~] 1..1 L.II ~ui--'--'lJ'-I"e!. "'i~ T- I" ~~_ _I:t:r .-~ II , ~ ~ 'Y<lSV J ' ~"d' J .01, L .. ~~~-~:-_TN:~:I~~~_-~~~~_~I 1--=1-- J' -' I i--~II ! 1 J i:'L':_'H , i t " l -~-- ! I , I iCe" ;:: g~:;' " k' ! -1-' ~ z o :J_I ~ cnO o ~ I'" Z U r~ w- -, r ();C cr'--) (I 'j IE ) / ~ / ______.., '0 ;"':~'~:;;,/--;-:~ ''--. i / /h.:,'/' I "" j/ / /~, '" '1",/ '2J I ~ )/-'ii..,,!, '. _~"""_ , Anl'u~ ,i:{~" ~'. 1'- " .i':< 'I ~ f lLt; !!' , / tJ'" 1 ---- ~ --~ D 'N_,,,-,SV,, ~", n:1 --co..,__,::j I --~! z ~ ,Iii , _u6 -1- ~. " ,'A.' ---'-7/ .. /:/-- /1 I it~':""---- ! .~j,''':'''j !;-~ ,-,--, I 1 i ,-, I ! c... 4: ::E: l.LI I- Cf) , "II 51 ~I :;;', ;:1 <!i ZI ffil >1 a... <! ~ ~f z o f- <ti c.;' C -' ',r, ,J. ~,-,', ~"~~C_' RESOLlTJON NO. 07-_ A RESOLl;T10N OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA AITHORIZING FINAL ACCEPTA'liCE OF CERTAIN ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE 1~1PROVEMENTS IK VEROKAWALK TOWNHOMES PHASE ONE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IK PLAT BOOK 41. PAGES 58 THROlIGH 59; RELEASE OF THE MAINTENANCE SECURITY; AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE MAI)';TENANCE RESPONSrBILlTY FOR THE ROADWAY A)';D DRAlKAGE IMPROVEMENTS THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE MAINTAINED BY THE VERONA WALK HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION,INC. \l/HEREAS. the Board of County Commission~rs of Collier County. Florida, on May 25, 2004 approved the plat of Veron3\valk Tovmhomes Phase One for recording; and \\']-IERE:\S, the D::vt"lop'=r h8.s (;()n.\t;',lct~d and m(jii11{~in::d t!l~ l"OJdv.'ay and d:'ainage improvements in accprdancc with th~ appruvcd pbns :.md 5pccific31ion~ J.S n:cpircd by dIe L:md [)c\',;:lopm~'111 C{\dc' IC())iicr COUnl\' OrdinJ.~1c'-' r....;o, (I.:i-~-; 1. ilS am' llG':X!): :tnd V\-IIERE.\S. 111-:: D'.'y:;lop~r i~; r'.::pJ:.'slir.g om;) :,cc,'i'::m~'::' imp:'o\,cr.l:.:nt:; 2;;J :"dcJ.s~' 'Ji' L I~' rr:2.i;11~':1:1m;...., S:."::U:-;l:< and ) I ;; ::: T O;i ~: \ "': i \ \'d~:,~I~E/-..S, th~' :~.!J;'i;;:::~';-;f.:; S~:7\'i:.:~',-: SC:::li'~':1 i-"'~ tlL' :-)',>\::::L;P;l~;:;JH ::;:..:~\':c-.:.'s D~p<mmen~ has in;;pecl~~d the ro:Jd\'\':.!; ~H;Ll iJm1l1:l~C: Imp;' tVS1l1~1~:S. :::'Id is r(,:':(1mr:lenjin~ :i';'C~>r;:lll:';::' or :;<.:id :a:.:iJi'.;C:.';. ~-.JO\\', T;JE::T,-E:-'O;:;.~-:, BE IT RESCL\':~D BY Tik B(~,'\RD OF COl1~'<T\' CO\1J\-1lS~JO~\TRS 0:: C()LUrJ~ CO,-"\.~TY, fL:JJUDA, t:~~:'_ ;;:l:d :,k'~':::pt:ln~'(' ,i:" krdl, . . f;ranu:d hlr tiws: road\-,,-!y :md dr~,indb':f.' imrn)Yl'~l-:;ms ic \'C'I'(l!l:l\vall~ 'rI:1wnll!xn'~; Pl1use Oll'::, FJ~'suant lU tile p:al lhc:\'(jf recorded i!~ f1::n [l,(,wL .:j 1, ]1:~;':.".~ :;t~ lliruu~:h :~':), :md Li-l',' Cieri: i~; :l''::T::::I', ,m,;v)T17.ed (0 T:;:l:::~~[' lh~' 1-:1:!jn1cml;K~: ;:::~Trl:\ . . B~~ n FLRTH!J: R::SOL.\"t_:D .-\'\D UFL':~F:d) lbn the '::oumy DCC'.:Pl the fUlUre m:":1n!Cmm;:-:; 2nd other :lttendan, C(lS1.::; lor ~h(l5~ ro~j(h''':l\ ,:nd dr,;i:l:1!.':-' i1:'rr(lY:':;,~'::1:: lint m::: 11':1: )',;':lU;;-;:'.j lli Q':' jl:,i:rlt::i;)~:~ L"\; tk -\'::r(:';~~l\\,,;L l-lo;n~,:I"',Tl~~':'" '.c;. (l.:T', i~~';, EC,c:Olu:i. :~l,,',!,T' _ ~ ,)IL~ i:: '~~ :~h)i" '.'c,Le: JU 1 j 1 :, J. ,,~,,~~~: :it; '~ "\'lE.. DC "j') (': ")'\' (''''I\,[\n,,:::,, :)("<T:I",-'-' ,)':'TE.:..: ~ C-.:"\:"'~~:',T C '1\."1 y, ~TCldDA :~\\'jCii-Ii' l:;i:" )~'J-':". _.__:~i L , ~)q~..i1: ('i'.:~L "'>L! '[ '. -::;,:'.1;\:,:'.',,; /\Pi"'c.weJ as II) fonn:.: :;u j''':!:.'::ll ;,ufficlc.'Dc:-" ::-'~'~'I~t;~~7~;~~iCj' Cr1<mt: ~\t10:Tjc': COLLIER COIINTY ,<)l'" "'1'- ~"'.".JI;"' C '11",1[ ,:~':S" cT' Item Number: lIemSummary: ".:1 ::rc,'(:'.'"'l''' '-;rf ~'Cl IFI!r" Meeting Date: I'n"parl'd B~ '''11'. Houj'hw; nh "'",,,,ro:n0": CJ;;to ,'o'nl unit\' ~,e''''ll'.)p'',,"nt ~ "Il,~"nl~1 S '~'J;: f''';I'",_,-,qn,:Spr :'~,.r2 ..~ (,.,:::- n~; "'v: .\ppruH'd n~ TrWl1:'''.'' Lu~! ,-_ ~'''g''I.'im'''; """ .(<',[Ji u,lar t:1?t.c :_~,Pl'lW,,,. c),,-_C-i",,"H,n';; '~'''v'rcn:':('rl\,d S,"viu,~, -'~ ""'1''' '''r:''',', ;:,p' :"2L-'2(\07 P'~';J r,'! ApllI"O\'l'd By ",j tn' ,.,t '>.' qr'~( 'tl~ -::'W''''" ."t\ ,n."" Ie., '11 /;. ",cO'V'- ,",-<C",..,-."". -i.;;('-, -'Ii -\pprnHd By -\]\I'I'O\(-{[ Ih '\l'p..o\'('<I II) \l'l'ro'l,dll) .\ppnl\'C'd Ih !~-~;::T) r\!D. i:JA 200 ': :-)~ ..- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Forest Glen, Phase 1A 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 Forest Glen, Phase 1 A, 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 Engineering Services Department staff on September 13, 1999. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $124.722.50 for the water facilities and $297,464.00 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[s]). This final acceptance is in accol'dance 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 Engineering Services Depaliment staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FiSCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary wili have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this ~xecutive 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 tJtal (undepreciated) value of $422,186.50. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: .!\pproval of this E):ecutivs Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: r\jo additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. - :::;1,; 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 Forest Glen. Phase 1A, 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 COLLIER COL'NTY UOI, IlemNumber: Item Summary: Meeting Date: ,J, Pn'l'an'(! By J",,,r.,,,,,,ulic i",..",n",:;I[",'(';"J'51""! ~-,:lll .:.<"-,[;,,,:11\\,='''' ';1'1,,,,",'1. [''''J r('n,""., c,"",C"v;<".+ c;,_,,_. -.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,';:-er...',,";,, "":'1)07 ~<,: i:' ;-1',' Approved II)' Thc,',;.".!:i'.cl:1 "'E.. "0:::- _.,.:; h+n,,;., ';;'N.-, "'""". C;;y ,-,~tl' ,:cn,m" :'V.li.,'nm'''le _...._ fe',' ",'''n''~' c" ,,~ "1c';,'[ 1~' St- 1,fi '-""'IC,';'nnwn':I'!, 'fJpn.n'd 8) r-i";"""'i..:;':::" ,'pC'~T" < L~'i,';" ,er c"'r~ :',jut I:e !..blit:;,,~ "',;~j( ':.'7; n- " ~7 !"it, A[l)lrnndll) ':~'I'-,e.i' i"~,.(' "".or. '\pproH'd Ih \pI''''l\,'dll) .\prn'ndlh \ppro",'dB\ '\ppl'o\edll\ \PI'I"I" \'<1 Il) \1'11I"0\'t'11II: \I'pr"'t'dll\ \1'1''"'''',,<111) Ie' -:. """- .- co CJ::.. i .'7 ;-'1' . . I: / :1 /'-:i1 / i"1=f /~I /:"~J~I: i . 1 ( 11" 1'1:I__L,,; ! , I 11,. ~, d'-<i' II ~'-J"'I' /1." '.1 ..'.,. "I" 'i;~. .,~" / ~~! i i~~~1 ' ':r:; . 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'- : ., 0...1 <! ::E: LU I- en <( ~ (j) <J) ~ 0. -'- (9 U) I!J o LL 0.... ~ :s z o I- <l: u o -1; 7676 Jean Boulevard Fort Myers, Florida 33912 . . . ,'':'':;', '>':-,'1 Phori~':!l41-457:'[;854 FaX#: :'S4:j~i37:iJ864 ~])J)J: JltE.- PROJECT: FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, PHASE 1-A VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST - POTABLE WATER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE TOTAL 10" DR 1 S C900 WATERLINE 4,115 LF $ 14.50 $ 59.667.50 10" DR14 C900 WATERLINE 595 LF $ 16.00 $ 9,520.00 S" DR18 C900 WATERLINE 20 LF $ 1000 $ 200.00 S" DR14 C900 WATERLINE 40 LF $ 12.00 $ 480.00 20xl0 MJ TAPPING SLEEVE, VALVE AND BOX 1 EA $ 6,200.00 $ 6.200.00 10" MJ GATE VALVE WITH BOX 4 EA $ 950.00 $ 3,800.00 8" MJ GATE VALVE WITH BOX 1 EA $ 600.00 $ 600.00 FIRE HYDRANT ASSEMBLY 13 EA $ 1.80000 $ 23,400.00 20" JACK AND BORE STEEL CASING 60 LF $ 165.00 $ 9,900.00 MISCELLANEOUS MJ FITTINGS 1 LS $ 5.200 00 $ 5,20000 AIR RELEASE VALVE ASSEMBLY 2 EA $ 95000 $ 1.90000 BACTI SAMPLE POINT 2 EA $ 650.00 $ 1,30000 2" PVC CASING (WATER) 170 LF $ 3.50 $ 595.0:1 3" PVC CASING (WATER) 24:1 LF $ 4.00 $ 960.00 6" PVC CASING (WATER) 120 LF $ 5.00 $ 600.0:1 8 X 3 METER BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY UP TO & INCLUDING 1ST OS&Y 1 EA $ 400.00 $ 400.00 TOTAL: $ 124,722.50 7676 Jean Boulevard Fort Myers, Florida 33912 . . Phone: 94'1-4.37'.{J854 FaX#: ::94T-437:8864 ~])))I XJtE.- PROJECT: FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, PHASE 1-A VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST. SANITARY SewER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE TOTAL LIFT STATION #1 1 EA $ 95,410.00 $ 95,410.00 LIFT STATION #3 1 EA $ 50.800.00 $ 50,800.00 8" 03034 PVC SEWER MAIN 0'-6' 1,392 LF $ 13.00 $ 18.096.00 8" 03034 PVC SEWER MAIN 6'-8' 456 LF $ 14.50 $ 6,612.00 8" 03034 PVC SEWER MAIN 8'-10' 389 LF $ 18.00 $ 7.00200 8" 03034 PVC SEWER MAIN 10'-12' 453 LF $ 22.00 $ 9.96600 SANITARY MANHOLE 0'-6' 6 EA $ 1,100.00 $ 6,600.00 SANITARY IviAhlHOLE 6'-6' 4 EA $ 1.250.00 $ 5,000.00 SANITARY MANHOLE 8'-10' 2 EA $ 1.450.00 $ 2.90000 SANITARY MANHOLE 10'-12' 3 EA $ 1,650.00 $ 4,950.00 SANITARY MANHOLE 12'-14' 2 EA $ 1,850.00 $ 3,700.00 6" SEWER LATERALS 467 LF $ 800 $ 3,896.00 6" CLEANOUT ASSEMBLY 15 Ell $ 60.00 $ 960.00 8" OR18 C900 r::JRCE MAIN 4.434 LF :;; 1000 S 44,34000 8" OR14 C900 FORCE MAIN 540 LF $ 12.00 $ 6.480.00 MISCELLANEOUS MJ FITTINGS 1 LS $ 4.200.00 $ 4,200.00 AIR RELEASE VALVE ASSEMBLY 3 EA $ 1,050.00 $ 3,150.00 'i6" JACK & BORE STEEL CASING 50 LF :;; 150.00 :;; 7,500.00 4" OR18 C900 r:ORCE MAIN 290 LF $ 6.00 :;; 1.74000 4" OR14 C900 FORC" MAIN 0- LF $ 7.00 $ 665.00 -~ 6" SOR26 S"WER PIPE 0-6' 609 Lr: $ 13.00 $ 7,917.00 SANITARY Iv,ANHOLE 0'-6' 4 E." $ 1.1 00 00 $ 4,400.00 5" S"W"R LAT"R"LS 110 Lr: :;; 8.00 :;; 830.00 6" CLEANOUT ASSEIViBL Y 5 EA :;; 50.00 $ 300.00 T::JTAL: $ 29'7,464.00 i?Jr:-: t\j:i. lE:.i\S ~ of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Forest Glen, Phase 1 B 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 Forest Glen, Phase 1 B, 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 Engineering Services Department staff on September 13, 1999. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $116,138.50 for the water facilities and $185,338.00 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[s]). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance I~o. 2004-31. as amended. - 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the pubiic 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-Sewei' District during. not less than. the required one (1) year warmnty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Sel\lices Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Coliier County Water-Sewer District receiving unco:lditlonal title to the utiiity facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance. had a total (undepreciated) value of $301 ,476.50. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: 1"0 additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. -- ; !..> Ii 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 Forest Glen, Phase 1 B. 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 COLLIER COLNTY r:;' Item Number: Item Summary: '<"I ()VC('",' t~I' .,.;)1' ','0'1 F"',;,' 18 Meeting Date: -,r.;, Approved By n",,,,,,'..E r..UG". '-',E ::;:; t_. S ~ '9! "'" ,', ,-)" ,.. C"'.I i c"~, :), 'c;ct~, r U"tF 1;.' D~. 'c,;;pr.,.".r il ::::::L"" "(:"'i"'HII1~ SarVIC",', 2}19/2:Jt'.:1L',5fP' [!lv,r,'nm,,,t;I ApprOVNI By : ii,,,\, ".;~t"" c",c,,,t,,,,,,,. l.',,,r,,-.ger ":nL P":.Jli- '!lillt;~;' ..... .)~C, 3.-1~,';I'.;T '~;,I" Approved Fly "au! "'~tta'Ld' \"';;1!'" D"'~~\",' r'Jl~ FlJljI,,~ Uli!)l'o~ \",~t'" ~/ 1 ~','2: ',.': -, 'I :;;' I'.N '\IJpr(O\'edlly ri,"'"'' ::;1'.-,,_ ',;tllJ "ll elf' ",: (, ~"')" 't i', "'Y'l""-"S 1':.1'.;[,,, ,",,~ "ppn,,'ed B~ '\PI'I'i" (,d B~ \1'1'1''''('11 U, '\pl'ton'(] II) \ppn'\'l'd B, \pprnnd B_, \1'1'1'..",-<1 I\.> \l'pn'l'ed 11\ 7676 Jean Boulevard Fort Myers, Florida 33912 . . ~])))I %JlD.- PROJECT: FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, PHASE 1-8 VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST - POTABLE WATER Description 10" DR18 C900 WATERLINE 10" DR14 C900 WATERLINE 10" MJ GATE VALVE WITH BOX 10x10 TAPPING SLEEVE. VALVE & 80X FIRE HYDRi',NT ASSEMBLY P::RMAN::NT BACTI SAMPLE POINT 3" PVC WATER CONDUIT MISCELLANEOUS MJ F!TT!',GS POTABLE WATER MAIN TOTAL Quantity 4833 320 3 1 12 5 1760 1 Unit LF LF EA EA ::A EA LF I~ Unit Price $ 14.50 $ 16.00 $ 950.00 $ 3.60000 $ 1.800.00 $ 65000 $ 4.00 $ 2.50000 Phon':!: 941-437-8854 FaX#: : ii41-43;--8864 Total $ 70,07850 $ 5,120.00 $ 2.850.00 $ 3,600.00 $ 21.600.00 $ 3.250.00 $ 7.040.00 $ 2.600.00 $ 116,138.50 7676 Jean Boulevard Fort Myers, Florida 33912 . . ~])J)I %Jtm.- PROJECT: FOREST GLEN OF NAPLES, PHASE 1-B VERIFICATION OF FINAL COST - SANITARY SewER SYSTEM Description Quantity Unit Unit Price Total LIFT STATION #2 (COMPLETE) 1 EA $ 48,200.00 $ 48.20000 8" 03034 PVC SEWER MAIN 0'-6' 2668 LF $ 13.00 $ 34.684.00 8" 03034 PVC SEWER MAIN 6'-8' 1344 LF $ 14.50 $ 19.48800 8" D3034 PVC SEWER MAIN 8'-10' 678 LF $ 18.00 $ 12,204.00 SANITARY MANHOLE 0'-6' 9 EA $ 1,100.00 $ 9,900.00 SANITARY MANHOLE 6'-8' 6 EA $ 1,250.00 $ 7,500.00 SANITARY MANHOLE 8'-10' 4 EA $ 1,450.00 $ 5,800.00 SANITARY MANHOLE 10'-12' 2 EA $ 1,650.00 $ 3300.00 6" SEWER LATERALS 3228 LF $ 8.00 $ 25,824.00 6" CLEANOUT ASSEMBLY 114 EA $ 6000 $ 6,84000 4" OR18 C900 FORCE MAIN 1598 LF $ 6.00 $ 9,588.00 4" OR14 C900 FORCE MAIN 180 LF $ 7.00 $ 1.260.00 4" CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY 1 EA $ 750.00 $ 750.00 TOTAL SANITARY SEWER: $ 185,338.00 !i-:::iTi ".i~) '_'~",~J Phdna'941":'377.8854 FaX#: :ii)/1-~37-8864 f[i ',L 7 ~< ? ~ :;T! " t1 t !] /~~ /-L_L. " , , I ! /! : : .~- :::'/L_i.);_~:::; . / I . "~! -,~!,: /' .., , .'" I:-~",~).'::~ _.\:~ /i '" ~ i :L-f1 '.' "H"I ' '!, : ~ / I ~ I : i -:-Ji: lilEJ !r~.~~.'::j.i i ~~ I II c-?'_ "---=-'; I ,~" I 1_~l~J_ ~ ~ -- .' ~ , .. ~~~~.:r_,:.:_o ~ < " ~ z ~ " ~ U " ,I. I"~" a... <l: L UJ I- en co "" -- ~, ~ , ! -r- I i ~ J Q) (/) CO .!:: 0.. -". c.9 Ul ~ I 0' l.L I a.. <l: ::E: z o I- <l: u 0' ,I --I I! i j 'J>,.',c.L;no, - T ~;IN ,'" ! . ~ r.: " L' -r 'I' I z o w- ~~ <nU " u ....-of.; ,~'''.. ,~", , ,,-'- '\ , I " I. '\ f I, I . I' '-j~~g,' - L- ~ '1 ~~l I ~ ~ I ...1 'J..'::J 1- ~ .. -- ~I ., ,\ - _u'~'-LJ I~r," , __, --I' '[ .. "",""1 ! 'I /N,"lil.~t~~r-~ '-1 '_r ~'J ! '.J;...,.~..'i." j'-' ,I ;i", I';m -, I, ~-l . . . ___ ~-=-_~,~,', : i~..:^~,=~c";'~~r=-:~,,~"I'-~':::-'_"'~ ..------,:d- ." .. ~" .....~.__nu ~ ) . - .",- ,--.::. ~ ','O:t;"",,:_ '--.. -j Ii Jl-J: ll~ i / U :>! I ". ,."\,\ . rJ , !~. i, i";I' ~. ".""\ ~'I~!l ,ll ',. \; ....,~ ...f-;--C'I ~.: c"""'" r-'\JL(UJ I ..::.... ". \ ~~ '~~~T i ~ ; ".~":I'"r'"" I i "1 ," ,-- , i__...J '--I I ~ I '----' i I ,';,Je~:da it~rn No. 16";6 - ~~ ~rlr'- '" '. L-v'~1 { 1 CJf 4 ,-- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve for recording the final plat of "Manchester Square Unit 1" OBJECTIVE: To approve for recording the final plat of "Manchester Square Unit 1 ", a subdivision of lands located in Section 12, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. following the alternative procedure for approval of subdivision plats pursuant to Resolution 99-199. CONSIDERATIONS: Engineering Review Staff has completed the review of the construction drawings, specifications, and final plat of "Manchester Square Unit 1". These documents are in compliance with the County Land Development Code and Florida State Statute No. 177. All fees have been paid. There are no required subdivision improvements associated with this plat. Engineering Services Department recommends that the final plat of "Manchester Square Unit 1" be approved for recording. FISCAL IMPACT: .-- The County will realize revenues as follows: Fund: Community Development Fund 131 Agency: County Manager Cost Center: 138327 -- Engineel'ing Project Review Revenue generated by this project: Total: $1030.00 GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The developer must receive a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities prior to the issuance of the construction plan final approval ietter. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: There are nc outstanding enVIronmental issues. . HISTORiCALfARCHA::::OLOGICAL HflP ACT: 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. - ~. \ ' i LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed and approved the plat and associated legal documents for legal sufficiency. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve the final plat of "Manchester Square Unit 1" for recording. PREPARED BY: John Houldsworth. Senior Engineer, Engineering Review Department :.:.-~ UVO~ ""lS~"",n --~ ~~' Ie M ' i : Ii I " ' " ! , z .,0 !::'< 000 o ~ .:. r- .1 II 0,.0>1 "0l.s9~^1-' 010 = 2; < '" " :lJ ::I; <( INj~l'Vl -"'d, ~~ t lNll"lSv,"'d, l . ~ , " ~ o . ~ I! . , " , t "IY~<' 0\ IO~ z- I ~~ \ ,__._...J__~()"N""l()-' Ii ! I --=-_ ~-'if--- ,I gi I g" ----=-~I", gl ~~~ ,.~,_C- _" I'! 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" 0 w' -' _ _ ~~~ ___ ___ -1r"'L~- C., I' \ \ ", ~""'I' ~ g~[ :!;(~j;t".,;::,--- ' .~"i,i ~,._ r - ~i." '" "."",~ l~ ! '0 -;- I' " ", -I! ' " L , ~ <.- ,1 ~~..-iII\ Yl<""..... .,u III I" "" I' ,; >:Ji .,/ 'I !l'!i; ~~ O~~"Tlnon ~:; ~ i ~, "'- '~ :;;~ '" ~ "- -', In ..JJ 0.. <( L L1J l- e/) W '" < => <> '" '" W' >-, ~: o z <<; :::, , a.. I ~, Ll Zl o f- ~ U o ....J COLLIER COl"fr\ Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: I'n'pan'd B~ \k '.WI"" tiC,"~:;' ~-" '\.I'/)I"o\'('<llh , ~ . lTl" ~,..,.:,,,' ,::O'cn- \ppro\ ~d 11.\ ""Ie: '-'I, .\ppnl\('d n., \Pl'p,,,,,'d H\ \Pi'I-..vul H\ \pl"-'''rdll., \1'1''-'''TIII': r-- I'~ -:t ;:['::J_ "'-:".Q 0 ',1,,- :) .;n z= ~ E'~ CL !"< '" "0 C QJ 0> -0: - -- , I ~ "., 1 --.-J iJ " , , . . =P=T Q.~aTIlL \ ' I ~: , , I , ! 'f i I 6 1 ~~ ., - -' - -, -~._-_.~:;- ------.---- jl I , " ^ , / ;/ /1 1/ ," ./ " U // </ a L ffi I ~ I', 'I . \ I -_L ------------L, II "'Y""".'j(lN /~_ -. 'I'."~'\~ , ;::f, ~ ~~ i lij': i' II 1 -<>.~ '1/::YI} \ l) I"'" < ' " ' ,,, U,'" / 'I J ,r " . I ' I ~ ~ -+ "'\, 't." /;.", ': 'II' . ,fl: I j ['-_" ~\/h '''//1 I <c' ,0 I I ~._-;,:,;~; 1 (;.-c=.)"--=-----~--=:...~.:::::=..==-I:(~ __ I __ ~ ,,~;/ I '--'-1_ 11"bll!~-~-=---- ~ jl_r\, ~'-~~ - -- ,"1/; , " OllVt"'oa"~'llO~ ~!r L-_: : ~;r,-~~~-T -'"',~-- ---1..____ ~~ ~. ~_' ' I. ..../(;")j : ;:'; ~ -~i~( I' . :, 1 If/. c-'-) . ,,<' .. . '" I' '________-- . "-, I" ~ ; , ,--.C ;---.:---------;1' "'v- '~ \ '" ~r 'c ,,-," I . " - ~. -, ~e. -~,..;,;.;~ ~'f //,'l.~ __,--'"r wo~v~noa w';;< -----"------ ____ ~ // - ,,~ 1:1 V>JVlllMl"HIVS ~Ili:~ --r--'-~ ~- " [, 'I" c 1 '~"\'%1 -~ --0-----' t~ "" ~~ ::! g '0 ',/ *~~7fL-..J f~ I I - .~~ ~_::: ':; /' ~"!jtB1j ~~ ~r , GVOl-'''lI'''''~jNrlOC', t, I _ i I .,//.' . " .,.'" ,~ ~ ----=-- - '~~ //. I ;<c. ;:d;tI /-'"' '.' .' I. /1 /~/.,', I .,'-' ..,~ 1 f' ~ r---::~' ,,'I v',..----~---~".:~~-1.L. - I ~. ~. ,,:: I" I "' J 1:-; -\ '- .' ~'~€~ ~ '-' ~'>'/ 'I -;: ~'. '0 41 ,.~~;;/ <. 1 r ~~ "-.l~""/ :=JL{C0U '';/ .,.. ___~!________ I - /;~r--- l , ..<<, , '~'~I'- ///. I! 11 ~~ 52 ,; 5 , :::~ ~1J ~ ~ if' i! ~~ : 8 1 ~ :-.-.. .1 c r I .~ ':./ .1 //-'--< f--- , ( ( I . I I I I " ~' I ~~ a.. <{ L UJ I- (j) !,;!, ;;; ;;;1 5: oj .11 ~I 51 I CL <( :E: z o I- <( u o ....J ~ ~. ,.," .c: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve for recording the final plat of "Lipari-Ponziane Tract GC-5 Replat". OBJECTIVE: To approve for recording the final plat of "Lipari-Ponziane Tract GC-5 Replat", a subdivision of lands located in Section 32, Township 50 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida, following the alternative procedure for approval of subdivision plats pursuant to Resolution 99- 199. CONSIDERATIONS: Engineering Review Staff has completed the review of the construction drawings, specifications. and final plat of "Lipari-Ponziane Tract GC-5 Replat". These documents are in compliance with the County Land Development Code and Florida State Statute No. 177. All fees have been paid. There are no required subdivision improvements associated with this plat. Engineering Services Department recommends that the final plat of "Lipari-Ponziane Tract GC- 5 Replat" be approved for recording. FISCAL IMPACT: 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: :;;1020.00 GROWTH rv'iANAGEfv'IE:NT IMPACT: The developer must receive a Certificate of Aoeouate Public Facilities pI-lor to the issuance of the construction plan final approval letter. ENVIRONM:::NTAL iSSUES: There are no outs\alldin';1 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 shaii 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 "Lipari-Ponziane Tract GC-5 Replat" for recording. PREPARED BY: John Houldsworth. Senior Engineer, Engineering Review Department COLLIER COUNTY "l;~,," ;~:!,1:'1: :;,:)1-,' Item Number: '"',',,'-rr, t-,..; tr, Item Summary: .11>1:, v' -..-;-.131 Meeting Date: cr.} Prepared By ,':Jhr,tbulw'wc.-"jl ""nlo',," DJte -:"r""",I,;tvIJel,uuom",:& "r,"llcmmr>m"l: b;-,q""'''I"In[;;er'_','','r. ';i::CZ[!: . ;: St r, i\~ '\pprrl\'etl By -'!lOm,,', C. V,'-',~,i D" :::l'''.~, [It;:W'''''~''''>; Ser-..";(" ~,''-'};:;l"r Li~18 r""",r".I";')' ~"." 'c'pmC",,, C:J~';S 00""""""",, . "'~"'.'l"''' 3'/(;,2,1;)71:'44PI',\ enl','on',,,.";'" ,,,,VI~'" ApprowdB) T'/;,n;-nc ,:"',"Jrl X~~L-'WC ",.,,;r" V.\to ',.,r,nlu,;;'" -"""'1 ,,},nU1' & C.'J'1H'lW' ie, ~,,,.,, L,.rmH" (;. ~'" ,"C'-""." . '''''', ""n'3"-","Vlr\ I'"""", ~<, :('r,~ ',o.;c ~',rf ,\pl'ro,'eu By ;'",,, :~ "'(,,;,t,~.,, "':n' ,;'l1' L'"' '-'8'\1: \pprnH'd II.' -\l'prnnd Ih '-\1'1',-,,\(-,) ll) \pl'ro\'rd II.' ~' , ,. U".u '='Yi7 ~ or 4 :i.:~:i: h.;() EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the Release and Satisfaetions of Lien for payments reeeived for the following Code Enforcement aetions: Kite King's Lake, LLC and Crieket Lake Apartment, LLC. OBJECTIVE: To approve execution and recording of the Release and Satisfactions of Lien, acknowledging compliance and recovelY of fines and fees related to prosecution of Code Enforcement matters. CONSIDERATIONS: Reference Owner of Record Propert)' Address Lien Amount CEB 2005-34 Kite King's Loke. LLC 4842 Davis Blvd, Naples. FL $700.39 34112 CEB 2006-03 Cticket Lake Apartment, I.LC 70] Cricket Lake Drive. Naples, $767.51 FL 34 1 ] 2 TOTAL $1.467, "0 ~ FISCAL IMPACT: Costs incurred by the County arc costs of recording the Release and Satisl'actions of LieD estimated to be $10.00 per release, totaling $20.00, which is budgeted and available in the cunent fiscal year Cocle Entllrcel11ent budget. GROWTH MANAGEME'\T 1\IPACT: This request will have no impact on the COllntv's Growth Management Plan. LEGAL CONSIDERATION: This request has been reviewed f{)r k!;:.:d sufficiency and ha:..; nc) outstanding legal cOI1siJerations. RECOMMENDA TlO": That the Board of County Commissioners approve the Release and Satisfactions elf Lien. PREPARED BY: Bendisa Marku, Operations Cllll,'din81e','. Code Enfo!'cemcl1l ~ Rev 12/()6 COLLI[ll COt:~TY IlemNumber: Item Summary: _C''''''_''I'', r'''h'_'c.,~ ",'i,ill" Meeting Date: .1,,1 ;\pprllvl'd II) r.f;nr"""~ StPW,,,'l E.X.";;l)~1'j(., ,,"cm~dry [:l,A,., ':;""WI,mit,. D':.',- :IUTM."'" I;. ~:c"nn,ur 't, lkv'-,i'rJnlC'" Ie:,! ",,1 ~-n'-'In'r:m('nl'" -',,, ~[' ;,'.'f''''' Appr\lved B} iud,' PUlg :)p<J"tlOf!:- :i"~;VS: 1,0\2 :>,m"".:n:lj' :Jev"!,,prra:,,'; I> .. e,m"",,,',t,, D"v(;'-,,'nwnti:. ,.'.n"'I'~n'n"<'l.~! ; F l>vrr'_'''''''.'''1DI ;>~r-Jt~(" r\d"",., 3.'T,,~I)[j~ 10 42 f\r"1 "ppfl,,'cdlly M,{;',cll-:- ,,,lwdc~,Atll(!'0 ~c>d!.' c:n'()c:'c"y".-n'. ,lirc"!,,, f'~\(' -'I\nl~'" "," - ",t.l")~'" Appn'\'l'd fly ,:"!;"" -,Jc i."'-' "','" 'I'!: :,,-r'" Al'l'roV('d B~ "l'l'roH'd 11., -\I'I',",,,'('d II, ThlS Instrument prepared bY' Jeff E. Wright AssIstant County .~ttorncy 2800 N. Horseshoe D~ivc, Ste 301 Naples, Flunda 34104 (239) 213-2939 RELEASE AND SATISFACTION OF LIEN This is to certiry that the claim of lien arising out of the Order of the Code Enforcement Board dated November 20,2006, a certified copy of which was recorded on November 22, 2006 in O.R. Book 4142, Pages 3529-30, of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, against the following described real property, and all other real and personal property located in Collier County, owned by Kite King's Lake, LLC, has been discharged in full: 4842 Davis Blvd. K.ugs Lake Plaza Naples. FiOlida Folio No. Cost: Reference: 52853280(J09 P(J03Q Case No: l005-34 The undersigned is authorized to and does hereby release this lien 25 to the whole of the above-described real property, and all other real and personal property owned by I:ite King's Lake, LLC, and consents to this lien being discharged of record. Dated this __ day of . lOCi7. !I TTEST DW1GHT E. BROCK. Cierk BOARD OF COl-:\"TY COMMISSJO\iERS COLUER COUJ','T\'. FLORIDA D... ~}. By: , Deputy Clerk .:A.MES COLETTA. CK"ri\lV:.~ AjJpro\'~d 2S 10 form and iegal sufficiency: ( JefflE. 'right Assilyint County Attorney This instrument prepared by: JeffE. Wnght Assistant County Attorney 2800 N. Horseshoe Drive, SIC 301 Naples, Florida :'4]04 (239) 213-2939 RELEASE AND SATISFACTION OF LIEN This is to certify that the claim of lien arising out of the Order of the Code Enforcement Board dated November 20, 2006, a certified copy of which was recorded on November 22, 2006 in O.R. Book 4142, Pages 3533-34 of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, against the following described real property, and all other real and personal property located in Collier County, owned by Cricket Lake Apartment, LLC, Registered Agent, Robert Doyle, Jr., Naples-Lawdock, Inc., Registered Agent Robert Doyle, Jr., and successor entity Bayshore Properties, LLC, has been discharged in full. 70 I Cricket Lake Drive Naples, Florida Folio No. Cost: Reference: 61841280002 $767.51 Case No: 2006-03 The undersigned is authorized to and does hereby release this lien as to the whole of the above-described real property, and all other real and personal property owned by Cricket Lal:e Apartment LLC, Nap1es-Lawdock, Inc., and Bayshore Properties, LLC, and consents to this lien being discharged of record. Dated this day of _ 2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK. Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTl', FLORIDA By: By: , Deputy Clerk JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN Approved as to fom1 and legal SI1 ficicnc)': - right ant County Attorney .! ., 6;2 I, 00 . ~~ ! , -m 00 z.... I r ! 0 Ii (') l> -I - 0 Z 3: l> !! ""'0 %1 , , ~ ..... -- "".,) 'I , ! . , I ' I ! , I i ! , " '1 ! I .... ! " l> ill I -L I / k(lTTOIC>U Ei 0'" ~ ~:::j . om ! z ! , ~ , 0 C/) - -I I'T1 3: l> ""'0 ......-t ~ ... ::z.<3 ~<3 0-.) .. ]::::3 ~"2,,;T: 1\J. 1'531 U.2:];]7 10110 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve two (2) Adopt-a-Road Program Agreements with four (4) recognition signs at a total cost $300.00. OBJECTIVE: To approve for execution by the Board of County Commissioners Agreements signed by the volunteer groups of certain adopted roadways under the Collier County Adopt-a- Road program. CONSIDERATIONS: That the volunteer groups so named be recognized as the sponsors oflhe particular segment of roadways named in the Agreements, to perfom1 litter removal in accordance with instructions contained in the Agreements. FISCAL IMPACT: The County is responsible for acquiring and erecting recognition signage at either end of the roadway segment. The cost of each sign is $75.00. Staff expects to install four (4) new signs at a total cost of $300.00. Program expenses are budgcted in the Transportation Services Fund 10], .~ RECOMMEND!\. TIO": That the Board of County Commissioners recognizes the volunteer Groups: Black Bear Road Group and Gabe, the Granite Guy. as the sponsors 01' the listed roadways and that the Board of C()unl\, Cml1missioners authori/c its Chainmm 10 c"ccU\e two (1) Agrecments on behalf of Collin Cpunty. Prepared by: Erin M Hall. Administrative Secretary, Road &. Bridge Maintenance Depmimcnt Attachment: Agreements (1) - COLLIER COlJ'iT\ ".::,1',-- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: ,Wi.,:T, I J,'~'_:~' """':"')1 I.c.u: -r..; Pre-I'll red By t:rEn ~:~II i..:;r"",,,';'~',,V(' [:;';1<, angr:ond".;nSprv][:f'5 i',,~d ~1;m'I" '''''C'; >2b,'2()(;,-'2:,;cic!{ Al'l'rl>\cd B~ '0<11"'''0' ,," ~~J' "(0"'"'''' "U:>C.'llnt"r, :;m1 n"t" j","''';':Jrtn'",,,,,,;c...'''N. h,;hV,,'r 3?,i,'20Q" ~~i, nl~ Approvcd By [-,er"'~, 'Hip' ~,<::F' 1:"1"1 l)GI1.~tlol1t"j'W}";\"I'1'nl,.lr,:or [,ilt., ,,,,,,,;cmZI S(.'r,"cc'. ,-""," r,,"",~t;"r c. ".{.'d:1'''' 2,'27i;!,'C71'490'ri Approved By ,-",. r,>';nur, -,.'),',"t," ",d"'; ,\(.> ...,,,,., !.,'.::h' \Pl'r"n'dll} -\pl'l'ond II~ '\1'1',-,,\'('<1 B~ \l'l'n"eu II., \lfI'TIlH'd B) COLLIER COUNTY ADOPT-A-ROAD PROGRAM AGREEMENT Terms and Conditions lb. TflIS COLLIER COUNTY ADOPT-A-ROAD AGREEMENT entered into this~rJ day of ~, 20~ by and between Collier County (hereinafter the "COUNTY"), and the volunteer group, BLACK BEAR ROAD GROUP ,(hereinafter the "GROUP"), whose address is 525 Barefoot Williams Road, Lot # 166, Naples, Florida 34113. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the COUNTY and the GROUP reeognize the need and desire for litter-free roads., and enter this Agreement to pennit the GROUP to contribute toward the effort of safely maintaining a litter-free Collier County; and WHEREAS, by signature below. the GROUP agrees to adopt the segment of roadway kno\\n as BAREFOOT \VILLlAMS ROAD. from Victoria Falls to Price Street . (the ",\doptcd Roadway"). acknowledges the hazardous nature of picking up litter. and agrees to the fnllo\ving l:3nnS and conditions: A. THE GROUP SHALL: Obey and abide by all laws und regulations relating to safety on the Adopted Roadway. Perfonn litter removal on the Adopted Roadway in accordance with the Florida Depurtment of Transportation's Accident Prevention Manual. Safe Field Practices, tbe Florida ] " Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), and the Florida Department of Transpol1ation Design Roadway and Standard Index 60] and 602 (6] 0 for interstate). all of which !w this reference are incorporated herein. 3. Only allow such p~rS0ns l() pruiicipme as are determined hy the GROCP to be responsible enough to sur.:ly participate in litt~r rcnlO\'2.1 activities. Participants must be ut l~ast 14 ycursJf age and the GROUP sball provide at least one adult supervisor for every:; minors participatmg in the litter rcnlo\"a1. J~here snaIl at all tin1CS be at least on~ person 18 years of age or older who is on site and res;xlnsihk for supen'ising dl litter removal activities. with no one at the Sil(" under the age of 14 for any L.::aSOI1. 4. Conduct at least t\l\'O safety procedure n1~etings per year for its participating 111Cn1bers. Participants must sign the hold harmless agreement provided by the COUNTY. and attend a . , . ' , ,~' ;::~ safety meeting conducted by the OROLP before participating in a cleanup activity pursuant to this Ah'Teement. 5. Call the Collier County Adopt-A-Road contact and set up dates and times for their safety meetings. 6. RG'l11ove litter during daylight hours only, in good weather conditions only. 7. Pick up litter on one side of the road at a time. 8. Not pick up litter at construction sites, in tunnels, on bridges or over-passes, and on mcdians, Dr where otherwise hazardous to do so. 9. Park all vchicles well clear ofthc Adopted Roadway, at least 20 feet from the edge of the pavemcnt. 10. Remove litter a minimum of once monthly, and whenever the appearance of the Adopted Roadway is objectionable. II. Obtain required supplies and material from the COUNTY. 12 Place traffic control signs supplied by the COeNTY during trash pickup. 13. Ensure that all participants wear COUKTY supplied or approved safcty vests at all times during the liner removal activity. The local maintenance office should be contacted to obtain safety vCits, traffic control signs and litter collection bags at least five (5) days prior to litter relTIO\'al ",ctivity and return the same when activity is complete. 14. :\)( wear clothing that will hinder the sight of participants. 15. Coordinate pickup details with the County's project coordinator at least one week prior to a pickup. 16. Place fillcd trash bags at the site for pickup and dispDsal by the COUNTY. 17. '" fter each pickup. the adopting OROUP coordinator will file a report detailing the llumhcr (If p~op]t' involved, nunlbcr of bags of litter collected, composition and estimate of recvclabk materials. and hours spent. Pre-printed forms will be furnished by the COUNTY for making the reports. and filed with the COl:>\'T\' project coordinator. ] 8. Tile OROUP is encouraged to separate recyclahle materials. All proceeds irom redemption of recyclable materia!s sha1l hecome the property ofthe Group. 19. c' ,used materials and supplies furnished hy the COUNTY shall be returned to the COU""T" within two workdays following cleanup or, with COU1\'TY coordinator's pennission, be retained by the GROUP during the term of this Agreement. 2 .- :)!- B. THE COUNTY SHALL: 1 , Provide safety vests, trash bags, pickup sticks, and traffic control signs. 2. Provide GROUP with an outline pertaining to safety regulations. 3. Remove the filled trash bags as soon as possible after the pickup. 4. Remove litter from the Adopted Roadways only under unusual circumstances, i.e., to remove large, heavy or hazardous items. 5. Construct and place a roadside sign stating that the GROUP is responsible for keeping the arca free oflitter. C. TERM OF AGREEMENT: This is a month-to-month. at-will ab'Teement, terminable by either pany, with or without cause, on 30 days written notice to the other party. This Ab'Teement creates no rights or interest. If. in the sole judgment of the COWlty Project Coordinator, it is fOllnd that the GROUP is not meeting thc tcrms and conditions of this Agreement. the COUNTY may temcinale this Agreemcnt effective immediately. The COUNTY reserves the right to modi!) or cancel the program at any time. Upon the termination of this Agreement by either p,my. the GROUP will immediately return ali Count~-owned materials to the COllnty project coordinator. D. HOLD HARMLESS CLACSE: The GROUP covenants and agrees that it will indemnify and hold harmless Collier County and its officers. agents and employees from any claim, loss, dumagc. cost. charge or expense arising out of any act. action. neglect or omission by the Group or by am person performing litter removal as part of the GROUP dnring the performance of the Agreement. whether direct or indirect. and whether to any person or propeny to which Collier County or said parties may be subject. except that neither GROUP nor any of its membc'rs shall bc liable lIndcr this provision for damages arising out of injury or damage to persons or property dirccth callsed or reslIl1ing from the sole negligence of Collier COllnly. and its officers. employees or agents. E. NO ASSIGNMENT: This Agreement is non-transferable and non-assignable in whole or in pan withollt the prior \vnttcn consent of Collier County. o :-~€:."rn 'J:'I' i r, "-~(;(": 7 '-, --:" F. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS: This Agreement is the full and complete agreement between the parties, and may not be modified except by a writing signed by both parties. Any and all prior understandings between the parties, either oral or written, with respect to the matters set forth above, have been incorporated and merged into this Agreement, and are otherwise of no further force or effect. This Agreement is for litter removal activities only. No beautification activities are authorized by this Agreement. lK WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have caused this Ab'Teement to be executed as of the date written above. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK Clerk BOARD OF COLNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COlTNTY, FLORIDA By: By: Deputy Cjerk J ames Coletta, Chairman GROUP: 3L/le/) peAte.. "fCRJ 'fjt2cJu-F /J ... I) j"j B\'. I I ,~....,...... '-- I ,- C. " .'. I '__'V I~'/../ I.' ,...,I../vL..;!' '1/V/ , '-iame(pri~): r-:.r;Cyr7~ J!-=>W6HA-) Title (prin!): ~ 119 JP-f\o1:-1 )J Phone # (day): J;' s.' :70 J '7 Phone # (night): 77 /'. /,," j"cz, Approved as to form and] egal s f ,.j lC ': d J direy A. Assistant Conn 4 . "-":1 i :,.) = COLLIER COUNTY ADOPT-A-ROAD PROGRAM AGREEMENT Terms and Conditions #- THIS COLLIER COUNTY ADOPT-A-ROAD AGREEMENT entered into this$ day of (,; (, ~, 20r1Jby and between Collier County (hereinafter the "COUNTY"), and the vo]unleer group, GABE, THE GRANITE GUY ,(hereinafter the "GROUP"), whose address is 1880 - ] 9TH Street SW, Naples, Florida 34117. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the COUNTY and the GROUP recognize the need and desire for litter-free roads. and enter this Agreement to pemlit the GROUP to contribute toward the effort of safely maintaining a litter-free Collier County: and \VHEREAS, by signature below, the GROUP agrecs to adopt the segment of roadway known as OAKES BOULEVARD. from Vanderbilt Beach Road to Immokalee Road. (the "Adopted Roadway"). acknowledges the hazardous narure of picking up litler. and agrees to the fol]owing terms and conditions: A. THE GROUP SHALL: 1. Obey and abide by all laws and regulations relating to safcty on the Adopted Roadway. ['"rfom1 litter removal on the Adopted Roadway in accordance with the F]orida ~ Department of Transpor1ation's Accident Prevention Manual. Safe Field Practices. the Florida M'll1ual on Unifonn Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), and the Florida Department of TranSpOJ1ation Design Roadway and Standard Index 60] and 602 (6JO for interstate), all of which b\ this reference are incorporated herein. , Only allow such peroons to panicipate as are determined by the GROUP to b" responsible enough to safely participate in litter removal activities. Paniciparrts must be at least 14 vears of age and the GROUP shall provide at least one adult supen'isor for every 5 minors pal1icipat.ng in the litter removal. There shall at all limes be at least one person 18 years of age or older VJho is on site and responsible for supC"rvising all litter ren10va] activities. v.rjth no one at the site under the age of 14 for any rC2.son. 4. Conduct at least two safety procedure meetings per year for its participating members. Participants must sign the hold harmless agreement provided by the COUJ\TY, and attend a il':='l "J:-' !':::j t ,:'~"i! 5. Call the Collier County Adopt-A-Road contact and set up dates and times for their safety meetings. 6. Remove litter during daylight hours only, in good weather conditions only. 7. Pick up litter on one side of the road at a time. 8. :t-;ot pick up litter at construc60n sites, in tunnels, on bridges or over-passes, and on medians. or where otherwise hazardous to do so. 9. P:rrk all vehicles well clear of the Adopted Roadway, at least 20 feet from the edge of the pavement. 10. Remove litter a minimum of once monthly, and whenever the appearance of the Adopted Roadway is objec60nable. 11. Obtain required supplies and material from the COl7NTY. 12 Place traffic control signs supplied by the COlJl'i'TY during trash pickup. 13. Ensure that all par1icipants wear COUJ\TY supplied or approved safety vests at all times during the litter removal ac6vity. The local maintenance office sbould be contacted iD obtain safety ve:;ts, traffic control signs and litter collection bags at least Dve (5) cays prior 10 litter rem,)\'a] "ctivity and return the same wben activity is complete. 14. "'ot wear clothing that wil1 hinder the sight of participants. 15. Coordinate pickup details with the County's project coordinator at least one week prior to a pickup 16. Place filled trash bags at the site for pickup and disposal by the COln'iTY. 17. After each pic1:up, the adopting GROUP coordinator will file a report detailing the numbcr c,f people involved, number of bags of litter col1ected, composition and estimate of recyciobk materials. and hOUTS spent. Pre-printed forms wil1 be fumished by the COUl'\TY for T!laking L}-le reports, and filed witb the COCNTl project coorciinator. J 8. The GROUP is encouraged to separate recyclable materials. AJJ proceeds from redcmpti:,n of recyclable materials shall become the properry of the Group. 1 (). Lmscd materials and supplies fumished by the COUC\TY shall be retumed to the COl'l\TY within two workdays fc,l1owing deanup or. with COU]"T'r' coordinato;-'s pemlission, be Tetained hy the GROlJP during the term of11i8 As.'Teernent. 2 ,I' ',' "'r,r _'=)..-;.~. L j' B. THE COUNTY SHALL: I, Provide safety vests, trash bags, pickup sticks, and traffic control signs, 2, Provide GROUP with an outline pertaining to safety regulations, 3, Remove the filled trash bags as soon as possible after the pickup, 4, Remove litter from the Adopted Roadways only under unusual circumstances, I.e" to remove large, heavy or hazardous items, 5, Construct and place a roadside sign stating that the GROUP is responsible for keeping the area lrec oflitter. C. TERM OF AGREEMENT: This is a month-to'month, at,will ai,'l'eement terminable by either party, with or without cause, on 30 d2YS wrinen notice to the other party, This Agreement creates no rights or interest If in the sole judgment of the County Project Coordinator, it is round that the GROUP is not meeting the terms and conditions of this Af.'Tcement the COtTNTY may terminate this Agreement elTccti\e immediately, The COUNTY reserves the right to m(>dif~' (J:' cancel the program at any time, Upon the termination of this Agreement by either partv, the GROUP will immediately return all County-o\\TIcd materials to thc County project coordinator. D. HOLD HARMLESS CLAUSE: Thc GROUP covenants and agrees that it \vill indcnmify and hold harmless Collier County and its officers. agents and emplo:'ees from any daim, loss. damu~e_ cost. charge or c~~pense arising OUl of any act aClion_ neglect or o:11ission hy the Group or by an~\- p~rson performing litter [CillOyaJ as part of the GROl.:P during th~ p~rfomlance of the /\.green1cnL \\'hethcr direct or indirect. and whether to any person or propeny to \vhich Collier Coumy ('r suid pa:-tics may be subject. except that neither GROUP nor any of its mcmhcrs shall be liuhlc under this provision for damages arising out of injury or damage to persons or property directly causej Of fesulting from th'2 sole negligence of Collier County_ and iL, officets_ employees or agents. 1 ;.c--;, ~ 6C: , .c. \.-~; ': _~ -::' j " C' E. NO ASSIGNMENT: This Agreement is non-transferable and non-assignable in whole or in part without the prior written consent of Collier County. F. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS: This Agreement is the full and complete agreement between the parties, and may not be modified except by a writing signed by both parties. Any and all prior understandings between the parties, either oral or written, with respect to the matters set forth above, have been incorporated and merged into this Agreement, and are otherwise of no further force or effect. This Agreement is for litter removal activities only. No beautification activities are authorized by this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed as of the date written above. !\ TTEST DWIGHT E. BROCK. Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMM1SSlONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA By:_ By: Deputy Clerk James Coletta. Chairman GROUP: GABE. THE GRANITE GUY By::;c;,t)rk \ feJ\il.. Name (print): c&..l:.ri '+- 'Pen",- Title (print): i"~P;,;b",- Phone # (day): ,2.:N.;.<'?f{.S'i')J__ Phone # (nightJ;.2]~7~J: ;?3zr Approved as 10 fonn and legal 'it+f;C c ': i , ------~ Jeffrev A. KJatzl!t. Assistant Coum ~ttorney A I c~-:-n !'Jc.) : ~~ 3:2 l[l 2C{)i i of -i 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to award Bid #07-4119 "Livingston Road Phase 1, 2, 3 (Radio Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) and Phase 5 (Immokalee to the Collier/Lee County Line) Annual Landscape Maintcnance Contract" to Commercial Land Maintcnance in the base amount of $359,596.10 (Projects #600714, 620715 & 650414). OBJECTIVE: Award Bid #07-4119 "Livingston Road Ph. I, 2, 3 (Radio Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) and Ph. 5 (Immokalee to the Collier/Lee County Line) Annual Landscape Maintenance Contract" to Commercial Land Maintenance to maintain approximately ten miles of landscaping and in'igation. CONSIDERA TIONS: On February 5, 2007 the Purchasing Dcpmiment sent out 72 notices for the Livingston Road Phase I, 2 and 3 (Radio Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) and Phase 5 (lmmokalee Road to the Collier/Lee County Linc)Annual Landscape Maintenance Contract. On February 20, 2007 a mandatory pre-bid meeting was held. On February 28,2007 ten (]O) bids wcre upened. StafTrevicwed the bids and found that the three bids were non-responsi\'c and recommends awarding the Bid #07-4119 to the apparent, lowest. qualiiied bidder, Commercial Land Maintenance in the amount of $359.596.10. ~ Bidder Advanced Lawn and Landscaping Commcrcial Land Maintcnancc Green Heron Landscapes Greenwerx Gronndskeepiug Ground Zero Landscaping Snpedor Landscaping Valley Crest Landscape Vila & Son United Landscape Garden Leaders Corpo['ation Base Bid $430,]94,]0 $359,596,](1 $379,469.](1 Non-Responsive $667,049.40 $481,882.40 $843.296.1 0 $443,528.64 Non- Responsive Non-Responsive FISCAL IMPACT: Funds i,'r this contracl are available within the FY 07 Landscape Fund (I ]2) which receives an :lI1nual tr:Jnsi'cr b'om MSTD General Fund 1] Ito olTset capital and maintenance cxpensc._~,nl'r rcquir,:d modifications to o:istjng Purcbase Orde;'s, sufiicient budget wi]] exist \Iithin project 6i)0714 (Li\ ingslnn Road - Radio Road to Pille Ridge Road): project 62li715 ! Li,ingston Road. Pine Ridge Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) and: project. C5li414 (ij,'ingslon Road - lmmokalee Ruad - County Line) to fund this contract. GROWTH MANAGE.ME],;T IMPACT: There lS no growth management impact associated with this Executive Summarv. - (.._..' RECOMME'\'DA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners award Bid #07-4119 "Livingston Road Phase L 2 and 3 (Radio Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) and Phase 5 (lm111okalee Road to Collier/Lee County Linc).Annual Landscape Maintenancc Contract" to C0111mcrcial Land Maintenance in the amount of $359,596.1 O. 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(iF :::'()UI~T'I :.crI1,\\lr;S<,I,EP:C IternNumber: Item Summary: tr "l~)ri;'_r' -I',e "Oell':., M.TIYV' n':, :e'''.,,''c: :r"c"<lc;pr! 'If:~\ :.CW" ,,,, C~:DII~11 E:'~~,ip~'le; t C',l;~\' ":.'.::rc c'I;: ;1'" '-'I'~ 1('.,1[>1'0 ;joc..;rTl .'It, :c;n ~W,H.:t\.G ''''(11' Meeting Date: Prepared By Sue r~ulkrwr ""';I'CHJ:>IPlm,r,n Dnt;:' L'~n"nmli!tion Ser~'N'> {.!tC'''dl,Vr:' 'l"""'-)('lt_:J":)1' t!,(!(i,.-s (:31;::( (j7 "'~" ::2 "N Allpn.\'etl By r~orn' s_ F~d" , t.1 =:P ,.. ~r I"lc'~'{>" ,';'Ii,,,'],, {,1Imn'i. ~r,~l'ar [,,,tl' Tra"~,,orwti()rtSi'lVI(;'" 1"" :sp'"Hi(;r!' "'n,~ :.Ar:."li.., (14iiDf," 1.:,0"> A~j Approved By V,a)'L.cJunqo .. ,r~'l1!: ~,c;,~nj "::d."r [,Ne Trm:snort:>tioc, S~r\'i' ";'''''-;'('"':2\:" ;,O",i'1 ",'n ~ <: 'I;i "'r.~ Approvcd By SU<O C'~ u'k"er Pon::\, '''n,' r\"tc ,-,r',; on,,:UN,S'<";C;I,' T':';' :'"n';'(l<,S '.1' H." Allpr<l\'cd By ,",,,,,,,,,.,,,"'''w" .,,( ApJlr"vcd B~ -- Appro\'ed III \pproHd B~ Appro\'ed H~ '''co' - "I- EXEcunVE SUMMARY Recommendation to authorize the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to execute the attached Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Equipment Support Grant Application, and to accept the grant if awarded OBJECTIVE: To authorize the Chairman of the Board of COllnty Commissioners (BCC) to execute the attached Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant application and to accept the grant if awarded. CONSIDERA nON: The Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Equipment Support Grant, which is to be used to help provide IUral transpOliation in Collier County, is made available each year through an application process administered by the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged. The transit bus schcduled for purchase through this grant will allow for nccdcd service adjustments to thc Immokalee Circulator. The BCC has the authority to filc this grant application. FISCAL I"1PACT: This FY08 grant request of Si"56.000.00 will require a IO(~o Local match. The local mmch amount of ~;35.600.00 will he available fi"(\111 County fund (426) Transit Enhancement FYOS budget. The local match requirement will likely increase the FY OS (ienera] cum! ((I(iJ) transl'cr to Transit Fund (4~6) by S,~5.()OO. For FY Oi. thc budgeted transfer from General Fund (00]) totaled Sc,02.30() and included S400.1 00 of expanded service connected with Sunday operations and the required local sen'ice development grant mateb connected with the Red Route. The grant award amount of $356.000.00 rckrenccd abole is a preliminary number and is subjc:t 10 chang~. In approving thi~ item. the Bee is authorizing all necessary budget amendments to rl'cci,c these grant dollars, including increment,,] grant dollars l'Cc(:i Icd ahcn'(' or bt:hnv the ta;"ge1 grant Jv\'ard. GROWTH !\1A1\'AGE!\1E!\T !MPACT: This agenda item is consistent "ith objectives 1 0 and 12 of the Growth \1anagcment Plar.. RECOM~1E',DATlO1\: That the ?'o,m! authorize the Chairman o;'th." i3CC to e',ccute the Jltachcd Shirley Conro}' Rural A.n.:a Capital .L\~;sistancc Support (Jr~mt applicatiun Jnd to apIXO\T all nccc:-;sary budget ;Jmcndmcnts t(l J\.'e':..'ivc the gr~mt dollars awarded. inclu,Jing those incremental grant dollars rcc:.;:ivccl ::hov<...' or h..:io\y the t<-lr~~~l g;"anl award. :~,"-n}' dccisiu]I to L:lll1ina1e llr olh(T\\'is~ not accept th,;: Cirant shall require this Board's prior appn}\'~d as ;Jll agcnd::l ilC:1l1. Prepared b}': Sue F:111l1-,]1,..T~ Principal pjanncr. !\l1crnali\c 'TrcUlsponation \1oues Attachment: Shirley C'cmro)' Rural /~rea Capital i\ssislance Support Ciranl :-:':'-;iT: r~C-}, iC3 'IO,2CiCi F'~J~!0; 3 c)f RESOLLTIO'\ ~O. 2007- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA. AUTHORIZING TilE CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE AND FILE AN APPLICATION FOR A SHIRLEY CONROY RURAL AREA CAPITAL ASSISTANCE Sl:PPORT GRANT FROM THE FLORIDA COMMISSION OF THE TRANSPORTATION DISADVANT.AGED IN THE AMOUNT OF $356.000. V....'HERE.AS, the Florida Commission of the Transportation Disadvantaged encourages counties to prO\ide community' transpol1ation to rural areas; and WHEREAS, Collier County desires to increase community transportation in rural arcas such as Immokalee where there is grcat demand for such services: and WHEREAS, Staff requests the Board of County' Commissioners authorize its Chairman to execute an application for a Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Assistance Support Grant from the Florida Commission of the Transportation Disadvantaged in the amount of$356,(lOO; and WHEREAS, this BOARD has the authority to execute and tile this grant application and to undertake a transportation disadvantaged service project as authorized hy Section 427.0159. rJorida Statues. and Rule 41-2, Florida Administrative Code. NOW. THERFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD THAT 1. The BO.I\RD h3S the authority 10 file this grant appiicmion. The BOARD authorizes ilS Chairman 10 i'ik amI execute the Shirley Conroy' Rural Area C:lpitul Assi"iallce SUPPoJ1 Cirani application with lhe Fio:Jrida (ulllmission ror the T l"ansporlatif1:-i Disad\'anlaged The BOARD'S Rcgistel"l"d \gem in Florida i,,: Collier County/Collier Area Transit 33tH Tamiami Trail. ,'\;aples, FL 34112 -i. Collil'r Count~ is the Commullii'~ Transportation Coordinator 5. The BOARD ,luthol"izcs its Ch<lirman to sign any ,md <Ill assurances. \\'am1ntics, certifications, Dgrcemcnh. any suhsequent amendments. C011lraC1s :ind other such do~>ul1lCnb \\'hich 111'-1) he required in connection with the uppiicmion. This Resolution ,ld()]11ed thi,,_ \OIC in flV(lr (if adoption. ,,-by of" _ 20117. afl::':' lll()tiull. ."t'cond and m:ljority "-nEST IlO'IRD or COI'.!Y CO~1MJSIO'\lcRS COLLI[R (01'': IY r'H)I([[)~ [)\':ight E Brock. Clerk l1y: By: Jilmcs COiCtlil Iwirm:111 Attest as \(' Chairm,lI1's Signaiurc (m!) :\ppro\cd ,is fl' rum: ~md Legal sufj'icicjlC) B) Scott Teach, Assistant Cou11lY Attorney' i ~e::~JTr hj::; 'j '~)S4 2007 'I of 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve a budget amendment in the amount of $6,697 from Livingston Road (Radio Road to Pine Ridge Road), project #600714 to recognize unanticipated revenue for FY 2007. OBJECTIVE: Approve a budget amendment in the amount 01'5;6.697 from Livingston Road (Pine Ridge Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) project #600714 to recogmze unanticipated revenue for FY 2007. CONSIDERATIONS: On March 5, 2007, the Alternative Transportation Modes DepaIiment received a check in the amount of 5>6,697 from developer Phoenix Assoc. of Naples through the Right-oj:Way pem1itting in lieu or the developer being responsible for the landscaping in the Right-oj~Way in the limits ortheir new Marquesa Plaza. The funds will be utilized to replace all materials damaged and or removed during the construction of tbe new driveway. FISCAL IMPACT: A budget amendment is needed to recognize $6.697 111 unanticipated revenue in the \1STD General Fund (112) project #600714 (Livingston Road. Pine Ridge Road to Vanderhilt Bcach Roadl and appropriate within tbe landscape expense line (763310). GROWTH MA"iAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve a hudget amendment to recognize unanticipated revenue from MSTD General Fund (111), project #6007 I 4 (Livingston Road. Pine Ridge Road to Vanderbilt Beach Road) and appropriate to the landscaping expense line (7()331 0). Prepared By: Liz De Leon. Pm.!ect !\"1anagcr. Departmcnt or AIlc111ative Transportation Modes - COLLIER COl':'>T\ l;,-; ::lJ vr c:,u:n ,:,r. Item Number" Item Summary: "^[)~' T'il'l \.:, ;1'~"'Ch''-'' r .1::;,1!" 'I:T,C' rl' i~',;:' 0" "'11 (' '''!,v,r,." ;::::::-- Meeting Date: Prr]lared By , :..:wL.ncn :,,,c< 't",,.,,' S0onl"I,';fGf l>~lf ;r;srnr",:.lIon:,(' i,I:" ;,:,,:...( 1'Jn,TD,,~j;w, ;''':O<l'c'r. ;\1;-:.,'2, C7 4.2i;.~', pr.-, Apl,,'ovcd B~ L_,oU' : l",n )II('-C,w"n- ,;;(,,,,,,,,,nar [;;,,~ ';-,"l'>p','r.'t:onS"rI' "", ,"-,!'",rrJ"'"'' :r,. lSUo'!~I"''' r/(Jdc~ _,'~:,,:~r!<:7 t,:,() Pi<' Approv('d B) SIO,;l ';u:n,',' '_~;;:i :,U' 11H",jiS""'H", ,I. ,,~!"&t :;;it... "" c(>(.,,,ot'UI; :"C'/lC~~ :;',"C::( ;/, .': "C p~-; ".-;cI.",-I/z'''''K'n'_'''! -\ppro\'cd II) 1:-",. ;....(,"" ""~')-.'" <i!h'" ,m", "t",;er 'no"T."" ,,'... \ppru\l.'dlh _\pl'n"eollh -\pI"-"'ed Ih -\1'1',-",,('\1 II., \l'pro\('<1I1.' '\pl'n"'eolll~ "',-.J" :tsm r~cl. 1685 iC.20D7 1 of 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board approve a funding change and budget amendment to move the Goodlette Frank Road Landscape Project from Gas Tax Fund (313) in the amount of $896,896 that was approved by the BCC on January 23, 2007 to be funded from the General Fund (001). OBJECTIVE: That the Board approve a funding change and budget amendment to move the Goodlette Frank Road Landscape Project from Gas Tax Fund (313) in the amount of $896,896 that was approved by the BCC on January 23, 2007 to be funded fi'om the General Fund (001). CONSIDERATIONS: On April 22, 2003 (Agenda Item IOC), the Board approved the "Collier County Landscape Beautification Master Plan" and detelmined that alienal and collector roadways and wet retention ponds would he landscaped. Currently, the roadway landscaping follows Transportation Engineering and Construction Management's road construction schedule and are typically landscaped fl)llowing the completion of the road construction project and are funded through Gas Tax Fund (3 I 3). Gateway Projects would be funded tiu'ough the General Fund (001) and catch up roadway projects and non roadway construction projects would be fi.mded through the MSTD General Fund (111 ). - The Board of County Commission,,'s on .January 23, :W()7 approved the landscape installation tor the Goodlette Frank ROdd project in the amount of $89(>.89610 be funded f)-om the Gas Tax Fund (313). Due to a funding shortiCdl that we are cUlTently experiencing within the) year road program. we are trying to idci1tii~' projects that are budgeted within the Gas Tax Fund that can be reallocated to other funding sources to Ii'ec up funding to be used towards road capacity projects. The Goodlette Frank Road LJndscapc project is one ofthc projects identiJicd. Approval of this funding re,'is;on would revise the landscape installation funding of Goodicttc Frank (Golden Gate Parkway to Pine Ridge Road). The cost felr installation of this project would he tr:l11sfened from General Fund Tum Back Revenue to Fund 1 12 Goodlette Frank Road Landscape. FISCAL iMPACT: A budg...:t amendment is needed to transfer funds from the General FLmd Turn Ba:k Re,'cnuc via the Constituticl!lal Officers 10 lhe MSTD Landscape Fund (1 i 2) Goodlcttc Frank Road Projec:t ()(HI!)) in the amount of S;~%.W!6. GRO\VTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Cimwth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summarv. RECOMMENDA TlO!\: That the Board apprc)\e the proposed funding change jj'om Transpor:ation Gas Tal: FUlld (e; 1 e; 11c> the General Fund Tum Back Rc\Cnuc from Comtilutional OffiCers and the necessary buJ!:!'.:l ,.imendments. ~. Prepared by: Pamela .1. Lulich. ASLA, Landscape Operations Manager, Altcmati\'e Transp0l1ation Modes COLLIER cour>n Item Number: Item Summary: 'j'; :"~, Q Meeting Dale: Prep:lT{'u ny amc,,, J . "i<~~' 1'''J.i',,~ r.; ''''tHj~' ")'.'H '~"'~!,I](";,1tWf ,',v,;,, 1"!,,,r"~~I~", ""WIC [;~ct'n:()rL t.,'""". .,",~{/,- r'r" '\ppwnd n.r [""'I..a. r'l"gg [,;rs;:tOI f-, -,~~ [-meno" ,."-Ie r'~n,;""r;;Jtl() , s<"v: i,"",'^"'\:.\'(-1:-:m'"pC'n:ali-Cl' r.1"(k,, ,,~, ,",107 '0.:;;' ;:;1/ Appruvcd n~ ,',h,""",',!,.."".,,, I"~ ~""n in:, S. ,-'''',/!' '"'' ,-;",/L'L01 -,'''V!,C' ,r:lt":"" n;:; n ~'_"rt ","5 ;:,-j" ji2V~'.v;7 7.37 :\pprnvcd B~ w, ',\,-,r;""'1, ,..'F:,;,"" .-\ppro, cd B~ .\ppn.\{.(j 11\ -\ PI' '-0 \ ,(' d II ~ \pproH'd B) \l'l'rroH'dB) \ppnn.('{j 11\ \1'1'1"....",] B~ ::-:::~rl :\10 H536 10 20U? ;:'.:~]S 1 ()f 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to endorse a project approach for replacement of failing storm water pipes of the Egret and Mockingbird Lake pipe system in the Pine Ridge Subdivision (Project No. 51(J252) including acceptance of two (2) donated drainage easements and reimbursement to Thomas and Sandra Moran for construction and material cost associated with one pipe installation estimated to be $52,8011. OBJECTIVE: To receive Board approval of the project approach, acceptance of two (2) donated drainage easements and to approve reimburse to Thomas and Sandra Moran for construction and material cost associated with installation of one stonn sewer pipe in the Pine Ridge Subdivision for an estimated sum of $52,800. CONSIDERA TIONS: County St01111watcr Staff have been working with the Pine Ridge Civic Association to identifY the deficiencies of the stonnwater management system components within the Pine Ridge Subdivision and to I,mnulate a plan to bring the systcm up to an operable state. The system consists of several lakes. several thousand feet of underground m8[31 stonnw3ter pipe, several dozen catch basins, and a system of roadside swales. The majority of the svstem components need maintenance work. In several locations old stonnwater pipes have been located which are in a state of failure and need to be replaced. The 1110st urgent need for pipe replacement is the lake interconnects system bc1\Vcen Egrct Lakc and Mockingbird Lake as well as tbe Mockingbird Lake outfall pipe Icading lI'om tbc lake to tbe Goodlette Frank Road ditch. The Egret and \1ockingbird Lake system consists ofa total of!,)ur (4) separate pipe runs varying in lengths of approximately 200 to 500 feet. Each of the !(1Ur (4) pipes is located between two Jots approximately on the COlllmon adjoining lot line. Repair of all four (4) pipe runs involves a total of eight (81 propC!1y owners. All eight propel1y owners have received a written project description and rcqu'cst for Cils':oment donation. "legotiatiolls with two of the eight (lWners are now complete and. with the Board's endorsement. r,'placemcnt of onc pipe segment can move j~)]'\,"ard. Included in the negotiation is an oller by the OW;lers of one lot, Thomas and Sandra Moran. is to completc the installation per County specificiltions using their comractor. Thc County would subsequently reimburse lb\.:' h(il11C{)\:vner. The I.:ontraclllris currently \\'orking on construction cfthe ne\v },'loran r('~;id:n,-'C. Sl<:lllsupports this pr,lje,-'l ~lpproDch as a cost s:a\,jn~s wi]] be reaIiz,cd b)' e1il11ination of mohilii~ation and restoration costs. The total cost 10 the County under this approach is cLlrrcmly estimated te, he S5:,Slj(). Insullation oftlk pipc sClbscqucnt to completion of the J\1oran residence would significantJ:;/ increase future pipe rcplaCl'mcllt c()~;ts. Thc new pipe is proposed to be instalkc1 in ali~nmei1t with the pwpenv lines Two (2) seven and one half j~)ot (71':') wide easements I' ill bc dOmllcd by cach adjacent property "wner in order [(1 provide adequate con~lruction and mainLT1~l1lCC area. Both propcrt:' O\\'11crs arc currently willinb easement gra11lors. Donation of these ca~cmCI1lS is ,1 slgnll'icanl Joc,ll contribution dcmoIlstrming ccnnmunity commitment to tbe project. Statf recommends that this approach be considered in accordance with the slonnwater improvement funding policy as it adcquately addresses the p['(lpo11ionate "share oC the burden" issue. The County contribution ,,,j]] be the cost of de,sign. construction and inspection. The cost of dcsign and inspection is S 19,250. Future improvements are expceted to follow this similar - approach and will he brought to thc Board for consideration. Proceeding with this approach on the first scgn1ent of pipe \vll1 facilitate negotiations \\'ith the remaining property owners. FISCAL IMPACT: A hudget amendment is needed to transfer $52.800 from Project No. 511411, Fund 325. Countywide Stormwater Conveyance. into Project No. 510252. Fund 325. Egret Lake and Mockingbird Lake lnterconnect Project. Source of the funds will he ad valorem taxes. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Grov:th Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners: (1 ) Endorse the staff recommended project approach for replacement of all four (4) failing storm water pipe segments that comprise the Egret and \1ockinghird Lake interconnect and outfall pipe system within the Pine Ridge Subdivision: (2) Accept donation of two (2) drainage casements with future maintenance by Collier County; (3) Approve reimbursement to Thomas and Sandra Moran for construction and material cost associated with the pipe installation estimatcd to be $52.800 (Actual COSl backup will be provided for final rcimbLlrsemcnt) (4) Appnwe the nccessal)" budget amendment Prcpilred By: JelT,Y Kunz. Principal Prcljcct \1anaf;:2L Transponation Services Di\'i~;i()n. St0!111\\'atcr )'vianLlgement Department i,tlacbmenls: (11 LOCalic\]] Map. (2) Project Map '\>111 COLLIER COUNT\ 'I',~' ,)r ""L'I,;T" c ::,t,T'i~'.~.:O .;';",' Item Number: :1;;',' "":L1'1('.' Item Summary: '1)',1( 1'2:',IP k'i'1'1 fa' .. 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CiC1 ,~I, ;;;>:JD7 ! of E; Executive Summarv Recommendation to award Work Order BE-FT-3785-07-02 with Boyle Engineering Corporation, for professional services for the West Winds Potable 'Water System Rehabilitation in the amount of $298,960 - Project Number 710102. OBJECTIVE: To obtain Board approval for Work Order BE-FT-3785-07-02 with Boyle Engineering in the amount of $298,960 for the potable water system rehabilitation of West Winds, CONSIDERA nON: This Project is consistent with the 2006 Water Master Plan Update adopted by the Board of Collier County Commissioners on June 6. 2006 under Item I O(B), The 2006 Plan identified a project for the rehabilitation of potable waler systems throughout the Water Districllhat are not up to current standards, The \Vater Depmtment has reviewed record drawings and failure history on all potable water systems throughout the Watcr District. The West \Vinds area was identifled as a critical area that has a higher than il\'lTagc number of failures thai is not constructed to the current Collier County utilitv standards. This scope proyides for the clcsj~pl uf a n:..'w \vater distribution net\\'ork to ser\'ice thL: \Vest \\.."inds area. \vhich is home in over 700 custcy-ncrs. T11(' scope or this \\/o1'k order also includes assistance during the hid phasl' and construction phase after a contractor is selecled to perj(mn the necessary work. Staff has negotiated a scopc and fees that are fair. reasonable, and commensurale with engineering services for design and assistance \\'ith construction management. as outlined in Fixed Annual Tenll Contract #05-3785, FISCAL IMPACT: Funding is available in and j,; consistent with the FY 07 capital budget approved by the Board oCCounty Commission"rs on September 21,2006. CUITent appropriations are identiiicd in the' L'ser Fcc Fund (412) System Rehabilitation Project Number 7] 0102, GROWTH MA'\AGEMENT IMPACT: The request has no impact on the CLLlTent Growth Management Plan, and is consl,;tent with standards tu ensure the adequacy and avail<lbilily of"viable public iucilities RECOMME)\;DATIO'\: That the' Board of Count\' Commi,.siol1crs. as the Ex-ofileiCl GClvel11ing BClard of the Colli'er Coumy Water-Sewer Dl'itrict: I. Award \Vork Order BE-fT-3n5-07-02 to Bovle Engineering Corporation in the amount of $298,9l1(), ~. Executive Summary Work Order BE-FT-3785-07-02 Approval Page .2 o Authorize the Public Utilities Division Administrator to sign the standard Work Order after approval by the County Attorney's Office. PREPARED BY: Pamela Libby, Water Operations Manager, Water Department '.;-' , '-',('7 COLLIER COUNTY Item Number: Item Summary: '.....,.' ::~ '" ' 1 C' r' 1":'1_']'''' Meeting Date: Appr(lHdBy "'w",.I"c.Ji.):1\' \'-'.I~r';!' 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I J..~Ul~U:, leti!;)lIJ..l4 i I , ! i I I 'l ' I I I: ~I I 1 I;, , , i!sl I c, 'I '1'1'% lis i ~' oS: Inl I ~, ;;'1 Ifl1' :=:,-=' ;; ~ ~\;- g!! 1~liSU ~ -~ -s ~:i ~ . .~ -" ~ ;:. 0: g - , ~ '" -= ~ ~ ~ 00 f- ~ ~ ~ :;; '( "' 0 ~ Q ;;:: 0 -g .:: z .;:; ""' '> Q "cr 0 ; - ,. z - . .:: . :; ;; ... . v ~ ~ U <Jl , . , b . -~ ~ i ~ , , , o .. ~ o . < ~'~~~~8~~~8 .A~~~~::;.:;;]~~ ~ - - - - - . , - -.... ... '"' ... .9 '" '" .'" " c g ~ .. ,1;: ~ c i1: ':; ~, 1l!jl'ljH ! ~ ~ . ,.~, :"i .') ;;;',,; i _) STAFFING and COST PROPOSAL No.6 to AGREEMENT for PROFESSIONAL SERVICES between Collier County and Boyle Engineering Corporation West Wind Mobile Home Park Water Distribntion System Improvements TlUS DOCUMENT is STAFFING COST PROPOSAL No.6 to Contract 05-3785 Fixed Term Utility Engineering Services, executed between Collier County Board of County Commissioners (COUNTY) and Boyle Engineering Corporation (CONSULTANT) dated September 27, 2005 (hereafter called "Ab'feement"). A.BACKGROUND Thc COUNTY aDd CONSULTANT have entcred into an Agreement to provide professional ~n!pncering services in connection with COUNTY's water, wastewater, and solid waste publie utilities. The Ab'Tccmcnt provides for speeiiie services to be pcrJormed on the basis of a Work Order supported by a proposal prepared by the COJ\SULTANT and approved by the COUNTY. Professional services are authorized on receipt of an executed Work Order and Notice-to-Proceed. B. DESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT The West Wind Mobile Home Park is located on the north side of East Tarniarni Trail (US-41) approximately 3 miles southeast of the Collier Boulevard & East T:m1iami Trail intersection in Collier County, FL. Attachment 1 to this proposal shows the project area. Currently, residents of the subdivision arc receiving potable water service fTom the Collier County 'Vater Department. The existing water distribution network inside the subllivlsJon consists of 2-i1lsh and 4-ineh water mains. A 6-ineb water main connccts thc cxistin;; water distribution network with a 12-inch v;atcr main trunk that runs ::long East T::miami Trail (US-41), Tho COUNTY desires to impn)\e the existing watcr distribution network inside th~ subdivision by replacing it with a new pipe network consisting of larger dia.rnet-:r mains and adequate number of fire hydrants for better fire suppression capablll1y. The ne\V water distribution network will have a combined length of approximately] 3.50Ci.it k)r both 8-in ,md 6-in water mains. A new 1 [I-inch water main branch will be constructed to COIU1Cct the new nctv;ork with the existing] 2-ineh water main tmnk that is located along East Tamiami Trail (\.JS-41l. There are approximately 320 single family residential and 4 non- residential (,institutional, commercial, etc.) water service connections inside the project boundary. Approximately 240 of 320 cxistmg residcnl1al connections also need to he relocated from their present location at the rear side of the properties to their new location at the front/street side of the properties. Rev. 3/9/2007 Page 1 of9 " J,- ;,) ~)'~,- The COU1\'TY has requested CONSULT ANT to provide professional engineering and land survcying services to design the rcquircd improvements, CONSULTANT services will include a geoteclmical invcstigation to be provided by a subcol1sult:mt under contract to CONSULT ANT, The services to be provided by the CONSULTAJ~T's staff include: preliminary design, final design, pem1itting, bid phase, and construction phase services. CONSULTANT will prepare bid and construction documents consisting of drawings and technical specifications for the watcr distribution system improvcmcnts. Design will he in accordance with Collier County Utilities Standards Manual. During construction, CONSULTANT will provide a Resident Project Representative (RPR) services. C. SCOPE OF SERVICES CONSULT ANT will perform the following services: TASK GROUP 1 - TOPOGRAPHIC AND EXISTING CONDITION SURVEY L 111corporate available information of existing lots, public right-of-ways & easements information from the COUNTY's Real Estate S"r.ices or Property Appraiser Department. ~ Coordinate ",'itb the COUNTY's Water and Wastewater Departments to locate possible conflicts with the existing water distribution and wastewate~ collcction networLs. 3. Perfom11OpoE-'faphic and cxisting condition survcy inside thc public rigln-of-ways within the anticipated project boundary. 4. Prepare a CW file of the topOb'faphic and existing condition survey to be incorporated in to the d~sign base sheet. TASK GROUP 2 - GEOTECHNICAL !NVESTIGATIOI~ 1. Prepare geotechnical invcstigation scope aI1d coordinate with subconsultant. ~ Gcotechnical invcstigation perfonllcd by subconsultant. It is anticipated that two (2) soil borings (to a depth of20-it) and 12 augcr borings will be pcrlormed. Thc Subconsultant will also prqJarc a geotechnical inv:;stigatjon su:-nn1a.ry repo:-t. TASK GROUP 3 - PRELIMINARY DESIGN I. Mect with COL:r\TY's \'/ater Department suffand COnUllll scope and objectiv~ oftne water distribution system improvements at the West Wind Ylobile Home Park. Obtain available reportlsl and record pl:m(s) of the existing system, ~ P:.;rfoml iield investigations of existing condition. 3. Perfoml hydraulic and water quality modeling of the proposed water distribution system improvcmcnts in accordance with Collier County Utilities Standards Manual 4, Prepare a prelin1inary de~ign lechnical 111emOTandum providing recommendatlons for improven1ents to mect the objcctivcs oithe Projcct. Rev. 3.'9/2007 Page 2 of9 ,0.!(ii t ~:. Cl.20;:,7 .:; of 5. Prepare schematic plans of new potable water distribution system for West Wind Mobile Home Park showing proposed and existing: waterline (size and aligrunent), system connection and flushing points, valves, bacterialogicaI sampling points and fire hydrants. Schematic plan will be shown on the most reeent aerial images available from Collier County Property Appraiser at 1"=100' scale. 6. Contact Sunshine State One Call of Florida to (SSOCF) to identify utility companies who operate inside the project boundary and request markup of their existing underground facilities. 7. Prepare for and attend preliminary design review meeting with COUNTY staff, prepare and distribute minutes of meeting. 8. Finalize preliminary design tcchl1ical memorandum and schematic plans of new potable water distribution system based on comments received from COUNTY staff. TASK GROUP 4 -INTERMEDIATE DESIGN 1. Prepare utility improvements plan and profile basc sheets using topographic and existing condition survey, county GIS data, and utility company data. Meet with COUNTY Engineering & Operations staff in field to verifY existing conditions and planned improvements, 2. Prep aTe 60% Contract Drawings. The final (bid-phase) project plans are anticipated to include: a. Cover Sheet! Location Map (] sheet) b. Legend & Horizontal/Vertical Control (1 sheet) c. General Notes & Plans Indcx (1 sheet) d. Key Map (I sheet) e. Utility improvements plan & profile (up to 24 sheets anticipated at scale of I" = 20) f. COUNTY Standard Details (4 sheets) g. Project Specific Details (2 sheets) 3. PTepare 60'% Contract Technical Specifications based on the County's Standard Techl1ical Specifications. The final (bid-phase) project specifications are anticipated Lo include: a. Division no - Bid Schedule & Supplementary Conditions. etc. b. Division 01 - General Rcquircments ,. Division 02 - Sitework d. Division 03 - Concrele e. Division 05 - Metals f. Division 15 - Mcchanical 4. Prepare for and attend 60% review meeting with COUNTY stafr, prepare and distributc minutes of meeting. 5. Prepare icgal descriptions and sketche5 i'or utili!)' casCI11cnts, A separate legal description and sketch will be required for each property owner. Since the number oi easments is unknown at this time, we have included an allowance of$l 0.000 iOT preparation oflcgal descriptions & sketches based on available properties information obtained from the COUNTY. Rev. 3/9/2007 Pagc3of9 'I '::' TASK GROUP 5 - PROJECT PERMITTING 1. Prepare & submit FDEP/ Collier County Health Department Water Pemlit Application Package. 2, Preparc & submit FDOT Underground Utilities Pcrmit Package. TASK GROUP 6 - FINAL DESIGN 1, Prepare 90% Contract Drawings, 2. Prepare 90% Engineer's Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 3, Prepare 90% Technical Specifications. 4. Prepare for and attend 90% review meeting with COUNTY staff, prepare and distribute minutes of meeting. 5, Address review comments, assemble and deliver 100% (Bid Ready) Contract Drawings, Technical Specifications, and Opinion of Probable Construction Cost. TASK GROUP 7 - BID PHASE SERVICES 1. Assist COU1,TY in preparing up to two addendums to the Contract Documents. 2. Attend pre-bid meeting / assistance with preparation of meeting minutes. 3. Assist COlJNTY with rcview of bids and tabulate bids received, 4. Prepare letter of recommendation ior award of contract. TASK GROUP 8 - CONSTRUCTION PHASE BASIC SERVICES 1. Attend pre-construction meeting and assist COUNTY with the preparation of meeting minutes, ~ Attend up to S monthly construction Prob'fCSS meetings and prepare meeting minutes. The meetings v\'ill be attended by the project rnanager. 3. Visit thc site of the proposed improvements and visually observe the construction areas desib'TIated on the construction plans in cooperation veith COUNTY's utility St3~f. Site visits will be conducted in conjunction \\"ith prOb'Tess rnettings. Up to t SUppkIl1::ntal site VIsits \\'[11 be conducted by" the CONSULTANTs Project Manager. 4, Prepare responses to Contractor's Requests-for-informacion (up to 12 RFlsl. 5. Assist COlJNT'{ with managemcnt of propos cd Changes to the Work by preparing Requests-for- Proposed-Changes (up to 4 RPCs), evaluating and responding to Contractor claims, preparing contract change orders. 6. Provide consultation and advice to the County's Project Manager during construction. Rev_ 3/9/2007 Page 4 of 9 ,'~:; /~<, 7. Assist the County with review of progress payments. 8. Assist COUNTY with the following services related to Contract Closeout: a. Perform Substantial Completion walk through and develop final punch list in conjunction with COUNTY staff. b. Prepare a "Certification of Construction Completion and request for a Letter of Clearance" for submittal to FDEP after the new water mains have been constructed, flushed, pressure tested, and disinfected per FDEP requirements. c. Perform Final Completion walk through in conjunction with COUNTY staff. d. Assist with review of final pay request. c. Prepare signed and sealed "As-Constmcted" (record) plans from information provided by the Contractor required for project certifications. 0, DELlVERABLES The following deliverables are anticipated: 1. Preliminary Design Technical Memorandum of proposed water distribution improvements for rcview and approval by COUNTY. 2. Two (2) scts of "Preliminary Schcmatic" drawings (scalc I" = 1 00') for review and approval by COUNTY 3, Two (2) sets of"60% Design" drawings (scale l" = 20') and teclmical specifications for review and approval by COUNTY. 4. Two (2) sets of"90% Dcsign" drawings (scale l" = 20') and technical specifications for rcview and approval by COUNTY, 5. Completed permit applications. 6. Two (2) sets of 100% complete "Bid-Ready" drawings and technical specifications in hardcopy and electronic fomlat for COUNTY's use in preparing contract documents, Electronic format for technical s;Jeclfications will be in MS- Word & MS-Excel fom1at and engineering drawings will be Adobe Acrobat format. CONSULTANT will not be responsible for inl~b'Tity of electronic files with compatibility of future software versions 7. Four (4) sets signed and sealed record drawings, two (2) sets to be submitted to Collier County HRS wlth the Engineer's certification, and two (2) sets provided to the COUNTY. E. COUNTY RESPONSIB[UTIES 1, COUNTY will designate a Project Ylanager, as COUNTY's representative and primary contact for CONSULTANT. CONSULTANT will rely on COUNTY's designated Project Manager for instmctions and approval of CONSUL TANT's serviccs, The COUNTY's Project Manager will also be responsible for 111tcmal communication within C01JNTY's o\vn departments with regard to CONSULT ANT's requests of additional project infom1ation or clarification of services. Rev. 3/9/2007 Page S of9 ',-' , 07 2. COuNTY will pay all permitting fees and associated expenses, 3. COUNTY will be rcsponsible for providing CONSULT ANT access to the project area. 4, COUNTY will advertise for bids or quotatlOns, reproduce and distribute documents to contractors and vendors. 5. COUNTY will provide available as-constructcd information and/or drawings for the existing water. wastewater and storm water utilitics in thc project arca. 6. COUNTY will assist the CONSULT ANT in marking/flagging locations of existing water mains and wastewater force mains managed by the COUNTY's Public Utilities Department. 7, COUNTY will provide available infonnation of water consumption of existing water customers and water quality & pressure information oi existing water distribution network in the project area. 8. COUNTY agrees that in accordance with generally accepted construction practices, any Contractor employed by COUNTY to perform work in connection with the Project, will be required to assume sole and complctc responsibility forjob sirc conditions during the course of construction of the Proj~ct, induding safety of all persons and property, and thaI tnis rcquircmclll shall bc made to apply continuously and not be limited to nOffilal working hours. CONSULT p.NT shall not have control over or charge of. and shall not be responsible for, construction means. methods, techniques, scqucnccs or procedurcs, as thcse arc solely thc responsibility of the Contractor. CONSULTANT will represelll COUNTY in accordance with the responsibiiities ofthc CONSULTANT described in aIld Standard General Conditions of the Construction Contract and any Illutually agreeable Special Conditions speeiiic to the Project. 9. COUNTY will require that any Contractor pcrforming work in connection with the Project, hold harmless, indenmify and defend COUNTY, CONSULTANT. their consultants, and each of their directors, ofiicers, agents and employees from any and allliabllIty, claims, losses, damage and costs, including attorney's fees, arising out of or allegcd to arise irom the Contractor's performance of the work described in the plans and construction documents, except liability tha~ may be due to the sole negligence of COUNTY, CONSULTANT, their consultants, 0;' their directors, officers, agents and employees. 10. COUNTY wlll require 3Il)' Contractor perfonning worl: in corme:tion with the Project. provide worke!"'s compensation and conlmercia! liability insurance. including con1pleted operations and contraCTUal liability, with thc latter eove~agc sufficient to insure the Cemractor's indemnity, "5 above required; and such insurance, except worker" s compensation insurance, shall include COUNTY, CONS~iLTA\'T. their consultants, and tach of their directors. officers, age:1!S and employees as additional insureds. CmllraClOr's worker's comp'2nsation msura.lcc shall be cndor5~d to provide that insurer waives any right of subrogation it may ac,-!uire agamsl COlJJ"TY, CONSIJLTAI\iT, their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, agents and employees. 11. COUNTY will receive, review, and process submittals from Contractor specified for such reVlew in the contract documents, Prepare and maintain a log of submittals to include submittal number, subject, and date recejv'ed~ reviewer, actiuIl laki::Il awl uate n:iurned. COUNTY \vill provide consultants with copies of approved shop drawings. Rev. 3.'9/2007 Page 6 of9 :l::.;'n 1,';1 "'- ; ,} :?~)07 ~: (.)~ 10 G. EXCLUSIONS AND ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS I. CONSuLT ANT shall be entitled to rely upon the accuracy of data and information collected and provided by COUNTY and others without indcpcndent review or verification. However, any discrepancics discovered by the CONSULTANT will be brought to the immediate attention of the COUNTY 2. Al1y opinion of the probable construction cost prepared by CONSULTANT represents CONSULTANT's bestjudgrnent as a dcsib'11 professional and is supplied for the general guidance of the COUNTY. Because CONSULTANT has no control over the cost oflabor and material. or over competitive bidding or market conditions, CONSULT ANT does not guarantee the accuracy of such opinions as compared to COl1(ractor bids or actual costs to the COUNTY. 3. During the course of the Project, the COUNTY may request additional services from the CONSULTANT. Additional services shall be provided as mutually agreed between the COUNTY and CONSULTANT, which may include additional engineering and land surveying services to assist the COUNTY with right-of-way and permananent utility easements acquisition. G. TIME OF PERFORMANCE The SGrvices d~scrib"d herein will comrneDce upon re~eipt by the CONSULT Ac"<T of Notice-to-Proceed and executed Work Order from the COUNTY. Table No.1 - Time Required For Eacb Task Grollp ----r I TASK I TIME REQUIRED TASK GROUP I - TOPOGRAPHIC AND EXISTING I CONDITION SURVEY 45 Days TASK GROUP 7 - GEOTECHNICAL INVESTlGA TJON I 30 Days , , "! TASK GROUP 3 - PRELIMINARY DESIGN 30 Days I . TASK GROUP 4 - INTERMEDIATE DESIGN I 60 Davs I i TASK GROUP 5 - PROJECT PERMITTING I 30 Davs I . TASK GROUP () - FInAl DESIGN 60 Days I I I I TASK GR01.:P 7 - BID PHASE SERVICES I ---'-- l TASK GROUP 8 - CONSTRUCTION PHASE - BASIC A.djusted to Q-...vner's. Schedule Adjusted to Owner's Schcdulc Rc-v. 3/9/2007 Page7of9 .,~, ;.~c:i~- ~,~,_ '1'=;C'l '"'I:':: Ii ~ :)) '~ CONSULTANT will obscrve thc time limitations as set forth herein. CONSULTANT will not be responsible iOT delays beyond CONSULTANT's control, including delays caused by: (I) delays in receiving information from others except CONSULTANT's subconsultants; and (2) delays in obtaining subscquent authorization, approvals and review comments from COUNTY and other governmental agencies. If such a delay should occur, the schedule will be updated and adjusted as mutually agreed upon by CONSULTANT and COUNTY. Upon receipt of Notice- To-Proceed letter from the COUNTY, CONSULTANT will provide the COUNTY with project schedule and anticipated completion date of each task groups :md associated submittal dates of deliverab1es in a Gant Chart formal. It is anticipated that the services for the project will be performed within a time limit not to exceed two years from the date of Noticc- to-Proceed. The anticipated time limit includes 195 days required by the CONSULTANT to prepare the project plans & tcchnical specifications (task 1 - 6). Ifthe services have not been complctcd within the two-year time limit due to delays caused by COUNTY, COUNTY will considcr request by CONSULT ANT for additional compensation if CONSULTANT's costs have increased due to the delay. H, COMPENSATION For the proicssionaJ servi~es as set forth in this staffing and cost proposal (proposal), the COL'NTY shall compensate the CONSULT 1\..1\IT as provided for in ,A_rticle 5 of the Agreement and as follow: Table No, 2 - Fe~ Summary I I Task I TASK GROUP I - TOPOGRAPHIC AND EXISTING I CONDITION SURVEY I TASK GROUP 2 - GEOTECHNICAL IJ\'VESTIGA nON Fee I Type l $51,330 Lump Sum 517.690 Lump Sum I TASK GROUP 3 - ?REUML'l~J~'{ DESIGN I TASK C;j),OUP ~ - INTEr~MEDIATl:~..DESIGN I I I TASl~ GROUP 5 -PROJECT PEEUvlITTlNG In --"' i TASK GROUP 6 - FINAL DESIG!"; I I TASK GROUP ~ BID PHASE SERVICES I TASK GROUP S - CONSTRUCTION PHASE r-SERVICES- BASIC (10 MOt\THS) I TOTAL FEE AUTHORIZED S32,270 Lump Sum 56.12U , , I I --j I I , I I I i I : Timc & Matena: (1,,;TE) ! : -_.~-~ I Time 8: Mate~Ial_(NTE) I I Lum;J Sum S72,660 Lump Sum 539,430 Lump Sl~rn SS.350 $71,110 $298.960 Rev, 3.'9/2007 Page 8 of9 :::iT ~,;.::, "~ Compcnsation for the scrvices provided shall be due and payable monthly based upon the work approved by the COUNTY. The fees are calculated based on the Rate Schedule, effective September 27, 2005, Attachment B to the Agreement and the following supplemental labor rates: I. Land Surveying service labor rates for Task Group I (Topographic & Existing Condition Survey) and any additional Land Surveying services that the COUNTY may request in relation to this project: . Senior Surveyor . Survey Crew $1101hr $64lhr/person Certain assumptions have been made in developing the fee for serviecs. To the extent possiblc, thcy arc stated in this proposal. If changes to the work result in changes on the level of effort presented in this proposal the scope of services and fcc budget will be revised by mutual agreement. Attachment 2 to this proposal providcs a breakdown of the fee calculation. J. OTHER PROVISIONS All provisions contained in the Agreement not speclfically modified herein, or in the associated Work Order authorizing this work, shall remain in full force and effect and are incorporated by reference herein. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hcreto have executed SERVICE AUTHORIZATION No.6 to be effective as of the elate first ahove written. CONSULTANT: BOYLE ENGfNEERING CORPORA nON By: Robert H. Garland. P,E. Managing Engineer Date: APPROVED BY: COLLIER COUNTY By: P au] 1\1 attausch. \Vater Director Date: Re\'. 3/9/2007 Page 9 of9 WORK ORDER # BE.FT-37S5-117-112 -\grecmcnt for Fixed Term L'tility Engineering Ser"ices Dated September 27, 2005 (Contnlct #05-3785) lhis \\-nrk Older is rOT prof,:ssi(1naJ cngillccring SL'P'ic,'s for work \.;1](1\\'1] as \\'CSl Winds Water f1jQribulinn ~ysll'm ]1llpn)\CI11Cllb rill' purpose (,r 111l' proicn is](I 11l'!;!l'aUe till' lllrrcnt substandard j)(1[Jhic \,:11l'1 di,tributi(lll s:-'stCIl1 10 Cllnenl slandard" including JHo\iding fire prolL'ctilln fur tliis ,Hea The w(lrk is sl'cciril:d ill the /)]"(l]Wsa] daled r-.larch ~(I. 21!07, whidl is all<lchcd IH:rl'1O and made a ]):lrl of this Work Order III acconbncc with the Terms and Condili(\llS p( [h(: Agreelllcnl rerncncCtJ <lhll\'(; Wink lhelel iiBi;-IT.~7,<~-()7_(J2 is a,;signcd tp 1'!c\\lc FngiJll'Cring C(1('P(lratillll. \.;ch\'duk nr\\'()If.: authoril.illg stan <'1' ('('l11plcl<: \\(llh within :;S(I (la~'~ 1'/'('111 receipt 01 the '\;l1\iec to Proceed wurk, C('1l1Pt'!1Satinll, III ilc<::orlLinct: with Artick Fjvc t,r till' :\grt:t:11lCllL the C('Ullly \\ill compensate llle I-inn in accordanc!.' with the Tlcgotiatl'd lump sum or time and malt'rial amount ]1)"t1\'idcd in tll!.' st::lll'dule below IiI' a task is timl' and matnia1. so illdi;.;ate and use the estabIisl1t.'d hourly raIds) as enulI1nall'd in Schedule "(j'" of the ;\gl'eement). 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(1; \llc' \.~, r'~'l' III c'lll I' IZ II' I ~ I] 1 I: '1 [';Illll'l,l i ihh', \\;l1cr (J!1l'rati(lll' \L:II;'~'Cl [1<11'-' \ 1 TlIII,!/ I[) I, '1 1';111] :d;'lt:tllSC]I, \\;I[;'r :lilc'c'l"1 1):':<.' \. l'!']~ ( \ \ 1.1) I' '1 I'. < ';' Ii "I, d CI "lll ',; 1 n~' III ':c' [-i II,~ [) I I ,-'~' I;> [ [l;ltc \ppr()\ I'd <IS [(' 1'(11111 ;:lld I c f: ,II <.; I: r r : l' i '~' 11 (' \ ,.u,. l' I '] "\1111' \:1(111": 's I J]riL.'_ \\ Il:~._"v_' .';:L' ], ) ;,' '. i ~ ,'rr' 1';111,'1' ](,'I,,:i,;:,,:II,::I'_ !)I h~ill'. tU1IC! 4 l i] \ t: ~:( 'tIT 1 t ( ',; I -I,: Ii' I Or; '1 c' ~ C 1 \II III il _~1 "7 I (i I [I ;ta,r ;'~o. '16C2 I (). 2C)07 1 813 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AWARD BID #07-4087 TO CREEL TRACTOR OF FT MYERS FOR THE PURCHASE OF TWO (2) SKID STEER LOADERS IN THE AMOUNT OF $73,540.00 OBJECTIVE: For the Board of County Commissioners to award Bid# 07-4087 for two skid steer loaders to Creel Tractor of Ft. Mycrs in the amount of $73,540.00. CONSIDERATIONS: The Solid Waste Management Department is responsible for the collection and processing of recyclable material throughout Collier County. As part of that process, skid steer loaders are utilized to pick up material collected in large quantitics such as pallets of electronics, bales of cOlTugatcd cardboard, the loading of containers with construction and demolition debris, scrap metals, white goods, and biomass. Two skid steer loaders have met their useful life and are due for replacement as governed by thc Fleet Management's Department replacemcnt schedule for equipment. ~ On Oetooer ] 7, 2006, under Bid #07-40S7. the Collier Cuunty Purchasing Department issued twenty olle notices for a bid to rcplacc the Solid \Vasle Management Department's skid steer loaders. Of the twenty one \cndors notiJied. eight r"'1ucslc( bid packets, of which three rc:sponded with bids. The two lowest l",is were provided l" Creel rractor uf Fort ivlyers. Florida and Vv'. F. Johnson Equipment. The lowest bid from Creel TrJctn]" wa~~ ror tlHl L-l 90 New Holland skid steer loaders at a total cust of $73.54(1, The Sulid Waste Management Department is recommending Creel Tractor of Fe Myers, be awarded the bid fl)]' $73,540.00. FISCAL IMPACT: Total cost of the two skid steer loaders is S73.540,O(l, Funds have been budgeted and are available in the FY 07 budget of the Solid Waste Disposal Fund 470 for the purchase of the skid steer loaders. GROWTH MANAGE1\IEJ\"T IMPACT: There is no impact on the County's Cirowth Management Plan. RECOMMENDA nON: Thl' Board cd' County Commissioners award Bid #07-4087. il)l' lwo skid steer loaders, to Creel TrJ.c1or or Ft. ~dJ'~rs. in the anlouI11 prS7~.~-+O.()O. Prepared By: Daniel R. Rodri"ucz. M,B.A.. CFM. Solid Waste Mana~el11enl Director. 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Ci, 2007 BCC 4/10/ZOcQj3 1 of 8 16C3 Executive Summarv Recommendation to award Work Order # MS-FT-3535-07-01 under the Annual Contract for Underground l!tility Contracting Services # 04-3535 to Mitchell & Stark Construction Co., Ine., in the amount of $429,900 for the rcplaccment of a Caustic Tank and the addition of a Bleach Tank at the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant (NCRWTP), and to authorize a budget amcndment in the amount of $104,895, Project Numbcr 700953. OBJECTIVE: The public purpose is to improve the reliability of unit processes to provide continuity oftreatrnent for the NCRWTP to benefit water rate payers. CONSIDERA TION: This project includes targeted improvements to the NCRWTP chemical feed systems to enhance system reliability. The CUlTent equipment is original to the NCRWTP, which was built in 1992. Public Utilities Engineering Department (PUED), together with the Water Depal1ment staff, recommends rcplacement of a 15,000 gallon . caustic soda tank and the Jddition of a ] 5,000 gallon bleach tank. Caustic soda is used in the odor control process and also for corrosion controL Currently the caustic tank feed system uses metering pumps, which arc coIToded and W0111. The replacement 15J)OO gallon :ank will he e1e\'ated 10 provide le)l" a constant caustic supply by gravity~ which eliminates th~ ll',xd ['(.l' the present feed pump arrang~~lT1ent. - This project also includes the addi1Jon oj a ] 5.000 gallon bleach tank (c)r the odor control system. The original plant dcsign incorporated the odor contwl process capability with only thc use of a 500 gallon day tank: howe\'er, the pwcess was discontinued hecause of operational difficulties due to the limited readily available bleach volume. Thcrefc)re, PUED and the Water Department management recommended tk addition of a 15.000 gallon bleach bulk storage tank to the system to be used in conjunction with the SOU gallon tank. This new bleach tank will allow (or operation of' the odor control and disinfection system on a 24/7 schedule with fewer operational checks and reduced maintenilnce resulting in a consistent and ellectivc odor control proec'ss, This tank will als(\ be elevated to provide fe)r a constant gra\'it\. bieach supply. which eliminates the need for feed pumps, Under Work Order ;c TkW-FT -32(}2-06-01. authorized uncler th,c Annual Contract (,,,. Engineering Ser\'ic~s #(J 1-~2\\2, TK \," PCrJ()l1Tled the structural (ksign for Project #7Ct095~. and the county stafT prepared the lclnLs" specifications. Under t}le te1111S of the i\nnu31 Contract Illr Underground Utility COnti',lcling Ser\'ice~ ;:;~ (14- 3535. Request for QUOl",: (RFQ) II ere solicited ii'om the fIVC pre-qualified vendors 011 January 3, 2007. ThL'Oe RFQ were received on Februarv 9. 20(17, The bid tabulation is attached: the results were '" fCdic,ws: ~42c).C)O(),OO ~551.4S7.04 S6~7.000.00 - '\lite hell & Stark Construction Co.. Inc. Qualitv Enterprise USA, (nc. Douglas N. Higgins. Inc. Per tenns of the above mcnt;(1I1ed contract. Work Orders WIth a value exceedmg $200,()OO and less than $750,000 require BCC apprO\aL C-, :-L:c! :~ 0; I-~I (,JJ i:'i C, p.;:,:"ii 10 BCC 4/10IZ0i}7, 16C3 'C .> The Public Utilities Engineering Department (I'UED) staff prepared a pre-bid cost estimate fClr this project of S500.000. PUED staff has rcviewed the quotes and detem1ined that Mitchcll & Stark Construction Co.. Inc. is qualified, responsible, and able to perfonn the requircd work, and the price is fair and reasonable. Mitchell & Stark successfully completed similar work for the NCRWTP sulfuric acid tank. A budget amendment is necessary to fulfill the project's completion. The budgct amcndment f{ll1n is attached. A summary of the total cost breakdown is as follows: Funds Costs Available Funds, Project # 700953 S '46,500 Construction costs S; 429,900 Reserve allowance contingency (5'Yo) $ 21,495 Total budgct amendment request transfer funds S 104.895 Project # 700571, $81,620.07 Project # 71 0052. $23.274.93 TOTAL S 451.395 $ 451.395 The proposed contract is consistcnt with the 2005 Water Mastcr Plan Update as adopted by the Board on June 6, 2006, Agenda Item lOB. Purchasing Depaliment has reviewed the information contained in this E\ccuLivc Summary. FISCAL IMP/,cT: Appro::imateh S34(,.500 is cUITcnt!, avaibblc f(lr Project # 700953. NCRWTI' Caustic Tank Rcplacelllc'nt Bleach Tank Addition. A budget amendment is needed to transJer funds in the amount of SSI.620JI7. fl'(llll I'rcljeel ";700S71, Facilities & Equipment Rehab, and 5:23.274.93. li'om Project #710052. NCRWTP Reliability. The estimate total cost associated \\ith a]lp1'o\'~1 of this work order-is S429.9()(). Funding i{)1' this projeel is a\"ailable in the FY(l7 Clpital Bud gel adop1cd bv the Board 01' County Commissioncrs on ScptcmhtT =:J. 2006. The source or funds is \\"ate1' User Fees (4] 2). GHOWTH J\IANAGEMENT IMPACT: This projcct meets CU1Tcnt Growth Management Plan standards to ensure the adequacy and availability of viable p'Jhlie facilities. The proposed scope of work Is consis1cnt with th,c 20()S Water Mash:r Plan L'pdatc as adopted by the Board on June (J, 20()(L as .Agcnda Item) 0 B, RECOMME"\DATlO'\i: Tklt the- 131)ard of Count\" Coml11i"loner:i. as the E.\-of!1cil' Go\'crning GCl:Jrd oCth,.:: Collj'~r Cou1l1\ \\'~n;:r~S(:'\\\:r Dislri~:l: ; ) '\ppr()\'(;:~ the ncc':ssury hudgd amendm'.:nt 1'01' '\CR\VTP C~lu~"tic T:Jnk Replacement and Bleach Tank .Addition in tlK' ~U~1()U;1t of S l04YC)S to approprimc funds. k'r project completion. 2, Approve \VorL Order -, \1S-FT-~'~)-07-(l1 with Mnchc11 6:. StarL C('llS11'LlCti()i! C(1., inc.. t,1 tiJs ~~111ounl of S42C1.{)(lO, _~ i Authorize Hll' Count)' I\'iana~er Of his design.;::;.' 1(..1 :""~,'':C:L1k the \\:urk order. ,..., PREPARED BY: Cecilia Varga. Engineering Technician Inten1. Public lJti1itics Engineering DCpalin1\.:'nt COLLIER COUNTY :1, ,': ~j' Item Numoer: Item Summary: ,.i,' ,y(J '., ,.(,1' r '.EI ~. I'~: '1''''1 iD " ~.' I'~ ~.'C'.' "._ I'." "n' ;l'lI~LJI" '''Jr,'f'.'''I,''' '.T1' -i'e. J ~.'!':I'..w c" 'lC.'rll ';",,,.IT'! I"FL.;,','; ,. ro']"- (]! : i: I.~ I,'ITIIY- Meeting Date: r,~ PrcI'arell Hy ::::",..,~,,, \.'n,.",. ""),,,,,.,cm,, T","',.clim 'n",," me r""nlic,W,[1, ',::':,'lil.iiU"":".'rw",r".'lI :\.': ,.2007 ;:.2\ 4~ PM Appro\'eu By f,"".",-, 0;. C":,,.,n, 0>"- j,n'G.p'.'Jy;ctrJi"''''il''' ;:)m(' "i!ill'cUt;li:.ies 0::0,1'.11'<. lltllitie~, c.'m,incctl,.g ,,.....,.~~ :;" i..M Approved lJy ;J;<rll":.' .;D:)\, dtu :'1'''''':'0'''. ~;:"~,,?,,r '..,~t" Pu~,(~ ". ' .' '''. "",t'" l:~,:'(lf- _O.~,: FX App~u"etllly Jlin'!k I .',rr:r,;'" ;,eel \p1'r",'('1I1I\ -\I'I,rOH'd B., -\pl'rrl\l.>d H) -\pl',"",,'d III \I'PH"'l'd II, \ppl'OI('dll, \1'1'1"0.",<1 III "\l'l'no,.ed B.' '-ppro,,'dB'. \l'p1"o,'"dll\ ,':0;",. IT;::W-'- ()/.:":O;-3:, ""''''al (;!""'~"~ 1", COLLIER COUNTY PURCHASING DEPARTMENT -- BID ITEM TABULATION j;;".R''''uLJnd (it'l,tv CQntrac1<na Serv,oos NCRWTP Caushc hnl Re~lar;"me~t and B'eilel, 7""" iid~1I10" --'.- FleE. BirlTab' . ..'- Mllch8!1& Slark .JMDSU~! TOTA_ . -, -~-'-'.--DFSc:Rip'ION - I !'" nil C,II"" I~('! 1~"dllY,lIl'T.I ",,,In,, 'I I'icl"", ,'W,tk ~,"'~ r,:", nl ;"n"r,le,),.I.,ldnl Ud"lnn- 1 c, r c!, i" ,. t' Ill<' p\" ~ '" r. 1 5. iliI(.' g" 110 n ""d 1lI III I-i, d H" I d, 1 . "'). ,'nd ,c,p"Tfr'''"'tTLlctllY"i """1111,.,>110111",'1,,,,,,1('11>.',,,,,, li,o: 'h,'..rwmlc,ll; ''''!,I''''',1 ",ill kd. _\,,' "nd",', Hq"..hIrH'I<' Tdnk iWM,'''H'',1. ," IH'II e" II' "rU"'''I('. .111<:,,1']1.',.11"" ""'l(ldl!'d" "h Ii".. 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Haskms LUMP S:.JM-WTAL r,o BI~ NnBlo F.b-09-07 IHS From-Cellier CD~nty Pur,ha.in6 m m 0844 T-Z72 P004/004 F-499 !l;:;;;Ti i.):,. ~6C" , COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA REQUEST FOR QUOTATION # 04-3535 Annual Contract for Underground Utility Contracting Services North Collier Regional Water Treatment Plant Caustic Tank Replacement and Bleach Tank Addition , PROPOSAL PAGE fE8R.v~t j DUE DATE.: T . 2007 The undersigned, as quater, hereby declares that he has examined the specifications and informed himself fully in regard LO all termS and conditions pertaining to the project and, if this Prop<>sal is accepted, to furnish same in full, according to tbe following; Lump Sum for All Work $ 4..Z~0000-E. Altemate #1 Payment & perfonnance Bonds (Required if exceeds $ 200,000) 5> 00 4- 30b ~ / IN W[TNESS WHERE(i WE have hereunto subscribed our l1ames on this 9 TJ-4. day of ~j?/J/l,/?:( 2007 ;nlbeCounryof oLUS'2- .inthest:ateof~f2.IDft . 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Date. 412 Fund Number Water Capital Projects Fund Description Date Prepared: 3/2/07 Approved by BCC on: 4/1 0/2007 Attach Executive Summary Item No.: 16 C Fund Center Title: WBS Element Title: Expense Budget Detail Combined Water Capital Projects NCRWTP Rehab (412) Fd CtrNo.: 273512 WBS No.: 700953 (Provide the Fund Center or WBS clemen! infOllllatiol1: it is not re uin:d w mwido: \loth.) Fund WBS Commit Commitment Item Increase Currcnt Reviscd Centcr Element Itcm Dcscriotion (Decrcase) Bndoet Budoet 173512 700953 763100 (mprovements-Ci enera 1 S lO4.895.00 S589.675.46 $694.540.46 I - !'Jet Chauoc to Budoct SIU4.SC)).OO eo. ~ II'n"ilk 111" r llncl Cenl"1 0] Wll" d'1l1en1 inir\rtll'ilillll- it is 1l(1IITlIllilul 1() pn1\id" hOll' I Expense Budgct Dctail Combined Water Capital Projects Facililics & Equipmcnt Rehab (412) Fd Ctr No.: 273512 WBS :\l'.: 700571 Fund Center Titlc: WBS Element Title: - - Fund I WBS Commit I Commitmcnt Itcm Incrcase currcnt Rcvised Centcr Element Itcm Dcscription (Dccrcase) Budgct Budget 773512 I 70()57 I 7631()O 1 tllpn)\ .C'melll <.;- (j ctlcra 1 (~~:~] .62Cl.(7) S22(J.9S053 J; ] 3Ll.360...J-6 I T I I I I !\eI Chan~{' tu Bud~{.t (~g1J,2(),(\71 Fund Center Title: WBS Element Title: Expense Budget Detail Combined Water Capital Projects NCRVvTP Reliabilitv (412) Fd Ctr "io.: 273512 'VBS No.: 71 (1052 (i'n.\ici" tit..: Illl1d CO:IlI"1 ll! \\'1\<..;, kl1lc'1l1 ml(lflll<llil'll it i, nUl I'L'(1llil"Li tn )Ji\\ id.. b,'t!, I Fund WBS Commit Commitmcnt Itcm IncreasE.' Currcnt Rcvised Centcr Elemcnt Item Dcscription (Dccrease) Budoct I Budoet ~ ,~ 2 73J 1 } i 71 U05' 7()""(lO !:.)uiiding Impro\'t:lllcJ1t<.; Ch:.23.::'-!4.q~ ) S~44. 7()2.25 $271.51,;.32 I I Net Change to Budget (S23.274.93 ) Revenue Budget Detail EXPLANA nON Why are funds needed? Funds are needed to improve the reliability of unit processes within the NCRWTP to avoid potential water supply disruptions to the water treatment service. \"'here are funds available? Funds are available in the same fund 412. in Projects 700571 and 7 J 0052. REVIEW PROCESS DATE Cost Center Director: Division Adminisrrator: Budget Department: Agcnc~. !\'Ianag('[-: Finance Department: Clerk of Board Admin.: Input bv: B.A. ]\0.: !t;;"tT"i I'~C. 16D 10f ~, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommend approval of budget amendment moving $25,000 from Fund 183 reserves to establish funding for a Site Selection Study to identify primary and alternate locations for a proposed Keewaydin Island Ferry Shuttle and Park Facility. It is recommended that this contract be performed by Johnson Engineering for time and material costs not to exceed $25,000 OBJECTIVE: Approve a site selection study by Johnson Engineering to identify Plimary and alternate locations for the Keewaydin Island fen)' and park facility and budget amcndment from Fund 183 Reserves. CONSIDER-\TIONS: Collicr County. Rookery Bay and the City of Naples have identitied an opportunity to work together and provide a unique beach and upland hammock natural resource educational experience to residents of Collier County in a pristine natural environment on Keewaydin Island. The scope nf the program is yet to be devclnped but would be consistent with Good Management Practices (GI\IP) dcvclopcd by Rookery Bay and Cnllier County. The envisioned experience would include a Cerry ride to Keewaydin Island and potentially a bC<Jch experience or guided rangsr tour or hoth _ This engineering study would work closely with all partics to dclermil1e: . Primary and altemate locations to site this facility. . Altemate locations would bc located in areas outside oflhe City of Naples. . Channel depths and mangrove (()rests would be clearly i(lcmiiied and mapped at each location. . Recommendations identifying low impact structures and facilities that would have a minimum impact on the existing environment would be de\'cloped, . Enough engineering \vould be completed to cletcmlinc the feasibility of PCl111itling. . Any other signific:ml. limiting or controliing factors would be ielcn(itied. It is anticipated that this study w(luld be' performed on a Time &. Material. ''';ot-to-Exceed basi,; for S25,OOO. FISCAL IMPACT: Assuming appro',-al by the Board of COlln'y Commissioncrs. suCficicn: funds are available in Beelcb Access felcililics Fund I (8.1) to engagl' the consultant and perl(}rm the requcsted study, A budget amendment will he reuuircd which eSL;blishcs " new prolect in Fund 183. The initial proj,ccl hudgl'1 will hl' funded from Fund (1 U) reserves. ADVISORY COMMITTEE RFCOM'\IE!\DA TJO'\S: Tk' ,)arks and Recreation .\dvisoj"\ Board recommended approval oftl1ls it'em 4 to! on Marcil.' I. .'007. 'I he' Touris: [)cveil'pmenl Council recommended approval of this item 6 to 2 on March 26, 2007, .- GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Growth Mamgemcnt impacts would be identified as a result of this study. ",,"-' .,- l':ii' ,.....'- ~ n -. ,~,r E' r (,r RECOMMEND.". TION: Approve a budgct amcndment moving $25.000 from Fund 183 rcservcs to establish funding for a Site Selection Study to identify primary and alternate locations for a proposed Kcewaydin Island Perry Shuttle and Park Facility. 11 is recommended that this contract be pcrformed by .101mson Engincering jor time and material costs not to exceed $25,000. PREPARED BY: Gary l\lcAlpin, Coastal ZOlle \1anag:cment I'"",r.j, 11 COLLIER COL!\TY '.,., ':. L: ,:,F .co",.. ".'~"; ",:::::;k'!",- Item Number: Item Summary: ...'";..r'....". "1 (Y LO:.I ;Ui" - .,,[' ~:r'IHI\ I~ (),':I:~ r cW' " ,..; :,~' :'m! 'j.lr "Ui' " " 1'1 ",2. r;.,J'F .,cl Meeting Date: P ;..if Appro\'l'd H) !..~In,' ..,,,-n' '11<''' ,.. "'~(Jtl!' ~., "",.,,' rv hdJi:~ ...I;~. :~,..:-v :,p' "'<lmin 3:~:~ ~(i::.~ '['I "r/ ApllrU\cd By GM\,1hJ-.lp'n ;';'-'.")1;(,11,1."\1",,,,, ,jate D'.;l)li~ :;c".;cu; , ca"ta: :::':}n':! '.';''';.'<:1~'''' nt ~~,.( ,[., J:21 r;v; Appru,cd By rfi"'."'p,,,,'1"". r:,,,','" "",'-VL'""i;<;l.,,,n',l.nwr D:;t~ ;",JU' _,,'.'.,'c.,$ -'h:V'"ci,,'" ,.;:::'(/'2:11:' _\pprul't'd H) '.1C ;::.;n :i"'" C,'V ,,~. Apl'n,,'('d H) \I'"",,\('d B, Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 1 of 17 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the grant award from National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in the amount of $132,196 for the Collier County Sea Turtle Disorientation Prevention Plan and proeeed with development of an Inter-local Agreement with the City of Naples and approve any necessary budget amendments. Objective: To improve sea turtle nesting habitat by preventing adult and hatchling disorientation by replacing current lighting and by planting light screening vegetation at County and City of Naples beach access points. Considerations: Collier County and the City of Naples were negatively impacted by Hurricane Charley in August 2004 and Hurricane Wilma in October 2005. Since that time, damages caused to the beaches, dunes and lighting at beach access points have been significant and have contributed to the increase in sea turtle hatchling disorientations. To correct the problem, Collier County pursued and was awarded a grant assistance to prevent sea turtle disorientation within the County and the City of Naples by planting light screening vegetation and replace current light fixtures with appropriate low level pressure sodium fixtures. Doing so will provide for safe beach access while reducing artificial light from shining on sea turtle nesting beaches thereby creating a more suitable sea turtle nesting habitat. - On November 14, 2006, the Board of County Commissioners approved the grant application. The City of Naples approved request to SUPPOli the grant application at the November 15, 2006 City Council Meeting. On February 20, 2007 The Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) approved an award of $132,196 in federal funds to Collier County to support the Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prevention Project. The Interlocal Agreemcnt will assist local governments detelmine needs and coordinate responsibilities and/or scope of services under the terms of the Grant Contract. Strategies to distribute key findings of the project will include inspections each year throughout sea turtle season and disorientations will be tracked and reduced or eliminated. The results of the project will be disseminated locally, regionally and possibly internationally at the 28 or 29 Annual International Sea Turtle Symposium. After the City of Naples City Council approves the inter-local agrcement, it will be brought back to the Board of County Commissioners for approval. Fiscal Impact: There is an impact on the revenue oj $132,196 with a corresponding increase in expenditures. In consideration for the goods to be delivered and/or services to be performed, NFWF shall pay an amount not to exceed $132,196 in three (3) installments at the completion of each phase of the project. -- Growth Manal!:ement Impact: Grant funds will support the Conservation and Coastal Management Element Policy 7.1.2 and Objective 7.3 of the County Growth Management Plan. Agenda Item No. 16D2 April 10, 2007 Page 2 of 17 Recommendation: That the Board of Collier County Commissioners 1) approve the grant contract and authorize the chairman to sign; 2) direct staff to develop an Inter-local Agreement with the City of Naples; 3) delegate the Project Officer identified in the contract to submit all reports, payment requests and serve as point of contact with NFWF; and 4) approve any necessary budget amendments. Prepared by: Susana Capasso, Operations Coordinator, Parks and Recreation .-- '. , Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 3 of 17 CONTRACT FOR GOODS AND/OR SERVICES (ADVANCE PAYMENT) PROJECT: Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prevention (FL) (2006-0114-004) <r Please reference project title and number on all correspondence" NFWF CONTRACTOR: Collier County TERM: January I, 2007 to December 31, 2007 AWARD: $132, I 96 is provided in consideration for the NFWF Contractor's agreement to perform the Project in accordance with Section I below. FUNDING SOURCE: CFDA Number: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (FR.0524) 11.470 **** DeImed Terms. All capitalized terms used in this Contract shall have tbe meanings attributed to such terms in the 2002 Glossary found on NFWF's website <www.nfwf.org/glossary.htm>. which is incorporated in this Contract by this reference. This Contract for Goods and/or Services (this "Contract") is entered between Collier County ("NFWF Contractor"), a State Goverrunent, with an address of Collier County Environmental Services Department, 2800 North Horseshoe Drive, Naples, FL, 34104, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation ("NFWF" or the "Foundation"), a federally chartered 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation, with an address of 1120 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suite 900, Washington, D.C. 20036. I. Retention; Purpose. 1.1 Retention. NFWF hereby retains the services of the NFWF Contractor upon the terms and conditions set forth below, and the NFWF Contractor accepts such retention, to complete the Project described in a Full Proposal received byNFWF on November I, 2006. 1.2 Description of Goods to be Provided and/or Scope of Services to be Performed. Under the terms of this Contract, the NFWF Contractor will perform the services necessary and appropriate (the "Services") and/or provide the following goods (the "Goods") to complete satisfactorily the following: 1.2.1 Project Description (Description of Goods and/or Services): Projecf"', ;", A,' bsn-act: ;.';;'.";' ,;; ';l:::':".::~'~;.i.:.,"" ,:,,;: ; ;," Reduce nesting sea turtle disorientation by planting native light screening vegetation along the County and City beach accesses, Project will replace current electric pole Ii hts alan the Cit ofNa les beach accesses with sea turtle friendl Ii htin . Page 1 of] I SeD. Turtle l.ibht Uisorit:'IH~lti('n Prcv(:111i'~n (I:J) L1()Cl60114-004 ""I;\tHillall ish ;md Wi1diik hltIrICI,ni\\11 Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 4 of 17 ;;:,;:_~~~'~,~~:,:,;~~,:;;~I::::'::~ .",'~:!::::~ Cat 0 ' :, "., FtiDlI,::"", SaJmes: I"," ", ' $0 , E iii ment: $0 $97,996 . Submit press releases which include public information as to the needs and benefits of the project. . Remove old light fixtures. . Install woody plants. Matchin Contributions allocated to Phase 3: $0 Project Phase 3: . Install new light fixtures. Ground preparation and planting of light screening vegetation. Conduct inspections and readjust on an as needed basis. Assess and report on the effectiveness of new lighting fixtures and vegetation. . Budget Cate 0 Sa1anes:,"::""':' Eui ent: Other: . . Matchin Contributions allocated to Phase 4: $0 TOTAL' NFWF.."""" PROJEC:;.~ TOTAL'" 1.2.2 Project Deliverables. . Provide public information on the effects of artificial lighting through press releases. . Replace and modifY light fixtures. . Plant light-reducing vegetation. . Report on the effectiveness of new lighting fixtures and vegetation. $97,996 ~ , ::. / . -";;"~'~'~"'Ji::,lit:'~;, ; ". Funds: $0 $0 $7,800 $7,800 NFWF Fund. $0 $0 $26,400 $26,400 $132,196 1.3. Diligence and Communication Required. The NFWF Contractor agrees to pursue the completion of the Services and/or delivery of the Goods diligently and to communicate with the Project Manager on a regular basis with respect to the status of the Project, including but not limited to providing the reports discussed in this Contract. Failure to so pursue the completion and/or delivery according to the timetable associated with the Phases described in the Description of Services and/or Description of Goods above and/or failure to so communicate with the Project Manager, will be deemed a material default in this Contract, entitling NFWF, in its discretion, to terminate this Contract by written notice to the NFWF Contractor and to pursue all other legal remedies to which NFWF may be entitled. Page 2 of1! Sell I un1c: I ight Di."oricnlali(\lll'rn~:nli(ln (11) 1.:2(lflrl-nj J4~O(l4 !\,latiilllill r:i..,h alld Wildl1f(, Foulld;llii'll Agenda Item No. 16D2 April 10, 2007 Page 5 of 17 1.4. Restrictions on Funds. No Funds provided by NFWF pursuant to this Agreement or Matching Contributions may be used to support litigation expeuses or lobbying activities. 2. Term. The period of performance for this Contract shall be as set forth above, unless sooner tcrminated in accordance with the attached Standard Provision on Termination. 3. Payment and Administration Procedures. In consideration for the Goods to be delivered and/or Services to be performed by the NFWF Contractor pursuant to this Contract, NFWF shall pay an amoU1lt not to exceed One hundred thirty two thousand one hundred ninety six Dollars ($132,196), in 3 installments. . Project Phase One installment will be advanced to the NFWF Contractor when NFWF receives a Request for Payment from the NFWF Contractor certifYing that it is ready to begin Project activities for the first Phase described in Section I immediately upon receipt of the funds. . Subsequent Phase installments will be advanced to the NFWF Contractor when NFWF receives and approves a completed Project Phase Reporting Form certifYing that (i) the NFWF Contractor has completed the previous Project Phase as described in Section I and (ii) the NFWF Contractor has expended NFWF Funds and Matching Contributions consistent with the Project Phase Budget as described in Section I; and the NFWF Contractor provides NFWF a Request for Payment certifying that it is ready to begin Project activities for the next Phase immediately upon receipt of the funds. . Payment for the Final Phase of the Project will be made in arrears, upon the receipt and approval by NFWF of all required reporting for this Agreement. . Under no circumstances will any payment U1lder this Agreement be made if any Financial or Programmatic Reports are due and outstanding. Budget Changes. In the event the NFWF Contractor determines that the amoU1lt of the Budget is going to change in anyone line item by an amount that exceeds more than 10% ofthe total Budget for that Phase, the NFWF Contractor must seek approval from the Project Manager. If approval is received, both parties must sign a written amendment to this Contract reflecting the new Budget. Final Financial and Programmatic Report. When the NFWF Contractor believes that all the Goods have been delivered and/or all the Services have been completed, it shall prepare a Final Financial and Programmatic Report on a NFWF form that summarizes the date and description of the Goods delivered and/or Services completed, attach any Project Deliverables not previously delivered and provides a final accounting for the actual expenditure of funds and deliver these to NFWF, together with a Request for Payment, if any final compensation or expenses remain outstanding. NFWF shall determine in a reasonable manner and within a reasonable time period whether the Goods were satisfactorily delivered and/or the Services have been satisfactorily performed. If the Goods were satisfactorily delivered and/or the Services have been satisfactorily performed, NFWF shall make the final payment to the NFWF Contractor and the NFWF Contractor shall be discharged from the obligations of this Contract, except those that expressly survive the term of this Contract. IfNFWF does not conclude that the Goods were Page 3 of 11 St':] Turtle LIght Dlsnr;,'ntatinn Pn:wlIlioll fFL, {~::,(H)()~OI14"004 'inli(lnal ri::;h and WildljJ(; r'nund1.l1iol1 " Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 6 of 17 satisfactorily delivered and/or the Services have been satisfactorily performed, the parties shall continue to work together until NFWF is satisfied in its reasonable discretion, or NFWF shall be entitled to seek whatever legal remedies to which it may be entitled, including termination of this Contract. Page 4 of II SCQ T lIrtle Li;;Jlt Disuril~llt;ltj(lIl Pn:\L~nl ion (FL) ,r;2(J(Jh-O 114-004 :'\i\l jOl1<J I 1- ish clllL! \Vildld'e l-()und:'l1i\~n .. Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 7 of 17 4. Contact Information. Phone: Fax: E-mail: Tom Barry National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 1120 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 900 Washington, D.C. 20036 (202) 857-0166 (202) 857-0162 tom. barry@nfwforg NFWF: Phone: Fax: E-mail: Maura Kraus Collier County Collier County Environmental Services Department 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 239-213-2952 239-213-2960 MauraKraus@co1liergov.net NFWF Contractor: Signatory, if other than the Project Officer: Phone: Fax: E-mail: As of the date of this Contract, the Project Officer named above and the signatory to this Contract are the only representatives of the NFWF Contractor authorized to send and receive notices on behalf of the NFWF Contractor, unlcss additional representatives are named below and appropriate contact information for them is provided immediately below. Thereafter, notice of changes in authorized representatives shall be provided as set forth in Standard Provisions. Additional Authorized Representatives: Phone: Fax: E-mail: S. Standard Provisions, The attached Standard Provisions are incorporated in this Contract by this reference. Page 5 oft 1 Sea T llTth: Light 1 h~oril'ntatinn Prt",\~nll(1l1 (FL) ~(J06-0 114-U04 '.Jat;<lllid hsh alld \Vildlifc j"(,undalint1 Agenda Item No, 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 8 of 17 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each party has caused this Contract to be executed by an authorized representative, intending to be bound legally. Collier County By:, (Print name and title legibly) Date: ,2007 Tax Identification Number: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation By: Michelle K. Pico Director, Marine Programs Date: ,2007 Page 6 of II ~~('U lui1k"! i;dll UiS(lricl'ltatipn Prc\'l:'llri(lJ) tV]) :'.2I!(;{~-OI14-()(q. ,\i:\tlO1I;J! Fi~h and \\'ild\ifl' FOlllli!<llil1l1 Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 9 of 17 Appendix A. 2004 STANDARD PROVISIONS FOR CONTRACTS FOR GOODS AND/OR SERVICES This Contract is subject to the following terms and conditions, as indicated by [K). [8] Section AI. ASSIGNMENT; SUBCONTRACTING AI. I The NFWF Contractor may not assign this Contract, in whole or in part, to any other individual or other legal entity without the prior written consent ofNFWF. A 1.2 The NFWF Contractor may not have subcontracts without the prior written approval of NFWF. [8] Section A2. UNEXPENDED FUNDS; INTEREST Any funds provided by NFWF and held by the NFWF Contractor and not expended at the end of the Term will be returned to NFWF within thirty (30) days after the end of the Project Period. [8] Section A3. AMENDMENTS This Contract can only be amended by a written amendment, signed by both parties. Counterpart originals and/or facsimile copies of amendments are acceptable but not emails. [8] Section A4. TERMINATION At any time prior to receipt of the first payment, the NFWF Contractor may terminate this Contract. After receipt of the first payment, the NFWF Contractor may terminate this Contract only with the written consent ofNFWF. Failure by the NFWF Contractor to comply with any material term of this Contract is cause for NFWF to terminate this Contract by written notice to the NFWF Contractor. In the event oftermination ofthis Contract prior to Project completion, NFWF will not make payment for any of this Contract's Project Deliverables that remain undelivered and any funds advanced by NFWF that have not been expended by the NFWF Contractor shall be returned to NFWF immediately, but in any event, no later than thirty (30) days after receipt of the notice of termination. NFWF agrees to pay all documented, non- cancelable commitments made by the NFWF Contractor prior to the NFWF Contractor's receipt of the notice of termination. [8] Section AS. ADDITIONAL SUPPORT By entering into this Contract, NFWF assumes no obligation to provide further funding or support to the NFWF Contractor beyond the terms stated in this Contract. [8] Section A6. ARBITRATION AND CHOICE OF LAW A6.l All claims, disputes, and other matters in question arising out of, or relating to this Contract, its interpretation or breach shall be decided through arbitration by a person or persons mutually acceptable to both NFWF and the NFWF Contractor. Notice of the demand for arbitration shall be made within a reasonable time after the claim, dispute, or other matter in question has arisen. The award rendered by the arbitrator or arbitrators shall be final. Page 7 of 11 Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prt:\ention (FL) 1f2006-0114-004 '\Tatinllcll Fish and \l.,'i1dlife Foundalion '. Agenda Item No. 1602 ,c,pril 10. 2007 Page 10 of 17 question has arisen. The award rendered by the arbitrator or arbitrators shall be final. [8] Section A6.2 This Contract shall be subject to and interpreted by the laws of the District of Columbia, without regard to choice oflaw principles. By entering into this Contract, the NFWF Contractor agrees to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the District of Columbia. [8] Section A6.3 The terms of this Section will survive termination of this Contract. Section A 7. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS; INSURANCE; INDEMNIFICATION [8] Section A 7.1 In conducting its activities relating to the Project, the NFWF Contractor agrees to conduct all such activities in compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, and ordinances; and to secure all appropriate necessary public or private permits and consents. NFWF Contractor hereby expressly agrees that it will comply with Executive Order I 1246 (Equal Employment Opportunity) as amended by Executive Order 11375 (Amending Executive Order I 1246 Relating to Equal Employment Opportunity), and as supplemented by 41 CFR part 60, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Equal Employment Opportunity, Department of Labor. [8] Section A 7.2 The NFWF Contractor agrees to obtain and maintain all appropriate insurance against liability for injury to persons or property from any and all activities undertaken by the NFWF Contractor and associated with this Contract in any way. [8] Section A 7.3 The NFWF Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless NFWF and those Federal, State or Local agencies and/or private organizations identified as sources of funds in the letter of transmittal of this Contract, if any, and their respective officers, directors, agents, and/or employees in respect of any and all claims, injuries, losses, diminution in value, damages, liabilities, whether or not currently due, and related expenses (including without limitation, settlement costs and any legal or other expenses for investigating or defending any actions or threatened actions) arising from or in connection with the Project, including but not limited to, environmental laws, regulations, orders and decrees of whatsoever character or nature and damage or injury to persons and property. [8] Section A 7.4 The terms of this Section will survive termination of this Contract. [8] Section A8. COMMUNICATIONS All notices, Requests for Payment or reports required or allowed to be given by this Contract shall be by first-class mail (postage prepaid), facsimile (with telephone call required to confirm that fax has been received), or overnight mail delivery by a nationally known courier and addressed using the contact information provided in this Contract. All notices, reports and Requests for Payment may be sent bye-mail, but Final Financial and Programmatic Reports must be provided in hard copy as well. Each party agrees to notify the other within ten (10) days after any change in named representative, address, telephone, or other contact information. Page 8 of] I Sea Turtl~ Light Disoricnti:llion Prc\-en1ic)11 (FLJ N:20(J('i.OI 14-004 ;'\latillmd Fish ;lIld \Vildlife Foundation Agenda Item No. 1602 April 10, 2007 Page 11 of 17 [8] Section A9, PUBLICITY The NFWF Contractor agrees to give appropriate credit to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and those Federal, State or Local agencies and/or private organizations identified as sources of funds in the letter of transmittal of this Contract, if any, for their financial support in any and all press releases, publications, aruma! reports, video credits, dedications, and other public communications regarding this Contract or any of the Project Deliverables associated 'with this Contract. The NFWF Contractor gives NFWF the right and authority to publicize NFWF's financial support for this Contract and the Project in press releases, publications and other public communications. [8] Section AIO. DISCLAIMERS Payments made to the Contractor under this Contract do not by direct reference or implication convey NFWF' s endorsement nor the endorsement by any other entity that provides funds to the Contractor through this Contract, including the U.S. Government, of the Project Deliverables. All information submitted for publication or other public releases of information regarding this Contract shall carry the following disclaimer: "The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the opinions or policies of any entity that provides funds to the NFWF Contractor through this Contract, including the U,S, Government or the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute their endorsement by any such entity, the U.S. Government or the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation." o Section All. WEBSITE LINKS The NFWF Contractor agrees to permit NFWF to post a link on any or all ofNFWF's websites to any websites created by the NFWF Contractor in connection with this Contract. [8] SectionAl2. EVALUATION The NFWF Contractor agrees to cooperate with NFWF by providing timely responses to all reasonable requests for information to assist in evaluating the accomplishments of this Contract for a period of five (5) years after the date on which the Final Financial and Programmatic Reports are provided. o Section Al3, DAVIS-BACON The NFWF Contractor shall be subject to the provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act (40 U,S,C, 276a to a-7) as supplemented by Department of Labor regulations (29 CFR part 5, "Labor Standards Provision Applicable to Contracts Governing Federally Financed and Assisted Construction."). [8] Section A14, DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSIONS The NFWF Contractor shall enter into no contract or subcontract using Federal funds provided by NFWF with any party listed on the General Services Administration's Lists of Parties Excluded from Federal Procurement or Nonprocurement Programs in accordance with Executive Page 9 ofl1 SC<l T1ll1k Light IJisoriC'mali011 Pn:\"t:ntinn (FL) f12006-0114-004 Natiun<:ll Fi~h and V..'ildlik Foundation " Agenda Item No. 16D2 April 1 0, 2007 Page 12 of 17 Orders 12549 and 12689 (Debarment and Suspension). If this Contract exceeds One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000), the NFWF Contractor must provide certification of its exclusion status and that of its employees on a form provided by NFWF. o Section A15. RIGHTS TO INVENTIONS The NFWF Contractor shall abide by the provisions of37 CFR Part 401 (Rights to Inventions Made by Non-Profit Organizations and Small Business Firms Under Government Grants, Contracts, and Cooperative Agreements) and any implementing regulations issued by the Federal agency(ies) that provide funds for this Contract. [RJ Section AI 6. ACCESS TO RECORDS NFWF, any and all Federal agencies providing funds for this Contract and the Comptroller General of the U.S., or any of their duly authorized representatives, shall have access to any books, documents, papers and records of the NFWF Contractor that are directly pertinent to this Contract for purposes of making audits, examinations, excerpts or transcription for up to three years from the date of delivery of the Final Financial and Programmatic Report regarding this Contract. [RJ Section A I 7. CLEAN AIR AND WATER The NFWF Contractor agrees to comply with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant to the Clean Air Act (42 U.S,C. 7401 et seq.) and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as amended (33 U.S,c. 1251 et seq.). [RJ Section A 18. ANTI-LOBBYING The NFWF Contractor shall file a certification required by 31 U.S.c. 1352 ("Byrd Anti-Lobbying Amendment") to the effect that it will not and has not used Federal appropriated funds to pay any person or organization for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any Federal agency, a member of Congress, officer or employee of Congress, or an employee ofa member of Congress in connection with obtaining any Federal contract, grant or other award covered by the Byrd Anti-Lobbying Amendment. Section A19. BOND REQUIREMENTS; KICKBACKS AND HOURS AND SAFETY o Section A19.1 The NFWF Contractor shall obtain a payment and performance bond in the amount of the total budget for the Project or as otherwise required by law or regulation in the jurisdiction where the Services will be performed. o Section A19.2 The NFWF Contractor must comply with the provisions of the Copeland "Anti-Kickback" Act (18 U.S.C. 874), as supplemented by Department of Labor regulations (29 CFR part 3, "Contractors and Subcontractors on Public Building or Publie Work Financed in Wbole or in Part by Loans or Grants from the United States"), that provide that a contractor shall be prohibited from inducing, by any means, any person employed in the construction, completion, or repair of public work, to give up any part of the compcnsation to which he is otherwise entitled. Page 10 of 11 Sl"J Ttmk Li;;lll Di"ilJrlt'IH;Jti,l!1 Pr,'\-t'nli"ll (ILl L.200(\,,()114-(l(Q '!~lli(lnal h"\l :md WiLJlifl' F('u:ld<i,i.m " . Agenda Item No. 1602 April 1 0, 2007 Page 13 of 17 o Section A19.3 The NFWF Contractor shall follow provisions of the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.c. 327-333, sections 102 and 107) as supplemented by Department of Laborregulations (29 CFR part 5.) that requires contractors, that employ mechanics or laborers, to compensate those workers using specified calculations, Page 11 of 11 St'<J funk Light Uisoril'll1;J\j,'1l PrC\tTllinn {FU ~~O(J(1-0l14-004 :\iatiilllJI Fish and \VilJlif(' Foondatillll 'O;"~"<1 Wild/,/? ~ 4.,"" ......' - ~ f! " .S fr- ~ g. 1- '5 '--' Agenda Item No. 16D2 .ApriI10, 2007 Page 14 of 17 February 20, 2007 Maura Kraus Collier County Collier County Environmental Services Department 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 Re: Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prevention (FL) #2006-0114-004 Dear Ms. Kraus: The Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) approved an award of $132, 196 in federal funds to Collier County to support the Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prevention (FL) project. Enclosed please find two copies of the Contract for Goods and/or Services, as well as one copy of the additional enclosures listed below. Because this A ward involves federal funds, the Contract and enclosures must be reviewed by your Chief Financial Officer or Treasurer. If the temls and ~onditions of the Contract are acceptable, please sign and return both copies of the Contract to the Foundation; you should retain the additional enclosures for your files. The Foundation will then countersign both copies of the Contract and return one copy to you for your files. Signing this Contract indicates an understanding of, and intent to comply with, all of its terms and conditions and those of the additional enclosures. Failure to return two signed copies of the Contract within 60 days may result in funds being released to other conservation projects. On behalf of the Board of Directors and the staff of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, I wish you success with your projeet. Please contact Tom Barry with any questions or concerns. Since(j' ~ J~", (Jo-V Michelle K. Pico -o/) Director, Marine Programs 1120 CONNECTICUT AVENUE, NW. SUITE 900' WASHINGTON. D.C. 20036 PHONE, (202) 857-0166' FAX, (202) 857-0162' ~.NFWF.o<g printed on recycled paper .: '. ..;,.. Agenda Item No. 16D2 April 1 0, 2007 Page 15 of 17 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN COLLIER COUNTY AND THE CITY OF NAPLES TO REDUCE NESTING SEA TURTLE DISORIENTATION IN COUNTY AND CITY BEACHES THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this 27th day of March, 2007, by and between the CITY OF NAPLES, a municipal corporation, hereinafter called "City" and COLLIER COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, hereinafter called "County," to provide for the Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prevention Project. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has entered into a contract agreement with Collier County to reduce nesting sea turtle disorientation by planting native light screening vegetation along County and City beach accesses. Project will replace current electric pole lights along County and City of Naples beach accesses with sea turtle friendly lighting. WHEREAS, The Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation approved an award of $132,196 in federal funds to Collier County to support the Sea Turtle Light Disorientation Prevention Project. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained therein, the County and the City hereby agree as follows: I. To communicate with the Project Manager on a regular basis with respect to the status of the Project, including but not limited to providing reports discussed or deemed necessary by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grant Contract 2006- 0114-004. 2. To coordinate with necessary officials to outline the needs of the grant and to delineate responsibilities as required to apply for permits, meet with contractors, order light fixtures and light screening vegetation as set forth in Project (Phase I). 3. To coordinate press releases which include public information as to the needs and benefits of the project, remove old light fixtures and install woody plants as set forth in Project (Phase II). 4. To coordinate installation of new light fixtures, prepare ground for planting of light screenirlg vegetation, conduct inspections and readjust on an as needed basis, assess and report on the effectiveness of lighting fixtures and vegetation as set forth in Project (Phase III). 5. Agree to work diligently to complete project no later than December 31, 2007. 6. The term of this Agreement shall be for the term of the Grant Contract (2006-0114- 004) expiring on December 31, 2007. Page 1 of2 .~ .~ Agenda Item No. 16D2 April 1 0, 2007 Page 16 of 17 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have set their hands and seals this 2007. day of Attest: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA Deputy Clerk By: Commissioner James Coletta, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENCY: CITY OF NAPLES ~~M Il~~ {\ V' Robert Zachary to Assistant County Attorney By: Bill Barnett, Mayor ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY BY: City Clerk City Attorney Pagelof2 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda 1tem No 1602 April 10, 20U7 Page 17 of 17 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16D2 Recommendation to approve the grant award from NatiOna! Fish and Wildlife Foundation in thE' amount of $132,196 for the Collier County Sea Turtle Disorientation Prevention Plan and proceed wiH1 development of an Inler-Iocal Agreement with the C.ty of Naples and approve any necessary budget amendmenls 4/10120079 00 DO AM Operations Coordinator Date Prepared By Susan Capasso Public Services Parks and Recreation 3129/20072:49:41 PM OperalionsCoordinator Date Approved By Susan Capasso Public$ervice$ Parlls and Recreation 3129120073:08 PM E><ecutiveSecretllry Date Approved By Kathy Carpenter Public Services Public Services Admin. 3129120073:16 PM Marlene J. Foord Grants Coordinator D," Approved By Administrative Services AdminislraliveServicesAdmin. 3129120074:21 PM Approved By Barry Williams Public$flrvices Director Dale P"rks and Recreation J129120074,28PM BarfjlWilliams Director Dale Approved By PuhllcScrvices P",.ks and Recroalion 3129120074:28 PM Approved By OMS Coordinator County Manager's Office AdminlstrativeA~sistant Date Office of Mllnagement & Budget 3130120078:08AM f'rincipa! Environmental Speciaiist Date Approved By Maura Kraus Public Services Park~ and r..ccreation 3/301200711:34AM r,1arlJgcmel1t & Budgel Analyst Date Approved By Sherry Pfjlor County Manager's Office Office of Management & Budget 3130120072:49 PM Michael5mykowski M:mllgement &- Budget Director Date Appro\'ed By CountyIM,,,agcr'50tfice om,,, or Management 8. Bldget 3/311200710:56AM Approved By JamesV. Mudd Goard ofCou'1ty Commi,'.sioners Cnu"ly Man"ger Dale County Man"ger'~ Office 31311200711:13AM Agenda Item No. 16D3 April 10, 2007 Page 1 of 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the Summer Food Service Program Grant in the Amount of $761,000 for FY 2007 Obiective: To provide free nutritious meals during the summer to Collier County children living in disadvantaged neighborhoods. Considerations: The Summer Food Service Program is a b>rant funded by the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service and administered by the Florida Department of Education. The first application was approved by the State and BCC in 1982. From 1983 going forward the only requirement is that the Bee enter into a contract with the state of Florida to be an administrator of the Summer Food Service Program. The pwpose of the program is to ensure that children can receive the same high quality meals during the summer as provided by the schools during the school year. The grant reimburses agencies that serve free meals to children eighteen years and under in neighborhoods that qualify. Neighborhood eligibility is determined by census income data or by the percentage of children who receive free and reduced meal service during the school year. All of Immokalee and Everglades City and many neighborhoods in the Naples area are eligible. .-. Staff has successfully administered the Summer Food Service Program for the past twenty-five years in conjunction with the summer camp program. In 2006 the grant provided 91,419 breakfasts and 121,973 lunches for a total reimbursement of $492,520. This summer the program will provide an estimated 110,000 breakfasts and 140,000 lunches. School personnel prepare and deliver the lU11ches under the supervision of County staff. The County will be reimbursed based on the number of meals served and the costs of administering thc program. Fiscal Impact: The program is budgeted under the FY 07 Food Grant Fund in the amount of$761,000. The State will reimburse the County for 100% of expenses. Growth Manaaement Impact: No Growth Management Impact is associated with this action. Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Board of COU11ty Commissioners approves the Summer Food Service Program grant and authorizes the chairman to sign the attached agreement. Prepared by: Shari Ferguson, Regional Manager, Parks and Recreation Department .-. cu;j:: , 0 ."-0 ~ ro 0..C: o .lJ Ul L Z r r ~ -;;;.. -all> c.... g;r. <('""" o u z g",iz ~~~ U_w ::l~l9 ow"" ~(J)3 ~li.~ . ~ i-- .i 0:"')1- <""" o.oz Wzo ~Q:l a~(J 0';"8 00 -' "" "" 5 '" <= o 0. <n '0 ., E no z ~ , .., o ~ .0 <=- ~ E " " 5, "" . ~ l 5. 5 '~ . o o . "E ~ c: .... :- .... >-' .. " . ~ . ~ . Cl ~ o o o 1.0 r-I :Ii i :0 > e ~ <; 11 "0 ~ !Z UJ ::;; W UJ '" <!l "" z UJ '" 9 J: u '" o "" ::;; i2 <!l o '" 0. UJ U ~ UJ '" o o o "" '" w ::;; ::;; :;:J '" " . 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"- " '" " i!J .~ 5 ~ <( '0 " ~ ;:: " co " e ~ " co '" en ;,; " o ':i. ') .,M ",u. -0:. UJ</J </Ju. UJ</J Agenda Item No. 16D3 Apri11Q,2007 Page 4 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 16D3 Meeting Date: Recommendation to approve th€ Summer Food ServiC€ Program Grant in the Amount of $761,000 lor FY 2007 4/10120079.o0.00AM ApprOl"ed By KathyCllrpenter Executive Secretary Date PubhcServiees Publie Services Admin. 3/23120071:09 PM Approved By Shari Ferguson Regional Manager Date Public Services Parks and Recreation 3126120079:21AM Approved By Marla Ramsey Public Services Adrninistrator Date Public Services Public Services Admin. 3/261200711:00AM Approved By Barry Williams Director Date Public Services Parl<s and Recre<\ltion 3/28120078:58AM Approved By OMBCoordinator AdmimstriltiveAssistant Date County Manager's Office Office of Managemant & Budget 3129/2D018:07 AM Approved By Sherry Pryor ManagementS Bud>lelAnalyst Data County Manager'sOffie.. Offic., of Management &. Budget 313012001949 AM Approved By Michael Smykowski Managemenl &. Budget Director Date County Mana[Jer's Office Office of Managemenl &. Budget 3/301200711:1JAM Approved By JamesV. Mudd County Manager O:;ote Board of County Commissioners County Manager's Office 313012007€:19PM Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 1 0, 2007 Page 1 of 58 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Report and Ratify Staff-Approved Change Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board- Approved Contracts. OBJECTIVE: To enable the Board to oversee the execution of administrative change orders and changes to work orders, and promote accountability in the use of staff authority. CONSIDERATIONS: On April 22, 2003, the Board approved a recommendation to implement a plan to enable changes to BCC-approved contracts (Section XIV, C, Collier County Purchasing Policy) of not greater than 10 percent of the current Board approved amount or $10,000 (whichever is greater) to be authorized by staff. Also included in the report are changes to Work Orders. These include work orders issued under CCNA Contracts, which are less than or equal to $200,000 (Section VII.C, Collier County Purchasing Policy), and changes to work orders for all other contracts (Section XIV. G, Collier County Purchasing Policy) which are not greater than 10 percent of the current Board Approved amount or $100,000 whichever is greater. The Administrative report identifies the percentage changes, to contracts or work orders, that have occurred since the prior BCC approved amount, which are below the threshold limits as referenced above. --- The plan calls for staff to submit a monthly report listing these change orders from the previous reporting period. Enclosed is the monthly report of the Administrative Change Order and Administrative Changes to Work Order Reports. These reports cover period February 21, 2007 through March 19, 2007. FISCAL IMPACT: The total change to contracts is $674,278.70. The total change to work orders is $178,574.93, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this action. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners accepts the enclosed Administrative Change Orders and Administrative Changes to Work Orders Reports and ratifies the listed change orders and changes to work orders PREPARED BY: Diana De Leon, Contract Technician, Purchasing Department - Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Agenda !tern No. 16E1 April 10, Z007 Page 2 of 58 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16E1 Report and Ratify Staff-Approved C!',ange Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board- ApprovedConlracts 41101200780000AM AdminislraliveAss.stant Date Prepared By Diana DeLeon AdministrativeServicEts Purchasing 3128/20073:10:35 PM Approved By Purchasing/General SvcsDirector DatEt Steve Carnell Administrative Services Purchasing 31291200712:43 PM Approved By Jeffrey A_ Walker, CPCU, ARM AdministratlveServices Risk Management Director D<t' Risk Management 3129/20071:17 PM Approved By Administrative Assislant Date OMBCoordinator County M"nager'sOlfice Office of Management & Budget J130/20078:05AM Laura Dav,sson Management & Budget Analyst Date Approved By County Manager'sOffiee Office of Management & Budget 4/21200711:09At.'I Michael Smykowski Management & Budget Director Date Approved By County Manager'!; Qffice Office of Management & Budget 412/2007 G54PM JamesV. 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U ~ :J 0:;: c 2~ ~ ~ ffi ~ 'OJ ~ 6* >-N Q):;::; (lI ~ co ~ ~ ~ ~o~ro-o (9 ~ u W ~ ~ 0> o . '" u '0 l . .~ ~ o ~ o ~ ~ o " M '" .,; ~ ~ ai ~ ~ '" ti o ." e 0- ~ .. o 0- ~ '" '" " . . ." , e 0- .9 ID -e o .e ~ C o o u Jl " U ID ." ." ." o . ." C g; a o o ~ o .. > ID .. C o '" '6 ." . ..9 . ." , o is. o f- . u ~ :; u .9 . '" o ~ <3 ]j o ,.. ~ '" o . '" " '0 l ID .~ ~ o CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 1 0, 2007 Page 7 of 58 / PROJECT NAME: Radio Road Median Renovation Phase I (One) PROJECT #:158-162522 BIDIRFP t: 04-3614 MOD #: 1 fOne) PO#: 4500066290 WORK ORDER t: TLO-MA -3614-04-16 DEPARTMENT: Alternative Transportation Mod.. CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: McGee & Associates Original Contract Amount: $ 17.330.00 (Starting Point) $ 0 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) $ 17.330.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This MOdification) eulTent BeC Approved Amount: CUlTent Contract Amount: Change Amount: $ 2.510.00 $ 19.840.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractlWork Order: $ 2.510.00 RECEIVED FEB 1 5 2007 Revised ContractJWork Order Amount: TransportatIon ATM Dept. Date of Last BCC Approval nfa Agenda Item # nla Percentage of the change overlunder current contract amount Fonnula: (Revised Amount f Last BCC approved arnount)-l Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the cu~.. amount, therrscC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing departm~ CCNA Work 0I:ders:' For all work orders that exceed $200,0<)0 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these cnanges are reported by the Purchasin9 Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work OrderS: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required, If in doub~ contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3.d, 14.48 % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: January 29. 2007 CURRENT: ADril 30. 2007 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Identify the changes. Change Order is for additional services and inclusion 01 Sub-Consultant Engineer linn for Radio Road Median Renovation Phase I (One) curbing and median modifications from Devonshire Blvd. to Blue Sky, This Change Order adds an additional $2,510.00 to this Work Order _ additional Scope 01 Services and additional fees to Task 3.1 Final Landscape Design JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project?Change is recommended in order to provide Engineer Signed and Sealed Plans for Project PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Mike McGee Landscaoe Architect: Dale Bathon. P.E. Senior Proiect Manaoer. Jav Ahmad, P.E. Director Trans. ECM. IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, Nor NlA) - Y - Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement - Y - Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope - Y - Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement - Y _ The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change - Y - Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable Revised 10.24.2006 ;:r. ,.",'.,. ..i"J.;.....-:. .:"'~;,- ';~-" ~,...,<:.. - DROJECT MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: This fonn Is to be signed and dated. 2., I r; c APPROVE BY: D REVIEWED B'l! RECEIVED FEB 1 5 2007 TransportatIon ATM Dept. Revised 10.24.2006 Agenda Item No. 16E1 (q April 1 0, 2007 Page 8 of 58 .,;"'';;;.0;, -:l~~.di:.:i.>;.,~;,.:. .'~.;.::;i-~'::.it- # Agenda Item No. 16E'1 ? April 10, 2007 Page 9 of 58 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM 10/24/06 PROJECT NAME: Avalon School Drainaae Ditch ImDrovements Proiect PROJECT #: 511071 BID/RFP #:01.3290 MOO #: 1 PO#:4500070324 WORK ORDER #: PHA-FT-3290-D6.Q3 DEPARTMENT: Stormwater Manaaement CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: Pitman-Hartenstein & Associates. Inc. Original Contract Amount: $ 31.703.40 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ N.A. (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 31.703.40 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) $ 17.250.00 $ 48.953.40 (Including This Change Order) Change Amount: Revised ContractJWork Order Amount: Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/W ork Order: $ 17 .250.00 Date of Last BCC Approval N/A Agenda Item # N/A Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount 54.41 Formula: {Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount)-1 % Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000. these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount. then BCC approval is required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE {S):ORIGINAl: 02/28/07CURRENT: 05/31/07 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (5): Identify the changes. In addition to the Post-Deslan services provided bv the Consultant for the proiect. the Countv desires that the Consultant provide an as-built survev of the orooosed imorovements at the conclusion of the construction. The survev will be oerformed when directed bv the County. uoon receiot of the Contractor's rediined construction mark-uos showina fieid revisions and construction deviations from the aooroved plans. See attached re~uested Proposal Letter. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? As- built oricinallv to be done bv in-house survevor. who no loncer is a County emolovee. PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Desian Professionai and Suoervisor .......... - '!..,,~;-.;;~ ~:;?~:;_:;f.;;:-'_.~.w"_ ,',:d.:-~ -.:,.:'"1" ~>::....;~ . Agenda Item No. 16E1 ?q, April 10, 2007 Page 10 of 58 IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N/A) Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement , Proposed change is in fact an addnion or deletion to the existing scope ..i.. Change is being Implemented in a manner consistent wnh the existing agreement ..::L- The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change ..::L- Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth In the change are reasonable PROJECT MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ThIs form Is to be signed and dated. REVIEWED BY: Date: 'Z./(?.~r ~~ APPROVED BY: Date: L'''-:ic~, _'. .~~".."'.: ."'," .....'... .~ ~~; -, -.,.~~: ">"4C. CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 1 0, 2007 Page 11 of 58 3 PROJECT NAME: Eaale lakes Phase II (Maintenance Buildinal PROJECT #: 80017 BID/RFP #: 01-3235 MOD #: LPO#:4500001572 WORK ORDER #:V:..o2..o4 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Victor Latavish Original Contract Amount: $ 17.050.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 17.050.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 17.050.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 1.700.00 $ 18.750.00 (Including This Change Order) Revised ContractlWork Order Amount: Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractlWork Order: $ 1.700.00 Date of last BCC Approval November 27, 2001 (Contract Award) Agenda Item # 16.E.2 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount 9.97 Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount)-1 % Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CeNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000. these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work. order thresholds. please refer to the Procurement Administration Proeedures, Section IV,3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: Julv 6. 2006 CURRENT: Julv 5. 2007 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (5): Identify the changes. To provide for increased professional architecturallenaineerina desian services. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? To accommodate deficiencies with pre-existina. unknown site conditions. the Architect was reauired to provide additional services. The work order has also been extended until Julv 5, 2007. for a total of 365 davs. PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Victor Latavish. Sandstone Builders IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y. Nor N/A) .'L Proposed cI1ange is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement .'L Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope .'L Change is being implemente<! in a manner consistent with the existing agreement .'L The appropriate parties have been consulte<! regarding the change .'L Propose<! prices. fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable APPROVE BY: REVIEWED DATION: This fonn is to be signed and dated. , Ie: 01-.. '2-1. 0;:;- Date: Z -2- 7 -07 ,. "'. ~~~-,-. ,. .~;.... -~'.~~~ ;...,~:,..~ -;~ CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION . CHECKLIST FORM ~v..""'() Stt>.410f'\ "!:VYlp,,'",,"7<:'h-h- PROJECT NAME: l:IS 41 ra" Wallo. M"i.. relllliloom~mt . I"ROJECT t: 72545 Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 10, 2007 Page 12 of 58 1.( BIDIRFP #: _ MOO If: .LPO#: 4500071516 WORK ORDER #: QGM-FT -3290-0;'.01 DEPARTMENT: PUED CONTRACTOR/F[RM NAME: Q Gradv Minor & Associates P.A Original Contract Amount: $ 221.150.00 (Starting POll'lt) Current BeC Approved Amount: $ 221.150.00 (Last Total AmounC Approved by the Bee) Current Contract Amount: $ 221.150.00 (Including All Ch:angC!l PrlOt" To 111is Modification) Change Amount: $ 0.00 $ 221.150.00 (Including This Change Orocr) 1;?t..:J.):;4\:uu-- U 1l.evis~d Contraet/Work Order Amount: Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Work Order: $ rDate of Last BCC Approval October 10. 2006 II ~ercentage of the change over/under current contract amount ! Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount)-1 , Results and Actions; ContraetSl: "lhe change exceeds 10% of the current Bce amount, tt'llim Bee appruval is requited: equal":c or leas ttlan 1l)'!'-' . reponed tQ Bce by tha purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For an wol'k orders that exoead ~OO.OOO whera t11Q chan Jr~ does not exceed 10% or $10,000, thes.e chal'lge-s .are rsportQd by the Purchasing Department to the BCe lil.dmlnlstra.tlvaly. ChangGrs to th051i! worllorders that exceett those thresholds requIre prior ace approval. NON-CCNA Work Ordcr$: If the c;hange eltCoods 1 D% of the OI,Jrn.-nt BCC amount., th"n Bee approval is requi~. If In doubt, contact your contract speoiali:9.t. Fo,. more speolfic Iniormatlon reganflng work order thresholds, please refer t':> the Pl'OCtJrement Administration Pfocedur'ee, See!ion IV.3.d. Agenda Item 1t---H2iQ) 0.00 % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: April 23. 2008 CURRENT: Aoril 23. 2008 i SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (8): Identify the changes. ! the rate schedule with fees for surveying for the consultant. i_jUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? iY The oriqinal work order was approved for the Preliminary Deslqn. Desion and.:;:)El for six pump : stations. Survey of the stations is considered Dart of the oreliminarv desiqn work. Therefore it is necessary to : iliCiude the rale schedule in order to comolete the desion. : 1 This chane:e order is to supplement 'PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Mr. Bill Mullin IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or NfA) ~ Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the axisting agreement ~ Proposed change is in fact an addition or deietion to the existing scope -1L Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement .,.2L The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change ~ btecHi.tfor us 41. I: Ptl.ge 1 of2 Date; Novernlor 17, ;WOO ."'~l'":.:;,.;r.;~,,,,,,;_;i;, .~..~. -2L Proposed priceJe, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable ".:" . Date: DATION: This form is to be signed and dated. REVIEWED BY: Contract Specialist ,. ; 'p..~: . ~ . .:;;; " " ' ~) . ~:': Ch~cJ.: Ust for us 41. " -'J;~,.^~~. Date: P:l.ge 1 or2 317/07 3/9/07 Agenda Item No. 16E 1 "IJ April 1 0,2007 '1 "\ Page 13 of 58 O"tl:: Novcmb~17.:lOQ(j ~.; .~,.=' 'r'~.l',. CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E 1 April 1 0, 2007 Page 14 of 58 5 PROJECT NAME: Reclaimed Water ASR PROJECT #: 74030 BID/RFP #: 05-3785 MOD #: 1 PO#: 4500061473 WORK ORDER #: HDR-FT-3785-06-05 DEPARTMENT: Public Utilities Engineering CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: HDR Engineering, Inc. Current Contract Amount: $ 167.800.00 (Starting Point) $167.800.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCG) $ 167,800.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Original Contract Amount: Current BCC Approved Amount: Change Amount: $ 29,680.00 $ 197.480.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Work Order: $ 29.680.00 Revised Contract/Work Order Amount: ,Date of last BCC Approval 3-28-06 Agenda Item !L1Q!:! ! i f>ercentage of the change over/under current contract amount 17.69% J Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount. then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific intormation regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAl: 4/24/07 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Identify the extension. technical support to proiect close out. CURRENT:7/23/07 changes. Additional eEl services. work order time JUSTiFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? This Chanae will provide additional on site eEl services due to proiect delays. assistance with chanqe orders. contract , administration that will enable close-out of this proiect. , r . PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: GeorQe Yilmaz. Bill Mullin, Diana Perryman, Roy Anderson. IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N/A) _X_ Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement _X_ Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope _X_ Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement _X_ The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change X_ Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable ATION: This form is to be si~ned and dated. Date: 3. '""'l \t)) Date: ~I 7' 01 Revised 10.24.2006 . ~.,...;.,.,"< .~ ~, ,'~&'~.~,-~.~,,~ Agenda Item No. 16E1 1_ April 1 0,2007 If' Page 15 of 58 PROJECT NAME: CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKUST FORM SCRWTP AddRlonal Wens on New Well Sites PROJECT #: 71051 Raw Water Transmission Main & Aoourtenances for Raw Water Wells 39S. 4OS. 415 & 425 BIDIRFP #: 04-3535 MOD f#: 1 POf#: 4500069110 WORK ORDER #: UC-254 DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC UTiLITIES ENGINEERING DEPT. CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: D. N. Hioolns Original Contract Amount: $ Current BCC Approved Amount: (Starting Point) $ 1.884.000.00 (Last T olal Amount Approved by the BCC) $ 1.884.000.00 (Induding All Changes Prior To This Modification) 1.884.000.00 Current Contract Amount: Change Amount: Revised ContractJWortc Order Amount: $ 0.00 $ 1.884.000.00 (Induding This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractJWork Order: S 0.00 Date of last BCC Approval: Seotember 26. 2006 Agenda item # 10 l Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount / last BCC approved amount)-1 o % Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount. then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the BCe administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval Is required. If in doubt. contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3,d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAl: February 16. 2007 CURRENT: Aor1l17. 2007 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (5): Identify the changes. The proposed no cost time extension (i.e.. 60 calendar davs) is needed to accommodate oermittino and the delivery scheduie of a vendor for eouloment ourchased bv Collier County. JUSTiFICATION FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the proJect?The benefIT of the orooosed time extension Is to allow the contractor to oerform work based on actual delivery of eauioment and oermiltino. Due to a manufacturer defect. addRlonal time mav be reouired to finalized instaliation of mechanical eouioment at R0-42S. PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: The contacted Include the contractor (D. N. Hloolnsl. the enoineer (Hazen and Sawyer). the suppliers (Mitchell & Stark and T AWl. and the owner (Collier Countv) IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N1A) .J Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement T Proposed change is In fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope T Chenge is being Implemented In a manner consistent with the existing agreement T The appropriate parties have been consuRed regarding the change T Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable Revised 10.24.2006 *,., ,-"--,:",,~,",,-:,,,";fu-;;'~1..;.',;.- ;~~ -;'"'~~~'~""~.:lI-;~';:' ,~:"...~__d,... .:.i~{~_.,.:.". CONSULTING ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATION: This form Is to be signed and datad. RECOMMENDED BY: .Ai I u.r;d!.i Date: 13 J t1 J b 7 Consultanfs Represe e Albert Muniz, P.E., Vice President, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C. PROJECT MANAGER ECOMMENDATION: This form Is to be signed and dated. Dalli: ....2h 107 Dale: sf Of /01 REVIEWED BY: Contract Specialist Revised 10.24.2006 ...-;,~,~{.,-,,'.c:.i,:.~t-"::" ....,.,~,;...:- ." .-l Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 10, 2007 Page 16 of 58 ~Cl. ;.-"';',....., ";';i~ ;.""-{:'.~.....':"';J';'" .. ,..;,.-", CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 . April 10. 2007 Page 17 of 58 7 PROJECT NAME: Marco South Construction Observation PROJECT #: 905001 BfDlRFP #: 06-3902 MOD #: LPO#: 4500065606 WORK ORDER #: HM-FT-3902-D6-03 DEPARTMENT: Coastal Zone Manaaement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Humiston & Moore Enaineers Original Contract Amount: $ 79.161.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ N/A (Gst Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 84.641.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 9.040.00 $ 93.681.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Valua of Changas to this ContractIWork Order: $14,520.00 Date of Last BCC Approval N/A Agenda Item # N/A Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval, NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount. then BCC approval is required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures. Section IV.3.d, 18.3 % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: 2/20/06 CURRENT: 4/21/07 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE IS\: Identifv the chanaes. Increase Task 4 additional reQuirements to complete the post construction reDort due to the beach QradinQ modification 1$2.800.00\: Add Task 6 Permit Modification for beach aradinQ 1$6.240.001. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? Adiustment in tasks required for comoletion of oroiect in fiscal vear 2006-2007 PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Linda Best. Gary McAloin IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N/A) - Y - Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement - Y - Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope - Y - Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement - Y - The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change - Y - Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable PROJECT MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: This form is to be slgtled and dated. APPROVE BY:' 0(,./ Date: ~ ;-- Date: ~ ~>-";':~..;,';'...;;-..4:J;'. , I , i ..~ -,.:~ ~.j Agenda Item No, 16E1 15 Amil 10. 2007 Page loot c,CS CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION t/'! CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: EMS A&nlertiaae Bay PROJECT #: 55160 BID/RFP #: 01-3290MOD #: LPO#:4500062371 WORK ORDER #: QGM-FT-329Q-06-16 DEPARTMENT: Facilities Management CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Q Gradv Minor & Associates. P.A. Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 89,600.00 (Starting Point) $ 89,600.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Original Contract Amount: Change Amount: $ 89,600.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) $ 3,500.00 Current Contract Amount: Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 93,100.00 (Includin9 This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Work Order: $..z,+ou.uu - .3, s: 00. 00 Date of Last BCC Approval NIA Agenda Item # N/A Percentage of the change overlunder current contract amount 3.91 % Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount}-1 Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: tf the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required. If in doubt. contact your contract specialist. For more specifiC information regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: 2/20/2007 CURRENT:2f20/2009 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Additional services for insubstantial change and adding 730 days to contract time. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): CDES required these changes in order to ultimately proceed with construction. PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Ron Hovell, Skip Camp IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, Nor N/A) _X_ Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement _X_ Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope _X_ Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement _X_ The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change _X_ Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth In the change are reasonable Revised 10.24.2006 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKUSTFORM Agenda Item No. r6E 1 April 10, 2007 Page 19 of 58 q PROJECT NAME: Collier County Quality Assurance PROJECT #: 710451 BID/RFP #: 05-3783_MOD #: 1_PO#:_4500057568_ WORK ORDER #:WM-FT -06-03_ DEPARTMENT:__PUED CONTRACTORlFIRM NAME: Wilson Miller Original Contract AmDunt: $ _34,000 (Starting Point) Current BCC Apprcwed Amount $_0 (Last T Dial Amount Approved by the BCC) Cumnt Contract Amount: $ 84,000 (including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $_8,400 Revised ContractJWork Order Amount: $_92,400 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ConlractJWork Order: $_8,400 Date of last BCC Approval_511012005 Agenda Item # _16 C 4 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount_.A-t"' I () % Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Actions; ContnIcts:: rr the change exceeds 10% of the current Bee EI11OUI1l then ace approval is required: equal to or less. than 10% repolted 10 Bce by the purchasing department CCNA. Work Orders: For an work orders that exooed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000. lhese d1anges a", "'ported by the Purchasing Department to !he BCC adminialrati..ly, C"",,gers to those work Old.,. !hat ElXl:e<lCI thase thresholds require prior Bce approval. NON..cCNA Wort; Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current Bee amount. then see approval is requil'8d. rt in doubt, contact your contract: .specialist. For more specffic information regarding worX Older thresholds. please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures.. Section IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORlGINAL: CURRENT: SUMMARy OF PROPOSED CHANGE (8): IdentifY the changes. Add $8400.00 to the existing work order. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benerrl do these changes proVide to the project? out work as soecified in this work order Finishing PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING TliE CHANGE: Trevor Trinkaus. Diana Perryman. Jim Hunt IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verity each before proceeding with change using Y, N or NIA) - Y - Proposed change is consistent with the scope of 1I1e existing agreement - Y - Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope - Y - Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement - Y - The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change - Y - Proposed prices. fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable ION: This fonn Is to be signed and dated. Date: ?/llo> Date: :::;; - i- :.. D7 REVIEWED BY . .. .~..... " CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E 1 April 10, 2007 Page 20 of 58 10 PROJECT NAME: Collier County Capital Projects PROJECT#: 110451 BIDJRFP #: 05-3183_MOD #: 1_P0#:3500070331_ WORK ORDER #:WM-FT-lJ6..05_ DEPARTMENT:_PUED CONTRACTORlFIRM NAME: Wilson Miller OI1glnal Contract Amount: $_39,000 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 0 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) $_39.000 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Current Contract Amount: $_3,900 $_4%900 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractlWork Order: $_3,900 Change Amount: Revised ContractJWork Order Amount: Date otlast BCC Appmval_511 012005 Agenda Item # _16 C 4 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount~ 10 % Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Ad.ions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the cunent ace amount then Bce approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to BCe by the purchasing department. CCNA Wo'* Ord8rs: For aU work orders that exceed $200,000 where U1e change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Pun::hasi~ Departmenl to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work oldelS that exceed those threshokts require prior Bce approval. NON-CCNA Work Qrckmr;: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCe amount:, then BCe approval Is required. If in doubt. contact. your contract specialist. For more spedfic information regarding work order thresholds. pktase refer to U1e Procurement Actnlnistration Procedures, Sec50n !V..3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORlGINAL: CURRENT: SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Identify the changes. Add $3,900.00 to the existing work order. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (51: What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? out work as soecified in this work order Finishina PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Trevor Trinkaus. Diana Perryman. Jim Hunt IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N1A) _ Y _ Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement _ Y _ Proposed change is in fact an add~ion or deletion to the existing scope _ Y _ Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement _ Y _ The appropriate parties have been consuKed regarding the change _ Y _ Proposed prices. fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable EN DATION: This fonn Is to be signed and dated. Date:~ 1,.( Date:~ REVIEWED BY: - CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODlRCAll0N CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 10, 2007 Page 21 of 58 II PROJECT NAME: Collier County ArcG/S Classes PROJECT#: 710451 BIDIRFP #: 05-3783_MOD #: 1_PO#:_ 45OO073554~ WORK ORDER ':WM..fT~6-06_ DEPARTMENT:_PUED CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Wilson Miller Original Contract Amount: $ _70,900 (starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $_0 (Last Totai Amount Approved by the BCC) $_70.900 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Current Contract Amount: Change Amount: $_7,090 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $_77,990 (including This Change Order) Cumulative Donar Value of Changes to this ContractJWork Order: $_7,090 Date of Last BCCApproval_511012005 Agenda Item' _16 C4 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount-----,.OA::: 1 00}.> % Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Ac:tions: ConbiIIcts; If the change exceeds 10% of the current ace amount. It1en BCC approval is required; equal to or 5ess than 10% reported to BCC by the pun::has.ng department CCNA Work Orders: For.l work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes .... reported by the Pun:hasing Dopa_ to the BCC adminlslnolively, ehangen; to these war\( orders that exceed those_holds _Ire prior Bee approval. NON-CCNA Wor1tOrdots: ffthectlange_10% oftt,. C\JlTOntBCC amount, then BCC 8JlIlI'O\'lI1 is requited. If in doubt. contact your contrad: Specialist. For more specific infonnaUon regarding wort order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, SectioolV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORlGINAL: CURRENT: SUMMARy OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): IdentifY the changes. Add $7,090.00 to the existing work order, JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE IS): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? out work as soecified in this work order Finishino PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Trevor Trinkaus, Diana Perryman. Jim Hunt IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify Heb before Prooeeding with change using Y, N or NfA) - Y - Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement - Y - Proposed change is in fact an add~ion or deletion to the existing scope - Y - Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with tile existing agreement - Y - The appropriate parties have been consu~ed regarding the change - Y - Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable ENDATION: This fonn is to be signed aod dated. Date: ~ Date:~ .- ~."'-.. CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 10, 2007 Page 22 of 58 I;;).., PROJECT NAME: Pelican Bay Fire and Irrigation improvements - Ritz Carlton PROJECT #: 74023 o<{-3:ns- BID/RFP #: .Qj-a29l) MOD #: L PO#: 45...61079 WORK ORDER #: UC-197 DEPARTMENT: PUED CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Douglas N. Higgins. Original Contract Amount: $ 106,170.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 106,170.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 56,552.93 $ 162,722.93 (Including This Change Order) Revised Contract/Work Order Amount: Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Work Order: $_5". "i3.4:t" 5 (PI 6"501 ' 93 Date of Last BCC Approval Agenda Item # Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount! Last BCe approved amount)-1 Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCe amount, then BCe approval is required; equal to Of less than 10% reported to BGe by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $90,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing Department to the Bee administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CeNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCe amount, then BCe approval is required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific infonnatlon regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3.d. 53.27 % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: -.June 14,2006 CURRENT: SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (5): Identify the changes. (a)lnstall(1) a Backflow Preventor (2) a Fire Hydrant; (b) Additional piping and materials; (c) Exploratory digs to locate tie ins Feb 28, 2007 JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? This change will add the funds needed to finalize the project with changes mandated by the Fire Code officials PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Wilson Miller Inc, Water dept, Purchacing dept Douglas N Higgings IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N/A) y ~ y y y- y Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable PROJECT MANA<j"E\R.. RECOMME~ APPROVED BY: V't\ ~ l..: ~ject anager REVIEWED BY: ~ 1)2)..I~tfyy) Contract Specialist JION: This form is to be signed and dated. Date: ...,. - \ S - D'1 Date: 3 -/&r01 Revised 3/29/06 +,,".-i.l.~ ,-,~:~':':".:~j",,- .;.:~. CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No, 16E 1 April 10, 2007 Page 23 of 58 /3 PROJECT NAME: Collier County Database Connectivity_ PROJECT #: 710451 BIDIRFP II: 05-37B3_MOD #I: 2_POtI:_ 4500057567_ WORK ORDER/l:WM-FT ~2_ DEPARTMENT:_PUED CONTRACTORJFIRM NAME: Wilson Miller Original Contract Amount: $ _55,400 (Starting Point) $ 0 (Last T olal Amount Approved by the BCC) $ 55,400 (including All Changes Prior To This Modification) $_5,540 $ 60,940 (including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Wori< Order: $_5,540 Current BCC Approved Amount: Current Contract Amount: Change Amount: Revised ContractJWori< Order Amount: Date of Last BCC Approval_5!1012005 Agenda Item #1_16 C 4 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount~ I 0 % Formula: (Revised Amount! Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Actions: Contracts: f( the change exceeds 10% of the current Bee amount, then Bce approval is required: equar to Df less than 10% reported 10 BeC by the purchasing department CCNA Wor1c Orders: For an wort< 0,*", that exceed $200.000 wile", the change d_ not exx:ecd 10% or $10.000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing DeparIrnsrt to the Bee administratively. Changers to these wonc orders that exceed those ttuesholds require prior BCC approval. NON-CCNA Work QrdenJ: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount. then ace approval is required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific information" regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORIGINAL: CURRENT: SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): IdentifY the changes. Add $5,540.00 to the existing work order. JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? auf work as soecified in this work order Finishino PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Trevor Trinkaus Diana Penvrnan. Jim Hunt IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N1A) - Y - Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement - Y - Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope - Y - Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement - Y - The appropriate parties have been consutted regarding the change - Y - Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth In the change are reasonable APPROVE BY: DATION: This fonn Is to be signed and dated. Date: ~ Oate: ~ REVIEWED BY: CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODlRCATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: CoBler County Plant ad Facility GIS PROJECT #: 710451 BIDIRFP #: 05-3783_MOO #: 1_PO#:_ 4500057566_ WORK ORDER t:WM-FT -O6~1_ Agenda Item No. 16E1 Ill. April 10, 2007 "1 Page 24 of 58 DEPARTMENT:__PUED CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: Wilson Miller Original Contilict Amount: $ _35,000 (Starting Point) $ 0 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCe) $ 35.000 (including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Current BCC Approved Amount: Current Contract Amount: Change Amount: Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $_3,500 $__38,500' (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractlWork Order: $_3,500 Date of Last BCC Approval_5/1012005 Agenda Item # _16 C 4 Percentage of the changa over/under current contract amount-K 10 % F'ormula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount)-1 Results and Adions: Cont:racts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount then ace approvalls required; ec(ual to or ~ than 10% reported to ace by the purchasing departmenl CCNA Wo'" Orders: For all wot1( orders that exceed $200,000 where. the dlange does not excee:;j 10% or $10,000, Ihese manges are reported by the Purt:hasing Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior Bee approval. NON..ccNA Work Ordenr.: tf the change exceeds 10% of the current ace amount, then ace approval Is required. If in doubt, contact your contract spedalest For more specific infonnation regarding work order thresholds. please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures. Section IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S):ORlGINAL: (1 /~O/ O? . CURRENT: Iz/SC>!{)~ SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Identify the changes. Add $3500.00 to the existing work order. JUSTIFICATION F'OR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? out work as soecified in this work order FinishinQ PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: TrevorTrinkaus. Diana Penvrnan. Jim Hunt IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each befo", proceeding with change using Y, N or NIA) _ Y _ Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement _V_Proposed change is in !act an addition or deletion to the existing scope _V_Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement _V_The appropriate parties have been consufied regarding the change _V_Proposed prices. fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable APPROVE BV' MENDATION: This fann is to be signed and dated. Date: ~ // /0'/ Date: 4 ;t/,o 7 I REVIEWED B CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: Comer County Application Oeslgn PROJECT #; 710451 BIO/RFP #; 05-3783_MOO f: CPOf:_ 45000~~ '" ~ WORK ORDER ':WM-FT.e6-04_ Agenda Item No. 16E1 April 10, 2007 Page 25 of 58 /5 OEPARTMENT:__PUEO CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: Wilson Miller Original Contract Amount: $ _80,000 (Starting Point) $ 0 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCG) Current BCC Approved Amount: Current Contract Amount: $ 80,000 (including All Changes Prior To This Modification) $_8,000 Change Amount: Revised ContracttWorfl: Order Amount: $ 88,000 (including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractlWorfl: Order: $_8,000 Date of Last BCC Approval_5/1012005 Agenda Item # _16 C 4 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount~r 0 % Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCe approved amount)-1 Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 10% of the current see amount, then BCC approval is required; equal to or less than 10% reported to Bee by the purchasing department CCNA Work Orders: For all work orders that exceed $200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10.000, these d1anges are "'_ by the Purdlasing Department to the BCC administralively. Change!5 to these w<><1< on:lars 111m exceed those threshok:ls reqLlirv prior BCC approval. NO~NA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current ace amount. then see approval is required. If In doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work order thresholds, please refer to the Procurement ::=;=~::~:;:'(S):ORIGINAL: Q/3%/,l CURRENT: I'l--Iz,ol()~ , SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): IdentifY the changes. Add $8,000.00 to the existing work order. JUSTlRCATlON FOR CHANGE (5): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? out werle: as soecitied in this worK order Finishina PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: TrevorTrinkaus Diana Pel'MTlan. Jim Hunt IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N1A) - Y - Proposed change is consistent with the scope of the existing agreement - Y - Proposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope - Y - Change is being implemented in a manner consistent with the existing agreement - Y - The appropriate parties have been consulted regarding the change - y - Proposed prices, fees and costs set forth in the change are reasonable APPROVE BY: NDATlON: This form is to be signed and dated. Date: 7/1/0/ Date: .1 ~I D 7 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKUST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 /(p April 10, 2007 Page 26 of 58 PROJECT NAME: Isles of Capri Pump Station HydraUlic Improvements PROJECT IF: 70906 BIOIRFP #: 05-3785 MOD II: DEPARTMENT: PUED -L- PO,: 45...59869 WORK ORDER #: BE-FT.378S-06-02 CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: Boyle Enqineering Ino. Original Contract Amonnt: $ 38,090.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ N/A (LM1 Total Amount Approved by the !lCC) Current Contract Amount' $ 44,035.00 Onctudmi' AIl Changes Prior To TIll.! Modjfjcn.t1.Ot'I) Change Amonnt: $ 12,652.00 Revised ContracVWork Order Amount: $ 56,687.00 (Jnc:l~ding This OImgc Order) Cumnlative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContracVWorl, Order: $ 18,597.00 Date of Last BCC Approval NONE Agenda Item # N1A t" . : Percentage of the change overlunder current contraot amount 48.S:! % Formula: {Revi$ed Amount / Last Bee approved gmOl,lnt}-1 Aa:;ults a"d AcHons: Contracts: If the change exc8Qds 10% of the current Bee amount, th9n Bee approval Is reqUired; equal t.:! or ~ than 10% report~d to Bee by the purchasing department CCNA Work Order'!;: For 8.11 work orders that exceed $.200,000 \WIere the chanD9 does not exceed ~O% or $10,000, these change$ are reported by the purchasing Oepartm9nt to the eoo adminIstratively. Changel'& to thes& ware orders that 8xoeed those threshold.c require prior Bce approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current see amount, lh!ln BCe appro~1 i:s reouired, If in doubt. conl'act your oontrOl:ot specialiSt. For more specific informatlol'\ regarding war'" order thresholds, please rafel to the j:lrocurement Administration Procedures. SIlCtloo IV.3.d. CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S);ORJGINAl: Sep 11. 2006 CURRENT: Jun 16, 20(~7 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Identify the changes. Preparelrespond/review: 1:!lbmitlals, RPC's, RFI's payment applications. meetings. Oversee construction JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these ohanges prOVide to the project? : This chanQe Will add the funds needed to finali>:e the praieet with changes planned by Cauntv St~fl 1'1 PARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: Boyle Engineering, Water dept, Purr::hacing dept II ' . - ., . i [IMPLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using y, N or NIA) ! ~ Proposed change Is consistent wIth the seope of the existing agreement 1 l.li..L. Proposed chal'tge is In fClet an addflion or deletion to 1he existing scope .! iL- Change i!': being implemented in a tTIanne~ oonsist9flt wtth the existing agreoment 1 i...i......- The apPl'I?priate partieoa have been consulted regardinll the ohs,l'lga :.LY.- Proposed chanl)2 ie canslstant with the soope of the existing ag~ment "IT- F'roposed priee:s. fegS end costs 3;8t forth in the change arB reasoneblo:J ! PROJECT MANAGC)J~O~M";>Et"D~I~iS form is to be Signed and dated. !APPROVED BY; \,-..~ Date: ~ ~ It,. - 01 I pojeet anag i REVIEWED BY; D.-l ' ~L Date: Sf I (Q { 0 17 j Contract Specialist IRevised 10.24.2006 -.1 I .."'~ '._ .:..<iI~~~;;.;..:::J:a: ~, "-"'~-'.':".;$-;,._.~;:.",.r;",:_ :,.....,,",<'; CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No. 16E1 /1 April 10, 2007 Page 27 of 58 PROJECT NAME: Evaluation of Water Demand and Wastewater Flow PROJECT #: 750162 SID/RFP #: 05-3785 MOD#: 1 PO#:_45-65670_ WORK ORDER #: GH-FT-3785-06-04 DEPARTMENT: PUED CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: Greeley and Hansen LLC Original Contract Amount: $ _43,650.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $_N/A (Last T otai Amount Approved by the BCG) Current Contract Amount: $_43,650.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $_9260.00 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $_52,910 (Including This Change Order) f'Ti.... Cum!l.lative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractIWork Order: $_9,260 , . ., . . , ;'~ (Date of Last BCC Approval N/A Agenda Item # 1 i ~e~';~riiageOf the change over/under current contract amount c;;.{ , ~. . % I Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount)-1 : ,", . ; Results and Actions: Contracts: If the change exceeds 1 0% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is required; I equal to or less than 10% reported to BCC by the purchasing department. CCNA Work Orders: For ali work orders that ; !,xceeej,$200,000 where the change does not exceed 10% or $10,000, these changes are reported by the Purchasing. i Department to the BCC administratively. Changers to these work orders that exceed those thresholds require prior BCC : approval. NON-CCNA Work Orders: If the change exceeds 10% of the current BCC amount, then BCC approval is , required. If in doubt, contact your contract specialist. For more specific information regarding work order threshoids, :_please refer to the Procurement Administration Procedures, Section iV.3.d. . :..e"r"::"''''' i CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: 12/29/2006 CURRENT: q /..,..1 b] 5/1/2007 I , SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGE (S): Identify the changes. Additional evaluation of trends outside Collier County._ I: . JUSTIFICATION FOR CHANGE (S): What value or benefit do these changes provide to the project? A higher quality product . pARTIES CONTACTED REGARDING THE CHANGE: J. DeLony, R. Anderson II\1PLEMENTATION STEPS (Verify each before proceeding with change using Y, N or N1A) . j- Proposed change is.consistent with the scope of the existing agreement ~>s_ P,roposed change is in fact an addition or deletion to the existing scope , ;:.~:.. 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