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Agenda 09/25/2007 R COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD (CRAB) AGENDA September 25, 2007 9:00 AM Jim Coletta, BCC Chairman, District 5; CRAB Vice-Chairman Tom Henning, BCC Vice- Chairman, District 3 Donna Fiala, BCC 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. 1 of 13 1. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 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.) 3. SERVICE AWARDS: (EMPLOYEE AND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS) A. 20 Year Attendees B. 25 Year Attendees 1. David Streit, Utility Billing C. 30 Year Attendees D. 35 Year Attendees E. Advisory Committee Service Awards 4. PROCLAMATIONS A. Proclamation for the Summer Food Service Program to be accepted by Jim Thomas, Parks and Recreation Department. B. Proclamation for international Walk to School Day 10-3-07 to be received by: David Buchheit, President, Community Traffic Safety Team and Project Planner for Transportation Planning Dept. Russ Muller, Engineer, Engineering Services Department and Community Traffic Safety Team (CTST) Member Nancy Frye, CTST Secretary/Coordinator & Traffic Operations Engineering Technician Sybil John, Health Educator for Nutrition and Fitness Jeff Stauring, Collier County Schools Transportation Director Charles Benson, Collier County Schools Safety Manager Silvia Monzo, Collier County Schools Safety Manager Joe Bonness, Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization's Pathways Advisory Committee Chairman & Community Traffic Safety Team Member 5. PRESENTATIONS A. APAC Road Contractor to present status on the Immokalee Road expansion and improvements from Collier Boulevard to Shady Hollow. Construct 6 miles of six lanes, divided highway and 2 miles of four lanes. 6. PUBLIC PETITIONS A. Public petition request by Kenneth Pekel to discuss private improved property within the Big Cypress National Preserves. B. Public petition request by Jeff Moscardelli to discuss The Picayune Strand South Belle Meade Water Management District. C. Public petition request by Jim Kramer to discuss adding language to contracts with County- hired companies. 2 of 13 Item 7 and 8 to be heard no sooner than 1 :00 p.m., unless otherwise noted. 7. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS A. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Petition: CU-2004-AR-6904 Mining Venture, LLC., represented by R. Bruce Anderson of Roetzel & Andress, is requesting a conditional use allowed per LDC Section 2.04.03, Table 2 of the A-MHO Agricultural zoning district for Earthmining. The subject property, consisting of 2,576 acres, is located east of Immokalee Road, approximately 2 miles north of Oil Well Road. The subject property is located within Sections 35 & 36, Township 47 South, Range 27 East; and all of Section 1 and 2, Township 48 South, Range 27 East, Less Road Right-of-Way for County Road 846 (Immokalee Road), Collier County, Florida. 8. ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS A. CPSP-2007-6, Petition requesting an amendment to the Potable Water Sub-Element of the Public Facilities Element, to add reference in Policy 1.7 to the proposed Ten-year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan." 9. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A. Recommendation to accept a proposed Settlement Agreement between the Coconut River Estates Civic Association and Collier County providing for resolution of the pending Code Enforcement Case No. 2007020584. B. Appointment of members to the East of 951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study Public Participation Master Plan Committee. C. Appointment of members to the Collier County Planning Commission. D. The Annual Performance Appraisal for the Executive Manager to the BCC. E. Discussion regarding Collier County to take over the direction of the Collier County Housing Authority and become involved in the primary functions of the Authority. (Commissioner Henning) F. The Annual Performance Appraisal for the County Manager. 10. COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT A. Review and approve the FY2008 Annual Work Plan for the County Manager. B. Advisement of the Board of County Commissioners concerning a change in Florida Statutes regarding the use of All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) on unpaved county roads. (Bob Tipton, Traffic Operations Director) C. Recommendation to adopt a superseding resolution authorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests and/or those perpetual or temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the four-lane and six-lane expansion of Oil Well Road from Immokalee Road to Camp Keais Road. (Project No. 60044). Estimated fiscal impact: $12,780,000.00 (Jay Ahmad, Transportation/ECM Director) D. Consideration of an amplified music permit for a commercial establishment known as Stevie Tomato's Sports page Restaurant and Sports Grill located at the southwest corner of County Road 951 and Immokalee Road and consideration for a Land Development Code requirement for annual Temporary Use Permits for outdoor serving areas (Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, Community Development & Environmental Services Division) 3 of 13 E. Recommendation to approve Work Order URS-FT-3657-07-11 with URS Corporation Southern (URS) for a total cost not to exceed $825,250 with a first phase cost of $198,840 to provide Project Management and Oversight services for the development of Watershed Management Plans required by the Grow1h Management Plan(BiII Lorenz, Natural Resources Director) F. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the Chairman to sign an agreement with the Agency for Health Care Administration for $2,855,126 to participate in the Medicaid Low Income Pool Program for services provided on behalf of the Housing and Human Services Department in order to generate an additional $571,025 in Federal matching funds. (Marcy Krumbine, Housing and Human Services Director) G. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida approve a Charitable Organization Impact Fee Deferral in the amount of $79,303.77 for Fun Time Early Childhood Academy, Incorporated. (Amy Patterson, Impact Fee Manager and Jeff Klatzkow, Assistant County Attorney) H. Staff Request for Direction to Add to the 2005 Cycle of Growth Management Plan Amendments, at Adoption Public Hearings, a Proposed Amendment to the Wellhead Protection Areas and Proposed Wellfields and ASRs Map. (David Weeks, Comprehensive Planning Manager) I. Recommendation to approve the purchase of Liability, Automobile, Workers Compensation, Flood, Aircraft, and other insurance and related services for FY 2008 in the amount of $2,127,861. (Jeff Walker, Risk Management Director) J. Recommendation to approve an Agreement between Collier County and Dr. Marta U. Coburn, M.D., Florida District Twenty Medical Examiner dba District Twenty Medical Examiner, Inc. to provide medical examiner services for Fiscal Year 2008 at a cost of $1,072,100. (Dan Summers, Bureau of Emergency Management Director) 11. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON GENERAL TOPICS 12. COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT A. Recommendation for the Board to Approve Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement with the City of Naples and East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District for purposes of providing services to the Collier Park of Commerce following annexation of that area by the City of Naples. 13. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 14. AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY A. This item to be heard after 3:00 p.m. Community Redevelopment Agency FY2007 annual performance appraisal review for the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Executive Director and determine the FY2007 Merit Pay Award for lump sum payment from the FY2008 budget. B. This item to be heard after 3:00 p.m. Recommendation for the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to approve a closing date extension to a purchase contract for certain real property within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Agency and authorize the CRA Chairman to sign the extension. C. This item to be heard after 3:00 p.m. Recommendation for the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to approve a Request for Proposals (RFP) scope of work to sell CRA owned land; approve the Executive Director to advertise the RFP through the County Purchasing Department and return with recommendations. 4 of 13 15. STAFF AND COMMISSION GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS 16. CONSENT AGENDA - All matters listed under this item are considered to be routine and action will be taken by one motion without separate discussion of each item. If discussion is desired by a member of the Board, that item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. A. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 1. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water utility facility for Big Cypress Elementary School. 2. Recommendation to approve the Release and Satisfactions of Lien for payments received for Code Enforcement actions. 3. Recommendation to approve the Release and Satisfactions of Lien for payments received for Code Enforcement actions. 4. Recommendation to approve an Intergovernmental Agreement for enhanced environmental resources permitting with the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection, South District Office 5. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Jasmine Lake Replat 6. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Cypress Woods Basin 6-Plex 7. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Cypress Trace 8. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Artisan Guild Annex 9. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Calusa Park Elementary School 10. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Charlee Estates, Phase 1 11. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Charlee Estates, Phase 2 12. 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 Hibiscus Golf Course 13. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Bradford Lakes 14. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Eckerds East Naples 15. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and utility facilities for Golden Gate High School/Access Road 16. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Laurel Lakes Phase One at Laurelwood, a P.U.D., the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. 17. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Laurel Lakes Phase Two at Laurelwood, a P.U.D., the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. 5 of 13 18. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Laurel Lakes Phase Three at Laurelwood, a P.U.D., the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. 19. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) approve the offsite removal of up to 75,000 cubic yards of excess fill stockpiled in three locations throughout Lely Resort. The three stockpile areas total 75,000 cubic yards of materials per the contractor. The stockpiles are located in Moorgate Point (folio number 60590000084), 01 (folio 55440009001) and Prestwick place stockpile area (folio 00432200009 and 00438800005). The excess fill is a result of previously approved development and lake excavation within Lely Resort and the material is not tied to any current excavations 20. Recommendation to award Bid #07-4050R -- Demolition of Commercial/Residential Structures to Cross Environmental Services, Inc. as the primary contract. In addition, to award Gruelle Construction, Inc. as the secondary contract with estimated annual expenditure of $80,000.00. 21. Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Forest Park Phase III, the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. B. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1. Recommendation to award Contract(s) #07-4112, Annual Contract for Subsurface Utility Designating and Locating Services to the following firms: George F. Young, Inc., TBE Group, Inc. and RWA, Inc. Estimated annual contract amount is $500,000. 2. Recommendation to approve a resolution indicating the Collier County Board of County Commissioners desire to be re-designated as the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) for Collier County and requesting the Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization (Collier MPO) recommend it be so re-designated to the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged. 3. Recommendation for the Board of County Commissioners to approve a budget amendment to recognize additional revenue for Various Projects within the Transportation Supported Gas Tax Fund (313) in the amount of $292,890.88 for Project No(s). 60085, 69124, and 60066. 4. Recommendation to approve a Developers Contribution Agreement with MAC Builders, Inc. (Developer) and Collier County (County) to design, permit and construct the intersection improvements on US41 and Barefoot Williams Road (Project). 5. Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing implementation of school zone speed limit reductions to 20 MPH during school arrival and dismissal hours as indicated by flashing beacons and signs on Texas Avenue at a cost of $13,000. 6. Presentation of an additional paratransit operator selected by McDonald Transit Management, Inc., operating as Collier Transit Management, Inc., d/b/a! Collier Area Transit (CAT) for approval by the Collier County Board of Commissioners. 7. Recommedation to award Bid #07-4184 "Goodlette-Frank Road (GGPkwy. to PRR) Annual Maintenance" to Green Heron Landscapes, Inc. in the amount of $58,000.00. 8. Recommendation to approve Change Order #1, to Professional Services Agreement No. 05-3835 in the amount of $224,261.00 for additional engineering services to be provided by Agnoli, Barber & Brundage, Inc., for design and permitting services for the six-Ianing of Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension from Rattlesnake Hammock Road to Davis Boulevard, Project No. 60091. 9. Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4178 - St. Andrews Boulevard Stormwater Improvements to Quality Enterprises USA, Inc. in the amount of $175,468.75; Project 511401 6 of 13 10. Recommendation to approve Request for Proposal RFP #07-4199, to be posted to solicit bids for Construction Manager at Risk services for capacity improvements to Oil Well Road. Project 60044. 11. Approve the purchase of improved property (Parcel No. 153) which is required for the construction of the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension project. Project No. 60168 (Fiscal Impact: $625,662.00) 12. Recommendation to approve Professional Service Agreement No. 07-4133 for engineering design and permitting services to be provided by P.B. Americas Inc. for the Immokalee Road Multi-intersection Improvements. The amount to be compensated is five hundred and four thousand, three hundred and ninety seven dollars ($504,397.00) 13. Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4115R US 41 (Tamiami Trail) & SR 84 (Davis Blvd.) Roadway Lighting Maintenance Contract to Southern Signal & Lighting Inc. 14. Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4137 Installation and Maintenance of Roadway Lighting, Fixed Term Contract to Southern Signal & Lighting Inc. 15. Recommendation for approval of a Resolution authorizing a six percent (6%) rate increase for the subcontractors providing paratransit services for McDonald Transit Management, Inc. d/b/a Collier Area Transit ("CAT") 16. Recommedation to award Bid #07-4185 "US 41 (Tamiami Trial) East (Rattlesnake Hammock Rd. to Collier Blvd.) Annual Maintenance" to Vila & Son Landscaping in the amount of $339,542.80. C. PUBLIC UTILITIES 1. Recommendation to approve, execute and record Satisfactions for certain Water and/or Sewer Impact Fee Payment Agreements. Fiscal impact is $28.50 to record the Satisfactions of Lien. 2. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution to approve the Satisfactions of Lien for Solid Waste residential accounts wherein the County has received payment and said Liens are satisfied in full for the 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996 Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Services Special Assessment. Fiscal impact is $288.50 to record the Satisfactions of Lien. 3. Recommendation to convey a Utility Easement to the Water-Sewer District for five public water supply well sites, associated pipelines, and access on property owned by Collier County on Shady Hollow Boulevard at an estimated cost not to exceed $7,127, Project Number 70908. 4. Recommendation to approve a Fourth Amendment to Lease Agreement with the City of Naples Airport Authority to extend the lease term for the Naples Transfer Station property at a first year annual rent of $42,261. 5. Recommendation to approve Change Order 3 to Agreement 06-3939 for Program Management and Oversight Services with Malcolm Pirnie Inc., in the amount of $473,678, for services related to the Northeast Facility Program Project 75012. D. PUBLIC SERVICES 1. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding in the amount of $100,000 to Youth Haven, Inc., to provide crisis intervention and prevention services for at-risk families with young children in Collier County. 7 of 13 2. Recommendation to approve and authorize Chairman to sign an Interlocal Agreement with The School District of Collier County whereby the County will make improvements through a temporary construction easement and reimburse the School District $12,000 for design of the project. 3. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve, and authorize the Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a grant for Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) in the amount of $98,012 to The Immokalee Friendship House for essential services and operational and administrative costs. 4. Recommendation to approve Naples Wholesale Bait as a sole source supplier of live bait for resale at Caxambas Park and Cocohatchee River Park Marina with an estimated Fiscal Year 2008 expenditure of approximately $125,000, and approve a seven day payment schedule 5. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the Chairman to sign an agreement with the Agency for Health Care Administration in the amount of $151,095 to be used as the local government match for State and Federal funding to operate the Horizons Primary Care Clinic. 6. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $608,575.00 to Immokalee Non-Profit Housing, Inc., for renovations to the Sanders Pines and Timber Ridge rental apartment complexes in Immokalee. 7. Recommendation to approve Collier Countys Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Fiscal Year 2006-2007 as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and authorize the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to certify the CAPER for submission to HUD. 8. Recommendation to approve a Residential License Agreement for Sugden Regional Park with no annual income. 9. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve, and authorize the Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) grant in the amount of $22,200 to The Empowerment Alliance of SW Florida (EASF) for Homebuyer Counseling to low and moderate income households in Eastern Collier County. This program will consist of homebuyer education and one-to-one counseling for potential new homebuyers. 10. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Eagle Ridge Subdivision, LLC (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 2, Milagro Place. 11. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Eagle Ridge Subdivision, LLC (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 8, Milagro Place. 12. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Marco Bay Homes, LLC (Builder) and Rachid M. Alaoui (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at West 75 of the West 150 of Tract 94, Golden Gate Estates, Unit 70. 8 of 13 13. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding in the amount of $357,750 to the Collier County Housing Authority for public improvements and exterior rehabilitation to housing units at Farm Worker Village and Horizon Village, consisting of installation of approximately 42 street lights and replacement of approximately 47 roofs. 14. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign. a Subrecipient Agreement providing a grant for Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funding in the amount of $330,000 to the Collier County Housing Authority for Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA); Funding will provide forty six families with rental and utility assistance. 15. Recommendation to accept the Library Long Range and Technology Plans and the current year Action Plan and authorize the Chairman to sign the FY 2007-2008 State Aid to Libraries Grant Application permitting the Collier County Public Library to apply for State Aid to Libraries. 16. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve, and authorize the Chairman to sign, an amended CDBG Subrecipient Agreement with Immokalee Non-Profit Housing Corporation, Inc. to adjust the construction timeline and budget for a community center, to be located in Immokalee. 17. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding in the amount of $59,001 to The Empowerment Alliance of SW Florida (EASF) for installation of infrastructure consisting of paving, street lighting and landscaping for a project known as Hatchers Preserve. EASF will construct fifteen (15) single-family affordable housing units to benefit low and moderate income households in Immokalee. 18. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve, and authorize the Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) grant in the amount of $35,000 to The Collier County Housing Development Corporation (CCHDC) for Homebuyer Counseling to low and moderate income households in Collier County. This program will consist of homebuyer education and one-to-one counseling for potential new homebuyers. E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment to Fund 517, Group Health and Life Insurance to pay anticipated claims expenses for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2007 in the amount of $955,400. 2. Recommendation to approve a First Amendment to Lease Agreement with Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart for the continued use of County-owned office space for an annual income of $10. 3. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase with RJS, L.L.C. for 30.00 acres under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, at a cost not to exceed $208,800. 4. Recommendation to approve a Budget Amendment to recognize and appropriate Building Maintenance Special Service revenues totaling $23,971 for reimbursement of personal and operating expenses in Fiscal Year 2007 5. Recommendation to approve an Interim Management Plan for the RR Land Trust property under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program; first year cost $100,250; annual costs $10,000. 9 of 13 6. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves award of Bid #07-4180 Gasoline & Diesel Fuel to Evans Oil Company, in an estimated annual amount of $3,000,000. 7. Approve Deductive Change Order NO.6 in the amount of ($689,000.00) for direct purchase of materials for the Construction Manager at Risk for the Emergency Services Complex, Contract No. 04-3609. 8. Recommendation to approve and execute an Amendment to Agreement to provide the Big Corkscrew Island Fire Control and Rescue District $32,023 from the GAC Land Trust Fund for the purchase of a new cab and chassis for the lightweight brush patrol/rescue vehicle, which is the balance after the trade-in value of $5,500 is applied to the purchase price. 9. Recommendation to approve an Interim Management Plan for the Oetting property under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program; first year cost $9,600; annual cost $1,000. F. COUNTY MANAGER 1. Approve Budget Amendments 2. Recommend Approval of three (3) Tourist Development Category B Sponsorship Marketing Grant Applications and corresponding Tourism Agreements with the Friends of Rookery Bay, Inc. ($25,000), United Arts Council of Collier County, Inc. ($21,500) and the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Inc. ($32,000) for a total of $78,500. 3. Recommend Approval of five (5)Tourist Development C-2 Grant Applications and corresponding Tourism Agreements with the Marco Island Historical Society, Inc. ($125,000), Naples Art Association ($50,000), Naples Botanical Garden, Inc. ($110,000), Naples Zoo, Inc. ($121,000), and Southwest Florida Holocaust Museum, Inc. ($100,000) for a total of $506,000. 4. Recommendation to award Bid # 07-4108R to multiple vendors for EMS Uniforms for an annual cost of approximately $60,000 for FY 08. 5. Recommend approval of the award of RFP #07-4165 and corresponding agreement between Collier County and Phase V of Southwest Florida, Inc. for Tourism Fulfillment Services. 6. Recommend approval of the award of RFP #07-4169 and corresponding agreement between Collier County and Research Data Services, Inc. for Tourism Research Services. 7. Recommend Approval of a Resoiution authorizing the Tourism Department to utilize Emergency Advertising Funds in the event of a disaster. 8. Recommendation that the Board approves prepayment of the Caribbean Gardens Commercial Paper Loan in the amount of $1,565,000. 9. Recommendation that the Board approves prepayment of the Vanderbilt Beach Parking Garage Commercial Paper Loan in the amount of $6,400,000. G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1. Recommendation that the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) approve Local Advisory Board members and three CRA staff attendance at Florida Redevelopment Association 2007 Annual Conference; authorize payment of attendees registration, lodging, travel and per diem from the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Trust Fund (Fund 187) travel budget; and declare the training received as serving a valid public purpose 2. To approve and execute a Site Improvement Grant Agreement(s) between the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and a Grant Applicant(s) within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment area (2613 Lakeview Drive). 10 of 13 H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1. Commissioner Halas requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Southwest Florida Economic Development Luncheon Forum, entitled, "Gauging the Global, National and Regional Economy", on Thursday, October 18, 2007, at the Harborside Event Center in Ft. Myers, Florida. $75.00 to be paid from Commissioner Halas' travel budget. 2. Commissioner Halas requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Blue Chip Recognition Breakfast on Thursday, November 8,2007 at the Hilton Naples & Towers. $10.00 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. Attending United Way's 50th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, October 13, 2007 at The Hilton Naples. $103.90 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. Will attend the Collier County Bar Association Second District Court of Appeal Dinner on Thursday, October 4, 2007 at The Port Royal Club, Naples; $60.00 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. Will attend the NAACP 25th Annual Freedom Fund Dinner on Saturday, September 29,2007, at the Naples Hilton & Towers; $75.00 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. Will attend the United Way's 50 Years Serving Collier County Dinner on Saturday, October 13, 2007, at the Naples Hilton & Towers; $103.90 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 Blue Chip Recognition Breakfast on Thursday, November 8,2007, at the Naples Hilton & Towers; $10.00 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. Recommend that the Board of County Commissioners designate the Sheriff as the Official Applicant and Program Point-of-Contact for a Florida Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC)Grant Application, accept the grant when awarded, and approve applicable budget amendments. 2. To obtain Board approval for disbursements for the period of August 25, 2007 through August 31,2007 and for submission into the official records of the Board. 3. To obtain Board approval for disbursements for the period of September 1, 2007 through September 7,2007 and for submission into the official records of the Board. 4. To obtain Board approval for disbursements for the period of September 8, 2007 through September 14, 2007 and for submission into the official records of the Board. 11 of 13 5. Recommendation to have the Board of County Commissioners approve the refund of $12,296.94 to five (5) vendors providing food and drink concessionaire services at seven (7) Parks and Library locations. K. COUNTY ATTORNEY 1. Recommendation to Approve a Stipulated Final Judgment in the Amount of $40,400.00 for the Acquisition of Parcel 120 in the Lawsuit Styled Collier County v. Naples Estates Limited Partnership, an Oregon Limited Partnership, et aI., Case No. 06-1213-CA (County Barn Road Project No. 60101). Fiscal Impact: $3500.00 2. Recommendation to authorize the County Attorney to file a lawsuit, on behalf of the Collier County Board of Commissioners, against Francisco J. Guerrero, Jr., in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida, to recover repair costs incurred in the approximate amount of $3,900.00. 3. Recommendation to authorize the County Attorney to file a lawsuit, on behalf of the Collier County Board of Commissioners, against Geraldine Francois in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida, to recover repair costs incurred in the approximate amount of $19,500.00. 4. Recommendation to authorize the County Attorney to file a lawsuit, on behalf of the Collier County Board of Commissioners, against Jimmy Oakley and/or Anthony Rhon Pierce, in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida, to recover repair costs incurred in the approximate amount of $4,400.00. 5. Recommendation to approve a Stipulated Final Judgment for Parcel 803 in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. James M. Brown, et al., Case No. 06-0525-CA (Santa Barbara Boulevard Project No. 62081). (Fiscal Impact $8,396.91) 6. Recommendation to approve settlement at mediation and prior to trial in the lawsuit entitled Trugreen Landcare, L.L.C. vs. Collier County filed in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida, Case No. 07-0239-CA, for $67,500.00. 7. Recommendation to approve settlement prior to commencement of discovery in the lawsuit entitled Collier County v. Ocean Gate General Contractors, Inc. and Florida Department of Environmental Protection filed in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida, Case No. 07-0704-CC, in the amount of $7,470.40. 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. 12 of 13 A. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Recommendation to approve Petition AVROW-2005-AR-7801, disclaiming, renouncing and vacating the Countys and the Publics interest in a 60 foot wide right-of-way easement, known as 12th Street North (previously known by record plat as Second Avenue) as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 12, of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, and more specifically described in Exhibit A and to accept a drainage easement over the entire vacated area comprised of three separate and segmented drainage easements, as depicted and described in Exhibit B, Exhibit C and Exhibit D and a 20 foot wide access easement along the west 20 feet of the east 30 feet of the proposed vacation area, as depicted and described in Exhibit E. B. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disciosure be provided by Commission members. Recommendation to approve Petition AVESMT-2007-AR-11923, to disclaim, renounce and vacate the Countys and the Publics interest in a portion of a platted drainage easement over Tract 1, Carolina Commons, a subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 48, Pages 78 and 79 of the Public Records of Collier County, Florida, situated in Section 34, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida, and being more specifically described in Exhibit A. C. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. PUDEXT-2007-AR-11781: The subject property is approximately 6.83 acres located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Golden Gate Parkway and Santa Barbara Boulevard. It was approved as a Commercial Planned Unit Development known as the Colonnades at Santa Barbara on May 25, 2004. The PUD is within the Commerciallnfill Subdistrict on the Golden Gate Estates Future Land Use Map. In accordance with Land Development Code (LDC) policies, the PUD sunsetted on May 25, 2007. The petition seeks one two-year extension of the existing PUD. The PUD meets the criteria within Section 10.02.13D.6b of the LDC. D. Adopt a Resolution amending the Effluent Irrigation (Reuse) Customer Rates, which is Schedule Three of Appendix A to Section Four of Collier County Ordinance No. 2001-73, titled the Collier County Water-Sewer District Uniform Billing, Operating and Regulatory Standards Ordinance. E. To obtain approval by the Board of Collier County Commissioners for the annual rate resolution to set landfill tipping fees, recycling center fees, residential multi-family and commercial waste collection fees for FY08. This resolution adopts the rates that fund the FY08 budget for solid waste disposal. 18. ADJOURN INQUIRIES CONCERNING CHANGES TO THE BOARD'S AGENDA SHOULD BE MADE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE AT 774-8383. 13 of 13 AGENDA CHANGES BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING September 25. 2007 Item 3 Service Awards: David Streit, Utility Billing, is receiving his 20-year award rather than 25- year. Withdraw Item 6A: Public petition request by Kenneth Pekel to discuss private improved property within the Big Cypress National Preserves. (Petitioner's request.) Add Item 13A: Selection of a Commissioner to serve on upcoming canvassing boards due to the special primary election and special general election to fill the seat left vacant by Representative Mike Davis. (Jennifer Edwards, Supervisor of Elections.) Move Item 16A16 to 10K: Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Laurel Lakes Phase One at Laurelwood, a P.U.D., the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. (Commissioner Henning's request.) Move Item 16A17 to 10L: Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Laurel Lakes Phase Two at Laurelwood, a P.U.D., the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. (Commissioner Henning's request.) Move Item 16A18 to 10M: Recommendation to grant final approval of the roadway (private) and drainage improvements for the final plat of Laurel Lakes Phase Three at Laurelwood, a P.U.D., the roadway and drainage improvements will be privately maintained. (Commissioner Henning's request.) Continue Item 16B4 to the October 9.2007 BCC meetinQ: Recommendation to approve a Developers Contribution Agreement with MAC Builders, Inc. (Developer) and Collier County (County) to design, permit and construct the intersection improvements on US 41 and Barefoot Williams Road (Project). (Staff's request.) Withdraw Item 16B16 (due to notice of intent of formal protest): Recommendation to award Bid #07-4185 "US 41 (Tamiami Trail) East (Rattlesnake Hammock Road to Collier Boulevard) Annual Maintenance" to Vila & Son Landscaping in the amount of $339,542.80. (Staff's request.) Move Item 1607 to 10P: Recommendation to approve Collier County's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Fiscal Year 2006-2007 as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and authorize the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to certify the CAPER for submission to HUD. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Move 1609 to 10Q: Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve, and authorize the Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) grant in the amount of $22,200 to The Empowerment Alliance of SW Florida (EASF) for Homebuyer Counseling to low and moderate income households in Eastern Collier County. This program will consist of homebuyer education and one-to-one counseling for potential new homebuyers. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Move Item 16014 to 10N: Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves and authorizes its Chairman to sign a Subrecipient Agreement providing a grant for Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funding in the amount of $330,000 to the Collier County Housing Authority for Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA): Funding will provide forty-six families with rental and utility assistance. (Commissioner Henning's and Commissioner Fiala's request.) Move 16018 to 10R: Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve, and authorize the Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) grant in the amount of $35,000 to The Collier County Housing Development Corporation (CCHDC) for Homebuyer Counseling to low and moderate income households in Collier County. This program will consist of homebuyer education and one-to-one counseling for potential new homebuyers. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Item 16E6 should read: Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves award of Bid #07-4180 "Gasoline & Diesel Fuel" to Evans Oil Company, in an estimated annual amount of $3,000,000, and authorize the Chairman to sign the Standard County Attorney approved contract. (Italicized portion added.) (Staff's request.) Item 16F5: The fiscal impact of the Executive Summary should read: Fiscal Impact: The proposed FY 08 Fund 184 budget has sufficient funding for fulfillment services not to exceed $125,000. (Commissioner Coyle's request.) Move 16F7 to 100: Recommend approval of a resolution authorizing the Tourism Department to utilize Emergency Advertising Funds in the event of a disaster. Changes to resolution are as follows: Adding the BCC Chairman in addition to the County Manager to use the emergency dollars. Also adding the words "but not limited to" before listing the types of disasters the funds would be used for. (Staff's request.) Move Item 17E to 8B: Correction to Attachment No.3. There is a revision in the total haul charae per load fiQures. To obtain approval by the Board of Collier County Commissioners for the annual rate resolution to set landfill tipping fees, recycling center fees, residential multi-family and commercial waste collection fees for FY08. This resolution adopts the rates that fund the FY08 budget for solid waste disposal. (Staff's request.) Time Certain Items: Item 7 A to be heard at 1 :00 p.m. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Petition: CU-2004-AR-6904 Mining Venture, LLC., represented by R. Bruce Anderson of Roetzel & Andress, is requesting a conditional use allowed per LDC Section 2.04.03, Table 2 of the A-MHO Agricultural zoning district for Earthmining. The subject property, consisting of 2,576 acres, is located east of Immokalee Road, approximately 2 miles north of Oil Well Road. The subject property is located within Sections 35 & 35, Township 47 South, Range 27 East; and all of Section 1 and 2, Township 48 South, Range 27 East, less road right-of-way for County Road 846 (Immokalee Road), Collier County Florida. Item 9E to be heard at 11 :00 a.m. Discussion regarding Collier County to take over the direction of the Collier County Housing Authority and become involved in the primary functions of the Authority. (Commissioner Henning's request.) Item 14A to be heard after 3:00 p.m. Community Redevelopment Agency FY 2007 annual performance appraisal review for the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Executive Director and determine the FY 2007 Merit Pay Award for lump sum payment from the FY 2008 budget. Item 14B to be heard after 3:00 P.m. Recommendation for the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to approve a closing date extension to a purchase contract for certain real property within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Agency and authorize the CRA Chairman to sign the extension. Item 14C to be heard after 3:00 p.m. Recommendation for the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to approve a Request for Proposals (RFP) scope of work to sell CRA owned land; approve the Executive Director to advertise the RFP through the County Purchasing Department and return with recommendations. PROCLAMATION Agenda Item No. 4A September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 2 ~ WHEREAS, the Summer Food Service Program is a grant funded by the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service and administered by the Florida Department of Education with the purpose of ensuring that children can receive the same high quality meals during the summer as provided by the schools during the school year; and, WHEREAS, Collier County Parks and Recreation has successfully administered the Summer Food Service Program in conjunction with the summer camp program since 1982; and, WHEREAS, over the course of forty days between June 6 and August 3, 2007, the Parks and Recreation Department served 85,676 breakfasts and 115,575 lunches at 35 sites throughout Collier County; and, WHEREAS, the program employed 41 school board employees ond is administered by Jim Thomas, a 30 year employee of the Parks and Recreation Department; and, WHEREAS, over the past twenty-six years, the Parks and Recreation Department has served two million, three hundred and twenty thousand nutritious meals to children in disadvantaged neighborhoods in Collier County. -- NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida that gratitude and appreciation are bestowed upon the Parks and Recreation Department, Jim Thomas and the School Board staff for constant and commendable service on behalf of the well-being of the County's children. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 25th Day of September, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: DWIGHT IE. BROCK, CLERK ,~ Pagelofl Agenda Item No. 4A Seplember 25, 2007 Page 2 of2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 4A Proclamation for the Summer Food Service Program to be accepted by Jim Thomas, Parks and Recrealton Department Meeting Date: 912512007900:00AM Prepared By PllulaSprings Board of County Commissionel'!i Executive Aide to the BCC Date BeCOffice 9112/20073:21:10PM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the BCe Date BoardofCounly Commissioners BCCQffice 9/13/2ll0710:33AM Approved By JamesV. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Commissioners County Managers Qfftce 9/131200711:34AM fil"../Ir.\ A (TPrl~<'lTp"t\Pvnnrt\jN_~PntprnhprG';':'')O,)':; o/n ')(l')007\0.:1 Gin ')OPRnrl A 1\11 A Tln1\l<;,:\4, Q!1Q/')007 PROCLAMA TION Agenda Item No. 46 September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 2 WHEREAS, the lives of children could be saved each year if communities take steps to make pedestrian safety 0 priority: and. WHEREAS, a lack of physical activity plays a leadi"!l role in rising rates of obesity, diabetes and other health problems among children and being able to walk or bicycle to school offers an opportunity to build activity into daily routine: and. WHEREAS, driving students to school by private vehicle contributes to traffic congestion and air pollution: and. WHEREAS, an important role. for parents and caregivers is to teach chl'ldren about pedestrian safety and become aware of the difficulties and da"!lers that children face on their trip to school each day and the health and envifYJnmentol risks related to physical inactivity and air poJlution/ and, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, and encourage everyone to consider the safety and health of children today and every day. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 25'" Day of September, 2ooT. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK ~ ItemNllmber: ItemSllmmary: MeetIng Date: Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item No 48 Seplember 25, 2007 Page 2 of2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 4B Proclamation for International Walk to School Day 10-3-07 to be received by David Buchheit, President, Community Tr"ffic Safety Team and PrOject Planner for Transportation Planning Dept Russ Muller, Engineer, Engineering Services Departmellt 811d Community Traffic Satety Team (GTST) Member Nancy Frye. GrST Secretary/C'Jordinalor & TraffiC Operations Engineering Technician Sybil John, Health Educator for Nutrition and Filness Je//St:,uring, Collier County Schools Transportation Director Charles Bensen, Collier County Schools Safety Manager Silvia Monzo, Collier County Schools Safely Manager Joe Bonness, Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization's Pathways Advisory Comrnittee Chairman & Community Traffic Safety Team Member 9/25/20079 00:00 AM Date Prepared By Paula Springs BOllrdofCounty Commi!;sioners Executive Aide to tile BCC BCCOt/ice 9/13120079:40:21 AM $ueFilson Date Approved By BoardotCounty Commissioners Executive Manager to the BCC BGCOt/ice 9/131200710:30AM Om, Approved By JamesV.Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager County Manager's Office 911:>1200711:37AM file://C:\Al!endaTe!>t\Exnort\R9-Sentemher%2025. %202007\04.%20PR or1 .A M A T1 ONS\4 QllQnOn7 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Olte: COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 5A Page 1 of! Agenda Item No. 5A September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 2 APAC Road Contractor to present status on the Imrllokalee R,'ad expansion and improvements from Coliier Boulevard to Shady Hollow ConstplCl 6 miles of SIX ianes, divided highway and2 miles of four ianes 9/25120079:QO:OOAM Approved By Steve Ritter TransportlltionServices Field Engineering Inspector Dale Approved By Lisil Taylor TransportlltionServices Tran"portation Engineering and Construction 8128!2C071:17 PM Approved By NajehAhmad Transportation..ervices MllnllgementlBudgetAnalyst Date Approved By ShllronNewman Transportation Services Transportation Administration 8/21lJ2C072:01 PM Approved By Norm E. Feder. AICP Transportation Services Director Date Approved By Pal Lehnhard Transportation Services Transportation Engineering & Construction Management 917120(72;41 PM AppruvedBy OMBCoordinator County Manager's Office Accounting Supervisor Date Approved By Susan Usher County Manager's Office TransportationServices/,ctmin 9/1012(075:27 PM Approved By Michael Smykowski County Manager's Office Transportation Division Administrator Date AppruvedBy James V Mudd Board of County Commissioners Tran!>portation Services Admin. 9/11J2C079,S1 AM .-'" Executive Secretary Date file'//C'\Ap'f'nciaT e<:t\Fxnm1\lN-Spnl('mh~r%7()) 'i %707007\O'i OJ,,7()PRFSFhT A TT nNS\ 'i A \ Transportation Scrvices/,dmin 9/11120079:57 AM OMB Coordinator Date Office of Managements, Budget 9/11/2C0712:3SPM Senior Managemenl/Budget Analyst Dnte Office of Manngement & Budget 9112/20071:59 PM Management & Budget Director Date Office of Management & Budget 9/1212C073:09 PM County Manager Date County Manager'sOffic" 9/1212C077:11 PM QIT Ql?n07 Agenda Item No. 5A September 25, 2007 Page 2 012 CONTRACTOR PRESENTATION FORM Board Presentation Date: September 25, 2007 Contract Number: Project Title. Project Number: Contract 02-3419 lmmokalee Road from Collier Boulevard to Shady Hollow. Project number (60018) Firm Name: APAC Southeast. Inc. Proiect Manal!er: Andy Penny for AP AC Southeast, Inc. and Tony Gaffoli for Collier County Transportation. Proiect Description: The project requirements include the expansion and improvement of Immokalee Road from Collier Boulevard to Shady Hollow. Construct 6 miles of six lanes, divided highway and 2 miles of four lanes and associated drainage system and utility relocations, signalization and lighting enhancements, Installation of 36" of water main and 16" of force main for the entire length of project. Oril!inal Start Date: September 14, 2003 Notice to Proceed Issuance Date: September 15, 2003 Oril!inal Completion Date: October 14, 2007 Revised Completion Date: May 12, 2008 Reason(s) for Variance: Design change from 4 lane roadway to a six lane roadway. Actions Planned/Taken to Minimize Variance: N/A Oril!inal Budl!et: $28,986,526.90 Revised Budl!et: $35,481,648.15 Reason(s) for Variance: Predominantly due to the change in design from 4 lane roadway to a six lane Roadway. Actions Planned/Taken to Minimize Variance: N/A Current Project Status: Project is on schedule for Completion by May, 2008. Agenda Item No. 6A September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 3 COU1ER COUNIY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail. Naples, Florida 34111 . (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 September 11, 2007 Mr. Kenneth F. Pekel 27170 SW 187111 Avenue Homestead, FL 33031 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Private Improved Property Within the Big Cypress National Preserves Dear Mr. Pekel: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of September 25, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Sincerely, .2 ~~ t - 'to P"':James V. M~ County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator - FRCl'I : PEKB. ~~U.~il~'~ ~ ' . . I FRX NO. ; 3052488362 , Sep. 11 2007 B1:~dfl1ltem No, 6A ; sepfember 25, 2007 Page 2 of 3 \ , , ,.'1,: .,. Reciueat to Soe8k.under Public Petition . PIM8e print NlllIlll:' Kenlltllt1_F. PekI!II " Address: 27170 SW 1117 Ave _Hlll'TillSIead,FL 33031 , Phone: -:.,305-248-8362 Date of the BolIrd'M8ellna YOU wish to _k: , September 2~. 2007 ' p""""", emIain indetsiltti8' r' - YOU 8/'8l8auestina to \\D88k (attach additional "D8Q9 if ner~--"N\: . PubHc LaW Q..MO pIOVldw tIMlt within certain 1IlllclellnMlndlvldua," can awn.nd retain prIv8te illlpl'CMld property wIlhln the Big cyp..... National ,",".I'YM. There.... two ...,.,.. defining Improved property. First type .. Single "I" . Single F8IIIIIydwelllnga and _nd type laDouble nun. .11 otbert)ipee of bulldlnp.lncludlng hunting campa. Bo1b types had to be built or under constructlon on November 23, 1971 to quality .. exempt pr:opel1l... To kHp theM exemptions the building mUllt be maintained ,and uMd In the same manner .. when .umption _ gran1lad. If this la not dona the P.rt Servlce vokIs the eumptlon 8JKI procaadli to taka the land. ' On J.nuary 28, 2001, i_llU8nipting to do soma rapalra When 1_ paid . v1elt from Chrldne ciart from NPS .nd su..n 0 F.irrel, Collier County Code EnforoenIent. , .....n lNIIcI that beror8 I co.uJd do.ny wort I woul~ FIU1 : PB<EL FAX t-IJ. : 3B524813362 Sep. 11 2OOt~il~~'o~ , P~ge 3 of 3 have to vet.~ We discl..._ .. "Ope of tile work (roof ,.paIr and ' Interior ~....~,~d w.m.Cot with "I'Mn .boVe) . I ;"Id that In all my . "'~' . ".,t': :;:~~;>; t'; . -. , . '. . years of ~Rw,~~ I, hllVt never....reI of .nyone gdIng . pernilt but I would go to ,..pi.. to get one. ~~, went for tile p..,nlt I w.. told I needed to get. c=opy. of N.O.A.(NotIce of Acc:eptilnce) for tile new tin. I agreed anciUot<.icoPY of tII8 NOA but when Irvturnecl' WIll theft told since I took ttM,L-.Ii~1II'ii1g wall down I wouid have to brinllJt up to 1998 building code. Then t .7"111 to RICk Arch. ~ of ArcIlWerka Archn.ctl .nd ,xplalned'whanfbacl'andhOl!llIt~bi.lIJtover.co:,..... .go. He said there w.s ,no _y to bring it up to ~B building code. , ' I haw made ~ trips and many pho.,. eal18.lrying to ,resOlve this problem. , My Ia8tmNtlng wae ,on .July 7. 2007. with Jeff "'Tourn~ and Chris , Amback; from Code Enforcement. The end ....ult... to get permit or tear it down. I expl.i~ that permltling,would not give.m.. perinlt and if I tear it down the Part $e. will void my exemption and take awaY my land. ,. I bell8ve the ruiM and regulatlonewe,. nOt meant to deprive or ceuse people to loose thitlr land. I ,think the rilgul.t1ol1$ in their ~rnmt form do not properly acid... tile cemp own.,. in the Big eyp....; " Please 'exolaln In detail the8ction YOU are askino the Commission to ~ke (attach. additionalD&aettil&c I EO IlIrv): ',I WOUldU~,~~H I ~the IM<nivypmnlt8 .01 ctI" Npeir my building. ,_....." ,"c',,' :. ..--, '" ;- ~_:;::'-:_i:l:,:;;:', ~;' ',i""_';']!<'::_",,"', .. ,.", -j ".:;:":: <~, ;' ---_..._--_.~"....__.,-..__._.,.- Agenda Item No. 68 September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 2 COI1.lER COUN1Y MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail' Naples, Florida 34111. (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 September 13, 2007 Mr. Jeff Moscardelli 301 Pinehurst Circle Naples, Fl 34113 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss The Picayune Strand South Bellmead Water Management District Dear Mr. Moscardelli: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of September 25, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. ~relY' . ~~~ James V. Mudd County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney ,",'-" Please print Agenda Item No. 6B September 25, 2007 . . . RECElv!i03ge 2 of 2 Request to 8Deak under Public Petition "'-OE OF THE CO M "'I'l"l UNTY ANAGER 0.:',.-, 1 " ''''"'7 \,,}_I L ,,~~ ACTION N-T':$S- ~ 05 cJ;A [} iii II' --- Address: '3(7/ Jl//1r:.IJf4~51- C/;? /V19//F5 . F!.. I 39//Y Phone: 23'1 - 7?f1- 2707 Date ofthe Board MeetinQ YOU wish to soeak: 9' - 2.5- 017 Please exolain in detail the reason YOU are reQuestina to soeak (attach additional oaoe if necessary): on 5e-f'7" ~o7 C&'l7jrC5S t-<..J/le! If"e5ede~cll3usfv/ vv)eyc /., 1/(7!~ i?Y I/crCl II 8,'/1 /Ac7t-J- WtJvr;) c;,'-Y6. 325 )H/:/{O/1 it! /"C.h/nl1c 5!-;-QY/c/ 71J 0 !IJ 13cl/MC'cJtd 5(/1/If), f:;or;"oI~ wt:{';-er M&ff9Me~T ill" J (C-! A.KA 13J7 Pluck 1'1', )j'e.. f;:t ("( ( ~,. _~L ,.'. Please exolain in detail the action YOU are askina the Commission to take (attach additional oaoe if necessary): .l~ 5ecl MoneY .'~ . '~.::."-/S 17(/1- 0/ YC/1 t:1M ;'S )/&"-10 -f. ~ CAn ....;(}!/1 JI/-etA,5'e. 5JC7k/ '5&Jrle. J3Arkffo>>c CA,Jjt:/ 0, 'j/t' I tA~ 'j(Jt 1101 Y3At"K II; fir' ,f?e&j?1-c IJ; Co///er C(}UlJij ;1.kA j),-c fA,x !tA,ye/S? , C:\Oocuments and Settings\lisaresnick\Desktop\Public Petition Request Form.doc Agenda Item No. 6C September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 3 COlLIER COUN1Y MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiamj Trail. Naples, Florida 34111 . (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 September 12, 2007 Mr. Jim Kramer 180 Cape Sable Drive Naples, FL 34104-4117 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Adding Language To Contracts With County- Hired Companies Dear Mr. Kramer: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of September 25, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Sincerely, a~L/ ames V. MUdd"( County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Len Price, Administrative Services Administrator ........, Reauest to Soeak under Public Petition Agenda Item No. 6C September 25, 2007 Page 2 of 3 . Please print Phone: J;I'!- r~U1eR. /80 CI1f'~ 97113 t:t:. j);e NI1-[>LiZ g (l "3 cf'{tJ~-7!{(7 ~3f. YCSD -;;(77/ Name: Address: Date of the Board Meetina YOU wish to soeak: :3 ft-~ 7' ;;Z.5; /" 07 Please explain in detail the reason vou are reauestina to speak (attach additional paae if necessary): If ~ (lC ~ $5 A/D V Ifp 0 c. () Pi ~rf'P torJ If. ",( If? S f,;E. ),L6/v j) oAf C~(,J/I>~ (lj:tJ.:JrcY5 /f Please explain in detail the action YOU are askina the Commission to take (attach additional oaae if necessary): /!bfJ11I6 LtfIf6t?!f 0E L7/1t:t/ >'Tlfr-r) Td ('6,<<77f.llcr~ /u /TII V~PoRS H:\Mary~Jo\pubnc Petition Request Form.doc Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item No. 6C September 25, 2007 Page 3 of 3 naplesnews.com Editorial: City's new requirement for undocumented workers is more bark than bite By Daily News staff Monday, September 10, 2007 Bonita Springs is adding language to its contracts with city-hired companies to stress no undocumented workers should be allowed on ~ projects. - . Like most proposals dealing with the thorny issue of illegal immigration, though, don't expect this one to make much difference. The only thing the new language in the bid proposals does is include specific references to immigration-law compliance. Theoretically, that gives the city more liability protection, but even that is dubious because the old language already required contractors to obey all local, state and federal laws. So what difference do the new documents make? Realistically, none, The city still won't take active measures to check whether a contractor is using undocumented workers, and federal law still makes it difficult for those contractors to verify whether prospective hires' documents are legitimate. The city's action, such as it is, probably does no harm, but it is yet another indication of how far this country still has to go in dealing with illegal immigration. The issues are complex, dealing with economics, individual liberties, national identity and a host of other factors. Bonita can hardly be blamed for dancing around the edges of the real issues; Congress can't get enough of a consensus to even hold a meaningful vote on the topic that would give direction to state and local governments. Immigration is an emotional issue. The topic has become so politically charged at the local and national levels, productive debate has become almost impossible. IYet discuss it we must. Because without debate, consensus is impossible. And without "\,. ~nsensus, you have what we have now: a nation so divided we can only complain, not solvel In the meantime, illegal immigration continues mostly unabated. No matter how many meaningless contractual changes we make, that's not going to change until we as a country stop yelling and start talking. ~ 2007 Naples Daily News and NDN Productions. Published in Naples, Florida, USA by the E.W. Scripps Co. http://www.naplesnews.comlnewsI2007/sep/l0/editorial_citys_ new Jequirement_ undocu... 9111/2007 ._,~......,._... -" ._,._-~,_.."._---- Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 160 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CU-2004-AR-6904, Mining Venture, LLC., represented by R. Bruce Anderson of Roetzel & Andress, is requesting a Conditional Use allowed per the Land Development Code (LDC) Section 2.04.03, Table 2 of the A-MHO Agricultural zoning district for earthmining. The subject property, consisting of 2,576 acres, is located east of Immokalee Road (CR-846), approximately 2 miles north of Oil Well Road (CR-858) in Sections 35 & 36, Township 47 South, Range 27 East, and all of Sections 1 & 2, Township 48 South, Range 27 East, Less Road Right-of-Way for County Road 846, Collier County, Florida. OBJECTIVE: To have the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) consider an application requesting a Conditional Use (CU) to permit Earth Mining within the Rural Agriculture-Mobile Home Overlay (A-MHO) zoning district and to ensure the project is in hannony with all the applicable codes and regulations in order to make certain that the community's interests are maintained. CONSIDERATIONS: This Conditional Use petition seeks to expand the existing eaJih mining operation for Jones Mine. On November 9, 1999, the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) approved a Conditional Use (CU-99-16) for earth mining which prohibited blasting. Subsequently, the applicant applied for a conditional use (this petition) to expand the boundary of the earth mining operation as well as to utilize blasting for the excavation and processing of the limestone. At that time, staff and the applicant were unable to resolve environmental requirements. As a result, the applicant applied for a modified Conditional Use (CU-06-AR-9699) to permit blasting and excavating to a maximum depth of forty-five (45) feet. The BZA approved this petition on June 20, 2006 (Resolution Number: 06-157). Since then, the applicant has resolved the environmental issues with this petition which proposes to expand the current excavation boundary, allow blasting of the fill material to a maximum depth of 45 feet or the confining soil layer, whichever is less, as well as excavation and processing of the soil and rock material. The applicant wishes to rescind both Conditional Uses (CU-99-16 and CU-06-AR-9699) if the proposed petition is approved. All blasting will be in compliance with all blasting requirements, as specified per Section 10.08 of the Collier County Land Development Code. FISCAL IMPACT: The Conditional Use by and of itself, will have no fiscal impact on Collier County. Please note that the inclusion of impact fees and taxes collected are for informational purposes only; they are not included in the criteria used by Staff and the Planning Commission to analyze this petition. - GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN (GMP) IMPACT: Page 1 of5 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 2 of 160 Future Land Use Element (FLUE): The subject property is designated as Agricultural/Rural, Rural Fringe Mixed-Use District (RFMUD), Receiving Lands, on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan (GMP). The RFMUD provides a transition between the Urban and Estates designated lands and between the Urban and Agricultural/Rural and Conservation designated lands farther to the east. The Receiving Lands have been identified as being most appropriate for development within the RFMUD. The GMP allows for earth mining activities within the RFMUD Receiving Lands. The LDC also indicates that earth mining activities are permissible as conditional uses in the RFMUD Receiving Lands. Based upon the above analysis and review, the proposed conditional use one (I) for earth mining may be deemed consistent with the Future Land Use Element (FLUE). Transportation Element: Staff has reviewed the traffic impact statement and historical traflic reports associated with the monitoring of the SR-846 Land Trust earth mine. The application for continued operations and the associated traffic impacts are consistent with the GMP. Furthermore, the availability of fill material in close proximity to construction projects in the area provides for shorter trip lengths for the hauling vehicles. Transportation staff recommends approval of the expansion to the Conditional Use with further recommendation that an annual report is provided that addresses the condition of the roadway adjacent to the earth mine entrance, traffic counts, accident reports and the status of daily average vehicle output from the earth mine. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: Environmental Services Department staff has reviewed the petition and notes that the applicant has complied with staffs recommendations and all safeguards have been addressed. The site contains over 922.7610 acres of native vegetation and the minimum requirement of fifteen (IS) percent preservation has been shown on the site plan as two separate preserve areas. The majority of the remaining native vegetation on site will be retained since the expansion does not have an impact in that area. The expansion area consists of 52710 acres that abuts the existing mining operation and is centered in an area used for sod fanning and improved pasture for cattle grazmg. ~ ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (EAC) RECOMMENDATION: The EAC heard the petition on July II, 2007 and with a 6-3 vote recommended to forward this petition to the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) with a recommendation of approval with conditions. I. An approved indigo snake plan is required to be implemented prior to beginning any construction including site clearing. The name and contact infOlmation of a qualified biologist who will monitor work shall be supplied to Environmental Services Department staff at the pre- construction meeting or prior to excavation pennit approval. 2. Evidence of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) accepted mitigation for impacts to panthers, woodstorks, Florida black bear and other listed species will be required prior to excavation permit approval. Page 2 of5 Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 3 of 160 3. An updated listed species survey less than 6 months old is required for areas of expanded excavation prior to issuance of an excavation permit. As required by FWC Technical Assistance, follow up pedestrian surveys of each new mining block will be conducted between 60 and ] 80 days prior to commencement of any mining related activity through the life of the project. The applicant shall submit a copy of these surveys to Environmental Services Department staff. 4. Vegetated buffers shall be maintained around all wetlands. If any of these buffer areas do not include the minimum required vegetated width, a replanting plan will be required as part of the excavation permit. 5. Any other additional or updated environmental permits or information as required in the LDC will be required prior to excavation permit approval. 6. For both phase I and II (existing excavation and expansion) the entire finished slope of mined areas will be at 8:1 slope with a minimum of 10 percent of the circumference planted with littoral plantings (ten percent vegetative planting) at least 24 feet wide. 7. All conditions of the original Conditional Use shall remain in effect. 8. The water table in adjacent on-site wetlands shall be monitored. Levels shall be recorded and reported to the Community Development and Environmental Services Division cvery March and September for 5 years. The results shall also be provided to the Environmental Advisory Committee. 9. Additional information provided by FWC staff regarding impacts of blasting on burrowing owl embryo formation shall be forwarded to the County. The infonnation from the FWC shall be provided to the applicant upon receipt. COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION (CCPC) RECOMMENDATION: The CCPC heard petition CU-2004-AR-6904, Land Trust Earth Mine on August 2, 2007 and by a vote of 8-0 recommended to forward this petition to the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) with a recommendation of approval subject to the following conditions: 1. Staff's stipulations in the staff report; subject to the conditions of approval set forth in Resolution No. 06-157 is attached as Exhibit D. 2. Add another condition of approval that states: The BZA may revoke the approval of this Conditional Use if the approved use or the manner in which the approved use is conducted, managed or operated impairs the character and integrity of the zoning district and surrounding area, or the applicant does not fully comply with or complete all conditions of approval or improvements indicated on the development plan and modification of the conditions or plan are found not to be in the public interest or are detrimental to the public health, safety, or general welfare. 3. The EAC's stipulations as summarized above. 4. Jones Mine shall assist in the formation of a committee comprised of surrounding neighbors that will work together to hire a qualified engineer who will investigate blasting complaints. The firm and/or candidate should be unbiased toward all parties. .-~. Page3of5 Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 4 of 160 5. This Conditional Use for blasting only will be reviewed by and brought back to the CCPC and BZA after one year from the time the excavation permit is issued. 6. A second Neighborhood Information Meeting (NIM) will be held prior to the BCC hearing. 7. The local damage contact will be Mr. Damon Jones at 239-304-1506 or www.jonesmining.com. 8. To reduce the impacts to the neighborhood, air blasts shall not exceed the maximum limit ofllO. 9. Ground vibration shall be allowed up to and not to exceed a .20 inches per second. 10. The maximum load per hole shall be limited to less than 100 pounds of explosives per blast. II. The maximum of eighteen (18) blasts per month and the maximum number of holes per month shall not exceed 1,680. 12. The applicant shall hire a consultant to establish an archaeological monitoring plan and make sure the employees of Jones Mine are aware of the monitoring plan. Because staff has received letters of opposition to the requested expansion of the earth mining facility, this petition could not be placed on the Summary Agenda. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: Before you is a Conditional Use petition seeking to expand the existing earth mining operation for Jones Mine. A Conditional Use is a use that is permitted in a particular zoning district subject to certain restrictions. Decisions regarding Conditional Uses are quasi judicial, and all testimony given must be under oath. The attached report and recommendations of the Planning Commission required are advisory only and are not binding on you. The petitioner has the burden of demonstrating that the necessary requirements have b~en met, and you may question the petitioner, or staff, to satisfy yourself that the necessary criteria has been satisfied. In addition to meeting the necessary criteria, you may place such conditions and safeguards as you deem appropriate to allow the use, provided that there is competent, substantial evidence that these additional conditions and safeguards are necessary to promote the public health, safety, welfare, morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, or the general welfare of the neighborhood. As a furtber condition of approval of the Conditional Use, you may require that suitable areas for streets, public rights-of-way, schools, parks, and other public facilities be set aside, improved, and/or dedicated for public use, subject to appropriate impact fe~ credits. Approval or denial of the Petition is by Resolution, with approval of the Conditional Use requiring four affirmative votes of the Board. - JAK RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) approve Petition CU-2004-AR-6904, "_ Land Trust Earth Mine subject to the following conditions: l. The CCPC conditions as summarized above. Page 4 of5 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 5 of 160 2. Beginning on the first anniversary date of BZA approval and continuing each year thereafter, the owner shall provide a report to the Collier County Transportation Services Division which will include the condition of the roadway adjacent to the property entrance, accident reports, and average daily and peak hour vehicle trips entering and exiting the earth mine. 3. The storm water run off quality should not be affected with the proposed excavation area expansIOn. 4. A one dollar ($1.00) per heavy loaded truck exiting Jones Pit shall be paid semi-annually for ongoing maintenance of county roads impacted by the heavy vehicles. This surcharge will expire when the property is rezoned or the conditional use has terminated. PREPARED BY: Melissa Zone, Principal Planner Department of Zoning and Land Development Review ,,-... Page 5 015 Item Number: ttemSummary: Meeting Date: Page] ofl Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 6 of 160 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ThiS item requires that all participants be swom in and ex parte dis closure be provided by Commission members. Petition CU-2004-AR-6904 Mining Venture, LLc.. represented by R. Bruce Anderson of Roetzel & Andress, is requesting a conditional use allowed per LDC Section 2.04.03, Table 2 of the A-MHO Agricultural zoning district for Earthmining. The subject property, consistingof2,576 acres, is located eastollrnmokalee Road, approximately 2 miles north of 011 Well Road. The subject propNty is located Within Sections 35 & 36, Township 47 South, Range 27 East and all of Sachor ~ and 2, Township 48 South, Range 27 East. Less Road Right-of-Way for County Road 846 'Immokalee Road) Collier County. Florida 9/25120079:00:00 AM Date Prepared By Melissa Zone Community Development & Environmental Services Principal Planner Zoning & Land Development Review 9112/2007 3;27:~5 PM Date Approved By Ray Bellows Community Development & Environmental Services Chief Planner Zoning & Land Development Review 9113120('712:35PM Approved By Date JudyPulg Community Development & Environmental Services Operations Analyst Community Development & Environmenta: Services Admin. 9/1312DD72:03PM MarieneStewart Date Approved By Community Development & Environmental Services Executive Secretary Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 9113i2DD72;06 PM Date Approved By Susan Murray,AICP Community Development & EnvironmenlalServices Zoning & Land Devetopment Director Zoning & land Devetopment Review 9113120073:35 PM JeffKlatzkow Date Approved By County Attomey Assistant County Attomey County Attorn(!y Office 9/14120078:25 AM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development & Env;ronmentalServices Community Development & Environmental Services Adminstrator Date Community Development & EnvironmentlllServicesAdmin 9114120078:51 AM Date Approved By NickCasalanguida TransportationServiclIs MPODirector Transportation Planning 9/14120078:58AM Date Approved By Norm E. Feder, AICP Transportation Services TransportahonDlvlsionAdministrator Transportation Services Admin. 9i1412007!U6AM Date Approved By Mark Isackson County Manager's Office Budget Analyst Office of Management & Budget 9117/20015:20 PM Date Approved By JamesV. Mudd Board of County CommiSSioners County Manager County Manllger'sOffice 91171200'78:00 PM file://C:\AgendaTcst\Export\89~SeptembeflIo2025_ %202007\07 .%20BOARD%200F%20Z0.. 9/] 9/2007 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 7 of 160 Co~T County - - --- - STAFF REPORT COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FROM: DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION HEARING DATE: AUGUST 2, 2007 SUBJECT: PETITION CU-2004-AR-6904, LAND TRUST EARTH MINE OWNER: Mining Venture, LLC 3606 Enterprise A venue Naples, FL 34104 AGENT(S): R. Bruce Anderson, Esq. Roetzel & Andress 850 Park Shore Drive, Trianon Center, Third Floor Naples, FL 34103 Bruce Tyson Wilson Miller 3200 Bailey Lane, Suite 200 Naples, FL 34105 REOUESTED ACTION: To have the Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) consider an application requesting a Conditional Use (CU) for Earth Mining within the Rural Agriculture-Mobile Home Overlay (A- MHO) zoning district. GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: The subject property consists of 2,576+ acres and is located east of Immokalee Road (CR-846) approximately two miles north of Oil Well Road (CR-858), and 1.5 miles north of the County Fair grounds. It encompasses all of Sections 35 and 36 in Township 47 South, Range 27 East and all of Sections 1 and 2 in Township 48 South, Range 27 East, less road right-of-way for County Road 846, Collier County, Florida. See location map on the following page. August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing Page 1 of9 Location Map Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 8 of 160 ~rl.:~-rl <<l / '~ IU /1 f- 5 .....e> iiJ rT ; -:;:::" I I T c: ..., T 611,.1 ..:.. I I ...._0 ....-WtCl ... .....IIHO - Ii. I ........e> A-MftO \......-.-/' ... A-MIllO ill ! 6" ..,.. I I I I I "'.. 211 1 I I ~ ~" u:NI"'L'f<D . , ' ,.I, 'U47 " Ej . . '. .. .. .... .. , '1 1 SIT!: .',. .-/ ; LOCATION 0 I ':U:"";"'''''M';;.--~-.,...~J~:f:. .. :t:. ~'iT "i' :~'11 ...!... !j".:J.t... . , I ! " - ~I;~~" , I :dij. 31.Jl i ,..!. -,. :';': 'J:.- II T" -.I. f,',"ef'" :~TU4111 .1. .... l'I'i'!'I' , : 1IflI._ i ,.'.1. .l-w<<) .. A-!IHI) .. :'.1 I It"J"I. I 1 ...-..t.u.t s"......~~...,',.,. """''''''''''''',._'' ",.~ ~.I.~..: Tl);~' ""~:: :" +"'-;:-, : ~ .,,, .,: "" ;,:..:: ... ., . . " " " " " .. I" -;", I I ::: ~.~ jitl':":'::.'" 'T .1'1" Of:' ~::~' o::":"I~:U& 0 "I :_.1 ~ t:,,: "=":'.1,' ,," : ~ :,,,': :"" r-:t,:l'I.~ II:::: ; :J: ," . .:i~- .-:., ~1: .. " .," ,~ :" Sr 'f=- I' :.... " _.,." . .~ .,.~:.:, 'l,;f.;-._~.:'':'" .'. ..,.,~ 1-1- PURPOSEIDESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing Page 2 of9 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 9 of 160 On November 9, 1999, the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) approved a conditional use for earth mining which prohibited blasting. Subsequently, the applicant applied for a conditional use to expand the boundary of the earth mining operation as well to utilize blasting, excavation and processing of the limestone. At that time, staff and the applicant were unable to resolve environmental requirements. As a result, the applicant applied for a modified conditional use application (CU-06- AR-9699) to permit blasting and excavating to a maximum depth of forty-five (45) feet. Since then, the applicant resumed the current petition which is for the expansion of the current excavation boundary, blasting of the fill material to a maximum depth of 45 feet or the confining soil layer, whichever is less, as well as excavation and processing of the soil and rock material. All blasting will be in compliance with all blasting requirements, as specified per Section 10.08 of the Collier County Land Development Code. SURROUNDING LAND USE AND ZONING: Subject Parcel: Rural Agricultural-Mobile Home Overlay (A-MHO), with Conditional Use (CU- 1999-16 and CU-2006-AR-9699). The current land use is earth mining, pasture and farming. North: Low density residential, earth mining and fanning, zoned Rural Agricultural-Mobile Home Overlay (A-MHO) South: Single-family residential and vacant parcels, zoned Estates (E) East: Single-family residential and vacant parcels, zoned Estates (E) West: CR-846, Single-family residential, zoned Rural Agricultural-Mobile Home Overlay (A-MHO) GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN (GMP) CONSISTENCY: August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing Page 3 of9 , Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 10 of 160 The subject property is designated as Agricultural/Rural, Rural Fringe Mixed-Use District (RFMUD), Receiving Lands, on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan (GMP). The RFMUD provides a transition between the Urban and Estates designated lands and between the Urban and Agricultural/Rural and Conservation designated lands farther to the east. The RFMUD employs a balanced approach to protect natural resources and private property rights and provides for large areas of open space. The RFMUD allows for a mixture of urban and rural levels of service. The Receiving Lands have been identified as being most appropriate for development within the RFMUD. Based on the evaluation of available data, these lands have a lesser degree of environmental or listed species habitat value than Sending Lands and generally have been disturbed through development or existing agricultural operations. The GMP allows for earth mining activities within the RFMUD Receiving Lands. The Collier COWlty Land Development Code also indicates that earth mining activities are permissible as conditional uses in the RFMUD Receiving Lands. Based upon the above analysis and review, the proposed conditional use one (I) for earth mining may be deemed consistent with the Future Land Use Element (FLUE). Transportation Element: Staff has reviewed the traffic impact statement and historical traffic reports associated with the monitoring of the SR-846 Land Trust earth mine. The application for continued operations and the associated traffic impacts are consistent with the GMP. The volume of roadway capacity being consumed by the earth mine and background traffic versus the available capacity show no degradation of the level of service. Furthermore, the availability of fill material in close proximity to construction projects in the area provides for shorter trip lengths for the hauling vehicles. Transportation staff recommends approval of the expansion to the conditional use with the further recommendation that an annual report is provided that addresses the condition of the roadway adjacent to the earth mine entrance, traffic COWltS, accident reports and the status of daily average vehicle output from the earth mine. Conservation & Coastal Management Element: This project is in compliance with Policy 5.1.2 because it has an active water use permit through South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) for dewatering purposes. The project is consistent with the Policies in Objectives 6.1 and 6.2 because a minimum of 138.41 acres or 15 percent of the site's native vegetation shall be designated as preserve and protected by a conservation easement. The majority of the preserve is occupied by gopher tortoises and the remainder is high quality wetlands used by listed wading birds for foraging and offers potential for offsite connection. Jurisdictional wetlands have been identified and a permit from SFWMD has been issued for the original excavation permit. ANALYSIS: Before any Conditional Use recommendation can be offered to the Board of Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission must make findings that: 1) approval of the Conditional Use will not adversely affect the public interest; and 2) all specific requirements for the individual Conditional Use will be met; and 3) satisfactory provisions have been made concerning the following matters, where applicable: 1. Consistency with the Land Development Code and the Growth Management Plan. August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing Page 4 of9 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 11 of 160 As noted in the Growth Management Plan (GMP) consistency review above, the request is consistent with the GMP. This application abides by the regulations of the Land Development Code (LDC) as well as the Explosives Ordinance 2004-55. 2. Ingress and egress to the property and proposed structures thereon, with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe. Adequate ingress and egress to the site have been provided and will remain along lmmokalee Road (CR-846). The applicant built east and west bound turn lanes at the entrance to the site as part of the original Conditional Use application. Reconsideration of the Level of Service (LOS) on this project was approved by Transportation Services Division because the availability of the fill material in close proximity to construction projects in the area provides for shorter trip lengths for the hauling vehicles. This conditional use petition is to expand the lake boundary to permit blasting, excavation and processing of material for the earth mining operation. 3. The effect the Conditional Use would have on neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects. This project will increase the noise from this excavation site; however, County Ordinance 2004-55 controls and regulates explosives in Collier County for the protection of the public health, safety and welfare of its citizens and to prevent damage to property, personal injury and loss of life resulting from detonations of explosives. Additionally, due to the rural location of the existing earth mining operation, the proposed blasting as regulated above will not significantly impact neighboring properties. 4. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district. Future Land Use Element Policy 5.4 requires new developments to be compatible with the surrounding land area. The GMP permits earth mining activities within the district, and the Zoning and Land Development staff, reviewing the petition in its entirety, determined compatibility with adjacent properties based on the RFMUD Receiving Lands permitted uses. The proposal to expand the earth mining operation will not change the previous determination of compatibility with adjacent properties. Environmental Advisorv Council (EAC) RECOMMENDATION: The EAC reviewed this petition on July II, 2007 and approved the CU with following stipulations: I. An approved indigo snake plan is required to be implemented prior to beginning any construction including site clearing. The name and contact information of qualified biologist who will be monitoring work must be supplied to Environmental Services staff at the pre-construction meeting or prior to the excavation permit approval. 2. Evidence of FWS/FWC accepted mitigation for impacts to panthers, woodstorks, Florida black bear and other listed species will be required prior to excavation permit approval. Page 5 of9 August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing 1 Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 12 of 160 3. An updated listed species survey less than 6 months old is required for areas of expanded excavation prior to issuance of an excavation permit. As required by FWC Technical Assistance, follow up pedestrian surveys of each new mining block will be conducted between 60-180 days prior to commencement of any mining related activity through the life ofthe project. Please submit a copy ofthese surveys to Environmental Services Department staff. 4. Vegetated buffers shall be maintained around all wetlands. If any of these buffer areas do not include the minimum required vegetated width, a replanting plan will be required as part of the excavation permit. 5. Any other additional or updated environmental permits or information as required in the LDC will be required prior to excavation permit approval. 6. For both phase I & II (existing excavation and expansion) the entire finished slope of mined areas will be at 8:1 slope with a minimum of 10% of the circumference planted with littoral plantings at least 24 feet wide. 7. All conditions of the original CD remain in effect. 8. Monitoring of the water table in adjacent on site wetlands. Levels shall be recorded and reported to the Community Development and Environmental Services Division every March and September for 5 years. The results shall also be provided to the Environmental Advisory Committee. 9. Additional information requested from FWC staffregarding any impact the blasting would have on burrowing owl embryo formation. The information from the FWC shall be forwarded to the applicant upon receipt. Environmental Analysis: Environmental Services staff has reviewed the petition and notes that the applicant has complied with staffs recommendations and all safeguards have been addressed. The site contains over 922.76010 acres of native vegetation and the minimum requirement of fifteen (15) percent preservation has been shown on the site plan as two separate preserve areas. The majority of the remaining native vegetation on site will be retained since the expansion does not have an impact in that area. The expansion area consists of 527010 acres that abuts the existing mining operation and is centered in an area used for sod farming and improved pasture for cattle grazing. Zoning and Land Development Review Analysis: Mining is not allowed in sensitive and heavily populated areas of the County. The LDC provides maximum safeguards in compliance with the zoning code for the surrounding neighborhood. Engineering and environmental measures are being taken to protect the water bodies from all sources of pollution, including, but not limited to, sedimentation and chemical and petrochemical use and spillage and storage or disposal of mining wastes and spoils. The portion of the mining operation adjacent to developed residential property provides screening and buffer vegetation that was planted prior to the blasting. The current blasting method is being modified to lessen the effect on the surrounding neighborhood. The method of blasting is by a series of small explosions designed to shatter limestone. Concerns were raised about this method so the owners have taken it upon themselves to lessen any impact. The proposed process would still include a series of small explosions but at a smaller yield to limit the associated ground motion. August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing Page 6 of9 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 13 of 160 The ground vibrations set off by an explosion are measured in peak particle velocity (PPV). The U.S. Bureau of Mines has set a standard of two inches per second PPV ground vibration for the structure nearest the blast site. That means that if the blast exceeds 2 inches per second PPV, the ground vibration could damage the structure. The state of Florida has adopted the standard of I inch per second and Collier County has adopted a more stringent standard of 0.5 inch per second. On June 20, 2006, the BZA approved petition CU-06-AR-9699 with the following stipulations: the Conditional Use was to be reviewed after the first year and then every two years for the life of the CU to determine whether the applicant has met the conditions of the approval or whether additional stipulations are necessary. Exhibit "A" of the staff report provides the Conditions of Approval with staffs response to each condition. In addition, the condition of approval for CU-99-16 required the applicant to submit a noise and traffic study which is part of the back up material to this staff report. NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION MEETING (NIM): The applicant held the required meeting on May 16, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. at the Corkscrew Elementary School cafeteria. Approximately thirty (30) people attended, including the agent's team and county staff. Bruce Tyson, one of the applicant's consultants, explained that there will be two phases of conditional use requested on the site property. The first phase conditional use requests that the developer be allowed to mine to a depth of sixty (60) feet and to use explosives in order to do so. Of most concern to those who spoke was the issue of blasting on the site. Surrounding property owners questioned the impacts of noise and vibration from the proposed blasting. The petitioner's seismologist consultant, Jeff Straw, addressed the majority of the questions which are noted below: . Blasting activities must occur within the parameters of Collier County's ordinances governing those operations. Mr. Straw deferred to Mr. Bill Spencer of the county's CDES Engineering Services Department who verified that all blasting must follow State and County regulations. Mr. Straw went on to make the following statements in answer to neighboring property owner's questions: One million dollars of insurance is required by the blaster for each case. All of the blasting would occur at 18-20 feet intervals. The vibration of energy is calculated at 5 percent off site. Estimates that there will be 6 to 8 blasts a month and the operation should last for 6 to 8 years. Each time a blast occurs it is about 2 to 3 seconds in length. The decibel level will not go over the 133 maximum from the nearest structure (350 feet per Bill Spencer). All blasting will occur Monday through Friday; no weekends, any holidays. The blasting will occur between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and no later than 4:00 P.M. Notice will be given to surrounding property owners when blasting happens and an initial home inspection will be conducted prior to the blasting. The excavation will be to the clay layer, which is around 35-40 feet. The blasting and excavating activities will not affect neighboring water wells. Processing and/or crushing of material on site is being requested by this Conditional Use petition. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Page 7 of9 August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing T Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 14 of 160 That the Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) forward a recommendation of approval of petition CU-2004-AR-6904 SR-846 Land Trust Earth Mine to the Board of Zoning Appeals, subject to the conditions of approval set forth in Resolution No. 06-157 attached as Exhibit A. And to add another condition of approval that states: The BZA can revoke the approval of this conditional use, if the approved use or the manner in which the approved use is conducted, managed or operated impairs the character and integrity ofthe zoning district and surrounding area; or the applicant has not fully complied with or completed all conditions of approval or improvements indicated on the approved development plan and modification of the conditions or plan would not be in the public interest or would be detrimental to the public health, safety, or general welfare. LIST OF STAFF REPORT EXHIBITS: A. Conditions of Approval for CU-2006-AR-9699 (Resolution 06-157) with staff response B. Conditions of Approval for CU-2006-AR-9699 (Resolution 06-157) with applicant's response C. Findings of Fact D. Site Plan PREPARED BY: MELISSA ZONE, PRINCIPAL PLANNER DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND DATE August 2, 2007 eepe Hearing Page 8 of9 LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 15 01 160 REVIEWED BY: JEFFREY A. KLATZKOW ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY DATE RAY BELLOWS, ZONING MANAGER DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW DATE SUSAN M. ISTENES, AICP, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW DATE APPROVED BY: JOSEPH K. SCHMITT ADMINISTRATOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION DATE Tentatively scheduled for the September 25, 2007 Board of County Commissioners Meeting COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION: MARK P. STRAIN, CHAIRMAN Page 9 019 August 2, 2007 CCPC Hearing Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 16 of 160 Collier County Conditions of Auuroval CU-06-AR-9699 This approval is conditioned upon the following stipulations because of the close proximity to Golden Gate Estates in Collier County. 1. The conditional use approval shall be reviewed one year from the date of approval and every two years subsequent to determine whether additional stipulations or mitigation are necessary to insure compatibility with other properties in the area and to assure public health, safety and welfare is adequately addressed. Development Services staff will use the following standards in their review and in the event of the inability of Development Services and applicant to agree upon additional stipulations or mitigation, the matter will be referred to the Board of Zoning Appeals using the Land Development Code procedural requirement for appeals. The standards for review are declared in the stipulations of Conditions of Approval for CU-99-16. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "b" of CU-99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). The applicant has commenced with Conditions of Approval CU-06-AR-9699. 2. A twenty (20) foot wide Type B buffer and fifteen (15) foot high berm shall be installed along the perimeter of the operation adjacent to residential structures immediately upon approval of this conditional use to insure the noise reduction is addressed. Mulch berms shall not be permitted as part of the buffers. The county issued a SIP in September 2006 for work on the mine operation's buffer. All related work was complete prior to blasting. 3. To lessen the potential for noise, dampening of the rock crushing equipment shall have attenuation properties/enclosures around the motors of the equipment. If attenuation enclosures are not able to be achieved for other large equlpment then an earthen berm shall be installed around the pwnps and equipment; up to the height of the equipment being shielded, (i.e. if the equipment is 10 feet high then a 10 foot high berm is required). The berm shall be installed within six (6) months of approval of this conditional use. The mining operation utilizes only portable rock crushing machines and surrounds each power generator with noise suppression equipment. 4. Blasting is allowed only within the "Permitted Lake Boundary" as shown on the Conditional Use Master Site Plan - Phase I. All blasting has taken place within the designated areas indicated for Phase I ofthe Conditional Use Master Plan. 5. The proposed use shall not adversely increase the quantity of water run-off. Use of the facility is limited to only mining activities. All surface soil has been removed from the area designated for blasting. Stormwater runoff quality has not beeu affected because the excavation area has not grown in size. Exhibit "A" of staff report Page I of 4 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 17 of 160 6. Adequate utility, access roads, drainage, and other necessary facilities already provided shall continue to be maintained. The proprietor continues to maintain existing utility, access roads and drainage facilities, all of which remain fully functional. 7. The mining operations shall be conducted in compliance with the laws ofthe State of Florida, Collier County Government and the Federal Government, especially as related to safety standards set forth in the Blasting Regulation of Collier County Ordinance No. 04- 5 5. Since Collier County's approval to commence blasting operations, Jones Mining has maintained full compliance with all local and State regulations. 8. The hours of pit operation shall be limited to 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday to prevent disturbance noise to the surrounding residential property owners. If the County receives any complaint regarding the noise from the rock crushing equipment then the hours of operation shall be limited to 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The hours of blasting shall be regulated by stipulation number 9. Hours of operation have remained from 7 A_M. to 6 P.M., Monday through Saturday. While preparing for rock crushing operations, the proprietor briefly tested a portable crusher on a Sunday. This was a single, inadvertent event and has not since reoccurred. 9. The hours of blasting shall be limited to 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Blasting activities shall not exceed eight (8) times a month with a three (3) second maximum duration with a low volume and close pattern to minimize noise and vibration. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "f" of CU-99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). Blasting initially commenced on August 25, 2006 and was completed in March 2007 within the Permitted Lake Boundary pursuant to Condition No.4. GeoSonics, Inc. conducted seismographic monitoring of the initial blasts. In ten months, a total of twenty-six blasts have taken place, an average of 2.6 per month. There were nine blasts in October 2006, which was one more than was authorized. This was subsequently brought to the operator's attention. 10. The maximum allowable depth of the excavation shall be 45 feet or to the confining layer, whichever is shallower. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "g" of CU- 99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). Blasting and excavation has not gone beyond the authorized depth of 45 feet. To date, no confining layer has been reached. Exhibit "A" of staffreport Page 2 of4 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 18 of 160 11. Excavation shall occur from the eastern boundary and work towards the western boundary of the property. Excavation is proceeding from the eastern edge to the western edge of the designated excavation area. 12. A southbound lane shall be installed to include a passing lane and the length shall be determined on an acceleration rate to 45 miles per hour (mph) or posted speed limit of a loaded dump truck exiting from the property on to lmmokalee Road. The southbound lane shall be built to the standards of the Transportation Services Division and all costs of the construction of the southbound lane as well as the land for right-of- way shall be the applicant's responsibility. Preliminary design of the southbound truck acceleration lane is complete and discussions with permitting agencies are under way. 13. The conditional use shall be limited to 800 maximum loaded trips per day until the southbound passing lane is constructed. Once the southbound lane has been installed, the limitation on 800 maximum loaded trips shall be lifted. Daily loaded truck trips have stayed well below the maximum allowable level of 800. The greatest daily trip volume occurred on march 12, 2007 when a total of 357 loaded trucks departed the site. 14. Upon completion of excavation activities, all buildings, equipment, buffers and berms shall be removed within six (6) months, unless such buildings and equipment will be used in the reclamation process. The proprietor is well aware of these requirements and staff will follow up to ensure compliance. 15. During each blast a seismograph machine shall be placed in three locations; at the northern property border closes to Fawn A venue and adjacent to the closes residential structure; at the southern property border adjacent to the closes residential structure between 16th Street N.E. and 20th Street N.E.; at the eastern property border between 52nd Avenue N.E. and 58th Avenue N.E. Blast characteristic data is downloaded from seismographs after each controlled explosion. Printed records are promptly faxed to Jones Mining Company, LLC, Collier County CDES, and Austin Powder Company, the on- site contractor performing blasting operations. 16. A pre-blasting survey shall be taken for all affected property owners who expressed a concern at the Neighborhood Information Meeting, Collier County Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners as well as those who transmitted letters of dissent and existing structures along with future structures that meet the pre-blasting inspection criteria of Ordinance 04-55. One copy of the pre- existing survey will be given to the homeowner and another copy shall be filed with the Collier County Engineering Services Department Director. Exhibit "A" of staff report Page 3 of 4 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 19 of 160 In June 2006, 174 pre-blast notifications were sent via first class mail to residences within a 3,766 foot radius of the site. Eighty-five residents opted for initial inspections and there have been two re-inspections as well. Follow-up notification appointments were scheduled and inspections were completed between July 12 and December 11, 2006. These surveys consisted of interior examinations with diagrams of existing conditions as well as exterior photographs and diagrams of existing cracks and defects. Photographs were taken using both film and digital cameras with all images reduced to CD-Rom storage. An additional inspection was completed on April 9, 2007 for a resident who did not participate in the initial phase. Afterward, copies of inspection reports and CDs were mailed to all participating residents. Bound summaries of all the inspection results were provided to CDES and Jones Mining Company. The GeoSonics, Inc. Florida Office maintains all the inspection data and photographs for future reference as needed. The inspections comply with all applicable county regulations and Condition No. 16. The management of Jones Mining Company, LLC purchased the residence at 4920 20th Street N.E., which is south of the mine, in January 2007 to use as a study house to analyze the relationship between environmental factors combined with vibration effects and the occurrence of cracks on structures on affected properties. Three parties have participated in the study: Jones Mining Company, LLC, Northwestern University and GeoSonics, Inc. The study consists of five parts: a. Measuring ground vibration and air blast at the study house produced by blasting plus air overpressure generated by other environmental activity triggering the instruments. b. Continuous monitoring and measurement of interior/exterior expansion of an existing crack on the west wall of the garage_ c. Similar measurement of a crack at a block and drywall construction joint west ofthe garage entry to the residence. d. Measuring of temperature, humidity and wind speed/direction by autonomous weather station equipment. e. Development of a web site(s) to facilitate public viewing of data collected from the above on-site instrumentation. 17. Expedited permitting shall be pursued to ensure that these conditions are met quickly and to shorten the length of time that mining will occur on this site. Staff has worked with the applicant and their agents to assist in expediting the review process. Exhibit "A" of staffreport Page 4 of 4 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 v,;;5l'" m "" > Memorandum To: Board of County Commissioners From: Susan:'vi. Istenes, AlCP, Dircctor Department of Zoning and Land Development Review Date: July 19, 2007 Subject: Update on .Jones Mining Condltional Use This memo is provided pursuant to a discussion the Board of County Commissionel1l held at t1Je meeting 0(' Febrllal)' 17, 2007 regarding complaints associated vo.~th blasting at the Jones Mining Pit. At that meeting, after hearing a report from the COUlJly El1gineering staff on complaints associatcd with the Jones mining operation, the BlIard of County Commi~~ioners requested that staff reluIn \vi\J1 a sunlmw:y of what action the Goard could legally take ",ith respect to this project should complaints continue. Zoning staff along with th~ County Attorney's office researched the Land Development Code (LDC) and the approved Resolution of Adoption (No. 2006-157) t{l determine if the. BCC hM the authorityt{l revoke the previously granted conditional usc approval. Researcll indicates thai the LDC does not graIl! the Board of County Commissioners nor th~ BZA expre3~ authority to revoke an approved conditional use resolution nor are there express conditions approved in Resolmiclll N" o. 2006-[57 which would grant that authority to the Board. In S\lIn, any actions of the property owner or tenant, etc. which constitule a violation {If the Land Development Code and including cOl1dilioi1s of approval shall be handled in accordance with LDC section 8.08.00 (Code Enforcement). If thc property O,^TIcr or tenant of the properly of concern fails to perform in accordance with the Land Development Codc or any other regulations OT limilaliol1 imposed 011 the use or development of shall constlrnte a violation of the code and a complaint may be !iled by any il1dividual to Code Enforcement. The Board of County Commissioners may Wllllt to grant the Board of Zoning Adjustment and Appeals (BZA (note: in Collier County the BCe sil~ as the BZA)) the "right" or ability to rcvoke a conditional use approval under certain conditions either by directing staff to formulate an amendment to the LDC to give the BZA t11e express ability to do so and/or by making it a condition of approval as part ofthc re.~olution of adoption for fut\ire conditional uses. If and Imtil the Board amends the LDC, staff recommends the Board adopt, as a condition of approval, the ability to revoke a ConditionallJse appro,a! for specified reasons. For example, the BZA could indud~ as a condi lion of approval for furure conditional uses, the ability to revoke the Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 21 of 160 approval if the approved use or the maimer in which the approved use is conducted, =aged or operated impairs the character and integrity of the zoning district and surrounding <!tea; or the applicant has not fully complied with or completed all conditions of approval or improvements indicated on thc approved development plan and modification of the conditions OT plan would not be j" the public interest or would be detrimental to the public health, safety, or general welfare. A public hearing to modifY the Jones lI'lining Conditional use in order to explUld the lake boundary and to further blast and dig, is scheduled for public hearing on August 2, 2007 in front of the Collier County Planning Commi,sion and September 25, 2007 in front of the Board of County Commissioners sitting as [he BlA. At that time the BZA would have the opportunity to include conditions of approval, such as those suggested ubove, in the resolution of adoption, should the B7:A decide to approve the Conditional Use or the BZA couid deny the petition, Finally, attached you will find the undated blasting and complaint log maintained by the County's Engineering Services Department as was provided to you previously at the Engineering Services Depm-[ll1en t's presentation to you on thc status of the project on February 27, 2007, as noted above. Ce: Jim ~I'[udd, County Manager Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, CDES Tom Kud, Director, Engineering Services .Melissa Zone, Principal Planner JelfKJatzkow, Assistant County Attorney Community Development and Environmental Services Office of the Administrator T 1'-1'-0 ,0"" oo~ ~- o N N =([;a; "'.D 01 -0 E OJ ~$o... 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ZN~ .0 E"'", Q)NN " - ~ ! -OJOJ OJ.o Ol --- ! . , , "CJ E CO a. a32CL . , Ol",- e:( <COJ U) ::;E , . , ,1 G ' , Z - " . Z 0 N , , 'w .. " j" . , " ~ ... 0 '" <D " . , . . , , , cr: , ,.., <( , / . ... 0 _m_ I Z- - :::> tl .. z 0 ;:: U f- LU "- U Pi: a. ilS e:( U ~ ::;E " " Z ~ . 0 ~ - f- e:( () 0 .....J c " I!;S',,'::> z ~ ~ ~ " [ #'''' .,,6 ~~ oz 1 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 26 of 160 APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC HEARING FOR: CONDITIONAL USE Commission District; D P" R . d CU-20Q4-AR-6904 ate elItlOn ecelve: _ PROJECT #2004120008 DATE: 12/15/04 Planner Assigned: MICHAEL DERUNTZ Petition No.: ABOVE TO BE COMPLETED BY STAFF 1 . General Information Name of Applicant(s) Mining V cnture. LLC Applicant's Mailing Address 3606 Entemrise Avenue City Naples State FL Zip 34]04 Applicant's Telephone # (239) 643-3343 Fax # (239) 643-4548 Applicant's E-Mail Address; Dbarber(a1bcbe.com Name of Agent R. Bruce Anderson. ESQ. Firm Roetzel & Andress Agent's Mailing Address 850 Park Shore Drive, Trianon Center. Third Floor City Naples State FL Zip 34103 Agent's Telephone # 239-649-2708 Fax # 239-261-3659 Agent's E-Mail Address: banderson(a1ralaw.eom * Be aware that Collier County has lobbyist regulations. Guide yourself accordingly and ensure that you are in compliance with these regulations. COLLIER COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 2800 N. HORSESHOE DRIVE - NAPLES, FL 34104 PHONE (941) 403-2400/FAX (941) 643-6968 Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 27 of 160 CDmplete the following for all AssDciatiDn(s) affiliated with this petition. (Provide additional sheets if necessary) State_Zip State _ Zip State _ Zip a. If the property is Dwned fee simple by an INDIVIDUAL, tenancy by the entirety, tenancy in common, or jDint tenancy, list all parties with an ownership interest as well as the percentage of such interest. (Use additional sheets if necessary). Name and Address Percentage of Ownership b. If the property is owned by a CORPORATION, list the officers and stockholders and the percentage of stock owned by each. Name, Address and Office Percentage of Stock c. If the propetty is in the name of a TRUSTEE, list the beneficiaries of the trust with the percentage of interest. TRUSTEE: SR 846 Land Trust Name and Address BCB Land Company, Inc. 3606 Enterprise Avenue Naples, FL 34104 Percentage of Interest 30% H.A. Street P.O. Box 2100 Grundy, VA 24614 20% HHH Investments 207 Eight Street South, Suite 207 Naples, FL 34102 20% Agenda Item ND. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 28 Df 160 Ronald L. Brown Revocable Trust 3450 Gordon Drive Naples, FL 34102 12,5% Ronald Brown - 100% Michel1e M. Brown Revocable Trust 3450 Gordon Drive Naples, FL 34102 12.5% Michelle Brown - 100% Suivant Le SoleH Trust 3450 Gordon Drive Naples, FL 34102 5% Ronald J. Brown - 20%, Christina M. Brown - 20%, Pamela L. Detrick - 20%, Tamara M. Alexander - 20%, Brenda H. Hunsinger - 20%, d. If the property is in the namc of a GENERAL or LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, list the name of the general and/or limited partners. Name and Address Percentage Df Ownership e. If there is a CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE, with an individual or individuals, a Corporation, Trustee, or a Partnership, list the names of the contract purchasers helow, including the officers, stockholders, beneficiaries, or partners. Name and Address Percentage of Ownership f. If any contingency clause or contract terms involve additional parties, list all individuals or officers, if a corporation, partnership, or trust. Name and Address g. Date subject property acquired (X): May 17,1990 yr./mos. If, Petitioner has option to buy, indicate date of option: terminates: , or anticipated closing date and date option h. Should any changes of ownership or changes in contracts for purchase subsequent to the date of application, but prior to the date of the final public hearing, it is the responsibility of the applicant, or agent on his behalf, to submit a supplemental disclosure of interest form. Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 29 of 160 3. Detailed le!!al description of the propertv covered bv the application: (If space is inadequate, attach on separate page.) If request involves change to more than one zoning district, include separate legal description for property involved in each district. Applicant shall submit four (4) copies of a recent survey (completed within the last six months, maximum 1" to 400' scale) if required to do so at the pre-application meeting. NOTE: The applicant is responsible for supplying the con-ect legal description. If questions arise concerning the Icgal description, an engineer's certification or sealed survey may be required. Section: 35 and 36 Township: 47 South Range; 27 East Section: 1 and 2 Township: 48 South Range: 27 East_ Lot: Block: Subdivision: Plat Book Page #: Properly LD.#; 00113480009 ,00113520008, 00209240001_ and 00209200009 Metes & Bounds Description: 4 . Size of propertv: 10,560:t ft. X 10,560:t ft. = Total Sq. Ft. ___ Acres 2564:t 5, Address/!!enerallocation of subiect Pl'opertv: East ofhnmokalce Road, approximately 2 miles nOlih of Oil Well Road, 1.5 miles north of County Fair grounds. 6 . Adjacent zOlliue and land usc: Zoning Land use N Agricultural (Ay_M Htt?ow Density Rcsidential and Farming S Estates (E) Vacant tracts and scattered single family residences E Estates (E) Vacant tracts and scattered single family residences W Agricultural (A)- Immokalee Road, faJ111 land & scattered single family residences fvfHO Does property owner own contiguous property to the subject property? If so, give complcte legal description of entire contiguous property. (If space is inadequate, attach on separate page). T Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 30 of 160 Section: Township: Range: Lot; Block: Subdivision; Plat Book Page #: Property I.D.#: Metes & Bounds Description: 7. T I of material to a maximum depth of 60 feet, processing of material. blasting of material in compliance with all blasting requirements. Expansion of excavation boundary within dimensions as shown on the site plan. Present Use ofthe Property: EarthminingfpastureIFarming 8 . Evaluation Criteria: Provide a narrative statement describing this request for conditional use. NOTE: Pursuant to Section 10.08.00, of the Collier County Land Development Code, staffs recommendation to the Planning Commission and the Planning Commission's recommendation to the Board of Zoning Appeals shall be based upon a finding that the granting of the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and that the specific requirements governing the individual conditional use, if any, have been met, and that further, satisfactory provision and arrangement have been made concerning the following matters, where applicable. Please provide detailed response to each of the criterion listed below. Specify how and why the request is consistent with each. (Attach additional pages as may be necessary). a. Describe how the project is consistent with the Collier County Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan (include information on how the request is consistent with the applicable section or portions of the future land lIse element): Earth Mining. or excavation. is allowed as a conditional use in the mral agricultural (A) zoning district. The existing approved conditional use continues to be consistent with the Growth Management Plan of Collier County. The extended boundaries of the excavation will not impact native hahitat. and subsequentlv no native vegetation will be lost. The proiect remains consistent with Obiective 3 of the Future Land Use Element Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 31 of 160 b. Describe the existing or planned means of ingress and egress to the property and proposed structure thereon with paliicular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: The existing- access for the propertv lies approximately one half mile north of the south propertv line off SR 846. Inbound and outbound turn lanes have been provided at this access. The inbound turn lanes (northbound right-turn and southbound left-turn) at the Proiect's entrance are expected to maintain through capacity of SR 846 while enhancing the safety and convenience of trucks/vehicles entering or passing the site. Roadway signs indicating "truck access" have been posted along SR 846 iust north and south of the Proiect's access to warn drivers of approaching ingress/egress vehicles, A flashing vellow signal has been constructed at thc intersection as additional indication of ingress/egress vehicles. c. Describe the effect the conditional usc will have on neighboring propcrties III relation to noise, glare, economic impact and odor: The cxtension of the existing conditional use should have little effect on neighboring Droperties. This request is to continue the removal or excavation of fill material. The cxcavation site area wil! continne to be within the parent tract and will become a lake as the material is removed. In order for excavation to continue to be practical. the applicant requests the pernlission to allow blasting of sub-surface rock within the paramctcrs of the identified excavation site. In addition to blasting. the applicant requests that processing of material be allowed within the site. These activities wil! have little to no effect on neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare. economic impact and odor. A.noise study was completed and submitted to the Countv on 6/2412004, and a copy is herebv attached to this application, d. Describe tile site's and the proposed use's compatibility with adjacent properties and other properties in the district: Mining activitv continues to be a compatible use to adiacent lands. which include low densitv residential and fanning. The excavation has been on-going for the last five years with little complaints from sun'Olmding land uses. As was indicated bv county staff at the pre-application meeting, the mining operation is state of the art and very sensitive to compatibilitv issues with adiacent landowners. The excavation is within the center of the pro))ertv, and the expansion will maintain setbacks of 250ct feet Ii-OJn the western ))ropertv line, 830ct feet from the southern T Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 32 of 160 property line, 1.450+ feet from the eastern property line. and 1.200:1: feet from the northern propertv line, The excavation will continue to operate during normal business hours and will not require additional lighting. Additional activities currentlv on the site include a small operations office located at the SW corner of the property at the access point on Immokalee Road. e. Please provide any additional information which you may feel is relevant to this request. hnpacts from the excavation area are limited to less than 50% of the entire site and this 50% has been previouslv cleared. No additional native habitat areas will be impacted through approval oftllis application. 9. Deed Restrictious: The County is legally precluded from enforcing deed restrictions, however, many communities have adopted such restrictions. You may wish to contact the civic or property owners association in the area for which this use is being requested in order to asccrtain whether or not the request is affected by existing deed restrictions. 10. Previous land use petitions on the subject property: To your knowledge, has a public hearing been held on this property within the last year? If so, what was the nature of that hearing? No I I. Additional Submittal requirements: In addition to this completed application, the following must be submitted in order for your application to be deemed sufficient, unless otherwise waived during the preapplication meeting. a. A copy of the pre-application meeting notes; b. Twenty (20) copies of a 24" x 36" conceptual site plan [and one reduced 8y," x 11" copy of site plan], drawn to a maximUlll scale of I inch equals 400 feet, depicting the following [Additional copies of the plan may be requested upon completion of staff evaluation for distribution to the Board and various advisOlY boards such as the Environmental Advisory Board (EAB), or cepC]; · all existing and proposed structures and the dimensions thereof, · provisions for existing and/or proposed ingress and egress (including pedestrian ingress and egress to the site and the structure(s) on site), · all existing and/or proposed parking and loading areas [include matrix indicating required and provided parking and loading, including required parking for the disabled], · locations of solid waste (refuse) containers and service function areas, · required yards, open space and preserve areas, Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 dl . ~ '1" ( II I . f" '1' . Paqe:l3of160 . propose ocatlOns lor utllties as we as ocatlOn 0 eXlstmg uti Ity services 10 the site), . proposed and/or existing landscaping and buffering as may be required by the County, . location of all signs and lighting including a narrative statement as to the type, character, and dimensions (such as height, area, etc.); c. An Environmental Impact Statemcnt (EIS), as required by Section 3,8. of the Land Development Code (LDC). d. Whether or not an ElS is required, two copies of a recent aerial photograph, (taken within the previous twelve months), minimum scale of one inch equals 400 feet, shall be submitted. Said aerial shall identifY plant and/or wildlife habitats and their boundaries. Such identification shall be consistent with Florida Department of Transportation Land Use Cover and Fonns Classification System. e. Statement of utility provisions (with all required attachments and sketches); f. A Traffic Impact Statement (TIS), unless waived at the pre-application meeting; g. A historical and archeological surveyor waiver application if property is located within an area of historical or archaeological probability (as identified at prc- application meeting); h. The petitioner must provide a leller of no objection from the United States Postal Service prior to submittal of the application. Please contact Robert M. Skebe, Growth Management Coordinator at: U.S. Postal Service 1200 Goodletle Road Naples, Florida 34102-9998 Phone (239) 435-2122; Fax (239) 435-2160 i. Any additional requiremcnts as may be applicable to specific conditional uses and identified during the pre-application mccting, including but not limited to any required state or federal pennits. BE ADVISED THAT SECTION 1 0.03.0S.B.3 OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE REQUIRES AN APPLICANT TO REMOVE THEIR PUBLIC HEARING SIGN (5) AFTER FINAL ACTION IS TAKEN BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. BASED ON THE BOARD'S FINAL ACTION ON THIS ITEM, PLEASE REMOVE All PUBLIC HEARING ADVERTISING SIGN(S) IMMEDIATELY, T I r--r--! .0 00 --1 ...;:... "- I ~~~ 2!E ",,,, 0- <(aT if) Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 35 of 160 RESOLUTION 07-_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL USE WHICH ALLOWS FOR EARTH MINING WIlli EXCAVATION OF FILL MATERIAL TO A MAXIMUN DEPTII OF 45 FEET, OR TO THE CONFINING LAYER, WHICHEVER IS LESS, AND BLASTING OF MATERIAL IN A RURAL AGRICULTURAL- MOBILE HOME OVERLAY (A-MHO). IN COMPUANCE WITH ALL BLASTING REQUIREMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE IV, SECTION 22 OF THE COLLIER COUNTY CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCE AND SECTION 10.02.03 OF THE COLLIER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AND FOR PROCESSING OF MATERIAL FOR PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF IMMOKALEE ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 2 MILES NORTH OF OIL WELL ROAD. THE SUBJECT PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN SECTIONS 35 & 36, TOWNSHIP 47 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST; AND ALL OF SECTION 1 AND 2. TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, LESS ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR COUNTY ROAD 846 (lMMOKALEE ROAD), COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA; AND REPEAllNG RESOLUTION NOS. 99-420 AND 06-157. WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida in Chapter 67-1246, Laws of Florida, and Chapter 125, Florida Statutes, has conferred on Collier County the power to establish, coordinate and enforce zoning and such business regulations as are necessary for the protection of the public; and WHEREAS, the County pursuant thereto has adopted a Land Development Code (Ordinance No. 2004-41) which includes a Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance establishing regulations for the zoning of particular geographic divisions of the County, among which is the granting of Conditional Uses; and WHEREAS, on November 9, 1999, by Resolution 99-420, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit E, the Board of Zoning Appeals of Collier County approved a Conditional Use providing for earth mining with respect to the same property which is the subject of this conditional use petition, which property is described in Exhibit B; and WHEREAS, on June 20, 2006, by Resolution 06-157, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit F, the Board of Zoning Appeals of Collier County approved a second Conditional Use concerning earth mining and blasting of material with respect to the same property which is the subject of this conditional use pctition~ and WHEREAS, the owner of the subject property, Mining Venture, LLC, has filed Petition No. CU-2004-AR-6904, seeking to extend the boundaries of the excavation; and WHEREAS, the parties wish that this Resolution supersede and replace Resolutions No. 99-420 and 06-157. so that this Resolution sets forth all conditions for the granting of the Conditional Use for the subject property; and WHEREAS, the Board of Zoning Appeals (Board), being the duly appointed and constituted planning board for the area hereby affected, has held a public hearing after notice as in said regulations made and provided, and has considered the advisability of allowing this requested expansion of the existing Conditional Use; and Page 1 of 2 . Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 36 of 160 WHEREAS, the Collier County Planning Commission has found as a matter of fact (Exhibit "An) that satisfactory provision and atrdI1gement have been made concerning all applicable matters required by said regulations and in accordance with Subsection lO.OS.OD.D. of the Land Development Code; and WHEREAS, all interested parties have been given opportunity to be heard by this Board in a public meeting assembled and the Board having considered all matters presented. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY The Board Of Zoning Appeals Of Collier County. Florida, that: (I) The petition filed by R. Bruce Anderson, Esq. of Roetzel & Andress, representing the owner of the property hereinafter described in Exhibit "B" attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein, be and the same is hereby approved, to the extent that the Board hereby grants a new Conditional Use for Rural Agricultural-Mobile Home Overlay (A-MHO) district for earth mining: excavation of fill material to a maximum depth of 45 feet, or to the confining soil layer, whichever is less, and blasting of material in compliance with all blasting requirements of Section 10.02.03 Collier County Land Development Code in accordance with the Conceptual Master Plan (Exhibit "e") and subject to the conditions set forth in Exhibit "D" which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein. (2) That this Resolution hereby supersedes and replaces Resolutions No. 99-420 and 06-157, which are hereby repealed and rescinded in their entirety and are accordingly no longer of any legal force or effect. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution be recorded in the minutes of this Board. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and super-majority vote, this _ day of ,2007. ATIEST: DWlGlIT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: , Deputy Clerk JAMES COLETTA, Chairman atzkow ssistant County Attorney Page 2 of2 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 37 of 160 FINDINGS OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found; 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorizes the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes V No_ B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe; Adequate ingress & egress Yes -/ No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: No affect or L Affect mitigated by Sh'f"c1evl,;.hS AIJ..c\ k,cl Cc l'c. _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes / No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: %. ':. . cO /\1 l it);I -t-: CHAIRMAN: r \; I(UL", Yd).,UL........ T Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 38 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan; Yes / No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fIre or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress Yes~ No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: VNo affect or _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes /" No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. ."... ~ DATE: lJ-y c> 7 MEMBER: Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 39 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. B. Consistency with the Land Drelopment Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes~ No_ Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience; traffic flow and control, and access in case of fIre or catastrophe: C. Adequate ingress & egresj! Yes_ No Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects. JNO affect or _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within diSf Yes_ No . Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: 101 ~ER ~} 1 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 40 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes V No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe; Adequate ingress & egress YesL No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No affect or ~ Affect mitigated by L.rlv'Vi ti\r-t'S (if-. f<:"J;'.C(V(CiCV _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes \/ No Based on the above findings, this conditional use shoul ,with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: MEMBER: Gl'li)c1 '3"-~l}f'S~L- Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page410f160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes /NO - - B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience; traffic flow and control, and access in case of flIe or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress / Yes / No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: .bo affect or _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district YeSLNO_ Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: g7 -;}-o /' ~) MEMBER'~ -- ..c::- ~,6 ~.r V' /',? c: ~cv~ Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 42 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of; A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan; Yes~ No_ B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress Yes -y:: No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No affect or X- Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes-X- No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: g-l-OI - MEMB~ - -?~ --l Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 43 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: Consistency with the Lan~ent Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes_ No_ A. B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience; traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: C. Adequate ingress & egress / Yes L No Affects neighboring properti/lation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: / ""__< _, No affect or _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within diS~ Yes_ No_ Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: ~ERM ~ Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 44 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine The following facts are fonnd: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes V No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience; traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress Yes 11 No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No affect or ~'Affect mitigated by > 1/,)/ nt 577 P U ~1i17(}/..J5 _ Affect cannot be mitigated . D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district , 11J,m ;;:T7Pttt-ftnO,us Yes V' No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: ~!d:(/ {)1 /1 '-'J! /J MEMBER: IC(1--nI1,f;_ 1'.-,4 (,i-'i.kv . . .' Agenda Item NO..7 . September 25. 2007 . Page 45 of 160 ." . . LEGAL DESCRIPTION ALL OF SECTIONS 35 AND 36 IN TOWNSHIP 47 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST AND ALL OF SECTIONS 1 AND 2 IN TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, LESS ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR COUNTY ROAD 846 (IMMOKALEE. ROAD), COLLlER COUNTY, FLORIDA. EXHIBIT "B" T ~biE -~= o (0 ~ '-" -~Q) -;~ Q) -o1"~5:.... Q) 0 <[ Cii (f) ~ Iii co::) 00 ...0 00 (ft~! I Of...... 11::00 <1:0- IN~ 'lilt ."_ Qt;Ut Q c>>"" N,_GI ~e1a 00..0 !i I i I IHI IIII t 111111111 II" 1111 4 I II:t q , n O"llflTIl. 061 1'1 \ ::: IlllJD I I 11 I d i ..; is 1II 1II 1II " 1II i I~~lii!l ~ I,' lliiii"i~ I 3a~qllQIIII II ~ Agenda Item No. 7 September 25. 2007 Page47 of 160 Collier County Conditions of Approval CU-04-AR-6904 Land Trust Earth Mine This approval is conditioned upon the following stipulations because of the close proximity to Golden Gate Estates in Collier County. 1. Add another condition of approval that states: The BZA may revoke the approval of this Conditional Use if the approved use or the manner in which the approved use is conducted, managed or operated impairs the character and integrity of the zoning district and surrounding area, or the applicant does not fully comply with or complete all conditions of approval or improvements indicated on the development plan and modification of the conditions or plan are found not to be in the public interest or are detrimental to the public health, safety, or general welfare. 2. Jones Mine shall assist in the formation of a committee comprised of surrounding neighbors that will work together to hire a qualified engineer who will investigate blasting complaints. The firm and/or candidate should be unbiased toward all parties. 3. This Conditional Use for blasting only will be reviewed by and brought back to the CCPC and BZA after one year from the time the excavation permit is issued. 4. The local damage contact will be Mr. Damon Jones at 239-304-1506 or . . . www.Jonesmmmg.com. 5. To reduce the impacts to the neighborhood, air blasts shall not exceed the maximum limit of ] ] O. 6. Ground vibration shall be allowed up to and not to exceed a .20 inches per second. 7. The maximum load per hole shall be limited to less than 100 pounds of explosives per blast. 8. The maximum of eighteen (18) blasts per month and the maximum number of holes per month shall not exceed 1,680. 9. A one dollar ($1.00) per heavy loaded truck exiting Jones Pit shall be paid semi- annually for ongoing maintenance of county roads impacted by the heavy vehicles. This surcharge will expire when the property is rezoned or the conditional use has terminated. 10. The applicant shall hire a consultant to establish an archaeological monitoring plan and make sure the employees of Jones Mine are aware of the monitoring plan. ] 1. Beginning on the first anniversary date of BZA approval and continuing each year thereafter, the owner shall provide a report to the Collier County Transportation Services Division which will include the condition of the roadway adjacent to the property entrance, accident reports, and average daily and peak hour vehicle trips entering and exiting the earth mine. ]2. The storm water run off quality should not be affected with the proposed excavation area expansion. Exhibit D y Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 48 of 160 13. The conditional use approval shall be reviewed one year from the date of approval and every two years subsequent to determine whether additional stipulations or mitigation are necessary to insure compatibility with other properties in the area and to assure public health, safety and welfare is adequately addressed. Development Services staff will use the following standards in their review and in the event of the inability of Development Services and applicant to agree upon additional stipulations or mitigation, the matter will be referred to the Board of Zoning Appeals using the Land Development Code procedural requirement for appeals. 14. A twenty (20) foot wide Type B buffer and fifteen (15) foot high berm shall be installed along the perimeter of the operation adjacent to residential structures immediately upon approval of this conditional use to insure the noise reduction is addressed. Mulch berms shall not be permitted as part of the buffers. 15. To lessen the potential for noise, dampening of the rock crushing equipment shall have attenuation properties/enclosures around the motors of the equipment. If attenuation enclosures are not able to be achieved for other large equipment then an earthen berm shall be installed around the pumps and equipment; up to the height of the equipment being shielded, (i.e. if the equipment is 10 feet high then a ] 0 foot high berm is required). The berm shall be installed within six (6) months of approval of this conditional use. 16. Blasting is allowed only within the "Permitted Lake Boundary" as shown on the Conditional Use Master Site Plan - Phase I and II. 17. Adequate utility, access roads, drainage, and other necessary facilities already provided shall continue to be maintained. 18. The mining operations shall be conducted in compliance with the laws of the State of Florida, Collier County Government and the Federal Government, especially as related to safety standards set forth in the Blasting Regulation of Collier County Ordinance No. 04-55, as amended 19. The hours of pit operation shall be limited to 7:00 AM. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday to prevent disturbance noise to the surrounding residential property owners. If the County receives any complaint regarding the noise from the rock crushing equipment then the hours of operation shall be limited to 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The hours of blasting shall be regulated by stipulation number 9. 20. The hours of blasting shall be limited to 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Blasting activities shall not exceed eight (8) times a month with a three (3) second maximum duration with a low volume and close pattern to minimize noise and vibration. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "f" of CU-99-l6 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU- 06-AR-9699). 21. The maximum allowable depth of the excavation shall be 45 feet or to the confining layer, whichever is shallower. 22. Excavation shall occur from the eastern boundary and work towards the western boundary of the property. Exhibit D Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 49 of 160 23. A southbound lane shall be installed to include a passing lane and the length shall be determined on an acceleration rate to 45 miles per hour (mph) or posted speed limit of a loaded dump truck exiting from the property on to Immokalee Road. The southbound lane shall be built to the standards of the Transportation Services Division and all costs of the construction of the southbound lane as well as the land for right-of-way shall be the applicant's responsibility. 24. The conditional use shall be limited to SOO maximum loaded trips per day until the southbound passing lane is constructed. Once the southbound lane has been installed, the limitation on SOO maximum loaded trips shall be lifted. 25. Upon completion of excavation activities, all buildings, equipment, buffers and berms shall be removed within six (6) months, unless such buildings and equipment will be used in the reclamation process. 26. During each blast a seismograph machine shall be placed in three locations; at the northern property border closes to Fawn Avenue and adjacent to the closes residential structure; at the southern property border adjacent to the closes residential structure between 16th Street N.E. and 20th Street N.E.; at the eastern property border between 52nd Avenue N.E. and 5Sm Avenue N.E. 27. A pre-blasting survey shall be taken for all affected property owners who expressed a concern at the Neighborhood lnfornlation Meeting, Collier County Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners as well as those who transmitted letters of dissent and existing structures along with future structures that meet the pre-blasting inspection criteria of Ordinance 04-55. One copy of the pre- existing survey will be given to the homeowner and another copy shall be filed with the Collier County Engineering Services Department Director. 28. An approved indigo snake plan is required to be implemented prior to beginning any construction including site clearing. The name and contact information of a qualified biologist who will monitor work shall be supplied to Environmental Services Department staff at the pre-construction meeting or prior to excavation permit approval. 29. Evidence of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) accepted mitigation for impacts to panthers, woodstorks, Florida black bear and other listed species will be required prior to excavation permit approval. 30. An updated listed species survey less than 6 months old is required for areas of expanded excavation prior to issuance of an excavation permit. As required by FWC Technical Assistance, follow up pedestrian surveys of each new mining block will be conducted between 60 and I SO days prior to commencement of any mining related activity through the life of the project. The applicant shall submit a copy of these surveys to Environmental Services Department staff. 31. Vegetated buffers shall be maintained around all wetlands. If any of these buffer areas do not include the minimum required vegetated width, a replanting plan will be required as part of the excavation permit. Exhibit D T Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 50 of 160 32. Any other additional or updated environmental permits or information as required in the LDC will be required prior to excavation permit approval. 33. For both phase I and II (existing excavation and expansion) the entire finished slope of mined areas will be at 8:1 slope with a minimum of 10 percent of the circumference planted with littoral plantings (ten percent vegetative planting) at least 24 feet wide. 34. All conditions of the original Conditional Use shall remain in effect. 35. The water table in adjacent on-site wetlands shall be monitored. Levels shall be recorded and reported to the Community Development and Environmental Services Division every March and September for 5 years. The results shall also be provided to the Environmental Advisory Committee. 36. Additional information provided by FWC staff regarding impacts of blasting on burrowing owl embryo formation shall be forwarded to the County. The information from the FWC shall be provided to the applicant upon receipt. 37. Expedited permitting shall be pursued to ensure that these conditions are met quickly and to shorten the length of time that mining will occur on this site. Exhibit D - . RESOLUTION 99-,g,O A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EARTHMlNING- EXCAVATION OF FILL MATERIAL CONDITIONAL USE "I" IN THE "A" RURAL AGRICULTURAL ZONING DISTRICT PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.2.2.3. OF THE COLLIER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE FOR PROPERTY LOCATED IN SECTIONS 35 AND 36, TOWNSHIP 47 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST AND SECTIONS I AND 2, TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA. WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida in Chapter 67-1246, Laws of Florida, and Chapter 125, Florida Statutes, has conferred on Collier County the power to establish, coordinate and enforce zoning and sllch business regulations as are necessary for the protection of the public; and WHEREAS, the County pursuant thereto has adopted a Land Development Cede (Ordinance No. 91-) 02) which includes a Comprehensive Zoning Onlinance establishing regulations for the zoning of particular geographic divisions of the County, among which is the granting of Conditional Uses; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Planning Commission, being the duly appointed and constituted planning board for the area hereby affected, has held a public hcarin.g after notice as in said regulations made and provided, and has considered the advisability of Conditional Use "I" of Section 2.2.2.3. of the "A" Rural Agricultural Zoning District for earthmining on the property hereinafter described, and has found as a matter offact (Exhibit "A") that satisfactory provision and arrangement have been made concerning all applicable matters required by said regulations and in acconlance with Subsection 2.7.4.4 of the Land Development Code for the Collier County Planning Commissinn; and WHEREAS, all interested parties have been given opportunity to be heard by this Board in a public meeting assembled and the Board having considered all matters presented. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS of Collier County, Florida that: The petition filed by R. Bruce Anderson, Esquire of Young, Van Assenderp, Vamadoe and Anderson, P.A., representing the SR-846 Land Trust, with respect to the property hereinafter descnbed as: .;,;0;::. E~"~" which is attached hereto and incorporared byreference herein -1- -.------.- . Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 51 of 160 -- ---~ " be and the same is hereby approved for Conditional Use "\" of Section 2.2.2.3. of the "A" Rural Agricultural Zoning District for earthmining in accordance with the Conceptual Master Plan (Exhibit "C") and subject to the following conditions: Exhibit "D" which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference h=in. BE IT FURTIfER RESOLVED that this Resolution be recorded in the minutes of this Board. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and majority vote. Done this cst T!l- day of N",,,-,,,""'Il-. \999. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA 'ATTEST::',,"\ DWIGW: F;:BROCK, Clerk .. .:".:;:' ~-:.:::.; 1 ~1".Q;~:'~'~.l~~\.., ,Jl.t! ' .";,,,:,,. . Attest IS to Ch.I......' Approved as.to Form and,lgnature onl,. Legal SufficIency: 1'r1i;;tA.iL?fI. ftiull?td: MaIjo' M. Student Assistant County Attorney gladminlpcritionlCU.99-161 RESOLUTION .,...;;,. " -2- Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 52 of 160 '".:'~~n~ Item 'In k" r' ~," . . Pa -, v, L..vV ge h'Hi':i I I I I ~ I I 1<8 I I I I III . IIII11I11 I m Ii iiiiiiii= I m:~a I . J ~. ! ! I I. !~.iii! IPln11 m;~ ; !~~:~~ ; _.~- . -.: 5! . ij .......- . --\ Ilillti. /.1 --1 UI!I '-'J Ci!i~' ~'''lill · - . ~ I I ~Z .1. -< , ~~I'I <WI ~\ij II W HI , II III C!l I- ~ ~ ::E a: j!: I- ~ ~ III ~ ... III III I d:: a: (/) III Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 54 of 160 RESOLUTION NO. 06-157 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS PROVIDING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CONDITIONAL USE FOR EARTH MINING WITH EXCAVATION OF FILL MATERIAL TO A MAXIMUM DEPTH OF 60 FEET, OR TO THE CONFINING SOIL LAYER, WHICHEVER IS LESS. AND BLASTING OF MATERIAL IN AN AGRICULTURE (A) ZONING DISTRICT IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL BLASTING REQUIREMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE IV, SECTION 22 OF THE COLLIER COUNTY CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES AND SECTION 10.02.03 OF THE COLLIER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE FOR PROPERTY LOCATED IN SECTIONS 35 AND 36, TOWNSHIP 47 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST. COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA. WHEREAS, the legislature of the State of Florida in Chapter 67-]246, Laws of Florida, and Chapter 125, Aorida Statutes, has conferred on Collier County the power to establish, coordinate and enforce zoning and such business regulations as arc necessary for the protection of the public; and WHEREAS, the County pursuant thereto has adopted a Land Development Code (Ordinance No. 2004-41, as amended) which includes a Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance establishing regulations for the zoning of particular geographic divisions of the County, among which is the granting of Conditional Uses; and WHEREAS, On November 9, 1999, the Board of Zoning Appeals approved Resolution No. 99-42.0 for a conditional use for earth mining activities over the same property which is the subject of the instant conditional use petition; and WHEREAS, the Board of Zoning Appeals, being the duly appointed and constituted planning board for the area hereby affected, has held a public hearing after notice as in said regulations made and provided, and has considered the advisability of a conditional use for earth mining, with excavation of fill material to a maximum depth of 60 feet, or to the confining soil layer, whichever is less, and blasting of material in an Agriculture (A) Zoning District pursuant to Section 10.02.03 of the Collier County Land Development Code on the property hereafter described, and the Collier County Planning Commission has found as a matter of fact (Exhibit "A") that satisfactory provision and arrangement have been made concerning all applicable matters required by said regulations and in accordance with Subsection lO.08.00.D. of the Land Development Code; and WHEREAS, all interest parties have been given opportunity to be heard by this Board in a public meeting assembled and the Board having considered all matters present. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA. that: The petition filed by R. Bruce Anderson. Esq., of Roetzel & Andress, representing Mining Venture, LLC, and with respect to the property described in Exhibit "B," attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein, be and the same is hereby approved for a conditional use for earth mining, with excavation of fill material to a maximum depth of 60 feet, or to the confining soil layer, whichever is less, and blasting of material in an Agriculture (A) Zoning District Page I of2 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 55 of 160 pursuant to Section 10.02.03 of the Collier County Land Development Code in accordance with the Conceptual Master Plan (Exhibit "e"), and subject to the conditions set forth in Exhibit "D," which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be recorded in the minutes of this Board. This Resolution adopted after motion. second, and super-majority vote. Done this S;,. ~ day of gD , 2006. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS OF COI1..IER COUNTY. FLORIDA ~~rdkt AUnt.. to Ol.t~~uty Clerk I1Qn.1turt on1- Approved as to form 'and legal sufficiency' By: ~.>2x? -r ......... FRANK HALAS, Chairman ~,;~ ~t-~ . k->-. Jeffrey Klatzkow , l5' Assistant County Attorney Page 2 of 2 T Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 56 of 160 ,,~} ';j i'".. FINDINGS OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorizes the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes /' No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress Yes -.L No_ C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No affect or ~ Affect mitigated by <text> 13 tZ c """ 'r 5 v~. v 5 Affect cannot be mitigated \""\<>"-', UD < F-'..AcJt>- L +- - ,,~s:-hv..-v\<M'V'-> D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes / No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: (; - f - 0(, CHA1RMAN~I~ ~JL Exhibit A Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, Zo077 B Page 57 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found; 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes V No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress Yes 1 No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: v' No affect or _ Affect mitigated by <text> _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes /' No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: ,-( - ~ ( MEMBER: ~ ~?f-II ~ Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 58 of 160 tl 7-} FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found; 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Lanrevelopment Code and Growth Management Plan: 'v Yes No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: c. Adequate ingress & egr~s/ Yes\/ No Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor ~f/ts: Y No affect or _ Affect mitigated by <text> _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within di7 Yes No DATE: ~fd0 I I MEMBER: \!:>oo .",C~\5ftf\..-- Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with tipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 7 B Page 59 of 160 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of; A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes ~ No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress Yes ..---- No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects; _ No affect or ~Affect mitigated by <text> _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district; Compatible use within district ~' Yes No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: t J I I () l. , . MEMBF~~ , Agenda Item NO.7 September 25..200b Page 60,j,f 16{ B FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes / No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular refercnce to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe; Adequate ingress & egress C. - "'Jrm IfM/17dNft.L- "'.3tJuT1t6dPlIJ1> Yes ~ No meN utPJ& Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No affect or V'Affect mitigated by </1;{fftl1;S .. ~I /J~ _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes / No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE: f.J/ J I Dr-, I I MEMBER: Uo-nrl&-, ~ C~ Agenda Item No" 7 September 25, 2007 ' .0 Page 61 of 160 -] FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because 0 f: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes" No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe; Adequate ingress & egress Yes v No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects; _ No affect or _ Affect mitigated by <text>jE'<II').; _ Affect cannot be mitigated r f,'I!M...JJ 4...... D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district; Compatible use within district Yes~ No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, wi~ stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. \ \ I I ) 'I DATE: (Ji II~L MEMBER: IiI{,,,!i,) ~WtVj" , ! . Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 200? B Page 62 of 16'., FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found: 1. Section lO.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land DeJlopment Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes / No ~ ~ B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: C. Adequate ingress & egres~ Yes No Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: ~ffect or ~ Affect mitigated by <tex!> ~ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district Yes ~o Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (co (should not) be recommended for approval. ached) DATE: ~~/ tJC MEMBER: fi6eyK/ t//t6:-1'~<??J./ Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 " ; I Page 63 of 160 1J FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2006-AR-9699 The following facts are found: 1. Section 10.08 of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes 1\- No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Adequate ingress & egress YesL No C. Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No affect or L Affect mitigated by <text> _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district; Compatible use within district Yes X No Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) (should not) be recommended for approval. DATE; r$ ~/2-oL MEMBEC ~ --z "- LEGAL DESCRIPTION Agenda Item NO"(? 7 September 25, 2007 B Page 64 of 16 ALL OF SECTIONS 35 AND 36 IN TOWNSHIP 47 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST AND ALL OF SECTIONS 1 AND 2 IN TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, LESS ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR COUNTY ROAD 846 (IMMOKALEE ROAD), COLLIER COUNTY, FLORI DA. EXHIBIT "B" I"'l '" =- ~ - i"l ,5- '. Agenda Item No 7 September 25. 2007 Page 65 of 1 ~I ~:;-:.'" .:) ".\ ., II I' I " ,: !i I ." I' pi; .I ,I " - ' 1 " 'ji ;;!'+ " ,..~ _0. ,,:';.,..; ~:::""~ ~<,,: :1 I~ I I" ' !II:I .' 11,1 ... ')t ~ I I" H ';-' l~;;<. . J .,,;:" ..-:~i,... .'11 I ~ ~.,.",,-;,<, . " II, ! ill ~l;~.i' .:" ! ' .....:-._.i. .- --~~-- ---...,' .""-', '.; "~ I': '~.{f~1::-) . 1. ~11 ~.r ~~J:6'l---'-:Y, ~;; ~'J~'~~'-'" . ill~ ~)f' ~'.;-~' . -"VA.S I~~I~ fi-ll ~;~,.. ~~1 ~ ~ I Ii .~ f--f I I I I I . 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The conditional use approval shall be reviewed one year from the date of approval and every two years subsequent to determine whether additional stipulations or mitigation are necessary to insure compatibility with other properties in the area and to assure public health, safety and welfare is adequately addressed. Development Services staff will use the following standards in their review and in the event of the inability of Development Services and applicant to agree upon additional stipulations or mitigation, the matter will be referred to the Board of Zoning Appeals using the Land Development Code procedural requirement for appeals. The standards for review are declared in the stipulations of Conditions of Approval for CU-99-16. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "b" of CU- 99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). 2. A twenty (20) foot wide Type B buffer and fifteen (15) foot high berm shall be installed along the perimeter of the operation adjacent to residential structures immediately upon approval of this conditional use to insure the noise reduction is addressed. Mulch berms shall not be permitted as part of the buffers. 3. To lessen the potential for noise, dampening of the rock crushing equipment shall have attenuation properties/enclosures around the motors of the equipment. If attenuation enclosures are not able to be achieved for other large equipment then an earthen berm shall be installed around the pumps and equipment; up to the height of the equipment being shielded, (i.e. if the equipment is 10 feet high then a 10 foot high berm is required). The berm shall be installed within six (6) months of approval of this conditional use. 4. Blasting is allowed only within the "Permitted Lake Boundary" as shown on the Conditional Use Master Site Plan - Phase I. 5. The proposed use shall not adversely increase the quantity of water run-off. 6. Adequate utility, access roads, drainage, and other necessary facilities already provided shall continue to be maintained. 7. The mining operations shall be conducted in compliance with the laws of the State of Florida, Collier County Government and the Federal Government, especially as related to safety standards set forth in the Blasting Regulation of Collier County Ordinance No. 04-55. 8. The hours of pit operation shall be limited to 7:00 A.M. to 6;00 P.M. Monday through Saturday to prevent disturbance noise to the surrounding residential property owners. If the County receives any complaint regarding the noise from the Exhibit D '. r~ Agenda Item NO.7 /. September 25, 2007 t1 ,', Page 67 of 160 '.." rock crushing equipment then the hours of operation shall be limited to 7;00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The hours of blasting shall be regulated by stipulation number 9. 9. The hours of blasting shall be limited to 9;00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Blasting activities shall not exceed eight (8) times a month with a three (3) second maximum duration with a low volume and close pattern to minimize noise and vibration. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "f' of CU-99-l6 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU- 06-AR-9699). 10. The maximum allowable depth of the excavation shall be 45 feet or to the confining layer, whichever is shallower. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "g" of CU-99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). 1 ]. Excavation shall occur from the eastern boundary and work towards the western boundary ofthe property. 12. A southbound lane shall be installed to include a passing lane and the length shall be determined on an acceleration rate to 45 miles per hour (mph) or posted speed limit of a loaded dump truck exiting from the property on to Immokalee Road. The southbound lane shall be built to the standards of the Transportation Services Division and all costs of the construction of the southbound lane as well as the land for right-of-way shall be the applicant's responsibility. 13. The conditional use shall be limited to 800 maximum loaded trips per day until the southbound passing lane is constructed. Once the southbound lane has been installed, the limitation on 800 maximum loaded trips shall be lifted. 14. Upon completion of excavation activities, all buildings, equipment, buffers and berms shall be removed within six (6) months, unless such buildings and equipment will be used in the reclamation process. 15. During each blast a seismograph machine shall be placed in three locations; at the northern property border closes to Fawn Avenue and adjacent to the closes residential structure; at the southern property border adjacent to the closes . residential structure between 16th Street N .E. and 20th Street N .E.; at the eastern property border between 52nd Avenue N.E. and 58th Avenue N.E. 16. A pre-blasting survey shall be taken for all affected property owners who expressed a concern at the Neighborhood Information Meeting, Collier County Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners as well as those who transmitted letters of dissent and existing structures along with future structures that meet the pre-blasting inspection criteria of Ordinance 04-55. One copy of the pre- existing survey will be given to the homeowner and another copy shall be filed with the Collier County Engineering Services Department Director. Exhibit D Agenda Ilem NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 68 of 160 17. Expedited permitting shall be pursued to ensure that these conditions are met quickly and to shorten the length of time that mining will occur on this site. Exhibit D ..( ,. i .~ 1-.-' r) ~ , . ,~.genda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 69 of 160 CONomONS OF APPROVAL CU.99-18 This approval is conditioned upon the following stipulations requested by the Collier County Planning Commission in their public hearing on September 16,1999. Planning Services: a. The Current Planning Manager, may approve minor changes in the location, siting, or height of buildings, structures, and improvements authorized by the conditional use. Expansion of the uses identified and approved within this conditional use application, or major changes to the site plan submitted as part of this application, shall require the submittal of a new conditional use application, and shall comply with all appUcable County ordinances in effect at the time of submittal, including Division 3.3, Site Development Plan Review and approval, of the Collier County Land Development Code, Ordinance (91-102). b. The conditional use approval shall be reviewed at the end of five years to determine whether additional stipulations or mitigation are necessary to insure compatibility with other properties in the area and to assure public health, safety and welfare is adequately addressed. Development Services staff will use the following standards in their review and, in the event of the inability of Development Services and applicant to agree upon additional stipulations or mitigation, the matter will be referred to the Board of Zoning Appeals using the Land development Code procedural requirement for appeals. The standards for review are: 'to I. At least six months prior to the fifth anniversary of the Board of Zoning appeals approvals, applicant shall submit a noise study acceptable to Development Services staff to determine whether additional berming, landscape or buffers are necessary to insure compatibility with adjacent residential structures. At least six months prior to the fifth anniversary of this approval, applicant will submit to Development, services a Trafllc Study conducted in a manner approved by County Transportation Department that assesses the level of service on County Road 846, the project's impact on county Road 846, and any mitigation needed to address this projec;:r.s..impacts on automotive and pedestrian safety along th. affected section of the CR. 846. Additional mitigative measures that may be required include: II. (1) Project contribution (on a proportional share basis) to add signalization or turn lanes for other public: roads within this project's Radius of Influence. -1- T Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 70 of 160 (2) Limitation of haul trips from the project to a maximum of 175 per 24-hour period. (3) Mitigation of abnormal wear or tear caused by this project's use of County Road 846 that are not addressed by payment of impact fees, c. Traffic counts, conducted on a quarterly basis, will be provided to Collier County Transportation Services in a quarterly report. The traffic counts will be taken at the project entrance, by direction (inbound and outbound), and will be conducted by frfteen-minute increments for 48 consecutive hours. Traffic counts and the quarterly report will be provided for five years. The need for quarterly reports and counts will be re-evaluated coincident with the conditional use review specified in condition (b) above, d_ The applicant shall be responsible for the costs of engineering analysis for a traffic signal warrant study and for the total costs of any signal. The County shall be the sole determiner of whether or when a study and/or signal is needed. Further, the applicant agrees to the following additional conditions: (1) A northbound right-turn lane and a southbound left-turn tane will be provided at the entrance with Immokalee Roact. These turn lanes will be site-related improvements. The turn lanes will be designed reflective of Imrnokalee Road as a rural arterial with 55 mph design speed_ WhOe the minlrnum storage length design will be based on a rural roadway and 55 rnph design speed, site condition may warrant longer turn lane. 'to (2) Advance warning signs will be provided on Immokalee Road, north and south of the project entrance. A total of four advanced warning signs, with flashers, will be provided. The hours that each sign shali flash will be determined by the applicant in consultation with CoUIer County Transportation Services. Warning signs will be placed approximately 700 feet before the entrance both on northbound and southbound directions. These signs shall read Caution Trucks Entering Highway or some other warning agreed to by Transportation Services_ Additional warning signs will be placed approximately 200 feet befQlJl,.ttle entrance in both northbound and southbound directior18. 'ifie signs shall read Mine Entrance Ahead or some other warning agreed to by Transportation Services. All signs (type, size, location, etct) shall be consistent with the Manual On Uniform Traffic ContrCI Devices. (3) A flashing traffic signal will be provided at the intersection of the project entrance and Immokalee Road. Irnmokalee Road -2- e. f. g. h. i. j. k. .m. ,- , Agenda Item NO.7 September 25.2007 Page 71 of 160 will have the flashing yellow indication and the project entrance the flashing red. (4) Coincident with the installation of the flashing yellow traffic signal, the intersection will be illuminated with a streetlight. Hours of operation shall be 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Saturday; no excavation or hauling operation shall be allowed on Sundays. No blasting will be permitted. The excavation shall be limited to a lowest possible bottom elevation of 25 feet below existing grade unless a permit modification is applied for through EAC and the BCC and shall be no shallower than 10 feet below existing grade. The excavation shall be limited to a bottom elevation of -1.0 NGVD. The petitioner must apply for a Vegetation Removal Permit. Environmental staff shall perform a site visit to determine the need for a vegetation Removal Permit and to check for any listed species. No work shall be done prior to that site visit. A lake littoral zone equivalent to 10 percent of the lake perimeter will be planted prior to final acceptance. A 20-foot maintenance easement dedicated to Collier County shall be provided around the perimeter of the lake. I. Off-site removal of material shall be subject to .standard conditions" imposed by the Transportation Services Division in the attached document dated May 24, 1988, as amended in January 13,1998. Provide all necessary wetland permits prior to obtaining the vegetation removal permit. Prior to obtaining the vegetation removal permit that is required in conjunction with the excavation permit, the petitioner shall provide letters from US Fish and Wildlife Services and the Rorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission resoMng all wildlife issues on the site, I.e.. burrowing owls, Florida panther, Floridabla<:k bear, wood stork, etc. ",,"-: EXHIBIT "0" -3- 1 . , - Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 72 of 160 COLLmR COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES "STANDARD CONDmONS" EXCAVATION PERMIT APPLICATIONS INVOLVING OFF-SITE REMOVAL OF MATERIAL The intent of these "Standard Conditions" are to provide excavation permit applicants a swnmary of conditions which may affect their projects and which should be taken into consideration during all stages of project development: I. Haul routes between an excavation site and an arterial road shall be private with property owner(s) approval or be a public collector road built to standards applicable to handle the resulting truck traffic. Where residential areas front collector roads, appropriate turn lanes, buffer and bikepath shall be required as minimal site improvements and if recommended for approval, shall be so with the condition that the Transportation Services Administration reserves the right to suspend or prohibit off-site removal of excavated material should such removal create a hazardous road condition or substantially deteriorate a road condition; such action by the Transportation Services Administration shall be subject to appeal before the Board of County Commissioners. 2. Haul routes utilizing public roads shall be subject to road maintenance and road r=pair or an appropriate fair share by the permittee in accordance with Excavation Ordinance No. 91-102 as amended Div. 3.5 and Right-of-Way Ordinance No. 93-64. . 3. Off-site removal of excavated material shall be subject to Ordinance No. 92-22 (Road Impact Ordinance). A traffic and road impact analysis shall be made by the County to determine the effects that off-site removal of excavated material will have on the road system within the excavation project's zone of influence. If appropriate, road impact fees in accordance with Ordinance No. 92-22 shall be paid prior to the issuance of an excavation permit. " 4. The Transportation Services Administration reserves the right to establish cme:rge:acy weight limi~ on public roadways affected by the off-site removal of excavated material; the proce'dure for establishment of weight limits shall be the presentation of an applicable resolution before the Board of County Commissioners. Should weight limits be instituted, the permittee shall be responsible to implement measures to assure that all heavy truck loadings leaving the permit's property conform to the applicable weight restriction. . ;'~.~.",,' 5: - :""''': The ~ation Performance Guarantee shall apply to excavation operations and also the maintenan~mpair of public roads in accordance with current ordinances and applicable permit stipulations. Page One of Two ..~ \ . . ' .' . . Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 73 of 160 6. Based on soil boring information per Ordinance No. 91-102 as amended, a blasting permit may be appropriate. Should a blasting permit application be submitted and should residential areas exist within one mile of the excavation site, the County reserves the right to deny a blasting permit based on concerns for off-site impacts from blasting at an excavation site. Should a blasting permit be considered and approved, the minimum conditions of approval in addition to conditions per Ordinance No. 91-102 as amended are as foUows: A. Structure inventory/monitoring and applicable property owner release as required by the Development Services Director. B. Security bond applicable to private property damage acceptable to the County. C. Control of size/depth/number of charges per blast by the Development Services Director. D. The right of the County to suspend and/or revoke blasting permit authority should it be determined that blasting activities are creating unacceptable off-site conditions either in terms of private property damage and/or related physical effectS of blasting operations. 7. No excavation permit shall be issued Until receipt of a release from the TransportatiOl Services Arlmini"tration applicable to proper mitigation of off-site impacts, meeting of applicable provisions of Ordinance No. 93-64, Orrlin""...e No. 92-22, lIJId Ordinance No. 91-102 as amended, Reference to letter of 5124/88 Revised 1113{98 I . ,.. ,; .- .~:>" :;...~ Page Two of Two T Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 74 of 160 SR-846 land Trust Earth Mine 5-Year Traffic Report Prepared by Wilson Miller, Inc. May 25, 2004 BACKGROUND Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 75 of 160 On November 9, 1999, the Collier County Board of Zoning Appeals adopted Resolution 99-420 approving Conditional Use petition CU-99-16 for an earth mining-excavation offill material operation in the "A" Rural Agricultural zoning district. The subject site encompasses all of Sections 35 and 36 in Township 47 South, range 27 East and all of Sections 1 and 2 in Township 48 South, Range 27 East, less road right-of-way for Immokalee road. The site is located along the east side of Immokalee road, approximately 2.3 miles north of CR-858 (Oil Well Road). Required turn lanes have been constructed on Immokalee road at that the site entrance. As a condition of approval, at the end of five years, the petitioner is required to submit a traffic study prepared at the direction of the County Transportation Department to assess the level of service of Immokalee Road, the project's impact on CR-846, and any mitigation needed to address the project's impact on automotive and pedestrian safety along the affected section of CR-846. The analysis is for administrative action and does not require Board of Zoning Appeals review. The petitioner's representative met with County Transportation Staff on Friday, September 26, 2003 to discuss the parameters of the study. According to Staff, a review of available traffic data provided by the petitioner on a quarterly basis since operations began in 2002 indicates that Immokalee Road is operating at an acceptable level of service both north and south of the project entrance. A summary of the historical data previously provided to the County on a quarterly basis is included. , 1 Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 76 of 160 The operational integrity of CR-846 is confirmed by the most recently adopted Annual Update and Inventory Report (AUIR) prepared and adopted by Collier County that indicates that the segment of CR-846 adjacent to the site is operating at LOS "A" with a volume to adopted LOS standard (V/Std) ratio of .224, I.e., only 22.4% of the roadway's adopted service volume (capacity) is currently being utilized. The County Staff further indicated that upon review of the data provided, they have determined that the limited amount of project traffic is not likely to adversely impact the operational efficiency of the signalized intersections along CR-846 south of the site. The Staff has indicated that the required quarterly data collection activities shall remain a condition of operations until a follow-up review at the end of the fifth year of the operations. (Note: This report is required to be prepared within five years of approval of the original petition as opposed to the five years of the mining operation) Data collected on the traffic entering and exiting the site over the past three years indicates a growth in activity that reached a peak in 2003, with activities remaining steady (nominal growth) since then (see attached). According to the mine operator, under current permit limits, activity is expected to remain at existing levels, 600-800 loads per day, for the next two years followed by a gradual decline in daily activity. No significant crash history has been identified as a result of the mining operation. A Staff search of crash data for the past three years indicates only one crash in 2001 (car vs. animal), no crashes in 2002, and a single 2-car crash in 2003. CONCLUSION The analysis of the traffic data indicates that there is no adverse level of service impacts to CR- 846, and no impacts to automobile or pedestrian safety resulting for the mining operation have been identified. Operational impacts at the entrance road intersection on CR-846 have been mitigated through the construction of appropriate turn lanes. There are no adverse automobile or pedestrian safety impacts resulting from the mining operation. 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"r" T""" -C- ~ "" T"'" ":""" If) CIJ CIJ CIJ CIJ If) <J) "E 'E 'E 'E 'E "E "0 ~ ell ell ell C1l C1l ro C1l .J:: .J:: .<:: .<:: .<:: ..c .<:: <) <) <) () () () () i:i 0:: 0:: 0:: 0:: C2 0:: c: c: c: c: c: c c: ell C1l C1l ell C1l ro ell E E E E E E E ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ell C1l C1l C1l ro ro ell () () 0 0 0 () 0 \:; I'- I'- I'- I'- r-- I'- 0 0 CO CO 0 CO CO CO <:) 0 0 N ~ N CO 0 N N - - ~ ~ - - 0 N OJ I'- to <'> 0> - ~ ~ N t:: - ..- C'l - r-- - <D CD (0 I'- {()t--romD~N NNNN<'>C0<'> I I I I T '",..., , , r ,( Ii Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 80 of 160 TOM GALLAGHER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER STA1E FIRE MARSHAL S1ATE OF FLORIDA December 27, 2006 Mr. Thomas E. Kllck, PE Engineering Services Director/County Engineer Collier County Govemmeat Community Development and Environmental Services Division 2800 North Horseshoe Dnt\le Naples, FL 34104 Dear Mr. Kuck: Thank YOIl for your inquiry concerning the monitoring of blasting activities at commercial mines. Section 552.30(1), Florida Statutes, provides that the State Fire Marshal shall have the sole and exclusive authority to promulgate standards, limits, and regulations regarding the use of explosives in conjunction with construction materials mining activities. Such authority to regulate use shaU include, directly or indirectly, the operation, handling, licenslu'e, or pelmitting of explosives and setting standards or limits, including, but uot limited to, gwund vibration, frequeucy, intensity, blast pattern, air blast and time, date, occurrence, and notice restrictions. Section 552,30(2), Florida Statutes, states that the State Fire Marshal may by rule or formal agreement delegate to a county or mnnicipality the monitoring and enforcement components of regulations governing the use of explosives by constmction materials mining activities, A C01l11ty can charge a fee pursuant to Section 522.30, Florida Statutes, only if a county has been delegated enforcement authority by written agre.emel1t with the Departm'ent. A review of the records in the Division reflect that no written agreement has beeu established between the State Fire Marshal and Collier COlUlty, therefore no delegation has been made to allow Collier County to engage in the monitoring and enforcement components of the regulation of the use of explosives by construction mining activities. Therefore, it would appear that Collier Coul1tylmay not engage in the regulation of any of the activities covered under Section 552.30, Florida Statutes, ~ Any explosive use occun'ing within your county by persou or company not primarily engaged in the commercial mining of limestone ffild sand suitable for production of construction aggrogates, sand, cement, alld road base materials reinains subject to the provisions of Section 552.25, Florida Statutes. RANDALL W. NAPOLI. DIRECTOR DIVISION OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL 200EASTGA1NESSTREEr. TAUAHASSEl::,FLORIDA32399.0341). TELB50.413.3S01 . FAX BliG-922-1235. SC293-3601 EMAll .RANDALLNAPOU@FLOFS.COM ,lFFIRMATIV6ACTION . elJUAL OPPORTWllrY~IfIPLqYER / Report of Drilling SeMces and SoillRock Evaluation PROPOSED LAKE EXCAVATION Collier County, Florida - Prepared For- MINING VENTURE, LLC - Prepared By- MACTEC ENGINEERING AND CONSULTING, 1Ne. Naples, Florida MACTEC Project 6787-04-2135 December 22, 2004 11 MACTEC , ~Tem:)!&.:):-~I SeptenabooiZ$:..2007 Page 81 of 160 i' I 1 j II MACTEC Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 82 of 160 , I I; December 22, 2004 rl Mr. Don Barber, Manager MINING VENTURE, LLC 3606 Enterprise Avenue Naples, Florida 34104 (239) 643-3343 (239) 643-4548 (FAX) f' I .[ , f; Subject: Report of Drilling Sernces and SoillRock Evaluation PROPOSED LAKE EXCA V ATlON SR-846 Collier County, Florida MACTEC Project 6787-04-2135 r' I t: f' , I, Dear Mr. Barber: L MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc., (MACTEC) is pleased to submit this report of our drilling services and rock evaluation, This exploration was completed in general accordance with MACTEC's Proposal MIAM-04-686 dated October] I, 2004, and authorized by your signature on October 22, 2004. This report presents a review of the project information provided to us, a discussion of the site and subsurface geotechnical conditions and our evaluation results. The Appendix contains a Boring Location Plan and results of our field and laboratory tests. J' r' l: l: [' , .i The assessment of site environmental conditions for the presence of pollutants in the soil, rock, or ground water at the site was not a part of the proposed scope of this exploration. Project Information f] The following project information is based on our experience with this site and discussions with you. We have previously completed a Report of Drilling Services and Soil Evaluation (LAW Project 40320-8-0983) dated February 18, 1999 and a Report of Drilling Services and Rock Evaluation (MACTEC project 6787-04-20]9) dated April 12, 2004 at the eastern portion of this site (the current lake). We understand this portion of the project consists of deepening the currently-approved 553- acre lake on the project site and constructing a 528-acre lake expansion to the west and north of the ,current lake. Sand is currently being mined from the surface of the current lake. You requested we conduct additional exploratory borings to evaluate the suhsurface conditions at the current lake and in r r l i u u I' L~ MACTEC Engineering and Consutting. Inc. 3627 Progress Avenue. Naples. FL 34104-3645 239.643-4747' Fax: 239.643-4750 r: Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Eva/uation MACTEC Project 6787-04.2135 Agenda Item No, 7 Dec~~p~~,2007 Page 83 of 160 r; the expansion lake. We conducted limited laboratory testing of materials obtained from the borings to help evaluate potential uses of the soil and rock. [ ; WilsonMiller provided a drawing showing the proposed soil boring locations in the expansion lake. We selected additional locations for borings in the cUlTent lake. I: Site and SulJsnrface Conditions L We conducted site reconnaissance on several dates in October and November, 2004 to observe and document surface conditions at the site. Information gathered was used to help us interpret the subsurface geotechnical data, and to detect conditions which could affect our evaluations. The site is located east of State Road 846 and encompasses 4 square miles. The first lake is being mined, with some areas still grass.covered. Most of the site of the expansion lake is currently a sod farm; some areas were fallow and covered with scrub grass and weeds. The terrain is generally level with some small swales and moUnds. r ~ I i. r' ! , l: L The subsurface geotechnical conditions were explored with a total of 38 Standard Penetration Test Borings (ASTM D 1586-99) advanced to depths of 60 feet below existing grade. In addition, rock cores were obtained at two boring locations and two temporary wells were installed in order to make hydraulic conductivity estimates. [ : [i The approximate boring locations were obtained using GPS coordinates or pacing distances from landmarks at the site, These locations are shown on the Boring Location Plan in the Appendix. If more precise locations are required, we rccommend a registered land surveyor be retained to locate the borings. [J u u The subsurface geotechnical conditions encountered at the boring locations are shown on the Test Boring Records in the Appendix. These Test Boring Records represent our interpretation of the subsurface geotechnical conditions based on the field logs and a visual examination of the field samples by an engineer in the laboratory. The lines designating the interface between various strata represent the approximate interface location. The transition between strata may be gradual. Water levels shown on the Test Boring Records represent the conditions only at the time of our exploration. The general overall stratigraphy for the lakes is summarized in tbe table below. u r: L~ [! , ' I i, 2 T r' I i Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Evaluation MACTEC Projec/678741-2135 Agenda Item No, 7 Dec~jJ~, 2007 Page 84 of 160 ; i i i f1 i I 0 Loose to dense brown or gray fine SAND (SP); 8-12 limerock fill at surface in some borings; 0-33 occasional trace amounts of roots. 8-12 47 - 52 Weathered to hard LIMESTONE; interbedded 4 - 50iO" layers; rate of drilling varies. 47 - 52 60 Very loose and soft greenish gray clayey WOR'-16 (Borings terminated) SAND and sandy CLAY (SCtCL)' r' II i' I, 1. WOR ~ Weight of drilling rods, 2. This layer was not present in borings B-2-22, B-2-27, B-1-38, B-I-40. {' i Rock cores were obtained at depths of29 to 44 feet in boring B-2.12 and at depths of 10 to 20 and 30 to 40 feet in boring B-2-22. Core recoveries ranged from 57 to 100 percent. The rock quality designation (RQD) in the cores ranged from 0 to 92 percent (indicating very poor to good quality), with an average RQD of about 47 percent (poor quality). L r ~ --'-... [ ~ The rock cores indicate there is significant variability in rock quality. In addition, we note there may be significant localized variations in the depth to rock. Rock was encountered at a depth of 12 feet in boring B-2-12, whereas the corehole (also used as a temporal)' well) located very near boring B-2- 12 did not encoWlter rock until a depth of about 29 feet. We also note that the borings are widely spaced. ! 1 u Ground Water u The ground water Jevel at the time of drilling ranged from approximately 2 to 7 feet below existing grade. This level will fluctuate due to changes in seasonal climate, smface runoff patterns, construction activity, and other site specific drainage characteristics. r i u u Two slug tests were conducted to help evaluate the hydraulic conductivity of selected strata. The location of boring B-2-12 was selected for the tests, after review of the subsurface conditions in a number of borings in the area Two temporary wells were constructed about 10 feet apart, to provide screened intervals at depths appropriate to test the desired strata, I' LJ ! : I , , , 3 Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Evaluation MACrEC Project 6787-04-2 J 35 Agenda Item No.7 Dec~I!P'}oi#, 2007 Page 85 of 160 fl I. l The fIrst stratum selected was soft limestone. A 2-inch-diameter temporary well was cons1ructed in a 6-inch-diameter borehole, and the well was screened from a depth of 40 to 45 feet below land swface (BLS). The slug test was conducted on November 30, 2004, using an In-Situ miniTROLL Professional water level data logger to monitor and record time and pressure head. Based on the data obtained, a hydraulic conductivity of9 X 10-3 centimeters per second (cmls) was calculated. We note the upper swface of the limestone at the well locations was found at a different depth (29 feet) in the borehole drilled for the well than in soil boring B-2-12, indicating there are variations and irregularities in the formation. 11 r' I! I r i. ~ r: l. The second stra1wn selected was sandy clay encountered at a depth of about 48 feet BLS. A 2-inch- diameter tempDrary well was constructed in a 6-inch-diameter borehole, and the well was screened from a depth of 50 to 55 feet BLS. The slug test was conducted on November 30, 2004, using an In- Situ miniTROLL Professional water level data logger to monitor and record time and pressure head. Based on the data Dbtained, a hydraulic conductivity of 8 x 10-' centimeters per second (cmls) was calculated. !: r; f' I., Laboratory Testing I ~ Laboratory testing was conducted on selected samples and included gradation, plasticity, carbonates, and LA abrasion. The specific test results are appended to this report. The results are summarized in the following table. r' { ~ [i -, U U [J fT Li r ;- I u 4 T I i " r-' ; , I t i r' I l i r' , , . f' l, [ . I [ . ~ f' i l < r' ~ r; Ll f' Ii fi I: li r T U U f' U [ , l., I' I I, Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Evaluation MACTEC Project 6787-04-2135 Agenda Item No. 7 Dec~~,2007 Page 86 of 160 Table I: Laboratory Test Results RESULTS SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE DEPTH, Liquid LA IDENTIFICATION feet TYPE Carbonates Gradation LimitfPlasticity Index Abrasion See B-2-ll 4-6 Sand attached - -- - graph B-lo12 37 -38 Rock 90.5% -- -- - Sandy See B-2-ll 48.5 - 50 -- attached 41/21 - clay graph Sandy See B-2-21 58.5 - 50 -- attached 27/J 0 -- clay graph B-2-22 10 -15 Rock 87.0% -- - 45% B-2-22 18 - 19 Rock 87.6% -- - -- B-2-22 30 - 33 Rock 88.3% -- -- 62% See B-2-24 8 - 10 Sand - attacbed - -- graph See B-lo25 38.5 - 40 Rock 72.9% attached - -- graph 53.5 - 55 Sandy 26/8 B-2-28 clay - -- -- See B-1-38 2-4 Sand -- attached - - graph Five samples were selected for carbonates testing from rock obtained at borings B-2-12, B-2-22, and B-2-25. The results ranged from 72.9 to 90.5 percent. Based on the 2004 FOOT Standard Road and Bridge Specifications, greater than 50 percent and 70 percent carbonates are required, respectively, for shell rock and limerock. The samples tested meet these requirements. Two rock samples were selected from boring B-2-22 for Los Angeles (LA) Abrasion tests. The test results were 45 and 62 percent wear. The FDOT specifications require less than 23 percent wear for fme aggregate and less than 45 percent wear for. coarse aggregate. The samples tested did not meet these requirements. 5 Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Evaluation MACTEC Project 6787-04.2135 Agenda Item No.7 DeCel1@RropRfWllj, 2007 Page 87 of 160 r' l Relatively large samples are necessary to conduct most of the aggregate tests used m evaluating materials for FOOT approval. The laboratory testing was limited due to the relatively small size of samples obtained through coring and split.spoon sampling. Additional tests including LBR, grain size, LA Abrasion, soundness and bulk density will be required to further evaluate these materials in comparison to the FDOT specifications. f' I , i j r: Evaluation [' l, Based on our experience with rock formations in the site vicinity and the data obtained during this , geotechnical exploration, it is our opinion the locally occurring moderately hard to hard rock layers encountered in the borings will not be ripable with standard excavating equipment. It is our opinion the majority of the moderately hard to hard rock encountered is of sufficient hardness to require blasting to facilitate removal. Some of the soft limestone may also not be ripable due to its depth and/or location between harder layers. The specific pattern and intensity of blasting should be left up to the contractor. If blasting is performed we recommend vibration monitoring of any nearby structures be performed. We also recommend pre-blasting condition surveys be performed for these structures to document the pre-existing condition. r; i, f' [, r ~ I L;. I' l [' We anticipate the weathered and very soft limestone layers can be removed with conventional equipment; however, the depth of the soft limestone may increase the difficulty of excavating it effectively. [; Structural Fill [i Based on our visual classifications and laboratory testing, a majority of the soils overlying the limestone formation should be suitable for use as structural fill. MACTEC typically recommends structural fill materials contain less than 12 percent froes passing the No. 200 sieve. Generally, the sands and slightly silty sands appear to meet this requirement. If some near surface soils are found to contain more than 12 percent fines passing the No. 200 sieve, these soils can be blended with the clean surficial sands, using proper moisture control and compaction techniques, to obtain specified field densities with standard vibratory equipment. Large rocks may occasionally be encountered in the surficial strata and will require crushing prior to use as structural fill. The amount of rock crushing should be determined during the excavation program. If large amounts of roots are encountered in any of the near surface soils, screening will be required, in order to remove the roots to produce suitable fill. fl 1 j [i i P II [ , t; r' L, , , I I I~ 6 T [ , l; Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Evaluation MACTEC Project 6787-04-2 J 35 Agenda Item No. 7 Dec~~~, 2007 ~agEn18 of 160 I: ; l! As evidenced in the borings, possible structuraJ sand fill material generally extends to depths ranging from ground surface to 8 to 12 feet below existing grade with some locations where the sands extend deeper and some locations where the limestone is closer to the ground surface. Some of these overburden soils mixed with shell or crushed rock may also be suitable for use as roadway stabilized sub-base material. Additional laboratory testing would be necessary to verifY the suitability of the soils for this purpose. This testing would consist of Limerock Bearing Ratio tests of bulk samples that could be obtained during excavation. ['; I, l i n n Seotic Sand f' t, Based on our visual classification and laboratory testing, it is our opinion a majority of the soils encountered above the limestone fonnation are suitable for use as septic sand. According to Chapter 64E-6 of the Florida Administrative Code entitled "Standards for Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems" (effective May 24, 2004) fme sands are acceptable for use as septic system backfill material. The fine sands generally encountered in our borings from the ground surface to about 8 to 12 feet below grade should be suitable for this purpose. As with structural fill, we recommend these sands be screened for surficial roots and occasional large rocks. [ : L J' f1 L Beach Sand [i Ii ., U U Typically, beach compatible material must meet the criteria contained in Florida Administrative Code 62B-41, Florida Statutes 327.40, 370.0.12(1) and 370.021, the state and federal penn its, and the following guidelines: . Sand which is similar to that already existing on the heach fill site( s) in both coloration and grain size. . Beach compatible material should be free of construction debris, clay, organics, peat, or other foreign matter. ff II [ ; . All beach compatible material shall be free of coarse gravel, rocks and cobbles, exclusive of shell material, retained by the 3/4" sieve. . Material should not contain greater than 5% fine gravel, exclusive of shell material, of the material retained by the #4 sieve. . Material should not contain greater than 5% fines passing the #200 sieve. l...< . Material should not be manufactured carbonate. r' L 7 r' Drilling Services and SoiilRock Evaluation MACTEC Project 6787-04-2135 Agenda Item No, 7 Dec~,2007 Page 89 of 160 . Material should he processed through a wash plant. The following table showing the composition requirements for silica sand (in percent total weight) has been obtained from a graph entitled "Revised Reference Range of Beach Grain Size Distribution" of the Collier County Technical Specifications for Beach Compatible Materials; ExhibitJ. r' I: 3/8" 0-10 90 - 100 No.4 0-]8 82- 100 No. 10 0-32 68 - 100 No. 20 10 -48 52 - 90 No. 40 18.60 40 - 82 No. 80 35 - 100 0-65 No. ]00 69- 100 0.31 No. ]40 84-100 0-16 No. 200 Minimum 95 Maximum 5 f' i i; r' L 1 ' , ' I I. r l. Based on the above noted requirements, our visual classification, and laboratory testing, it is our opinion most of the soils overlying the limestone formation will not meet the Collier County color requirement for use as beach sand. The slightly silty sands and darker colored sands which comprise a majority of the soil layer above the limestone formation do not appear to meet the County requirements, either. The grain size analyses indicate the on-site sands are classified as fme sand, whereas the County requirements specifY fine to coarse sands. The on-site fine sands, therefore, appear to have a grain size distribution that does not meet the County requirement. r' i L r: l, rl !; C' ; U Limestone Material r: I, The medium hard to hard limestone formation which was generally encountered at depths of 8 to 12 feet below grade could potentially be utilized as crushed limerock roadway base material. Additional laboratOl)' testing should be petformed on bulk samples to verifY the suitability of the limestone for this purpose, This testing should include but not be limited to Limerock Bearing Ratio, gradation and percent carbonates. Initial carbonate testing indicates the rock could qualifY as shell rock or limerock. Initial abrasion testing indicates the rock does not qualifY as fine or coarse aggregate. ! ! u f' i u [, I 1 I l, 8 , I' -11 Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Eyaluation MACTEC Project 6787-04-2 J 35 Agenda Item NO.7 De~~~~~,2007 Page ~b of 160 r: , f I I, The soft and weathered limestone may be suitable for use as structural fill, after stockpiling so that the material can drain. However, depending on the silt and clay content, a sheepsfoot roller (not standard equipment for this locale) may be required to compact the material. With processing to correct the grain size distribution, it may also be possible to use the material as shell rock or limerock fill. f' l [! Basis for Recommendations fI The evaluation reported herein is intended to provide general information about subsurface conditions and preliminary infonnation about the properties of selected materials. Material properties may vary, depending on local geologic variations, and mining and processing methods. This testing program is not meant to fulfill requirements for FOOT source approval, which involve additional testing of materials that are produced under a FOOT-approved Quality Control program. f' i I; , ' l i: r , L The recommendations provided are based in part on the project infonnation provided to us and they only apply to the specific project and site discussed in this report. If the project information section in this report contains incorrect infonnation or if additional infonnalion is available, you should convey the correct or additional infonnation to us and retain us to review our recommendations. We can then modify our recommendations if they are inappropriate for the proposed project .U r' [, u u Regardless of the thoroughness of a geotechnical exploration, there is always a possibility that conditions between borings will be different from those at specific test boring locations of this study and that conditions may not be as anticipated by the designers or contractors, In addition, the construction process may itself alter soil conditions. [ I We wish to remind you that our exploration services include storing the samples collected and making them available for inspection for 60 days. The samples are then discarded unless you request otherwise. [ r ,> U [ , ..-' l.., 9 r : Drilling Services and Soil/Rock Evaluation MACTECProject 6787-04-2135 Agenda Item No, 7 Dec~le:m,b2OOJP, 2007 Page 91 of 160 Closing ri I; If you have any questions regarding the recommendations of this report or if we can be of further service in providing the necessary testing to complete this project, please do not hesitate to contact this office. We look forward to serving as your geotechnical engineering consultant on the remainder of this project and on future projects. [ 1 [1 Sincerely, n MAClEC Engineering and Consulting, Ine. / ~~ $,;l;7~"'1 Istf'McC;y, p/ Senior Engineer Florida Registration 54834 ~~' r!... ~~'^- 4- It. _Z2.,o Jo C. T r, P.E. Princi ngineer Florida Registration 46950 r 1 [i U U U [l DFM/JCT:cjb/PROJ2003-6787-04-2135 Figures: Appendix A: Site Location Map (Figure 1) Boring Location Plan (Figure 2) Key to Classification and Symbols Test Boring Records Laboratory Test Results Information About Your Geotechnical Report Appendix B: Appendix C: u cc: Client (2) WilsonMiller (2) Jared Brown File (I) u u I' Ii I' L 10 T ....'1 :...... '1 i , j r-l . j ~1 I J '1 ! . 1 APPENDICES FIGURES A: Key to Classification and Symbols Test Boring Records B: Laboratory Test Results C:. Information About Your Geotechnical Report Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 92 of 160 , ; '-' j , , rl ; j '1 i , , ,." I , j '] Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 93 of 160 FIGURES Site Location Map Boring Location Plan , Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 94 of 160 / .J'.,o/" Ii I(ma/ J.r.,,~.' , ' ;~ ~," ........'\.'.. 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I ~ ~- 1: I 5 , ~-1 , , Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 96 of 160 -1 \~..". <r"l . , '1 I . j Cl i ; j '1 . ; I j Appendix A v- Key to Classification and Symbols Test Boring Records ~ r' 11 NO. OF BLOWS, N 0-4 5-10 SANDS: 11-20 21-30 31.50 OVER 50 CORRELATION OF PENElRATION RESISTANCE WITII RELATIVE DENSITY AND CONSISTENCY Aaenda Item No, 7 beplemoer Z5; LUU ( Page 97 of 160 Il i 1 n [1 SILTS & CLAYS: 0.2 3-4 5-8 9-15 16-30 3t-50 OVER 50 RELATIVE DENSITY Very Loose Loose Finn Very Firm Dense Very Dense PARTICAL SIZE IDENTIFICATION BOULDERS: Greater than 300 mm COBBLES: 75 mm to 300 nun GRAVEL: Coarse- 19.0mm1075mm Fine - 4.75 mm to 19.0 mm SANDS: Coarse. 2.00 mm to 4.75 nun Medium - 0.425 mm 10 2.00 nun Fine - 0.075 mm to 0.425 nun SILTS & CLAYS: Less than 0.075 nun r I r: 0-19 LIMESTONE 20-49 50-100 [i",' 50 FOR 2'.5" . 50 FOR 0'.2" [] o I ~ rn Undisturbed Sample Split-Spoon Sample Time Rate of Drilling CONSISTENCY Very Soft Soft Finn Stiff Very Stiff Hard Very Hard HARDNESS Very Soft Soft Medium Hard Moderately Hard Hard Approx. Fines Content 5% to 12% MODIFIERS Slightly silty or slightly clayey Silty or clayey Very silty or very clayey 12% to 30% 30% to 50% DEFINITIONS AND KEY TO DRILLING SYMllOLS ! Water Table 24 HR. ~ Water Table al Time of Drilling <4 Loss of Drilling Fluid MC: OC: LL: PL: P-200: WOH: Natural Moisture Content Organic Content Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Fines Passing No. 200 Sieve Weight of Drilling Hammer r: u KEY TO SOIL CLASSIFICATIONS i:~un FINE SAND II SILT r! - l: II SLIGHTLY SILTY FINE SAND IE SAND WITH LIMESTONE FRAGMENTS ,- U IE SILTY FINE SAND n SILTY SAND WITH GRAVEL 1lI ~ VERY SILTY FINE SAND .::~~ FINE SAND WITH SHELL U ~ rn 7T SLIGHTLY CLAYEY FINE SAND JJ..:. WEATHERED LIMESTONE [! ;J .~. CLAYEY FINE SAND -~ SOFT TO VERY SOFT LIMESTONE :~~, ~ ,- VERY CLAYEY FINE SAND i I MEDIUM TO MODERATELY HARD II LIMESTONE ,. SANDY CLAY HARD LIMESTONE - f i ~ -'-......~ I' SILTY CLAY .:-'::":.-+'- FINE SAND WITH ROOTS L; ~ III CLAY . PEAT Ii . ,J I' I' Ii .' T r i --! p It r1 [' , , rr , . r: I, f' l. [ : ~! [ : Q . ~ ... f! Q 0 Ii ~ . G ~ "' n ~ ;: 0 ~ ~ ~ U ~ ;:; ~ 0 z 2 'f 0 " II ... ~ ~ a ~ U If t; ,-- L. D E P T H (ft) o SOIL CLASSIFICA nON AND REMARKS L E G E N D SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATIDN OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, LOOSE TO FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) 5 10 FJRMTANSILTYSANDWITHRbcKANDSHili. - -- FRAGMENTS (WEATliERED LIMESTONE) DENSE TAN SiL'i'TsAND 'iiJTifRocK AND sHELL - - FRAGMENfS (SOFT LIMESTONE) l5 VERY-WOSETOFIRM TAN S-U:-ri'SAND \ViTHROCk- AND SHEll FRAGMENTS (WEAl1lERED LIMESTONE) 20 25 30 35 VERFsoffdiliiliN"JSHGRAYSANDY CLAvwrrn -- mACE OF ROCK FRAGMENTS (CL) 40 VERYSoff GREENISHGRA V SANDY CLAY'(CL)- - - 45 50 55 60 BORING TERMINATED DRD-LER: EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLEDlA.: REMARKS: E L E V (ft) SAMPLES I N.coUNT T D Y E P . ~ '" N ~ ~ E . - ." T - N M SS SS SS SS SS SS ss SS J-2.1 (N~9) 6.7.7 (N~ 14) 4--5-5 (N" 10) 2-2-4 (N"6) 2~2-9 (N" II) 13-20.21 (N- 41) 2-1-1 (N~2) 4.3-3 (N~ 6) 9.7-6 (N~ Il) 6-22-11 (N"33) WOl-ll1'-Q-3 (N~3) WQW6"-3-3 (1'= 6) 2-2-3 (N=5) PL(%) ..~}l8~f160 . SPT (bpQ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 5 10 15 20 25 30 r 40 45 50 55 60 o 10 W 30 ~ ~ W W M ~ 100 -. BORING NO.: B-I-33 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: October 22, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26020.109', W81034.S72' THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE ll'ITERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDIDONS AT TlffiEXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONOmONS AT 0l1lER LOCATIONS AND AT 0l1lER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSITIONS BETWEEN SmATA MAYBE GRADUAL [I D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAl'v:IPLES E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNr P G E T T E V D Y H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N E P ~ ~ ~ N ~ ~ (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. D (ft) T E .:; .. '" - 0 FIRM TAN LlMEROCK :~-." ; D:'2i., 5S 9,5,6 -~--------------------- (N- 11) FIRM GRAY FINE SAND (SP) < SS 6-1-10 ---------------------- (N = 17) - 5 FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) 00~ - SS ]8-9-& (N - 17) 5S 44.6 -WOSEBRO\VNSUGHUV51[;fYFiNESAND(SP) -- '7 (N. 10) SS 6.5,5 - 10 - I - (N.10) ~---------------------- 5TlFF GRAY SANDY CtA Y (CL,SC) - 15 - SS X 8.7-9 -I (N.16) ~---------------------- I DENSE TAN SILTY SAND WITH SHELL AND ROCK ~ FRAGMENTS (HARD LlMESTONE) r>< ~ 20 - SS 31-501J" ~ - IL' LOENSETANSANbv SILT wtfii1<.oCK FRAGMENTS- ~ , , , (MH) , , , rx ' , x ~ 25 x , , SS ]4-20-25 )( x x_ - I'-' (N=45) x , x ----------------------- x , , FIRM TAN Sll...TY SA.l\ID WITH SHELL AND ROCK S FRAGMENTS (VERY SOfT LIMESTONE) tx - 30 - - - SS 9.6-7 I'-' (N.13) - 35 - - S5 rx 10-11-11 I'-' (N . 22) ", PL~%) c~~J~_I,t~~, ~~9 .~.j)90f160 . SPT (bpfj 10 W ~ ~ ~ W 70 W 90 l~ ~ i I r 1 1 ' I I ( 1/ 5 10 . I [ 15 (' i; , , r: I; 20 r' L 25 L 30 f' Ii .. [ : r:!'r,} ss tx 9-10-11 ;\\ - . I'-' (N.2J) / ria rx ,/ '"~ 55 17-3.J - - I'-' (N-4) 45 '<!" - 40 - ~ ~ " Q o ~ - 45 G ~ < ~ 40 u VERYsoFfdREEN1SHGRA VSLIGHTLY SANDT - - CLAY (CL) n ~ 5S )( WOHlI8".{),~ "-' (N.O) ~ ~l- so - . ~ ~ ^ " ~ .. 01- 55 - o z <2 o ~ " ~~ 60 -> R 50 fl , , Ii . 5S ,x WOHlI2".0.1 r-- (N. I) +- 55 u [[ ss 1)< WOHlI8"'{).~ (N.O) - 60 BORJNG TERMINATED o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-l.34 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: October 26, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I "MACTEC j DRlllER EQUIPMENT, METHOD: HOLE DIA.: REMARKS. Agoube CME-75 (Auto--Hammer) Rotary Wash .",.jth Mud 3 inches N 26b 20.126', W 81~ 34.152' l: I' U i: , l, THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDInONS AT TIrE EXPLORATION WCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OlliER TIMES MAY DIFFER. WlERFACES BEWEEN S1RATA ARE APPROXTh1AIT. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL , , , I. , , , , D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) A~l'Yelltem~~ E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNr Si.P~~b25, 2 7 P G E D T T E V E Y 1 0 of 160 H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N N P ~ ~ ~ . SPT (bpi) (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. D (ft) E -:;: 1i '2 T - ~ ~ - 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 LOOSE TAN FlNE SAND (SP) <, SS 24-5 -,------------------- (N=9) LOOSE BROWN FINE SAND (SP) i SS 44-5 (N- 9) - , - C- o SS 2.3-4 5 ~B@~sKTYFm&ffiD~N~------ i< (No 7) SS 4~6-7 1\ (N.13) SS I> 8.9-11 ...... - 10 f- - (N. 20) J--... 10 t-DENSETAN SiLlY-SAND wITifSifELLAN'o'ROCK ..L '-.. r--- FRAGMENTS (!lARD LIMESTONE) h-L I"'--- I-'-r" lx ----.. T SS 41-5012" -:::; - IS - "-' IS .1 :--- " -[basE TAN Sn.WSAND WIDISHEITAND-ROBC- .L I---' -- I---' --- FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED LIMESTONE) lx --- I---' SS 6-2-2 J-- 20 - 0 '-' (No4) 20 SS lx 5,2-4 J-- 25 - f'-' (N 0 6) 25 -VERYFiRM'tANVERysiLTYFI'N"E TOCOARSE SAND- 1\ wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) 'x 1\ SS 13-15-]2 J-- 30 - ~ 1- - (N=27) II 30 SS 8-8.lO - 35 - r - - '-' (N = IS) 35 \\ -.... -.... -DENSE GRAysKfYsANDWlm SHErI AND ROCK- -.... ~ '-.. '-.. FRAGMENTS (MODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) r--. - 40 - ss X 12-42-50/5" b - 40 II --- r- c-,----------------_____ --- --- LOOSE FINE TO COARSE sn.TY SAND wrrn TRACE --- --- SHELL AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED tx -- LIMESTONE) ss 4-2-2 ...-- J-- 45 - - I'-' (No 4) 45 I-VERYSOFTSLIGHTCYSANDYCLAY(SC) - - - -- ,c- 50 SS lx 1-1-1 - V..: (No 2) 50 c-VEl(YsOFTSANDY CLAY\v1THSOMli-SHELC - -- FRAGMENTS (SC) !0- J-- 55 - SS rx WOH/!2"-0-1 . - I'-' (N=I) 55 SS X H.l - 60 BORING TERMINATED - '-' (N=2) 60 I I, t i ('T I . , r: [r l! r' l,: ! ' [ , Jl r; ~ ~ [i [1 [] " o " ~ ~ i3 ~ -< ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o u " z 2 o '" ~ ,.. -' i5 ~ r: II o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-I-35 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: October 28, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE I OF I I PMACTEC I DRll..l.ER: EQUIPMENT METIlOD, HOLE DIA, REMARKS. Agoube t..'M.& 75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26"20.272', W 8l" 34.189' u f [ I l, TIHS RECORD IS A REASONABLE lNTERPRETA TlON OF SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS AT OTHER LOCATJONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. lRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL SOIL CLASSmCATION L E SAMPLES AND REMARKS E L I N..cOUNT G E D T E V E Y '" SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N P ~ '" N ~ ~ SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, D (ft) T E II '" FIRM BROWN UMEROCK :"'. .t>'<;2\; SS 4-7-9 ffiWGAAYffiffiMN~~---------- o. (N= 16) " SS B~8-7 F~BW~-~E~~P)--------- .';7.17)- ~ (N= 15) - SS 7.7.8 ~ (N = 15) ,...,.... SS 5-5-5 F~GAAY~~Y~T~--------- (N= 10) SS 5-5-5 - - (N= 10) [ ; D E P T H (ft) - 0 (" Ii - 5 - f' I: - 10 - L l-L'oOSEfODENSETANSILTYMND"MiilSllELLAND ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED TO HARD _ 15 _ LIMESTONE) f ~ II r' l. 1-20- [ . c, L- 25 - [ : 1-30- u L- 35 - [ : - 40 - ~ -~-------------------- FIRM ORA Y Sll..TY SAND WITIl SHEll. AJ''4D ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT UMESTONE) [f II ~ o " ~- 45 il ~ < ..> ----------------------- VERY SOFT GREENISH GRAY SANDY CLAY WlTIl OCCASIONAL SHELL FRAGMENTS (CL) 1I ~ ~ - 50 - ~ '" [ r u N 6 _ 55 _ " z " o c ~ " ~1- 60 ~ BOroNGTIffiMmA~D o " r i li u D~ER; EQUIPMENT. J\.ffiTHOD: HOLE DlA.: REMARKS. Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 260 19.774', W 810 34.585' L I' l, , I I " THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRErATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTIIER LOCATIONS AND ATOlHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACEs BEWEEN STRATA ARE I\PPROXIMATE.. TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL T PL (%J A~\%) Item 'C\2/j'A o C;crk""l3cr 25, 21)1)/ ... ~('l\p1 of160 . SPT (bpQ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 wr 5 l....... 10 -L I-'-;-'- T k- _ S5 ~ 50/2" ..l..l 'T - SS Ix 4-2-39 fL' (N=41) b:~ -r, ~ 'T SS 7-2-8 I - "-' (N~ 10) - S5 X 2,2.2 "-' (N~4) - SS t>< 6,9,11 I'-' (N ~ 20) 20 25 30 I- \ i. I- :r::r ~ L- ~ - 5S ;X 12-16-32 (N ~48) 40 _SS)< 20.18-8 (N~26) 45 50 . I- 5S )< WOII/18.,O,~ - - (N=O) 55 SS 5< WOII/12"-0-1 - (N~ I) 60 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-I-36 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: October 28, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC ~ r' , , __J \ -L.; D E P T H (ft) c.. 0 r.-<; , ! - 5 , , j l: SOIL CLASSlFICA nON AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. FIRM BROWN FINE SAND L E G E N D i> ,:> -~-------------------- FIRM TAN FINE SAND (SP) :,'> ~ :52..' ... -~-------------------- VERY FIRM TAN FINE SAND (SP) t-Fi'RMGRA ysufuiTVd:AYEYFINESAND (SP-=-sCj - c.. 10 - r---------------------- DENSE TAN SILTY SAND WTIH SHEll AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) [ 1 - 15 - r: l; [ , - 20 r ~ l f-25 r- L I- 30 - - 35- r: ~-40- ~ ~ o ~ :::g - 45 - G ~ < ~ [1 II Ii I j ~ ~I- 50 :::! ~ ::l ~ ;Ii- 55 - " ~ " m ~ ~ ~- 60 ~ (5 " [i ., u l! ,1 [ i 1-,--'- ------------------- FIRM TAN VERY SILTY FINE TO COARSE SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (MEDIUM HARD TO MODERATELY HARD LlMESTONE) - ARMTmSLlGH'fLysiLiY SAND("WEATI':{ERED- - - LIMESTONE) VERrFiRMTODENSESUGHTLYS[[fYSAND(soiT- \\ LIMESTONE) . \ BORING 1ERMINATED DRlLIB~ EQUD'MENT: METHOD, HOLE DlA.: REMARKS, Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) RotBry Wash with Mud 3 inches N260 19_759', W81034.259' l, r: , l; THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INttR.PRETA TJON OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER llMESMAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL. :,' " ~riJ'- ;\\ T I ~ E L E V (ft) 1 D E N T SAMPLES N.coUNT T Y P ~ ~ ~ E 3 ~ ~ 6-7,6 (N . 13) 9-12-11 (N=23) &-6-7 (N = 13) 5-6-6 (N= 12) 6-6-6 (N= 12) 17.16,19 (N=35) 19,50/4" 50/2" 6.13-5 (N= 18) SS X 4-7-7 - (N= 14) PL (%) C' "-;;~'~ ..li?~(t.92 of 160 . SIT (bp~ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 1'\ r,. j 10 \ ... 15 K(\t ~;:t " - I-~--------------------- VERY LOOSE GREEN CLAYEY SAND (SC) v/ ~., ~., ~,~ ~,~ ;%)f . SS X S5 V SS 14-t6-14 (N = 30) 5-31-20 (N ~ 51) 10-1l~13 (N = 24) WOH.O.l (N= 1) 1,1.1 (N=2) .....25 vf--" VV vV . I 30 . I- SS S5 ~ 35 1\ 40 45 50 55 60 o 10 W ~ ~ 50 W W W % 100 - BORING NO.: B-1-37 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 2, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I 6MACTEC I - Iv _ S5 ~ k- _ ss [c; . ss i'x - k- ss Ix _SS2S SS - .k- SS ~ k-:x _ ss L ~x ss "-' LOOSE TAN LIMEROCK - FlRMVERY UGH'CTAi< -vEky FiNE SAND(S!>) _ 5 _-FlRMTmvftY~~~~~------- -~--------------------- FIRM BROWN FlNE SAND (SF) ~ LOOsEBROWNSlLTYFINE SAND(SP.SM) - - - -- D E P T H (ft) - 0 I: i [ 1, - 10- It - 15 fT i j [ , I: - 20 - 25 - r: [ ~ l, [~ f- 35 - r: ~ I- 40 - ~ ~ Q " '" f- 45 - '" i3 ~ < ~ II Ii Lj. ~ ~- 50- '" " ~ M ~ ~ Q- 5S - " ~ o '" ,.. :;] ~- 60 5 " u u u SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. TANROOCAND-SHETCFRAGMENTS(iIAR5' - - -- UMESTONE) I- UGHTGRAYSILTY SAND-viITHROCK7,Nb-sHEIC - FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED TO SOFT LIMESTONE) I-~--------------------- TAN SILTY SAND wrnl ROCK AND SHELL FRAGMENTS (WEATIlERED TO SOFT LIMESTONE) 30 - -~--------------------- GRAY FINE TO COARSE Sll..TI' SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) - GRArSIT:fYSANDWITH ROCKANDSHEiC- FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) - GRATvF.RYSlLTYSANDWIDIRocRANbsiJEu-- FRAGMENTS (WEA TIlERED LIMESTONE) BORING lERMINATED L E SAMPLES E L I N-COUNT G E D T E V E Y . {g' N N P U ] ; D (ft) T E ;e.;y~ SS 8.5,5 ~.,....,,~. (N: 10) SS 5.8-5 >1- (N: 13) - SS 5-6-5 (N = 11) i SS 5.5.5 '< (N = lO) SS 4-5-5 >\f- (N = 10) ~ 5S X 5013" I:I SS >< 4-JO-4 '- - '-' (N = 14) \")1 ~ 5S X 12-6,32 - - (N = 38) \' SS ~ 20-27-19 - (N='6) 5S 4-2.2 - (N =4) ~\ - 5S rx 9-10-11 I'-' (N= 21) 5S tx 5.11.25 - - I'-' (N= 36) ,,\ SS tx 9-12-8 - I'-' (N = 20) SS tx 4-4-$ - I'-' (N=9) PLJ%),,~ \"<;'~ ~c/,) .. i'1!lllS'(ltjl3 of 160 . SPI (bpQ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 llY . ~ 10 ................ ................ ',...... r---,; V 15 V'-- V'-- VV ... 20 '\ '. 25 .. // .~,/ \ \ \ \ / / 30 40 45 50 55 r. 55 'X 4-5-5 - LC (N= 10) 60 DRIU...ER: EQUIPMENT, METHOD: HOLE DrA.: REMARKS. r! u [ : u Agoube CME-75 (Auto.Hammer) Rowy Wash with Mud Jim;hes N 26" J9.732', W 810 34.022' o 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-1-38 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 2, 2005 PROJECf NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF I I I'MACTEC I If " THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE E)(PWRATION WCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OllIER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER.. INlERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMAlE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL , [' _1, D E P T H (ft) - 0 r: ! , , - 5 ~.,. , , , i I I - 10 - [ ! - 15 [i l; r' I: - 20 - r' L - 25 - !: SOIL CLASSIFICA nON , AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, VERY LOOSE VERY UGHT TAN FINE SAND (SP) -LOO~T~~ES~0~---------- - FIRMVERYUGH'nAi>HiNESAND (SP) - - - -- FIRM~V~E~0~---------- i'lRM1'O-DENSETAN-si[i'Y SAND Wffii SiiElI AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT TO HARD LIMESTONE) 30 - L E E L G E E V N D (ft) > ;, .i::::'- '5l.ii ',:.,-':"': <- ~ I-:-~' ~ ~ I f-1-r1 T"T ~ T"T ~..l h-Lr ..-C.,T ~,--------------------- LOOSE TAN FINE TO COARSE sn....TY SAND WITII SHEll. AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEA TIlERED UMESTONE) f- 35 - ~ :;!~ 50- ! -SOITGREENfSHGRAYSANDVCLAvWiflfTRACE-- ~ SHEll.AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (eL) ;; .; 0_ 55 _ " ;z 2 o '" ~ i3 ~ - 60 BORING TERMINATED <3 ~ i: , I" e f-40- ~ ~ 0 D '" ~ 45 '" a ~ < ~ f: [1 [; [: I; [J u DRlll.ERo EQUIPMENT, MEnlO!> HOLE DIA.: REMARKS, l: Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26~ 19.608', W 8}034.049' SAMPLES I N'(x)llNT T D Y E p ~ !o ~ N E 't: -g 'E! T _ N ~ SS 1.1.2 (N-3) SS 2.2,3 (N. S) - SS 5.6.6 (N' 12) S5 4.5-6 (N- 11) SS 4.3-2 - (N' 5) SS 5012" - SS ex 10-8-7 - i'-' (N'I5) 5S ex 50tS" - i'-' 55 ex 50/4M - f- SS tx 5+3 - i'-' (N'7) SS ex 9.7.9 - f- (N'16) 55 ex 20-21-20 - f- (N-41) SS tx 17-50/4" - I'-' SS tx 2-4-4 - I'-' (N- 8) ss Iv :/\ 3.3-4 r- (N-?) A~ Item jiq%, Ocpte<ll'1ecr 25, 2a1:)r .. ~'>l:D4 of 160 . SPT(bpt) 10 W ~ ~ ~ @ ~ w ~ 100 PL~%) ~ 5 C,f. __ 10 ------ ------ ------ j-...; V 15 ---- ---- ---- eo: ------ ------ ---I-- N2s 20 __ __f-" ---- ---- .-- 30 35 \ '\ '\ 40 45 "" "i'- ~ 50 ----~ ---- ---- 55 60 o 10 W 30 ~ SO 00 W ro 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-1-39 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 1, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF t I I[MACTEC I L->. TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLElNTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTIIER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA AREAPPROXlMATE, TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL ;~ ARMGRAyfi}ifSAND(SP)- -- - - -- -- - -'? FIRMBROWtTFiNEsAND TsPj - - - - - - - - - ~i)i- -:,'<, /i ,'......:':.,.. ~---------------------- >. FIRM TO DENSE TAN SH..TY SAND WITH SHEll AND t ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOfT TO HARD LIMESTONE) , . i. I; D E P T H (ft) - 0 r r ! i ( - 5 - [ I. I - 10 - [ i r: r' ~ ~ 20- r i Ii i- 25 t I I L 30- SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVlA TJONS USED BELOW, VERY FIRM TAN LlMEROCK 15 - ,. I. -~--------------------- FIRM TO VERY FIRM TAN FINE TO COARSE Sn.TY SAND WITII ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOfT . llMESTONE) - 35 - r' I l i ...~ 40 - ~ ~ ~ Q ~ ~- 45 - G ~ < ~ u , , tI ~ ~- 50- ~ ~ ~ ~ ;; .. 0_ 55 _ '" z " o ~ " v. ~I- 60 ~ is " [ ! Il u VERY-FiR1VfFINETOCOARs:ESD..T'YSANDWr'fH- -- TRACE SHELL AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOfT LIMESTONE) BORING ThRM:INATED .- T ~ T I f-Lr1 T, T I LL T T I 2= \. ;\ I- DRJLI.EPc EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DlA" REMARKS, ! ' U [' Agoube Q..{E.75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inche:s N 26" 19.490', W 810 34.214' L E G E N D E SAMPLES L I N-COUNT E D T V E Y . :Q' N P ~ ] ~ (ft) T E - ~ SS 19,12.9 (N'21) SS 6-7-6 (N-13) - SS 5-6-5 (N'II) SS 5,6,6 (N= 12) SS 4-5-5 (N= 10) - SS X 32-46-50/5" '-' - SS lx 5.20.6 rc.: (N' 26) SS t< 7-3-]9 - rc.: (N= 22) - ss fx 21-5012" rc.: 5S t< 3,5-6 - rc.: (N= Il) PL(%) ,,;,. '"';c~ .. f?Iili@(i\,95 of 160 . SPT (bpQ 10 m 30 ~ ~ W ~ W ~ lW / ....... '10 - ~ _ SS V-' 6-9-14 (N . 23) .......--- .............. .......r-- I--- vc.--- ......v ......V . 15 20 k- _ SS ~ 2.3.9 (N = 12) 25 ......1-- 1--1-- 1---___ ......, 30 VV VVV .-V \ I. '0 , 5S Ix - I'-' 4-12-16 (N - 28) / ~ \ 1\ 45 - f;-; SS ~ 9-]1-]5 (N=26) 50 II 55 - k- SS:X 6-8.9 (N= 17) . 60 o 10 W ~ ~ 50 00 ~ M W 100 - BORING NO.: B-1-40 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: October 29, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABlE WIERPRET A TlON OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPWRATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN SfRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL. T J) I >: ~*" - WaSE BRO'Wi'"FlNE -sAND (S!') - - - - - - - - .::: -w- :0~ -VERYDENsESITmm.VslLffiAND(MODERATELY- ~ HARD LIMESTONE) ~ - IS D E P T H (ft) - 0 r! , I - S - f 1 [ I SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS L E G E N D SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPUNA TION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. DENSE TAN SlJGHTl.Y Sll.TY SAND . LlMEROCK FIlL -VER:Y''FmMTO flRMGRAY FiNE sliND[SP)- fI [[ -~~~fJtJ:ID-WfiifROCKS-- --I - 20 - -~--------------------- VERY FIRM SLlGHTl.Y SILTY SAND (SOFT '" i LIMESTONE) ~ ~ ~ ~ Q " :l:~ 4S- <5 -\iERY-WOSEGREEN-CLAYEYFINESAND [scT - -- ~ :'i [: [ ~ - 2S - 30 - ~i - 3S - r: f.1 ! II ~ ~r- 50 ~ " ~ ~ ~ v 0'- S5 _ " z ;;: o " ~ :2 ~- 60 o ~ u [, d [J DRD..lERc EQUIPMENT, METHOD: HOLE DlA., REMARKS, , i [; -wOsESIiGHTLYSILTYSANbWi'iilROCkS - - -- [WEATHERED LIMESTONE) 'i HRMTODENsIftANsudHfLVSILrrsANi5 (SoFT- LIMESTONE) 'i ~ r- \' ~ ~ - Kr - ?;';2 ,>,:,;% ;/;0,; ,~.,." .~ :/,' - ?, >1" il 40 - - VERV1.oosE-oREBrsiJdHfL V QAYEYFiNE"SAND (SP.SC) BORJNG TERMINATED r- E SAMPLES L I N-COllNT E D T V E Y N P ~ '4;l ~ (ft) T E E l ~ SS 31.20.13 (N=33) SS 12-13-13 (N =26) - 55 9-13-12 (N = 25) SS 9.7,W (N" 17) SS 3-3-2 - (N" S) 5S X 50/5- - SS X 4-3-2 - (N= 5) SS X 29w17wJ I - (N "28) ss X 4-3-4 - (N" 7) - ss 8 9-11-9 (N = 20) SS X 6-12-11 - '-' (N=23) ss X 8-20-13 - (N =33) lr - ss 1>< WOWI2.-0,3 r- (N=3) SS tx 3-1-1 - I'-' (N =2) PL(%) . .<;;~I u;}4 ... ~W6 of 160 . SPT (bp0 10 W W ~ ~ w ~ w ~ ]00 lit t ~ ~.::!--. Ir w ss Ix WOW6"-].1 - I'-' (N=2) ------. :------- ------ ':::> IS ---- ..---- 1....:---..-- -- 20 \ \ / / 1# 2S 30 \ 3S \ 40 . / / .I 4S so 5S 60 o ]0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-1-41 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COU1\'TY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 3, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I 6MACTEC I Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rota!)' Wash wiol Mud 3 inches N 26' 19,568', W S," 34,48S' u I: l, TIilS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONnmONS AT TIlE EXPWRATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTIIER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIlER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN srRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. mANSmONS BETWEEN IifRATA MAY BE GRADUAL LOOSE TO FIRM GRAY TO DARK BROWN FINE SAND " :' , 'l. ':.: .......,..~ ~ [ , ~ , ! : r'T 1 [ I [; r: ! [ ~ r: [ . i ~ ~ D E P T H (ft) o SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BEWW, SOIL CLASSIF1CA nON AND REMARKS (SP) e- 5 - I. E G E N D -iiARD-roMoDERATELY ilAR.ilIlMES'fONE.NO- SAMPLES RECOVERED DIillLING TIME 8.0' TO 9.0' 1:10 9,0' TO lQ.O' 3046 lO.O'TO 11.0' 3:18 1 1.0' TO 12,0' 3047 ~ 15 _ 12.0' TO 13.0' 2:56 13,0' TO 14,0' 3:00 14,O'TO 15,0' 2.16 15.0'TO 16.0' 1:10 16,O'T017,O' 3.35 17.O'TO 18.0' 3:27 _ 20 - 18,O'TO 19,0' 0.18 19,0' TO 20,0' N7 :I 20,0' TO 21.0' 3.12 ~~~J&fT~J!sbGHTI:Y SILTY-FiNETO COARSE J ~\1 SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (Son LIMESTONE) ~ - 25 DR.U..L1NGJTh.1E I \~~mn~_~~_____________J :I DENSE TO VERY DENSE SUGHTLY SIT-TY FINE TO COARSE SAND WITH ROCK AND SHELL (HARD TO /' s.:\ / MODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) \' IDRIlllNGTIME I - 30 - 126.0' TO 27,0' 0:57 I h ~Mh1:j?~&lcfJ\tYsILWF1NEro CoARSESANb- J, ,\ffiB.RQQ>J'BA~!sQ.FLLJMgTIQ.NID _ _ _ J I VERY SOFT TO FIRM GREENISH GRAY SANDY CLAY', _ 35 _ WITH SOME ROCK (CH) l- 10 [ ~ " '" ml- 45 - i5 ~ '" ~ ['! " 0: C:1- 50 - ~ ~ '" ~ ~ -~---------------- 01- 55 _ LOOSE GRAY sn..TI' FINE TO MEDruM COARSE SAND '" (SOFT LIMESTONE) ~ o ~ ~ ~l- 60 ....l BORJNG TERMlNATED i5 " u u u DRILLElC EQurrMENT. METIlOD. HOLE DlA: REMARKS. P.- B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inc:hes I; 1 TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE lNTERPRETATION OF SUBSVRFACE CONDmON5 AT TIlE EXPLORATION WCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDmON5 AT ornER LOCATIONS AND AT OlHER TIMES MAY I)lFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPRbXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STR.A TA MAYBE GRADUAL , I 5S I'X 1-1-1 - r-' (N~2) '-~, rx ~ SS 1-1-1 - I'-' (N~ 2) """" 5< ~ SS 1./.1 - '-' eN =2) I- SS 2< 1-3-5 - (N~8) \\ E SAMPLES PL(%) L N-COUNT i! E I T D V E Y ~ :0 ~ P (ft) N E ~ "g '! T - ~ ~ 10 20 SS 3+6 (N~ 10) SS 4-5.7 ~ (N~ 12) - S5 8-1O-11 (N= 21) SS 7.10.8 I- <Ii (N = 18) NR .,J 50/0" - A[j@Jjl~ Item tiq-O/A Jepte01lbe, 2~, 2f$J'i "~%1l70f160 . SPT (bpQ 30 40 5Q 60 70 80 90 1(' j 5 10 - NR ;=; 50/0" - ~ NR b 5011" - ~ ss rx 8,10,5012" - I'-' /'/' ......v rx ......-- SS 7-8-12 ....... - I'-' (N = 20) / 5S rx 1-1-1 / - I'-' (N=2) 30 15 20 25 40 45 50 .- 55 _ ss ix 4-4.5 (N=9) 60 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 gO 9{) JOO - BORING NO.: B-2-) PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 16, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE) OF) I ~MACTEC I D SOlL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) AWE~~,~ E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNT P G E D T .. ful~%p8 of 160 J1 T E V E Y ~ ~ :0 H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N P . SPT (bpn (~) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. 0 (ft) N E ;; 1 1! T - N N 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 100 f- 0 FIRM 10 LOOSE BROWN TO GRAY FINE SAND (SP) 'Si:'::: SS X 3-7-6 , n (N ~ 13) r >..".. ss X 5.(;.6 >it (N~ 12) I- 5 ' I- - SS X 4-4.5 5 n / (N~9) SS X 3-4,5 l \ -~------------------- (N~9) HARD TO MODERA TEL Y HARD LIMESTONE - NO =::r:: NR Q 50/0" SAMPLE RECOVERED 710 ~ 10- - n DRILLING TIME -'-; // \ 8.0' TO 9.0' 2.46 I ~ \9.0'10 10,0' 1.26 I ,/V J!hlUQ.U.\t.3;lO_ __ __ _____ __ _ _ J SS 2S 12-12-16 ./ VERY FIRM TAN SUGHTL Y SILTY FINE TO COARSE - 15- SAND WTI1I ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) r- - (N = 28) "-I'-- IS r r 100'"/0 FLUID WSS AT 17' i\' DRlLLING TIME ~ '-,- , ;. 11.0'TOI2.0' 0.12 , ,1;LUQ.11.\t_O;lO_ __ _ _ ___ __ __ __J ~ NR 0 SOil" '--.....; - 20 - HARD TO MODERATELY HARD UMESTONE. NO - 20 n SAMPLES RECOVERED DRILLING TIME L 18,O'TO 19,0' 1:05 19,0' TO 20.0' ],36 20,0' TO 21.0' 3:10 NR 0 50/2~ [1 - 25 - 21.0' TO 22.0' 2:46 - /-- 2S 22.0' TO 23.0' 2:20 \ 23,0' TO 24,0' 2.18 J ~ .--.-- 24.0' TO 2.5.0' 0:46 I \22,ILTQ .,.Jr _O,;J... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J X .---- LOOSE TAN SLlGHTI. Y Sll.TY FINE TO COARSE SAND SS 5,7.8 . .. .-- [1 - 30- wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT UMESTONE) ~ - - (N= 15) 30 lOO%FLUID LOSS AT 31.5' J ~\. I -iIlOsIiTO\iERYWOSE GREEN TO GRA YVERY- -- ,,-L; CLAYEY FINE SAND (SC) 55 X 1-2-] - 35 (N=3) - 35 r'" n ','- SS 2S 1-1.1 - (N=2) ?', SS X ].1-] '. - - (N=2) 2. ::I; X S5 1-1-1 - (N=2) ~ - 40 g 40 u ~ a " ~ - 45 - a " j 45 [] ~ Q-50- ~ ~ ~ ~ o 55 SO \ r-FlRMrO-DENSE-GRAYFIN'E'rOdiJJ&SAND(SO!'r- ~ LIMESTONE) u l- I- 1-55- "I- ~ a ~ ... i2 ... ~ <5 '" BORING TERMINATED "X SS - '-' . 4-5.7 (N= 12) - '" \, 11 " SS X - 1+17-21 (N ~ 38) I- 60 60 [J o 10 W 30 ~ ~ W M W 90 100 - BORING NO_: B-2-2 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 13, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE I OF I I 6MACTEC I DRilLER. EQUIPMENT: METHO!> HOLE DIA..: REMARKS: P.Pitts 8.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches [ [ U u I: Li THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPWRATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTIlER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN SlRAT A ARE APPROXIMATE, TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL i ~)i+ ...',.. :.': -iiARD-roMODERATELVHAiIDLiMEs'TONE.NO-- I SAMPLE RECOVERED fl II [1 Ii [l [[ f! 'I C' U r , I , P ...... C n ~ " g D E P T H (ft) - 0 LOOSE GRAY TO DARK BROWN FINE SAND (SP) SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, f- 5 - - 10 L E G E N D ., DRnLING TIME +, g,O' TO 9,~ "'0 " , II 9.0'TO 10.0' 2:10 f \. '\' \ 10,0' TO 11.0' 1.29 I ,\ - 15 -h V&i~-tAM~iTG1ffi:YSn::iYFJNi{TOCOARSC I, ~ e. \ SAND WlTII ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) ., I, \ DRILLING TIME I I - 20 _1:llfJf~i6~R~&NSESDGHTLVSn:TYFU<Eru-J: M I COARSE SAND WlTII ROCK AND SHEll (lIARD TO I 1 MODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) , )\\~ I- IDRlLLlNG TIME I, ""'II< ,IJ5,S' TO 160' 1.01 II I e. 25 - ,IJ6 0' TO 17 0' 2'04 'I --r-T :'}1J}F,JlfUG~tvsj[ty FINE 'fa-coARsE SAND JI' - \ \\lITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFr LlMESTONE) i~ IIDR1LUNG TIME J I e- 30 - :%'tt~-fe-~/tENStSiTGHf[YSj[iYFiNETO-JI - J COARSE SAND WlTII ROCK AND SHELL (lIARD TO I MODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) I] (}()% FLUID LOSS AT 23' I ~ 35 _ I 100% FLUID LOSS AT 27' IDR1LUNG TIME 124,0' TO 25,~ UO I 125.0' TO 26.0' 2.26 f 1'6.0' TO 27,0' 0.41 ~Y~~~~~~~-------------j - 40 - ~TANSUGH11.YSILTYFINETOCOARSESAND , . _ _ B9.i;"-FJ!A.Q~<:>(WfL~.wa _ _ _ J VERY SOFT GREENISH GRAY SANDY CLAY (CL) II ~ b o ~- 45- a . < ~ DENSE GRAY-FlNEre; MEDiUM mARSEsANDwrrlr ROCK AND SHELL FRAGMENTS (SOFT TO HARD LIMESfONE) [1 ~ ~ - 50 - . ~ " ~ ~ ;; n ~I- 55 - o z " o ~ ~ ~ ~l- 60 BORING TERM.fr.lATED a ~ u [! [ ; ~ D= EQUD'MENT. METIlOIr. HOLE DIA..: REMARKS. P. Pitts B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches [ i [' nus RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE OJNDmoNS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OrnER TIMES MAY DIFFER. ThlTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA.ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL , ~ N i- ~ K\ E L 1 E D V E (ft) N T SS SS - SS ss SAMPLES N-COUNT PL(%) ~II':.~ \l?~ ... ~(%9g of 160 . SPT (bpij 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 }o' T y P E ~ r.,. t:. ~ "8 -g _ N ~ 24.5 (N" 9) }.5-5 (N " 10) 64.5 (N -9) 2-2,2 (N "4) 5010" u NR\..> - t:::' 10 .--/ ..--..-- v"-- !- 1- - SS X 6.7.5 '-" (N" 12) SS tx 4-7-12 - I'-' (N" 19) SS tx 12-50/2" - I'-' SS tx 1-2-] - I'-' (N" 3) - ss tx 1.1.1 f- (N.2) SS tx I-I.] - I'-' (N = 2) SS tx 1-1-1 - I'-' (N =2) - ss 2S SO/IN SS X 23.21.29 - (N" 50) 55 ]5 20 ......r--... ......1----. r---____ -.,; V"" 25 1--.--1-- .--.--l-- ..... 30 40 45 t--.t--.r--.......____ ............ t--; /' 50 ,//' ,/ e. SS X - j 60 10-18-24 (N-42) o 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-2-3 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 14, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC II rT _.: ~~ -iiARDro MODEkAmv ilARDLiMEs'fONE-NO -- SAMPLES RECOVERED - 10 - DRIllING 11ME 8.O'1'09.a 1046 9.0'1'010.0' 3010 10.0' TO l1.a 3029 11.0' TO 12.0' 2:45 _ 15 _ 12,0' TO lJ,a 2010 l3.a TO 14,a 2026 14.0' TO 15.0' 2:37 15.0' TO Hi.O' 1:05 16.0' TO 17.0' 1009 17.0' TO 1&,Q' 2042 _ 20 18,a TO 19.Q' 3001 19.0' TO 20,0' 2018 20.0' TO 21.0' 0:46 I \ill~~~W~g2~___________J FIRM TAN SLlGHTL Y SILTY FINE TO COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT LIMESTONE) - 25 - DRILLING TIME 21.O'TO 22.0' 0:2] 22.aT023.0' ~olO D E p T H (ft) - 0 I: I i i - 5 - [; [! [: " I l ;. L r' l; - 30 - SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. LOOSE TO FIRM GRAY TO DARK BROWN FINE SAND (SF) 100% R.UID LOSS AT 32' ..L'."" , "'VERY-SaITTO FiRM-GREENISH GRArsANDY'OAY- wrrn SOME ROCK (CL) - 35- l: ....f- 40 - ~1-- ~ rf U 5 o ~I--- 4S is ~ < ~ , ' I! ~ ~f- 50 - ~ 00 ~ ;; ~- 55 - o ~ o ~ ~ ~ 1-_ 60 ~ is " L E G E N D 'Sl ',':-, ..L -.-L.. -'-r" T I ~':-I I ~ u -VERvSaffrosoFrGRAVSILTY-FINE'To'MEDiUM - "C COARSE SAND (SOFT TO HARD LIMESTONE) ~ r, '- ~ u u BORING TERMINATED DRllLERo EQUIPMENT, METHODo HOLE DlA: REMARKSo [j P. Pitts B-50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches E L E V SAMPLES N-COUNT PLj%) "'~ i ';;~ ~ .. F1IlllSl(%J1 0 of 1 60 . SPT (bpn 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 I D E N T T Y P E . :c. ~ 1Z ~ - " ~ (ft) SS 2-4-5 I (N~9) 5-5.7 (N = 12) 7.6~9 5 (N= 15) . 44-4 (N= 8) SOlO" I 10 SS - - SS ss NR ~ - NR ;=; 50lOM - =0 NR ;=; SOlO" - =0 SS X 4-5-7 '" - (N= 12) SS X 4-2-2 I- - (N=4) SS X ]-1-1 - (N = 2) SS 2<: J.)pJ - (N= 2) SS 2<: 1-2-1 - (N= 3) SS X I-I.WOE - 15 20 ___ ..-1-' ------ ------ ..... 25 I 30 35 40 45 \ 50 _ SS X 6-8-11 (N= 19) 55 .............. ............ 1---....... ---; 60 C'J SS X 11.50/1" - '-' o 10 W ~ ~ 50 W W W 90 ]00 - BORING NO.: B-2-4 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 15, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I I, l THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDmONS ATOTIlER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER 11MES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACESBEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL > ~GL -DENsEWYfiYDENsESUGHTLYSILTYFiN'EW- ~ COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK AND SHELL (HARD TO MODERATE!. Y HARD LIMESTONE) - 10 ~~,~~i~,T~:54 ~ 8,O'lD 9.0' 1,23 ~ P9.O'TO 10.0' 0:48 r ~ - ' pIO,O'TOlI.0' 0,28 1 15 - II 1.0' TO 12,0' 0,38 J :'t7&#Mr'&'JJJGHTIYSj[TYFrNErOC15Af&-1 I SAND WTIH ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) I . IDRlLLING TIME {I - 20 - ~14.0' JQ 15.0' 1:22 J IDENSE T15 \'ERYDEI'SESUGHTLY Sll.rYFINE"T15-1 ICOARSE SAND WITH ROCK AND SHELL (HARD TO I' t-l.QQ!lRAIE1,v_H.M!) .lJ~T.Q@L _ _ _ _ _ _ _I DENSE TO WOSE TAN SUGHTL Y Sll.TY FINE TO COARSE SAND WTI1l ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT TO SOFT LlMESTONE) DRILLING TIME ]5.O'TO 16.0' 0;]4 16,{)' TO 17.0' 0,20 17.0'TO 18.0' 0:18 I- 30 - 18.0' TO 19.0' 1,05 19.0' TO 20.0' J:36 20.0'1021.0' 3:10 21.0' TO 22.0' 2:46 22.0'1023.0' 1:20 [ \ 23,0' TO 24,0' 2,18 I I- 35 - \ 24,0' TO 25,0' 0,46 I \25.0' TO 26.0' 0:36 I \.l@,,&Wl~LLQ.s.s..~ l6.h@..zI_AtiD..J~A!:!I2..2r. _ _ j SOFT TO VERY SOFT TO FIRM GREENISH ORA Y SANDY CLAY wrrn SOME ROCK (CL) g '-ili)S'ETOI'JiU,rGRAYSll.WflNETO MEDfuM - - - ~ 01- 55 COARSE SAND (SOFT LIMESTONE) \ - ~ ~ ~ ~ j"- 60 BORING lERMlNATED is ~ f, I j D E P T H (ft) - 0 FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. r: , , - 5 - [' Ii fr Ii n t ~ L I' 1-25 [ : L: f- L .- 40 ~ ~ ~ ,.. o " ffi- 45 G r I Ii [} ~ ~ u ~ ~-50- ~I- ^ , ;; [j [" j DRJLI.E](, EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DIA.: REMARKS, P.Pi<<s B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches u ! L l 11iIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE mNDmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER INlERFACES BEWEEN SlRATAARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL , L E G E N D \(r~ ",,' - rJr;} :',\ E L E V I D E N T SS SAMPLES N,COUNT T Y P ~ ~ :D E ! ~ ~ 4-5.7 (N~ 12) 8-9-8 (N'!7) 7~7.1O (N'I7) 4-3~50(O" 50/0" 9~27.50/]" 3-5-4 (N~9) 6~10.26 (N' 36) 10-5.3 (N. 8) 2-2~2 (N~4) J.l.1 (N~2) 1-1-1 (N '2) 1-2-1 (N ~3) 1,2.2 (N-4) 6.5.]0 (N'15) PL (%) A!fjM1~Aj It~~ ~~ ...~11)110f160 . SPT (bpQ 10 20 30 40 50607080 90 lOr ~ 5 10 1-j;:O ___V ------- .------- '\ "- .. / / J5 (ft) SS - SS SS NR - - Iv SS 1/\ r- 20 25 30 40 45 50 \ 55 - ~ _ SS I"- 1\ 60 k- _ SS ~ rx _ SS I'-' - k- _ SS ~ o JO 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 JOO - BORING NO.: B-2-5 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 14, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787.o4-2I35 PAGE 1 OF 1 , ~MACTEC I j. l- _ ss ~ }- _ ss )< SS X - SS X - '-' SS X - D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) A~~~ Item t;!.~~ ill E AND REMARKS E L I N.coUNT CcpteBlbu 25, 2 P G E D T .. 1'biliJa:~)12 of 160 T e v E Y ~ ~ :c Jl H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N P . SPT(bpij (ft) SYMBOlS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, D (ft) N E ~ -g '2 T _ N ~ , f- 0 10 20 )0 40 50 60 70 &0 90 100 FIRM TO LOOSE BROWN TO GRAY FINE SAND (SP) 7,:',' ~ ~Ii>: SS 4-6~8 II (N= 14) ss 6.6-6 I J (N = 12) I- 5 1<\ - SS iX ).).) 5 (N=6) ['1 ~~--------------------- ss X 2-1-4 HARD TO MODERATELY HARD IlMESTONE. NO ~ (N= 5) Ii SAMPLES RECOVERED NR 50/0~ ? f- 10 DRILLING TIME ~ - 10 I [ 8,0' TO 9,~ 1,46 yY 9,0' TO 10.0' 1,01 ~ ........L.--- I 10.0' TO 11.0' 0;33 { I- 15 . \IWTO 12,0' 0,45 'I - SS X 7-12-16 ......... J~~~~~~~______________J (N = 28) "" 15 VERY FIRM TAN SLIGHTLY SILTY FINE TO COARSE '~ [! ~QJ!'ITIl$Q.C1>!'M.G.w@.LSQFI~NKL I HARD TO MODERATELY HARD LlMESTONE . NO "...... SAMPLES RECOVERED r---,-; - 20 - DRIllING TIME I - NR 50/0" 15.5'TO 16.0' 0:45 ~ zo rr 16.O'TO 17.0' 1:13 I: 17.0' TO 18.0' 1:39 18.O'TO 19.0' 0:46 19.~T02Q.O' UO I: I - 25 - 20.0' TO 21.0' 0,44 NR ~ 501O~ r; 21.0' TO 22.0' 1,51 T -- ----- 25 22.0' TO 2J.O' 130 li ",m~. o~ il ---- 240'T025.0' 031 ---- 25 D' TO 26 0' 0'29 I ex 126,0' TO 27.0' 0041 I SS &42 -- fl - 30 127 O'T028 0' 030 I - f'.' (N= 6) 30 I I IlQQj',EL.!.llJ2.I.,QSS1>T,,)J.j~__ _ ___ __ __..I Ii LOOSE TAN SLIGHTLY SILTY FINE TO COARSE SAND r 1'7 ~ -L."! ,"'!.!J1!!Los.;I>..F&\g~Ui~~LJM&~~ID j SS 1.1-1 f- )1 - LOOSE TO VERY LOOSE GREEN TO GRAY VERY 1'7, - I'-' (N=2) 35 CLAYEY FINE SAND (SC) L , " '~ ex SS 1-1-1 - - I'-- (N=2) 17 .. - ss tx 1.).1 I'-' (N=2) '/' Y. << X ':/: ss 7-4-3 2// f- - (N=7) 9' "" ,\. ss X 20-18-26 ".. - . - (N = 44) :'i I ~ SS X J4-]4-18 - '-' (N~)2) 60 g 1-40- ~ ,.. " " .; I- 45 ~ i3 ~ .., -' 40 [! 41 [1 " ~- 50 - ~ o ~ ~ ;; t " z ~ o ~ ,.. ~ t:: -' ~ 10 -~-------------------- DENSE GRAY FINE TO COARSE SAND (SOIT LIMESTONE) Ll - 55 - 55 [f lJ - 60 BORING TERMlNATED u 010 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 - BORING NO.: B-2-6 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 13, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE J OF 1 I !lMACTEC I DRlLLER, EQUD'MBm METIlOD, HOLE DIA.: REMARKS, P.Pitts B-SO Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches If t i LJ t. I l THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE lNTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE, TRANsmONS BIITWEEN SlRATA MAYBE GRADUAL L E G E SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPu.NATlON OF N SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. D FIRM TO LOOSE GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) Ii',: ::.' , ~Ii - 5- I{_ Li c.. DENsE sllGH'rIVsiLfl FiNE COARSE'SANI)WfiIT - ROCK AND SHELL (HARD TO MODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) - 10 - DRILLING TIME 7.0' TO 8.0' 2:59 8.O'T09~ 1,26 9,~ TO 10,0' 0,46 10.0' TO 1 LO' 0:29 _ IS _ ILO'TO I2,~ 0,23 12.0' TO 13.0' {}:42 I3.0'TO 14,0' 3,37 I 14.0' TO 15,0' 1,53 ..L il~5ffrol~0' ~ ~ \ I 6.0' TO ]7,0' 0,22 f c.. 20 J1.0:JQ.I.H:...P1.I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ J ,\, FIRM TAN SLIGHTLY Sll..lY FINE TO COARSE SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT llMESTONE) J:j DRlUJNG TIME 26.0' TO 27.0' 1:57 ~TO~ I~ I ~ ~25- \~~~ll~W~~J~~__________~ DENSE SLlGHILY SILTY FINE COARSE SAND wrrn ~ ROCK AND SHELL (MEDIUM HARD LIMESTONE) ::r::r -COOSETANSliGHTLYSILTYFINETo COARSESAND , wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATIJERED LIMESTONE) ~ 30 - DRIllING TIME 11.0' TO 12.0' OJ2 ]2.0' TO 13.0' 0:10 100% FLUID LOSS AT 31' r r i r , ' II r: 1-' ! i r: I' l! [; I: I: e- 40 ~ [i ~ D " ~- 45- i3 ~ ~. f. I [ Ll:. " ~ 50- ~ " ~ " " ii- 55 - " ~ o . r ~ H- 60 ~ o " I' II [ [ U u D E P T H (ft) - 0 SOIL CLASSIFICA nON AND REMARKS 100% FLUID LOSS AT 15.5' 1-_____________________ LOOSE TO VERY FIRM GRAY FINE TO COARSE SAND (WEA TIlERED TO SOFT llMESTONE) BORING lERMINATED DRI1..LER; EQUlPMENT, METIlOD, HOLE DlA...: REMARKS, [ ! f' l ~ P.Pitts B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches I: THIS REOORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIIE EXPLORA TJON LOCATION SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OT1lER LOCATIONS ANDATOTIIER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATI. TRANsmON5 BETWEEN S'IRA TA MAY BE GRADUAL , ss r.x 2-5-4 c.. - I'- (N~9) '" \ Ie- ,)) ss ~ 4-9-14 ~ - (N~ 23) .L T T T I ~ . , :. I- i'/: I- ~- ~ E SAMPLES PL(%) ,,~ :;~"I;J;I~ L I N-<XlUNT &~(%)3 of 160 E D T V E Y fo fo ~ P . SPT (bpQ (ft) N E .s ~ ~ T 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 Ie SS ~ 3.5-6 (N= II) \ SS ~ 7.8.9 (N= 17) \. - 5S A 11.11.15 5 (N.26) ./ SS 6 5-4-8 (N= (2) NR :;:::: 5010" '::: 10 - SS X 5012" v........ 15 vV X VV SS 7-10-11 Ir-- (N =21) 20 - S5 2S 30-21-36 ~~I'. (N~57) /' 25 L/J/ t S5 X 5-4-4 ,V - (N=8) - SS 2S 9-6-4 (N = 10) ~ SS X 1-1-1 - (N '2) 40 - SS X I-J-1 '-' (N =2) 45 - 5S X J.J-2 (N~3) 50 55 60 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 ~!\~!:~~;- ~~~),~;,~~~8~~~,~~~~E1]~1~t~~:~~~ BORING NO.: PROJECT: LOCATION: DRILLED: PROJECT NO.: B-2-7 SR 846 QUARRY COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA December 8, 2004 6787-04-2135 PAGE] OF ] 6MACTEC [ _J J' - 5 - [is ~DENSEroWRVDENSES[lGiiTLYSrLTYFlNEro- - ..L COARSE SAND WID! ROCK AND SHELL (HARD 1'0 h-L.- MODERATE!. Y HARD LIMESTONE) r-T" DRILLING TIME T 8,0' TO 9.a 1,47 i I- 9.0'TO 10,0' ),14 I ~I~ f- 15 _ 100'TO ILlY ).46 11.0'TO 12.0' ',05 T 12.0'TO 13.0' 4:42 B.Q'TO l4.0' 3:10 14.O'TO 15.0' 3:37 15.O'TO 16.0' 3:41 16.0' TO 17.0' 5:16 I?O'TO 1&.0' 4:26 IS.Q'TO 19.0' 3:21 19,0'1'020.0' ),10 20.0' TO 2 J.O' 2;46 21.0' TO 22.0' 0:47 ~ 25 - 22.0' 1'0 23,0' ),17 D E P T H (ft) - 0 i i I r' i i r f- 10 - l- i- [ : I: I. , . I- [ 1 I- 20 ! f l; !' L - 30 - - 35- ! ; [; g- 40 - g g :i: - 45 - <3 ~ < ~ [j ~ ~-50- :; " 00 ~ ~ N i-55 _ ~ ~ o ~ ~ ~ ~f- 60 i5 " [ ] .-.~ u [J SOlL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, LOOSE TO VERY FIRM BROWN TO GM Y FINE SAND (SP) 100% FLUID LOSS AT 22' 24.0' TO 25.0' 25,0' TO 26,0' 26.0' TO 27.0' 27.0'TO 28.0' 2;17 ):18 1:14 2,10 L E G E N D 'Sj.' i ...1..1 .. T 1 ~~I L ...1..1 ..,-L, T _L ...1. ~ ..): , , '~I- 'f% ',',+ ~;;'.'.'~ , ':.c. ~' t ,~ DRn.l.ER.: EQUIPMENT: METHOD: HOLE DIA: REMARKS: [ ~ 29.0'TO 30,0' 2A6 30,0' TO 31.0' 1:01 lOO%FLUIDLOSSAT31' 3 LO' TO 32.0' 0:42 JbO.:JQ.31.<t _0;12__ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ __) FIRM TO DENSE TAN SLlGH1LY Sll..TY FINE TO COARSE SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) -VERYloosE"'tOBRM GREENTO-GRAYCtAYEVro- VERY CLAYEY SAND (SG) BORING TERMINATED P.Pitts: B-50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches E L 1 E D V E (ft) N T SS SS - SS SS NR '- SAMPLES N-COUNT T Y P E ro ~ ~ ! l ~ x X X X 3.5-5 (N = 10) 4-6-7 (N : 13) 7-10-11 (N=21) 7-7-IO (N= 17) 50/0" PL1%) ~~m '~ ..1j?~(~14 of 160 . SPT (bpf) 10 am_ m w ~ W Wl00 , '" 10 15 20 25 ,// v/ ./ II 30 NR r; 5010" NR r; 5010" '" SS X 5013" - SS ~ 5012" - SS X r I- _ SS ~ 14-19-18 (N = 37) 5.12.16 (N = 28) 8.g.8 (N= 16) 4-2-2 (N=4) 1+1 (N: 2) 1-2~] (N '3) )5 " II " 1/ / 40 45 " 5S X - ss X - " SS X - " SS X - '-' 50 55 60 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-2-8 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 10, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I L.l [ L TIUS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLOMTlON LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OlliER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIIER TIMES MAY DIFFER. NTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL szi< -i .,: - 5 -VERYbE'NSESUG1ifLYSILTYFiNE-TOCOARSE--- ---L SAND WITH ROCK AND SHELL (HARD TO ..L. MODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) ~ DRILLING TIME - 10 - S.O' TO 6,0' 1,42 6,O'TO 7.~ 2:24 7.~TOW 1:28 L ,Urm9.0' 1:03 II ~,~TO 10.0' 1.44 , 1\"'\ II 110.~TOll.~ 0:36 11\\\\' -1S-1I111:~TOI2,O' 0:55 I I \~fR'lij).\H~LiG~YSIiWFiNETOCOARsESANb- Jf LL.. .\Y!'f!! R.Q!;;"-FMQt@J:jT~ @Ol'L~~ _ _ _ J f-L.r-L DENSE SlJGH1LY SILTY FINE TO COARSE SAND T ~ 20 _ wmlROCKANDSHELL(HARDTOMODERATELY HARD LIMESTONE) I 100"/0 FLUID WSS AT 16 AND 21' ----'-- DRILLJ1'.lG TI1\.1E I I 15,0' TO 16.~ 327 ,. 16.0' TO 17.0' 3:18 t 17.0'TO 18.0' 1:33 ;:::; 18,0' TO 19,0' 1:46 I ;\ - 119,0' TO 20.0' 1:52 I 0 120.0' TO 21.0' 2:46 121.0' TO 22.0' 1;01 I 122.0'T023,~ 2.10 I ~30- 1;\ I- ~~O:.JQ.:tl..Q:...J~6_ ______ __ ___ __J FIRM TAN SUGHlLV Sll.TYFlNE TO COARSE SAND wml ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) , IDRlLLINGTlME I I- J5 - ,25,0' TO 26,~ 0:14 I J&,o.:.JQ'11,!L_0;l8__ ___ _ ___ __ __ _ J VERY SOFT GREENISH ORA Y SANDY CLAY WlTH SOME ROCK (CL) 50 - ~----------------------~ FIRM GRAY SILTY FINE TO MEDIUM COARSE SAND f.,' (SOFT LIMESTONE) ~I- 55 - ~ z " o m ~ ~ ~ ~ is " f-, Ii r' , [ , r: [' I, r' r' ! I, [ ' L I- 25 L [' Ll L ... - 40 ~ ;; ~ " ~ ~ - 4$ - a ~ < ~ [; P lJ ~ ~ . . ~ " ~ ~ N [] [; ~6O [1 DRlllER EQUIPMENT: METIlOD HOLE DlA.: REMARKS: D E P T H (ft) - 0 SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS L E G E N D SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) I ~ I BORING TERMlNA TED E SAMPLES PL1%) A~f,J.i,1It';,';:' Wb.Ii L I N-COUNT .. ~%)15 of 160 E D T V E Y P . . . . SPT (bpQ (ft) N E ! l i T 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 lOr SS 3-5.7 (No 12) SS 7.9.7 (N.16) - 5S 5-7-7 S (N= 14) NR 5010" NR 5010" /}O - l- . Vi.--- ...--"'-- SS I>< 10.9-9 ....--"'-- - I'-' (N.18) '-I--- IS 1---1---. I;=; r----........ NR I':=' 5010" "'-;20 - I- 5S I>< SOlI" "-' ...---- Vi..------- - SS X 5-7-8 .-VV (N=15) SS 5< 1-1-1 / - (N.2) - 5S 'X 1-lJ.<) (NoD) - SS X 2.1.1 (N .2) 5S X WOH-}-l (No2) \ SS X 7.7-7 - (N=14) 55 2S 30 40 45 50 _ SS 4.10.8 (N=18) 60 o 10 20 30 ~ 50 00 ~ W ~ 100 - BORING NO.: B-2.9 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 16. 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I P. Pitts: 3-50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETA TlON OF SUBSURFACE CONDmoNS AT TIlE EXPWRATlON LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT O111ER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER lNTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL . D SOlL CLASSTI1CATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) A%i'flJlllemW E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNT P G E D T ,,~~)160f160 r" T E V E Y ~ ~ :0 , ' H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N N P . SPT (bp~ , ' (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVlA TIONS USED BELOW. D (ft) E tl; 1 "2 -L' T - ~ ~ - 0 I 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 ~~}~~ROWNFINESANDlSP)-----t 77 AU [i <> SS 6-7-7 , t ~ />i- (N:14) - 5 - SS 44-5 S if (N-g) ,i, I' SS 3.3-3 Ii -~--------------------- (N- 6) VERY DENSE TAN saIT SAND WITH SHELL AND SS 50/3" ROCK FRAGMENTS (MODERAlEL Y HARD ~ [710 - 10 - LIMESTONE) - lj -"--------------------- // FmM TO DENSE TAN SLIGHTI.. Y Sll..TY FINE TO ;-.. COARSE SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT .---/ TO MEDruM HARD LIMESTONE) X ss 10-12-14 r/ - 15 - - - (N = 26) I is r: / I ~ ~ SS X 10-6-8 - 20 - - (N= 14) \ 20 f' l \ ss X 11-13-17 r i - 25 - - - (N = 30) f'-..---.. 25 I' i.i r----r---- , ' SS X 13-19-50W '-.."; " - 30 - - .--- 30 L rta; VV Ix v/ -'" f- 35 - ss 6-15-12 ./ - f-' (N = 27) 35 '1<.. / :'\\ - BORING NO.: B-2-1O PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 12, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I r: rtr.L :'\' ~ f- 40 g ~ ~ ~ - 45 - ~ 5 ~ < ~ ;,>;, !?)" ' '':< 0- ,~' u;;(, c?%, ?~,,:',' ~- -~-------------------~- VERY LOOSE GREEN TO GRAY SANDY CLAY (CL) [; fl I: II ~ ~- 50 - ~ '" " . ~ ~ 0_ 55- ~ z 2 o ~ ~ L60 ~ BOroNG~A~D <5 " !! [] [j DRILLER; EQUIPI\>lENT, METIlOD, HOLE DIA.: REMARKS, Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) RolaI)' Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26" 20,089', W 81" 35.353' I' I (, L. L TIlJS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmoNS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCA nONS AND AT OTIlER TIMES MAY DIFFER INTERF ACESBEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL ss Ix 4-6.9 , - I"-' (N= IS) Ie- :; ss 1>< WOWI~-O-O - I'-' (N"O) ss tx 1112"-0-1 - I'-' (N= I) - ss tx 1/18"-0..0 i'-' (N.O) 40 45 50 55 Ie- ss 1>< - I'-' 1-1-0 (N'I) 60 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 [ ! D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) A(1QIPlcUm) Item lllD(o/lj E AND REMARKS E L N-COUNT ~ :o.epteil'loer LV, L~7 p G E J T D .. ~("17 of 160 T E v E Y , H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPUNATION OF N P '" ~ ~ . SPT (bpfj (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. (ft) N E ~ 11 ~ D T - N I- 0 JO 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 "\ ;r,g[fs~~lffi'DARkBROWNFiNESAND1SP)- _J [;: AU I 'Sl" ;,..',',', ss X 4-34 '~ - I ----------------------- (N=7) - 5 - FIRM BROWN FlNE SAND (SP) ,:::. _ - SS X 5-6-6 5 Ii (N= 12) ss X 5-7-6 -WOsE:FiNE TOCOARsE SlLTYSANDWmn'RACE- - (N= 13) SHElL FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED LIMESTONE) SS X 344 ~ --- - 10- - (N=B) --- 10 -~--------------------- --- DENSE TAN SILTY SAND WJTII SHELL AND ROCK --- FRAGMENTS (MEDillM HARD TO HARD LIMESTONE) ~ --- "- S5 ~ 2].50/2" "- "- - J5 - - V J5 / - 20 - - 5S X 21-33-41 .I (N= 74) 20 '" I- 25 - SS X 23-Soa- r\ - 25 -- V c. i'lRMl'O-VERY FIRMTANSJJ(;'jjTLvsl[;TYflNETO- -- -- '" --- COARSE SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT --- -- LIMF.STONE) S5 4.6-{; .- I- 3? (N= 12) \ 30 L I>< I- 35 - - ss 10.12-11 .. I'-' (N=23) Y " ~ / ~ tx -4{l - - 5S 4-6.5 )'i V-' (N = ll) 40 -'< )) - 45 - - ss tx 4-5-5 I'-' (N = 10) 45 1----------------------- j VERY LOOSE CLAYEY SAND (SC) - 50 - SS Y 1-1-1 (N = 2) ~ 50 9f 'X WOH.(}.(} I- 55 - ',I- - SS L: (N =0) 55 I- 60 - SS ':x 1-1-1 BORING TERMINATED (N= 2) 60 Iii , n , , l i f1 [ I f: t: u u [ [ ~ ~ ~ fi U ~ c '" ~ 00 G (1 '" < '" - 1'; 'l' ;:; ~ ~ :j o u '" '" O! o 00 ~ 51 ~ '" (5 ~ u u o ]0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORlNG NO.: B-2-ll PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRlLLED: November 11, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I DR.Ill.ER: EQUIPMENT, METIlOD, HOLE DlA., REMARKS. Agoube CME.75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26020.253', W 81035.338' u l TIlIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INlERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONnmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTIIER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIiER TIMES MAY DlFFElI. JNTERFACRS BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL y Jj -"-I ~ D E P T H (ft) f- 0 [1 f- 5 - r1 SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SIlEEf FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. RRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) -woSf GRAYCLAYEYSAND[SC) - - - - - - - - f- 10 - n f- 15- [! u - 20- Ii - 25- - i'iRM'TO-DENSETAinill:fY SA:N:DWiTIi ROCK AND - SHEll FRAGMENTS (SOFT m HARD LIMESTONE) Note: Coring perfonned in adjacent hole, in which top afrack was 29' BLS. [1 - 30 ~ COREFROM29ST034.5':REC;;57%,RQD=O% CORE FROM 34.5' TO 39.5': REC '" 82%, RQD <= 60% CORE FROM 39.5' TO 44.5': REC '" 73%, RQD '" 58% - 35- n ... - 40 - 3 ~ c o <0 .: - 45 - 6 ~ < ~ u [, I , ~ ~ - 50 - ;;! ~ ~ ;:; t <0 Z " o ~ c gj ~ -' i3 " [] [] f-60 u I-VERY-SOff GREENISHGRA VSLtGlITLYSANflr - - CLAY (CL) 55 - BORlNG TERMlNAlED L E G E N D 2,:< )>.- % i5' 1 :\' l- i] f- ~ Ih ~ ~ DRJLLER, EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DIA.: REMARKS, u Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inche!: N 26d 20.375', W 8Id 35.247' SAMPLES N-COUNT PLJ%) ~. . <;'';','~ ",1F*(%j8 of 160 . SPT (bpQ TO W 30 ~ 50 00 W M ~ TOO E L I E D V E (ft) N T AU ss - SS SS ss - T .y P E -.:> ~ ~ ~ ;; J X X X X 3.6-6 (N= 12) 5.5.5 (N= 10) 4.6-7 (N = 13) 344 (N = 8) 5 jo t-., )0 1'-----.. 1'-----.. ................ --... ./ 15 /"./ /"V V ---........ ................ ........" __ 25 ./--- /"--- ~,->..... ,; SS 2:'; 2().5012" - SS X 8-13-17 - '-' (N = 30) SS X ]9-50/2" f- - I- 20 ss - 8-12-9 (N =21) JO RC I- SS 9.9.8 - (N= 17) RC SS 7-8-7 - (N= IS) RC SS 7,7,7 (N= 14) >< / SS 1-1-] (N= 2) SS X WOH.I.I (N=2) 55 35 40 45 - 50 - SS - 60 I~H (N= 2) o to W ~ ~ 50 W W W 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-2-12 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllffiRCOUNTY,RORIDA DRILLED: November 10, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I {lMACTEC I LJ u TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIiEEXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT01lIER 1Th1ES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN S1RA T A MAY BE GRADUAL BROWN FINE SAND WITH TRACE ROOTS (SP) I::, ... i-PIRMBROWlHiNESAND(SP)- - -- - - --- Jl:. .,.,':',. I:i::., _ 5_~rnwBROWN~~M~SUrnn~~ITTh~---I>_ , .... <i I-WOSETANFlNESANDlsp)- - --- - - - - - - I,: I- 10 - :,.::. -DENsETANSILTY-SAHDWmfRocKANDSiJEiI - ~ FRAGMENTS (HARD LIMESTONE) ~ ~ 15 - _ ,1_ ~WOSETANSILTYsANDWITHROB(ANDSHEIT.-1 FRAGMENTS (WEA TIlERED LlMESTONE) - 20 - -DENSETANSlLTYSANDWJTHROCKANDSHEU-- FRAGMENTS (HARD LlMESTONE) !-,-L... ".. T r! I' , J D E P T H (ft) - 0 r: II fl [1 II [i I! [ ; - 25 - SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANA T10N OF SYMBOlS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. [ : r-VERY-FiRMfO DENSE TAN SIT.."TYSAND \WhTROCk- AND SHELL FRAGillNTS (WEATIlERED TO SOFT LIMESTONE) ~ 30 - [; - 35 n g-40- ;, ~ Ii l i ~ Q ~ :g- 45 i3 ~ < ~ u ~ ~r 50- ~ " ~ ~ ~ 55- L! C> Z ~ U 0 .. ~ ~ w ~ ~ Ii U U I l c- 60 , 1-iTERYSOITGREENiSHGRAYSL1G,ITLYSANDr -- CLAY WITII TRACE SHELL (eL) BORlN'G TERMINATED DRIl.LERc EQUlPMENT: MElliOD, HOLE DlA.: REMARKS: Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26' 20.547', W 81" 34.240' THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE &lTERPRETATJON OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIJE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACECONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS ANDATOTIlER TlMES MAY DlFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL , ~ SS [x 12-15-14 \~\f - I'- eN " 29) f} SS X 13-16-18 - '-' eN ~ 34) SS X 15-5-6 1\ t- - eN ~ II) if )\ SS ~ 6-6-4 I- eN~ 10) 0' j X SS 1-1-1 - '-" eN" 2) le- SS I>: WOH,WOH.1 - I'-' L E G E N D E SAMPLES L I N.coum E D T V E Y '" P fo '" N ~ (ft) E .G 'E T ~ AU ~ SS 3-6.7 eN ~ 13) SS 4-6-7 (N" 13) SS X 7-7-7 eN'14) SS X 4-5-4 - eN "9) SS X 10-50/r - SS X 6.64 - :..\ eN ~ 10) SS [x 20-50/3~ - I'-' 1- k:; SS 1/\ I'- I-H eN"2) PL(%) "~,, 0"" '~) 41j!~(%J9 of 160 . SPT(bpJ) 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 9{l I - - 5 --.. 10 I'-r-- 1"--....... .............. '::}5 ..----- ..__V ..---- .-- 20 ---....... .......--.. --"1--- I---N '5 V - V l..--J.....- ........V 30 i V / 40 45 50 55 60 o 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 IOD - - - - . . . . - .... " , :'. . . '.: ''''''' "-'. .~ BORING NO.: PROJECT: LOCATION: DRILLED: PROJECT NO.: B-2-13 SR 846 QUARRY COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA November 9, 2004 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 ~MACTEC [, J[ -L.' --" [] D SOIL CLASSIF1CATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) C'A~~~~) E AND REMARKS E L ] N..cOUNT P G E D T ..IjlM(~O of 160 T E v E Y ~ H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANA TrON OF N P ~ '" . SPT (b]>Q N ~ '2 (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, D (ft) T E .<I M 0 ~ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 BROWN FINE SAND WITH TRACE ROOTS (SP) .~ AU -,--------------------~ FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) - SS "';.7 . Y (N=13) I- 5 - I- - SS 4-5,7 5 -,-------------------- (N= 12) FIRM TAN FINE SAND (SF) /i SS 6-7,7 (N= 14) ....1'--, -DENs'ETAN'Sii.1'YsAN15 wrr'HsifEllANDROCK- ss 2-2.30 ~ I- 10 FRAGMENTS (MODERATELY HARD UMESTONE) - (N=32) ~ 10 !'-- '- ss X '- "'; 13-50/3" r 15 - '-' 15 f- 20 - SS X 10-5013" - '-' 20 -25- SS X 50/3" I;I - --- 25 -,--------------------- >-I ---- ---- VERY FIRM TAN SILTY SAND wrrn ROCK AND 'i ...-- V SHEIL FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESfONE) X ---- ~ SS 14~16-8 .... - 30 - - - '-' (N=24) 30 -DENS'ETAN'Sii.1'YSAND wiiiCROcKANliSHELL --. " FRAGMENTS (MEDIUM HARD TO HARD LIMESTONE) -Y- '" - 35 - SS X 17-29-25 .. T - (N = 54) " 35 .l. "- ..,.L, "- I', -40 - SS 6 25.50/2" 40 --- -- FlRMGRAYFm'ETO cOAAs'ESILTYsAND Wrfu- -- ---- ---- SHELL AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED ---- ---- - 45 - LIMESTONE) SS X IQ..}J-7 . ---- (N= 18) j 45 I-mV-SOFTGREENISHGRAY SANDY CLAYWfrH -- / TRACE OF ROCK AND SHELL FRAGMENTS (CL) . ss X 1.1-1 . - 50 - - - (N=2) 50 " 55- - SS X WOHlI2"'{}.1 (N= I) 55 f- f- " I- 60 SS X WOHlI8".{}.O, BORItfG lERMWA1ED - - '" (N=O) 60 [] n [1 n r' [i II [i ~ ~ ~ " " ~ ~ 6 ~ ~ u u ~ " . ~ " " ^ - ;; i " z ~ '" ;.. 8 ~ is " Ll u u o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 1O0 - BORING NO.: B-2-14 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 8, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I D= EQUIPMENT, METIlOD, HOLE DIA., REMARKS, Agoube CME-75 (Auta-.Hamme:r) RotDry Wash with Mud 3 inches N 20' 20.540', W 8]" 35.102' r i U li THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE lNTERPRETA TION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCA 110N, SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER WCA110NS AND AT OTIIER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACESBEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL [1 , I D SOIL CLASSIF1CATION L E SAMPLES PL(%} _ A~j~ It~m~4 E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNT P G E D T ..~~~10f160 T E V E Y ro H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N P ro ro . SPT (bpD N ~ ~ (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, D (ft) E ! . . T N 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 SO 90 lOr - 0 LOOSE TO FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) ii '5l AU SS 1.1.0 .1 (No7) ~ 5 - <> f-- - SS 1].1].9 5 i-FfRMBROWNsUGHTIS' sn.'iTFiNE'sA:ND (SP) - - (N 0 20) II i> ss 6-6-7 i-FlRMTANSUGHfivsli:ITFlNESAND (SP) - - -- (No 13) :,' SS 6.6,6 ; i- 10 - I...'....'.........: f-- (N 0 12) 10 -VERy-Li)OSE-vjjRy Sn.1'YFlNE'SAND(SKW -- / Ii..:.. k- - 15 - Iii - ss I>< WOHlI2"-o,1 - I'-' (No J) , \ 15 -FlRMTAN SILTYSANDWiTHROEKAilDSHELL - - - \\\ '\ FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) [;< ~(f SS 4-7-17 r.. - 20 - - I'-' (No 24) 20 I'--. I'-- DENSETAiHiL'i'YSAND WffiHoCK AND SHErI -- I'-- ........ FRAGMENTS (SOFT TO MODERATELY HARD .J. - ~ ........ LIMESTONE) ~ SS 19,50/3" ........ - 25 - IL' --- 25 ~ V --- ~ V ss Ix 19-23.] I 1.- V - 30 t6 (No 34) 30 1'\ ~ ss )< 14-27.31 \ 35 - - '-' (N" 58) , -DENSE GRAy-siLty SANDWl'ffiROCK ANDS"HELL - I '\ FRAGMENTS (MEDIUM HARD LIMESTONE) ~ X r\ SS 1945-35 I- 40 - - (N 0 80) ..- 40 ---- --- - Vj;iNSOFTGREEN1SHGRA V SANDY CLAy-WIlli - - ---- TRACE OF ROCK AND SHELL FRAGMENTS (eL) V ---- SS X 21.2.J .-- i- 45 - (N 0 3) - 45 , ,I- 50 - SS I-1-J - (No2) 50 I - 55 - SS tx WOH,WOH.I - 55 SS [< 1-1-1 - 60 BORING TERMINATED - I'-' (No2) 60 [ ; "-1 t 1 [I [! [1 r ~ I, u [f I: . e . ~ ~ Q o ro ro <3 ~ < " u n " o o . ~ " o o N . o " Z '" o ro ~ f2 ~ ~ <3 " [] [.I t1 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 BORING NO.: B-2.IS PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COU1\T'fY, flORIDA DRILLED: November 8, 2004 d PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF I ~MACTEC I DRlI..l..ER: EQUIPMENT METIlOD, HOlE DlA.: REMARKS, Agoube C?v1E-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N26"20.682', W81" 35.159' r L I l nns RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPWRATION tOCA TION. SUaSURF ACE CONDffiONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIIER TIJIAES MAY DIFFER. INTERYACES BEWEEN SlRATA ARE APPROXJMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA ~ Y BE GRADUAL , r 1 ,_L: .J-j Il,,/i - '..,.:,,':' ::-': - 5 -',< !- -ilARD-IlMES'fo'NEWh'H LENSEsOF's1ifYCOARsE - G2 TO MEDRJM SAND ~ - 10 DRILLING TIME 7.5'TO 8,0' 2:17 8.0'TO 9.0' 4:42 9.O'TO m.o' 3:]8 10.0' TO ] 1.0' 3:47 - 15 - ]WTO 12.0' 5:16 12.0'TO 13,0' 1:01 13.0' TO 14.0' 3:18 14.ft'TO 15.0' 4:07 15.0'TO 16.0' 2:12 ]6.0' TO ]7,0' 2:]9 20 - 17,0' TO ]8,0' 1:0] r-l ! : I: D E P T H (ft) - 0 SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVJATIONS USED BELOW. LOOSE TO FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) ~ , ! [1 [ 1 [1 100% FLUID LOSS AT J6' r: 19.0' TO 20.0' 442 24,0' TO 25.0' 1:42 21.0' TO 22..0' 2:16 25.0' TO 26.0' 2:36 2MT02W 3:16 26,0' TO 27.0' 1:02 !-25- 22.0' TO 23,~ 1,46 27.0' TO 28.0'. I:JO [ : I: !- FfRMYO-LfuSE-Si'L TV FiNE YocoARsE SAND WiTIJ: !- 30 - ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) !- 35 - [[ ""i- 40 - g ~ ~ o " ~'- 45 - G ~ < ~ VERrLObSEGRAYVljRVCLAVFVSAND (Sc) -- [} u ~ ~ - 50 - ~ " ~ N . o 55- " ~ 21- ~ ~!- 6{) ~ is ~ BORlNG TERMINATED u u u u DRlLLElC EQUIPMENT: METHOD: HGLE DIA,: REW<RKS: P. Pitts B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches Ll f f I, <. THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPWRATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAYDlFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STIlATA MAY BE GRADUAL =Q T '" ~~ p,))l )\ - ~ ~ 'i'~ ~ , ~ 'l: ': ;;]i' <<, L E G E N D E SAMPLES L 1 N-COUNT E D T V E Y ~ ::0 tc:. P (ft) N E ! l ~ T SS 3.3-5 (N~8) SS 4-5.5 (N ~ ]0) - S8 6-8.JO (N~ 18) S8 5-7-6 " (N= ]3) NR 5010" - NR 0 5010" PLJ%) o,Il;~ ~ . ~(~W2 of 160 . SPT (bpD w a _ . ~ 6{) ~ W 00 100 ~ 1\ 5 I"" ]0 15 I' - ss ~ ]0-21-5012" SS [x 50/2" - r-' ss [x 4-8-12 - I'-' (N ~ 20) - SS [x 5-9-JO I'-' (N~ 19) / SS [x 2.).4 '. - I'-' (N'7) - ss [x 5-7-7 . I'-' (N= 14) - ss >< ]-2,1 '-' (N=3) S8 >< ].].1 - (N=2) 20 [,...------ vl.--- .--v .--- 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 SS X - 1-2-2 (N=4) 60 o W20304Q 50 6070 80 90100 - BORING NO.: B-2-16 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: December 3, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I pMACTEC I VERY LOOSE TO FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FlNE SAND 1_.:,:<'-,">:: ',~ (SP) :Ill i< , - .[,) -ilARD-IlMEs'fONf'-------- ----- - :::c I- 10 - DRlLUNG TIME I- 8,0' TO 9.0' 0,51 19,0' TO 10,0' },26 I IW.O'TOlLO' 1,05 , J!!9'!HJ..U.JD_LQS1!.~~I~ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ IS _ LOOSE TO FIRM SUGHTY SILTY FINE TO COARSE SAND WID! ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED LIMESTONE) 11 Ii fl l; [ 1 fI '" Ii i i [1 I - 20 I 1. - 25 - [ : 1-30- r~ I- 35 - [ ~ ,e- 40.- N ~ '" " ~ li: - 45 - 6 ~ < ~ If u [1 , .J DRILLING TIME , \ I 1.0' TO 12.0' 0,12 J \[l,Q:'[Q.l)&_lli.l12..__ - - - -- - - -_ _ _.J .1 HARD TO MODERAlELY HARD TAN LlMESTONE _ NO :::~:=VERED ~ 17.5 TO 18.0' ]:02 ..l.... 18,0' TO 19.0' "16 1-.-1..- 19,0' TO 20,0' 1,40 I I I 20,O'TO 21.0' },27 r=- 21.0' TO 22.0' 1:09 ,; ~\ I 22.0' TO 23.0' 1:42 \ 23.0'TO 24.0' 1;32 I 124,0' TO 25.0' 0,34 , \25.0' TO 26.0' 0:57 I ,2~O:IQZZ.Q: _0,.'____ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ J DENSE TO VERY DENSE SUGHTY SILTY FINE TO COARSE SAND WID! ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT TO MEDIUM HARD LIMESTONE) DR1U.ING TIME 27.0' TO 28.0' 0: 14 100% FLUID LDSS AT 32' D E P T H (ft) - 0 SOlI. CLASSIFlCA nON AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREViATIONS USED BEWW. ~ ~1- 50 - ~ I-VERYlOOSCToi.06SEGRAYVERY CUVEYSAND ~ (SC) ~ ~ . OJ- 5S - ~ ~ " ~ '" f:J ::; r- 60 BORING TERMINATED S1 L f i U DRl1.J..E1C EQUJPMENT, METIlOD, HOLEDlA, REMARKS, P. Pins B-50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches 1 TIllS RECORD lS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFAC'E CONDIDONS ATnIE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATJONS AND ATOTIlER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXlMATE. TRANsmONS BETWEEN' STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL. . L E G E N D ~ E SAMPLES PL(%) ",:' ~?~' '#;C,) L J N-COUNT ... ~(~3 of 160 E D T V E Y ~ :Q ~ P . SPT(bpt) (ft) N E to: ~ 1! T - ~ ~ 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 J( SS ~ 2-2-2 :'\ (N=4) SS 2.8,3 (N= II) '~ - SS 3-2-2 5 rx (N =4) '\ SS 3-4-5 (N=9) ss X 50Al" ? 10 - ..--- ..-..- X ..-./ SS 3-5-5 ...- - (N = 10) 15 --~ --r-. NR 50/0" r---r-- - r--- 20 25 30 I- i\ ~ 1\ f- ~\\'t ",. 40 - 45 ~~ 50 [;:i', ~k~ ~.~ V0a; 55 60 0102030405060708090100 - BORING NO.: PROJECT: LOCATION: DRILLED: PROJECT NO.: B-2-! 7 SR 846 QUARRY COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA December 2, 2004 6787-04-2135 PAGE] OF ] PMACTEC I ,---- LOOSE TO FmM GRAY TO BROWN FWE SAND (SP) ~Ii -5- li(- ~---------------------- HARD LIMESTONE .L DRllLINGTIME .1. M TO 9.& LOS h 9.0'1'0 10.0' 1:02 , \ 10.0' TO 11.0' 032 I ,1.llil"j,fl.!LIlLI.Q~ilJJ.,,,ANQ)Q,~ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j LOOSE TO FmM TAN SUGHTL Y SILTY FINE TO _ ] 5 _ COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (VERY SOIT h UMESTONE) , ::J \ DRllLING TIME I 111.00TOI2.0' 0,]4 I Jb~m~~J~~_____________J - 20 - HARD TO MODERATELY HARD TAN LIMESTONE r DRILLING TIME '" JI6,O'TO 17,0' 3,59 I " 117.0' TO ".0' 2,52 I '" I ]8.0' TO 19,0' 0,49 J ~ ]19,0' TO 20,0' 1,05 J f- 25 ~Q9'&cF.b\!lDJ.Q.S~,u,V:"-___________J 1\ l- VERY FlRM TO DENSE SUGHTY Sll..TY FINETO '" COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOITTO IJ MEDIUM lIARD LIMESTONE) DRIllING TIME '\\ \.-- 30 - 20.0' TO 21.0' 0:21 ~ l- 21.O'TQ22.0' 0:19 !J 22.0' TO 23,0' 0,24 _I ! i. r'r Ii r' I, [' l r I; f' I' I r' L D E P T H (ft) - 0 SOIL CLASSIF1CA nON AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEETFOR EXPlANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, - 10 J' 2M TO 27,0' 0,19 _ 35 _ 27.O'TO 28.0' 0:09 100% FLUID WSS AT 27.5' ! I e - 40 ~ r; li . a '" ~- 45- 6 ~ j n lJ ~ '" ~ ~ ::l ~ ~ ~ " ~ 0.1- 55 '" z 2 o ~ . i2 ,.. ... 5 " [1 , , L [~ f- 60 u DRIllER EQUIPMENT, METIlOD, HOLE DIA.: REMARK& r' I, f-VERY-WOSE-GRAYVERycT.'YEYSAND {sq -- 50 - BORING TERMINATED P.Pins B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches l ~. TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORA nON LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OrnER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIIER TlMESMAY DIFFER INTERFACESBEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL ~ 11<11 ", ~\t v ~.",' ,. ~, 0W 5{/.? :;7~ ~a '/: % ):, L E G E N D E SAMPLES L I N-COUNT E D T y E Y fo ~ fg N P (ft) T E ! ~ :l; SS ~ 2.....3 (N=7) SS ~ 3.....3 (N~7) - SS 2-4-5 (N=9) SS 9,7.]0 E:: (N= 17) NR ~ 5010" - SS b< 2.9.9 - ~ (N= 18) SS b< 5010" - "-' ss Ix ]4-15.10 - (N= 25) SS ~ 5,9-23 - (N = 32) Agl'1MMtem 1)lQ(%) Jt."tb~~1 Z~, 2807 "1I'.~4 of 160 . SPT (bpI) 30 40 50 6() 70 80 90 100 PL~%) 10 20 . ~ . \ v]O VI---' V,/ .vv !'---..t--- t---I---- t---........ '-0;20 v........ VV vV I.. I 15 25 ~ \ \ .. 30 SS X '-' 16-27-26 (N=53) 35 SS X 2741,5011" - SS X 8-14-]5 - '-' (N=29) SS rx 1-1-2 - IL' (N= 3) SS rx ].2,1 IL' (N= 3) 45 50 55 - ss rx ~ 60 2,3.2 (N= 5) o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - BORING NO.: B-2-18 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, flORIDA DRILLED: December I, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I t- iiARD- LiMEsToNE, NOSAMf>LE REcOVERED - 10 -h DRlU.lNGTIME II I , 'iSO'T09,O' 2,00 I \9.0'TO 10,0' 1,27 I ,@%Wl.JlLLQSjiaut. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J LOOSE TAN SUGHTL Y SD..TY FINE TO COARSE SAND 15. wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATIlERED LIMESTONE) r \ DRlLLING TIME I .J. \ 10,0' TO 11.0' 0,45 I PT ~~~Q~~~fl______________l HARD TO MODERA TEL Y HARD TAN LIMESTONE ~.. t- 20 - DRD..LING TIME ~ I5.0'TO J6.0' 0:48 16,O'TO 17.0' 6.00 .J. 17.0'TO IB.O' 6:4U I 18,O'TO 19,0' 1053 ' ~~-I~TO~ 1~ ( ,20.0 TO 21.0 0:39 f )21.0' TO 22,0' 0043 21.0'T023.0' 0;17 h.!lO",/H'l-!J.lQ.LQ'i> a.T.ll",j AN]) 1P~ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I ;, I ILOOSETAN SUGHTLY SD..TY FINE TO COARSE SAND' ,,\ c- 30 - iF.IT!!.""Q[-~G."1&~~y"SQFIL~QNJ;L' ..." VERY FIRM TO DENSE SllGHTY SD..TY FINE TO ' , COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) [1 i r r ! [' I, [ 1 r! t 1 [ , r T I l, [ : [ ; - 35 [j " t-40- ~ e- " '" " t- 45 - " G ~ ~ fl [f 11 ~ ~ :i - 50 - ~ ::: " . N " o 55 '" ~ o " e- [;j ~I- 60 i5 " u u II DRillER EQUIPMENT, METIlOD, HOLE DlA.: REMARKS, [j D E P T H (ft) t- 0 SOIL CLASSlFICATION AND REMARKS L E G E N D SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPlANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. WOSE TO FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) ~Hii i '(,j- ./ - 5 DRlLLING TIME 24,0' TO 25.0' 120 25.0' TO 26.0' 0:17 26.0' TO 27.0' 0;27 27.0' TO 2&.0' 0:20 100% FUJID WSS AT 32' 40.0' TO 41.0' 0:45 41.0'T042.0' 0:42 42.0' TO 43.0' 0:12 "'Ide 0.\ -/1' J- VERY-U)Os'E"GRAY TOOREEN-VERY CIJ;YEY8AND (8q I" ~ ~", , , >Z' CI 'i BORING TERMINATED E L E V (ft) SAMPLES N-COUNT PL~%) Ag~,tem l'/.\!i%l 3,,~l,,(,!il);;. 2~, 2807 "~~50f160 . SPT (bpn 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 If J D E N T T Y P :0 f.::, ~ E .! ~ ~ 5S 2.34 ., (N'7) 3-3-2 ~~ (N.S) 4-5-6 (N = 1I) 5~5-3 (N.S) 50/0" C/JO ..-1--" v"- ..-..-"- ~--t-- --t-- 1"--........ --...; 20 ss - 8S - SS NR Ir r:= t- ss ~ 2.54 - I'-' (N'9) NR r; 5010" - 8S X 10-50/2" - '-' SS 2~19-19 - (N'3S) S8 ~ 10-14-8 - i'-' (N . 22) 88 X 9-]2-11 '-' (N. 23) 40 15 r 30 // ,// ,/ If / . ss Ix S~10-12 ~ - (N'll) V 58 X 2.1.1 I - '-' (N'2) ss ~ l~l-l - I'- (N'2) 45 50 55 f;:; _ 88 JL: 2-1-1 (N'2) 60 o JO 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 lOG P.Pitts B-50 Rotary Wasb with Mud 3 incnes - BORING NO.: PROJECf: LOCATION: DRILLED: PROJECT NO.: TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SlJBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACECONDnlON5ATOTHER WCATlONS AND AT OTIlER TIMES MAY DIFFER INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL B-2-19 SR 846 QUARRY COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA December 1, 2004 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 !1MACTEC D SOIL CLASSlFlCATION L E E AND REMARKS E L P G E T E V H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. D (ft) - 0 LOOSE TO FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) ~," ::,' - 5 - I- - ::'; 1-~-~fuNE-------------- 10 -h DRlUJNGTIME :1..1- \ 8.0' TO 9.0' 1:01 I 'ti'J&1~d'GHN1JL1Y FINE 'focoARsE SANDWrtH J ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED LIMESTONE) i- 15 DRlUJNGTIME \ IO.O'TO 11.0' 0:12 I I \11.0'TO 12.0' 0:22 I I IkO~TQ!1.!t_O.;l'L _ __ ______ ___ _ J HARD TO MODERATELY HARD TAN LIMESTONE. NO I- 20' SAMPLES RECOVERED t;r' DRlUJNGTIME , 15.5' TO 16,0' 0,30 J 6.0' TO 17.fY 052 .L 17.O'TO 18,0' 1I:40 I S I 1 8,0' TO 19,0' H5 I I- 25 - ,19,O'TO 20,0' 3:11 ,20,0' TO 21.0' 0.48 I ~U '21.0' TO 22,0' 0:23 I I?(... 22.0' TO 23,0' I :12 I 11.Q.O% B.-lLJJ'?J.Q~ a.T-P.'...- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J VERY FIRM TO DENSE SUGHTY SD..TY FINE TO I- 30 - COARSE SAND WITH ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT UMESTONE) IOOO/., FLUID LOSS AT 32' DRIlliNG TIME 40.5' TO 41.0' 1;36 _ 35 _ 41.0'T042.O' 1:10 42.0' TO 43.0' ] :01 II J; ; fi II r! l, [l [1 [ [ [ : t: ~L'!' 45.0' TO 46.0' 1:46 46.0' TO 47.0' 0:12 n u € - 40 g ... " " '" m G '" " ~ 45 - i-VERYiooSETOWOSEGRXYVEk'Y CLAftYSAND (SC) [J ;;: " 50- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ;:; ~ 01- SS " z '" o '" ... :2 ~l- 60 BORING TERMlNATED o ~ u u u DRILI.ER: EQUIPMENT: METIlOD: HOLE DIA.: REMARKS; P.Pitts 8-50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches u L; TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTIIER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STI<ATAAREAPPROXlMAlE. TRANSmONSBETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL - ~~ 10'~ N ty; i'i fJ ~ r ?) ~., ~'. C:', '.f- ~, o - SAMPLES I N-COUNT T D Y E P ~ b :0 N E ~ ~ 1! T - ~ SS X 2.24 X (N=6) SS 2-5-5 SS I'x1 (N. 10) 4-5-5 rx (N= 10) ss 4.5-<> I':: (N. II) NR I'::: 5010" PL (%) _ AOOlI~ !t-:ffi ~ ..~j\j160f160 . SPT (bp~ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 :, 5 v 10 vV' . ---- .---- - ss tx 3-2-3 ~., - I'-' (N= 5) NR i:;:; 5010" - ~ SS f>< 6,20-5 - ~ (N = 25) 55 rx J2-lJ-12 (N' 23) 15 ------I--.. 1---1--..1-- ----.. __ 20 VV vV ..-- 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 L- _ SS IZ 2-1-3 (N=4) 60 o 10 20 m _ m 60 ~ W ~ 100 - BORING NO.: B-2-20 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 30, 2004 PROJECT NO_: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF I I ~MACTEC I r ;- i i i l D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) A~ Item ilLrc;~ E .I\ND REMARKS E L I N.COl.1l'..'"T " g"fJ1t!f\ 1[,,,, 23, 2 0 P G E D T "'~%II27of160 T E v Y H SEE KEY SHEET POR EXPLANATION OP N E P fo ~ ~ . SPT (bpD (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIA TrONS USED BELOW, D (ft) N E . 'l! .. T - " ~ - 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FINE SANn AND SUGI!1l. Y ~ Sll.TY FINE SAND (SP, sp.sM) 'Sj. 1/ SS 5-5-7 (N~ 12) SS IV 7.7.5 (N ~ 12) I- 5 - - - SS 4.<;,7 5 (N ~ 13) ~ SS 5.10.8 (N'18) SS 3.5.15 r--.. f- 10 - f- MoDERATELY HARDLiMEsTo'NEWiTIi IENS'fuCOF - I- - (N ~ 20) " lO HARD LlMESTONE ....... " DRIll1NG TIME ....... 10.5' TO I W 0,45 " 1 1.0' TO 12.0' 1:28 SS X J6-50!2- ., - IS - 12.0' TO 13.0' 0:39 15 14.5'TO 15.0' 0145 15.0' TO 16.0' 0:44 t>< 16,O'TO 17.0' 0:54 I ..y SS 21-38-5011" \l7,O' TO 18,0' 2046 I - 20 - vQQ~F.1Ul!:LI.QS~1lT 11 ,i@.Q.~' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J :r - I'-' 20 DENSE TAN Sll.TY SAND WITH SHELL AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (HARD LIMESTONE) ..L,.J. DRlLLING TIME ..,.., SS rx 5010" 25 - h 18.5'TO 19.0' 15,38 '.1. - i'" / 25 119.O'T020.0' 10:34 /' 20.0'1021.0' 5,17 I~ V V 121.0'TO 22.0' 3,53 I 122.0' TO 23.0' 2:27 I ' rx ....V V 123,0'1'024,0' \:15 I' SS 38.25.9 I- 30 - Q.W~~O~.1'!!L __ ___ ___ __ ___J .1. I'-' (N " 34) 30 FIRM TO DENSE TAN SILTY SAND WITH SHELL AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) ~ DRlLUNG TIME S( - 35 - 25.0' TO 26.0' 0:51 SS 29-19~15 26.0' TO 27.0' 0:34 ~ - '-' (N'34) 3; 27.0' TO 28.0' 0:53 4O.0'TO 41.0' Ll6 41.0' TO 42.0' 0:37 X 16,19.22 -40- 42.0' TO 43.0' 0:40 SS ~ (N ~41) / 40 - 45 - SS ~ 22.14-9 I - (N'23) 45 1---------______________ 1/ SOFT GRAY SANDY CLAY WITH SOME ROCK (CL) .1- 50 - SS tx 5.2,3 II - i'" (N'5) 50 SS rx 6+4 I- 55 - (N "8) 55 -60 SS X 343 BORING TERMINATED I- - '-" IN '7) 60 I' , ' I I. ( ; I: r: I, [ 1 ! r i, [; [ i I: r; ~ j:; ,.. " " ro ro i3 ~ '" '" u fTo It Oi '" ~ ~ ~ '" ~ ~ ~ N t [ '" ;;: " :i! ,.. ~ ,.. ,; o ~ o 10 W 30 W W ~ m ~ ~ 100 DRII..l:.E.Rc EQUll'MENT, METIlOD, HOLE DIA" REMARKS, P.Pius B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches - BORING NO.: B-2-21 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 18, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS ATTI-IE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIIER TIMFS MAY DIFFER. JNTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL , LOOSE GRAY FINE SAND (SP) ,::;> ~,--------------------~ ' FIRM GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) - 1:0:/ 5 - w\cj ~MoDERA1'ELY HARDUMESToNE - - - - -- f- ]0 - Core from lQ.O'lO 15.1Y, REC=78%,RQD=25% ~ DRlLIDIG TIME P=;J 9.0'10 lO.O' 2.43 ~ ID.O'TOll.O' 100 11.0' TO 12.0' 040 ~ 15 12.0' TO 13 0' 0'}8 100"10 DRIU..ING FLUID LOSS I' ~J~~__________________J MODERATELY HARD TO HARD LIMESTONE . ~~ 50 - ~ -vERVFmM""YO LOOSE GRAYSUGHn:V SiLTY-FiNE" ~ SAND WITH ROCK (SOFT LIMESTONE) ;; .; o 55- o ~ o ~ ~ " ~ ~ ~ is ~ [I ...J i [l [ r n [i - 20 - rr i l, _ 25 - [; - 30- ..C" [; .~ 40 ~ ~ ~ o o gp- 45 - a ~ < " u [.1 ., [! [1 ..., Ll D E P T H (ft) - 0 SOIL CLASSIF1CATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPUlNATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, ~ ,- ~ ..L II I';'~I 1 I~~I t9 ~ ~ t"\' DRlll.E1C EQUIPMENT, METIlOD, HOLE DIA., REMARKS, u 35 - DRILLING TIME ]4,0' TO 15.0' 1,38 15.0' TO 16.0' D:37 16.0' TO 17.0' 0:24 17.O'TO ]8,0' 0,30 Core from 15.0' to 20.0': REC"" 83%, RQD"" 28% 19,0' TO 20,0' U3 20.0' TO 21.0' 4:21 21.0' TO 22.0' 823 100% DRll.LING FLUID LOSS AT21.0' 22.0' TO z.:tO' 4: 10 23.0' TO 24.0' !;37 24.0' TO 25.0' 1:13 25.0' TO 26.0' 1 :24 26.0' TO 27.0' 0:56 100% DRll.,UNG FLUID LOSS AT 26.0' 27.0' TO 28.0' 0:36 28.0' TO 29.0' 1:14 29.0' TO 30,0' 0,43 30.0'T03LO' 0:26 31.0' TO 32.0' 0;37 32.0' TO 33.0' 0;45 100% DRIlLD'JG FLUID LOSS AT 32.0' Li Core from 30,0 to 35.0': REC"" lOOOIo, RQD = 92% Core from 35.0' to 40,0': REC = 920/", RQD "" 70% 60 BORING TERMINATED L E G E N D E SAMPLES PL(%) A=)ltem f)[Qa.$~ L N-COum ~ I 301. ,e,2::;,2 E D T ."l'!Ill)fIl~8 of 160 V E y \0 ~ ~ p . SPT(bpf) (ft) N E .5 ;ij ~ T 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 ss 34-6 (N~ 10) ~ SS 5.7-8 (N~ 15) - ss ~ 6-8-] J 5 (N=19) lL SS 8.5.6 fx (N= II) SS 3-50/3" 10 RC SS 14-19-S0W - 15 RC SS 5015" - 20 SS ~ 50/0" - 25 SS 50llM 30 RC SS 50J4M - 35 RC SS 50-5011" - 40 SS tx 50/4~ - I"" 45 ss tx 27.50/3" - V": V,- 50 vV' SS ~ J4.16-]1 IVV '-' (N = 27) / 55 SS 'X 4-5-5 / - (N = 10) 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 lOO - Agoubeffeslicko CME- 75 (Auto-Hammer) Ro'tUy Wash with Mud 3 inches l' THIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION . LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL BORING NO.: PROJECT: LOCATION: DRILLED: PROJECT NO.: B-2-22 SR 846 QUARRY COLLIER COUN1Y, FLORIDA November 15,2004 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 6MACTEC I i [1 rl , l j [j [[ (T 1 f[ f'[ lj [! [j U ~ ~ ~ n r~l J [! [1 u LOOSE GRAY FINE SAND (SP) , " , :;z ',,', -~TO-VERYFiRMGRAYTOBF1:;WNFlfiESAND- ~'.' ::"', :'",' <>- ','.,',,' ,"..':,:1- ".,., . ',:' '."'.", - ~". I"".. ',",- ~~LWEITO~--------------- I L.1.- T T D E P T H (ft) I- 0 ~ JO - - 15 SOIL CLASSIF1CATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, 25 - L E G E N D DRIllING TINffi I- 30 - 27.~ TO 28.0' 0:59 28.0' TO 29.0' 1:46 29.O'T030.0' U8 30.0' TO 31.0' 0:39 ~ 31.0'TO 32.0' 1:00 I 1-35- \~~~~~_~L_____________J FIRM TAN SILTY FINE TO MEDIUM COARSE SAND ~ WID! SHELL AND ROCK (VERY SOFT LIMESTONE) 11/ -DENSETANaiaHTI..YSlLTYFINETOMEDWM--- I COARSE SAND (MEDRIM HARD LIMESTONE) ~ I- 40 - DRlLllNG TIME ~ 42.0' TO 43.0' 1:58 43.0' TO 44.0' 1:38 44.0' TO 45.0' 0:29 I \ 45,~ TO 46,0' 0:27 I hI; 146.~T047.O' 0:24 I , \fi&TQ~TO%:~-------~----_-1 =s=; ~ I- ~ o " ~L 45 - " . < r60 I- LOOSE GREEN CLAYEYFlNESAND Wi'hTROCK(sC)- BORINO TERMINATED - -:fIRMTANSIf.TYF"ThjE"ro'MEDIDM COARSEsAND -- (l; _ 50 _ WITH SHElL AND ROCK (VERY SOfT UMESTONE) ~ ~ ~ " ~ ~ N . o 55- " z ~ o '" ~ :2 ~ -' a ~ U l DRILLER EQUIPMENT: METHOD: HOLE D1A.: REMARKS: P.Pitts CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches l TIIIS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmoNS AT THE EXPLORATION WCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TlMESMA Y DlFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL :J,., /; I- ~/. E SAMPLES PLJ%) C'~ L I N-COUNT E D T ... ~(i\.f9 of 160 V E Y ~ ~ ~ p . SPT (bpQ (ft) N E l! l J; T 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 If S5 3.54 r\ (N=9) SS 7-9-9 (N= 18) - S5 8-10-H 5 (N-2I) V SS 545 (N =9) S5 3.J-(i - (N=9) 10 SS :x 7.7.7 - (N-14) - 55 tx 7,8,7 f- (N = 15) tx :; - SS WOR-O-o ~ IN=O) SS tx 50/0" - f- - S5 tx 7.9,9 I'-' (N= 18) SS tx 30-29-25 - '-' (N= 54) 15 lit 20 25 40 . SS 12! 45 50/0" " _ S5 X 14-8-5 (N= 13) 50 SS X - 4-2-3 (N = 5) Ci 55 _ S5 5-6-6 (N= 12) ~ 60 010 20 30 405060708090100 BORING NO.: B-2-23 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLlER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 15, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I 6MACTEC I 1_, -,~ i D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES E AND REMA.RKS E L I N-COUNr P G E D T T E V E Y Ie SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N P Ie Ie H N 1l ~ (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIA nONS USED BELOW. D (ft) T E N - 0 TAN FINE SAND (SP) j::,>< AU I- FfRMDARi<!Th.OWNFINESAND WlfHORGAN'fcS (SP}1'- I:' .( SS 4,8.8 1---------------------- (N= 16) _ 5 _ FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) :<: - SS 5-8.9 ':' (N= 17) < ss 2.8-10 I-FfRMTANSlLTYFiNEsANDlsp.SM) - - - - -- 1.": ',:, (N- 18) li/- ss 4-6,5 10 - - (N= II) 1-,--------------------- TAN SILTY SAND WII1i ROCK AND SHELL FRAGMENTS (HARD TO MODERATELY lIARD ~ LIMESTONE ) .. SS 5012" - IS - - ~ T -1 .1. T, SS rx 50/4" I- 20 - 'I - I'-' T I- GRAy-siLfYSANDWTrH ROCKANDSHEU - - - ..1. ..1. FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFf TO HARD LIMESTONE) ~ rx I- 25 - 5S 12-9-9 - I'-' (N= 18) T .J .1...1 'I SS rx 29~5012" I- 30 - . I'-' .... - 40- " ~ -TAN SILTYSAND wmCROcKAND SHELL - - - - - b FRAGMENTS (WEATIlERED TO VERY SOFf ~ _ 45 _ LIMESTONE) '" ~ < ~ ! 1 [ 1 n [1 r: f' [ ! [: .J.' - 35 - I; , 1 [l [J . ~- 50- ~ ~ " ~ ~ ;:: . 0-55 '" ~ o m ~ E - 60 ~ 6 " [] u u DRll.LER: EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DIA" REMARKS, Ii ~~--------------------- TAN FINE TO COARSE SILTY SAND WITIl ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFf LIMESTONE ) ~ :\ l(~ SS )( 9~J4-15 (N=29) ss )( 3-5-36 - (N=41) SS X 5-6,10 - '-' (N = 16) SS X 3-]-4 - (N= 7) SS Y WOHfJ'-Q.j - (N= I) - '~ -VERYSoFfdREENISHGRAVSLIGHTI.YSANDY- -- CLAY WIn! TRACE SHELL (CL) BORING lERMlNATED _ SS X WOH/6"-I-1 - (N=2) PL(%)A~~lte;.~ \:!t2~ ~,J( '" Ii1Mt(~O of 160 . SPT (bpQ 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 ~ L 10 ----...... ......j--... r---:---- IS 50 55 60 o 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - . . . ,;. ~:.'_:.__., BORING NO.: B-2-24 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 4, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I 6MACTEC I Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wasb with Mud 3 inches N 26" 20.710', W 81" 34,954' L; i l. TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS ATTIIE EXPLORATION WCATION. SUBSURFACECONDmONS AT01HER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXWATE. TRANSmONS BETWF.J::N STRATA MAY BE GRADUAL D E P T H (ft) - 0 ~ \ ~Q.~T~TO GRAYflNE'SAND(SPj - - - - ill> I.".> ,,----------____________ Li: 5 _ FIRM BROWN FINE SAND (SP) r _ '..,...... ii ....'.. f- E SAMPLES L 1 N-COUNT E D T V E Y ft, (0 ~ P (ft) N E to ~ 'E T - ~ M SS ~ J.3-5 (N=8) SS X 4.5-6 (N= lJ) SS X 5.6-6 (N'12) SS X 6.7-6 (N= 13) SS X 6,8-7 - (N= ]5) ['i I: 11 [j [ 1 - 15- r; SOlI. CLASSIFICATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXP!.ANA TION OF SYMBOL'; AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW, f[ - 20 -fiARD-liMES'fONE-------------- [ , L - 25 ' FlRMTANVERYSTI.fYFlNETO coXRSKsANDWITH- ROCK FRAGMENTS (WEATHERED LIMESTONE) r: -,--------------------- DENSE TAN Sll..TY SAND WITH SHELL AND ROCK , 30 - FRAGMENTS (MODERA TEL Y HARD llMESTONE) 'FlRMfJN"ETQCOARSESILTY SANDWIDffRAdf -- SHEll FRAGMENTS (WEA 1HERED LIMESTONE) r' II I- 35 - [; ~-40- ~ ;- o ~ :li - 45 - a ~ < ~ [! u ;;: ~t- SO - :'! ~ :<l ;;; ~ ~'--- 55 - ~ o " ;- ~ ;-- 60 ~ is ~ n U u [j BORING TERMINATED L E G E N D '" '" >5' LL T- ~ ~~ I ~. DRll...l...ER; EQUIPMENT. METIlOD, HOLE DIA. REMARKS. Agoube: Ctv:lE-75 (Auto-Hanuner) Rotary Wash wi1h Mud 3 inches N 260 20,719', W 810 34.76]' - SS X ]2-25.19 - (N = 44) PL(%) "'~':;~"~ 4.1?~(%,,1 of 160 . SPT (bpD 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90H ~ 5 --. 1'\ 1'\ ... ]0 15 ss I>< 13,39,501J" f- ss I>< 5,3-9 - f- (N'12) SS X 50/5" - ~ SS)< 3,7,13 - (N = 20) SS?\ 4-9.10 - '-' (N=l9) SS X 5-7-7 (N = ]4) "- " i"---i'-, 20 j..---'V ------ ------ oK' ----I- 1"----....,-...., -...., -,; 30 ----- 1-"--- j..---'I--' v 25 40 '. 45 ss ex - f- 2-3-J (N=4) 50 55 60 o JO 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 ~ BORING NO.: B-2-25 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 4,2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 , ~MACTEC II r , I l. TIllS RECORD ISA REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THEEXPWRATION WCA TION. SUBSURFACE CONOmONS AT OTRER LOCATIONS AND ATOTllER TIMES MAY DIPPER. n-JiERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. lRANSmONS BElWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL . SS X - f- }.]-2 (N~3) - r. SS lX ~ 2-1-1 (N=2) D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNT P G E D T fi T E V E Y :0 ~ ~ H SEE KEY SHEETFOREXPLANAll0N OF N P ,_i (ft) SYMBOlS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. D (ft) N E ~ ~ ]; T I- 0 LOOSE GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) Sl,( ~ SS 2~2-4 r; (N=6) lOO%FUJID LOSS AT [2.5 AND 16' - .." .','.'. SS IX 2-4-4 ',: rx (N=8) f- 5 - ::)- - SS 5.5,5 ~ (N- ]0) [J .', SS 2-54 {> I- (N=9) SS ~ 2-3-4 I- ]0 - - (N=7) [ 1 ?;.! Ix f- ]5 - SS 2-2-4 ~ - (N=6) n -~--------------------- LOOSE TO FlRM SUGHTY SILTY FlNE TO COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFf LlMESTONE) ~\ - 20 -DENSE TAN SlL1YsAND WtfirsHill.ANIiROCK -- - ss ~ 1-5012" FRAGMENTS (HARD LIMESTONE) ~ n DRILLING TlME 19~'TO 20,0' 6.24 20.0' TO 21.0' 14:40 2.1.0' TO 22.0' ]:54 I~~I NR ;=; 50/0. - 25 22.0' TO 23.0' U8 ~ U 23,0' TO 24.0' 1:20 24,0' TO 25,0' ].56 25.0' TO 26.0' 2.30 T 26.0' TO 27.0' 3.2] 27.0'T02Il.O' 3:14 p::;=r SS X 50/0" r: -- 30 - 28.0' TO 29.0' 2:05 - 29,0' TO JO.O' ].01 T'T UiO~TQ..3J,Q:.. -1liJ..1_ _ _ "!Q.Q"4.fh.U.llU-QS~..A.I ;U'__ ::\' VERY FlRM TO DENSE TAN SILTY SAND wrrn SHEU AND ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFfUMESTONE) _C I- 35 - - - SS 9-17-11 DRILLlNG TIME (}I = 28) 41.0' TO 41.0' 2:12 42.0' TO 43.0' 1:05 SS r>< 6-]0-14 - - ~ (N = 24) 40 f\ SS r>< 35.33.17 1'\ \- - IL' (N = 50) 45 ~ I- -- SS X 14-26-24 '-' (N = 50) 50 ~ // 5S X 2.3.3 V -- (N=6) 55 ,'l 0 -- ss X J.2.3 (N=5) 60 0 ]0 20 30 40 SO 60 70 80 90 100 ~ BORING NO.: B-2-26 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COUIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 29, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 I ~MACTEC I L 46.0' TO 47.0' 47.0' TO 48.0' 1:10 1.01 L ~f- 40 - ~ ~ il g~ 45- a ~ :i [] ~ ~- 50-- ~ " ~ o N ~ ~- 55- ~ o ~ ~ E 60 -' <5 " BORING TERMINATED rl WOOEOAAY~YcunY~(~------ [j u DRJLl..ER, EQUIPMENT: METIlOD: HOLE DrA.: REMARKS. P.Pitts B.50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches II LJ [ TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT THE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT OTHER WCA noNS AND AT 0TIf:ER TIMES MAY DIFFER lNTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXlMATE. lRANSITlONSBETWEEN S1RATA MAY BE GRADUAL PLJ%) "0' ' NO' '~-- .. ~(~jl2 of 160 . SPT (bpf) to ~ 30 ~ ~ ~ W M W ]00 .~ 10 IS -.r--__ -...... r--r-.; 20 25 v"-- VV ......v JO J5 [1 r r I, t ~ [1 D E p T H (ft) - 0 SOIL CLASSmCATION AND REMARKS SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIA TrONS USED BELOW, WOSE GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) - S - 10 -i-ID.Ro-LWESTONE--- - -- __ _ __ __ DRILLING TIME IOSTOIW 3,38 11.0'TOI2.O' 1030 I \ 12,0' TO 13,0' 150 I r IS \~~l.iIj;),W~~U<:'___________,j \ FIRM SUGHTY SD..TY FINE TO COARSE SAND 'mTH J l'-QCJ>EMCLlvl,l,NIS..fS.QIT ~Q>!!OL _ _ _ _ _ J HARD TO MODERATELY HARD LlMESTONE _ 20 _ DRD..lNG TIME 15.5' TO 16.0' 4:48 16.0'TO 17.0' 5:56 117.0' TO 18.0' 2:13 j18.0'TO'9,~ 1,07 I 119,0' TO 2M 0,S6 I - 25 -t1\MT&M~~fn'-FiNEToroARSEsANDWmCJ~ I 'I ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) " 1,1Q9',,-I;b\1!Iu.QS~Ar:ll~__ __ ___ _ _ _ _ J, I HARD TO MEDIUM HARD LlMESTONE I I 30 - IDRD..LING TIME I 124STO 2S.~ US I 7iO':"l!2 fQ,!t. _02'L _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j LOOSE TO FIRM SLlGHTY SD..TY FINE TO COARSE SAND WTI1l ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) JOO"iP FLUID LOSS AT 22 AND 32' DRJLLlNG TIME 40,O'T04W 7.'8 41.0'T042.Q' 1:16 42.0' TO 43.0' 0:48 [1 i i n [I f' i [, f: [: - 35 u 3 - 40 - ~ ~ Q 0 ~ - 45 ~ G ~ " If u " o ~ ~ " ~ N . ~f- 55 - ~ o ~ ~ i2 ~ " 5 " [J u r 60 u DRIU.ERo EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DLA.: REMARKS, 11 SO - BORlNG 1ERMINATED P. Pitts B-50 RotaJy Wash with Mud 3 inches Groundwater not recorded. [ TIllS RECORD IS A REASONABLE lNTERPRETA nON OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORA nON LOCATION. SUBSURFACECONDmONSATOTIIER LOCATIONS AND ATOTIIER T'IMESMAY DIFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL 1 , I L E SAMPLES PL(%) ~"<;'~~ E L I N.COUNT G E D T :. ~@(%~3 of 160 E v E Y ~ ~ ~ N N P ] ! )1 . SPT (bpn D (ft) T E 10 20 30 40 50 60 70809QIQ t{i< SS 3-4-5 , (N-9) S5 2-44 , litr (N~8) - S5 4-4.0 5 ~ (N~ 10) .~ SS 3-2-4 >< (N"'" 6) ss 4-4-5 ,'.','< - - f- (N~9) 10 \\\ S5 tx 4,8.8 .. - I'-' (N~ 16) 15 ., f"-r--r--- ..L..L I-.". '....... I'--- NR '" 5010" r-- 20 5S X 4-50/0~ - v.--- 25 ~ __V ~ S5 12-20.6 .---- !(i r - (N~26) / 30 1\ ;J tx SS 7~9-9 - - f-' (N~ 18) , ria- l>< ;\\ SS 6.7-10 - - '-' (N-I7) 40 1/ ~ ~ - ,,\ :y. ~ r 0' ~(\II' r SS Ix 4.3-4 " - (N- 7) SS X 4.5-5 - '-' (N . 10) SS 4-4.6 (N'IO) 55 45 50 Ie- _ ss ~ 3-4-7 (N~ II) 60 010 20 30 40 50 60 70 IW 90100 BORING NO.: PROJECT: LOCATION: DRILLED: PROJECT NO.: B-2-27 SR 846 QUARRY COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA November 24, 2004 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 ~MACTEC J'l u ~ ~ ~ [[ " '" ai 5 ~ [ , ~ j '" '" ,.; ~ ~ [] :s N v 0 '" ~ [J 0 '" ~ i2 ~ ~ i5 U ~ U -- L' ~ . [ j D SOIL CLASSIFICATION L E SAMPLES PL(%) ~': Il;r;; E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNT P G E D T ..~~p40f160 T E V E Y fD fo ~ H SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N N P . SPT (bpf) (ft) SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW. D (ft) T E ! l ~ JO 20 30 40 50 60 70 EO 90 100 - 0 LOOSE GRAY TO BROWN FINE SAND (SP) :r; ~ SS 2-3-4 Sl (N~7) SS 3-4-3 '. (N~7) - 5 - " ,',' - SS Ix 3.5.... 5 ,'.'{; (N~9) SS Ix 5-4-3 1/; ~ (N~7) SS 3.3-4 10 - ~--------------------- - (N~7) 10 HARD LlMESTONE ., ~ 15- DRllWGT~ ~. 10.5'1'011.0' 2,10 I X \ 11.0' 1'0 12.0' 1,08 , SS 9-4-4 - (N~8) 15 \ 12,0'1'013.0' 2,15 I I--- I!O~4.J'b.UlP1P-'iu..I g.a:, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ f --... \ WOSE SIlGIlTY Sll.TY FINE TO COARSE SAND WITH I -L ~ -- J<.Q<;;g.mG.."!mfS...i'!YM'!lm<E_!LL!ME-'il9l'!1'n. - - J f-Lrl 6 f- -- HARD TO MEDIUM HARD LIMESTONE -- T NR 50/0" -- ~ 20 - DRILLING TIME ~ - 20 16.0' TO 17.0' 1,45 17.O'TO 18.0' 3:11 1&,0'1'019.0' 1.45 V 19,0' 1'0 20.0' 4,07 I ~ SS 12~23-50/O" ~ 25 - ,20,0' TO 2l.O' 3<26 I ;:r - Co ----- 25 \21.0'1'022.1> "'7 /' 22.0'TO 23,0' 0,41 " 11.Q.Ol>l:1-!LIDJ..Q~<\.T.lLAWl.Jr. __ __ __ _ _ JI, \\ V /' '~M SUGHTY SILTY FINE 1'0 COARSE SAND WITH " ex ~ I !Q<;;g.mGM&N_TS.J~EJ 1.IM<:iT.Qli.EL - - - - _ J1 iJ SS 4.15-23 . !- 30 - 1 HARD TO MEDIUM HARD LIMESTONE 1 l- I'- (N ~ 38) / 30 \24.5: TO 25 '0: 2:05 J "\\ ~5,O TO 26,0 1,47 , 5< 35 - ~~~(l~SESI.lGHTYS1LfYF1NETO - - J ~ SS 4-12-16 iii COARSE SAND wrrn ROCK FRAGMENTS (SOFT - - "-' (N ~ 28) 35 LIMESTONE) DRILLING TIME X 40.0' TO 4l.O' 1:10 SS 2-5.28 . 1-40- 41.0' TO 42.0' 0:46 ~ 42.0' TO 43.0' 0<18 - - '-' (N" 33) 40 \\ ss !'x &,10.14 , ~ 45 - (N " 24) 45 ~~~OITroWffGAAYS~mCUY~W--- ).J J I- 50 - SS X 2-2-3 - (N. 5) 50 55 - SS 2.1-2 - (N '3) 55 SS X 2.2-2 -60 BORING TERMINATED I- - (N =4) 60 I- rJ r'l [ r II if , 11 [ I r; J.--~ () 10 W W ~ SO ~ m ~ 90 100 DRJLl.ER EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DIA" REMARKS, P.Pins B,50 Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches ~ BORING NO.: B-2-28 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY LOCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 29, 2004 PROJECT NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE 1 OF 1 , ~MACTEC I TIIIS RECOIID IS A REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDmONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCATION. SUBSURFACE roNomoNs AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND AT OTHER TIMES MAYDlFFER. INTERFACES BEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMATE. TRANsmONS BETWEEN STRATA MAYBE GRADUAL. I , i r r II rl U , , I I I f . I i [~ U rI ~ ~ [I 5 " ai '" ! G i< U :'i ~ " ~ ~ ~ ~ [] ~ ~ 0 " ~ U 0 '" ~ :J ~ ~ is " n U [ D SOIL CLASSIFICA nON L E SAMPLES "~ E AND REMARKS E L I N-COUNT .. fFJIlml:(4-"jlS of 160 p G E D T T E V E Y '" SEE KEY SHEET FOR EXPLANATION OF N P '" <0 . SPT (bp~ H N ." l1 (ft) SYMBOlS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED BELOW D (ft) E . .'l T 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 '0 W 0 DARK GRAY FINE SAND WITH SOME ROOTS ffiWD~TGAAYffiBX%~ij----- 5.6-6 ffiWBW~-IDffis~D~ij------- (N= 12) 5 5,7,7 5 (N = 14) 5-6-7 TAN SfLTYsAND WmlRocK AND SiiEII - - - - - (N = 13) FRAGMENTS (SOFT TO HARD LIMESTONE) 12-\9.]3 10 {N = 32) 10 14-26-9 15 (N=35) 15 5S 16-50tr 20 20 TANSR..TYSAND\VrnT"ROCKANDsliEil - -- - -. FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT TO SOFT LIMESTONE) SS 7,7-4 25 (N= II) 25 SS 14-16.26 30 (N = 42) 30 TANsn..n'SAND wmCoccASfo'NAL ROCK AND -- SHEIl. FRAGMENTS (SOFT LIMESTONE) SS 7~13-13 35 {N = 26) TANSfLTYsAND WffiiROCKANDsiijjll - - - -- FRAGMENTS (SOFT llMESTONE) ss 4-9-29 40 (N =38) 40 TANF1NErOCOARsESlLfy-SAND WITH-ROCK- -- FRAGMENTS (VERY SOFT LIMES1DNE) SS J.6,' 45 (N= 15) 45 TAN CLAYEY-SM'D WmIROCKFRAGMENTnVERY- SOFT LIMESTONE ) SS 6.9.5 50 (N= 14) 50 VERysofffOSOFrSUGH'iivSANoYCuYwfrif - TRACE SHELL (CL) SS 1-2.2 55 (N=4) 55 60 SS WOH.I.I (N=2) 60 BORING TERMINATED 0102030405060708090100 - BORING NO.: B-2-29 PROJECT: SR 846 QUARRY WCATION: COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA DRILLED: November 5, 2004 PROJECf NO.: 6787-04-2135 PAGE I OF I I !1MACTEC I DRlll.ER; EQUIPMENT, METHOD, HOLE DIA" REMARKs, Agoube CME-75 (Auto-Hammer) Rotary Wash with Mud 3 inches N 26' 20.831', W 8J" 34.863' THlS RECORD lSA REASONABLE INTERPRETATION OF SUBSURFACE CONDITlONS AT TIlE EXPLORATION LOCATION, SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS ATOTIIER LOCATIONS ANDATOTIIER TIMES MAY DIFFER. INTERFACESBEWEEN STRATA ARE APPROXIMAlE. TRANSrnONS BETWEEN STRATA MAy BE GRADUAL 1 Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 Page 136 of 160 '1 '1 ; } '") I , , f "1 ; , j Appendix B: Laboratory Test Results ~ r.... I I, Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 137 of 160 I' I I, 6MACTEC r' l i REPORT OF AGGREGATE TESTING II I; [ ; CLIENT: SR 846 DATE TESTED: December 14,2004 PROJECT: SK ~4[j PROJECT NO.: 6 (8(.D4-2130-01 1-' l. L [ , r: r' , As requested, MACTEC Engineering and Consulting Inc, has completed the Los Angeles Abrasion, Carbonate Content, Gradafion wl-200, & Plasticity Index testing and Moisture Content testing of Ihe samples delivered to our Jacksonville laboratory on December 8, 2004. The tests were performed in general accordance with FM T-096, FM T-514, FM T-027, & FM T-090 respectively. The results are summarized below and on atlached sheets. Los Angeles Abrasion Testing Sample J.D. Grading Percent Loss 8-2-22, 30'-33' A 62% 8-2-22, 10'-15' A 45% r' li Material Testing Table Sample No, Depth (ft.) Moisture Content Liquid Limit I Plastic Limit Plasticity Index Percent Carbonate 8-1.38 2.4 not performed not performed not performed 8-2-12 4.6 not performed not performed nol performed 8-2-12 37-38 not performed not performed 90,5 8-2-12 48,5-50 32.0 41 20 21 nol performed 8-2-21 58.5-60 30.7 27 17 10 not performed 8-2-22 10-15 not performed not performed 87 8-2-22 18-19 not performed not performed 87,6 8.2.22 30-33 not performed not performed 88.3 8-2-24 8-10 not performed not performed not performed 6-2'25 38.5-40 not perforn1ed not performed 72,9 8-2-28 53,5.55 30.2 26 I 18 8 not performed U [1 [f [1 l: I' RespeCtfully Submitted ~4;JJf w#~ f 1 I __I , i Ii roo, i' I, [1 [ : f' . f' I I, I: r f' ' I lJ [ ! [i u I! ,J: u l! , , r r l Particle Size Distribution Report Agenda Item No.7 September 25, 2007 age 0 1 U , " " o o g 0 i 8 $ 8 ;; . . - " . J . . . ~ . " - ! Ii , , I jl : I: , . : \ , j , i i j :1 , , : : , I: , : ! : : If ! i: I : ': : I: : : i : : :\ i I I " i~ T , 100 90 80 70 0:: w 80 :z u: 'z 50 W o 0:: w 40 a. 30 20 10 o 200 100 10 1 0.1 0.01 0.001 GRAIN SIZE - mm % SAND % SILT % CLAY uses AASHTO PL LL 98.0 1.9 SF A-3 - % COBBLES % GRAVEL 0.1 o SIEVE inches so PERCENT FINER PERCENT FINER SOIL OESCRIPTION o Light Tan Fine SAND SIEVE ....mbe< size o o .375 100,0 #4 99.9 #]0 99.8 #20 99.7 #40 94.5 #60 67,8 #100 20.0 #200 1.9 GRAIN SIZE REMARKS: o D60 0.229 D30 0,]69 010 0.126 COEFFICIENTS Cc 0,99 Cu 1.82 o Source: B-1-38 Sample No.: 2 Elev.1Depth: 2.0' '1.0' MACTEC ENGINEERING. AND CONSULTING, INC. Cllent Project SR 846 Pro eet No.: 6'/~'I-U4-2U5.Ul Reviewed B : r i, r' I , . r: i Ii [1 r: ! : r' 1 : I, r' I, i: r' I, f y I: fi I] r I j [I f i Ii 1. I' , I L; r , l" Particle Size Distribution Report Agenda Item No, 7 ? 7 Page 139 of 160 . . . 8 a 8 " " ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 ~ ~ . ; ; , ~i I ! 1 j : :~ , Ii i ! : : Ii , " I : ! I II -- : i [' :1 , : II! , , i Iii i ; " i I I I , I I I: , ':1 I I: " , n I I I " ,I , , : I \11 i " I II: ' , i; !I: I: ; I II! i: I ; ; I i : , : III : , I 100 90 80 70 ',0:: w 60 Z u: ~ 60 W o 0:: w 40 n. '0 20 10 o 200 100 1 0.1 GRAIN SIZE - mm 0,01 0.001 % COBBLES % GRAVEL 0.2 % SAND % SILT % CLAY USCS SP 1.8 AASHTO A-3 PL LL o 98,0 SIEVE PERCENT FINER SIEVE PERCENT FINER number 0 , #4 99,8 #10 99,7 #20 99,6 #40 92,1 #60 61.9 #100 15.4 #200 1.8 SOIL DESCRIPTION o Dark Brown Silty Fine SAND nches size .375 o 100,0 GRAIN SIZE REMARKS: o DSO D30 D10 0.245 0,179 0,114 COEFFICIENTS LIS 2,15 Cc Cu Sample N 0_' 3 o Source: R-'.-l? Ele.v./De_pth: 4.0'_6.01 MACTEC ENGINEERING. AND CONSULTING, INC. Client Project: SR 846 KevieVJed B : Pro eel No.: 6767-04-2135-01 T [; -" Particle Si~e Distribution Report Agenda Item No, 7 Q S 7 Page 140 of 160 . " t . . . ~ J ~ ~ i i ~ ~ 90 . " " " ~ . . . T , , , , , E N Ii ! i \; : : : I: Ii , II: : , II: : [ : , Iii , I : Iii ; i , : : 'I' , : ii : I: : : .. ; I :1 :1 .. , :' : I -i : 1 0,1 GRAIN SIZE - mm 0,01 0,001 100 [' I r-;- I: a: w z r , u: I l- t z w u a: r' w I a. L [ [' J..' 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 o 200 100 % COBBLES % GRAVEL 3.7 % SAND % SILT % CLAY o 21.5 74.8 USCS CL AASHTO A-7-6(15) PL 20 LL 41 r' l: r: SIEVE inches ,.. .5 .375 PERCENT FINER SIEVE PERCENT FINER number 0 ,.. #4 96,3 #10 96.0 #20 95,7 #40 95.4 #60 94.7 #100 90.4 #200 74,8 SOIL OESCRIPTION o Greenish Gray Brown Sandy CLAY with a Trace of LimerockFragments o 100,0 96.3 [i l)' II GRAIN SIZE REMARKS: o u D60 D30 D10 COEFFICIENTS L l, Cc Cu o Source: B.2~ 12 Sflmplf: No.: B Elev./Depth: 4&.5'.50.0' 1.., MACTEC ENGINEERING. AND CONSULTING, INC. Client Project SR 846 Pro eet No.: 6787-Q4-213j-Ol Reviewed B. [j. B I: [ r I, r' i , I I r' , , i. , r \, [ , . ' I I; L [ .. l; [' t ~ [ i " U U ! ' I" [' r' , i Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Particle Size Distribution Report , u . ~ .~ .,. s 000 !l 8 ~ ~ o . . 5 " s . " N ; ; " " N - . . 1/: - ..... I i i : lit : ')\ : '\' [ 1 , ! i Ii i I I I : " 'i I I] : I , , , : , : : I : : i : : . I : , I : :1111 I " , t i , : I, : " I , I,ll .i I I i I I I I : , ", I .. l , I: : , : i :1 I : : I 11 : " : : I: , , I : I : !I: I II , I Ii i I I 100 90 80 70 a:: ill 60 z u:: ~50 ill (,) a:: ill 40 D.. 30 20 10 o 200 100 1 GRAIN SIZE - mm 0,1 0,01 0,001 % COBBLES % GRAVEL 0.4 % SAND %SlLT % CLAY USCS CL AASHTO A-4(3) PL 17 LL 27 o 42.1 57.5 SIEVE PERCENT FINER SIEVE PERCENT FINER number 0 '" #4 99.6 #10 97.3 #20 93.7 #40 91.2 #60 86,3 #100 75,5 #200 57.5 SOIL OESCRJPTION o Greenish Gray Brown Very Sandy CLAY with a Trace of Limerock Fragments inches size .375 o ]00.0 GRAIN SIZE REMARKS: o 060 D30 D'0 0.0824 COEFFICIENTS Cc Cu o Source: B-2-21 Sample Nu.: 15 Elt:v./DqJlh; 58.5'-60.0' MACTEC ENGINEERING. AND CONSULTING, INC. 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AND CONSULTING, INC. Clitmt Project SR 846 Pro cl No,: 67S7.()4-2135.01 Reviewed B _ f' t, f; , i, I ! ; I' II [ , f' l: r 1 Ii l.J u u u I' L , ' , i [, r' I II r' I: < . 100 90 r' i I 80 I' t: 70 ! I: a:: ill 60 Z u: I- Z 50 ill (,) a:: : ill 40 0.. 00 20 '0 o 200 100 % COBBLES o SIEVE ilche$ si2:e .5 .375 D60 1.56 D30 0.202 D10 Cc Cu () Srmrc.p.~ R-7..?S " ~ ~ ~ Ii I! 11 II " " Ii : i t: : I" ~! Ilf % GRAVEL 18.8 PERCENT FINER o 100,0 92.0 GRAIN SIZE COEFFICIENTS Particle Size Distribution Report : : i' < < ~ ~ ?\; , i i % SAND 63.7 ~ 2 . : ~ g . . Ii i I .: I ,. , I: i I I '\ \ .... "'.' U1- i. I "1'1' II'il :] " " " ,\" I 'I i II! " ill , 1:1 1 0.1 GRAIN SIZE, mm % SILT % CLAY 17.5 SIEVE PERCENT FINER number 0 size #4 81.2 #10 64.4 #20 51.1 #40 41.7 #60 33.8 #100 24.9 #200 17.5 Sflmple No' 11 I MACTEC ENGINEERING. AND CONSULTING, INC. . CHent: Project SR 846 Pro eet No.: 6787-04-2135-01 ~ ~ Iii Ii I, :I! ii I I I Agenda Item No. 7 0" Page 143 ~f 160 u,_ n__ 0.01 0.001 I I USCS SM AASHTO A.I.b PL LL SOIL DESCRIPTION o Light Brown Clayey Sandy LIMEROCK Elev.JDepth: 38.5'-40.0' REMARKS' o Heviewed 8 . B.g "'-l " "-- 1 i 1 1 j " , Appendix C: Information Abont Your Geotechnical Report j , Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 144 of 160 ] Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 lMPORTANT INFORMAT10N ABOUT YOUR GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING REPORT 1 1 1 ] I I~ I / Jv; the client of a consulting geotechnical engineer, you should know that site subsurface conditions cause more construction problems than any other factor. ASFElThe Association of Engineering Firms Practicing in the Geosciences offers the following suggestions and observations to help you manage your risks. A GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING REPORT IS BASED ON A UNIQUE SET OF PROJECf- SPECII<1C F ACfORS Your geotechnical engineering report is based on a subsurface exploration plan designed to consider a unique set of project-specific factors. These factors typically include: the general nature of the structure involved, its size, and configuration; the location of the structure on the site; other improvements, such as access roads, parking 10t51 arid underground utilities, and the additional risk created by scope-aE-service limitations imposed by the client. To help avoid costly problems, ask your geotechnical engineer to evaluate how factors that change subsequent to the date of the report may effect the report's recommendations. Unless your geotechnical engineer indicates otherwise, do not use your geotechnical engineering report: . when the nature of the proposed structure is changed, for example, if an office building will be erected instead of a parking garage, or a refrigerated warehouse will be built instead of an unrefrigerated one. . when the size, elevation, or configuration of the proposed structure is altered. . when the location or orientation of the proposed structure is modified. when there is a change of ownership; or for application to an adjacent site. Geotechnical engineers cannot accept responsibility for problems that may occur if they are not consulted after factors considered in their report's development have changed. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS CAN CHANGE A geotechnical engineering report is based on conditions that e)..;sted at the time of subsurface exploration. Do not base construction decisions on a geotechnical engineering report whose adequacy may have been affected by time. Speak with your geotechnical consultant to learn if additional tests may be required when subsurface conditions are affected by construction operations at or adjacent to the site, or by natural events such as floods, earthquakes, Dr ground water fluctuations. Keep your geotechnical consultant appraised of any such event. T MOST GEOTECHNICAL flNDINGS ARE PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENTS Site exploration identifies actual subsurface conditions only at those points where samples are taken. The data were extrapolated by your geotechnical engineer who then applied judgment to render an opinion about overall subsurface conditions. The actual interface between materials may be far more gradual or abrupt than your report indicates. Actual conditions in areas not sampled may differ from those predicted in your report. While nothing can be done to prevent such situations, you and your geotechnical engineer can work together to help minimize their impact. Retaining your geotechnical engineer to observe construction can be particularly beneficial in this respect. A REPORT'S RECOMMENDATIONS CAN ONLY BE PRELIMINARY The construction recommendations included in your geotechnical engineer's report are preliminary, because they must be based on the assumption that conditions revealed. through selective exploratory sampling are indicative of actual conditions throughout a site. Because actual subsurface conditions can be discerned only during earthwork, you should retain your geotechnical engineer to observe actual conditions and to finalize recommendations. Only the geotechnical engineer who prepared the report is fully familiar with the background information needed to determine whether or not the report's recommendations are valid and whether or not the contractor is abiding by applicable recommendations. The geotechnical engineer who developed your report cannot assume responsibility or liability for the adequacy of the report's recommendations if another party is retained to observe construction. GEOTECHNICAL SERVICES ARE PERFORMED FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES AND PERSONS Consulting geotechnical engineers prepare reports to meet the specific needs of specific individuals. A report prepared for a civil engineer may not be adequate for a construction contractor or even another civil engineer_ Unless indicated otherwise, your geotechnical engineer prepared your report expressly for you and expressly for purposes you indicated. No one other than you should apply this report for its intended purpose without first conferring with the geotechnical engineer. No party should apply this report for any purpose other than that originally contemplated without first conferring with the geotechnical engineer. GEOENVIRONMENT AL CONCERNS ARE NOT AT ISSUE Your geotechnical engineering report is not likely to relate any findings, conclusions, or recommendations about the WiIs;nMillet N8W DIrections In Planning, Design & Engineering Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 146 of 160 July 6, 2007 Ms, Melissa Zone, Principal Planner Collier County CDES 2800 N, Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 RE: Mining Ventures, LLC Conditions of Approval Dear Ms. Zone, Enclosed please find the Mining Ventures, LLC report concerning the annual review of the Conditions of Approval that were part of the Conditional Use approval CU-06-AR-9699 approved last June by the BCC. I believe you will find the report concise and to the point. The mining operation has a new operations team that is altering the method of rock extraction and has suggestions for the way in which future blasting occurs. Because of "lessons learned" within the first few months of blasting in the approved mine area, the applicant suggests increasing the number of blasts within any month but limit the number of holes to be blasted during an individual blast. Currently, the operator is limited to 8 blasts per month and no blast can last longer than 3 seconds. In essence, following these requirements, actual blasting can last no more than 24 seconds per month and the blasting must adhere to the County's and State's other mandated requirements. There is no requirement on the number of holes that can be blasted at anyone time, The range of holes blasted has averaged between 97 and 179 per blast per month. The goal of the operation has been to drill and blast about 1680 holes per month (210 holes @ 8 times per month). This quantity should be sufficient to keep up with the future rock demand. The new mine operators would like to have the opportun~y to blast more frequently while limiting the number of holes blasted at any single event. The results of this approach will produce less ground vibration and less noise, although the blasting will occur more frequently. We request capping the monthly number of holes drilled and blasted a 1680, not allowing initiation of blasting to last more than 24 seconds per month, allowing blasting to occur up to 4 times per week, not to exceed 18 times per month with the maximum number of holes to be blasted not exceeding 110 per blast. These revised conditions, shouid reduce the overall impact of the total blasting operation. In summary, the current plan allows for: . 8 blasts per month . 3 seconds per blast (no more than 24 seconds of initiation of blasting per month) . no limit on the number of holes blasted in any single event or per month Offices stratoglcally localod to servo our cllonts 800.649.4336 Naplos;r;orporalB Off/co 3200 Bailey Lane, Suite 200. Naples, Florida 34105 . 239,649,4040 . Fax 239,643,5116 wl/sonmlller.com 8/2BJ2001.'90743 VBr 011-BTY5on ~. I>4B2Q-004-00Q--Q WI/SOIIMi/IM,lnc _FLLlc:JLC_C000170 WilsonMiller . New Directions In Planning. Design & Engineering Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 147 of 160 The applicant is requesting: . 18 blasts per month, with no more than 4 blasts in any week . no more than 24 seconds of initiation of blasting per month . limiting the number of holes blasted to 110 for any single event and a maximum of 1680 per month We will provide details of the blasting program during the hearing process. Please review the enclosed report and let me know if you have any questions. Sincerely, WilsonMiller, Inc, Q'-U:.---~ it e~ Bruce E. Tyson, RLA, AICP Senior Project Manager cc: Don Barber R. Bruce Anderson, Esq. Jones Mining Jeff Straw T # Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 148 of 160 Initial Annual Response to the Conditions of Approval SR 846 Land Trust Julv 6. 2007 Following is the initial response to the Conditions of Approval that were part of the Conditional Use approval issued for the SR 846 Land Trust parcel. The responses are in bold and have been prepared by Mining Ventures, LLC's consultant team consisting of: Wilson Miller (planning and civil engineering), GeoSonics (seismology), Roetzel & Andress, LPA (land use attorney), Passarella & Accosiates (ecology), and Murray Consultants (groundwater hydrology). Collier County Conditions of Approval CU-06-AR-9699 This approval is conditioned upon the fOllowing stipulations because of the close proximity to Golden Gate Estates in Collier County. 1. The conditional use approval shall be reviewed one year from the date of approval and every two years subseq uent to determine whether additional stipulations or mitigation are necessary to insure compatibility with other properties in the area and to assure public health, safety and welfare is adequately addressed. Development Services staff will use the following standards in their review and in the event of the inability of Development Services and applicant to agree upon additional stipulations or mitigation, the matter will be referred to the Board of Zoning Appeals using the Land Development Code procedural requirement for appeals. The standards for review are declared in the stipulations of Conditions of Approval for CU-99-16. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "b" of CU-99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). The applicant has initiated the procedures allowed by CU-06-AR-9699. 2. A twenty (20) foot wide Type B buffer and fifteen (15) foot high berm shall be installed along the perimeter of the operation adjacent to residential structures immediately upon approval of this conditional use to insure the noise reduction is addressed. Mulch berms shall not be permitted as part of the bUffers. An SIP was Issued by the County on Sep. 2006 for the work on the mining operation's buffer. The work on the buffer was completed shortly thereafter. All work associated with the buffer was in place prior to the initiation of blasting operations. 3. To lessen the potential for noise, dampening of the rock crushing equipment shall have attenuation properties/enclosures around the motors of the equipment. If attenuation enclosures are not able to be achieved for other large equipment then an earthen berm shall be installed around the pumps and equipment; up to the height of the equipment being shielded, (I.e. if the equipment is 10 feet high then a 10 foot high atBI2OO1_1Bllt1$O Ver.011-BT)'IOO ~ lM2O&-Oll5-OO3-_O J Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 149 of 160 berm is required). The berm shall be installed within six (6) months of approval of this conditional use. Only portable rock crushing equipment is being used. Surrounding each power- generating unit attached to the equipment is a noise suppression device. Pumps used in the dewatering process have rock stacked adjacent to them to deflect the noise away from the residential areas. 4. Blasting is allowed only within the "Permitted Lake Boundary" as shown on the Conditional Use Master Site Plan - Phase I. Blasting has only occurred within the permitted area shown on the Conditional Use Master Plan - Phase I. 5. The proposed use shall not adversely increase the quantity of water run-off. The use is strictly limited to mining operations. The area that was allowed for blasting to occur has had the surface soil material removed. The limit of excavation has not Increased and therefore, the quantity of stormwater runoff has not been adversely affected. 6. Adequate utility, access roads, drainage, and other necessary facilities already provided shall continue to be maintained. Existing utility, access roads, and drainage are functioning and are being maintained. 7. The mining operations shall be conducted in compliance with the laws of the State of Florida, Collier County Government and the Federal Government, especially as related to safety standards set forth in the Blasting Regulation of Collier County Ordinance No. 04-55. Blasting operations have been conducted at the Jones Mining site following the approval by Collier County and have been within specific compliance of Collier County and State of Florida Regulations. Jones Mining Company, LLC initiated the permitting process with the State Fire Marshal's office to obtain a Construction Materials Mining Penn it as required by the State of Florida. Following inspection and processing the State permit has been issued. The County permit for blasting was approved and issued following the Initial inspection submittal. 8. The hours of pit operation shall be limited to 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday to prevent disturbance noise to the surrounding residential property owners. if the County receives any complaint regarding the noise from the rock crushing equipment then the hours of operation shall be limited to 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. 6IIJI2OO7-189115OVl:!'F.01\.5Tyaon - 04208-Oll'>-OO3-_0 , ;. Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 150 of 160 Monday through Friday. number 9. The hours of blasting shall be regulated by stipulation The hours of operation have been from 7 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday. During initial stages of preparation for the crushing operations, a portable rock crusher was transported to, started, and tested at the property on a Sunday. This procedure was inadvertent and will not occur in the future. 9. The hours of blasting shall be limited to 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Blasting activities shall not exceed eight (8) times a month with a three (3) second maximum duration with a low volume and close pattem to minimize noise and vibration. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "f' of CU-99-16 Condition of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). Initial blasting started on August 25, 2006. Blasting was completed and is within the Permitted Lake Boundary per Condition No.4. Monitoring was completed by GeoSonics. Inc. for the initial blasts with seismographs individually set up. Locations are the same as indicated in Item No.4 as follows. The following table indicates the maximum number of blasts detonated to date. Year Month No. Blasts Detonated 2006 August 1 2006 September 5 2006 October 9 2006 November 7 2006 December 2 2007 January 1 2007 February 0 2007 March 1 2007 April 0 2007 May 0 A total of 26 individual blasts have occurred within the first 10 months of blasting or an average of 2.6 blasts per month. In October 2006, 9 blasts occurred, 1 more that allowed In these conditions. This fact has been brought to the attention of the mine operator. 10. The maximum allowable depth of the excavation shall be 45 feet or to the confining layer, whichever is shallower. This condition hereby supersedes stipulation "gOO of CU- 99-16 Conditions of Approval, as that stipulation may relate to this conditional use (CU-06-AR-9699). The depth of the blasting and excavation has not exceeded the maximum allowable depth of 45 feet. A confining layer has not been found in the operations to date. 11. Excavation shall occur from the eastern boundary and work towards the western boundary of the property. lVll/ZD07.169ll5OVer.Ol1-ElT'fIiOn - 04:wll-006-003-.0 Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 151 of 160 Excavation is proceeding from the eastern edge of the excavation and working to the western edge of the excavation area. 12. A southbound lane shall be installed to include a passing lane and the length shall be determined on an acceleration rate to 45 miles per hours (mph) or posted speed limit of a loaded dump tnuck exiting from the property on to Immokalee Road. The southbound lane shall be built to the standards of the Transportation Services Division and all costs of the construction of the southbound lane as well as the land for right-of- way shall be the applicant's responsibility, The southbound truck acceleration lane has been designed and informal discussions have occurred with agencies having jurisdiction over the permitting process. The submittal of an application to the County to start the review process is expected to occur In August 2007. 13. The conditional use shall be limited to 800 maximum loaded trips per day until the southbound passing lane is constructed. Once the southbound lane has been installed, the limitation on 800 maximum loaded trips shall be lifted. The daily number of loaded truck trips from the property has not exceeded 800. The highest number of trucks leaving the mine site within the past 12 months occurred on March 12,2007 when 35 710aded dump trucks departed. 14. Upon completion of excavation activities, all buildings, equipment, bUffers and berms shall be removed within six (6) months, unless such buildings and equipment will be used in the reclamation process. These procedures will be followed at the end of mining activities. 15. During each blast a seismograph machine shall be placed in three locations; at the northern property border closes to Fawn Avenue and adjacent to the closes residential structure; at the southern property border adjacent to the closes residential structure between 16th Street N.E. and 20th Street N.E.; at the eastern property border between 52nd Avenue N.E. and 58'h Avenue N.E. Blasting seismographs were installed at the site per the above condition. The instruments were installed permanently on September 4-5, 2006. Each instrument meets the criteria of the State of Florida and is operated by GeoSonlcs, Inc. a qualified and independent vibration consultant. The instruments operate from 6:00 a.m. through 8:00 p.m. daily to completely cover all blasting hours. The seismographs are placed at the following locations: A. GeoSonics, Inc. SSU 3000SR Remote Seismograph System was installed at the Gallegos residence, 6750 Fawn Lane, Naples, FL 34120. fll8l2001.189llSO VerOtl_BTyson ~. 0420$-0CJ5..003..0 y Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 152 of 160 B. GeoSonlcs, Inc. SSU 3000SR Remote Seismograph System was installed at the Garret residence, 2311 56th Avenue, N. E., Naples, FL 34120. C. GeoSonlcs, Inc. SSU 3000SR Remote Seismograph System was installed at the Cheney residence, 4940 20th Street, N. E., Naples, FL 34120. D. Following a compliant registered by Mr. Joseph Dimurro, a similar seismograph system was installed at the northeast corner of the Dimurro residence, 4920 20th Street, N. E., Naples, FL 34120. This Instrument was installed on Following each blast all results are downloaded from the seismographs. The records are printed and the results faxed to Jones Mining Company, LLC, Collier County CDES, and Austin Powder Company (a licensed blasting contractor conducting the blasting at the mine site). The results for the instrument located at the Dimurro residence are emailed directly to Mr. Dimurro following the blast and copies provided to the entities listed previously. 16. A pre-blasting survey shall be taken for all affected property owners who expressed a concern at the Neighborhood Infonmation Meeting, Collier County Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners as well as those who transmitted letters of dissent and existing structures along with future structures that meet the pre-blasting inspection criteria of Ordinance 04-55. One copy of the pre- existing survey will be given to the homeowner and another copy shall be filed with the Collier County Engineering Services Department Director. Prior to blasting and on June 21, 2006 pre blast notifications were made to residences adjacent to the project site. The notification consisted of 174 letters mailed via U. S. Postal Service, First Class Mail to residents within a radius of 3,766 feet of the quarry which exceeds the County requirements. In addition, Jones Mining Company, LLC representative hand delivered letters to the closer homes surrounding the operation and providing an explanation about the inspection in Spanish If necessary to residents. Eighty-five residents took the inspection and we have completed two additional re-inspections. Following notification appointments were scheduled and inspections were completed between July 12, 2006 and December 11, 2006. Inspections consisted of an Interior examination with written diagrams of existing conditions and exterior photographs and diagrams of existing cracks and defects. Photographs were taken using film and later digital photography with all photographs reduced to CD-Rom storage and distribution. One additional Inspection was completed on April 9, 2007 for a resident not calling during the original inspection period. 81812007.189850 Ver.Dll-8Tyson - 04:z08...006..003.0 Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 153 of 160 Upon completion of all inspections copies of the inspection reports and CD-Rom copy of the Inspection photographs were mailed as a group to all residents having completed the inspection. Additionally, a bound summarized copy of all the inspections was forwarded to Collier County, Community Development and Engineering Services Division and Jones Mining Company, LLC. In the event of future need, GeoSonics, Inc. - Florida Office maintains the original Inspections and photographs. The Inspections meet the Collier County regulations for format and meets Condition No. 16 ofthe Approval conditions 17. Expedited permitting shall be pursued to ensure that these conditions are met quickly and to shorten the length of time that mining will occur on this site. The Applicant took advantage of the County's expedited review process during the approval stages. Additional Activitv In January 2007 the Dimurro residence at 4920 20'. Street, N. E., Naples, FL 34120 was purchased for the purposes of creating a "study" house. The study will evaluate the effects produced by blasting operations and the relationship that environmental and vibration effects have on creating cracks to Improvements on the property. The residence is a single story commercially constructed home located on the south perimeter of the quarry property. The study is conducted by three parties: Jones Mining Company, LLC Northwestern University GeoSonics, Inc. The study speCifically is comprised of the following parts: a. Measurement of ground vibration and airblast at the residence produced by blasting operations plus air overpressure levels generated by other environmental activity that triggers the instrument. This is compared to State regulations and U. S. Bureau of Mines standards for damage. To be completed by GeoSonlcs, Inc. instrumentation. b. Interior and exterior movement of an existing crack on the west wall of the garage. The movement is continuously monitored and crack width movement is measured continuously. Additional movement exceeding a predetermined threshold, caused by blasting, air overpressure or environmental forces, triggers the recording instrument to switch from minute measurements for slow response crack motion to millisecond (thousands of a second movement) to produce a waveform type recording of the crack motion. This will then be compared to blast events and normal daily activity of the crack. To be completed by Northwestern University and GeoSonics, Inc. instrumentation jointly. 61B/2007_189850 Vw-.011.BTyeon ~, ~208-005-003-.O T Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 154 of 160 c. Measurement of an additional crack at a block and drywall construction joint west of the garage entry into the residence itself. The same evaluation as made in Item b above will be made. To be completed by Northwestern University Instrumentation. d. An autonomous weather station is Installed at the west end of the property to monitor environmental effects. The unit is remotely downloaded and at a minimum will measure temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction and will transmit data to the final collection point. e. Development of web slte(s) will occur to allow public access and viewing of the data collected from the instruments. The Initial Inspection of the home by the three parties was completed on May 4, 2007 with the initial instrumentation installed on May 31 and June 1, 2007. The property is currently under a short term lease and additional evaluations will be made upon the house being vacated. At that time, additional interior sensors and routine inspections will be made to document crack motion on the Interior of the home. 8/812.007.189850 Ver: 011-BTyson - l)4.2f)B..OO$.O(l3.+o Agenda Item NO.7 September 25, 2007 Page 155 of 160 I AFFIDAVIT We/I, Ronald L Brown and Michael J. Boran Co-Trustees being first duly sworn, depose and say that we/I/ am/are the owners of the property described herein and which is the subject matter of the proposed hearing: that all the answers to the questions in this application, including the disclosure of interest information, all sketches, data, and other supplementary matter attached to and made a part of this application, are honest and true to the best of our knowledge and belief. We/I understand that the information requested on this application must be complete and accurate and that the content of this form, whether computer generated or County printed shall not be altered. Public hearings will not be advertised until this application is deemed complete, and all required information has been submitted. As property owner We/I authorize R Bruce Anderson ESQ, and Bruce E. Tvson AICP to act as our/my representative in any matters regarding this Petition. , ature of Property Own.er ~;;t/~ Signature of operty Owner SR846 Land Trust Agreement SR846 Land Trust Agreement Ronaid L Brown Co-Trustee Typed or Printed Name of Owner Michael J, Boran Co-Trustee Typed or Printed Name of Owner The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me thiS~ day of su;U , 200-L, by Ronaid L Brown and Michael J, Boran, Co-Trustees who are personally known to me or have produced 'F1"'ld,,- \)L i?:>Gsn 1",2 3::!4Z0as identification, State~~y",-jo County ~Gc; /€- My T ann To E.... May 31 "",Ire .2009 COWER COUNTY GOVERNMENT OEPT. OF ZONINC .. LAND DE\Itl.OPMENT REVIEW WWW.COLLlEIUlOV.llE1' 6968 (i) Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 156 of 160 9709236621 p.l Agenda Item No. 7B June 20, 2006 2800 NOllT'H HORSESHOE'1!lIU'I! of 66 NAPlES. FLORIDA 3411)4 (2~9) 403-2400 FAX (239) 643- H.~ 13 2006 11:0SAH R L B~o.n F..l1~ L P " '. '. . . Wefl. Ronald L Brown and Michael I. Boran. Co-Trustees being first duly sworn. depose and say that we(l amlare the owners of the property described herein and whIch Is the subject matter of the proposed hearing; that all the answers to the questions in this application. Including the disclosure of interest Information, all sketches, data, and other supplementary matter attached to and made a part of this application. are honest and true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Wefl understand that the Information requested on this application must be complete and accurate and that the content of this form, whether computer generated or County printed shall not be ahered. pubnc: hearingS will not be advert/sed until this application Is deemed complete. and all required Information has been llIlbmitted. As prvpeny owner Well further ;wthorlze k. Bruce Anderson. "",nuire and Bruce ~ ourfmy representative In any matters re this Petition. L~ Signature of Property OWner SR846 Land Trust Agreement Ronald L Brown. Co-Trustee Typed or Printed Name of OWner SR846 Land Trust Agreement Michael I. Boran. Co-Trustee Typed or Printed Name of Owner The foregoing Instrument was IlCknowledged before me this ~ day of _~. 2006. by Michael J. Boran. Co-Trustee. who are Dersonally known to IDll or has produce as Identification.. - c..n;".c-v_,.,..lod'2 ~"Y_~J\lt12t.U.(l(H CU-2004-AR-6904 REV: 5 Project: 2004120008 Date: 6/27/07 DUE: 7/19/07 Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 157 of 160 MINING VENTURE, LLC 3606 Enterprise Avenue Naples, FL 34104 (239) 643-3343 June 26, 2007 Bruce Tyson WilsonMiIler 3200 Bailey Lane Suite 200 Naples, FL 34105 RE: Conditional Use Petition Modification / Mining Venture, LLC Dear Bruce, As requested, the following are all of the business and individual interests of the parties involved in the above petition: PETITIONER: Mining Venture, LLC Manager: Donald R. Barber Owners: SR846 Land Trust Michael Boran Trustee Ronald L. Brown Trustee 50% Jones Mining Company, LLC 50% Ben F. Jones, Manager TOTAL: 100% LAND OWNER: SR846 Land Trust Co-Trustees: Michael Boran Ronald L. Brown H: ExecSecl2D06db/MVLLC r Agenda Item No. 7 September 25, 2007 Page 158 of 160 MINING VENTURE, LLC 3606 Enterprise Avenue Naples, FL 34104 (239) 643-3343 Beneficial Owners: HHH Investments, L.P., A Florida Limited Partnership 20% Francis Desmond Hussey, III 20% Mary Pat Hussey' 20% Francis Desmond Hussey, IV 20% Sean Neade Hussey 20% Anne Craven Hussey 20% Total: 100% H.A. Street 20% Ronald L. and Michelle M. Brown, Co-Trustees of The Ronald Brown Trust 12.5% Ronald L. and Michelle M. Brown, Co-Trustees of The Michelle Brown Trust 12.5% Ronald L. Brown as Trustee of SLS Trust Pamela L. Detrick Ronald J. Brown Tamara Brown Brenda Brown Christina Brown 5% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% Total: 100% BCB Land Company, Inc. Michael J. Boran Richard D. Craig Richard A. Dykman as Trustee of The Richard A. Dykman Trust of May 9, 2002 Michael J. Boran as Trustee of The Michael J. Boran Irrevocable Trust of 2003 Donald R. Barber and Anne B. Barber as Trustees for The Donald R. Barber Revocable Trust of2001 30% 33% 33% 1% 5% 11% H: ExecSec/2006dbIMVLLC OPERATOR: MINING VENTURE, LLC 3606 Enterprise Avenue Naples, FL 34104 (239) 643-3343 Thomas R. Craig Melvin 1. Engel, Jr. Verlyn W. Fischer, Jr. and Patricia D. Fischer, as Trustees of The Verlyn W. Fischer, Jr. Revocable Trust of 2002 Dated June 7,2002 JamesT Bunnell and Nancy C. Bunnell as Trustees of the James F. Bunnell Revocable Trust of2002 Dated October I, 2002 0.5% 11% 3.5% 2% Total: 100% Jones Mining Company, LLC Manager: Owners: Sincerely yours, DRB:tmv H: ExecSecl2006db/MVLLC ,LLC Ben F. Jones Robert O. Jones Ben F. Jones Stanton W. Gedvillas Agenda Item No, 7 September 25, 2007 Page 159 of 160 TOTAL: 100% 40% 40% 20% TOTAL: 100% , , , r. -+ Agenda Item No, 7 ttt 2289480 OR: 2396 PG: Sor~~~620sof9gb _11__01__,11 'I/H/It It II:. _I. _. CIIII lie.. 1.8 1Ila: nil ItWlII U 1Ie1 " ....11) .......-: WARRANTY DEEI},ull '!WI "-' "we. M.tdo IbIa 3n1.,. of ~: I!I!II A.D,. IIetweelI JoIIlI G. 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CU_2004-AR-6904 REV: 5 Project: 2004120008 Date: 6127/07 DUE: 7/19/07 Agenda Item No, 8 September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 133 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CPSP-2007-6: Petition requesting an amendment to the Potable Water Sub-Element of the Public Facilities Element, to add reference in Policy 1.7 to the proposed "Ten-year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan." (Transmittal hearing) OBJECTIVE: The objective of this petition is to have the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) consider a request to amend the Potable Water Sub-Eiement of the Public Facilities Element to add reference to the Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, as required of Collier County by Section 163.3177(6)(c), Florida Statutes. CONSIDERATIONS: In anticipation of the rapid population growth and increasing water demands facing the State, and the potential threats to both the economy and natural resources, the Legisiature amended the Florida Water Resources Act (Chapter 373, F,S.) in 1997, The amendment required the five water management districts to initiate regional water supply planning in all areas of the State where reasonable anticipated sources of water were deemed inadequate to meet year 2020 projected demands. The purpose of water supply pianning is to develop strategies to meet future water demands of urban and agricultural uses, while meeting the needs of the environment. This process identifies areas where historically used sources of water will not be adequate to meet future demands, and evaiuates several water source options to meet the shortfall. As mandated by Florida water law, each regional water supply plan is based on at least a 20-year future pianning horizon, and a complete update of each plan is required every five years. The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) has developed a long-term comprehensive regional water supply plan update for its planning area. Collier County is within the Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan. Previous water supply plans for the Lower West Coast were completed in February 1994 (planning horizon 2010) and April 2000 (planning horizon 2020), which the County utilized to develop its 2002 Water Master Plan Update. The most recent water supply plan update is the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Pian Update that has a planning horizon of 2025, In 2002 the Legislature expanded the locai government comprehensive pian requirements, known as Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes, to strengthen coordination of water supply planning and local land use planning. One of the most significant requirements was a Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan in order to project the local government's needs for at ieast a 1 O-year period, identify and prioritize the water supply facilities and sources of water that will be needed to meet those needs, and include in the local government's Five-Year Schedule of Capital Improvements the capital improvements identified as needed for the first five years. To date, the County's Water Master Plan has been considered the County's officiai plan for water capital improvements and the basis for the S-year Capital Improvement Scheduie contained in the Capital Improvement Element. Agenda Item ~~o. 8 September 25. 2007 Page 2 of 133 Lower West Coast Planning Area Map }?-"'" 'y f.,.. \".1 ." :& , , E==: ..... M..''''>"'''"'."''"..-....,~~'''.,... '''''..,.:'.~(....ru.",..-"....._..,,'''' .................:..u.o..".,...;..._ ~.....-."-."",",,,...,.,,,,_....--, On February 25, 2003 the Board of County Commissioners adopted an update to the County's 2001 Water Master Plan, to provide an integrated approach for meeting the projected water system demands up to the year 2022, The "2002 Water Master Plan Update" provided for comprehensive overview of the entire water system, including emergency systems, water demand projections and demands and proposed conservation and reclaimed water projects, and provided a plan for future water supply and infrastructure needs to meet the requirements of growth, infrastructure renewal, replacement and enhancement over a course of five years, This plan utilized population projections prepared by the Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department that were approved at that time by the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and accepted by the SFWMD, Water demands were provided at five-year increments to be consistent with the 2000 Lower West Coast Regional Water Supply Plan, The 2002 Water Master Plan Update formed the foundation for the proposed County's Ten-Year Water Supplies Facilities Work Plan, During the State of Florida's 2005 legislative session, lawmakers revised state water law to include a new statutory provision Local governments within the Lower West Coast Pianning Area are required to prepare a Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan that identifies water supply projects, and adopt revisions to comprehensive plans within 18 months following the approval of the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update. Aqenda Item No, 8 September 25. 2007 Page 3 of 133 On January 25, 2007, as part of the 2004 EAR-based amendments, and in preparation of the anticipated Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Collier County adopted language to coordinate water supply planning with SFWMD, Modifications of various Goals, Objectives and Policies (Gaps), as required by these legislative actions, were addressed through the GMP amendment to the Potable Water Sub-Element, Conservation and Coastal Management Element and the Intergovernmental Coordination Element. The amendments referenced the 2002 Water Master Plan Update and any subsequent updates as the appropriate document for the County's water supply planning The SFWMD's Governing Board approved the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update on July 12, 2006, Therefore, Collier County must adopt the proposed GMP tex1 amendment that references the proposed Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan by January 12, 2008 (or 18 months after the District Governing Board approved each regional water supply plan) [s, 163,3177(6)(c), F.S,]. The proposed plan, and any subsequent updates, will become the County's appropriate document for water supply planning, The proposed attached plan, as stated before, follows the latest SFWMD's Lower West Coast Plan Update. However, in order to meet the statutory deadline, the population methodology used for the 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan is in accordance with the County's latest Annual Update Inventory Report (AUIR), approved by the BCC on January 24, 2007, In regard to this year's EAR-based GMP amendments that adopted the latest population methodology, the County expects to resolve with DCA the remaining issues pertaining to the Capital improvements Element (CIE) by this October or November. Also by November of this year, the Board should have approved this year's AUIR, which is also based on the revised population methodology that was adopted as part of the EAR-based GMP amendments Therefore, the County will revise the proposed 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Pian to reflect this year's population methodology after approval of the AUIR by the BCC in November, in time for the scheduled CCPC adoption hearing in December as noted in the letter signed by Roy Anderson, Public Utilities Engineering Director, in the attached 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Please note that the adoption of the AUIR in November also takes into consideration that a compliance agreement will be entered into between DCA and Collier County with regard to the remaining outstanding issues in the CIE, County staff has consulted with DCA in regard to the above approach to adopt the 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan by the statutory deadline, and Mike McDaniel, DCA State Planning Bureau Chief, has advised County staff that transmitting the 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan with last year's existing population methodology, and then revising the Plan when the new population methodology is approved, in time for the adoption hearings, is the best strategy to meet the statutory deadline FISCAL IMPACT: There are no fiscal impacts associated with this Petition, NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION MEETING (NIMl SYNOPSIS A Neighborhood Information Meeting (NIM) is not required by Section 1 0.03,05,F of the LDC for Growth Management Plan amendments which are not site specific, Agenda Item No, 8 September 25, 2007 Page 4 of 133 COLLIER COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL IEACl RECOMMENDATION: The EAC heard this petition at their September 5, 2007 meeting and unanimously recommended (6-0) to forward the subject amendment (CPSP-2007-6) to the BCC with a recommendation to transmit to the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Furthermore, the EAC expressed the following concern, and which they recognized is beyond the scope of the statutory requirement: to create a Water Supply Plan horizon for the area east of 951 that is served by private wells. This plan is to include a water supply study of future raw water availability, conservation methods, and a plan to provide surface lining for both water and sewer in this area of the County, COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION ICCPCl RECOMMENDATION: The CCPC heard CPSP-2007-6, at their September 6, 2007 meeting, The CCPC voted 9-0 to forward the subject petition to the BCC with a recommendation to transmit to DCA, subject to the following comments: o Objective 1 of the Potable Water Sub-Eiement of the GMP requires the County to develop water supply sources to meet the future needs of only County owned and operated systems, The CCPC inquired of the legal basis as to why the County is required to report on private utilities and how that is consistent with the GMP. o The CCPC suggested standardization of the demand that is used for County owned and operated systems for all utilities that are cited in the Plan. o The CCPC questioned how is the County to demonstrate that the Plan is feasible if the County can not obtain all the necessary data from private utilities. o The CCPC suggested that the plan demonstrate conservation methods to better reduce the County's daily demand, Staff is in the process of collecting the above information, So far, staff has updated information from the Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) and the Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA), The 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan will be updated to address the comments from the CCPC in time for the adoption hearings. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: This Executive Summary has been reviewed and approved by the Office of the County Attorney, These Growth Management Plan amendments are authorized by, and subject to the procedures established in, Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes, The Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, and by local Resolution #97-431, as amended, STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) transmit petition CPSP-2007-6 to the Florida Department of Community Affairs. PREPARED BY: Carolina Valera, Principal Planner Comprehensive Planning Department Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page Aqend2. Serltember Pagf' COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CPS~' 2DC',-G, F'etltiorc r8Cju85tlng an amendment t[1 ,Ii" Potable Water Suh-clement ottnE' P'.Ibllc ;:aclli\18~ Element, to i1dd reference In Policy 1 to tile proposed Te1-year Water Supply Faclliti&5 WorK Plan , 9!25l20D7900 OOJ\M Date Prepared By Carolina Vater" Community Development & Environment315ervices Urban Des,gn PI"nner Zoning 8. Land Development Review SI13120079:4\U6AM Approved By Randall J, Coher. Community Development & EnvironmentatServices ComprBhensive PlannIng Denartment D,rector Date Comprohens,vePlanning 9/13!200712:57PM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Comnlumty Development 8. Env,ronmentalServlces COfllm"nity Develof)ment 8. Env,ronmental Serv,ces Adminstrator Date ComITlullity Development & Environmental Services Admin 911312007302 PM Date Approved By Phil E."ramatges P.E Public Utilities Sr. ProJl)tJtManager PutJlitJ Utilities El1ginepring 9/13/20073:lOPM D"te Appro....ed II)' Marlene ~tewart Community Development 8. EnvlronmentalSorlllces ExecutilleScerctary Community Development & Enllironmental5ervicesAdmm 9113120073:16 PM Date Appro....ed 8y JudyPu;g Community Devdopmonl & Environmental5erv;ces Operations Analyst Comm"nity Dovclopm"nt& Environmental 5ervitJes Admin 9/13120073:16 PM Dale Approved By RoyB. Anderson P.E Public Utilities Public Utilities E.nglneHinq Director Public Utiliti"sEngincenng 9i1JI200c 3:40 PM Date Appro....ed By MarjoneM, Student.Stirling Assistant County AtlOrti()I' 9113120073:51 PM Approved By County Attorn<,y County Attorney OffiGe Randy Gmenwald Dat(o County Manager's Office MarlagcmentlBudw,tAnalyst orflccor Mana!jc'nent & Budget \l114f20a71041 AM Approved By Susan Usher County Manager's Office Senior Managemt!ntlBudget Analyst Date Office of Manauement/l. Budget 9i17!200712,J7PM Dale Appro....ed By M'Chael $mykowski County Manager's Office Management & Budget Director Olflee of Management & Budgel 9117120G74:23 PM Date Approved By Jame~ V Mudd Board tllCounty Commissioners County Manaqar Co"nty M~na9'"(s Olfiee 9/18/200712:53 PM 1 of I No.8 LU07 of 133 file:/ /C:\AgcndaT est\Export\89-Scptember%2025,%202007\08.%20ADVER T1SEDo/020PU.. 9/19/2007 .~--_.~ '--.-.- Agenda Item No.8 September 25. 2007 Page 6 of 133 RESOLUTION NO. 07- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN, ORDINANCE 89-05, AS AMENDED, SPECIFICALLY AMENDING THE POTABLE WATER SUB-ELEMENT OF THE PUBLIC FACILITIES ELEMENT OF THE GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN, AND FURTHERMORE RECOMMENDING TRANSMITTAL OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS. WHEREAS, Collier County, pursuant to Section 163.3161, et. sea., Florida Statutes, the Florida Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, was required to prepare and adopt a comprehensive plan; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners adopted the Collier County Growth Management Plan on January 10,1989; and WHEREAS, the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act of 1985 provides authority for local governments to amend their respective comprehensive plans and outlines certain procedures to amend adopted comprehensive plans pursuant to Sections 163.3184 and 163.3187, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, Collier County has prepared a plan amendment ta the Potable Water Sub-Element; and; WHEREAS, the Collier County Planning Commission has considered the proposed Amendment to the Growth Management Plan pursuant to the authority granted to it by Section 163.3174, Florida Statutes, and has recommended approval of said amendment to the Board of County Commissioners; and WHEREAS, upon receipt of Collier County's proposed Growth Management Plan Amendment, various State agencies and the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) have sixty (60) days to review the proposed amendment and DCA must transmtt, in writing, to Collier County, its comments along with any objections and any recommendations for modification, within said sixty (60) days pursuant to Section 163,3184, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, Collier County, upon receipt of the written comments from DCA must adopt, adopt with changes or not adopt the proposed Growth Management Plan Words underlined are additions; Words ctrl.lG~ tl:lrGWSI=l are deletions . Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Page 7 of 133 Amendment, within sixty (60) days of such receipt pursuant to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, the DCA, within forty-five (45) days of receipt of Co/Her County's adopted Growih Management Plan Amendment, must review and determine ff the Plan Amendment is in compliance with the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Act of 1985; the State Comprehensive Plan; the appropriate Regional Policy Plan and Rule 9.1-5, Florida Administrative Code, pursuant to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: The Board of County Commissioners hereby approves the proposed Growth Management Plan Amendment, attached hereto es Exhibit A and incorporated by reference herein, for the purpose of transmlttallo the Department of Community Affairs thereby in~iating the required State evaluatiOl1 of the Growth Management Plan Amendment, prior to final adoption and State detenninatiOl1 of compliance with the Local Govemment Comprehensive Planning and Land DeVelopment Regulation Act of 1985 and Rule 9.1.5, Florida Administrative Code, Minimum Criteria tor Review of Local Govemment Comprehensive Plans and Determination of Compliance. THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED after motion; second and majority vote this day of ,2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Cieri< BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: ,+)'l{~AU ,'th. /11'",/",;-. /lr,~ Ma~o . M. Studerlt-St~ting Assistant County Attorney Words underlined are additions; Words &tJook t~mYg!:l are deletions 2 Exhibit A Agenda Item No, 8 September 25, 2007 Page 8 of 133 CPSP.2007.6 Potable Water Sub-Element: [page 3] OBJECTIVE 1: The County shall iocate and develop potable water supply sources to meet the future needs of the County owned and operated systems, said supply sources meeting the minimum Level of Service Standards established by this Pian. The development and utilization of new potable water supply sources and the acquisition of land necessary for such development shall be based upon the information, guidelines and procedures identified within the County's Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan (as updated annually), the Collier County Water-Sewer Master Plan, and the Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan prepared by the South Florida Water Management District. Policy 1.7: The County 8hall r-eferoFloo has developed the Ten-Year Water Supplv Facilities Work Plan, dated Auqust 2007, in accordance with the water supply guidelines of the most current version of the South Florida Water Management District's Lower West Coast Water Supply Pian in ao>/oleping any Mllre reqllira9 '-^later ~llpply Facilitio8 'Nor" PI3n, The Countv's Ten-Year Water Supplv Facilities Work Plan is hereby incorporated by reference, Words 8trllckthrElllgh are deleted language; words underlined are proposed language T Agenda Item I~o. 8 September 25, 2007 Page 9 of 133 C::;O~"Y c:::.ou:nty - FROM: COLLIER COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (EAC) COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION (CCPC) PUBLIC UTILITIES DIVISION, PUBLIC UTILITIES ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPARTMENT TO: RE: Petition CPSP-2007-6, Ten-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Growth Management Plan Amendment [not part of 2007 Cycle of GMP amendments - exempt from twice per year amendments to GMP per Section 163.3177(6)(c), Florida Statutes]. (TRANSMITTAL HEARING) The following document has been prepared with information available to date. The following statements incorporate guidance provided directly from DCA's Bureau of State Planning with respect to process and timing of substantive submittals: . The Department of Community Affairs (DCA) local governments' guidance document for the preparation of the 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan report is expected to be available in mid September. Therefore, the attached Plan has been completed without the benefit of this document. . In order to meet the statutory deadline, and as advised by DCA, the 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan is consistent with the County's latest Annual Update and Inventory Report (AUIR) approved by the BCC on January 24, 2007. The 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan will be revised to reflect this year's population methodology after approval of the AUIR by the BCC in November, in time for the scheduled CCPC adoption hearing in December. . The 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan contains the latest updates from the four utilities outside the Collier County WaterlSewer District. Any subsequent updates will be incorporated in the form of addendums as they become available. :;..l~/~ I0c-L_ ~ B. Anderson, PE . ector, Public Utilities Engineering Department Public Utilities Division Collier County Government Collier County IO-Year Water Supply Facilities Wark Plan August 2007 Work Plan , Contents Executive Summary Section 1 1.1 1.2 1"3 Section 2 2"1 2.2 Section 3 3"1 3.2 Section 4 4"1 CD\II Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Page 11 of 133 Introduction Plan Background""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""....""""" 1-1 Plan Objectives """""""""" """"""""""."""" """""". """""""""""""""""" """""". """""" """"""""" """"""""."""" """". """"."""""" """"" 1-1 Report Contents ."."."""""".".." """"."" """."""" 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"."""""." 5-26 Summary of Existing OTUC Water Treatment Facilities """"""""..""..""""""""""""""""""""5-27 Summary of Existing AMUC Potable Water Treatment Facilities """"""""""...""...5-30 Summary of Existing and Planned AMUC Water Reclamation Facilities.....5-29 vi P:\Colloef Coun1y\10-Year Water Supply Faoil,ties Woo Plan\Dralt FInal Plan\TexIIL,slofFlps.andTat>s.doc ~ an 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 A~enda Item No" 8 September 25" 2007 Page 17 of 133 Capacity Analysis for CCWSD ""...."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""."""""""""""""""6-1 Revised Capacity Analysis for CCWSD ""..."""""......""..............""..""""""""..""................6-2 Capacity Analysis for IWSD """"""""""""""""""""""...."""..""..."".....""......""""..".."".."""""""""""......""6-2 Capacity Analysis for FGUA .......""."""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""".......""...."""6-3 Capacity Analysis for OTUC """"""""""""""""..............................""..................""""""""""""""""6-4 Capacity Analysis for AMUC """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""..."".....""....6-4 CCWSD Capital Improvement Projects"""""""""""""""" """"""" """"""" """"""".""... .... ..8-2 IWSD Capital Improvement Projects"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""".."" ..8-6 FGUA Capital Improvement Projects""... .""""."...." """. """""" """." """"""".""."" """"""8-7 OTUC Capital Improvement Projects""""""""""""""""""" """""" """""" """""""""""..."". ..""8-8 AMUC Capital Improvement Projects..."""." "".""..""""".""""""""""""""""".""""""""""..8-9 vii P:\ColllerCoufllyl1Q-YearWalerSupplyFacllIliesWorkPlanlDraflF'flaIPianITeXlIListofFigsandTabs.doc List of Common Acronyms A AADD AADF ADD AMUC ASR AUlR B BEBR C CCWSD CDES CUP D DIW E EAR ERC F FAC FDEP FGUA FY G GMP gpcd gpd COM Annual Average Daily Demand Annual Average Daily Flow Average Daily Demand Ave Maria Utility Company (AMUC) Aquifer Storage and Recovery Annual Update and Inventory Report Bureau of Economic and Business Research Collier County Water-Sewer District Community Development and Environmental Services Consumption Use Permits Deep Injection Well Evaluation and Appraisal Report Equivalent Residential Connection Florida Administrative Code Florida Department of Environmental Protection Florida Government Utility Authority Fiscal Year Growth Management Plan Gallons per Capita per Day Gallons per Day P:\Colher County\lO-Year Water Supply Facilities Worl< Plan\Draft Final Plan\Te)CtIL,st 0' Common ACfQrlyms.ooc . Aqenda Item No.8 September 25. 2007 Page 18 of 133 viii H HPRO HZl I IE IWSD L LDC LH LOSS LPRO LS LT LWCWSP M MG MGD MS MMDD N NCRWTP NCWRF NERWTP NEWRF o OTUC p PBWRF PUD COM High Pressure Reverse Osmosis Hawthorne Zone 1 Aquifer Ion Exchange Immokalee Water and Sewer District Land Development Code Lower Hawthorne Aquifer Level of Service Standard Low Pressure Reverse Osmosis Lime Softening Lower Tamiami Aquifer Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Million Gallons Million Gallons Per Day Membrane Softening Maximum Month Daily Demand North County Regional Water Treatment Plant North County Water Reclamation Facility Northeast Regional Water Treatment Plant Northeast Water Reclamation Facility Orange Tree Utility Company Pelican Bay Water Reclamation Facility Public Utilities Division P:\Colller Counlyl1ll-Year Wate, Supply Facilities Work Plan\Drafl Final Plan\Texl\Llsl of Cammon Acronyms.dac Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 List of Common Aclfila~s19 of 133 ix R RIB RO SCRWTP s SCWRF SERWTP SEWRF SFWMD w WRF WT WTP CDM Rapid Infiltration Basin Reverse Osmosis South County Regional Water Treatment Plant South County Water Reclamation Facility Southeast Regional Water Treatment Plant Southeast Water Reclamation Facility South Florida Water Management District Water Reclamation Facility Water-Table Aquifer Water Treatment Plant P:\Colller Counly\lO-Year Waler Supply Facilities Work Plan\Drafl F,nal PlanITeJ<l\lIst of Common Acronyms doc , Agenda item No" 8 September 25, 2007 List of Common AcIiilS;:II11f?O Df 133 x CDM Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Page 21 of 133 Executive Summary On July 12, 2006, the Governing Board of the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) approved the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update" Under Florida law (section 163"3177(6)(c), Florida Statutes) Collier County must adopt amendments to its comprehensive plan within 18 months of the SFWMD approval of the update. These amendments include the development of a 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan and amendments to the following elements of the Growth Management Plan (GMP): Intergovernmental Coordination Element, Infrastructure Element, Conservation and Coastal Management Element and Capital Improvement Element. Under the requirement of the Florida Statutes, the 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan for Collier County must include analysis of all water utilities in the County not serving a specific local government. These utilities include: . Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) . Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) . Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) . Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) . Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) Utilities not included in this plan are the City of Naples Utility Department, Marco Island Utilities, and Everglades City, each of which is responsible to develop a 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan to be included in its city's comprehensive plan" This 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan for Collier County has the following objectives: . Identify population and water demands of each utility for the planning period of 200S to 201S" . Present existing and planned potable and reclaimed water facilities that will be utilized to meet demand projections" . Identify sources of raw water needed for potable water supply to meet demands through the year 2018" . Identify the steps necessary to develop additional potable and reclaimed water supplies and specify when they must occur and how they will be funded" ES-1 P:\Colller County\l0-Year Water Supply FaClhhes Work PlanlDraft FInal Plan',TextlExeculive Summary,doc8l2312007 CDM AQenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Executj"f"~i;!!/l1/i1})1()f 1 3 3 . Demonstrate that the water supply plans for each utility within the County are feasible with respect to facility capacity to be developed and consumptive use permit allocations required" . Describe the conservation practices and regulations utilized by each utility to meet water supply demand" The findings of the plan are summarized below for each of the utilities" Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) During the 10-year planning period CCWSD has plans to develop two new potable water treatment facilities and two new water reclamation facilities to meet growing water demands" Table ES-l summarizes the treatment capacity of the existing and planned potable water and water reclamation facilities for CCWSD" In addition to the construction of these facilities, CCWSD intends to construct new wellfields, finished water storage, and distribution lines, which are presented in detail in the plan" The information on CCWSD is fully nested with the 2005 Water and Wastewater Master Plan Updates, adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on June 6, 2006 and the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007" A copy of the water and wastewater sections of the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities is provided as Appendix A. Table ES-1" Summary of Existing and Planned CCWSD Water Treatment and Water Reclamation Facilities 1 Facility Name Year Design Capacity Project Identified In Online (MGD) LWCWSP Water Treatment Facilities NCRWTP MF Online 12"0 N/A NCRWTP LPRO Online 8"0 N/A SCRWTP LS Online 12"0 N/A SCRWTP LPRO Online 8"0 I N/A SCRWTP LPRO 2008 12 Yes NCRWTP HPRO 2010 2"0 Yes NERWTP Phase 1 LPRO 2011 7"5 Yes NERWTP Phase 1 Ion Exchange 2011 2"5 Yes SERWTP Phase 1 LPRO 2014 12.0 Yes NERWTP Phase 2 LPRO 2016 2"5 Yes NERWTP Phase 2 Ion Exchange 2016 i 2"5 Yes Total 81"0 Water Reclamation Facilities NCWRF Online 24"1 N/A SCWRF Online 16"0 N/A I NCWRF Expansion 2010 6"5 N/A NEWRF Phase 1 2011 4"0 Yes ES-2 P,\Collier Countyl'O-Year Wale' Supply Fa~ilittes Work PlanlDraft Final PlanlTe><llExeclJlwe Summary.dOGBl2312007 T mM Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Execulil/!'.,11tf11()f 133 NEWRF Phase 2 2014 4.0 Yes SEWRF Phase 1 2014 4"0 Yes NEWRF Phase 3 2018 4"0 Yes SEWRF Phase 2 2018 4"0 Yes Total 66"6 . Information taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. Based on population projections available for the CCWSD service area, a capacity analysis was performed looking at projected demand versus plant capacity versus permitted allocation. The results of the capacity analysis are summarized below in Table ES-2. A discussion of the capacity analysis can be found in Section 6"1. T bl ES 2 C . f CCWSD A a e - apaclty, nalysls or 2005 2008 2013 2018 Peak Service Area Population (Seasonal) 203,274 250,104 341 ,484 418,223 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 185 185 185 185 Required Treatment Capacity@ 185 gpcd (MGD) 37"61 46"27 63"17 77.37 Available Facility Capacity (MGD) 40"00 52"00 64"00 81"00 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD) 1 2"39 5.73 0"83 3"63 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 44"63 59"81 79"30 97.4 7 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Average)' 56"14 63"82 76.40 76.40 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)4 11"51 4"01 (2"90) (21 "07) Calculated by subtracting ReqUIred Treatment Capaclty@ 185 gpcd from Available FaCility Capacity" 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd by the efficiency of the treatment ~rocess. CUP based on existing permit (11-00249-W) and allocation increases currently in process. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. As the capacity analysis illustrates, CCWSD has sufficient plant capacity existing or planned throughout the 2018 planning horizon" There is a permit deficit that occurs between 2008 and 2013, but this will be addressed through planned permit modifications that will accompany planned plant construction projects. lmmokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) Information regarding the planned water system improvements was requested from lWSD, however to date nothing has been received" Information on the existing and planned facilities was gathered from various sources including the SFWMD LWCWSP update, SFWMD consumptive use permit, FDEP public water supply and wastewater treatment facility permits, and the Collier County Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Final Report prepared by Greeley and Hansen, LLC, April 2004" Table ES-3 summarizes the treatment capacity of the existing and planned potable water facilities for IWSD" E5-3 P:\Collier County\llJ.Year Water Supply Fllcili~"s W",k Plan\D<1l1t F,nal PlanlText\E.xecutive Summary,doc8l2312007 CDM Aaenda Item f\jo. 8 September 25, 2007 ExecutiV!}~/1WJr>f 133 T dlSW ES 3 able - . Summarv of ExistinQ and Planne D Water Treatment Facilities Facility Name Year Design Capacity Project Identified in Online (MGD) LWCWSP Jerry v" Warden WTP Online 2.25 N/A Airport WTP Online 1"35 N/A Carson Road WTP Online 0"90 N/A Carson Road WTP Expansion 1 2009 1"10 No Carson Road WTP Expansion 2 2013 1"00 No Total 6"60 Informatlon on the eXisting and planned water treatment faCilIties taken from the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update approved by the Governing board of the SFWMD on July 12, 2006" Based on population projections available for the IWSD service area, a capacity analysis was performed looking at projected demand versus plant capacity versus permitted allocation" The results of the capacity analysis are summarized below in Table ES-4" A discussion of the capacity analysis can be found in Section 6.2" Table ES-4. Caoacitv Analvsis for IWSD 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 22,206 23,784 26,638 29,664 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 182 182 182 182 Annual Average Daily Demand (MGD) 4"04 4"33 4,85 540 Available Facility Capacity (MGD) 4,50 4"50 5,60 6"60 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD) 1 046 0"17 0"75 1"20 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 4,17 446 5"00 5"57 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Average)' 3"36 3"36 3"36 3"36 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' (0"80) (1,10) (1"64) (2"20) Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Dally Demand from Available Faclltty Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. , CUP for 3"36 MGD annual average expires June 15, 2010" 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. Based on the capacity analysis, the improvements planned by the IWSD for the 10- year planning period are sufficient to meet the demands of the service arc a" However, the allocation of the underlying CUP (1l-000l3-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to achieve the finished water demand" Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) The FGUA service area is nearly built out and the utility's plans for the 10-year planning period include projects to meet minor increases in water demand" Table ES-5 summarizes the treatment capacity of the existing and planned potable water facilities for FGUA. E5-4 P:\Collier Counlyl1(}YeBf Walef Supply Fadlihes Work PIBn\DrBft F,nBI PIBnITaxt\EJcecut,ve Summar;'.doc8l2312007 , CD\II .l\genda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Executivll'o\\iJt81lJ:(lil11)f 133 Table ES-5. SummarY of Existina and Planned FGUA Water Treatment Facilities Facility Name Year Design Capacity Project Identified in Online . (MGD) LWCWSP Golden Gate WTP (LS) Online 1"22 No Golden Gate WTP (RO) Online 0"87 No Golden Gate WTP (RO) 2008 0.25 No Golden Gate WTP (RO) 2009 0"50 No Golden Gate WTP (RO) 2010 0"50 No ,. Total 3"34 Information on eXisting and planned water treatment faCilities taken from the draft 2007 Water Master Plan Update, prepared by Arcadis, June 2007" Based on population projections available for the FGUA service area, a capacity analysis was performed looking at project demand versus plant capacity versus permitted allocation" The results of the capacity analysis are summarized below in Table ES-6" Table ES-6. Capacitv Analvsis for FGUA 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 10,359 11,113 12,370 13,626 Demand Per Capita (MGD\ 173 173 173 173 Annual Averaoe Dailv Demand IMGO\ 1"79 1"92 2"14 2"36 Available Facilitv Capacity IMG[)) 2"09 2"34 3"34 3"34 Facilitv Capacity Surolus lDeficit\ {MGO\ 1 0"30 0.42 1"20 0"98 Raw Water Reouirement IMGO\' 2"02 2"19 2.48 2.77 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Averaoe\' 1"92 1"92 1"92 1"92 Permitted Surplus lDeficit) {MGo\' (0"10\ (0.27) (0"56) (0"85) Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Dally Demand from Available FacIlity Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. , CUP for 1 "92 MGD annual average expires September 11, 2008" 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. The improvements planned by the FGUA for the 10-year planning period are sufficient to meet the demands of the service area" However, the allocation of the underlying CUP (11-001 48-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to achieve the finished water demand" Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) Information regarding the planned water system improvements was requested from OTUC, however, to date nothing has been received. Information on the existing and planned facilities was gathered from various sources including the SFWMD LWCWSP update, SFWMD consumptive use permit, FDEP public water supply and wastewater treatment facility permits, and the Collier County Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Final Report prepared by Greeley and Hansen, LLC, April 2004" Table E5-5 P'\Colller Coonly\lo-Yeer W'iile' Supply Facililles Work PlenlDrafl Final Plan\Tel<l\E'ecutiv" Summary.docBI2312007 CDM Agenda Item No" 8 September 25,2007 Execulivf)'~tm>11Yf 133 ES-7 summarizes the treatment capacity of the existing potable water facilities for OTUC Table ES-7. Summary of Existina OTUe Water Treatment Facilities Facility Name Year Online Design Capacity Project Identified in LWCWSP (MGD) Orange Tree WTP Online 0"75 N/A Total 0"75 Information on eXisting water treatment facIlities taken from the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update approved by the Governing Board of the SFWMD on July 12, 2006" Based on population projections available for the OTUC service area, a capacity analysis was performed looking at project demand versus plant capacity versus permitted allocation" The results of the capacity analysis are summarized below in Table ES-8" T bl ES 8 e "f OTUe "t A a e - apaclty nalysls or 2005 2008 2012 Service Area Population 4,227 7,551 11,983 Demand Per Caoita (MGD) 100 100 100 Annual Averaqe Daily Demand (MGD) 0.42 0"76 1.20 Available Facility Capacity (MGD) 0"75 0.75 0"75 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 0"33 (0"01) (0.45) Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 0"50 0"89 1.41 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Average)' 0"86 0"86 0"86 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)4 0"36 (0"03) (0"55) Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Dally Demand from Available FaCility Capacity" 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. 3 CUP for 0.86 MGD annual average expires November 11, 2009, 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. Under the population projections presented, the current OTUC facilities will be insufficient to meet the needs of the service area starting in 200S" With the slowing of population growth in Collier County the population in the OTUC service area may not be are high as the projection" This should be reviewed subsequently by the utility to ensure that the prescribed LOSS is maintained" Additionally, the allocation of the underlying CUP (1l-00419-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to achieve the finished water demand" Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) Table ES-9 summarizes the treatment capacity of the existing potable water and water reclamation facilities for AMUC ES-6 P:\Collier COLlnty\lO-Vear Waler Supply Faoil.lIes Work Plan\Dran F1nal PlanITe"fIE.eCLlllve Summary.docBJ2312007 , <:oM Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Executi~.tmJ~ 133 Table ES-9. Summary of Existing and Planned AMUC Water Treatment and Water Reclamation Facilities 1 Facility Name Year Design Capacity Project Identified In Online (MGD) LWCWSP Water Treatment Facilities AMUC WTP (Phase 1) Online 1"67 Yes AMUC WTP (Phase 2) 2010 0"83 No AMUC WTP (Phase 3) 2012 1"67 No AMUC WTP (Phase 4) 2015 0"83 No Total 5"00 .. Water Reclamation Facilities AMUC WRF (Phase 1) Online 1"0 Yes AMUC WRF (Phase 2) TBD TBD Yes AMUC WRF (Phase 3) TBD TBD Yes AMUC WRF (Phase 4) TBD TBD Yes Total 4"67 1 Information on existing and planned water and wastewater treatment facilities taken from the Preliminary Design Reports for Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP and Florida Department of Environmental Protection as prepared by CH2M Hill, Inc., June 2004 and February 2006. Based on population projections available for the AMUC service area, a capacity analysis was performed looking at project demand versus plant capacity versus permitted allocation" The results of the capacity analysis are summarized below in Table ES-I0. Without improvement to the system, the facilities operated by AMUC will be insufficient to meet the prescribed level of service around 2012" Table ES-10. CaDacitv Analvsis for AMUC 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 1,000 3,886 14,985 27,255 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 109 109 109 109 Annual Averaoe Dailv Demand (MGD) 0"11 0.42 1"63 2"97 Available Facilitv Capacity (MGD) 1"67 1"67 4"17 5"00 Facilitv Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 1"56 1"25 2"54 2"03 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 0"13 0"50 1"92 3"50 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Averaae)3 1.26 1.26 1"26 1.26 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)4 1"13 0.76 (0"66) (2.24) Calculated by subtractmg Annual Average Dally Demand from Available FaCility Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. 3 CUP for 1.26 MGD annual average expires June 14,2011" 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. P:\Colller County\1Q-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan\Dran Final Plan\Tex!\Execullve Summary.doc812312007 ES-7 COM ,L\';jenda Item t~o, 8 September 25. 2007 Page 28 of 133 Section 1 Introduction 1.1 Plan Background On July 12, 2006, the Governing Board of the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) approved the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update" Under Florida law (section 163.3177(6)(c), Florida Statutes) Collier County must adopt amendments to its comprehensive plan within 18 months of the SFWMD approval of the update" These amendments include the development of a 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan and amendments to the following elements of the Growth Management Plan (GMP): Intergovernmental Coordination Element Infrastructure Element, Conservation and Coastal Management Element and Capital Improvement Element. Under the requirement of the Florida Statutes, the 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan for Collier County must include analysis of all water utilities in the County not serving a specific local government. These utilities include: . Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) . Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) . Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) . Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) . Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) Utilities not included in this plan are the City of Naples Utility Department, Marco Island Utilities, and Everglades City, each of which is responsible to develop a 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan to be included in its city's comprehensive plan" 1.2 Plan Objectives This 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan for Collier County has the following objectives: . Identify population and water demands of the County and each utility for the planning period of 200S to 2018" . Present existing and planned potable and reclaimed water facilities that will be utilized to meet demand projections" . Identify sources of raw water needed for potable water supply to meet demands through the year 2018" 1-1 P:\ColI,etCountyI1o-YearWalerSupplyFadlit,esWor1<.Plan1DrahF,nalP1an\Texl\Sectlonl.doc8122/2007 . COM Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 P./Rl!ldf 133 Introduction . Identify the steps necessary to develop additional potable and reclaimed water supplies and specify when they must occur and how they will be funded. . Demonstrate that the water supply plans for each utility within the County are feasible with respect to facility capacity to be developed and consumptive use permit allocations required" . Describe the conservation practices and regulations utilized by each utility to meet water supply demand. 1.3 Report Contents Section 2 introduces the utilities that serve Collier County and identifies their service areas" Section 3 presents population and water demand projections for the County and individual utilities for the planning period out to 2018. Section 4 summarizes the existing potable water supply system including fresh and brackish water wellfields, raw water transmission systems, and WTPs and reclaimed water system (where applicable) for each utility. Section 5 summarizes the planned potable and reclaimed water systems for each of the utilities out to 2018" Section 6 presents an analysis of the ability of each utility to meet projected demands during the planning period" Section 7 summarizes current and planned conservation practices and regulations that will be utilized to meet demands. Section 8 summarizes the capital improvement plan for each of the utilities" Section 9 presents the findings of the work plan, including a list of any planning deficiencies and recommendations for each of the utilities" P,ICollierCoonlyllO-'t'earWalerSupplyFaCJlitiesWorkPlan\DraftFinaIPlanITextlSect'onl.d0c8/2212007 1-2 CDM Agenda Item I~o" 8 September 25, 2007 Page 30 of 133 Section 2 Water Service Areas 2.1 Overview of Collier County Collier County is served by 4 Public Sector Water Systems, including the County, the City of Naples, Everglades City, and the City of Marco Island" The County is further subdivided into the Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) and the Goodland Water Sub-District. The boundaries of the CCWSD, City of Naples, Everglades City, the City of Marco Island, and the Goodland Water Sub-District are shown in Figure 2-1" In addition to the Public Sector Water Systems, Collier County is served by 4 Non- Public Sector Water Systems including the Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD), the Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA), the Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC), and the Ave Maria Utility Company (AMUC). The boundaries of these systems are also presented in Figure 2-1. There are also 2 Private Sector Water Systems which includes the Lee Cypress Water and Sewer Co- Op, Inc" and the Port of the Islands Community Improvement District, along with numerous small capacity water systems that are regulated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP)" 2.2 Individual Utilities and Systems 2.2.1 Collier County 2.2.1.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) The CCWSD encompasses approximately 240 square miles" This area is bounded on the North by Lee County, on the south by the City of Marco Island service area, on the west by the City of Naples service area and the Gulf of Mexico, and on the east by the Urban Planning Boundary. The CCWSD was approved by referendum in 1969 and validated by the State Legislature in 1978 by Special Act, Chapter 78-489, Laws of Florida" In 1988, the legislature approved a supplement to the Speciai Act, which included revisions to the District boundaries" This action significantly increased the size of the District to its current size of approximately 240 square miles" It also specifically excluded areas of the City of Naples, Marco Shores, Marco Island, and the FGUA TI1ere is one portion of the CCWSD service area that is not served by CCSWD, that being approximately 17 square miles of unincorporated area contiguous to the City of Naples, shown as green hatch on Figure 2-1. The Water-Sewer District Boundary was established by a Special Act, Approved by the Governor on June 26, 2003, and adopted as Chapter 2003-353, Laws of Florida" The Rural Fringe Areas were incorporated within the Collier County Water-Sewer District when the Board of County Commissioners approved Resolution 2003-296 on September 17, 2003" From the adoption date forward, the County is responsible for providing water and sewer service in the Rural Fringe, which is approximately 38 2-' P,\Coll'e' Coonty\lo.-Year Weie' Supply Facillt,es Wo'k Plan\Or" ftFlnaIPlan\Te.llSecl'on2.doc812212007 Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 Page 31 of 133 FI" "" ,~ t o 1.5 3.0 I"'""" SCALE IN MILES -r'7"-~--- ~ J 1- -, .__~_,AV[ L___ I(, MARIA ......w."',TEf?/,!__ l~f;TER~CJ _,I, I --" I :r'~; , ,L 1~ I " I 1_.. , , I < \ , , r .... ! , , ..-4 " f \ MARCO \ ISLAND \ ~:~~~/ \ DISTRICT \. .... LEGEND CITr 0' NAPLES ~~~~ 6~R:;~..r~ '~~ FGUA r- SERVICE*RH O.ANGETR[( SE~"ICE AR[A wH[R_5Ew[" DIS1~ICTBoUNDAR' - FIGURE 2-1 COLLIER COUNTY lQ-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACIL TIES WORK PLAN WATER SEWER DISTRICT BOUNDARIES OF COLLIER COUNTY mM Agenda Item I~o" 8 September 25, 2007 P~l1llI>&f 133 Water Service Areas square miles in area" However, service in these areas is according to the following policy: "Any development occurring within the Rural Fringe within the revised Collier County Water-Sewer District Boundary will be customers of the County" Should the County not be in a position to supply potable water to the project and/ or receive the project's wastewater at the time development commences, the PUD Developer, at his expense, will install and operate water and/ or wastewater interim facilities adequate to meet all requirements of the appropriate regulatory agencies" These developments may receive water and wastewater services from another centralized service area provider until the County is in a position to provide service" However, these developments and the required interlocal agreement to enact this interim service will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis" Non-centralized interim service such as potable water supply wells and septic systems are allowable interim facilities"" Several areas are included in the planning areas that lie outside the existing District boundaries" These areas include the OTUC service area, the FGUA service area, and potentially other partially developed areas in Golden Gate Estates within the CCWSD. The OTUC is obligated to become part of the CCWSD in 2012" A composite map, provided as Figure 2-2, showing the existing CCWSD potable and reclaimed water distribution systems, illustrates the actual area of the water-sewer district currently being served" 2.2.1.2 Goodland Water Sub-District The smallest of the County's districts is the Goodland Water Sub-District. Goodland is an island community, roughly one-quarter of a square mile in area, and is located off SR-92 about two miles east of Marco Island" This district was established by referendum in 1975" Potable water for the Goodland Water System is purchased from the City of Marco Island in the future" Collier County maintains pumping, distribution and storage facilities in the Goodland Water Sub-District. The Goodland Water Sub-District serves the community of Goodland as well as Key Marco" The location of the Goodland Water Sub-District is shown in Figure 2-1. 2.2.2 City of Naples The City of Naples is another public sector provider of water service in Collier County" In addition to its corporate area, the City also serves approximately 17 square miles of unincorporated area contiguous to the City limits per an inter local agreement with Collier County" The City allocates 38 percent of its system capacity to serve this unincorporated area" The enabling legislation, under which the City established its water service area boundary, is Chapter 180, F5., Municipal Public Works Law" The City's existing water supply facilities are not addressed in this 10- Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, since they will be discussed in the City's Plan" The County, however, is responsible for ensuring that the City's existing and future facilities meet the Level of Service Standard (LOSS) of the County in the 2-3 P,\Collie,County\10-Year Water Supply FacJlitlesWort<. Plan1Draft Final Plan\Te>rt\Sectlon2.doc812212007 , \ c;J ~ "'-'f:[Ji:~S:, ~~ ~ "":"J ~ '--.) LEGEND EXl$nNGPOUBLE \fIIAn:~ MAIllS EXISTING RECl....f..Ell "'...TO......NS , I w ':: ~ o ;;; ~ o N , N '" ~ W ~ ~ ~ - " - r:TV,' LEE CO COLLIER CO -~ \ \'~ Q \ j\..' \ ~ ) \ 'u1\G L,-,....."'!} \'\\~I \~};:! ". 12 24" ~ , i " '20 '. 12W {20 121>; 208 /-"'I('r8""26 12 I ri2g. ! U , 12" '-'-'i-': 30" -~O ,,' ~ 42 J6" ~6. ,," ". 201 I " ( 16" "i Ii x - (j ,~ '--' ""~\, "", ':'z,' 12" ~:~>" '~ "'i;;\,~ "~t, ti 16" 'i' j~ /J' \i :~~ ;-'f,):'\~, 20 <>" 12" ' " / 12 12" 12' '2" p" -!!.- _.lL. ''''", 10' ",-< 16" '~, "" 127; I~" !rc,"~~ "1 -' , , '/" '"\ / c../" '" '? 'I -0 ~", f rr"(\r',.y.J <:;-..i Agenda item No" 8 ;::,eptemoer LO, L ( Page 33 of 133 w , ) h't5!" ~- SCALE IN MILES '"'<<.. ""'. "- ',,- "- """ r'" , .. <,-~ -~-~ " ;:' "-,,~ FIGURE 2-2 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACILTlES WORK PLAN CCWSD POTABLE/RECLAIMED WATER SYSTEM COMPOSITE MAP COM Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 P./8Jl:JOW 133 Water Service Areas unincorporated portion of the City's service area" The service area for the utility is shown in Figure 2-1. 2.2.3 Everglades City Everglades City is also a public sector provider of water service in the County. Like Naples, Everglades City is an incorporated community that provides water service both within and beyond its corporate limits" The outlying unincorporated communities served by the City include Plantation Island and Seaboard Village in Copeland" These represent a demand of over 17 percent of Everglades City's system capacity" Having no existing facilities in the vicinity of Everglades City, the County has authorized the City to serve these unincorporated areas" The City's existing water supply facilities are not addressed in this 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, since they will be discussed in the City's Plan" The service area for the utility is shown in Figure 2-1. 2.2.4 City of Marco Island Water and Sewer Service Areas The City of Marco Island historically had been provided service from the private sector utility company, the Florida Water Services Corporation" A small portion of Marco Island's water and sewer infrastructure had historically been maintained by Collier County as the Marco Island Water and Sewer District. The City of Marco Island recently voted to purchase the system from the Florida Water Services Corporation" The City now operates the approximately 10 square mile system as a public sector utility" On February 24, 2004, the Marco Island Water and Sewer District was dissolved/ abolished by Ordinance No" 2004-09" The infrastructure in that area was turned over from the CCWSD to the City" The City now owns and operates the only centralized utility services on Marco Island" The City's existing water supply to the Marco Shores area is being replaced with a bulk water supply from the CCWSD to service the area. The bulk supply from the CCWSD is estimated at 165,000 gallons per day" The City's existing water supply facilities are not addressed in this lO-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, since they will be discussed in the City's Plan" The service area for the utility is shown in Figure 2-1" 2.2.5 Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) The Immokalee Water and Sewer District, located in the northeast part of Collier County, was created by Special Act of the State Legislature following a 1978 referendum" Creation of an independent district provided the means for this unincorporated community to develop its own water/sewer system, which was necessary due to the distance from the developed coastal area of the County" This district is approximately 27 square miles in area and has a governing board whose members arc appointed by the Governor of Florida" The boundaries of this independent district are shown on Figure 2-1. 2-5 P,\CollierCounty\10-YearWaterSupplyFacilit,esWorkPJanIDraftFInaIPmn\Text\SeClKln2.doc8/22!2007 , <:DI\II A~enda Item No" 8 September 25" 2007 P.~c2f133 Water Service Areas 2.2.6 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) FGUA provides water service to and slightly beyond the limits of Golden Gate City" It also owns and operates systems in other Florida counties" Figure 2-1 shows the boundaries for the utility" 2.2.7 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) The OTUC provides service to the approximately 4 square mile area known as the Orange Tree area. The utility has entered into agreements to be the interim service provider to some developments within the CCWSD service area boundaries" All of the developments served are located in northeast Collier County, approximately 10 miles east of Interstate 75" This utility and CCWSD have entered into an agreement by which CCWSD will take over the OTUC service area in 2012" The OTUC service area boundary is shown in Figure 2-1. 2.2.8 Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) AMUC, established in 2005, provides potable and reclaimed water service to the Town of Ave Maria" The town is located approximately 20 miles east of Interstate 75. The AMUC service area boundary is shown in Figure 2-1" 2.2.9 Independent Districts 2.2.9.1 Lee Cypress Water and Sewer Co-op, Inc. The private sector utility providing water service to Copeland is the Lee Cypress Water and Sewer Co-op, Inc. The unincorporated community of Copeland is located on SR-29 about 3 miles north of US-4l. 2.2.9.2 Port of the Islands Community Improvement District Another independent district in the County is the Port of the Islands Community Improvement District. This district encompasses approximately 1 square mile of land contiguous to and north and south of US-41, approximately 20 miles south of Naples" This district was created in 1986 by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners in response to a petition from the district's developers and was created as a mechanism to provide water and other services to this isolated area" The district is governed by an elected board of directors. 2.2.10 Water Systems Regulated by Florida Department of Environmental Protection The following is a summary of private sector water systems operating within Collier County, but regulated by the FDEP due to very small capacities" These systems primarily serve individual establishments, such as schools, stores, or golfing communities" The list was developed from the FDEP drinking water database" 2-6 . P:\CoIl1er Counly\,o-Year Waler Supply Facilities Work P~n\Drafl Final Plan\Text\Sectiol\ 2,doce/2~12007 CDM Agenda Item No.8 September 25,2007 P./8ll1@'f133 Water Service Areas . Big Cypress Wilderness Institute Bonita Bay East Golf Club Bonita Bay East Maintenance Bonita Bay East Sabal Rest #1 Bonita Bay East Sabal Rest #2 Center Point Community Church Children's House Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary E's Country Store Everglades Shores/Big Cypress Preserve Golden Gate Assembly Of God Golden Gate Library Hakan Services, Inc. Harley Davidson Motor Company Hideout Golf Club System 1-75 Rest Stop & Recreational Area Monument Lake Campground Naples Bingo Palace Golden Gate Parkway Naples Golf Center Oasis Ranger Station Porky's Last Stand BBQ Randall Center Southwest Florida Research Education Center Sandy Ridge Labor Camp SUlmiland Country Store Syngenta Seeds, Inc" Temple Bethel Trail Lakes Campground Trees Camp WTP Unity Faith Missionary Baptist VFW-Golden Gate Post 7721 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7 P:\Collier Coontyllo-Year Water Supply Facilitie, WOr\( PlanlDralt FInal Plan\Te~t\SeC"011 2 doc8/22/200? Agenda Item No" 8 September 25. 2007 Page 37 of 133 Section 3 Population and Demand Proj ections Sources of information utilized to develop the included population and projections are historical population growth, Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR), Collier County Planning Department forecasts, historical construction permit data, build-out population data prepared by the Collier County Planning Department, information from water use permits, and information provided by the individual water supply utilities, such as Master Plans" Population projections through 2018 are included in the following sub-sections" 3.1 Countywide Projections Table 3-1 shows the projected population for Collier County for the 10-year planning period of this plan" The population projections are for peak season, which is the basis for planning and sizing of facilities" Table 3-1. Collier County Peak Season Population Estimates and Projections Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Countywide 441,314 517,251 636,076 750,380 Estimates and projections are taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. The population and demand projections for each of the five utilities serving unincorporated Collier County are presented in Section 3"2" 3.2 Individual Utilities 3.2.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) Table 3-2 shows the projected populations for the areas served and to be served within the existing CCWSD service area" The populations are shown in 5 year increments, through 2018" The total population projections include the populations in the Rural Fringe Areas, which were incorporated into the CCWSD in 2003 as described in Section 2"2"1.1, and the Orange Tree Area which is obligated to become part of CCWSD in 2012" Table 3-2. Population Projections for Areas Served by CCWSD Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Peak Served Area Population (Seasonal)' 203,274 250,104 341,484 418,223 EstImates and projections are taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. As described in the 2005 Water Master Plan Update, adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) on June 6, 2006, the LOSS includes operational standards and a per capita water demand standard of 185 gpcd" The LOSS CDM 3-1 P:\CollierCounlyl1IJ.-Yea,WalerSupplyFacililiesWar1<PlanIDraflF,nalPlanIText\SBcllOn3.doc Agenda Item No" 8 September 25" 2007 PageSllfltOh"ffi3 Population and Demand Projections for water transmission systems requires a minimum system pressure of 50 psi during the peak hour water demand period and a minimum system pressure of 40 psi during maximum day demand with fire flow" Based on the LOSS of 185 gpcd and the population projections presented in Table 3-2, the demand projections for the CCWSD were developed" Table 3-3 presents the projected population and demand for the area served by CCWSD, in 5-year increments, through 2018" Demand is provided as Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd in MGD" Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd is metric used by Collier County in its AUIR and is used to evaluate the ability of CCWSD facilities to meet peak season demand" It is calculated as the peak season population multiplied by the LOSS of 185 gpcd" T bl 33 f a e - . Proiected Population and Demand or Areas Served bv CCWSD Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Peak Service Area Population (Seasonal) 1 203,274 250,104 341 ,484 418,223 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 185 185 185 185 Required Treatment Capacity@ 185 gpcd' (MGD) 37"61 46"27 63"17 77.37 Estimates and projections are taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. 2 Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24, 2007" The per capita demand developed and adopted by CCWSD is based on historical water demands within the system" Between 1994 and 2004, per capita demand ranged from 164 gpcd to 203 gpcd" While the observed trend of the per capita demand has been downward over the past five years, CCWSD believes it would be imprudent at this time to adopt a new lower per capita demand for planning purposes" Most of the reduction in per capita demand can be attributed to expansion of the reclaimed water distribution system" While CCWSD intends to continue development of the reclaimed water distribution system, there is a limit as to how much additional potable use can be offset. Currently, CCWSD reuses more than 85 percent of the reclaimed water it produces" CCWSD is taking steps to better address reclaimed water surpluses as is discussed in Section 4"1.3.2" 3.2.2 Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) Table 3-4 shows the projected populations for the areas served and to be served within the existing IWSD service area" The population is shown in 5-year increments, through 2018" Table 3-4. Population Projections for Areas Served by IWSD Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Served Area Population 1 22,206 23,784 26,638 29,664 Service area populatIons based on projections rncluded In SFWMD CUP #11-00013-W. The ISWD LOSS includes operational standards and a per capita water demand COM 3-2 P'ICollier Counlyl10-YearWaler Supply Facilil.es Worl< Plan\Dran F' naIPlan\Te>:t\Sect.on3.doc ~ Agenda Item No" 8 September 25, 2007 PageSll!lliofJ ID3 Population and Demand Projections standard of 182 gpcd. Based on the LOSS of 182 gpcd and the population projections presented in Table 3-4 the demand projections for the IWSD were developed" Table 3- 5 presents the projected served population and demand for the IWSD, in 5-year increments, through 2018" Demand is provided as both Annual Average Daily Demand in MGD and Maximum Month Daily Demand also in MGD" Maximum Month Daily Demand is determined by multiplying the Annual Average Daily Demand by a peaking factor, which in this case is 1.2" bl 35 P I " dO df A S d b IWSO Ta e - . ProJect opu atlon an eman or reas erve ov Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 22,206 23,784 26,638 29,664 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 182 182 182 182 Annual Average Daily Demand (MGD) 4"04 4"33 4"85 5.40 Maximum Month Daily Demand (MGD) 4"85 5"19 5"82 6.48 3.2.3 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) Table 3-6 shows the projected populations for the areas served and to be served within the existing FGUA service area. The population is shown in 5-year increments, through 2018" Table 3-6. Population Proiections for Areas Served b FGUA Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Served Area Population 1 10,359 11,113 12,370 13,626 Service area populations based on projections Included 10 SFWMD CUP #11-00148-W" The FGUA LOSS includes operational standards and a per capita water demand standard of 173 gpcd" Based on the LOSS of 173 gpcd and the population projections presented in Table 3-6, the demand projections for the FGUA were developed" Table 3-7 presents the projected served population and demand for the FGUA, in 5-year increments, through 2018" Demand is provided as both Annual Average Daily Demand in MGD and Maximum Month Daily Demand also in MGD. Maximum Month Daily Demand is determined by multiplying the Annual Average Daily Demand by a peaking factor, which in this case is 1"2" Table 3-7" Proiect Population and Demand for Areas Served bv FGUA Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 10,359 11,113 12,370 13,626 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 173 173 173 173 Annual Average Daily Demand (MGD) 1"79 1"92 2"14 2"36 Maximum Month Daily Demand (MGD) 2"15 2"31 2"57 2"83 COM 3-3 P:\Collie' Counly\1()"Year Water $upply Facililies Work PlanlDrafl FI naIPlan\Text\Sec!lon3.Qoc Agenda Item No" 8 September 25" 2007 PaQE&ieti0f7"ffi3 Population and Demand Projections 3.2.4 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) Table 3-8 shows the projected populations for the areas served and to be served within the existing OTUC service area" The population is shown in 5-year increments, through 2012 when operation of the OTUC will be taken over by CCWSD. Table 3-8. Population Projections for Areas Served by OTUC ! Year 2005 2008 2012 I Served Area Population 1 4,227 7,551 11,983 1 Service area populations based on projections included in SFWMD CUP # 11-00419-W. The OTUC LOSS includes operational standards and a per capita water demand standard of 100 gpcd" Based on the LOSS of 100 gpcd and the population projections presented in Table 3-8, the demand projections for the lWSD were developed. Table 3-9 presents the projected served population and demand for the IWSD, in 5-year increments, through 2012" Demand is provided as both Annual Average Daily Demand in MGD and Maximum Month Daily Demand also in MGD" Maximum Month Daily Demand is determined by multiplying the Annual Average Daily Demand by a peaking factor, which in this case is 1.2" Table 3-9. Project Population and Demand for Areas Served by OTUC Year 2005 2008 2012 Service Area Population 4,227 7,551 11,983 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 100 100 100 Annual Average Daily Demand (MGD) 042 0.76 1"20 Maximum Month Daily Demand (MGD) 0"51 0"91 144 3.2.5 Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) Table 3-10 shows the projected populations for the areas served and to be served within the existing AMUC service area" The population is shown in 5-year increments, through 2018" Table 3-10. Population Projections for Areas Served by AMUC Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Served Area Population 1 1,000 3,886 14,985 27,255 Service area populations based on Preliminary Design Report for Wastewater Treatment Facilities, prepared by CH2M Hill, June 2004" The AMUC LOSS includes operational standards and a per capita water demand standard of 109 gpcd" Based on the LOSS of 109 gpcd and the population projections presented in Table 3-10 the demand projections for the AMUC were developed" Table 3-11 presents the projected served population and demand for the AMUC, in 5-year increments, through 2018" Demand is provided as both Annual COM 3-4 P,\Collil!rCounly\1IJ.-YearWaterSupplyFacllitiesWorkPlanIDra1tFInaIPlan\Te><l\Sectlon3.doc y Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Pag~~tiofl1333 Population and Demand Projections Average Daily Demand in MGD and Maximum Month Daily Demand also in MGD. Maximum Month Daily Demand is determined by multiplying the Annual Average Daily Demand by a peaking factor, which in this case is 1.2. Table 3-11. Proiect Pooulation and Demand for Areas Served bv AMUC Year 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 1,000 3,886 14,985 27,255 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 109 109 109 109 Annual Average Daily Demand (MGD) 0.11 0.42 1.63 2.97 Maximum Month Daily Demand (MGD) 0.13 0.51 1.96 3.56 COM 3-5 P:IColI,erCounlyllD-YearWalerSupplyFacilihesWor1<PlenIDraItFtnaIPlanITe><t\Section3.doc COM Aqenda liern I~o. 8 September 25, 2007 Page 42 of 133 Section 4 Existing Water Supply Facilities 4.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) 4.1.1 Water Supply Permits The SFWMD regulates withdrawals from groundwater sources in Collier County. CCWSD currently maintains 2 consumptive use permits (CUPs), one for potable water supply and one for supplemental supply of the reclaimed water system. An additional CUP for potable water supply has been requested by CCWSD for supply of the planned Northeast Regional Water Treatment Plant (NERWTP). The NERWTP and additional planned facilities within the CCWSD system are discussed in Section 5.1. Table 4-1 provides details on the CUPs CCWSD currently maintains and has requested. Table 4-1. Consumotive Use Permits Issued bv SFWMD to CCWSD Consumptive Aquifer Number of Expiration Annual Average Maximum Use Permit Permitted Date Allocation Day Monthly Wells (MG) Allocation Allocation (MGD) (MG) LT 36 02/08/26 6,868 18.82 N/A HZ1 46 02/08/11 5,840 16.00 N/A 11-00249-W LH 28 02/08/26 N/A N/A N/A Total 110 20,490 56.14 1981 LT ! 3 TBD 949 2.60 N/A HZ1 4 TBD 949 2.60 N/A 070529-12' I I LH 14 TBD I 3,650 13.30 I N/A , I I Total 21 4,599 15.90 390.6 , LT 7 TBD I 2,639 7.23 N/A 11-00052-W' WT 6 TBD , Total , 13 2,639 7.23 N/A I I L T = Lower Tamiami HZ1 = Hawthorn Zone 1 LH = Lower Hawthorn WT = Water Table , Application in process for a consumptive use permit for the planned NERWTP. 2 Consumptive use permit for supplemental reclaimed water wellfield. Permit is currently in renewal process. 4-1 P:\ColI,er Counlyl,o.-Year Waler Supply Fadllj,es WOr/<. Plan\Drafl Final PlanHeXl\SeClIOn 4 docBI2212007 . aJM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P~t4l!Jdf133 Existing Water Supply Facilities The CCWSD also has a permit for operation of a 1 MGD potable water ASR well near the Manatee Pumping Station Site. 4.1.2 Potable Water Facilities 4.1.2.1 Wellfields Currently, the CCWSD operates 3 wellfields: the Golden Gate Tamiami Wellfield, the North Hawthorn Reverse Osmosis (RO) Wellfield, and the South Hawthorn RO Well field. The location of each of these wellfields is illustrated in Figure 4-1. The North Hawthorn RO and South Hawthorn RO wellfields contain wells that tap the Hawthorn Zone 1 (HZl) and the Lower Hawthorn (LH) aquifers, both of which tend to be brackish in those areas of Collier County. The wellfields serve the low pressure reverse osmosis (LPRO) treatment trains at the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant (NCRWTP) and the South County Regional Water Treatment Plant (SCRWTP), respectively. The Golden Gate Tamiami Wellfield contains wells that tap the Lower Tamiami (LT) Aquifer, which contains freshwater. The wellfield serves the membrane filtration (MF) equipment at the NCRWTP and the lime softening (LS) equipment at the SCRWTP. Tables 4-2, 4-3, and 4-4 summarize the existing wells in the Golden Gate Tamiami Well field, the North Hawthorn RO Wellfield, and the South Hawthorn RO Wellfield, respectively. 4.1.2.2 Water Treatment Facilities The CCWSD is served by two water treatment plants (WTPs), the NCRWTP and the SCRWTP, which are shown in Figure 4-2. The NCRWTP is located on the north side of Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension east of CR.951 in the northeastern quadrant of the service area. The plant utilizes groundwater withdrawn from the LT, HZ1 and LH aquifers. Water from the LT Aquifer is treated using MF, while water from the HZl and LH aquifers are treated by LPRO. Currently, the plant is capable of producing 20 MGD of finished water; 12 MGD from the MF process and 8 MGD from the LPRO process. The SCRWTP is located near the intersection of CR-951 and 1-75 about 5.5 miles south of the NCRWTP. The plant utilizes groundwater withdrawn from the LT, HZl and LH aquifers. Water from the LT Aquifer is treated using LS, while water from the HZl and LH aquifers are treated by LPRO. Currently, the plant is capable of producing 20 MGD of finished water; 12 MGD from the LS process and 8 MGD from the LPRO process. A summary of the existing water treatment facilities is provided in Table 4-5. In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount of raw water required to achieve the design capacity is also provided. 4-2 P,\CollierCounly\lO-YearWBlerSupplyFadlitiesWOf1<:PlanIDraflFlnaIPlanIText\Sedlon4.doc8122J2007 Ii 'I II il I, il Ii ,II \i II 11 1,\ \\ \\ ,~ II 1\ , , -.--,-----" '--..- -~,i,r ',I Ii L: :j n i ,-, I' :-;, I "-:'! ""'1 I --I , ---Ii - :1 Ii I' """""I Ii /' [, 1:---< [ I I I~ 'I i: 'I 1, I II I: i' i' NCRWTP i! .- I e" 30" -'---11 I I' ""II 30" . I Agenda Item No.8 0epHlllTlOer ::J, VUt --- 1"age 44 of 133 II I, " ..' ,I ~I-'" I ::':-,.' i -Y ~~-- i/ II II II Ii I . . . . . ! I. II o .75 ~- - SCALE IN 1 . , . ... LEGEND EXISTING RAW WATER TRANSMISSION MAINS EXISTING WELLS . I~ 1.5 , MILES FIGURE 4-1 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACIL TIES WORK PLAN EXISTING CCWSO WELLFIELDS AND RAW WATER TRANSMISSION MAINS . COM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P.t4l!>elf133 Existing Water Supply Facilities Table 4-2. Existing CCWSD Golden Gate Tamiami Wellfield' Well Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity No. (It) Casing (It) (in) (gpm) 1 LT 96 50 16 700 2 LT 100 50 16 700 3 LT 100 51 16 700 4 LT 102 52 16 700 5 LT 108 50 16 700 6 LT 101 65 12 700 7 LT 106 65 12 700 9 LT 114 65 12 700 10 LT 112 71 12 700 11 LT 137 90 12 700 12 LT 133 90 12 700 13 LT 130 84 12 700 14 LT 131 85 12 700 15 LT 130 84 12 700 16 LT 150 92 12 700 17 LT 125 78 12 1000 18 LT 126 80 12 1000 19 LT 128 83 12 1000 20 LT 131 83 12 1000 21 LT 110 62 12 1000 22 LT 101 62 12 1000 23 LT 111 59 12 1000 24 LT 109 58 12 1000 25 LT 110 65 12 1000 26 LT 106 65 12 1000 27 LT 105 61 12 1000 28 LT 120 66 12 1000 29 LT 125 72 12 1000 30 LT 120 58 12 1000 31 LT 120 65 12 1000 32 LT 120 65 12 1000 33 LT 120 70 12 1000 34 LT 120 80 12 1000 35 LT 145 102 12 1000 36 LT 125 92 12 1000 37 LT 150 100 12 1000 1 Information on existing wells taken from CUP #11-00249-W. 4-4 P:\CollierCountyl1G-YearWale, Supply Fadlihes Work Plan\J)rnfl Final Plan\Te><l\Seclion4 doc812212007 COM Table 4-3. Existing North Hawthorn RO Wellfield Summary' Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P~titli;J,/f133 Existing Water Supply Facilities Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (ft) Casing (ft) (in) (gpm) RO-1N LH 801 705 16/12' 1000 RO-2N LH 780 734 16/12' 1000 RO-3N LH 800 720 16/12' 1000 RO-4N LH 891 744 16/12' 1000 RO-5N LH 1070 790 16/12' 1000 RO-6N LH 975 740 16/12' 1000 RO-7N LH 977 775 16/12' 1000 RO-9N LH 952 780 16/12' 1000 RO-10N LH 1011 750 16/12' 1000 RO-11N LH 951 735 16/12' 1000 RO-12N LH 891 730 16/123 1000 RO-13N LH 925 731 16/123 1000 RO-14N LH 950 713 16/12' 1000 RO-15N LH 957 737 16/123 1000 RO-16N LH 989 751 16/12' 1000 RO-17N LH 996 780 16/123 1000 RO-18N LH 1000 700 16 1000 RO-19N LH 1000 700 16 1000 RO-20N LH 1000 700 16 1000 RO-101N HZ1 512 397 16 350 RO-102N HZ1 500 400 16 350 RO-109N HZ1 475 404 I 16 350 I RO-114N HZ1 514 412 I 16 I 350 I RO-115N HZ1 500 400 , 16 350 RO-116N HZ1 500 400 16 350 RO-117N HZ1 500 400 16 350 RO-118N HZ1 500 400 16 350 I RO-119N HZ1 500 400 I 16 350 I RO-120N HZ1 500 400 16 350 Information on eXlstmg wells taken from CUP #11-00249-W. 2 16-inch casing to 100 feet, then 12~inch casing to production casing depth, 3 16-inch casing to 150 feet, then 12-inch casing to production casing depth. 4 16-inch casing to 160 feet, then 12-inch casing to production casing depth. P:\Coll'erCounly\lO-YearWaterSupp'yFacillt'esWor1<Plan\DraItF,naIPla~\Te><t\Sect'0<14.doc812212007 . 4-5 <:aM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25,2007 Pa'iwt4>71e1f 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities Table 4-4. Existing South Hawthorn RO Wellfield SummarY Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter (in) Capacity (It) Casing (It) (gpm) RO-1S HZ1 420 312 16/12' 1000 RO-2S HZ1 400 292 16/12' 1000 RO-3S HZ1 403 293 16/12' 1000 RO-4S HZ1 402 331 16/12' 1000 RO-5S HZ1 402 297 16/12' 1000 RO-6S HZ1 421 317 16/12' 1000 RO-7S HZ1 442 328 16/12' 1000 RO-8S LH 982 660 16/12' 1000 RO-9S LH 682 630 16/12' 1000 RO-lOS LH 842 630 16/12' 1000 RO-11S LH 963 653 16/12' 1000 RO-12S HZ1 422 299 16/12' 1000 RO-13S HZ1 400 295 16/12' 1000 RO-14S HZ1 422 298 16/12' 1000 RO-15S HZ1 402 295 16/12' 1000 RO-39S HZ1 400 300 16 1000 I RO-40S LH 1000 700 16 1000 RO-41S HZ1 400 300 16 1000 RO-42S LH 1000 700 16 1000 Information on eXisting wells taken from CUP #11-00249-W. 2 16-inch casing to 120 feet, then 12-inch casing to production casing depth. 4-6 P:\CollierCoonty\1G-YearWaterSllpplyFacilitIBsWorkPlenIDraflFinalP1enITe><l\Sectlon4.doc8/2212007 \\ " ~ , " ~.\,' \// ... \.~ \=-. ._~_._.:;,' "'~(/-~ _Ii, \')- " \, j I \;ur., 'e,,_ ',I. '.I' .. i '.-. .,' ,,' -., ....f... . .'_.' I,'---T I.. , - !ri, ~ Ii ),;> i: I' , r-. -, 1.\ lr, :-< ,'~' . '1',,-;, ','/f.!- ; \'<1 (~; ;? '1'i'; ., ~ ~ ~ '/ ."""", ~, , I " ::' w LEGEND EXISTING POTABLE WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES - ~ o o ~ o N , ~ " i: W ~ i: I ! I ,! !\csnda Item No, 8 ;:,epl~mDel- ~;:), L li I Page 48 of 133 LEE CO COLLIER CO Ii Ii ;..1 II I, J d I I I I NCRWTPf- 3.0 , MILES o 1.5 ~- - SCALE IN -il II II ,I:, I I , , , i , , ~ --:- ! r SCRWTP ---!'~~~---~' -..-;- /~ / :-.~ f ,,' I I I I , I i I~~ 0...., =-. I <- -'..,1 , ,;.... e''''''_:'i . .,~, ",.r.I.' ! ,I ~ , ; ; I / I ,4' / L~,", ~) Lf'4 \ - r "" I ':." ~~i'r' , i '____I r\ I ' \ "(J~,-. ,L__;-7 FIGURE 4-2 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACILTIES WORK PLAN EXISTING CCWSD POTABLE WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES r CDM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P~til:llJe1f133 Existing Water Supply Facilities T Table 4-5. Summary of ExistinQ CCWSD Water reatment Facilities Facility Name Design Raw Water Raw Traditional/ Alternative Capacity Requirement' Water (MGD) (MGD) Source NCRWTP MF 12.00 14.12 LT Traditional (Fresh) NCRWTP 8.00 10.67 LH/HZ1 Alternative (Brackish) LPRO SCRWTP LS 12.00 12.37 LT Traditional (Fresh) SCRWTP 8.00 10.67 LH/HZ1 Alternative (Brackish) LPRO Total 40.00 47.82 .. Information on eXisting treatment faCilities taken from the Collier County 2005 Water Master Plan Update, adopted by the Collier County BCC on June 6, 2006. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water needed to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the finished water capacity by the efficiency of the treatment process. 4.1.2.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The existing transmission facilities consist of transmission pipelines, water storage tanks, an aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) system, and pumping facilities. The storage and pumping facilities utilized by CCWSD are shown in Figure 4-3. The pumping facilities are comprised of high service pumps located at both water treatment plants, 4 water booster pumping stations and an in-line booster pump station. Ground storage tanks at the treatment facilities and at the booster pumping stations provide system storage and reserve capacity to help meet the peak hourly demands of the system. The booster pumping stations and storage tanks are located at the Isle of Capri, Manatee Road, and Carica Road. The CCWSD maintains and operates the Goodland Water Booster Pumping Station, which is part of the Goodland Water Sub-District. An in-line booster station is located in the northwest portion of the system near Vanderbilt Drive. In addition to the traditional storage and pumping facilities mentioned above, CCWSD operates a 1 MGD potable water ASR system at the Manatee Road Pumping Station. Potable water is stored at various strategic points in the CCWSD distribution system to help meet diurnal peak system and fire flow demands. A summary of the existing storage facilities is provided in Table 4-6. Table 4-6. Summary of Existing CCWSD Water Storage Facilities Facility Name Tank Volume (MG) Usable Storaoe Volume (MG\ NCRWTP 12.00 11.10 SCRWTP 14.00 12.40 Isle of Capri 0.25 0.20 Manatee Road Pumoina Station 2.00 1.80 Carica Road Pumpina Station 10.00 9.30 Manatee Road ASR' N/A -1 MGD System Total 38.25 34.80 Information on eXisting water storage faCilities taken from the Collier County 2005 Water Master Plan Update, adopted by the Collier County BCC on June 6, 2006. 2 Storage volume for Manatee Road ASR not included in total. 4-8 P:\CollierCounty\lo-YearWale'SupplyFadlillesWorkPla~\DraflFlnalPlanlTexl\Secllon4.doc812212DD7 '" 'I, \ 1\ / J,I !I\,/ ,/..p.G. ,_p.1 I ';;.4. :.'.1 "II \,ij .. ....1 I 'J "1 I ~--., \ II.!.-r / ;,,!CARICA I'~ Ii BOOS,TER . Ii STATIION ! r," ~ '-.c ......, \ ''if :J ~\ \'^' ~~ I: "' , \0J .. :V' !~ '?" , \" ~ ~.,: ~J .LI .\ ~.- -,' .:':, 1 \I! I \\"~I-""II'\?.I U1/> I]'>~~ )"" "I \ >'j ."" ') ','ii"i '"" >- >< ~ ,---- , " \-.-' ':>;,,'0 " ., ~'i LEGEND EXISTING POTABLE WATER STORAGE FACILITIES . II :'11 i' .1 " II II Aqenda Item ~~o. C ;:,eplemuer' L::J. LULl I . Page 50 of 133 LEE CO COLLIER CO 1,,\ \, il Ii " II, . ", NCRWTP ~) o 1.5 r-'!- - SCALE IN ~-=--, je,) l; ,,;>P-E~: / eel "" GQ)')BLANQ,--BDOSTER -.', ."., ' ,STATh",)~. ( " ~."7;...,' r _, " """.,.--';_ ..' 3.0 , MILES FIGURE 4-3 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACILTIES WORK PLAN EXISTING CCWSD POTABLE WATER STORAGE FACILITIES , I :i'<5'~"'.J~,?~ESl~::cCSA::{ION (~ ;,'-,,'/\7/:,""_, "~I' ',' '; ',/ I, -'n j j ,'~'~fi:;--"~;l'.:' ;' \_~;;-,) ",J:' l I _. c. r /\ ""1,1 I , ) I I __--_1-/'1 -;"J~___2Y'-'~ - i,. " Ii SCRWTP ii" I: I , I , '1'. I , , ~ I , , / / -,/ I' I 'MANATEE ROAD ASR I ~A~ATEE'""BOOSTER STATION ' "' "" "'oz~ -"<~, ""'~ /,. n --,', CDM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P~tf917l'1f 133 Exisllng Water Supply Facilities Potable water is pumped from the plants into the distribution system. The distribution system includes water mains designated as either transmission or distribution mains. The CCWSD pipelines 16 inches in diameter and larger are generally termed transmission mains. These are typically located along arterial and collector roadways and convey water to major demand areas. Pipelines smaller than 16 inches in diameter are generally called distribution mains, branching off the transmission system to supply individual users. The transmission mains and major distribution mains that serve the CCWSD are illustrated in Figure 4-4. Overall, the CCWSD owns and maintains over 800 miles of water transmission and distribution pipelines, up to 42 inches in diameter, with over 49,000 individual service connections. 4.1.3 Reclaimed Water Facilities CCWSD operates the largest reclaimed water system in South Florida. Currently, the system serves 28 customers with contractual commitments of 22.3 MGD. The majority of the existing customer base is golf courses, residential communities, environmental mitigation areas, county parks, and roadway medians. There are more than 140 additional entities within Collier County that have requested connection to the reclaimed water system and are currently on a waiting list. 4,1.3.1 Water Reclamation Facilities CCWSD currently operates two water reclamation facilities (WRFs), the North County Water Reclamation Facility (NCWRF) and the South County Water Reclamation Facility (SCWRF), which are shown in Figure 4-5. Table 4-7 summaries the capacities of the existing reclaimed water facilities. Table 4.7. Summary of Existing Water Reclamation Facilities 1 Facility Name Design Capacity (MGD) NCWRF 24.10 SCWRF 16.00 Total 40.10 Information on eXlstmg water reclamation faCIlities taken from the Collier County 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update, adopted by the Collier County BCC on June 6, 2006. 2 The design capacities do not reflect the amount of reclaimed water available from the facilities. The amount of reclaimed water available is based on influent flow and treatment efficiency. 4.1.3.2 Reclaimed Water Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The reclaimed water distribution system, which consists of 125 miles of transmission and distribution pipeline, is currently divided into two services areas; one in the north and one in the south, that are supplied by the respective WRF. There are a few small interconnects between the two service areas, but the system is hydraulically limited from passing large volumes of water from one service area to the other. This issue is currently being addressed by the development of a reclaimed water booster pump 4-10 P,\CollierCounly\10-YearWalerSupplyFacilit,,,sWorkPlan\DranFinalP1anlText\Seclion4.doc812212007 Apenda Itee, I~o. c: ':'l':;plelllD8r ~;), IJUi Page 52 of 133 ,. \\ LEE CO COLLIER CO 2.... ".'1 , 241 ! o 1.5 ~ - - SCALE IN 3.0 , MILES 11:..;16" 12"::;' 12"~' ' Cl ,,. ,~ '-, '""" \~ ":,1 42"10 ". 12'" .-; 16" ~, ,. 1<"; ,go 12 - 11:- _ 16"';,') 16" "Ii ! n" ,,"'j ~l:: ......~ \ 'Ii; I,"I.I'L!,::,!'I ", 'I I I . !~U""""""""U\ il',----L./ vt.,;r" "::: "::t ": \ \ #.,(~I\ 12" i \ I,,___~_, I ~~,: j. tll" ,~j l'--., I 16" 1~: ,j ~,,"';"I,"i16 'j!:Z" , ;J . -)j 12";' ". " 'J.:-I ,~ ". >- '"' ~ ',Y', " l~' j'" /'20. .1. ". ". ,,- lZ' ~ , / I or , /\>>.~. "'7 ' '"~~l.'''",-,,,, ~i:;~' ::-~t~>,,:r i LEGEND 1\ i \: J ~( ( \ I ' EXISTING POTABLE WATER TRANSMISSION MAINS , \ "' ~~~~:-~'? ~-~: \ , ~~ "' "' ". " FIGURE 4-4 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACIL TIES WORK PLAN EXISTING CCWSD POTABLE WATER TRANSMISSION MAINS , c: \ Apenda Item NO.8 0eptemoer o. U / Page 53 of 133 I' 'I LEE CO COLLIER CO :':j ::! ~ I. (1 ,....., ~ ~ c '""'J " " EXISTING \\ " ., " o 1.5 ~- - SCALE IN 3.0 , MILES NCWRF \,%' l~:f :.,i) )~ r 4 (ji,", \,-1 "11'-"1'" ,tn I~ :"\ \ I,], ,II ' if' I] ! 1'~!;! \.l., I ') j " : J 11 " : \.JI \, \ J, \, I"~ ;j i.~ I" , t,~( ) \:1 I' ii I: ii I' t ) () '""'J I , I '< j" ~ "~~(~, '~~~~<:~~~ 'I'" II -= 'V J I l I 'I ! ""jEXISTIN1_SCW~~, \.. I , I I / I "'J ,.,,/,/1"'''''' /'/ . , I f'ny; ','.'_ ":.,, C' ,';~ ", ~- >' ~ ~ .~ ;:-J. .~ ~ 1,1' i ~C; -', iJi 'j/, \ "'" -, ii , . I; -\~,'~-cv_ '\\.\ "", , '\'~'\Z~, '"', ""... '-.."" '-"'~ \\\ ,~ (4; '- ','i\ " \.-, '~"':l'\.-.j/" \\ \. < " '1-'1 \ / ,"'\-_J:Ji- \~)\\ (,"; -," '\, -,'.\ -\;- -". 'c-"' ',:<',\\ LEGEND '. "",'\.. ...... ! ) ,. 1:;\'~:\,'--;2:::i: ~'-" ":;f;J"bJ6C1'1 j . "-", "(\'\' (', ' l' .~ v ~-'"'(~) ii - (l> t--J<\. -\ }'-"~, 'I ) ,~l" ,- I " '\ i ''"~_ I . c~,...c, r \\~;~-, '.-'> -J v C!\_""\'>t,~'-f \ ("-1 .....- 1~? fA \1 /" \ ".if~:l.. ~ ~)\.-..,) ..) lv[~""'"M\_r'V)_. ({ EXISTING WATER RECLAMA TION FACILITIES * FIGURE 4-5 COLLIER COUNTY 1O,YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACIL TIES WORK PLAN EXISTING CCWSD WATER RECLAMATION FACILITIES mM Aoenda 118m NO.8 September 25. 2007 Paq~SIj4tioh1B3 Existing Water Supply Facilities station that will interconnect the two service areas and provide the capacity for transferring up to 5 MGD of reclaimed water. Reclaimed water produced at the two WRFs can be temporarily stored in on-site ponds. Storage of up to 1 MG is also available at the former Pelican Bay WRF, which was decommissioned in 2006 and converted to a reclaimed water storage and pumping facility. Additional storage is achieved in the distribution system which provides 130 MG of wet weather storage. Excess water is pumped into deep injection wells (DIWs) for disposaL Figure 4-6 presents the reclaimed water distribution system. One of the significant issues that the reclaimed water system must contend with is wet weather storage. During the wet season, demand for reclaimed water drops off sharply and CCWSD is forced to put the reclaimed water down its DIWs from which it cannot be recovered. The County has identified this scenario as a waste of a valuable resource and is making efforts to reduce the amount of reclaimed water that is disposed during the wet season. To this end, a reclaimed water ASR is being developed. The initial phase of the reclaimed water ASR is ongoing with cycle testing to commence within the next few months. Following 18 months of cycle testing, the ASR will be put into service, where it is expected to provide between 0.5 and 1 MGD of reclaimed water to meet peak season demands. 4.13.3 Supplemental Wellfields In addition to the two existing WRFs, pumping and storage facilities, CCWSD utilizes two supplemental wellfields to meet its contractual requirements. The locations of the two wellfields, known as the Pelican Bay Wellfield and the lmmokalee (Mule Pen Quarry) Wellfield, are shown in Figure 4-6. The wellfields are permitted under CUP 1l-00052-W, described in Section 4.1.1, which allows CCWSD to withdraw water from the Lower Tamiami Aquifer in the Pelican Bay Well field and the Water-Table aquifer at the Immokalee Wellfield, to meet peak demands within the reclaimed water distribution system. A summary of the wells that make up these wellfields is provided in Table 4-8. 4-13 P:\Colller COlJnty\lO-Year WalerSupply Facllllies Work Plan\Dran FI naIPlanITe>ct\Sechon4.docB/2212007 . >,,..,, w I I " LEGEND o ~ I ~ " G: WATER RECLAldATlON * FACILITY ~~IT~~Nt.lGA~ESCLAIlde:D_ SUPPLEldENTAL * WELLFIELOS G: LEE CO COLLIER CO 20 t";J" ,",..,~..",---""-..,....~... Aqenda Item No.3 ;:,ep18rn er 0, LUU { Pa e 55 of 133 o 1.0 ~- SCALE IN 2.0 , MILES 2 12 16 .J,B ! 24, ' 24 SCWR~*: Gf" " "'_'';;'<M^.,:::::: ,,:~,,[' {~:;~:'I.:,,__ -~<,-,--".-"".,--" 12~ o FIGURE 4-6 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACIL TIES WORK PLAN EXISTING CCWSD RECLAIMED WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM CDM Aqenoa Item NO.8 September 25,2007 P<ful!;t/l1!Jelf 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities T bl 4 8 S t IW II' f E . r CCWSD S a e - ummary 0 XIS mg upp,emen a e s Well Aquifer ! Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (gpm) No. i (It) Casing (It) (in) ! 1 LT I 100 50 10 300 2 LT 100 50 10 300 3 LT 100 50 10 300 4 LT 100 50 10 300 5 LT 100 50 10 300 6 LT 100 50 10 300 7 LT 100 50 10 300 8 WT 35 20 10 500 9 WT 35 20 10 500 10 WT 35 20 10 500 11 WT 35 20 10 500 12 WT 35 20 10 500 13 WT 35 20 10 500 Information on eXIsting wells taken from CUP #11-00052-W. 4.2 lmmokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) 4.2.1 Water Supply Permits The IWSD maintains one CUP for potable water supply. The details of the CUP are presented in Table 4-9. Table 4-9. Consumptive Use Permits Issued by SFWMD to the Immokalee Water and Sewer District Consumptive Aquifer Number of Expiration Annual Average Maximum Use Permit Permitted Date Allocation Day Day Wells (MG) Allocation Allocation , (MGD) (MGD) Lower i 11-00013-W I 16 6/15/2010 1,227 3.36 4.70 Tamiami i 4.2.2 Potable Water Facilities 4.2.2.1 Wellfields Currently, the IWSD operates three wellfields; one adjacent to each of its WTPs. The locations of each of these wellfields and WTPs are illustrated in Figure 4-7. The wells maintained by the Immokalee Water and Sewer District tap the Lower Tamiami Aquifer, which is a traditional freshwater source. Table 4-10 summarizes the existing wells operated by the Immokalee Water and Sewer District. 4.2.2.2 Water Treatment Facilities The Immokalee Water and Sewer District is served by 3 interconnected water treatment facilities, the Jerry V. Warden WTP, the Airport WTP and the Carson Road WTP, which are shown in Figure 4-7. 4-15 P:lColherCounlyl,o.-YearWaterSupplyFacilit,esWorl<PlanIDraflF,nalPlanITextlSecllon4doclll22/2001 T C!flrb to::>m t\ln ,0, September 25, 2007 Page 57 of 133 ~t 0' T-',-- I I ~ ~ I ~ I "': I 1)j I ,Y I ,.11 +-~i-,I- L_ . / ~"' I q~ i y z;: '"co I I ,< co I ~'" I' ~/ 3~ u-< " ~"".t." ~n. I ::l~ t; '0".1 !tie , ~tn!, L 11/ ,- ---~__:~ ;rl- ---7:--- w ~d :;ilk: I ~o ~~ j \';~~~tJ' -- L----l--- --: _ x I -- I I I I I I 1_ J____. 'T-'-- I I I I o 6000 12000 ~-- SCALE IN FEET ! / t / J..l" C' / ,'oJ I I I >-Z '"~ I z::> I ~~ -,~--,--,-,- ::l(/) I u" ., I w"' "'~ I ;~ I ;jii; XO~ ~-- :i!~i"- I R:ffi~ .,VHf> I I I ,'" 846 -"--1""'""" w , I '" v ~ m o v o .... "' o .... v o I I I ----. --I-- I I I I o ~ w 2---" ...J~' x:: ~~'~~ ~ 88~~ ~~d< l/1ll)oC::: f'-;~z~ ~N<(I) I I I \ -----\"----- I I I ~_____.J." '" -' -' co '" / I ,,( : ;".-; . I' _L_'_i;d~o::~;"__:"",,",,,___________,_~__.__~.-;;;__~___~-i , .,' ~ ~ , v '" ~ 0 >- '" ~ z "'" w 0 [L '-' z [L w '" '" -' 0 '" tD '" 0 OJ (fl ~ ~ '" x o "' o ~ ~ ., 10 w ~ G: FIGURE 4-7 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FAC1lTIES WORK PLAN EXISTING IWSD WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES CDM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 . Page5"efllit>h14.33 Existing Water Supply Facilities T bl 4 10 S f E . t" IWSD P t bl W WII a e - ummary 0 XIS Ing I oa e ater e s Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (It) Casing (It) (in) (Qpm) 1 LT 275 236 4 110 2 LT 225 140 6 400 3 LT 315 230 8 200 4 LT 275 250 8 225 5 LT 275 236 8 225 6 LT 175 95 8 250 7 LT 278 234 8 250 8 LT 200 140 8 350 9 LT 200 140 8 350 10 LT 200 125 8 350 11 LT 200 154 6 250 12 LT 210 140 8 200 13 LT 210 128 8 350 14 LT 180 100 8 350 15 LT 180 100 8 350 16 LT 187 107 6 I 350 Information on eXisting wells taken from CUP #11-Q0013-W. The Jerry V. Warden WTP is located on the west side of Sanitation Road, south of CR- 29. Freshwater from the Lower Tamiami Aquifer is treated at the plant using LS. The plant has a finished water capacity of 2.25 MGD. The Carson Road WTP is located on the west side of Carson Road, north of Lake Trafford Road. The plant utilizes LS to treat the freshwater from the Lower Tamiami Aquifer and has a finished water capacity of 0.9 MGD. The Airport WTP is located east of New Market Road East, north of CR-846. LS is utilized at the plant to treat freshwater from the Lower Tamiami Aquifer. The finished water capacity of the plant is 1.35 MGD. A summary of the existing water treatment facilities is provided in Table 4-11. In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount of raw water required to make the design capacity is also provided. 4.2.2.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The existing transmission facilities consist of transmission pipelines, water storage tanks, and pumping facilities. The transmission facilities utilized by IWSD are shown in Figure 4-7. Water from the Jerry v. Warden WTP is pumped to two ground storage tanks, with a total capacity of I.S0 MG, located on the plant site. Water from the Carson Road WTP is pumped to an on-site 0.5 MG ground storage tank. Water from the Airport WTP is pumped to an on-site 0.75 MG ground storage tank. Table 4-12 summaries the existing water storage facilities utilized by IWSD. 4-17 P:\CoII.", CoufllyllO-Year Water Supply Facilities worn Plan\Draff F'nal PlanlTeXl\Section 4.doc&'2212007 COM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P~t8ll>df 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities Table 4-11. Summary of Existing IWSD Water Treatment Facilities 1 Facility Name Design Raw Water Raw Water Traditional/ Capacity Requirement' Source Alternative (MGD) (MGD) Jerry V. Warden WTP 2.25 2.32 LT Traditional (Fresh) Airport WTP 1.35 1.39 LT Traditional (Fresh) Carson Road WTP 0.90 0.93 LT Traditional (Fresh) Total 4.50 4.64 .. "". Information on eXlsllng water treatment faCilities taken from the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update approved by the Governing Board of the SFWMD on July 12, 2006. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the finished water capacity by the efficiency of the treatment process. Table 4-12. Summary of Existing IWSD Water Storage Facilities 1 Facility Name Tank Volume (MG) Usable Storaoe Volume (MG) Jerry V. Warden WTP 1.80 1.80 Carson Road WTP 0.50 0.50 Airport WTP 0.75 0.75 Total 3.05 3.05 InformatIon on eXlstmg water storage faCIlities taken from CUP #11-00013-W. 4.2.3 Reclaimed Water Facilities Currently, IWSD disposes of all effluent wastewater via an on-site spray irrigation field and percolation ponds. There are no current plans to develop a reclaimed water distribution system. 4.3 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) 4.3.1 Water Supply Permits The FGUA maintains one CUP for potable water supply. The details of the CUP are presented in Table 4-13. Table 4-13. Consumptive Use Permits Issued bv SFWMD to FGUA Consumptive Aquifer Number of Expiration Annual Average Maximum Use Permit Permitted Date Allocation Day Monthly Wells (MG) Allocation Allocation (MGD) (MG) LT 2 (proposed) 9/11/2008 331 0.91 33.75 11-00148-W WT 9 9/11/200S N/A N/A N/A Total 11 702 1.92 71.50 4-18 P:lColllerCoun\y\10-Yea,Wat",SupplyFacilihesWori<PlanIDraftFinalPlan\T"xt\Section4 docB12212007 CDM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P.t6lm,jf 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities 4.3.2 Potable Water Facilities 4.3.2.1 Wellfields Currently, FGUA operates 1 wellfield, with wells on or adjacent to its WTP site. The locations of these wells and WTP are illustrated in Figure 4-S. The wells maintained by FGUA tap the WT Aquifer, which is a traditional freshwater source. The two permitted LT wells are proposed and discussed in Section 5.3.1.1. Table 4-14 summarizes the existing wells operated by FGUA. T bl 4 14 S t d b FGUA 1 fW II 0 a e . ummar) 0 e S Jpera e oy Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (ft) Casing (ft) (in) (gpm) 1 WT 22 15 6 200 2 WT 22 15 8 250 3 WT 45 35 6 160 4 I WT 45 35 8 200 I 5 WT 22 15 8 250 8 WT I 22 15 8 250 9 WT 25 25 10 200 10 WT 25 I 15 8 200 11 WT 25 15 8 200 Information on eXisting wells taken from CUP #11-00148-W. 4.3.2.2 Water Treatment Facilities FGUA operates 1 WTP, the Golden Gate Water Treatment Plant, which is located west of CR-951, south of Golden Gate Parkway, as shown in Figure 4-S. The WTP has a finished water capacity of 1.22 MGD using LS, which is augmented by 0.87 MGD of RO for additional capacity. A summary of the existing water treatment facilities is provided in Table 4-15. In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount raw water required to make the design capacity is also provided. Table 4-15. Summary of Existing FGUA Water Treatment Facilities 1 Facility Name Design Raw Water Raw Traditionall Capacity Requirement' Water Alternative (MGD) (MGD) Source Golden Gate WTP 1.22 1.26 WT Traditional (Fresh) (LS) Golden Gate WTP 0.87 1.16 WT Traditional (Fresh) (RO\ Total 2.09 2.42 "" Information of eXisting water treatment faCilities take from the draft 2007 Water Master Plan Update, prepared by Arcadis, June 2007. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the finished water capacity by the efficiency of the treatment process. P,ICOhierCoonlyljQ.YearWalerSLlpplyFacrI1IiesWorl<PlanlOraflF,naiP,anITe><tlSeclion4.ooc8/2212007 4-19 . <~ , .' ;~--'C"X~'71 ^ - 'Q-'~i:: :"-_.- \---- i ,~" i...' ~,~ <'.'; i "'., . ,-' "=,_ __.---, \O:'i t - ~I . 1 I . ,~,c /' --~". Q <. ~ . ::j ~ ~~ .... < .... . t;~ , E; ~ / / ; '- ." '. / / / /~(.- / w I '" " ~ c; o c- o '- ~ o '- '" o . '" I .. " G: W ~ G: COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY EXISTING FGUA WELLFIELD AND WATER non. ::; tqm f\1n P, September 25, 2007 4Pf 61 of 133 o 300 600 ~-- SCALE IN FEET .. I- I 17 ',.,-,'/ FIGURE 4-8 F ACIL TIES WORK PLAN TREA TMEN T FACILITY CDM A.genda Item No. 0 September 25, 2007 P~~e!f 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities 4.3.2.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The existing transmission facilities consist of transmission pipelines, water storage tanks, and pumping facilities. The transmission facilities utilized by FGUA are shown in Figure 4-9. Water from the WTP is pumped to a 0.52 MG ground storage tank, located on the plant site. From the storage tank water enters the distribution system which consists of mains ranging in size from 2-inch to 14-inch. The distribution system contains approximately 42.5 miles of mains. A booster pump station with a 1 MG ground storage tank on Green Boulevard is used to maintain water pressures within the distribution system. Table 4-16 summaries the existing water storage facilities utilized by FGUA. Table 4-16 Summary of Existing FGUA Storage Facilities 1 Facilitv Name Tank Volume (MG) Usable Storaqe Volume (MG) Golden Gate WTP Tank 0.52 0.52 Green Blvd. Booster Pump Station Tank 1.00 1.00 Total 1.52 1.52 Information of eXisting water storage faCilities take from the draft 2007 Water Master Plan Update, prepared by Arcadis, June 2007. 4.3.3 Reclaimed Water Facilities The FGUA currently disposes of treated wastewater using rapid infiltration basins (RIBs). The existing permitted capacity of the RIB system is 1.25 MGD, which is sufficient to meet the disposal need of the existing 0.95 MGD facility and the planned Phase I expansion of the facility to 1.25 MGD AADF, scheduled to come on-line in 200S. Two planned future expansions of the facility will increase the capacity to 2.00 MGD by 2010. The FGUA considered the possibility of utilizing water reclamation as a possible alternative disposal method in its 2006 Reuse Feasibility Report, but determined that upgrading the treatment facilities to FDEP public access reuse standards and developing a reclaimed water distribution system within the service area would be cost prohibitive. As an alternative thc FGUA has decided to construct a Class 1 deep injection well to mect future effluent disposal needs. 4.4 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) 4.4.1 Water Supply Permits The OTUC maintains one CUP for potable water supply. The details of the CUP are presented in Table 4-17. Table 4-17. Consumotive Use Permits Issued bv SFWMD to OTUC Consumptive Aquifer Number of Expiration Annual Average Maximum Use Permit Permitted Date Allocation Day Monthly Wells (MG) Allocation Allocation (MGD) (MGD) 11-00419-W LT 6 11/11/2009 313 0.86 37.70 4-21 P-lCoII,e,Coul1ryl\()..YearWalerSupplyFacilit,esWo",,-Plal110raftFI!13IPlal1'.Te><lISecl,on4_docBl22!2007 . w , I " on v m o ~ o ..... ~ o ..... ro o m , v " "' w ~ "' -tI. Il'-'!nrl Itqrn 1\10 R Septemoer 25 2007 -'!!p*, 63 of 133 o 6000 12000 ~-- SCALE IN FEET Q 2: t;l '" .... " " . < < "~ ' :r= ~ 0< 0 z> Z ~~ ~ x< x ". " ". ilS~ ~! 0< . ~~ Cl~ e:~ e~ mlllZ lilt- ....1-<( .....11I C:ii ~:: T~f."""" ~ ~ _",lilt: 'Q] /_, l 1 ii~} ~~ - ~ - / I \."'_~.'IP""\~ llli-f---I~~ ~ ~~:- it -.=: \ ; :'H"---;---I~~, -~ +...~ t}~t:;~~ - - ~~ .~\~ ".".r,; ~~ :'ILI~~ :~I' - ,~ ~~~~ CfJI, I " \ /' ~ :Uel~.'" p- ;, .'lo;! .... 'l,_~_, ~ "'. ~,,/ ]8 ~ !h1fi,! ::h!' ", ~": :. t c"' "~Ii' 1 11~f:1' F thl ,. 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L: if I' ~~ i __ __ :..~_..:_~..:______ ."1 __ J::.:"i.::::rf/ , FIGURE 4-9 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACIL TIES WORK PLAN EXISTING FGUA POTABLE WATER TRANSMISSION MAINS CD\II Aaenda i1em No.8 September 25, 2007 P.tiJll"~1f 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities 4.4.2 Potable Water Facilities 4.4.2.1 Wellfields Currently, OTUC operates 1 wellfield in the vieinity of its WTP. The locations of these wells and WTP are illustrated in Figure 4-10. The wells maintained by OTUC tap the Lower Tamiami Aquifer, which is a traditional freshwater source. Table 4-18 summarizes the existing wells operated by the utility. Table 4-18. SummarY of Wells Operated bv OTUC Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (It) Casing (It) (in) (gpm) PW1 LT 180 70 12 300 PW2 LT 180 70 12 300 PW3 LT 180 70 12 300 PW4 LT 180 70 12 300 PW5 LT 180 70 12 300 PW6 LT i 180 70 12 300 Information on eXisting wells taken from CUP #11-00419-W, 4.4.2.2 Water Treatment Facilities Orange Tree Utility operates 1 WTP, which is located east of SR-846, north of CR-858 as shown in Figure 4-10. The WTP has a finished water capacity of 0.75 MGD using membrane softening (MS). A summary of the existing water treatment facility is provided in Table 4-19. In addition to identifying the design capacity, the amount raw water required to produce the design capacity is also provided. Table 4-19. Summary of Existing OTUC Water Treatment Facilities1 Facility Name Design Raw Water Raw Traditional{ Capacity Requirement' Water Alternative I (MGD) (MGD) Source Orange Tree 0.75 0.88 LT Traditional (Fresh) WTP Total 0.75 I 0.88 "". Information on eXisting water treatment faCilities taken from the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update approved by the Governing Board of the SFWMD on July 12, 2006. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water needed to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the finished water capacity by the efficiency of the treatment process. 4.4.2.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The existing transmission facilities consist of a water storage tank at the WTP and transmission pipelines. The water storage tank at the WTP has a capacity of 0.75 MG and the transmission pipelines range in size from 3-inch to 12-inch and total approximately 9 miles in length. 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SCALE IN FEET --- :_.~._---"-'- _...__i_ _.WlLSON.. -- 80ULEVARO-~ --, ~._- ------------\_.! ~. ~1, lXH iiI I oj'i ......1' \ i.' r,o ._~ -1'1 ;i~ ~-~ <(I', Ck:* I li ~1 t: h ~-j ',.t' "4;F FIGURE 4-10 COLLIER COUNTY 10-YEAR WATER SUPPLY FACILTIES WORK PLAN EXISTING OTUC WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES d',; <(' 0::: 0:::,',1 8F -------~-- :;;11' ~f! ::!:r :::E" ,I Ul[ ~:E ___._._._..._____.~~r:...~___.__.____..______<_ " ZI I COLLIER BOULEVARD CD\II Agenda Item r~o. 8 September 25, 2007 P~/6llJdf133 Existing Water Supply Facilities Utility are shown in Figure 4-10. Table 4-20 summarizes the water storage available in the Orange Tree Utility System. OTUC Stora e Facilit 1 Tank Volume Facilit Name (MG) Oran e Tree WTP 0.75 Total 0.75 Information on existing water storage facilities taken from CUP #11-Q0419-W. Table 4-20. Summa Usable Storage Volume (MG) 0.75 0.75 4.4.3 Reclaimed Water Facilities Treated wastewater from the Orangetree WWTP is reused as a source for golf course irrigation. Currently, the WWTP has a rated capacity of 0.099 MGD. 4.5 Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) 4.5.1 Water Supply Permits AMUC maintains one CUP for potable water supply. The details of the CUP are presented in Table 4-21. Table 4-21. Consumptive Use Permits Issued bv SFWMD to AMUC Consumptive Aquifer Number of Expiration Annual Average Maximum Use Permit Permitted Date Allocation Day Monthly Wells (MG) Allocation Allocation (MGD) (MG) 11-02298-W LT 3 6/14/2011 460 1.26 43.30 4.5.2 Potable Water Facilities 4.5.2.1 Wellfields Currently, AMUC operates 1 wellfield in the vicinity of its WTP. The wells maintained by Ave Maria Utilities tap the Lower Tamiami Aquifer, which is a traditional freshwater source. Table 4-22 summarizes the existing wells operated by the utility. Table 4-22. Summarv of Wells Ooerated bv AMUC Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (gpm) (It) Casing (It) (in) PWS-1 LT 120 70 12 700 PWS-2 LT 120 70 12 700 PWS-3 LT 120 70 12 700 Information on eXisting wells taken from CUP #11-02298-W. 4.5.2.2 Water Treatment Facilities Ave Maria Utilities operates 1 WTP, which is located west of Camp Keais Road, north of CR-85S. The WTP has a finished water capacity of 1.67 MGD using membrane 4-25 P'.\ColllerCounty\lo-YaarWatar Supply Facill!'BS Worl< PlanlOraft F InaIPlan\Te><l\Secl.on4.doc812212007 , an Agenda Item NO.8 September 25,2007 P.t6J7>",f 133 Existing Water Supply Facilities softening (MS). A summary of the existing water treatment facility is provided in Table 4-23. In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount raw water required to make the design capacity is also provided. Table 4-23. Summary of Existing AMUC Water Treatment Facilitv' Facility Name Design Raw Water Raw Traditional! Alternative Capacity Requirement' Water (MGD) (MGD) Source Ave Maria 1.67 1.96 LT Traditional (Fresh) WTP Total 1.67 1.96 .'. ....... .... Information on eXisting and planned water treatment faCIlities taken from the Prellmmary DeSign Report for Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP and Florida Department of Environmental Protection as prepared by CH2M Hill, Inc., June 2004. 1 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the finished water capacity by the efficiency of the treatment process. 4.5.2.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The existing transmission facilities consist of a water storage tank at the WTP and transmission pipelines. The water storage tank at the WTP has a capacity of 1.5 Me. Table 4-24 summarizes the water storage available in the Ave Maria Utilities System. Table 4-24. Summary of Existing AMUC Storage Facility' Facility Name Tank Volume (MG) Usable Storage Volume (MG) AMUC WTP 1.50 1.50 Total 1.50 1.50 Information on eXisting and planned water treatment faCilities taken from the Prellmrnary DeSign Report for Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP and Florida Department of Environmental Protection as prepared by CH2M Hill, Inc., June 2004. 4.5.3 Reclaimed Water Facilities AMUC is served by one WRF, which is located within the development. The WRF is capable of producing 1.00 MGD of reclaimed water. Reclaimed water is pumped from the WRF to three reclaimed water storage ponds, which serve as the source for the town and university's irrigation system and have a combined capacity of 27.50 Me. Reclaimed water is the most important element of the AMUC Conservation Plan, presented in detail in Section 7, and will be utilized to the fullest extent possible for irrigation of the town and university. AMUC believes it will be able to utilize 100 percent of the reclaim water generated. Table 4-25 summaries the capacity of the existing reclaimed water facility. P:\CoII'er County\10-'1llar Waler Supply Facilllies Work PlanlDrall F,nal PlanlTexl\Sect,on 4.docBI22I2007 4-26 COM /\genda Item 1"0 S September 25, 2007 P.l1llmllf133 Existing Water Supply Facilities Table 4-25. Summarv of Existina AMUC Water Reclamation Facility' Facility Name Design Capacity (MGD) AMUC WRF (Phase 1) 1.00 Total I 1.00 , Information on existing and planned water treatment facilities taken from the Revised Preliminary Design Report for Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP and Florida Department of Environmental Protection as prepared by CH2M Hill, Inc., February 2006. 4-27 P,\Colller Counly\1(}.Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan\Draft Final Plan\Te.t\Sedlon 4.doc8!2212007 T CD\II Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Page 69 of 133 Section 5 Planned Water Supply Facilities 5.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) 5.1.1 Potable Water Facilities 5.1.1.1 Wellfields As part of the CCWSD plan to meet future water supply needs it intends to build four new wellfields over the next ten years, as follows: the South Hawthorn RO Wellfield Expansion, the Northeast Regional Water Treatment Plant (NERWTP) Wellfield Phase 1, the Southeast Regional Water Treatment Plant (SERWTP) Wellfield Phase 1, and the NERWTP Wellfield Phase 2. The location of the South Hawthorn RO Wellfield Expansion and the NERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 are illustrated in Figure 5-1, along with the general vicinities of the SERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 and the NERWTP Wellfield Phase 2. There are on-going test programs that will assist CCWSD in determining the best locations for the SERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 and the NERWTP Well field Phase 2. The South Hawthorn RO Wellfield Expansion is currently being constructed and is scheduled to come online in 2008. The wellfield consist of wells tapping the Hawthorn Zone 1 Aquifer, which tends to be brackish in this area of Collier County. The wellfield is being constructed to serve the new low pressure reverse osmosis (LPRO) treatment trains that are under construction at the South County Regional Water Treatment Plant (SCRWTP). Table 5-1 summarizes the wells that are being constructed for the South Hawthorn RO Wellfield Expansion. The NERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 will be made up of wells tapping the Lower Tamiami Aquifer, the Hawthorn Zone 1 Aquifer and the Lower Hawthorn Aquifer. The wells will serve the NERWTP Phase 1, which will treat the water using ion exchange (IE) for fresh water and LPRO for brackish water. The wellfield is scheduled to come online in 2011 to serve the first phase of the NERWTP. Table 5-2 summarizes the planned wells in the NERWTP Wellfield Phase 1. The SERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 will contain wells tapping the Hawthorn Zone 1 Aquifer and/ or Lower Hawthorn Aquifer. Based on existing hydrogeologic data, the water quality in the study area tends to be brackish to saline. The wellfield will serve the SERWTP, which will utilize either LPRO or high pressure reverse osmosis (HPRO) to treat the water depending on the water quality observed during the current test program, which is scheduled to be complete in 200S. The wellfield is scheduled to come online in 2014. The NERWTP Wellfield Phase 2, which is scheduled for completion in 2016, will consist of wells tapping the Lower Tamiami Aquifer, the Hawthorn Zone 1 Aquifer and the Lower Hawthorn Aquifer. The wells will serve the second phase of the P:\ColI,erCOUIl!yl1Q-YearWale,SupplyFacilitlesWork Plan\Drafl Fina IPlan\TeXllSection5.docBI2212007 5-1 . ItQm NO.8 Aqenda ~ U f "eil1emoer7"O"~f 133 Page c9 , cLll!. 1 ~~'\cJ III ,4] , ' ..< , . _ ,X, \:~ J i, o ,,,w<c . ..::1 ,~ ,;~ U 'if-~~-"" I ~. --" ~I' ,'_ I ' ", 'I ,II I. 'r = '.", I fe" ",1 'I: , h \'/, . ilL ii,','T!i'1 I I, l" ! I t I I ,~~ l'l -,(....1 ll-L~! ~: l-t.L- :i.,.~.,.. H \__. I - :-:y j, I , VFFS(li I . !' ! Ui,'1 ':, j.ti"-,>J ,1/ I, . '( 'I \ '<"f., ~_I \ , \, I 7 , LEE CO COLLIER CO . ,--.-;;'<: , , i -\ 1 , , I! WTP -- --------::::::0;..,---"..-..:'_ ~ o 1.5 r-\.... - SCALE IN 3 , MILES "~I - I; -:J LEGEND '-'- W WATER EXISTINGS:I~N LINES TRANSMI W WATER PLANNEDIS~~ON LINES TRANSt.1 EXISTING WELLS PLANNED WELLS FUTURE POTENF1T,Itt AREA WELL . l-.'- I I ,J~,}I';)j)._) :'>)1'1': ' ~ /r // \':, /h....,., I ..~" / " ~'" v ) t- \ COUNTY COLLIENRNED CCWSD AND PLA EXISTING .------- ( ! ,woe, c-, ! WORK PLAN AR WATER SUPP~~T[RA~~~~~EM~SSION MAINS 10 YEFIELOS AND RAW WELL r an Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 P~/jbtJ~133 Planned Water Supply Facilities Table 5-1. Planned South Hawthorn Wellfield Expansion Summary' Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter Capacity (ft) Casing (ft) (in) (gpm) RO-16S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-17S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-18S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-19S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-20S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-21S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-22S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-23S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-24S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-25S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-26S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-27S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-28S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-29S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-30S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-31S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-32S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-33S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-34S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-35S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-36S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-37S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 RO-38S HZ1 420 300 16 1000 , Information on planned wells taken from CUP #11-Q0249-W. P,\CoII'BrCounlyllQ..YearWatBrSupplyFaallt,,,sWorkPlanlOratlFinaIPlan\TeXllSeClIOn5.docBI22/2007 5-3 CD\II Agenda Item ~~o. 8 September 25,2007 P~~<!if133 ptanned Water Supply Facilities Table 5-2. Planned NERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 Summary' Well No. Aquifer Total Depth Depth of Diameter (in) Capacity (It) Casing (It) (gpm) LT-1 LTA 120 75 16 1000 LT-2 LTA 120 75 16 1000 , 120 75 16 LT-3 i LTA , 1000 LH-1 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-2 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-3 LH I 1000 700 16/12' 1000 I LH-4 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-5 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-6 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-7 LH 1000 700 I 16/12' 1000 LH-8 , LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-9 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 I 1000 700 16/12' LH-10 LH I 1000 LH-11 LH 1000 I 700 16/12' 1000 LH-12 I LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-13 i LH I 1000 700 16/12' 1000 I LH-14 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-15 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 LH-16 LH 1000 700 16/12' 1000 I I 550 I 400 16/12' HZ1-12 HZ1 I , 1000 i HZ1-13 HZ1 550 400 16/12' 1000 HZ1-14 HZ1 550 400 16/12' 1000 HZ1-15 , HZ1 550 400 16/12' 1000 Information on planned wells taken from CUP application #070529-12. 1 16 inch casing to 100 feet, then 12 inch casing to production casing depth. NERWTP will treat the water using IE for fresh water and LPRO for brackish water. The type and number of wells that will be constructed in the SERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 and NERWTP Well field Phase 2 are summarized in Table 5-3. Well designations and specifics for these wells have not yet been established and will be addressed when the wellfields are designed. Table 5-4 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the wellfields, along with the funding source that will be utilized and scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. 5-4 P:\ColllerCou~ty\l()"Yea'Wale'SupplyFacilltlesWorkPlan\DraftFInaIPlan\Telt\Sectlon5.doc8/2212007 y <:aM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 p~ti!llJ~ 133 Planned Water Supply Facilities Table 5-3. Planned SERWTP Wellfield Phase 1 and NERWTP Wellfield Phase 2 1 SummarY' Facility Name Year Raw Water Number Raw Traditional! Project Online Requirement' of Wells Water Alternative Identified (MGD) Source In LWCWSP SERWTP Phase 1 2014 16.0 21 LH Alternative Yes LPRO (Brackish) NERWTP Phase 2 2016 3.3 5 LH Alternative Yes LPRO (Brackish) NERWTP Phase 2 1 LT Traditional Ion Exchange 2016 2.6 3 HZ1 (Fresh) Yes Total 21.9 30 . . Information laken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water needed to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the finished water capacity by the efficiency of the treatment process. 5.1.1.2 Water Treatment Facilities The CCWSD is currently served by two water treatment plants (WTPs), the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant (NCRWTP) and the SCRWTP. As mentioned in the previous subsection, the CCWSD intends to construct two additional treatment facilities, the NERWTP and the SERWTP and to expand the existing SCRWTP to meet future demands. Additionally, the CCWSD is planning to add HPRO treatment skids at the NCRWTP. The location of the existing and planned facilities are shown in Figure 5-2. The location of the planned NERWTP is approximately one mile north of CR-858 (Oil Well Road) and one mile east of SR-846 (Immokalee Road) in the northeastern quadrant of the service area. The plant will utilize IE to treat fresh groundwater withdrawn from the Lower Tamiami and Hawthorn Zone 1 aquifers. Water from the Lower Hawthorn Aquifer will be treated using LPRO. The first phase of the plant, scheduled to come online in 2011, will have a reliable capacity of 10 MGD. The second phase of the plant is scheduled to come online in 2016. The plant will be capable of expansion to an ultimate capacity of 45 MGD. The planned SERWTP will be located on the same site as the Manatee Road ASR, which is approximately 1 mile south of US-41 (Tamiami Trail) and 1/2 mile east of CR-951 (Collier Blvd.) The plant will utilize groundwater withdrawn from the Hawthorn Zone 1 Aquifer and/ or Lower Hawthorn Aquifer, which will be treated by either LPRO or HPRO depending on the water quality. The first phase of the facility is scheduled to come online in 2014, with a reliable capacity of 12 MGD, expandable to an ultimate capacity of 24 MGD. 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The skids will be used to treat water from Wells RO-1N, RO-2N, RO-3N, and RO-4N, which experienced elevated salinity levels shortly after being brought online. The HPRO treatment skids are scheduled to come online in 2010. The SCRWTP will be expanded to a total LPRO capacity of 20 MGD through the installation of 12 MGD of additional LPRO treatment skids, which are scheduled to come online in 2008. A summary of the existing and planned water treatment facilities is provided in Table 5-5. In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount raw water required to make the design capacity is also provided. Table 5-6 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the planned water treatment facilities, along with the funding source that will be utilized and the scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. 5.1.1.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The planned transmission facilities consist of transmission pipelines, water storage tanks, aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) systems, and pumping facilities. The transmission facilities utilized by CCWSD are shown in Figure 5-3. The planned pumping facilities will include high service pumps at each of the new water treatment plants. Additional booster pumping stations and an in-line booster pump stations may be required to meet demands, but are not planned for construction during the planning period out to 2018. Ground storage tanks at the proposed treatment facilities will provide system storage and reserve capacity to help meet peak hourly demands of the system. Additionally, potable water will be stored at various strategic points in the CCWSD distribution system to help meet diurnal peak system and fire flow demands. In addition to the traditional storage and pumping facilities mentioned above, CCWSD plans to expand the existing 1 MGD potable water ASR system at the Manatee Road Pumping Station to a capacity of 5 MGD. A summary of the existing and planned storage facilities is provided in Table 5-7. Table 5-8 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the planned pumping and storage improvements, along with the funding source that will be utilized and the scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. Potable water is pumped from the plants into the distribution system. The distribution system includes water mains designated as either transmission of distribution mains. The CCWSD pipelines 16 inches in diameter and larger are generally termed transmission mains. 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Summary of Existing and Planned CCWSD Water Storage Facilities' Facility Name Year Tank Volume Usable Storage Online (MG) Volume (MG) NCRWTP online 12.00 11.10 SCRWTP online 14.00 12.40 Isle of Capri online 0.25 0.20 Manatee Road Pumoina Station online 2.00 1.S0 Carica Road Pumping Station online 10.00 9.30 NERWTP Phase 1 I 2011 15.00 13.50 SERWTP Phase 1 2014 12.00 10.80 NERWTP Phase 2 2016 5.00 4.50 Total 70.25 63.60 I Manatee Road ASR Phase 1 , online N/A -1 MGD i Manatee Road ASR Phase 2 2010 N/A -2 MGD Manatee Road ASR Phase 3 2012 N/A -1 MGD Manatee Road ASR Phase 4 2013 N/A -1MGD Total I -5 MGD Information taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on PubliC Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. 16 inches in diameter are generally called distribution mains, branching off the transmission system to supply individual users. Overall, the CCWSD owns and maintains over 800 miles of water transmission and distribution pipelines, up to 42 inches in diameter, with approximately 51,000 individual service connections. With the construction of 43 MGD of additional finished water capacity, CCWSD will be installing a substantial number of transmission mains and major distribution mains over the next 10 years. The existing and planned transmission mains and major distribution mains that will serve CCWSD in 2018 are illustrated in Figure 5-4. 5.1.2 Reclaimed Water Facilities CCWSD currently operates the largest reclaimed water system in South Florida, which serves 28 customers with contractual commitments of 22.3 MGD. The majority of the existing customer base is golf courses, residential communities, environmental mitigation areas, county parks, and roadway medians. There are more than 140 additional entities within Collier County that have requested connection to the reclaimed water system and arc currently on a waiting list. The following subsections 5-12 P:\CoII,erCounly\lQ..-YearWaterSupplyFacililiesWor1<P'anlDraftFlnalP1an\Te.t\SecllOn5.doc8122!2007 . Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Page 81 of 133 . @ u ~ "-< ~ bll ~ ~ o iii ~ ~ -:; S: ~ :;; ~ "0 0- Q OJ] S: u u '" ~ c c ~ E: :;;! 'S '" .B '" ~ ~ 'S C' ~ c< . ... . ~ !-< ~ o '" :E c .2 co N N co " '" u C; ;; ;; ;; ;; ;; .E N N ')' ')' N N a, a, ~ N .. . co co ;; c co co co co co 0 N N N N N N U Ol <0 '" <0 <0 N " C co co co co ;; ;; :;; co co co co N N N N N N .~ .;, '- .;, .;, 6 N co co co co ;; ;; ~ co co co co "" N N N N N N C 0 '" 0 u '"- <0 '"- '"- N " ~ c co co co co ;; ~ x co co co co co W Ol N N N N N N '0 -.; .;, .;, .;, .;, 6 N ~ co co co co ~ C co co co co co co N N N N N N ~ ~ >- c 0 '" .~ "5 ~ w w w c- o; 0; 0; 0; co co u C. C. C. C. 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The locations of the existing and planned WRFs are shown in Figure S-S. Table S-9 summarizes the capacities of the existing and planned WRFs. Table 5-9. Summary of Existing and Planned CCPUD Water Reclamation Facilities 1 Facility Name Year Online Design Project Identified In Capacity LWCWSP (MGD) NCWRF Online 24.1 N/A SCWRF Online 16.0 N/A NCWRF Expansion 2010 6.5 N/A NEWRF Phase 1 2011 4.0 Yes NEWRF Phase 2 2014 4.0 Yes SEWRF Phase 1 2014 4.0 Yes NEWRF Phase 3 2018 4.0 Yes SEWRF Phase 2 2018 4.0 Yes Total 66.6 Information taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on PubliC Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24,2007. 2 The design capacities do not reflect the amount of reclaimed water available from the facilities. The amount of reclaimed water available is based on influent flow and treatment efficiency. As stated in the footnotes to Table 5-9, the amount of reclaimed water distributed is not directly related to the design capacity of each water reclamation facility. In addition to the limitations identified, the ability of Collier County to utilize available reclaimed water for distribution is impacted by seasonal fluctuations in demand, with very high demands during the dry season and low demands during the wet season. Table S-10 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the planned water reclamation facilities, along with the funding source that will be utilized and the scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. 5.1.2.2 Reclaimed Water Pumping, Storage, and Transmission The current reclaimed water distribution system consists of 125 miles of transmission and distribution pipeline and is currently divided into two services area-one in the north and one in the south-that are supplied by the respective WRF. There are a few small interconnects between the two service areas, but the system is hydraulically limited from passing large volumes of water from one service area to the other. This issue is currently being addressed by the development of a reclaimed water booster pump station that will interconnect the two service areas and provide the capacity for transferring up to 5 MGD of reclaimed water. 5-15 P'\CoIller County\10-YearWatl!r Supply Facililies Work P'anlDraflFin aIPlanlText\$ectioI\5.doc812312007 >::\ .1 .'.11 ~I'I II '. 1,' ~iEXISTINb NCWRF \ \. 1:2> /\1 lin.l. ~.... I Ii ::: I!,~- -1y~ .~! Ii II i .Ii ,. iil l Ii '\!f;;P:>j,; ,~,~, U!I'J l, i ./ .1 f< 1. ' -,- .-.-..' hl I I' I ',* r ',,~ EXIS;rING SCWRF \\ -::-:; ~ ~, -., ~ , ,\ -:::) """J:j ?- ~ - , >< .~ , ,""", ~ LEGEND EXISTING WATER RECLAMA nON FACILITIES * FUTURE WATER RECLAMA nON FACILITIES c: Agenda Item No.8 0epI8t1l091 L::J. 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Z "- "- "- "- "- "- ~ n: n: n: n: n: n: 'B S S S S S S OJ U u.J u.J u.J u.J u.J "- Z Z Z (f) Z (f) Agenda Item No.8 September 25, 2007 Page 85 of 133 M " -:; ~ o V"J ~ U U -0 " = = .. 0:: :;;! .;; '" o - -0 " .~ o 0- " ~ "' "" "' .. f-< M o '" :E o .... ,;., " :0 .. f-< COM Agenda Item I'Jo. 8 September 25, 2007 P~/&@I>f 133 Planned Water Supply Facilities With the expansion of the NCWRF and addition of the NEWRF and SEWRF, CCWSD will need to expand the reclaimed water distribution system to serve more customers. At this time specific distribution and transmission main projects have not been determined. These projects will be determined through analyses to be performed as part of the development of the Reclaimed Water Master Plan described previously. The two new WRFs will be capable of temporarily storing reclaimed water in on-site ponds. Additional storage will be provided through the expansion of the existing reclaimed water ASR from a capacity of 1 MGD to 5 MGD by 2012. A summary of the reclaimed water storage that will be available with the development of the two new WRFs and the expansion of the reclaimed water ASR is provided in Table 5-11. Table 5-11. Summary of Existing and Planned Reclaimed Water Storage Facilities 1 Facility Name Year Online Tank Usable Storage Volume Volume (MG) (MG) NCWRF online 2.00 2.00 SCWRF online 3.00 3.00 Decommissioned Pelican Bav WRF online 1.00 1.00 NEWRF 2011 2.00 2.00 SEWRF I 2014 2.00 2.00 Total 10.00 10.00 I Reclaimed Water ASR online N/A -1MGD Reclaimed Water ASR Expansion 2012 N/A -4 MGD Total -5 MGD 1 Information taken from the Collier County 2006 Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities adopted by the Collier County Board of County Commissioners on January 24.2007. Table 5-12 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the planned reclaimed water storage facilities, along with the funding source that will be utilized and the scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. 5.2 Immokalee Water and Sewer District (ISWD) Information regarding the planned water system improvements was requested from IWSD, however to date nothing has been received. Information on the planned facilities was gathered from various sources including the SFWMD LWCWSP update, SFWMD consumptive use permit, FDEP public water supply and wastewater treatment facility permits, and the Collier County Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Final Report prepared by Greeley and Hansen, LLc, April 2004. Table 5-13 5-18 P,\Colller Countyl10-YearWaler Supply Facilities Work Plan\Draft Final Plan\TextlSechon ~.doc8122,'2007 . '" ~ '0 .. '" " bll .. ~ o Ul ~ " ~ .. ::: "" " E ] u " ~ CI cfJ ::: u u "" " o o .. E: ::! 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Figure 5-6 shows the exiting and planned IWSD water treatment facilities. 5.3 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) 5.3.1 Potable Water Facilities 5.3.1.1 Wellfields FGUA currently operates 11 wells, ten of which are located on the site of the WTP. To address future demands FGUA is planning to bring two additional wells on-line in 200S. The locations of these wells are shown in Figure 5-7. Tables 5-14 summarizes the well FGUA plans to construct. Table 5-14. Summarv of Planned FGUA Wells Well No. Total Depth Depth of Diameter (in) Capacity Aquifer (It) Casing (It) (gpm) 12 LT 180 80 10 810 13 LT 180 80 10 810 1 Information on planned wells taken from CUP #11-00148-W Table 5-15 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the two wells, along with the funding source that will be utilized and the scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. 5.3.1.2 Water Treatment Facilities FGUA operates 1 WTP, the Golden Gate Water Treatment Plant, which is located west of CR-951, south of Golden Gate Parkway, as shown in Figure 5-7. The current capacity of the WTP is 1.22 MGD using LS and 0.S7 MGD using RO. FGUA plans to expand the facility to a capacity of 3.34 MGD by adding additional RO treatment trains. A summary of the existing and planned water treatment facilities is provided in Table 5-16. In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount raw water required to make the design capacity is also provided. Table 5-17 identifies the major tasks required to build each of the planned expansion phases, along with the funding source that will be utilized and the scheduled dates for studies, property acquisition, design, permitting, and construction. 5.3.1.3 Pumping, Storage, and Transmission As described in Section 4.3.2.3, the existing FGUA transmission facilities consist of transmission pipelines, water storage tanks, and pumping facilities. FGUA has no plans to modify the existing storage facilities. However there are plans to expand the 5-21 P,\ColliBrCOlJnty\jO-YearWale,SupplyFB~il;tiesWorl<Plan\DraftFinalPlan\Te)(\lSection5.docB/2212007 I I I ".Z ~g I Zeo w", I iii~ -~~_.._---- ::IV) I 00 < I ~~ '--'><. 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Two planned future expansions of the facility will increase the capacity to 2.0 MGD by 2010. The FGUA considered the possibility of utilizing water reclamation as a possible alternative disposal method in its 2006 Reuse Feasibility Report, but determined that upgrading the treatment facilities to FDEP public access reuse standards and developing a reclaimed water distribution system within the service area would be cost prohibitive. As an alternative the FGUA has decided to construct a Class 1 deep injection well to meet future effluent disposal needs. 5.4 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) Information regarding the planned water system improvements was requested from OTUC, however, to date nothing has been received. Information on the existing and planned facilities was gathered from various sources including the SFWMD LWCWSP update, SFWMD consumptive use permit, FDEP public water supply and wastewater treatment facility permits, and the Collier County Water Supply Facilities Work Plan, Final Report prepared by Greeley and Hansen, LLC, April 2004. Table 5- 18 summarizes the treatment capacity of the existing potable water facilities for OTUC. T bl 5 18 S t F Tti I f E . ti OTUC W t T t a e - ummary 0 XIS ng' a er rea men aCl 1 es Facility Name Year Online Design Capacity Project Identified In (MGD) LWCWSP Orange T fee Online 0.75 N/A WTP Total . 0.75 . Information on eXisting water treatment faCIlities taken from the 2005-2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan Update approved by the Governing Board of the SFWMD on July 12, 2006. 5.5 Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) 5.5.1 Potable Water Facilities 5.5.1.1 Wellfields AMUC currently operates 3 wells located in close proximity to the WTP. 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In addition to identifying the design capacity of each treatment train, the amount raw water required to achieve the design capacity is also provided. 5.5.2 Reclaimed Water Facilities AMUC is served by one WRF, which is located within the development. The WRF is capable of producing 1.00 MGD of reclaimed water. AMUC plans to expand the WRF three times to a total capacity of 4.67 MGD. Table 5-20 summarizes the capacities of the existing and planned phases of the WRF. Table 5-20. Summary of Existing and Planned AMUC Water Reclamation Facilities 1 Facility Name Year Online Design Project Identified In Capacity LWCWSP (MGD) AMUC WRF (Phase 1) Online 1.00 Yes AMUC WRF (Phase 2) TBD TBD Yes AMUC WRF (Phase 3) TBD TBD Yes AMUC WRF (Phase 4) TBD TBD Yes Total 4.67 1 Information on existing and planned water treatment facilities taken from the Revised Preliminary Design Report for Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP and Florida Department of Environmental Protection as prepared by CH2M Hill, tne, February 2006. Reclaimed water is pumped from the WRF to three reclaimed water storage ponds, which serve as the source for the town and university's irrigation system and have a combined capacity of 27.50 MG. Reclaimed water is the most important element of the AMUC Conservation Plan, presented in detail in Section 7, and will be utilized to the fullest extent possible for irrigation of the town and university. 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The purpose of this section of the plan is to conveniently present a comparison of the population, water demand, facilities capacity, and permit limitations that identifies surpluses and deficits in facility and permit capacities. 6.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) As described in Section 5.1, CCWSD plans to bring online three new wellfields and five new potable water treatment facilities during the 10-year planning period ending in 2018. Table 6-1 illustrates how these additions to the existing system will allow CCWSD to stay ahead of the demand curve during the 10-year planning period. Table 6-1. CaDacitv Analvsis for CCWSD 2005 2008 2013 2018 Peak Service Area Population (Seasonal) 203,274 250,104 341,484 418,223 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 185 185 185 185 Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd (MGD) 37.61 46.27 63.17 77.37 Available Facility Capacity (MGD) 40.00 52.00 64.00 81.00 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 2.39 5.73 0.83 3.63 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 44.63 59.81 79.30 97.47 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Average)' 56.14 56.14 56.14 56.14 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 11.51 (3.67) (23.16) (41.33) Calculated by subtracting ReqUIred Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd from Available FaCility Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water needed to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd by the efficiency of the treatment process. , CUP (11-00249-W) for 56.14 MGD annual average expires February 8, 2026. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. As will be noted from Table 6-1, the allocation under CCWSD's current CUP (11- 00249-W) is insufficient to meet the raw water requirement needed to make the Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd. CCWSD currently has an application (060908-9) in to the SFWMD to increase the withdraw limit on the Lower Tamiami Aquifer specified in the current CUP. When this modification is approved the Annual Average Allocation for the permit will increase to 63.82 MGD. CCWSD has another application (070529-12) in for a new CUP for the planned NERWTP wellfield as described in Table 4-1. When the new CUP is approved CCWSD will be authorized to withdraw another 12.57 MGD from its source aquifers. Table 6-2 shows a revised COM 6-1 P:\Colllllr Counly\1o.-Yllar Water Supply Facili~es War1< PlllnlDrllft Final Plan\TllxtlSectlon 6.ooc Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Pacfu>~/OO1 ~ 133 Facilities Capacities Analysis version of the CCWSD capacity analysis, taking into account the additional CUP allocation that CCWSD is currently pursuing. Table 6-2. Revised Caoacitv Analvsis for CCWSD 2005 2008 2013 2018 Peak Service Area Population (Seasonal) 203,274 250,104 341,484 418,223 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 185 185 185 185 Required Treatment Capacity@ 185 gpcd (MGD) 37.61 46.27 63.17 77.37 Available Facilily Capacity (MGD) 40.00 52.00 64.00 81.00 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 2.39 5.73 0.83 3.63 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 44.63 59.81 79.30 97.47 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Average)3 56.14 63.82 76.40 76.40 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)4 11.51 4.01 (2.90) (21.07) Calculated by subtracting ReqUired Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd from Available Facility Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Required Treatment Capacity @ 185 gpcd by the effiCiency of the treatment ~rocess. CUP based on existing permit (11-00249-W) and allocation increases currently in process. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. The allocation increases currently in process will allow CCWSD to meet its supply needs to 2011, when the NERWTP comes online. CCWSD plans to request additional modifications of its CUP to account for development of the HPRO train at the NCRWTP, the SERWTP Phase 1, and the NERWTP Phase 2. These modifications will be developed during the design and permitting phase of each project, as SFWMD does not allow utilities to "reserve" water in advance. 6.2 Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) Table 6-3 shows the capacity analysis for IWSD for the 1 O-year planning period. The improvements planned by the IWSD for the 10-year planning period are sufficient to meet the demands of the service area. However, the allocation of the underlying CUP (11-00013-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to make the finished water demand. Table 6-3. Caoacitv Analvsis for IWSD 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 22,206 23,784 26,638 29,664 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 182 182 182 182 Annual Average Daily Demand (MGD) 4.04 4.33 4.85 5.40 Available Facility Capacity (MGD) 4.50 4.50 5.60 6.60 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 0.46 0.17 0.75 1.20 CDI\II 6-2 P-\Coll,er COlmty\lQ-Yea, Wate, Supply Facilities Wort< Plan\D",n F,M. PlanlTeXl\Se<olton o.doc . Agenda Item NO.8 September 25. 2007 Pa@l'~ffjJlJ,gr 133 Facilities CapacWes Analysis 2005 200S 2013 201S Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 4.17 4.46 5.00 5.57 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual 3.36 3.36 3.36 3.36 Averaqe)3 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' (O.SO) (1.10) (1.64) (2.20) Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Dally Demand from Available Facility Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water needed to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. 3 CUP (11-00013-W) for 3.36 MGD annual average expires June 15,2010. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. 6.3 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) Table 6-4 shows the capacity analysis for FGUA for the 10-year planning period. The improvements planned by the FGUA for the 10-year planning period are sufficient to meet the demands of the service area. However, the allocation of the underlying CUP (1l-0014S-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to make the finished water demanded. T bl 6 4 C A . f FGUA a e - apac,ty, na,ysls or 2005 200S 2013 2018 Service Area Population 10,359 11,113 12,370 13,626 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 173 173 173 173 Annual Averaqe Daily Demand (MGD) 1.79 1.92 2.14 2.36 Available Facilitv Caoacitv (MGD) 2.09 2.34 3.34 3.34 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 0.30 0.42 1.20 0.98 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 2.02 2.19 2.48 2.77 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual AveraQe\3 1.92 1.92 1.92 1.92 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 10.10\ 10.27\ (0.56) (0.85) Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Darly Demand from Available FaCility Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. 3 CUP (11-00148-W) for 1.92 MGD annual average expires September 11, 2008. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. 6.4 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) Table 6-5 shows the capacity analysis for OTUC out to 2012 when the utility is obliged to become part of CCWSD. As presented in Section 5.4, there are no significant improvements planned by OTUC prior to control shifting to CCWSD. Under the population projections presented, the current OTUC facilities will be insufficient to meet the needs of the service area starting in 200S. Additionally, the allocation of the underlying CUP (1l-00419-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to make the finished water demanded. COM 6-3 P,\Collier County\1Q..Year Weter Supply Facilities Work Plan\Draft Final PlanlTextlSection 6.doc AQenda Item NO.8 September 25. 2007 Pa@l'<1ttlID<Of 133 Facilities Capacities Analysis Table 6-5. Capacity Analysis for OTUC 2005 2008 2012 Service Area Pooulation 4,227 7,551 11,983 Demand Per Caoita (MGD) 100 100 100 Annual Averaoe Dailv Demand (MGDl 0.42 0.76 1.20 Available Facilitv Caoacitv (MGDl 0.75 0.75 0.75 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 0.33 (0.01) (0.45) Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 0.50 0.89 1.41 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual Averaqe)3 0.86 0.86 0.86 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 0.36 (0.03) (0.55) 1 Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Daily Demand from Available Facility Capacity. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. 3 CUP (11-00419-W) for 0.86 MGD annual average expires November 11, 2009. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. 6.5 Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) Table 6-6 shows the capacity analysis for AMUC for the 10-year planning period. The improvements planned by the AMUC for the lO-year planning period are sufficient to meet the demands of the service area. However, the allocation of the underlying CUP (1l-02298-W) does not cover the withdrawals required to make the finished water demanded. It is assumed that any short comings of the CUP will be addressed by AMUC prior to the development of the infrastructure. T bl 6 6 C A . f AMUC a e - apaclty. na'YSIS or 2005 2008 2013 2018 Service Area Population 1,000 3,886 14,985 27,255 Demand Per Capita (MGD) 109 109 109 109 Annual Averaqe Daily Demand (MGD) 0.11 0.42 1.63 2.97 Available Facility Capacity (MGD) 1.67 1.67 4.17 5.00 Facility Capacity Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 1.56 1.25 2.54 2.03 Raw Water Requirement (MGD)' 0.13 0.50 1.92 3.50 Permitted Amount (MGD Annual AveraQe)3 1.26 1.26 1.26 1.26 Permitted Surplus (Deficit) (MGD)' 1.13 0.76 (0.66) (2.24) Calculated by subtracting Annual Average Dally Demand from Available FaCility CapacIty. 2 Raw water requirement is the amount of raw water need to make a certain amount of finished water. It is calculated by dividing the Annual Average Daily Demand by the efficiency of the treatment process. 3 CUP (11-02298-W) for 1.26 MGD annual average expires June 14, 2011. 4 Calculated by subtracting the Raw Water Requirement from the Permitted Amount. COM 6-4 P:\Colller Cauntyllo-Year Water Supply Facillt'e. War1<; PlanlDrafl F,n aIPlan\Te}[l\Sectlon6.doc Agenda liem NO.8 September 25, 2007 Page 103 of 133 Section 7 Conservation Regulations and Practices As the water supply in Florida becomes more taxed over time, the need to more efficiently utilize water resources will increase. The following subsections outline the conservation regulations and practices utilized by each of the utilities covered under this plan. The information provided has been taken directly from the conservation plans approved by the SFWMD and included in each utility's consumptive use permit. 7.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) The conservation plan implemented by CCWSD is described in the utility's consumptive use permit as follows: The Collier County Board of Commissioners enacted Ordinance 2002-17, which reduced watering to three days per week (three times each for odd and even numbered addresses), in an effort to reduce water consumption. This ordinance also requires that rain sensor devices be installed on automatic irrigation systems. The Board initiated an ASR program to allow for the storage of excess water that can later be withdrawn to offset peak usage. Other water conservation measures designated by the SFWMD, which Collier County has enacted include: . Requiring low flow plumbing fixtures as part of the Unified Land Development Code (ULDC); . Requiring use of xeriscaping and other drought-tolerant vegetation in portions of the ULDC; . Implementing water conservation rates that increase per-thousand gallon charges as usage increases; . Monthly reading of all customers' meters to minimize losses from unaccounted-for water; . An active reuse prob'Tam, which delivers over 3.9 billion gallons a year of reclaimed wastewater, to reduce irrigation withdrawals; . Filter backwashing at the SCRWTP to eliminate water lost in cleaning filters; and . Enacted in 2003 to further promote water conservation, the Board approved a mandatory water high-consumption surcharge, which is applied when the SFWMD implements water restrictions and impacts only high-use consumers. CD\II 7-1 P'\CoII,er County\lG-Year Waler Supply Facilities Work PlanlDraft F,nal Plan\Text\Sectlon 7doc812212007 Agenda Item ~jo. 8 September 25, 2007 Pa~qtilll1 ci'f 133 Conservation Regulations and Practices In addition to these water conservation measures, the Public Utilities Division and other County agencies endeavor to educate the public regarding water conservation through educational and outreach programs. Staff members routinely conduct presentations for schools, civic groups, homeowner associations, and other receptive groups. Division staff participate in events, such as "Senior Expo" and "Government Days," to take the water conservation campaign to the public. Utility bill inserts and advertising have further helped to spread the message. The County has actively been promoting the "Fridays are Dry Days" campaign, which has become the tag line on commercials airing on radio stations throughout Collier County. These stations were selected to target a large number of consumers, including those that do not speak English. The tag line has also been utilized in several productions airing on the Collier County Government ChanneL Public service announcements and specially produced videos promoting water conservation also air on the County's government access television station, Channel lljl6. Collier County's Water Department has made significant strides towards improving and enhancing the efficiency of the Water Distribution System. Maintaining an efficient system with upgraded and preventive maintenance efforts keeps unplanned water losses to a minimum. Collier County's average unaccounted-for water is currently below 10 percent, due to aggressive water loss management practices. Specific projects the Water Department has completed that aid in water conservation include: . Installation of additional valves in several critical areas of the water mains to effectively decrease isolation times in the event of main breaks. Decreasing the isolation time results in reduced water losses. . Mapping the entire water supply system which, in the event of a main break, aids in reducing water loss through improved location and isolation times. . Replacing over 100 galvanized service replacements throughout the water district annually. This increases reliability of water services and reduces potential water loss. . As part of an ongoing replacement program, the Water Department has replaced over 40,000 meters in the last three years. These new meters utilize automatic meter reading technology, which will increase the reliability of the meter reading process and decrease the amount of unaccounted for water usage. . Completing replacement projects on several substandard water mains. This improves service reliability and fire protection capacity, and reduces the potential for water loss. . Large meters throughout the County service area are tested twice per year. This decreases unaccounted for water loss. CDM 7-2 P:\CoII>e,CountyI1G-Year Waler Supply FaClhlies Work Plan\Oraft Final Plan1Te><l\Sectlon7.doc8,,2212007 , CDM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Pa~~/OOl0f 133 Conservation Regulations and Practices . As part of the distribution system rehabilitation program automatic flushing stations are installed in problem areas of the system as they are identified. This results in the reduction of overall water loss due to required flushing to maintain disinfectant residuals. . Another part of the distribution system rehabilitation program involves installing new water quality sampling stations at ends of the system as additional locations are identified. The increase in monitoring from these locations will aid in the identification of developing water quality problems before they become criticaL Proactive monitoring results in effective reduction of water loss from high volume flushing required when water quality problems develop. 7.2 lmmokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) The conservation plan implemented by IWSD is described in the utility's consumptive use permit as follows: Pursuant to the SFWMD Basis of Review (March 1994), Section 2.6.1, Water Conservation Plans, all public water supply utilities are required to develop and implement a water conservation plan. Each of the mandatory water conservation elements must exist or have a proposed time frame for implementation. As mentioned earlier, the Immokalee Water and Sewer District was established under Florida law and has specific duties and quasi-governmental rights. However, the authority to enact ordinances does not reside with that District. The applicant has stated they will request that the City of Immokalee enact any required ordinances within a year of permit issuance. The applicant has provided the following water conservation plan elements: A. Permanent Irrigation Ordinance: An ordinance which restricts landscape irrigation to the hours of 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m., 7 days per week, is currently not in effect for the service area. The utility will request that the city adopt an ordinance for the service area within 1 year of permit issuance. B. Xeriscape Ordinance: An ordinance which requires the use of xeriscape landscape principles is currently not in effect. The utility will request that the City adopt an ordinance for the service area within 1 year of permit issuance. c. Ultra-Low Volume Plumbing Fixture Ordinance: An ordinance which requires ultra-low volume plumbing fixtures on all new construction is in effect for the service area. D. Water Conservation Rate Structure: The applicant has a conservation- based rate structure, which includes increasing block rates as a means of reducing demands. 7-3 P:ICollierCounly\lG-YearWaterSupplyFacililiesWorkPlan\OraIlFinaIPlanITe><t\Secli0l11doc812212007 mM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Pa@!l~/Olll<l'f 133 Conservation Regulations and-Practices E. Leak Detection Program: The applicant does not have an unaccounted-for water and leak detection program because the unaccounted-for water losses are less than 10 percent. F. Rain Sensor Device Ordinance: An ordinance which requires any person who purchases and installs an automatic lawn sprinkler system to install, operate and maintain a rain sensor device or automatic switch which will override the irrigation system with the occurrence of adequate rainfall is currently not in effect for the service area. The utility will request that the City adopt an ordinance within 1 year of the permit issuance. G. Water Conservation Education Program: The applicant distributes pamphlets, makes school visits, and provides information booths for employees and customers. Information signs, press releases, and messages about water conservation on the bills are also utilized. H. Reclaimed Water: Currently all wastewater effluent is disposed of via a spray irrigation field and percolation ponds. 7.3 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) The conservation plan implemented by FGUA is described in the utility's consumptive use permit as follow: The Authority (FGUA) has an interlocal agreement with Collier County to serve portions of unincorporated Collier County. As such, the Authority follows Collier County's Water Irrigation Ordinance, 2002-17, which is the District's intent to conserve water through irrigation schedules. This ordinance also refers to Chapter 373.62,FS with regards to use of a rain sensor or other automatic switch which will override the irrigation cycle of the irrigation system. Additionally, Chapter 40E-24 of the District's rules requires residential irrigation to follow a plan of odd-even addresses with 3 days per week irrigation. Permitted irrigation of nonathletic playing fields (golf courses, ball fields, lawn tennis, etc.) is also required to follow the same conservation practices. The current rate structure for billing customers provides for a base facility charge and a volumetric consumption charge, resulting in increased customer costs for higher consumption. The rate structure is intended to conserve water. The Authority's wastewater is 100 percent reused by routing the effluent to rapid infiltration basins to recharge the ground water system. The Authority encourages use of xeriscape practices similar to the County's xeriscape ordinance. The Authority does not have the ability to create an ordinance for the City of Golden Gate, but does promote xeriscape through a public education program. 7-4 P:\ColI,erCounty\lD-YearWaterSupplyFacilil","Worl<Plan\DraflFlnaI Plan\Text\Sectlon7.doc81Z'f2007 , CD\II Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Pa~cl/flilJ0'f 133 Conservation Regulations and Practices Similarly, the Authority has no plumbing ordinance for low flow fixtures, but does encourage these products through the use of public education. The public education program consists of routine mailings of water conservation literature with monthly customer billings, meeting with homeowner associations, school programs with speakers and water plant tours, and participation in community events. The Golden Gate Utility, now the Authority, has not performed a leak detection survey prior to 2003. The Authority is currently evaluating the distribution system and if the unaccounted losses are greater than 10 percent, a leak detection program will be started for the 2003-2004 fiscal year in October 2003. 7.4 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) The conservation plan implemented by OTUC is described in the utility's consumptive use permit as follows: A Permanent Irrigation Ordinance: Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) will enforce all watering restrictions as they are made known. This includes the District's Mandatory Year-Round landscape irrigation measures for Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties (Chapter 40E-24, F.A.C.). B. Xeriscape Ordinance: OTUC highly encourages the use of Xeriscape landscaping in its service area to help reduce the need for ornamental watering. c. Ultra-Low Volume Plumbing Fixture Ordinance: It is the policy of OTUC that low volume plumbing be installed in all new service connections, in accordance with the State building code. D. Water Conservation Rate Structure: OTUC is in the process of developing a conservation based rate structure for future use, with approval from the Collier County Water and Wastewater Authority. E. Leak Detection Program: OTUC will repair any system leaks brought to its attention in a timely fashion and will also review usage for detection of major leaks. F. Rain Sensor Device Ordinance: It is the OTUC that rain-sensor overrides be installed in all new lawn sprinkler installations. G. Water Conservation Education Program: OTUC will distribute and place on its website public service education information as it is made available by government agencies. H. Reclaimed Water: Wastewater is being reused as a source for golf course irrigation water at the present time. In the future as more reclaimed water becomes available, it will also be used for residential irrigation. P:\CollierCounlyl,o..YearWalerSupplyFae;;l,hesWa.-kPlan\OraftF,nalPlanlTextISeCli0l17.doc8l22l2007 7-5 an Agenda Item NO.8 September 25. 2007 Pa~~tfli!>0f 133 Conservation Regulations and Practices 7.5 Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP (AMUC) The conservation plan implemented byAMUC is described in the utility's consumptive use permit as follow: Per Section 2.6.1 of the Basis of Review, public water supply in excess of 500,000 gallons per day require a water conservation plan addressing the following conservation elements: Permanent Irrigation Ordinance, Xeriscape Ordinance, Ultra- Low Volume Plumbing Fixture Ordinance, Water Conservation Rate Structure, Leak Detection Program, Rain Sensor Device Ordinance, Water Conservation Education Program, and Reclaimed Water Use. The following information is provided. A. Permanent Irrigation Ordinance: One of the water conservation efforts the Ave Maria University and Town will pursue is adoption of an irrigation ordinance to limit irrigation water usage during the dry season. The planned ordinance would follow watering restrictions adopted by Collier County, including limiting daytime watering times and limiting the number of days that lawns could be watered. The irrigation ordinance would also likely follow an even/ odd address watering system. B. Xeriscape Landscape Ordinance: The university and town of Ave Maria will pursue adoption of an ordinance which recommends the use of xeriscape principles in landscape planning for all new construction. The ordinance would encourage implementation of xeriscape landscaping practices including use of mulches, native and drought tolerant plants, and limited turf areas. c. Ultra-Low Volume Plumbing Standards: The university and town of Ave Maria will pursue adopting an ordinance requiring ultra-low volume plumbing fixtures in all new construction. The standards proposed in the planned Ave Maria Plumbing Code would in most cases be as stringent as the ultra-low plumbing standards stipulated in the SFWMD Water Conservation Plan Development Guidelines. D. Water Conservation Rate Structure: The Town of Ave Maria plans to utilize an inclining block rate structure in order to promote water conservation. Residential and commercial water rates will consist of a monthly capacity cost charge (base rate) and a monthly commodity costs charge (volume charge). The commodity costs charges will increase with increased volume use. For example, residential costs increase from $1.75 per thousand gallons for under 5000 gallons, to $4.00 per thousand gallons for quantities over 30,000 gallons. The details and the planned water rate schedule have not been specifically determined yet. Leak Detection & Distribution System Losses Program: A leak detection program will be implemented by the Ave Maria Utilities if system losses exceed 10 percent. The leak detection program will likely utilize the Rural E. 7-6 P:\CollierCounty\l().YaarWaterSupplyFaCllltlesWorl<PlanlDraftFlnalPlanlText\Sactlon7.docB/22!2007 I CDM Agenda Item NO.8 September 25. 2007 Pacf@~tfli!> a.f 133 Conservation Regulations and-Practices Water Association (RW A) sonic type leak detection equipment. System losses may be attributable to known line breaks. The Ave Maria Utilities Department will repair water main and service line breaks as soon as possible to minimize and prevent distribution system losses. F. Sprinkler System Rain Sensor: The Town of Ave Maria will recommend installation of rain sensor devices on automatic lawn sprinkler systems for all new construction. G. Public Education Programs: The Ave Maria Utility will pursue public education programs on water conservation and community responsibility. The program could include presentations by Utility staff, such as water conservation topics discussed during tours conducted at the Water Treatment Plant and Waste Water Reclamation Facility. Educational brochures on water conservation, landscaping and xeriscape can be distributed by the Utility offices. The Ave Maria Utility could also include water conservation information to all customers along with monthly billing statements. H. Reclaimed Water: The most important element of Ave Maria's Water Conservation Plan is utilization of a reclaimed water system for irrigation. The town and university will pursue the use of as much reclaimed water as possible and will likely be able to utilize 100 percent of the reclaimed water generated. 7-7 P:ICollierCoonty\1IJ-YearWalerSupplyFacililiesWorkPlanIDraflFinalPlanlTexl\Seclion7docBl2212007 CDM Agenda Item No, 8 September 25, 2007 Page 110 of 133 Section 8 Capital Improvement Projects Section 5 of this plan focused on the projects that each of the utilities have planned for the 10-year planning period. Attention was paid to the amount of water made available and when it would be made available. The following subsections present the capital improvement projects planned by each utility, including the funding source, project number, project name, and cost estimate for each project. 8.1 Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) The most recent lists of CCWSD water and wastewater capital improvement projects were developed as part of the 2005 Water and Wastewater Master Plans, which were published in June 2006. The capital improvement projects pertinent to future water supply are summarized in Table 8-1. CCWSD funds its water and wastewater projects from four funds: 411 - Water Impact Fees, 412 - Water User Fees, 413 - Wastewater Impact Fees, and 414-Wastewater User Fees. Impact fees are utilized to pay for new supply projects, while user fees are used to fund operations, maintenance, and replacement of existing facilities. 8.2 Immokalee Water and Sewer District (IWSD) A request for information was made of IWSD, but no response has been received. Table 8-2 has been included, but intentionally left blank to allow for the inclusion of IWSD's capital improvement project if it is submitted. 8.3 Florida Governmental Utility Authority (Golden Gate City) (FGUA) The most recent lists of FGUA water and wastewater capital improvement projects were developed as parts of the 2007 Water and Wastewater Master Plans. The capital improvement projects pertinent to future water supply are summarized in Table 8-3. As a utility near build out, FGUA funds its capital projects through user fees. 8.4 Orange Tree Utility Company (OTUC) A request for information was made of OTUC, but no response has been received. Table 8-4 has been included, but intentionally left blank to allow for the inclusion of OTUCs capital improvement project if it is submitted. 8.5 Ave Maria Utility Company (AMUC) A request for information was made of AMUC, but no response has been received. Table 8-5 has been included, but intentionally left blank to allow for the inclusion of AMUC s capital improvement project if it is submitted. 8-1 P:ICnllierCounty\10-YearWaterSupplyFac,l,lfesWorkPlanlOraftF1naIPlan\Te"'\SeCllonll.docIl122i2007 . Agenda Item No, 8 September 25, 2007 l) v . '0 " .. 1: . 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(Deficit) Fiscal Year Population Capacity@185 Plant Capacity Constructed Reliable Capacity Piantand ASR Reliable Constructed Reliable Reliable System (Seasonal) gpcd On-line Capacity Capacity Capacity System System System Target Values Capacity Capacity Caoacity MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD 2001 157.377 29.11 32.00 1,00 33.00 29.70 3,89 0.59 3.0 (Min .24_0 Max 2002 168.773 31.22 32.00 1,00 33.00 29,70 1,78 '1521 3.0 (Min) - 24.0 IMax 2003 180.290 33,35 32.00 1.00 33.00 29.70 ,0351 :3.65! 3.0 (Min)-24,O (Max) 2004 190,878 35,31 32_00 1.00 33_00 29.70 2311 '5_fi1i 3.0 (Min -24,0 (Max) 2005 203.274 3761 32.00 8_00 6,00 1_00 41,00 36.90 3_39 10,71', 3.0 (Min)-24,O (Max) 2006 218,103 40,35 40.00 1.00 41.00 36.90 0,65 13451 3.0 Min -24,0 (Max) 2007 233,729 43,24 4000 8_00 800 1,00 4900 44,10 5,76 0.86 3,0 (Min -24_01Max) 2008 250,104 46.27 48,00 4.00 400 1,00 53.00 47,70 6,73 1.43 3.0 (Min - 24.0 (Max) 2009 268,965 49.76 52,00 2_00 100 1,00 55_00 49,50 5,24 iG?6i 3.0 (Min -24_0 (Max) 2010 284.339 52_60 54,00 3_00 57.00 51.30 440 1_301 3.0(Min)-24.0(Max) 2011 297.270 54_99 54,00 1375 10,00 3_00 70.75 63_68 15_76 8.68 3.0 (Min .24_0 Max) 2012 326.231 60.35 6775 4,00 71_75 64.58 1140 4_22 3_0 lMin)-24,0 (Max) 2013 341484 63.17 67.75 6.00 73.75 66.38 10.58 3.20 3.0 IMin)-24,0 (Max) 2014 357.328 6611 67.75 14_00 12_00 6_00 87,75 78_98 21,64 12.87 3.0 (Min)-:?4,0 (Max) 2015 372.630 68,94 81_75 6.00 87_75 78.98 18,81 10.04 3_0 (Min)-24.01Max 2016 387.331 7166 81.75 5_00 5,00 600 92,75 83_48 21,09 11.82 3,0 (Min). 240 (Max) 2017 402.523 7447 86_75 600 92_75 8348 1828 9.01 2751Min -22,0IMax) 2018 418.223 77.37 86.75 6,00 92.75 83,48 15.38 6.10 2.75 (Mill - 22_0 (Ma~ 2019 434.445 8037 86.75 600 92_75 8348 12_38 3_10 2_75IMin).22,0IMax 2020 450.098 83.27 86.75 10.00 10.00 6.00 102.75 92,48 19.48 9.21 2_75 Min -220(Max 2021 465.129 8605 96_75 6_00 102_75 9248 16_70 6.43 2.75 (Min) - 22,0 (Ma~ 2022 480,593 88,91 96_75 6_00 10275 92.48 13,84 3.57 2_75 (MIll)- 22_0 (Max 2023 496.503 91.85 9675 9_00 105_75 95.18 13_90 3_32 2_75 (Min -22.0 (Max 2024 512.871 94_88 96,75 1200 12_00 9_00 117,75 105_98 22,87 11,09 2.75 (Mill)' 22_0 (Max) 2025 528,857 97.84 108,75 9.00 1 ~ 7 ,75 105.98 19,91 8.14 2.75 (MIll)-22.0 lMax\ 2026 544.429 100_72 108.75 500 5_00 9001 122.75 11048 22.03 9_76 2,75(Min)-220(Max) 2 4 s, 6 7 8 9 " 9b Notes: (References are to the column numbers above) 1. Fiscal Year starts October 1 and ends September 30. 2. 2001 - 2026 Peak Pooulation (Seasonal) estimates and projections for the existing service area are based on "Collier County Water & Sewer Districts Population Estimates and Projections" dated September 27.2006, prepared by Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department. Poputations are based on using BEBR High Range growth rate through 2011 and 95% of BEBR High Range growth rate from 2012 through 2026. The peak population projections shown include the Orangetree Service Area beginning in FY 2012. 3 Reauired Treatment Caoacitv@ 185 aocd is obtained by multiplying the Peak Pooulation (Seasonal) (Column 2) times 185 gallons per capita (peak population) per day. 185 gpcd is the established level of service standard (LOSS) as adopted in the 2005 Water Master Plan Update and verified by the South Florida Water Managment District for the 2006 Lower West Coast Water Supply Plan. 4. Total Constructed Plant Caoacitv On-line is the total finished water treatment capacity at the beginning of the fiscal year in Million Gallons per Day (MGD). All plant capacities are stated in Maximum Month Average Daily Demand (MMADD), Page W-1 . Collier County Government Public Utilities Engineering Department 2006 ANNUAL UPDATE AND INVENTORY REPORT (AUIR) A"enda Item No.8 September 25, 2007 Page 121 of 133 POTABLE WATER SYSTEM. TREATMENT FACILITIES LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARD (LOSS) ASSESSMENT FOR SERVICE AREA 02 Nov 06 5. New Plant Constructed Caoacitv schedule is as follows: Fiscal New Plant Reliable Constructed Description Source of Information year Capacity Capacity Reverse osmosis treatment 2005 8,0 MGD expansion to South County 6,0 MGD Completed Regional Water Treatment Plant 2007 8.0 MGD Reverse osmosis treatment 8,0 MGD SCRWTP Wellfield Expansion expansion to SCRWTP PMP 2008 4.0 MGD Reverse osmosis treatment 4,0 MGD SCRWTP Wellfield Expansion expansion/buildout to SCRWTP PMP High Pressure RO expansion to 2009 2.0 MGD North County Regional Water 1.0MGD 2005 Water Master Plan Update Treatment Plant (NCRWTP) 2011 13,75 MGD New Northeast Regional Water 10,0 MGD 2005 Water Master Plan Update Treatment Plant (NERWTP) 2014 14,0 MGD New Southeast Regional Water 12,0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep Treatment Plant (SERWTP) 06 CDES population projections 2016 5,0 MGD Expansion to NERWTP 5,0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 GOES population projections 2020 10,0 MGD Expansion to NERWTP 10,0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 2024 12,0 MGD Expansion to SERWTP 12,0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 2026 5,0 MGD Expansion to NERWTP 5.0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections Sa. New Plant Reliable Caoacitv is the new plant capacity with the largest water treatment plant unit out of service in accordance with the design requirements of the 'Ten Slate Standards" and as adopted in the 2005 Water Master Plan Update. 6. Available Aauifer Storace and Recoverv (ASR) Caoacitv schedule is as follows: Fiscal Additional Available ASR Description ASR Source of Information year Capacity Capacity 2010 20 MGD Two additional ASR wells at 3,0 MGD 2005 Water Master Plan Update Manatee Road Pumping Station site 2012 1,0 MGD One additional ASR well at Manatee 4,0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep Road Pumping Station site 06 GOES population projections 2013 2.0 MGD Two additional ASR wells at 6.0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep Manatee Road Pumping Station site 06 CDES population projections 2023 3,0 MGD Three new ASR wells at Carica 9,0 MGD Recommended based on 27 Sep Road Pumping Station site 06 CDES population projections Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) is storage to meet peak season demand above plant reliable capacity. Page W~2 Collier County Government Public Utilities Engineering Department 2006 ANNUAL UPDATE AND INVENTORY REPORT (AUIR) POTABLE WATER SYSTEM. TREATMENT FACILITIES LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARD (LOSS) ASSESSMENT FOR SERVICE AREA A;:18noa Item I-.Jo, 8 September 25, 2007 Page 122 of 133 02 Nov 06 7. Total Constructed Plant and ASR Caoacitv is total of Constructed Plant Caoacitv (Column 4) plus New Plant Constructed Caoacitv (Column 5) plus Available ASR Caoacitv (Column 6). 8. Total Treatment Reliable System Caoacitv is the total available treatment system capacity necessary to meet concurrency requirements, and is defined herein as 90-percent of the Total Constructed Plant and ASR Caoacitv (Column 7), 9. Retained/(Deficitt Constructed System Caoacitv is the difference between Total Constructed Plant and ASR Caoacitv (Column 7) and Reauired Treatment Caoacitv (Column 3). 9a. Retained/(Deficit\ Reliable System Caoacitv is the difference between Total Treatment System Reliable Caoacitv (Column 8) and Reauired Treatment Caoacitv (Column 3). 9b. Retained/(Deficitl Reliable System Caoacl1v Taroe1 Values lor planning purposes are 3.0 MGO minimum and 24.0 MGD maximum through FY 2016, and 2.75 MGO minimum and 22.0 maximum from FY 2017 through FY 2026. The target minimum capacities represent the projected increase in the next year's demand (peak population times level of service standard) and the target maximum capacities represent the projected increase in demand for the next eight years. Page W-3 T Agenda Item NO.8 September 25, 2007 Page 123 of 133 r-- I COW i]l' 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 :i ..,. N 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cl. "" <0 ..,. N 0 0 "- ~ OJ .9"" '" "- 0", I 0'" S''''' C)~ jl ~N 0", it I "'"" i~ 0", 'u OJ "'"" Cl. OJ o~ \ 0", <..l (')0 ~ E :EN '" ~it \ 0", 1;; >- f2 "'"" (fJ \ '" => 00 Oc'> ;:0 ~ (')[:j 0"" .!!1 , :EN CD, f- ~it \ 0", 0:' 0: , E 0 6'", '" '" "-:a;:" \ 0", 0 E w <.> f- ta:LLlo. 0'", I Cctl>-t-Cl O~ \ Oc'> (l)g-o:cn~ (')0 EOO>~ ::;N "'", C f- CIl .. 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NOll\flndOd , I L___ -~----_._~ Page W-4 Collier County Government Public Utilities Engineering Department 2006 ANNUAL UPDATE AND INVENTORY REPORT (AUIR) Aaenda Item )'~o. 8 Sep'tsmber 25.2007 Page 124 of 133 POTABLE WATER SYSTEM - LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS (LOSS) ASSESSMENT CHANGES FROM 2005 AUIR 02 Nov 06 1. New Plant Constructed Capacity Schedule: A. SCRWTP: Changed 12.0 MGD expansion in 2007 to be 8.0 MGD in 2007 and 4.0 MGD in 2008 to match new SCRWTP wellfield delivery schedule B. The following changes were made from the 2005 AUIR to match the 27 Sep 06 CDES populations and resulting water demands: . NERWTP: Changed 5.0 MGD expansion from FY 2014 to FY 2016; changed 10.0 MGD expansion from FY 2017 to FY 2020: changed 5.0 MGD expansion from FY 2021 to FY 2026 . SERWTP: Changed new 14.0 MGD plant from FY 2017 to FY 2014; changed 12.0 MGD expansion from FY 2021 to FY 2024 2. Available Aquifer Storaqe and Recoverv (ASR) Capacity Schedule: Adjusted ASR on-line schedule after 2010 to maintain recommended target constructed system capacities, A comparison of ASR capacities in the 2005 and 2006 AUIR's is shown below: Fiscal 2005 AUIR ASR 2006 AUIR ASR Year Capacity (MGD) Capacity (MGDI 2011 5.0 3.0 2012 6.0 4.0 2013 6.0 6.0 2014 7,0 6.0 2015 7,0 6.0 2016 10,0 6.0 2017 10,0 6.0 2018 10,0 6.0 2019 10,0 6,0 2020 10.0 6,0 2021 10.0 6,0 2022 10.0 6,0 2023 10.0 9.0 2024 10.0 9.0 2025 10.0 9.0 2026 9.0 Page W-5 Collier County Government Public Utilities Engineering Department 2006 ANNUAL UPDATE AND INVENTORY REPORT (AUIR) Agenda Item No, 8 September 25,2007 Page 125 of 133 WASTEWATER SYSTEM. LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS (LOSS) ASSESSMENT FOR NORTH COUNTY WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY (NCWRF) SERVICE AREA 02 Nov 06 2 3 4 5 6 7 7a Required Constructed Total Retained/ Retained/ (Deficit) Peak Treatment Plant New Plant Available (Deficit) Fiscal Year Population Capacity @ Capacity On- Capacity Constructed Constructed Constructed Capacity (Seasonal) 145 gpcd line Capacity Capacity Target Values MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD 2001 88,483 12.83 12.30 6.50 18,80 5,97 1.0 (Min - 8.0 Maxi 2002 96,676 14.02 18.80 18,80 4.78 1,0 Min - 8.0 Max) 2003 104,536 15.16 18.80 18,80 3.64 1,0 Min .8,0 MaxI 2004 111,391 16,15 18,80 18,80 2.65 1,0 Min .8,0 MaxI 2005 118,617 17.20 18,80 5.30 24,10 6.90 1.0 IMin) .8.0 IMax) 2006 126,891 1840 24,10 24,10 5,70 1.0 (Min) - 8.0 Max 2007 135,538 19,65 24,10 24,10 445 1.0 (Min) - 8.0 Max 2008 144.517 20,95 24.10 24,10 3.15 1.0 (Min) - 8.0 Max 2009 153.892 22.31 24,10 24.10 1.79 1.0 IMin) . 8,0 Max 2010 162,006 2349 24,10 6,50 30,60 7.11 1.0 IMin - 8,0 IMax) 2011 166,911 24,20 30,60 30,60 6,40 1.0 (Min - 8,0 IMax) 2012 178.574 25.89 30,60 30,60 4,71 1.0 (Min - 80 IMax) 2013 193,646 28.01 30,60 30,60 2,59 1.0 (Min - 8.0 (Max) 2014 201,076 29.09 30,60 30,60 1,51 1.0 (Min) .8,0 IMax) 2015 208,772 30,20 30,60 30,60 0,40 1.0 (Min) - 8,0 IMax) The NCWRF ultimate capacity is reached in 2015. Notes: (References are to the column numbers above) 1. Fiscal Year starts October 1 and ends September 30. 2. 2001 - 2015 Peak Pooulation (Seasonal) estimates and projections for the existing service area are based on the "Collier County Water & Sewer Districts Population Estimates and Projections" dated September 27, 2006, prepared by Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department. Populations are based on using BEBR High Range growth rate through 2011 and 95% of BEBR High Range growth rate from 2012 through 2015. The NCWRF ultimate capacity is reached in 2015. The service area peak population and required capacity for the NCWRF do not change aher 2015, 3. Reauired Treatment Caoacitv (W 145 aocd is obtained by multiplying the Peak Pooulation (Seasonal) (Column 2) limes 145 gallons per capita (peak population) per day. 145 gpcd is the established level of service standard (LOSS) for the North Service Area as adopted in the 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update. 4. Constructed Plant Caoacitv On-line is the treatment plant capacity at the beginning of the fiscal year in Million Gallons per Day (MGD). All plant capacities are reliable plant capacities stated in Maximum Month Average Daily Flow (MMADF). 5. New Plant Caoacitv schedule is as follows: Fiscal Year New elant Description Source of Information Caoacitv 2001 6.5 MGD Expansion to NCWRF Completed 2005 ~1,2 MGD Pelican Bay plant Completed removed from service 2005 6.5 MGD Expansion to NCWAF Completed 2010 6.5 MGD Expansion to NCWRF 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update 6. Total Available Constructed Cacacitv in MGD (Column 4 + Column 5). 7. Retained/tDeficiO Constructed Caoacitv is the difference between Total Available Constructed Capacity (Column 6) and Reauired Treatment Caoacitv (Column 3). 7a. Retained/<DeficiO Constructed Caoacitv Taraet Values for planning purposes are 1.0 MGD minimum and 8.0 MGD maximum through FY 2015. when ultimate plant capacity is reached. 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LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS (LOSS) ASSESSMENT FOR PROPOSED NORTHEAST WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY (NEWRF) SERVICE AREA 02 Nov 06 2 3 4 5 6 7 7a Required Constructed Total Retained/ Retained/ (Deficit) Peak Treatment Plant New Plant Available (Deficit) Fiscal Year Population Capacity @ Capacity On- Capacity Constructed Constructed Constructed Capacity (Seasonal) 120 gpcd line Capacity Capacity Target Values MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD 2011 8,035 1,09 0,00 4.00 4,00 2.91 0,9 (Mln) . 7.2 (Max) 2012 22.858 2.87 4,00 4,00 1.13 0.9 (Min) - 7.2 MaxI 2013 24,505 3,07 400 4,00 0,93 0.9 Min) - 7.2 Max) 2014 26.220 3,28 4,00 4,00 8,00 4.72 0.9 IMln) . 7.2 (Maxi 2015 27,969 3.49 8,00 8.00 4.51 0.9 (Mln). 7,2 IMaxl 2016 36.569 4,69 8,00 8.00 3,31 0,9 (Mln). 7,2 (Max) 2017 45.455 5,93 800 8.00 2,07 0.9 MinI - 7.2 MaxI 2018 54,638 7,22 8,00 4,00 12.00 4,78 0.9 Min) - 7.2 Max) 2019 64,127 8.55 12,00 12.00 3.45 0,9 (Mln). 7,2 (Max) 2020 73,282 9,83 12,00 12.00 2,17 0,9 (Mln) - 7,2 (Max 2021 82,074 11,06 12,00 12.00 0,94 0.9 (MinI - 7.2 Max 2022 91,119 12.33 12,00 4.00 16,00 3,67 0.9 Min) - 7.2 (Max 2023 100,426 13.65 16.00 16,00 2,35 0.9 (Mln) . 7,2 Max 2024 110,000 15.00 16.00 16.00 1.00 0,9 (Mln) . 7,2 (Max) 2025 119,350 16.33 16.00 4.00 20,00 3.67 0.9 (MIn) . 7,2 (Max) 2026 128,459 17.62 20,00 20,00 2.38 0.9 (Mln) . 7.2 (Max) The NEWRF is constructed and ready for service in 2011. Notes: (References are to the column numbers above) 1. Fiscal Year starts October 1 and ends September 30. 2. 2011 - 2026 Peak Peoulation (Seasonal) estimates and projections fer the existing service area are based on the "Collier County Water & Sewer Districts Population Estimates and Projections" dated September 27,2006, prepared by Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department. Populations are based on using BEBR High Range growth rate through 2011 and 95% of BEBR High Range growth rate from 2012 through 2026. 3. Reauired Treatment Caoacitv @ 120 aocd is obtained by multiplying the Peak Pooulation (Seasonal) (Column 2) times 120 gallons per capita (peak population) per day. 120 gpcd is the established level of service standard (LOSS) for the North Service Area as adopted in the 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update. 4. Constructed Plant Caoacitv On-line is the treatment plant capacity at the beginning of the fiscal year in Million Gallons per Day (MGD). All plant capacities are reliable plant capacities stated in Maximum Mon1h Average Dally Flow (MMADF), 5. New Plant Caoacitv schedule is as follows: Fiscal Year New Plant Description Source of Information Caoacitv 2011 4.0 MGD New NEWRF 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update 2014 4.0 MGD Expansion to NEWRF 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update 2018 4.0 MGD Expansion to NEWRF Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 2022 4.0 MGD Expansion to NEWRF Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 2025 4.0 MGD Expansion to NEWRF Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 6. Total Available Constructed Caoacitv in MGD (Column 4 + Column 5). 7. Retained/mefici!) Constructed Caoacitv is the difference between Total Available Constructed CaDacitv (Column 6) and Reauired Treatment Caoacitv (Column 3). 7a. Retained/[Oeficit) Constructed Caoacitv Taraet Values for planning purposes are 0.9 MGD minimum and 7.2 MGD maximum through FY 2026. 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(Deficit) Peak Treatment Plant New Plant Available (Deficit) Constructed Fiscal Year Population Capacity @ Capacity On- Capacity Constructed Constructed Capacity (Seasonal) 100 gpcd line Capacity Capacity Target Value MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD 2001 96,056 9,61 9,20 9,20 10411 0.26IMin) 2002 99,816 9.98 9,20 9,20 10.781 0.26 (Min) 2003 103,883 10.39 9.20 9.20 11.19) 0.26 (Min) 2004 107,983 10.80 9.20 6.80 16,00 5.20 0.26 (Min) 2005 113,986 1141 16.00 16.00 4,59 0.26IMin) 2006 121,076 12.12 16.00 16.00 3,88 0.26 (Min) 2007 128,624 12.87 16.00 16.00 3,13 0.26 (Min) 2008 136,623 13.67 16.00 16,00 2.33 0.26IMin) 2009 145,100 14.52 16.00 16,00 148 0.26IMin\ 2010 152,562 15.27 16.00 16,00 0.73 0.261Minl 2011 155,570 15,58 16,00 16,00 042 0.26 Mini 2012 157,494 15,74 16,00 16,00 0.26 0.26 (Min) The SCWRF ultimate capacity is reached in 2012. Notes: (References are to the column numbers above) 1, Fiscal Year starts October 1 and ends September 30. 2, 2001 - 2012 Peak Population (Seasonal) estimates and projections for the existing service area are based on the "Collier County Water & Sewer Districts Population Estimates and Projections" dated September 27, 2006, prepared by Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department. Populations are based on using BEBR High Range growth rate through 2011 and 95% of BEBR High Range growth rate for 2012. The SCWRF ultimate capacity is reached in 2012. The service area peak population and required capacity for the SCWRF do nol change after 2012. 3, Reauired Treatment Capacitv @ 100 aped is obtained by multiplying the Peak Population ISeasonal) (Column 2) times 100 gallons per capita (peak population) per day. 100 gpcd is the established level of service standard (LOSS) for the South Service Area as adopted in the 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update, 4. Constructed Plant Capacitv On.line is the treatment plant capacity at the beginning of the fiscal year in Million Gallons per Day (MGD). All plant capacities are reliable plant capacities stated in Maximum Month Average Daily Flow (MMADF), 5. New Plant Capacitv schedule is as follows: Fiscal Year New Plant Description Source of Information Capacity 2004 6,8 MGD Expansion to SCWRF Completed 6. Total Available Constructed Capacitv in MGD (Column 4 + Column 5), 7. Retained/lDeficiti Constructed Capacitv is the difference between Total Available Constructed Capacitv (Column 6) and Reauired Treatment Capacity (Column 3). 7a. Retained/lDeficiti Constructed Capacitv Taraet Value for planning purposes is 0.26 MGD minimum through FY 2012, when ultimate plant capacity is reached. PageWW.5 Agenda Item r'>Jo. 8 September 25. 2007 Page 130 of 133 I- I I CDW ~ LL tt: 3: () ~rJl II:~ 5.?: <(:: ;= 'u II: '" caLL "'Ec..c:'E _woe. "'0:'-0) c~>C;o "' "' II: E 0 ~ C a ctJ ,.. 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Capacity Constructed Constructed Constructed Capacity (Seasonal) 120 gpcd line Capacity Capacity Target Values MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD MGD 2014 7.220 0,72 0.00 4,00 4,00 3.28 0.7 (Min) - 5,6 (Max) 2015 13.582 1.42 4.00 4,00 2.58 0,7 (Mln) - 5,6 (Max) 2016 20.168 2,10 4.00 4,00 1,90 0.7 (Mln) - 5,6 (MaxI 2017 26,975 2,79 4.00 4,00 1.21 0.7 (MinI - 5,6 (MaxI 2018 34.008 3,51 4.00 4,00 8,00 4.49 0.7 (Min) - 5.6 (MaxI 2019 41.276 4,26 8.00 8,00 3.74 0.7 (Min) - 5.6 (Max) 2020 48,289 4,97 8.00 8,00 3,03 0.7 (Min) - 5,6 (Max) 2021 55.022 5,66 8.00 8,00 2.34 0.7 (Min) - 5,6 (Maxi 2022 61,951 6,37 8,00 8.00 1.63 0.7 (Mini - 5,6 (Maxi 2023 69,078 7,10 8.00 8,00 0.90 0.7 (Min) - 5.6 (Maxi 2024 76,412 7,85 8,00 4,00 12,00 4,15 0.7 (Minl- 5.6 (Max) 2025 83,574 8,58 12.00 12.00 3.42 0.7 (Min) - 5.6 (Max) 2026 90,550 9,30 12,00 12,00 2,70 0.7 (Min) - 5.6 (Max) The SEWRF is constructed and ready for service in 2014. Notes: (References are to the column numbers above) 1, Fiscal Year starts October 1 and ends September 30. 2, 2014 - 2026 Peak Population (Seasonal) estimates and projections for the existing service area are based on the "Collier County Water & Sewer Districts Population Estimates and Projections" dated September 27, 2006, prepared by Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department. Populations are based on 95% of BEBR High Range growth rate from 2014 through 2026. 3, Reauired Treatment Capacity (iiJ 120 apcd is obtained by multiplying the Peak Population (Seasonal) (Column 2) times 120 gallons per capita (peak population) per day. 120 gpcd is the established level of service standard (LOSS) for the Southeast Service Area as adopted in the 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update. 4, Constructed Caoacitv On-line is the treatment plant capacity at the beginning of the fiscal year in Million Gallons per Day (MGD). All plant capacities are reliable plant capacities stated in Maximum Month Average Daily Flow (MMADF). 5. New Plant Capacity schedule is as follows: Fiscal Year New Plant Description Source of Information Caoacitv 2014 4.0 MGD New SEWRF 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update 2018 4,0 MGD Expansion to SEWRF Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 2024 4,0 MGD Expansion to SEWRF Recommended based on 27 Sep 06 CDES population projections 6. Total Available Constructed Capacity in MGD (Column 4 + Column 5). 7. Retained/IDeficitl Constructed Capacity is the difference between Total Available Constructed Caoacitv (Column 6) and Reauired Treatment Capacity (Column 3). 7a, Retained/IDeficitl Constructed Capacity Taraet Values for planning purposes are 0.7 MGD minimum and 5.6 MGD maximum through FY 2026. 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'" '" Q) 10 >- a; '0 o~ i" " ::J 0", II) ii: (f Q) 0: 6'.{ t, 0", c:! ~I 6>.{ ::J Q. 00' 0 'D- c<: '" Q) <:'.{ D- o", , t I S.{ 0", $'.{ 0", -".{ 0", o Page WW.8 Agenda Item NO.8 September 25,2007 Page 133 of 133 Collier County Government Public Utilities Engineering Department 2006 ANNUAL UPDATE AND INVENTORY REPORT (AUIR) WASTEWATER SYSTEM - LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS (LOSS) ASSESSMENT CHANGES FROM 2005 AUIR 02 Nov 06 New Plant Constructed Caoacitv Schedule: 1. East Central Area population and wastewater flows are not shown separately since the East Central Water Reclamation Facility was deleted in the adopted 2005 Wastewater Master Plan 2. The following changes were made from the 2005 AUIR to match the 27 Sep 06 CDES populations and resulting wastewater flows: . NEWRF: 8.0 MGD Expansion in FY 2017 changed to 4.0 MGD in FY 2018 and 4.0 MGD in FY 2022; and 4.0 MGD Expansion in FY 2024 changed to FY 2025 . SEWRF: 4.0 MGD Expansion changed from FY 2020 to FY 2018; and 4.0 MGD Expansion added in FY 2024 (from FY 2027 in 2005 Master Plan Update) Page WW-9 Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 20 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to accept a proposed Settlement Agreement betwecn the Coconut River Estates Civic Association and Collier County providing for resolution of the pending Code Enforcement Case No. 2007020584 OBJECTIVE: That the Board of County Commissioners accept a settlement agreement with Coconut River Estates Civic Association representatives, John Shepard, President, and Robert McDaniel, Secretary, entitled Collier County v. Coconut River Estates Civic Association, providing for resolution of pending Code Enforcement Case No. 2007020584. CONSIDERATIONS: On FebruaIY 9, 2007, in response to a complaint, the Code Enforcement Department pursued investigation of alleged building permit and land use violations at the Coconut River Estates recreationally designated area located at 2190 Clipper Way. The Department's investigation involved a review of permit records as well as coordination with both the Building and Zoning Departments. The investigation revealed that a Provisional Use (now known as "Conditional Use") approval Was granted for the property in 1977 to allow recreational facilities, specifically for tennis courts, Additionally, several building permits were found for the existing swimming pool, tennis courts, restroomslpavilion, and boat launching facility. However, no record of an approved Site Development Plan (SDP) for any of the same uses Was found. The Code Enforcement Department issued a Notice of Violation (NOV) to the Association based on the findings of the Zoning Department as explained in the attached memorandum (Exhibit A). Subsequent to the issuance of the NOV the Association representatives petitioned the Board of County Commissioners at the April 24, 2007 BCC meeting under Item 6B, Public Petition, to inquire into the alternatives available to them to resolve the pending code case. At the conclusion of the Board by a vote of 5 to 0 approved a proposal by Commissioner Coyle to set up a meeting between the association leaders and staff in an effort to formulate a resolution acceptable to all parties concerned (see the attached verbatim minutes). On May 9, 2007, Commissioner Coyle met with John Shepard and Robert McDaniel, representatives of the Coconut River Estates Association; Michele Mosca and David Weeks, the complainants; and Community Development staff in an effort to negotiate a settlement agreement. Several versions of a proposed Settlement Agreement were transferred between the parties and we are at somewhat of a crossroad, There are a few items that the parties are unable to reach agreement on therefore both versions of the agreement are attached for the Board's consideration. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: None. FISCAL IMPACT: None. LEGAL CONSIDERATION: This request has been reviewed for legal sufficiency and has no outstanding legal considerations. - Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 2 of 20 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners accept a settlement agreement and authorize the County Attorney to work with Code Enforcement Department to fmalize the agreement and to close the pending case. PREPARED BY: Michelle Edwards Arnold, Code Enforcement Director Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, CDES 2 ttemNumber: Item Summary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 9A Page 1 of 1 Agenda l1em No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 3 of 20 Recommendation to accept a proposed Settlemenl Agreement between the Coconut River Estates Civic Association and Collier County providing for resolu11on of the pending Code cnfofcementCase No 2007020584 9125120079 00:00 AM Prepared By Michelle Edwards Arnold Community Development & Environmental Services Coda Enforcement Direclor Date Approved By Michelle Edwards Arnold Community Deveiopment & EnllironmentalServices Code Enforcement 9!SI20074:51:25PM Marlene Stewart Approved By Communily Development & Environmental Services Code Enforcement Director Date Approved By JudyPuig Community Development & Environmental Services Code Enlorcement 9/11120074:1SPM Approved By JosephK. Schmitt Community Development & Environmental Services Executive Secretary Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. Date Approved By Marl<: Isackson County Manage(sOffic-e 9/11/20074:50 PM Operations Anatyst Dille Approved By JamesV. Mudd Board of County Commissioners Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. 9/11120074:52 PM Community Development & Environmental Services Adminstrator DlIte file:. /1('.\Apenrl~T e:<;t\ Fxnnrt\R9-Sentemher%?02:'i %?O?O(J7\09 %?.OROA RD%?OOF%?Or 9/19!?()07 Community Development & EnvironmentalServic-esAdmin 9112/20078:43 PM Budget Analyst Date Office of Management & Budget 9/14/20073:35 PM County Manager Date County Manager's Office 9!16!20071:S6PM Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 4 of 20 Kxhihit ].I Memorandum To: Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator Community Development and Environmental Services From: Susan M, Istenes, AICP, Director Department of Zoning and Land Development Review Date: May 7, 2006 Subject: Background for meeting regarding Clipper Way The purpose of this memo is to provide a summary of the findings with respect to the Code Enforcement issues and the Land Development Code requirements for an after-the-faet development of common area located on Clipper Way; specifically property which is as part of the Coconut River Estates Civic Association (CRECA). Historv: In 1977 the subject site was simultaneously rezoned and approved for a Provisional Use to allow recreational facilities, specifically for tennis courts, subiect to and in accordance with a required Site Development Plan, After the approval of this Provisional Use, over time the site was developed with a swimming pool, tennis courts, restrooms/pavilion, a boat launching facility, and portions of the site have historically been used for boat trailer storage. The County has no record of any approved Site Development Plan for any of the uses, including the tennis courts, although there are records indicating building permits were applied for and likely issued for the tennis courts, pool, restrooms and the picnic pavilion, No subsequent Provisional Use or Conditional Use has been approved since the original approval, which would have the affect of amending the original Provisional Use to allow for any use beyond the tennis courts. Additionally, no record of any site plan approval exists for any of the uses that are located on the property today. Consequently any of the existing uses that were not approved with the original Provisional Use are considered illegal uses and in fact the tennis courts, while approved in the original Provisional Use resolution, are also in violation of the conditions approving the Provisional Use because no record of a site development plan exists, t Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 5 of 20 Status Todav: Current Land Development Code requirements are similar to those that existed in 1977 in that the present zoning district regulations require that where property is to be used for recreational facilities which are not accessory to a principal use (private vs, public) and which are under common ownership and intended to serve more than one residence, then a Conditional Use is required before the facilities can be constructed. Consequently, it is staffs position that any use of the property today other than for tennis courts would have to be legitimized with the current regulations by first obtaining Conditional Use approval. All uses, including the tennis courts would then subsequently have to be legitimized by obtaining Site Development Plan approval and then finally obtaining any applicable building permits if not previously permitted, Furthermore, the site would have to be brought up to current standards with respect to landscape buffering, water management, and any other applicable Land Development Code regulations including those conditions of approval that were adopted with the Conditional Use resolution, I have the documentation that supports the above conclusions in a file, I will bring that information to the meeting. Any other questions or requests for additional information should be directed to my attention, Community Development and Environmental Services Office of the Administrator Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 6 of 20 April 24, 2007 COMMISSIONER HENNING: Mr. Kline (sic), you -- Mr. Kline? MS. FILSON: Killen. COMMISSIONER HENNING: Killin (sic)? I know you by your first name. I apologize. MR. KILLEN: This works too well all the time. I'm still getting used to it. COMMISSIONER HENNING: That's fine. Is that what you're asking for is to accept a future application to amend the PUD? MR. KILLEN: I'm not really sure. We met with staff, and staff recommended that we sign up and come to this meeting and make a little presentation on what -- you know, what we want to do, but I really don't know the answer, Tom. COMMISSIONER HENNfNG: Did you ask them why? I guess we're going to see you in the future, right? MR. KILLEN: I would think so. COMMISSIONER HENNfNG: Yeah. It's always a pleasure to see you anyways. MR. KILLEN: Thank you. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Thank you for being here today. MR. KILLEN: Thank you. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Mr. Mudd? Item #6B PUBLIC PETITION REQUEST BY JOHN SHEPARD TO DISCUSS THE COCONUT RIVER ESTATES CIVIC ASSOCIATION PROPERTY AT 2361 CLIPPER WAY - TO BE BROUGHT BACK AT THE MAY 22, 2007 BCC MEETING @4:30 P.M. TIME CERTAIN MR. MUDD: Commissioner, that brings us to our next public Page 36 , t Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 7 of 20 April 24, 2007 petition. It's a request by John Shepard to discuss the Coconut River Estates Civic Association property at 2361 Clipper Way. MR. SHEPARD: Good morning. My name is John Shepard, for the record. I live at 2361 Clipper Way here in Naples, Florida, and I am the president of Coconut River Civic Association Estates. I'm a stay-at-home dad. I have a 10-month-old son.aooa four-year-old daughter, a 23-year member of the Alabama Army National Guard and currently ofa United Professional Forces Fort Company up in Birmingham, Alabama. This is the outline I'll be following today. I'll start with my introduction, followed by a quick purpose. I'll give a Reader's Digest version of my overview and submit my request for petition to you. Probably skip the summary and go straight into conclusions and have some questions. First I'll orient you to our neighborhood. Everyone knows where Spanky's is. That's probably the easiest way to describe our neighborhood, and we're basically the neighborhood behind Spanky's. Some of you may not know, but our neighborhood was featured as one of the top U.S. neighborhood section Family Fun magazine in the winter edition this year, and that is a national/international magazine, and that was for our family boat-along, which we do every year. It's basically a boat parade up and down our canals. Once again, we're a nonprofit civic association. We were established back in the '70s. We have 220 residents in the neighborhood roughly. We have about half of those, 100 members, plus or minus, as members of the association. It's voluntary. It's not a mandatory association. Currently our membership's down about 15 to 20 percent due to the issues that are ongoing right now that we'll be bringing up. The acronym is CRECA. And I oriented you to the location. We are a boating community, and I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for what you've done as far as the boat speed limits, Page 37 Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 8 of 20 April 24, 2007 because ifanyone has a stake in it, we do. We are at the very end of the river, and everything that you're doing is -- make our trip out to the Gulf a little bit quicker is greatly appreciated. Once again, we have a limited budget so -- and our ability to hire lawyers and to get involved in a lot of this stuff is very limited. At the end of our budget we usually have 3-, $4,000 a year left over, and that's usually to fix a pool pump or add mulch or something like that, any capital type of improvements or maintenance on our facilities, okay. We do have amenities which include tennis courts, a heated swimming pool, we have a pavilion that can be used for free by any of the members for parties or -- you know, Boy Scouts meet there. We have a boat launch, shuffleboard court and basically a bathhouse. Two hundred forty dollars a year. That's probably the best deal in Naples, and we do have an all volunteer board. Basically when all's said and done, this is going to be the end state when this situation over, which is basically to gain your approval to recognize our property, our amenities and being in compliance with your county codes, Okay. Reader's Digest version of this. I could go on forever, but I'm short on time here. So we were initially cited for violating a code of having trailers, empty boat trailers parked there, which have beeri- parked there for close to 25 plus, 30 years on the property, and plus some land clearing that was really Wilma cleanup damage that we -- that rolled over into 2006. We met with code enforcement and the environmental people, and basically we were told everything is okay. You know, we -- you know, we compromised, said, we'll put up a hedge line so no one sees any of the boat -- empty boat trailers, and we thought everything was okay. So we end up going back and telling the people we're going to start putting the boat trailers back, and the we get hit with another Page 38 T Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 9 of 20 , April 24, 2007 petition, or a violation, that basically says nothing's okay. None of your amenities outside of the tennis courts have a site plan or anything like this. Now, we do have permits and cas for every item on our property except for -- except for the boat launch, which I couldn't find the CO. Myself and Robert McDaniel went down to records and went to permitting to try to hunt these documents up, like a site surveyor-- what do you call it? A -- anyway, we went to look up for those documents. And we were told that there's years of missing documents down at the records, and we don't know if there some or not, but our big thing is, why would we get a permit and CO for something that wasn't, you know, okay to use? And that's basically where we're at right now. And we have opposing interpretations by Code Enforcement and the Planning Department. It's my understanding that planning department is the only one that makes the decision on this. And so basically we're just trying to find out -- you know, we want to make everything right. We're just trying to be legal. And like I said, I've lived in the neighborhood for seven years, and I have - J don't know what these words mean, PU and this and that, but we're just doing everything we can to be right. At the same sense, you know, we're trying to deal with land codes for each different phase of the amenities that were put on the property, there's a different land code for that year or whatever, and I'm trying to sort through this, and we basically need a little help on this. And basically our request is that -- you know, that somehow you -- that we put together a team to look in to recognize our property COs as valid terms ofland use, and this is based upon the possibility that those documents do exist. And plus, we've been doing this for 25 years and no one's -- we've never received a complaint in 25, 30 years, as long as this property's been there, for boat trailers or any other of our amenities on the property. Page 39 .I\genda Item No, 9A September 25, 2007 Page 10 of 20 April 24, 2007 We'd also like to allow our empty boat trailer parking to be continued as long as, you know, we'll be a good neighbor. You know, we'll put up a hedge line and we'll make sure that they cannot be seen from the street or anyone's back yard, and that will be at our expense. And plus, again, this could be -- it could have been permitted in the past. And you know, I was probably a kid when all this stuff was first initiated, and so I would like to ask that as a request. We can delete the third request. I've talked with Mr. Schmitt about the number 3 request. And the final request is basically the violation. We asked for an extension, but Mr. Schmitt actually told me that it has been suspended as ofthis time, this violation, until this situation is resolved; however, we at CRECA have not received the suspension notice. Basically in summary, I gave you an introduction to our neighborhood, stated our end state, and gave you the quick view, explained what we were -- once again, we're a working-class neighborhood, and like I say, we've been doing this for 25-plus years. We've been operating this way and never had a complaint, never had to go through this. We are getting -- I'm personally getting a little frustrated because I don't understand the system and I'm trying to understand it as best I can. But this has pretty much been ongoing since December, And just trying to get some answers and trying to be right, trying to do everything correct without it costing us a whole bunch of money and hire a whole bunch of lawyers and stuff to make this right. We provide a safe recreational environment for our neighborhood, and we also provide community service opportunities for both adults and children in the neighborhood. And as money permits, we are constantly continuing to improve property. We spent over $25,000 just to remove trees from Hurricane Wilma, and that was just to get them from where they fell out to the road and we only have a two-acre piece of property. And thanks to Page 40 T Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 11 of20 April 24, 2007 Mr. Jim DeLony and Michelle Arnold of code enforcement, they coordinated a meeting between myself, Robert McDaniel, who is our property guy, and FEMA, and they were able to assist us in the actual removing debris. We still had to pay to have them cut down and brought out to there, but that was another thing I'd like to thank the commissioners for. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Commissioner Coyle? COMMISSIONER COYLE: Yeah. Mr. Chainnan, I have met with Mr. Shepard and Robert McDaniel from the association, and I've also met with the owners of one residence that have complained about the boat storage facilities there. There is a difference of opinion between our planning department and our Code Enforcement Department concerning what should be done here. It can only be resolved by the commission. I would like to ask that it be brought back and placed on the agenda for a full public hearing. I don't think it will take very long. I think we should be able to resolve it fairly quickly, particularly with Mr. Shepard's interest in putting up a hedge to screen the boat storage area. And there is no question but what the situation has changed for some of the residents there. The vegetation that previously screened the boat storage area is gone. Whether it was gone because ofthe hurricane or it was gone because of cleanup and some grading that was done is a matter of some debate, but the point is, it's gone. And I think if we can get the parties back here at a public hearing, we can sort it out fairly quickly and get it resolved. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: And I'll second your motion for this. But a couple of points I'd like to bring up. One, these are working people. We ought to try to plan it for a time certain later in the day so that we can have good attendance, and, two, working through your office, maybe you might be able to mitigate this dispute between the neighbors before it comes to us. COMMISSIONER COYLE: I'd be happy to do that. And as a Page 41 Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 12 of 20 April 24, 2007 matter of fact, John, if you and Bob McDaniel want to get together, I'll talk with you about the results of my meeting with the other neighbors, and then we'll see if we can't resolve this. MR. SHEPARD: Yeah. We want to be good neighbors. We're not -- we're not -- like I said, the hedge line was originally planted. I'd actually told the complainant that long before the complaint was filed of our plans. And once again, we don't have a lot of money. We have the dirty dozen that gets out there on the weekend and actually puts this stuff up. In our initial meeting with code enforcement and the environmental people, we told them we would do it immediately and I also said that I would extend the personal hedge line of the complainant's immediately, but we were told by the environmental, you might want to wait till rainy season before you plant that hedge line. So this was all thought out ahead oftime, and apparently -- but it's gone this far. And like I said, we -- CHAIRMAN COLETTA: We have a motion by Commissioner Coyle and a second by myself, Commissioner Coletta. Commissioner Henning? COMMISSIONER HENNING: Just one question for Commissioner Coyle. Are you asking for this to be on a future item on 10 or 8 or 7? CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Under the county commission? COMMISSIONER HENNING: Would it be under a -- or 9? COMMISSIONER COYLE: I don't think it makes any difference, whatever is most appropriate for the -- COMMISSIONER HENNING: 16? COMMISSIONER COYLE: 16 would be good. COMMISSIONER HENNING: Okay, all right, very good. COMMISSIONER COYLE: 16, by the way, is a consent agenda which means we don't have to have any debate. If we can make -- if we can find a solution, then I can submit it as an item on the consent Page 42 , Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 13 of 20 April 24, 2007 agenda. And with a little bit of luck, the other commissioners will not object and it will be approved and we won't have to have a hearing. But if I cannot get a reasonable settlement between you and the complaining party, it will have to come back for a regular public hearing and debate. MR. SHEPARD: Okay. So we just like maybe get with your office and set up and appointment? COMMISSIONER COYLE: Yeah. Well, no. Let my office get with you. MR. SHEPARD: That will work. COMMISSIONER COYLE: Yeah. COMMISSIONER HENNING: Thank you. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Mr. Mudd or Mr. Weigel, any comments or questions? MR. MUDD: 22nd of May okay? COMMISSIONER COYLE: It's okay with me. MR. MUDD: The 22nd of May? There's a meeting on the 22nd of May, that's what I'm asking. MR. SHEPARD: Oh, that -- I'll make plans. MR. MUDD: Is it okay for you? MR. SHEPARD: I don't see the -- CHAIRMAN COLETTA: How does 4:30 sound? MR. SHEPARD: 4:30's just as good as any time. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Well, towards the end ofthe day so the working people won't be missing a tremendous amount of time. MR. SHEPARD: Like I say, I'm a stay-at-home dad. I've got the little ones running around all day long, so -- CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Bring them along. We'd love to have them running around. MR. SHEPARD: No, you wouldn't, sir. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Mr. Weigel, anything that you want to add to this before we go on? Page 43 Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 14 of 20 April 24, 2007 MR. WEIGEL: I'd just say that we look forward to working with Mr. Coyle in regard to any further advice concerning the agenda when it comes for the 22nd. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Thank you. Okay. So we have a motion by Commissioner Coyle, second by myself. Any discussion? (No response.) CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Seeing none, all those in favor, indicate by saying aye. COMMISSIONER COYLE: Aye. COMMISSIONER HALAS: Aye. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Aye. COMMISSIONER FIALA: Aye. COMMISSIONER HENNING: Aye. CHAIRMAN COLETTA: Opposed? (No response,) CHAIRMAN COLETTA: The ayes have it 5-0. Thank you very much for being here today. MR. SHEPARD: Thank you, sir. MR. McDANIEL: Thank you. I tern #6C PUBLIC PETITION REQUEST BY RICHARD VISCUSI TO DISCUSS TREE REMOVAL ALONG THE BOUNDARY OF W AL- MART AND THE SUNRISE CONDOMINIUM COMPLEX- PRESENTED AND PETITIONER TO SPEAK WITH HIS HOA REGARDING HEDGE HEIGHT MR. MUDD: Commissioner, the next public petition is a request by Richard Viscusi to discuss tree removal along the boundary of Wal-Mart and Sunrise Condominium Complex. Page 44 T Exhibit "C" CDES Staff Recommendation Agenda Item No, 9A September 25, 2007 Page 15 of 20 Settlement Agreement between Collier County Board of County Commissioners and Coconut River Estates Civic Association In an effort to resolve a pending case on the recreation parcel for the Coconut River Estates Civic Association under investigation by the Collier County Code Enforcement Department the Board of County Commissioners recommended the development of a settlement agreement between all parties. The case [mdings are as follows: Vegetation removal along the southern property line and on other portions of the subject property occurred due to hurricane damage. The vegetation was removed screened areas being used for boat trailer storage. A Provisional Use (now known as "Conditional Use") approval was granted for the property in 1977 to allow recreational facilities, specifically for tennis courts. Additionally, several building permits were found for the existing swimming pool, tennis courts, restrooms/pavilion, and boat launching facility. However, no record of an approved Site Development Plan (SDP) for any of the same uses was found. The following proposal is intended to address the screening to adjacent residents while maintaining the use of the subject property. The following requirements are being placed on the Coconut River Estates Association. By signing the acknowledgment set forth below, the Association agrees to the following: I. Install vegetative buffer along the southern boundary of the Coconut River Estates Civic Association property line. Such vegetative buffer shall be installed within 90 days of thc ratification of this agrecmcnt and the Coconut River Estates Civic Association shall provide an opaque, irrigated, perimeter landscape butfer for the full length of the south property line except for that portion of the south property line lying south of the existing paved parking lot and drive (#8 on the attached aeriaVsite plan). The landscape buffer shall consist of a staggered double row of 10 gallon native shrubs planted 48 inches on center for the entire length of the buffer. The shrubs shall be 5 feet in height with a 3 f()ot spread at time of planting and shall achieve 80 percent opacity and attain six feet in height within one year of planting. The entire buffer shall receive adequate inigation and shall be maintained in perpetuity by the Coconut River Estates Civic Association a height of no less than six feet. 2. Parking/storage of empty boat trailers is prohibited on the subject property except: I) in the area immediately abutting the south side of the canal, west of Lot 5, River Reach subdivision; and, 2) the area north of the boat ramp, both as depicted on the attached aerial/site plan. 3. Parking of any vehicle or vehicle with boat trailer shall be limited to: I) the paved parking lot; and, 2) the one "boat trailer parking/storage area and vehicle/vehicle with boat trailer parking area"- which is located north of the boat ramp and canal both as depicted on the attached aeriaVsite plan. Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 16 of 20 4. Signage to be posted on the subject property by the Association: I) to indicate the two locations where empty boat trailer parking/storage is allowed; 2) to indicate the one location west of the tennis courts where vehicle/vehicle with boat trailer parking is allowed; and, 3) along the southerly property line but nOlih of bufTer required in #1 above to indicate no parking/storage of empty boat trailers and no parking of vehicles or vehicles with boat trailer. 5. The following existing structures and uses on the subject propeliy will be deemed to be legal, based upon building pennits and Certificates of Occupancy previously issued and based upon the provisional use approved in 1977, will be allowed to remain in use by the Association and members: two tennis courts, swimming pool, pavilion, shuffleboard comi, storage building, playground, and paved parking lot and drive - all as depicted on the attached aerial/site plan. The boat ramp on the subject property, and its use, will be deemed to be legal subject to the Association providing to the Building Official proof that the ramp/seawall met the requirements of the building code in effect at the time of construction. 6. Any expansion or alteration of the existing uses, structures, or facilities on the property will be subject to all requirements of the Collier County Land Development Code (LDC) in effect at time of such expansion or alteration. Such LDC requiremcnts may include, but are not limited to, conditional use, site developmcnt plan, site improvement plan, building pemJit, vegetation removal pemJit. 7. Parking/storage of empty boat trailers shall only be allowed after installation of both the entire buffer with irrigation, as stated in # 1 above, and signage, as stated in #4 above. Acknowledgment I, , on behalf of the Coconut River Estates Civic Association, agree to the terms and conditions set forth in paragraphs 1 through 5 above. Date: Signature Print Title: . ,,", ,~~-I \~u " ~ 4 .. .' 7 J .. , . 6 iii. B . .' . ,;,,,~~" '\: ~ ."~, r:' I t ~ , ,~ 'i Legend , Park Buildings w Boat Trailer Parl( _ Roads Ing Storage Area D Parcels ':'!IV S~~:"S{1111'tJl .-~"",-,,,,,,~ 5. Storage Build' 6. Tennis Court 'ng 7. Playgro d 8 P un . aved Parking Lot & D . rive o 0.0050.01 I I I I I I 0.02 Miles I I 1. Boat Ramp 2. Pavilion 3. Shuffle Boa 4. Pool rd Court ! ~. ~ ~, ~ ci< W 0- 0- OJ '" -." tJ Exhibit "E" CDES Staff Recommendation Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 18 of 20 Settlement Agreement between Collier County Board of County Commissioners and Coconut River Estates Civic Association In an effort to resolve a pending case on the recreation parcel for the Coconut River Estates Civic Association under investigation by the Collier County Code Enforcement Department the Board of County Commissioners recommended the development of a settlement agreement between all parties. The case findings are as follows: Vegetation removal along the southern property line and on other portions of the subject property occurred due to hurricane damage. The vegetation was removed screened areas being used for boat trailer storage. A Provisional Use (now known as "Conditional Use") approval was granted for the property in 1977 to allow recreational facilities, specifically for tennis courts. Additionally, several building permits were found for the existing swimming pool, tennis courts, restrooms/pavilion, and boat launching facility. However, no record of an approved Site Development Plan (SDP) for any of the same uses was found. The following proposal is intended to address the screening to adjacent residents while maintaining the use of the subject property. The following requirements are being placed on the Coconut River Estates Association. By signing the acknowledgment set forth below, the Association agrees to the following: 1. Install vegetative buffer along the southern boundary of the Coconut River Estates Civic Association property line, Such vegetative buffer shall be installed within 90 days of the ratification of this agreement and the Coconut River Estates Civic Association shall provide an opaque, in'igated, perimeter landscape buffer for thc full length of the south propeliy line except fiJr that portion of the south property line lying south of the existing paved parking lot and drive (#8 on the attached aerial/site plan). Th. laRdscaps buff8r shall consist of a sta;;gered double I'D'.'.' of 10 galloR nati':e shrubs planted 1 g iRohes OR oellter for the entire Icngt1~ () I' tAe bHffcr. The shrubs shall be 5 feet ill height 'I.'ith 3 3 foot spread at time of plantiHg and ,;hall achieve 80 pcrccnt opacity and attain six feet in height within one year of planting. The entire buffer shall receive adequate irrigation and shall be maintained in perpetuity by the Coconut River Estates Civic Association a height of no less than six feet. I.a. In the alternative to a veuetative buffer. the Association shall install a solid or shadowbox fence aJonu the full lenuth of the south propert" line except for that portion of the south property line Iving south of the existing paved parking lot and drive (#8 on the attached aerial/site plan). Such fence shall be installed within 90 davs of the ratification of this ,H!reement and the Coconut River Estates Civic Association and shall be maintained in good condition in neIlJetuitv bv the Association. 2. Parking/storage of empty boat trailers is prohibited on the subject property except: .J..J-ffi the area immediatoly abutting t[.,e :ollth ,;ide of the caBal, west of Lot 5, Ri','er Read, sllbdivi5ioR; alid, 2) the arca north of the boat ramp, 00lH as depicted OB the attached aerial/site plan. f Agenda Item No. 9A September 25, 2007 Page 19 of 20 ~ 3. Parking of any vehicle or vehicle with boat trailer shall be limited to: 1) the paved parking lot; and, 2) the one "boat trailer parking/storage area and vehicle/vehicle with boat trailer parking area"- which is located north of the boat ramp and canal both as depicted on the attached aerial/site plan. 4. Sib'11age to be posted on the subject property by the Association: I) to indicate the two locations where empty boat trailer parking/storage is allowed; 2) to indicate the one location west of the tennis courts where vehicle/vehicle with boat trailer parking is allowed; and, 3) along the southerly property line but north of buffer required in #1 above to indicate no parking/storage of empty boat trailers and no parking of vehicles or vehicles with boat trailer. 5. The following existing structures and uses on the subject property will be deemed to be legal, based upon building pennits and Certificates of Occupancy previously issued and based upon the provisional use approved in 1977, will be allowed to remain in use by the Association and members: two tennis courts, swimming pool, pavilion, shuffleboard court, storage building, playground, and paved parking lot and drive - all as depicted on the attached aerial/site plan. The boat ramp on the subject property, and its use, will be deemed to be legal subject to the Association providing to the Building Official proof that the ramp/seawall met the requirements of the building code in effect at the time of construction. 6. Any expansion or alteration of the existing uses, structures, or facilities on the property will be subject to all requirements of the Collier County Land Development Code (LDC) in effect at time of such expansion or alteration. Such LDC requirements may include, but are not limited to, conditional use, site development plan, site improvement plan, building pennit, vegetation rcmoval pelwit. 7. Parking/storage of empty boat trailers shall only be allowed after installation of both the entire buffer with irrigation, as stated in #1 above, and signage, as stated in #4 above. Acknowledgment T, , on behalf of the Coconut River Estates Civic Association, agree to the terms and conditions set forth in paragraphs I through 5 above. Date: Signature Print Title: '-~ \1\ ~ 8 'i!! it.. '",:;h.. .~'~~ ,""" \~ " 1< ~ 0:: w 0.. 0.. :;; '" ~.. t. " , ~ . ' 1 '.~ .1 " ~'\\ .. .....- 'ir,~"". ::.,'~ Legend D Park Buildings [S] Boat T '1 ral er Parking St _ Roads orage Area D Parcels 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8. Ebat Rmp Pavilion Shuff) e Ebard ..... Pool ....urt Sl or age ai) d' Tenni 5 Colrt I ng PI aygr ound Paved Parki ng Lot & Dri ve ~ o 25 50 I I I I I Feet 100 1 I c~, ~ ,...~--~~;:="~:~:._..~..... r Agenda Item No. 96 September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 21 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE EAST OF 951 INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES HORIZON STUDY PUBLIC PARTICIPATION MASTER PLAN COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: To appoint 2 members to fulfill the remainder of vacant terms, expiring on September 12, 2008, to the East of95] Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study Public Participation master Plan Committee. <,- CONSIDERATIONS: The EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 951 INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES HORIZON STUDY PUBLIC PARTICIPATION MASTER PLAN COMMITTEE is a 15 member ad hoc committee created by Resolution No. 2006-181 to represent a broad base of citizens and business and property owners within the study area. The purpose of the committee shall be to aid and assist in the public participation phase of the study and may include assisting a consultant in the following: composing the polling questions; determining the most effective venues and dates to hold the public presentations; and promoting public interest in the polling process. The Study area is approximately 1,210,618 acres, with six distinct districts comprising that total. These districts are the Golden Gate Estates north of 1-75, the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, the Rural Lands Stewardship Area, the Immokalee Urbanized Area, the South Golden Gate Estates Natural Resources Protection Area (NRP A), and Federal and State Lands. Terms are two years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Mr. Michael Dedio resigned on September 5, 2007 and Ms. G. Jeanne Alleman resigned on July 16,2007, A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 5 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY D1ST ELECTOR AnV. COMM. Andrew Scott McElwaine Environmental 5 Yes None David H. Fanner Citizen 5 Yes None Michael R. Ramsey Environmental 5 Yes None Peggy E. Whitbeck Citizen/Civic Organization 5 Yes None Patricia Humphries Citizen/Civic Organization 5 Yes None ATTENDANCE: N/A COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The committee endorsed the applicants as follows: David H. Farmer - 8 endorsements Michael R. Ramsey - 5 endorsements Patricia Humphries - 4 endorsements Andrew Scott McElwaine - 3 endorsements Peggy E. Whitbeck - 0 endorsements .,.- FISCAL IMPACT: NONE Agenda Item No. 9B September 25, 2007 Page 2 of 21 GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 2 members, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointments. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: SEPTEMBER 25, 2007 Page 1 ofl Agenda lIem No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 3 of 21 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 98 Appointment of members to the East of 951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study Public Participation Master Plan Committee Meeting Date: 9/25/20079.0000AM Prepared By Sue Fil~on Board Of County Commissioners Executive Manager to th~ BCC Date BCCOffice Approved By Jllmes V. Mudd BOllrdofCounty Commissioners County Manager Date County Manager's OffIce 9/13120071:32 PM file://C:\Al!endaTest\Exnort\89-Sentemher%2025_ %202007\09. %20ROA RD%200F%20C . 9/19/2007 Agenda Item No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 4 of 21 Co~-y County - Memorandum To: Board of County Commissioners (BCC) From: Mike Bosi, Horizon Study Staff Liaison Date: September 11, 2007 Subject: Horizon Study Master Committee Nominations on 2 Replacement Members Dear Commissioner's At the conclusion of the September 10th, 2007, Horizon Study public meeting, ten of the Master Committee members submitted their nominations from the list of candidates to fill the two vacancies created by the resignation of Jeanne Alleman and Michael Dedio. The Master Committee nominations were as follows: David Farmer - 8 endorsements Michael Ramsey - 5 endorsements Patricia Humphries - 4 endorsements Andrew McElwaine - 3 endorsements Peggy Whitbeck - 0 endorsements T CDr--~ 0QN '0 '" >=N Q) Q3.....rn _Q)Ol -..00.. 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Date Term ( n Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term -I'V Mr. Michael Dedio (V'<l1" 12/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 2917 Lone Pine lane &0'1 254-9101 Naples, FL 34119 '\' E-Mail: mdedi02000@yahoo.com District: 3 Category: Outside of Study Area Mr. Mark Teaters 304-1817 12/12106 09/12/08 2 Years ] 40 Wilson Boulevard South 304-1361 Naples, FL 34117 E-Mail: mteaters@aol.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner - ecl~ Ms. G. Jeanne Allem"fe5lt1 IV 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 3572 Periwinkle Way 1/llP 774-1622 Naples, FL 34114 E-Mail: gjallenman@yahoo.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner Ms. Linda Hartman 354-2800 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 794 17th Street, N.W. 455-1739 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: lindamikeh@aol.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner Mr. Thomas R. Jones 262-2600 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 3290 7th Avenue, N.W. 353-1089 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: tiones@barroncollier.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner & Representative \- Thursd~, Decemb;;'-;4, 2006 Page 10/4 Agenda Item No. 9B September 25, 2007 Page 7 of 21 East of 951 Horizon Master Plan Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2mlExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Kris Van Lengen 390-1154 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 8231 Parkstone Place, #107 354-2599 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: krisv@bonitabaygroup.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner & Representative Mr. Kenneth J. Lynch 354-3347 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 764 Grand Rapids Blvd. 354-3347 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: kenjan1ynch@earthlink.net District: 5 Category: Property Owner Mr. William L. McDaniel, Jr. 455-1218 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 7000 Big Island Ranch Road 253-1617 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: BigIslandBill@aol.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner & Representative Mr. Timothy L. Nance 641-5414 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years P.O. Box 990129 455-2283 Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: nanceg@earthlink.net District: 5 Category: Property Owner & Represen1ative Mr, Stephen L. Price 657-3171 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 6061 SR 298 657-1014 Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: sprice@floridacommunitybank.net District: 5 Category: Property Owner Thursd~;. D~~;;;'ber 14, 2'006 '[', 'ie. "..'"'~_,. ':':~:';~.' -',' Page 2 of. Agenda Item No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 8 of 21 East of 951 Horizon Master Plan Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Russell A. Priddy 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years P.O. Box 930 657-4380 Immokalee, FL 34143 E-Mail: District: 5 Category: Property Owner Mr. Douglas L. Rankin 262-0061 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 761 17th Street, S.W. 455-1682 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: drankin@sprintmai1.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner Mr. Richard Rice 657-3237 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 1167 Serenity Way 657-6626 Immoka1ee, FL 34142 E-Mail: icoc@earthlink.net District: 5 Category: Property Owner Mr. Christian Spilker 261-4455 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 2260 16th Street, N.E. 304-5266 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: cspilker@collierenterprises.com District: 5 Category: Property Owner & Representative Mr. Clarence S. Tears 597-1505 09/12/06 09/12/08 2 Years 320 Lambton Lane 348-1356 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: ctearsjr@sfwmd.gov District: 3 Category: Property Owner & Representative Thursday, December 14, 2006 Page 3 of4 T Agenda Item No. 9B September 25, 2007 Page 9 of 21 East of 951 Horizon Master Plan Committee Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term The EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 951 INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES HORIZON STUDY PUBLIC PARTICIPATION MASTER PLAN COMMITTEE is a 15 member ad hoc committee and will represent a broad base of citizens and business and property owners within the study area. The purpose of the committee shall be to aid and assist in the public participation phase of the study and may include assisting a consultant in the following: composing the polling questions; determining the most effective venues and dates to hold the public presentations; and promoting public interest in the polling process. Terms are two years. Resolution 2006-181. FLSTAT Staff: Mike Bosi, Comprehensive Planning: 530-6819 . . ~-,' Pij';.. . ','_,.",:,. ',' ';- '!'rc"",', . Thursday~ December 14, 2006 Page 4 of4 Agenda Item No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 10 of 21 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Elections Office .J FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manage\ Board of County Commissione RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. EAST OF 951 INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE COMMISSION DISTRICT Andrew Scott McElwaine 1690 Birdie Drive Naples, FL 34120 5 David H. Farmer 240 17th Street, S.W. Naples, FL 34117 5 Michael R. R.8JIsey 2631 4th Street, N.W. Naples, FL 34120 t) -~ Peggy E. Whitbeck 1450 Kapok Street Naples, FL 34117 5 5 Patrieia Humphries 441 20th Avenue, N.W, Naples, FL 34120 Thank you for your help. . MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 96 September 25, 2007 Page 11 of 21 DATE: August 20, 2007 FROM: Michael Bosi, Comprehensive p~. Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione , · TO: RE: East of 951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study Public Participation Master Plan Committee As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration, I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Andrew Scott McElwaine 1690 Birdie Drive Naples, FL 34120 David H. Farmer 240 17th Street, S.W. Naples, FL 34117 Michael R. Ransey 2631 4th Street, N. W. Naples, FL 34120 Peggy E. Whitbeck 1450 Kapok Street Naples, FL 34117 Patricia Humphries 441 20th Avenue, N.W. Naples, FL 34120 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration, Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment, Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments Advisory Board Application Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 12 of 21 filson_s From: andrewm@Conservancy.org Ant: Wednesday. August 08, 2007 11 :53 AM ~: 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: 81812007 11:53:28 AM. Name: !Andrew Scott McElwain~ Home Phone: 1239-455-16751 Home Address: 11690 Birdie Drivel City: /Naple~ Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: 1239-403-42101 . e-Mail Address: Iandrewm(ii)Conservancy.orgj Work Place: Iconservancy of Southwest Florida! How long have you lived in Collier County: II] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ffi Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Iy e~ Board / Committee Applied for: /East of 951 Horizon Study Master Plan Committe~ Category: IEnvironmentalis~ Do you currently hold public offfice? ffi Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ffi . our communi activities: Committee, Alii ator District, Bo Scouts of America Chairman, Environmental Education: IM.S.. Carnegie Mellon University M.A.. George Mason University B.A.. Duke Universitvl 8/2012007 , Advisory Board Application Page 2 of 2 Aoenda Item No. fJB IM.S., Carnegie Mellon University M.A., George Mason University B.A., Duke Univers~etTIber 25, 2007 Page 13 of 21 "" Ex erience: resident, Conservancy of Southwest Florida former President, Pennsylvania Environmental Counci ormer Director of Environmental Programs, The Heinz Endowments former Consultant, The onservation Fund former Subcommittee Staff Director and Legislative Assistant, Office of US enator John Heinz R-PA J .... ~120/2007 Advisory Board Application ----_.-._--- . ~-_._----~----~~~- Page I of2 Agenda Item No. 9B September 25, 2007 Page 14 of 21 filson_s From: dave@keystonellc.net et: Tuesday, August 14, 200711:13 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier Connty Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 8/14/200711:13:19 AM. Name: /David H. Farmeq Home Phone: 1239-348-069~ Home Address: /240 17th St sWI City: lNaple~ Zip Code: IEill Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-353-517~ Business: /239-292-60811 . e-Mail Address:ldave(a}keystonellc.ne~ Work Place: !Keystone Companies. LLcj How lonl: have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense al:ainst the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in CoUier County? ~ Board / Committee A lied for: AST OF COUNTY ROAD 951 INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES HORlZO Category: /Not indicated! Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ . Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: have served on the DSAC Utility Sub-committee for 5 years '98-'03. I have served as a Junior chivement instructor at a Collier Elemen School. 8/20/2007 . Advisory Board Application Page 2 of 2 Agenda Item No, 9B Education: September 25, 2007 IBs Civil Engineering UF 1996 Numerous continuing education classes and certification~ Page 15 of 21 Ex erience: have made my living in the engineering, land planning and land development industry since 1989 .th all but 3 years of that here in Collier County (the other 3 years I was attending UF). I am a gistered professional engineer, a the planning designation AICP and 1 hold a contractors license, ith that said, I am not full of myself and I would very much like to serve on this committee until it' onclusion. I have attended all but two meetings open to the public (I missed one because my house as hit by lightning and one due to a summer vacation). I will serve the public's interest and work iligently to complete every task that is asked of me. I am also available durring the workday if ecess .." ) ~ 8120f2007 . . . Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, fL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3(,02 Agenda Item No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 16 of 21 t" ~. l.._,~,J /",. . 'J ", - _ t/ -. ~.- --~ ~ ,-..-- Ii', . .I " " I . i"f<::. :ir"\" ~ C; H;' Name: Mr, Michael R. Ramsev Home Pbone: 239.564.1660 Home Address: 2631 4'" St NW (Golden Gate Estates: Wilson itil cn 846l Zip Code: 34120 FBI No. 866.334.14% Bnsiness Phone: 239.564.1660 e-mail address: MichaeLR.Ramsevitileartblink.net Place of Employment: Ramsev lne. (Environmental Eeolotrical ConsuItin.. Board or Committee Applied lOr: EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 951 INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES HORIZON STUDY PUBLIC PARTICIPATION MASTER PLAN COMMIlTEE Category (if applicable): Environmental Ecolotrical COIIBultant Example: CommilsiOD District" Developer, ellViroDmeatatill, lay perIOD, rtc. How long bave you lived in Collier County: Years 15 Montbs Are you a registered voter in Collier Connty: Yes XX No Do you currently bold public office? Yes If so, what is tbat offICe! No XX Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Ves No xx Do you now serve, or have you ever seoed, on a Collier County board or committee! Yes If yes, please list the committeeslboards: No xx Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborbood associations, ete. and positions beld: . lmmokalee Pop Warner - Atbletic Director (90-92); . Immokalee Foundation, Ine. Horse Trials BuilderlConrse Manager (91-%); . Immokalee Non-Profit Housing, Ine. / Sanders Pines Apartmenl5/ Timber Ridge Subdivision _ Executive Director (99-05); . CoIlier Soil and Water Conservation District - Supervisor (99-06); . Water Symposinm of Florida, Inc. - Treasnrer (02 - present); . Golden Gate Estates Civic Association - Member (current) Education: See Attached Resnme Experience: See Attached Resume Please attach any addlJiolUll hr/ormation .YtHlful perti1lefll. TIUs Dpplicatimr shDllld ~forwarded to SIte Filson, E.ucuthe MIUUlgf!T to the Board ofCotlnty Colfl1lliss/oners, 3301 EQSt TllmJami TraJI, Naples, FL 34112. lfyOll wah, pleau jrlxYOIIr appliCatWlf to (239)714~3602 or e-lfttIilto ____. __ _..______:~~. Tlumkyoufor voblllturlng to serw tlrecJtiuIlS ofCo/lkrCOIlnty. r T Agenda Item No. 98 September 25, 2007 Page 17 of 21 ." MICHAEL R. RAMSEY 26314'" St. NW Naples, FL 34120 239.564.1660 email: Michae1.R.Rarnsey@earthlink.net www.ramseyinc.net WORK EXPERIENCE Ramsey Ine., Environmental Consulting Naples, Florida 1997 to Present President Provide ecological, environmental, permitting and land management consulting services for single family home owners, real estate, investors, agricultural, commercial, industrial, engineering finns and financial institutions. Landowner consulting for land feasibility evaluations, protected species, state and federal jurisdictional wetlands, wetland mitigation specialist, wetland restoration, permitting, phase I audits, timber/wildlife land management, statewide alligator programs, single family home permitting, lot splits, site plan development, agricultural property tax management, hazardous materials management. Collier Enterprises Immokalee, Florida 1987 to 1997 Environmental Mgr/Natural Resources MgrlLand leasing/Property Taxes Responsibilities include: environmentallsafety policy development and implementatiou; environmental audits; citrus, farming, cattle grazing and recreation leasing; land use planning for agricultural operations; permitting of projects; habitat and wildlife monitoring; wetland delineation; natural resources management; and agricultural property tax management. J Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Naples, Florida 1984-1987 Biologist Responsibilities included: game, non-game and endangered species population assessments; habitat monitoring/GIS mapping; reviewed proposed development plans for environmental impact assessments; prescribed burning; endangered species research, joint management projects with the National Park Service, exotic plant control, campground development and reforestation. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Game and Fish Division, Fisheries Section Social Circle, Georgia 1983-1984 Wildlife Technician Assisted with research of heavy metal contamination of trout in the trout-stocking program. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Game and Fish Division, Fisheries Section Social Circle, Georgia 1982 Wildlife Technician Bald eagle and Red-Cockade<! Woodpecker restoration projects on Sapelo and SI. Catherine's Islands PUBLIC OFFICE Supervisor: Collier Soil and Water Conservation District 1999-2006 EDUCATION Bachelors of Science, Forestry and Wildlife Biology - 1982 University of Georgia, School of Forest Resources - Athens, Georgia ~ CERTIFICATIONS Certified Wildlife Biologist Registered Environmental Property Assessor #452 Certified Florida Environmental Assessor #237 OSHA Level 5 Incident Commander Certified Environmental Health Professional CEHP #06-1645 1'~ f ( (j1:n t (,;;:\rn n~;rs Agenda Item No, 9B September 25, 2007 Page 18 of 21 ,., '. ',.. :"';~pl'...\,; L ~-''''iU':' ! :;~'!'i "":'~.;'-;Hlr . ,'.~1;i ;~,,! ;.Llj~'d!; i;;di t. f:j'\; j2301 ii.i.-J(~q2 ;~.n ,;', :.. r \ {~. : ~, !nrn? Name: Pe22V E. Whitbeck Home Pbone: 239- 353-2367 Home Address: 1450 KaDok Street City: NaDles Zip Code: 34117 Fax No. 239-594-9566 Business Pbone: 239-594-9770 e-mail address: . or Place of Employment: IronStone Bank Board or Committee Applied for: East of County Road 951 Infrastructure aDd Services Horizon Study Public Participation Master Plan Committee. Category (if applicable): Example: Commissioa District, Developer, ~DvironmeDtllist, lIy penon, de. How long bave you lived in Collier County: Years: 21 Months . Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes _X_ No Do you cnrrently bold public office? Yes_ No _X_ Ir,o, what is tot office? Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No_X Do you now !Ierve., or bave you ever served, OD . Collier County board or committee? Yes If yes, please list the committees/boards: .Jim Coletta's Civic Advisory Committee No Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neigbborbood associations, etc. and positions beld: President, Secretary, and Treasurer of Frangipani Ag Commnnity Civic Association, currently serving as Treasurer; Past Treasurer and current Secretary of Golden Gate Area Estates Civic Association; Past Treasurer of the Golden Gate Cbamber; Past Board Member of the Naples Kiwanis Clnb; Member of Jim Coletta's Civic Advisory Committee; Cleveland Tecbnical Society. Many otber volunteer activities tbat are too numerous to mention. i.e. Adopt a Precinct Clerk for 2006 election and again Clerk for tbe 2008 Election. Education: Many years of education in Cbemical Industry, Computer Industry, and Financial Industry. . Experience: 15 years of Researcb and Development for Sberwin William, 6 years of Computer development, 19 years of Banking and Fmancial Plannin2 r- . wi Agenda Item No. 96 September 25, 2007 Paoe 19 of 21 I have attend and participated in every meeting of the East of 951 Horizon Study Master Plan Committee. I would be an asset to this committee. PIBJse IIIIlJCh "'IV oddIIiDllIIll",otm<<iDlfyoJlf<<lpmbtmt. TIlls "l'P'lrnIin. _befD1WtUtldUJ Su. FI/!uIIf, EurIdiV. M_ to 1hdJ"otdofCmln!Y ~1fD<, 3301 EDst T_ TroJI, Napks, FL34112. JlyoJIwI1Ih,~f""JlflfUt1ppIIa1IiIJIfUJ (239) 774.3602 or e..mail to ", . Thank you for l'o/llmurlng to serve lhe dth.l!IfS ofCoUier Coun')'. ) At Advisory Board Application .. --,.-.---_..._---~--_._-----'----_.~-_._._---------~_. Page I of2 Aqenda Item No, 98 September 25, 2007 Page 20 of 21 filson_s -------------------------- From: pathum13@aol.com .t: Friday, July 20, 20075:04 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: 7120120075:03:56 PM. Name: !patricia Humphrie~ Home Phone: ~39 45537611 Home Address: 1M I 20th Avenue Nwj City: !Naple~ Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: I . e-Mail Address:~athum13(il)aol.com/ Work Place: !Retiredj How lon2 have you lived in Collier County: Pnore than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense a2ainst the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board I Committee Applied for: /Horizon Study Master Committee! Cate20ry: !Not indicatedj Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ lBig Cypress Basin Audit Committee 2006 Formed at the request of the Collier County Commissioners o audit and review the pulic records obtained from Big Cypress Basin regarding the excessive flooding !hat occurred in Golden Gates Estates in September 2006. . Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ - Please list our communi activities: irector on the Board for the Golden Gate Estates Area Civic Association 1997-2006 including Chair r Member for on the following Committees: Growth Management Shopping Center Southern Golden 7/23/2007 T Advisory Board Application Page 2 of 2 . - - - - !\(Wn\Jil Itel)l. No B ate Estates RestorationlEminent Domain Beautification Membership Newsletter F~ {YlQ _. 7 elle Meade Overlay Rock Mining/Dump Truck Traffic Code Enforcement School Naming~i1eWe>>f 1 oad School Traffic Safety In my capacity as a Director I spoke at Collier County Commissioners an lanning Commissioners meetings regarding the above issues as well as many others. Advisory ~ ommitteeIHomeowners Associaiton of Golden Gate Estates 2007 Volunteer Shy Wolf Sanctuary .., 006 -2007 District 5 Civic Advisory Group 2004-2007 - Task force of community leaders from istrict 5. Education: !High School Diplom~ Ex erience: Secretary for the Purchasing Director/Collier County Public Schools 1986-2006 Secretary fir Director fStaffDevelopment 1977-1986 Secretary for Director ofSa!es Dora! Beach Hotel 1972-73 Secre or Director of Sales Doral County Club 1975-1977 Secretary for Research Director Oil of Olay 1971- 2 Secretary Director of Sales Virgin Isle Hilto Hotel 1962-64 Secretary Asst. Director of Public elations Pan Amerian World Airways 1956-1962 lbree children, Michael - Language Arts and eOOing Teacher, Long Beach School System, Long Beach, Ca William - Demoliton Contractor, eim, Ca Susan - Facilitator, Son-Rise Academy for Autistic Children at the Options Institute, Sheffield, Ma Member of St. Elizabeth Catholic Church ) .. 7/23/2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 16 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OBJECTIVE: To appoint 3 members to serve 4 year terms, expiring on October 1,2011, to the Collier County Planning Commission. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier Connty Planning Commission has 3 terms expiring on October I, 2007 representing Commission Districts I, 3, and 4. This 9 member committee assists in the formulation and review of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Land Development Code, and amendments to both, and then submits their recommendations to the Board for final decision. Members are required to file a Form I, Statement of Financial Interest each year with the Supervisor of Elections. Terms are 4 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. The terms for Robert P. Murray (District I), Robert Vigliotti (District 3), and Tor Kolflat (District 4) will expire on October I, 2007. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the fo llowing 4 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR AnV. COMM, Robert P. Murray-reappt Commission District 1 Yes eepe Tor Kolflat-reappt Commission District 4 Yes eepe Robert Vigliotti-reappt Commission District 3 Yes eepc Bd of Adj & Appeals Bruce S. Preble Commission District 4 Yes None ATTENDANCE: Robert P. Murray - 8 absences in 5 years Tor Kolflat - no absences in 2 years Robert Vigliotti - 18 absences in 4 years COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Quasi-.ludicial- no recommendation FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 3 members, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointmcnts. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: SEPTEMBER 25, 2007 Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 PAge 2 of 16 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: MeetIng Date: 9C Appointmen\ 01 members to the Collier County Planning Commission 9125/20079.0000AM Prepared By Sue Filson BMrdolCounty Commissioners E~ecutive Manager 10 the BCC Date BCCOffice Approved By JamesV. Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager D'~ County Mllnager'sOffice 911120075:44PM filt>"!!("\A upon:'! 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E " t:: "' '" c B " rn ~ .'3 ~I o !!2 5 "' '" c B Q) '" '0 c:: '" J!l c:: Q) E ::> " o 9 (j '" '" '" N W .Q o 13 o "' " " c Q) "' .Q <( c:: o '" "' " if) rn :; '" " n: o Q. o o c. "' r:: '" '" '" t:: Ol "' X C o !!2 u:: Q) ::> '" ,g ;; Q) .c "' u '" '" a. '" "' Q) " c Q) "' .Q <( W .Q E Q) ::;; o Q. o o '" ;;: ...J 9 "' ~ u:: ;; c:: w E ~ '" :; '" " n: o "- o o Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 5 of 16 Collier County Planning Commission Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term / Mr. Robert P. Murray 09/10/03 10/0 1/07 4 Years 9087 Michael Circle, # 1 417-9915 Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: bobsails@msn.com District: 1 Category: Commission District Mr. Russell Tuff 213-6077 09/27/05 10/0 1/09 4 Years 5101 31st Avenue, S.W. 353-1687 Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: russell@tuffuews.com District: 3 Category: Commission District Mr. Robert Vigliotti 293-1040 04/13/04 10/0 1/07 3+ Years / 5782 Hammock Isles Drive 593-6604 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: robertvig1iotti@msn.com District: 3 Category: Commission District Mr. Tor Kolflat 272-9537 01/10/06 10/01/07 2 Years ~ 2713 Buckthorn Way 435-0371 Naples, FL 34105 E-Mail: norskitor@aol District: 4 Category: Commission District Mr. Paul Midney 658-3000 09/25/0 I 10/0 1/05 4 Years 1807 Roberts A venue 657-6815 09/27/05 10/01/09 4 Years Immokalee, FL 34142 E-Mail: miclney@aol.com District: 5 Category: Commission District 'Th~~d~;~M;;;']O.2007~-' .'c,,;c ~~'T~WC"'" .. 'd, c..-...,.',';:.::..c....,...."-:.,. :;.'J; ,.__.;:._.'.f'..''-~.C._:Zi,.;t, ",,_ :,.",--:C:;:,' Page 1 of3 . Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 6 of 16 Collier County Planning Commission Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Mark P. Strain 398-2102 09/lJIO I 1 % 1/04 3 Years 3675 Third Avenue, N.W. 455-7858 09/28/04 1 % 1/08 4 Years Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: mpstrain@aol.com District: 5 Category: Commission District Ms. Donna J. Reed 09/28/04 10/01/08 4 Years 790 Wiggins Bay Drive 514-2780 Naples, FL 34110 E-Mail: djreed1@comcast.net District: 2 Category: Commission District Mr. Bradley William Schiffer 254-0285 02/11103 10/01/04 1.5 Years 520 Sugar Pine Lane 254-0285 09/28/04 10/01/08 4 Years Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: brad@taxis-usa.com District: 2 Category: Commission District Mr. Lindy Adelstein 09/25/01 10/01105 4 Years 239-1 Palm Drive 732-0966 09/27/05 1 % 1/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: lindyadel@cs.com District: 1 Category: Commission District Ms. Amy Taylor 337-0254 10/14/03 10/01/07 ~ 5775 Osceola Trail Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: District: Category: School Board Representative/Non- Voting Member ('- .1':L.\C" .:.",.,;.-,:,,-C;;'.',y;;,.-=-=::;C:'.:'~ _.-'r.~l'\~.{:..., '_' Thursday, May 10, 2007 , ";;"':-:,c.:;1)_..;:."":~")F- Page 2 of3 i:,,'"-,::'"''-''\''''-''' Agenda Item No, 9C September 25,2007 Page 7 of 16 Collier County Planning Commission Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 9 member committee was created by authority of Chapter 67-1246, Laws of FL. On 09/03/85 the BCC adopted Res. No. 85-190, expressing intent to consider an ordinance consolidating functions of Coastal Area Planning Commission and Immokalee Area Planning Commission into CCPC. On 09/24/85, Ord. ND. 85-51 created the CCPC, which was repealed by LDC Ord. 91-102. This committee assists in the fDrmulation and review of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Land Development Code, and amendments to bDth, and then submits their recDmmendations tD the BDard fDr final decisiDn. Members are required tD file a FDrm 1 Statement of Financial Interest each year with tl1e SupervisDr of ElectiDns. Terms are 4 years. On 1-8-03 at an LDC Mtg the BCC amended the LOC (sec. 5.2.3.2) tD include a member of the SchDol Board. The BCC detennined on 10/14/03 that they will be a nDn-voting member. ( FLSTAT: Staff: Susan Murray, ZDning and Land Development Review DirectDr: 403-2300 -..".'''"-'--:-;-- ,,,. Thursday, May 10, 2007 -;;f!Ii~~' '> ;,!C-- .-;'..7;;0.,,' Page 3 0/3 T Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 8 of 16 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 20, 2007 FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione TO: Elections Office 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. COLLIER COUNTY PLANNlNG COMMISSION COMMISSION DISTRICT Bruce S, Preble 4703 Lighthouse Lane Naples, FL 34112 J 1 3 ~ Robert P. Murray 9087 Michael Circle, #1 Naples, FL 34113 Tor Kolflat 2713 Buckthorn Naples, FL 34105 Robert Vigliotti 5782 Hammock Isles Drive Naples, FL 34119 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 9 of 16 DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Susan Istenes, Zoning and Lan~: opment Review Director Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Commission FROM: RE: Collier County Planning Commission As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Robert P. Murray 9087 Michael Circle, #1 Naples, FL 34113 Tor Kolflat 2713 Buckthorn Naples, FL 34105 Robert Vigliotti 5782 Hammock Isles Drive Naples, FL 34119 Bruce S. Preble 4703 Lighthouse Lane Naples, FL 34112 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments . w Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No. ge September 25, 2007 R 10 of 16 '.';./ ',<r;.,,;;c,\ :.,';" Applicati n for Advisory CommitteeslBoards Name: ,. /1.'" I.Ifl'~1 Home Phone: /;,~ '1'116'" , Home Ad~7"S: ~ j', I At' fJ (., . ~ / Zip Code: .J {l'113 Fax No. fit, 1,'f/. Business Phone: /' e-mail address: /;,ts 4' Is ~ ~"'M~"'c!' t. "",. ~ "-,..",, k.h -,I'!z,iJ ,. '" Board or Committee Applied for: ,% ~;V / AJi ~ 1111111-':> ti"li:V Category (if applicable): rJ;I/ E " t./tlfC- 1r--+;.IiL Example: Commission District, Developer, envir6nmentalist, lay pcr~n. etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years----L- Months 10 Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes /' No / No I ) Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? ;/ Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: No Yes Do you now serve, or have you ever served, 0 a Collier County board or committee? Yes If yes, please list the committees/boards: No s: 'J :l::" Education: tJl hie 11,(11 C4WN'r 7i;.;l/1le I14%CIli7~;J " Experience: dJ hkA/fTlf c",e~, ~,#J/.u rflIfC/l-Tk"J At Please attach any adduronal information you feel pertinent. This application should be forwarded t Ut Filson, Ex utive M the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112. If you wish, please fax your applit:.ation to (239)774.3602 or e-mail to.~uefilson@eollien!ol..net. Thank you/or volunteering to serve the citizens of Collier County. . . 4. . Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 11 of 16 Application for Advisory CommitteesIBoards Name: TtJ,;a k t7 L ~~ /:J ;r. Home Phone: .4 3 S- - C? :T 71 Home Address: 2713 47C/~r-<T.4IeJ;QIC' NA P''-r.'JLipCode: ./1'- /19r Fax No. 1'J..1'"- t> 77 :J Business Phone: .rAM" e-mail address: A/tp/t ,1<1 /PA' @ ,q t!J.t.. .( t Place of Employ!"eIlt: ./-""&~"'- >' ,;e,./$ r /A!.R h Board or Committee Applied for: r='< ~ A.J ..v ./ N' 6 ~ '" M-"? / .r f./ tp-<.J Category (if applicable): Example: Commission Distrtct. Developer, environmentalist, lay person,. etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years .2 .s- Months Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes V No Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? v No Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No V Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes V No H yes, please list the committeeslboards: L"".<!~//.?/f C',:?v,..ry /:/7'/..".;>-,;/ /CA.7':"!' .;rf~/'5.'t$'v 1.4TOAV 8/,,,,,, If' 0 /1 /.' :' .~~...-S)A.-.v~.A/ 6.=- ~t:7~~,J rJ/tbA.J ' Please list your community activitles (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, ete. and positions held: ,5"/5 r-' /.T ;r r,,1'.e 1-1 r,; /.) /? b/J /S A "0"",,,.., Education: .)/!' pAr r /-} C r-f r.! hi A 'c)L> ~,., ~ v""" S "'/~" r~,,4( y~ .rff~ ;"'i rr,q.:'/i /:!'/.) AI o/.)~/V,/) L/t<-? C Experience: /-'An P/3 .r,r/ t7"-'''''' d. &i:1t//:/f''''''/I/)~"f/ T"rU. 4'"XP~fi //::..</f-E . ..//::/3 4,O/.> ~.v./.> ?-t<4 J /i? /!" .,: 6/ L A T t'J,IP y /:A.x /" A" A / r.:,;v C'-'S:" . 2) J/f/!!" A /.J Q /.!' AY /.) C/ M $ flease aJtach any ad4itional information YOIl feel ptrtinenL This applicuJion should be fOTWOnhd to Sue Filson, ExccutiYe MtuUlgt!T to the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112. 1/ you wish. please fax your application to (239)774.3602 or e.mail to suefllwn@coUiervov.net. Thank YOIl for volunteering to senoe the citizens of Collilr Cou.nty. . - Agenda Item No, 9C September 25, 2007 Page 12 of 16 . Aoolication Addendum for Tor Kolflat Reaooointmrnt to Plannina Commission Auaust 10, 2007 A. Community activities (clubs, neighborhood associations, etc and positions held) 1. Director & Past President of Grey Oaks Estates Homeowner Association 2. Member of Grey Oaks Country Club 3. Director of Power Boat Marina Condominium Association Board 4. Founding Director of Forum Club of Collier County 5. Past President of Naples Civic Association Waterway Council 6, Founding Member of Collier Athletic Club 7. Past Commander of Naples Sailing and Power Squadron 8. Past Commodore of Naples Sailing & Yacht Club 9. Past Commodore of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs 10, Member of Rotary Club of Naples North 11, Member of Naples Elk Lodge B. Education ~ 1, Purdue University Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 2. Purdue University Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering 3. Illinois Institute of Technology Post Graduate Engineering 4. Northwestern University Post Graduate Business Administratuon C, Military 1. United States Army Air Corps D. Professional Experience 1. Efficiency Engineer with Commonwealth Edison Electric Utility 2. Partner and Manager in Sargent & Lundy, oldest (founded 1892) and largest (5000 personnel) Consulting Engineering firm specializing in the design and construction of gas, oil, coal, and nuclear power plants and transmission lines. 3. Appointed Fellow in American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4. Past Chairman of American Power Conference 5. Member of Western Society of Engineers 6. Member of American Nuclear Society 7. Professional Engineer 8. Thirty published technical articles 9. Florida licensed Real Estate Broker --l Page One Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 13 of 16 . Application Addendum for Tor Kolflat Reappointmmt to Plannina Commission Auaust 10. 2007 Continued E. Experience with Governmental and Regulatory Organizations 1. Member of Current Collier County Planning Commission 2. Past Member and Chairman of the Naples Planning Advisory Board 3. Past Member of the Collier County Utility Rate and Regulatory Board 4, Member of the Illinois Energy Resources Commission 5. Submitted environmental impact testimony to the United States Supreme Court. 6, Testified before the United States Senate Public Works Committee regarding environmental impacts . . Page Two T Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 14 of 16 .. Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 . (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 'f-":"" Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: I?IJJ,pklr i//Cf./~r"T'J' Home Phone: 3.s~-/& y? HomeAddress:...?'7tr;t.ft...?,lA'liC,k Y:St:..~ J ~code: 37// 7' Fax No.3 .571.-/" '3 7 Business Phone: ,;2 f.3 - /t/ 0/ CJ e-mail address: &8.. t/ / C~ /<:1 rr I ' _l'laceofEmPlol""ent:__C;(J ;fjc. /..//7A?o ECc'/.5 G cLl,(?c-. Co"""" Boord or Committee Applied for: f/L ~,/l/ ~ /';?-- C 0 /?7/fl/..fJ /c."(-'C~ Category (if applicable): Example: COOllUissiOll District, Developer, enviro-n~t.Hd, lay penJOD, de. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years J X No Months 7 Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes ~ Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? No x Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? H yes, explain: Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes X No If yes, please list the commilteeslboards: n . "fI AY,I/ / .;:t/" c: 0 /?J...m / s J /'" f'/ C~ LJoh'/7 6'u4,z.;4 ",,c.4 ./?7u~7"~a~;r ~A/,:Pc;/?-<.s. Yes No x Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborbood associations, etc. and positions held: P~;?/VA/I/V~ cC::>/7?/>'1/J"'/".-v~ KJ '41;::? ~ ~ a 77? tIS t /'C.. p:Port4~f.( C C u4 d"c A/4,PCtr.!>-. Education: /, ~ /Z- (' dt1~ d- C (1' . .,e:t S T ~ " CJ ~ c.. ~.41,8 /- tR . L ,e. 6-.v..r cr . /- c /~ pi- IV'::r; Experience: N oS r /,J res- /&;J ",../ 6 /!.....- " r>7.al V 12 (.. / /~ (.., " t:Y7'c...04c; 0'- '~ Phase ~h any ad4itiDrud ilifomuItiorf JIO" feel pertinenL This tlPPlkatiD" should befor"NtD'tkd to SlI.fl Filson. EucuJive MtUUJPr to the Board ofc"uniy Commissionm, 3301 _. Tam....i T,..il, Nopks, FL 3,,1I2 If you wish, phasefox your IfPp/U:ation 10 (239)774-3602 or ~ to suefiIson@col&nlov.neL Thank YOIl/or l'OlJmteering to xrve the c:iti.r.eru of ColIiu Counq. Advisory Board Application filson_s Page I of2 Agenda Item No. 9C September 25, 2007 Page 15 of 16 From: brucep@welshfl.com ~t: Tuesday, July 31, 20079:28 AM ~: 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: 7/31/20079:28:12 AM. Name: /Bruce S Prebl~ Home Phone: /239-348-96781 Home Address: ~703 Lighthouse Lan~ City: /Naple~ Zip Code: 1341121 Phone Numbers Fax: /239-263-414~ Business: /239-261-474~ ~ e-Mail Address:lbrucep(i7)welshfl.coml Work Place: IWelsh Companies Florida Inc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: II:ill Have you ever been convicted of any offense agaiust the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: jcollier County Planning Commission! Category: /Not indicated! Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ /Bayshore Gateway Triangle CRA board memben Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ I Please list your community activities: I Education: iBs Engineering Phvsics (Univ. of Illinois) MS Nuclear Science & Engineering (Carnegie-Mellon 7/31/2007 p Ex erience: Bayshore Gateway Triangle eRA board member - Florida Licensed Commercial Real Estate Broke Certified Commercial Investment Member (CClM) of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) - anaging Partner ofTMA International (Bethesda, MD): 20 years private consulting experience in rivate and public development - President/owner of East West Fine Arts: 7 years experience eratin a business in Na les o 1 7/3 1/2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9D September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 45 THE ANNUAL PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL FOR THE EXECUTIVE MANAGER TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OBJECTIVE: To complete the annual performance appraisal for the Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, CONSIDERA nONS: The Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners reports directly to the Board of County Commissioners. 'l11e FY 2007 Action Plan was provided to each commissioner for completion. The evaluation completed by each commissioner is included in the backup. The Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners Employment Agreement provides that on the date that general wage adjustments (i.e., cost of living adjustments, special study pay adjustments, etc.) are granted generally to Collier County employees, EMPLOYEE's base salary shall be modified to reflect the general wage adjustment granted to other County employees. The annual performance-based merit adjustment shall not exceed a maximwn often percent (10%) of the EMPLOYEE's annual base salary. The minimwn increase for satisfactory performance under such performance based merit system will equal the average percentage salary adjustment provided to all County employees for the given fiscal year or three percent (3%) whichever is greater. All such merit adjustments shall be included in the EMPLOYEE's base salary or provided as a one-time lump sum bonus, as determined by the COUNTY. FISCAL IMPACT: Depending on the percent of merit pay awarded by the Board, the fiscal impact will range from $2,221.20 to $7,404.00 (see attached spreadsheet) as a one-time lump sum bonus. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners complete the annual performance appraisal process for the Executive Manager to the BCC and determine salary adjustment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: SEPTEMBER 25, 2007 Page I of 1 AgenrJa Itenl No. DO September 25, 2UU? PClge:2 oi 45 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Summary: Meeting Date: tlD The AOl1ual Performance Appraisal for the Executive Manager to the Bee 91251200790000AM Item Number: Prepared By Sue Fi\~on Executive Manager to the BCC Date Board of County Commissioners BCC Omce 9f19/2007B:5B:39AM Approved By Sue Fil50n Executive Manager to the BCe D," Board of County Commissioners BCCOffice 9119/20079:2JAM Approved By JamesV. Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager Date County Man..ger'sOffice 9119f20079:40AM file:/IC:\A QendaTest\Fxnort\RQ-Sentemher%?n?S %?n?Jl07\OQ o/-;,?OROA RO% ?OOF%?Or Q/lQ!?n07 0.....'" 0)0"" 0_ ciN 0 ZI..CiC0 ~N QJ C......Q:l .$Q}ct'I -..00.. "''' -0- ~QJ Wo.. OlQJ <(CiJ "' " a:; " 00 " '" " .,j .,j " .,j .,j .,j .,j '" E .. ~ 0 " " ~If) "' - '" 0 0 0 00 C;; " - N " oj .,j N oj (; N N N N N N N '0 " ... 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L()-.:;tC'?N 'C " ~ !.~ I~ - ~ ~ <(n:lo';G:I L1. c: :J _ E Cl ,g If) 1::1 ~ ze.:?oCl>,.2 i=~'E,~~ <C )( ._ :J Ql O::w:t: en 0 Agenda Item No, 90 September 25, 2007 Page 4 of 45 Projected Lump Sum Merit Payment Amounts FY2008 - Sue Filson Current Annual Salary $74,040.001 Lum Lum Lum Lum Lum Lum Lum Lum Projected Lump Sum Merit Pa ment $2,221.20 $2,961.60 $3,702.00 $4,442.40 $5,182.80 $5,923.20 $6,663.60 $7,404.00 FY 2007 Action Plan ! 'i !. Carolyn Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners The following Action Plan has been developed in an effort to provide clear expectations for the Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners for the period from September 23, 2006 through September 2007. The Action Plan is based on the broad areas generally expected to be performed by the Executive Manager. At the conclusion of the fiscal year, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to perform an annual evaluation of the Executive Manager's performance by rating each of the following performance objectives utilizing the following rating factors. Individual evaluations will be totaled and averaged to determine the Board's collective position. Type of Evaluation: X Annual _ Special Reason Time in Classification: 18 Years Review Dates: 9-23-06 to 9-23-07 **************************************************************************** RATING FACTORS: Exceptional = 5 Highly Successful = 4 Successful = 3 Development Required = 2 **************************************************************************** TOTAL RATING: ----3J comm~noner: d' ******;t.:~**~***************************~:*?~~*t:*************** Date Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No, 90 September 25, 2007 ~ . _r Key Results Area Measure Rating BUDGET AND OTHER FISCAL ISSUES Prepare and present the budget to the Board of County Commissioners during budget hearings; Timely and accurately administer and monitor the budget 4 throughout the fiscal year, including review of all Field Purchase Orders and Purchase Orders; approve all purchases for the Board of County Commissioners office; seeks the best solutions and business practices to ensure fiscally responsible, mutually beneficial decisions on behalf of the taxpayers and the County, Commissioner Comments regarding Budget and Other Fiscal Issues Evaluation Ratlno Document PERSONNEL RELATED ISSUES Agenda Item No, 90 September 25~ 2??Z Measure Rating Interview, hire, supervise, train, evaluate, discipline and coordinate activities of administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office and keep affected commissioners informed of decisions; foster a "team environment" and regularly demonstrate the ability to work in corporation with co-workers and others on the job; behavior towards co-workers demonstrates positive ~ support and respect; provide coaching, counseling, mentoring, encouragement, guidance and support of employees' own personal development and improvement efforts; conduct weekly staff meetings with the Administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office; inspire and motivate employees to embrace the vision and mission statement and to perform to the highest degree possible; sets aggressive goals and objectives for employees, holds employees accountable and evaluates performance Commissioner Comments regarding Personnel Related Issues ~ ;. <- :r' n ,;, ~ 1t: J iLL -t,;L-, Jfk ~ t bd~~ th-vl ~ d. , EvaluatIon RatIng Document Agenda Item No. 9D September 25, 2DD! Key Results Area Measure Rating ADVISORY BOARDS Coordinate advisory committees and/or task forces initiated by the Board of County Commissioners, including sending out letters of term expirations, press releases, coordinating with Elections to ensure they are electors, coordinating with staff for recommendations, preparing executive summaries and presenting to the S" Board of County Commissioners at meetings, notifying all applicants of appointments, maintain current membership lists, maintain up-to-date files on all advisory committees and schedule and prepare New Service A wards and Outstanding Member Programs; act as Liaison with the Division of Elections for reporting Minority and Physically Disabled Appointments Commissioners Comments regarding Advisory Boards A ~ .~.)#~ ~ :kr . ~/~~. EvaluatIon RatIng Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25. 2007 Key Results Area Measure Rating CUSTOMER SERVICE / COMM1JNICA nONS Exhibit helpful, courteous and appropriate conduct towards customers and others; act in a professional manner and promote the concept of professionalism with the public, BCC staff, constitutional officers and co-workers by portraying a positive demeanor and engaging in activities that instill confidence and respect ~ for the BCC and BCC office; acts as an ambassador of ' Collier County Government both inside and outside of the workplace; listens and responds to public requests while anticipating future needs; interpersonal interactions are positive and proactive with communication of information being the highest priority; Maintain frequent communication with all levels of County government, external agencies, local businesses, community groups, the media, constituents, and the general public; coordinate the collection and/or distribution of information pertaining to the Board of County Commissioners' activities. Commissioner Comments regarding Customer Sen'ice / Communications 4~-J-wt;~' r;l~~ ;tf~ ~. Ftk- J-y~ ~ ~~ . EvaluatIon RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25; 2?0! BOARD OF COUNTY Attend Board of County Commissioners' rneetings and COMMISSION MEETINGS workshops as needed; prepare items for the Board of County Commissioners' agenda; coordinate workshops, / evening public hearings; prepare original documents for // . signature and assist Chairman; coordinate and announce registered speakers; participate in emergency events and meetings, filling whatever role deemed necessary in an emergency situation; Attend Strategic Planning Sessions to coordinate commissioners' schedules and commitments Commissioner Comments regarding Board of County Commission Meetings JL ~ ()'y>. k h4 ~ ~ jR.:.t;.~ ~'. I Evaluation RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 Septer;.>ber 25, 2?0! Key Results Area Measure Rating GENERAL Act as coordinator between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission on Ethics, including, acting as Local Agency Coordinator for the financial disclosure notification system and working with advisory board members, elected official and county employees; Coordinate Value Adjustment Board events including, working with the clerk's office, county attorney and school board to set dates, prepare executive summary for Board of County 1 Commissioners approval, and coordinate with aides for commissioners' calendars; Accept advice and constructive feedback agreeably and modifies behavior accordingly; attend at least two pre-approved government related conferences and one management conference annually, and share conference notes and information with administrative staff and Commissioners; maintain the confidence and trust of the Commission by not divulging information or discussing information with inappropriate parties; meet with the Finance Director from time to time regarding original documents; meet with the County Manager's Office to coordinate issues between offices; drives the efforts of the team in meeting or exceeding established deadlines with results that are thorough and accurate; works with team members both inside and outside of the department to accomplish organizational goals. Commissioner Comments regarding General T Evaluation RatinQ Document Agenda Item No. 9D September 25, 2007 Page 12 of 45 EFFECTIVENESS AND Organizes work and prioritizes specific and attainable PRODUCTIVITY goals; monitors work, creates focus and eliminates roadblocks; produces quality work in accordance with schedules and deadlines; seeks new technologies and methods to improve quantity and quality of 5 work/services; understands the roles and responsibilities of others; understands policies, procedures, rules, regulations and applicable ordinances; conceives and recommends creative ideas; understands and manages the creative process and utilizes good judgment. Commissioner Comments Effectiveness and Productivity ~d , ~~ TOTAL RATING: 04MBCC ~o 1 1 99J489-rev 3 The following Action Plan has been developed in an effort to provide clear expectations for the Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners for the period from September 23, 2006 through September 2007. The Action Plan is based on the broad areas generally expected to be performed by the Executive Manager. At the conclusion of the fiscal year, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to perform an annual evaluation of the Executive Manager's performance by rating each of the following performance objectives utilizing the following rating factors. Individual evaluations will be totaled and averaged to determine the Board's collective position. Type of Evaluation: X Annual _ Special Reason Time in Classification: 18 Years Review Dates: 9-23-06 to 9-23-07 *************************************.************************************** RATING FACTORS: Exceptional = 5 Highly Successful = 4 Successful = 3 Development Required = 2 **************************************************************************** TOTAL RATING: ;;).:5 . 9 ~~' /"" -, . .~ I /~. / --' - ,/ . . .... / CommlSslOner:..________;/". ; / ..' / Date ~.. /_/--...-/. ,/ ,/~) /.., ----- - - -:_--~-L/ .-:<-~------- .;--.::-...... " ..;.--"'-;-. /,' ....._)._~r, /7/ .-"'7" -~ /- 0.--J'r **************************************************************************** T Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 ... ~ ,.... Key Results Area Measure Rating BUDGET AND OTHER FISCAL ISSUES Prepare and present the budget to the Board of County Commissioners during budget hearings; Timely and accurately administer and monitor the budget 4- throughout the fiscal year, including review of all Field . Purchase Orders and Purchase Orders; approve all purchases for the Board of County Commissioners office; seeks the best solutions and business practices to ensure fiscally responsible, mutually beneficial decisions on behalf of the taxpayers and the County. Commissioner Comments regarding Budget and Other Fiscal Issues Evaluation RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 .. -~ ~ ~ PERSONNEL RELATED ISSUES Interview, hire, supervise, train, evaluate, discipline and coordinate activities of administrative staff of the Board 3.,(;7 of County Commissioners' office and keep affected commissioners informed of decisions; foster a "team environment" and regularly demonstrate the ability to work in corporation with co-workers and others on the job; behavior towards co-workers demonstrates positive support and respect; provide coaching, counseling, mentoring, encouragement, guidance and support of employees' own personal development and improvement efforts; conduct weekly staff meetings with the Administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office; inspire and motivate employees to embrace the vision and mission statement and to perform to the highest degree possible; sets aggressive goals and objectives for employees, holds employees accountable and evaluates performance Commissioner Comments regarding Personnel Related Issues , Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 ..... '" -, ~ Key Results Area Measure Rating ADVISORY BOARDS Coordinate advisory committees and/or task forces initiated by the Board of County Commissioners, including sending out letters of term expirations, press releases, coordinating with Elections to ensure they are 4- electors, coordinating with staff for recommendations, preparing executive summaries and presenting to the Board of County Commissioners at meetings, notifying all applicants of appointments, maintain current membership lists, maintain up-to-date files on all advisory committees and schedule and prepare New Service Awards and Outstanding Member Programs; act as Liaison with the Division of Elections for reporting Minority and Physically Disabled Appointments Commissioners Comments regarding Advisory Boards Evaluation Ratlna Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 ...." _r ..,.... CUSTOMER SERVICE / Exhibit helpful, courteous and appropriate conduct 3 COMMUNICATIONS towards customers and others; act in a professional manner and promote the concept of professionalism with the public, BCC staff, constitutional officers and co-workers by portraying a positive demeanor and engaging in activities that instill confidence and respect , for the BCC and BCC office; acts as an ambassador of , Collier County Government both inside and outside of the workplace; listens and responds to public requests while anticipating future needs; interpersonal interactions are positive and proactive with communication of information being the highest , priority; Maintain frequent communication with all levels of County government, external agencies, local businesses, community groups, the media, constituents, and the general public; coordinate the collection and/or distribution of information pertaining to the Board of I County Commissioners' activities. Commissioner Comments regardiug Customer Sen'ice / Communications I , Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 ~ .. n r ~ Key Results Area Measure Rating BOARD OF COUNTY Attend Board of County Commissioners' meetings and COMMISSION MEETINGS workshops as needed; prepare items for the Board of County Commissioners' agenda; coordinate workshops, t evening public hearings; prepare original documents for signature and assist Chairman; coordinate and announce registered speakers; participate in emergency events and meetings, filling whatever role deemed necessary in an emergency situation; Attend Strategic Planning Sessions to coordinate commissioners' schedules and commitments Commissioner Comments regarding Board of County Commission Meetiugs . Evaluation RatlnCl Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 . ,- Key Resnlts Area Measure Rating GENERAL Act as coordinator between the Board of County 3.~ Commissioners and the Commission on Ethics, including, acting as Local Agency Coordinator for the financial disclosure notification system and working with advisory board members, elected official and county employees; Coordinate Value Adjustment Board events including, working with the clerk's office, county attorney and school board to set dates, prepare executive summary for Board of County Commissioners approval, and coordinate with aides for commissioners' calendars; Accept advice and constructive feedback agreeably and modifies behavior accordingly; attend at least two pre-approved government related conferences and one management conference annually, and share conference notes and information with administrative staff and Commissioners; maintain the confidence and trust of the Commission by not divulging information or discussing information with inappropriate parties; meet with the Finance Director from time to time regarding original documents; meet with the County Manager's Office to coordinate issues between offices; drives the efforts of the team in meeting or exceeding established deadlines with results that are thorough and accurate; works with team members both inside and outside of I the department to accomplish organizational goals. , Commissioner Comments regarding General Evaluation Rating Document Key Results Area Measure EFFECTIVENESS A.'ND PRODUCTIVITY '-..~ .<) c c' / -- ~(;---(..,--/.-? ./ /~ ~- c.~ / /' /y.!_" ,..-, . . t"_:;:;;>v..;.L.) C-v<,"i.:;;'-< Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 20 of 45 Rating ),8 TOTAL RATING: Z.5"."'/ 04-BCC-OI199/489-rev J Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 21 of 45 MEMORANDUM DATE: September 10, 2007 TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager to BCC FROM: Tom Henning, Vice Chairman Commissioner, District 3 RE: 2007 Evaluation Ms. Filson, I wanted to thank you for the performance you have given to the Board of County Commissioners over the past year. The office has run extremely well as a whole. Your cooperation with not only all employees, but the Board of County Commissioners and the general public as well, was in a professional manner. Therefore, I find it is only fitting and proper to grade the highest rating in all categories. You deserve a raise. TH Attachment . The following Action Plan has been developed in an effort to provide clear expectations for the Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners for the period from September 23, 2006 through September 2007. The Action Plan is based on the broad areas generally expected to be performed by the Executive Manager. At the conclusion of the fiscal year, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to perform an annual evaluation of the Executive Manager's performance by rating each of the following performance objectives utilizing the following rating factors. Individual evaluations will be totaled and averaged to determine the Board's collective position. Type of Evaluation: X Annual _ Special Reasou Time in Classification: 18 Years Review Dates: 9-23-06 to 9-23-07 *k************************************************************************** RATING FACTORS: Exceptional = 5 Highly Successful = 4 Successful = 3 Development Required = 2 **************************************************************************** TOTAL RATING: 35" Date 7-/0. c?, *************************** ************************************************ Evaluation RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Key Results Area Measure Rating BUDGET AND OTHER FISCAL ISSUES Prepare and present the budget to the Board of County Commissioners during budget hearings; Timely and accurately administer and monitor the budget throughout the fiscal year, including review of all Field Purchase Orders and Purchase Orders; approve all purchases for the Board of County Commissioners office; seeks the best solutions and business practices to ensure fiscally responsible, mutually beneficial decisions on behalf of the taxpayers and the County. ---- o Commissioner Comments regarding Budget and Other Fiscal Issues T Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Key Results Area Measure Rating PERSONNEL RELATED ISSUES Interview, hire, supervise, train, evaluate, discipline and coordinate activities of administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office and keep affected commissioners informed of decisions; foster a "team environment" and regularly demonstrate the ability to work in corporation with co-workers and others on the 5 job; behavior towards co-workers demonstrates positive support and respect; provide coaching, counseling, mentoring, encouragement, guidance and support of employees' own personal development and improvement efforts; conduct weekly staff meetings with the Administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office; inspire and motivate employees to embrace the vision and mission statement and to perform to the highest degree possible; sets aggressive goals and objectives for employees, holds employees accountable and evaluates performance Commissioner Comments regarding Personnel Related Issues Evaluation RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Key Results Area Measure Rating ADVISORY BOARDS Coordinate advisory committees and/or task forces initiated by the Board of County Commissioners, including sending out letters of term expirations, press releases, coordinating with Elections to ensure they are electors, coordinating with staff for recommendations, ~ preparing executive summaries and presenting to the Board of County Commissioners at meetings, notifying all applicants of appointments, maintain current membership lists, maintain up-to-date files on all advisory committees and schedule and prepare New Service Awards and Outstanding Member Programs; act as Liaison with the Division of Elections for reporting Minority and Physically Disabled Appointments Commissioners Comments regarding Advisory Boards . Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 CUSTOMER SERVICE / Exhibit helpful, courteous and appropriate conduct COMMUNICATIONS towards customers and others; act in a professional manner and promote the concept of professionalism with the public, BCC staff, constitutional officers and co-workers by portraying a positive demeanor and engaging in activities that instill confidence and respect for the BCC and BCC office; acts as an ambassador of 0 Collier County Government both inside and outside of the workplace; listens and responds to public requests while anticipating future needs; interpersonal interactions are positive and proactive with communication of information being the highest priority; Maintain frequent communication with all levels of County government, external agencies, local businesses, community groups, the media, constituents, and the general public; coordinate the collection and/or distribution of information pertaining to the Board of County Commissioners' activities. Commissioner Comments regarding Customer Sen'ice / Communications . Evaluation RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25,2007 Key Results Area Measure Rating BOARD OF COUNTY Attend Board of County Commissioners' meetings and COMMISSION MEETINGS workshops as needed; prepare items for the Board of County Commissioners' agenda; coordinate workshops, evening public hearings; prepare original documents for S signature and assist Chairman; coordinate and announce registered speakers; participate in emergency events and meetings, filling whatever role deemed necessary in an emergency situation; Attend Strategic Planning Sessions to coordinate commissioners' schedules and commitments Commissioner Comments regarding Board of County Commission Meetings . Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Key Results Area Measure Rating GENERAL Act as coordinator between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission on Ethics, including, acting as Local Agency Coordinator for the financial disclosure notification system and working with advisory board members, elected official and county employees; Coordinate Value Adjustment Board events including, working with the clerk's office, county attorney and school board to set dates, prepare executive summary for Board of County S Commissioners approval, and coordinate with aides for commissioners' calendars; Accept advice and constructive feedback agreeably and modifies behavior accordingly; attend at least two pre-approved government related conferences and one management conference annually, and share conference notes and information with administrative staff and Commissioners; maintain the confidence and trust of the Commission by not divulging information or discussing information with inappropriate parties; meet with the Finance Director from time to time regarding original documents; meet with the County Manager's Office to coordinate issues between offices; drives the efforts of the team in meeting or exceeding established deadlines with results that are thorough and accurate; works with team members both inside and outside of the department to accomplish organizational goals. Commissioner Comments regarding General I Evaluation Ratina Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 29 of 45 Key Results Area Measure Rating EFFECTIVENESS AND Organizes work and prioritizes specific and attainable PRODUCTIVITY goals; monitors work, creates focus and eliminates roadblocks; produces quality work in accordance with schedules and deadlines; seeks new technologies and --.s- methods to improve quantity and quality of work/services; understands the roles and responsibilities of others; understands policies, procedures, rules, regulations and applicable ordinances; conceives and recommends creative ideas; understands and manages the creative process and utilizes good judgment. Commissioner Comments Effectiveness and Productivity TOTAL RATING: 3S- 04-BCC-O I 1 99/489-rev 3 . FY 2007 Action Plan Carolyn Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners Agenda Item No. 90 07 45 :;'::;:'[,'-;['1::\';_,'1 :::-1, /~-', The following Action Plan has been developed in an effort to provide clear expectations for the Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners for the period from September 23. 2006 through September 2007. The Action Plan is based on the broad areas generally expected to be performed by the Executive Manager. At the conclusion of the fiscal year, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to perform an annual evaluation of the Executive Manager's performance by rating each of the following performance objectives utilizing the following rating factors. Individual evaluations will be totaled and averaged to determine the Board's collective position. Type of Evaluation: X Annual _ Special Reason Time in Classification: 18 Years Review Dates: 9-23-06 to 9-23-07 **._*.....*.*****.....*........**.***..*.**.****.*************************** RATING FACTORS: Exceptional = 5 Highly Successful = 4 Successful = 3 Development Required = 2 .**********.*****...*********.**.**.**.****...***.._.*****..*.**.**.*..***** TOTAL RATING: "3> 3. .S Commissioner: ~ r_. D.. Date / / ............................~..~:::.........:..:.~.*~*~.............. t "d dIE:SO LO Bt d~s Evaluation Ratina Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 31 of 45 Key Results Area Measure Rating BUDGET AND OTHER FISCAL ISSUES Prepare and present the budget to the Board of County Commissioners during budget hearings; Timely and accurately acirn.inister and monitor the budget throughout the fiscal year, including review of all Field Purchase Orders and Purchase Orders; approve all purchases for the Board of County Commissioners office; seeks the best solutions and business practices to ensure fiscally responsible, mutually beneficial decisions on behalf of the taxpayers and the County. 4-.5 Commissioner Comments regarding Budget and Other Fiscal Issues ~. ~ .-<.4.- "'^- ::::tL ,~ og~~ ~~ ~~~ AA-- ~ i ~ ~ ~~, J\__-fr ~~~-:tl~~~ /l.JJ.l"O~ ~ ~ I~. God dl~:90 LO BI d~s Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 32 of 45 PERSONNEL RELATED ISSUES Interview, hire, supervise, train, evaluate, discipline and coordinate activities of administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office and keep affected +. 'S commissioners informed of decisions; foster a "team environment" and regularly demonstrate the ability to work in corporation with co-workers and others on the job; behavior towards co-workers demonstrates positive support and respect; provide coaching, counseling, mentoring, encouragement, guidance and support of employees' own personal development and improvement efforts; conduct weekly staff meetings with the Administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office; inspire and motivate employees to embrace the vision and mission statement and to perform to the highest degree possible; sets aggressive goals and objectives for employees, holds employees accountable and evaluates performance Commissioner Comments regarding Personnel Related Issues 7T~.~~~~ --l cw-JL ~ ~ ~~~~.~ ~ ~~~ ~ C>...4-- t\..- ~ ~ ~ E'd dtE:90 LO at das EvaluatIon RatIng Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 33 of 45 ADVISORY BOARDS Coordinate advisory committees and/or task forces initiated by the Board of County Commissioners, including sending out letters oftenn expirations, press releases, coordinating with Elections to ensure they are electors, coordinating with staff for recommendations, preparing executive summaries and presenting to the Board of County Commissioners at meetings, notifying all applicants of appointments, maintain current membership lists, maintain up-to-date files on all advisory committees and schedule and prepare New Service Awards and Outstanding Member Programs; act as Liaison with the Division of Elections for reporting Minority and Physically Disabled Appointments 5 Commissioners Comments regarding Advisory Boards 7n.t_ ~ ~ ~ AlI~"",n ~J:ti~~~ ~ ~ ~. ~ --u- ~v~~ ~~ ~~~~ ~~, j,od dl~:90 LO 81 das T Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 34 of 45 CUSTOMER SERVICE / COMMUNICATIONS Exhibit helpful, courteous and appropriate conduct towards customers and others; act in a professional manner and promote the concept of professionalism with the public, BCC staff, constitutional officers and co-workers by portraying a positive demeanor and engaging in activities that instill confidence and respect for the BCC and BCC office; acts as an ambassador of Collier County Government both inside and outside of the workplace; listens and responds to public requests while anticipating future needs; interpersonal interactions are positive and proactive with communication ofinformat;on being the highest priority; Maintain frequent communication with all levels of County government, external agencies, local businesses, community groups, the media, constituents, and the general public; coordinate the collection and/or distribution of infonnation pertaining to the Board of County Commissioners' activities. Commissioner Comments regarding Customer Service / Communications ~- '7~{)~&--, ~ ..Q..J.>~~ ~ ~ o-Jt ~ 5& 7:L.. ~ I ~. ~ ~~ ~~. ~ 5 S'd d~C:90 ~o B[ das Evaluation RatJnq Document Agenda Item No 90 September 25, 2007 Page 35 of 45 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION MEETINGS Attend Board of County Commissioners' meetings and workshops as needed; prepare items for the Board of County Commissioners' agenda; coordinate workshops, evening public hearings; prepare original documents for signature and assist Chairman; coordinate and announce registered speakers; participate in emergency events and meetings, filling whatever role deemed necessary in an emergency situation; Attend Strategic Planning Sessions to coordinate commissioners' schedules and commitments 5 Commissioner Comments regarding Board of County Commission Meetings ~.~ ~~ A><U.D, ~. ~ .' ~..t.t~1~~ ~. ~ ~ -U:t J~ >Or- ~ ~ -,,~..,...~ ~ <<>- ~ ~. ........... ~ O'L ~ -~ _~, . ~ ~ o.-..lL ~ cU.- ~ SUo ~ ::::t:i\..::X ~ ~ ~ ~~-r1 -u.- ~ ~, ~~. S'oI 0I2~:SO LO 8T oIas EvaluatIon RatIng Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 36 of 45 GENERAL Act as coordinator between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission on Ethics, including, acting as Local Agency Coordinator for the fInancial disclosure notification system and working 4-.5 with advisory board members, elected official and county employees; Coordinate Value Adjustment Board events including, working with the clerk's office, county attorney and school board to set dates, prepare executive summary for Board of County Commissioners approval, and coordinate with aides for commissioners' calendars; Accept advice and constructive feedback agreeably and modifies behavior accordingly; attend at least two pre-approved government related conferences and one management conference annually, and share conference notes and information with administrative staff and Commissioners; maintain the confidence and trust of the Commission by not divulging information or discussing information with inappropriate parties; meet with the Finance Director from time to time regarding original documents; meet with the County Manager's Office to coordinate issues between offices; drives the efforts of the team in meeting or exceeding established deadlines with results that are thorough and accurate; works with team members both inside and outside of the department to accomplish organizational goals. Commissioner Comments regarding General ~~ ~ L'd dZE:90 LO Bt das Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 37 of 45 Evaluation RatinQ Document EFFECTIVENESS AND PRODUCTIVITY Organizes work and prioritizes specific and attainable goals; monitors work, creates focus and eliminates roadblocks; produces quality work in accordance with schedules and deadlines; seeks new technologies and methods to improve quantity and quality of work/services; understands the roles and responsibilities of others; understands policies, procedures, rules, regulations and applicable ordinances; conceives and recommends creative ideas; understands and manages the creative process and utilizes good judgment. 5 Commissioner Comments Effectiveness and Productivity ~~ ~ ~ ~h> \\~ 1~ TOTAL RATING: 04~BCC-0119914g9-rcv 3 Bod d2~:90 LO St d~s FY 2007 Action Plan ,. ., ." , Carolyn Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the BOard of County Commissioners . The following Action Plan has been developed in an effort to provide clear expectations for the Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners for the period from September 23, 2006 through September 2007. The Action Plan is based on the broad areas generally expected to be performed by the Executive Manager. At the conclusion of the fiscal year, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to perform an annual evaluation of the Executive Manager's performance by rating each of the following performance objectives utilizing the following rating factors. Individual evaluations will be totaled and averaged to determine the Board's collective position. Type of Evaluation: --' '~'" ~al) -- --- _ Special Reason Time in Classification: 18 Years Review Dates: 9-23-06 to 9-23-07 **************************************************************************** RATING FACTORS: Exceptional = 5 Highly Successful = 4 Successful = 3 Development Required = 2 **************************************************************************** .J? - TOTAL RATING: Commissioner: :fA,-0~< /-/2, Date 7' -c: --,tJ,/7 /,/~ 0 /1 ...~.. j --_..J / / /. .r~7:> "h"**":::~~" .-. -,.J' ';~3/ ~~. ~*************************** V . ----.. '. &'" , .' -.-----.-----..;....-.- ;/ / { - l..../ Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 Septe~ber 2"5~ 2?0~ Key Results Area Measure Rating BUDGET AND OTHER FISCAL ISSUES Prepare and present the budget to the Board of County Commissioners during budget hearings; Timely and accurately administer and monitor the budget throughout the fiscal year, including review of all Field Purchase Orders and Purchase Orders; approve all purchases for the Board of County Commissioners office; seeks the best solutions and business practices to ensure fiscally responsible, mutually beneficial decisions on behalf of the taxpayers and the County, If 4 Commissioner Comments regarding Budget and Other Fiscal Issues T Evaluation RatlnQ Document Aoenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Key Results Area PERSONNEL RELATED ISSUES Measure Rating Interview, hire, supervise, train, evaluate, discipline and coordinate activities of administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office and keep affected commissioners informed of decisions; foster a "team environment" and regularly demonstrate the ability to work in corporation with co-workers and others on the job; behavior towards co-workers demonstrates positive r"- support and respect; provide coaching, counseling, ...> mentoring, encouragement, guidance and support of employees' own personal development and improvement efforts; conduct weekly staff meetings with the Administrative staff of the Board of County Commissioners' office; inspire and motivate employees to embrace the vision and mission statement and to perform to the highest degree possible; sets aggressive goals and objectives for employees, holds employees accountable and evaluates performance Commissioner Comments regarding Personnel Related Issues ~.~~ ~~ -/, /' /:-~/~ ..-.//.., ~ ~(J:/ ~ , Evaluation RatIng Document Agenda Item No. 90 Septer;.>ber 25, 200! Key Results Area Measure Rating ADVISORY BOARDS Coordinate advisory committees and/or task forces initiated by the Board of County Commissioners, including sending out letters of term expirations, press releases, coordinating with Elections to ensure they are electors, coordinating with staff for recommendations, preparing executive summaries and presenting to the Board of County Commissioners at meetings, notifying all applicants of appointments, maintain current membership lists, maintain up-to-date files on all advisory committees and schedule and prepare New Service Awards and Outstanding Member Programs; act as Liaison with the Division of Elections for reporting Minority and Physically Disabled Appointments ~. s Commissioners Comments regarding Advisory Boards #:~ ~rA/~ ~ ~ /~~vc;!~ kz ~(/ '4" -U~h ~7 /7 . . v/./ t: ,/ /. ~ , Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25; 2?0! Key Results Area Measure Rating CUSTOMER SERVICE / COMMUNICATIONS Exhibit helpful, courteous and appropriate conduct towards customers and others; act in a professional manner and promote the concept of professionalism with the public, BCC staff, constitutional officers and co-workers by portraying a positive demeanor and engaging in activities that instill confidence and respect for the BCC and BCC office; acts as an ambassador of Collier County Government both inside and outside of the workplace; listens and responds to public requests while anticipating future needs; interpersonal interactions are positive and proactive with communication of information being the highest priority; Maintain frequent communication with all levels of County government, external agencies, local businesses, community groups, the media, constituents, and the general public; coordinate the collection and/or distribution of information pertaining to the Board of County Commissioners' activities. ~_. j Commissioner Comments regarding Customer Service / Communications 1;4~ ~Cf> k~~ ~#~ ~:A'~' ~~ , ---c..c /Z-Z4~h(~~. ~ 4cPU~ /.a:~ ~~/.. EvaluatIon RatlnQ Document Agenda Item No. 90 Septer;.>ber 25, 200! Key Results Area Measure Rating BOARD OF COUNTY Attend Board of County Commissioners' meetings and COMMISSION MEETINGS workshops as needed; prepare items for the Board of County Commissioners' agenda; coordinate workshops, evening public hearings; prepare original documents for signature and assist Chairman; coordinate and ~. announce registered speakers; participate in emergency events and meetings, filling whatever role deemed necessary in an emergency situation; Attend Strategic Planning Sessions to coordinate commissioners' schedules and commitments Commissioner Comments regarding Board of County Commission Meetings tP~ 2J:-a~ - / .../ /. ,. :o" r Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 .... , ,~ Key Results Area Measure Rating GENERAL Act as coordinator between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission on Ethics, including, acting as Local Agency Coordinator for the financial disclosure notification system and working with advisory board members, elected official and county employees; Coordinate Value Adjustment Board events including, working with the clerk's office, county attorney and school board to set dates, prepare executive summary for Board of County Commissioners approval, and coordinate with aides for commissioners' calendars; Accept advice and constructive feedback agreeably and modifies behavior -- accordingly; attend at least two pre-approved ~ government related conferences and one management conference annually, and share conference notes and information with administrative staff and Commissioners; maintain the confidence and trust of the Commission by not divulging information or discussing information with inappropriate parties; meet with the Finance Director from time to time regarding original documents; meet with the County Manager's Office to coordinate issues between offices; drives the efforts ofthe team in meeting or exceeding established deadlines with results that are thorough and accurate; works with team members both inside and outside of the department to accomplish organizational goals. Commissioner Comments regarding General Evaluation Rating Document Agenda Item No. 90 September 25, 2007 Page 45 of 45 EFFECTIVENESS AND Organizes work and prioritizes specific and attainable PRODUCTIVITY goals; monitors work, creates focus and eliminates roadblocks; produces quality work in accordance with schedules and deadlines; seeks new technologies and L) methods to improve quantity and quality of work/services; understands the roles and , responsibilities of others; understands policies, procedures, rules, regulations and applicable ordinances; conceives and recommends creative ideas; understands and manages the creative process and utilizes good judgment. Commissioner Comments Effectiveness and Productivity TOTAL RATING: /v 04-BCC-O 1199/489-rcv 3 Agenda Item No. 9E September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 2 brock m from: Sent: To: Subject: tucke~m Wednesday, September 19, 2007 2:59 PM brock m Agenda Item 9F Miss Mary Jo, Commissioner Henning would like the following item on the agenda (I believe 9F would be the next available): D1scussion regarding Collier County to take over the direction of the Collier County Housing Authority and become Involved in the primary functions of the Authority. At this time, I have no executive summary or any backup; should some become available, I will forward them to you ASAP. Thank you for your assistance with this last minute agenda item. Should you have any questions, feel free to call me. Sam 1 Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item ~~o. CJE Sept("mber 25, 2007 Page 2 ()f2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: ltemSummllry: 9E MeetIng Date: DISCUSSWll regarding Cotlier C01.lllty to take over the direction of the Collier County Housing Authority and become involved ill the primary functions of tne AuttlOrity (Commissioner Henning) 9/25/2007 SI.OO:OOAM Approved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County CommiSSioners County Manager's Office 9119120074:27 PM filp' /1(,'\ A of>nrl"Tf><;:f\ Fvn(\rt\~Q_ <;;:pntf>",nf>,.o/~ ')n')" o/~ ')r),)()()7\()Q o/,. ')m~n A Rno/~ ?()nFo/^ ')()(' QI1Q!?O()7 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 1 of 124 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY THE ANNUAL PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL FOR THE COUNTY MANAGER OBJECTIVE: To complete the annual performance appraisal for the County Manager. CONSIDERATIONS: The County Manager reports directly to the Board of County Commissioners. In order to assure that his work performance is coordinated with the direction of the full Board, an annual appraisal is conducted. An annual work plan (Action Plan) was developed. The County Manager has provided a commentary and self-appraisal as a starting point for this year's appraisal. He has met individually (when required) with each Board member to discuss the past year's performance to determine what elements Board members recommend or direct to be performed better or differently and what aspects of the office operation were done well. A compilation of the Commissioners' written evaluations is included along with each individual assessment. The County Manager Employment Agreement provides that on the date general wage adjustments are granted generally to Collier County employees, the County Manager's base salary shall be modified to reflect the general wage adjustment granted to other County employees. Merit pay is also available if the Board feels that the County Manager has "met" or "exceeded" the Board's expectations. Merit pay can be awarded from 3% (minimum) to a 10% (maximum). By the existing contract, all such merit adjustments shall be included in the Manager's base salary. However, to be consistent with the cost savings merit pay changes for Administrators and Directors, the Manager, voluntarily requests, that his merit pay be awarded as a lump sum payment for FY07 performance and not be added to his salary. FISCAL IMPACT: Depending on the percent of merit pay awarded by the Board, the one time cost to the general fund may range from $5,461. to $18,203. General (001) Funds are available to support this range of award. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this item. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners complete the annual performance a~1 proces e County Manager and determine the Merit Pay Awa><:r.' . / / SUBMITTED B % ---- -. / , L----"'" Board of County Commissioners Page 1 of I Agenda Item No" 9F September 25, 2007 Page 2 of 124 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summuy: Meeting Oete: 9F The Annual Pertormal1ce Appraisal for the County Manager 9/25/2007900,OOAM Apprllved By JllmesV.Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Manager Date County Managllr'sOfflce 9/19120075:40 PM file" /f('"\A p-pnc1~Te>:t\Fxnort\fN_Si'nt('mhl~rO)/n?()? ~ %)0)007\09 %)OROA R D%?OOF%20C' 9/19/2007 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 3 of 124 FY 2007 Action Plan (BCC Grade Summary) James V. Mudd, Count Mana er The County Manager is tasked with carrying out the policy direction provided by the Board of County Commissioners. He is by ordinance to provide leadership for the day- to-day operations of the employees of the Board of County Commissioners. The following Action Plan is developed in an effort to provide clear expectations for the County Manager for the period from August 2006 through September 2007. The Action plan is based on the broad areas generally expected to be performed by the Executive Officer, including: communications, leadership, organizational direction, financial oversight, personnel, growth and capital project management. This part of the action plan represents 40% of the annual evaluation weight, Each Goal for the FY will also be evaluated and will represent the remaining 60% of the annual evaluation weight. These areas are further categorized as to their pertinence and support of the FY 07 Strategic Focus Areas (SFA) and their Goals for Collier County that are enumerated below: It is Collier County's Vision - To Strive to be the Best Community in America to Live, WorA;. and Play, From this Vision flows the statement of our County's Mission - To Deliver High Quality, Best-Value, Public Services, Programs, and Facilities to Our Residents and Visitors, The County Mission will be accomplished by dedicating Its resources and efforts to the following Strategic Focus Areas (SFA) with their corresponding goals: SFA. 1, Neighborhood Preservation & Enhancement - To preserve and enhance the safety, quality, value, character, and heritage of our neighborhoods, communities and region. SFA. 2. Growth Management - To responsibly manage community growth, development and redevelopment, while enhancing the natural environment SFA. 3, Community Health and Human Services - To improve the quality of life and promote personal self-reliance and independence through Improved access to community health care and human services for those most in need. SFA. 4, Mobility - To provide for the various mobility needs of the community and the region while respecting and enhancing the character of our diverse neighborhoods. SFA. S. Economic Oevelopment - To help create a business climate that promotes a diversified, growing economy consistent with the established growth management plans and community desires. SFA. 6. Local Govemance - To sustain public trust & confidence In County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation. At the conclusion of the fiscal year, the Board of County Commissioners will be asked to perform an annual evaluation of the County Manager's performance by rating each of the following performance objectives on a 1 to 3 scale. Individual evaluations will be totaled and averaged to determine the Board's collective position. Page 1 of 16 , Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 4 of 124 Below are the standards for scoring the self-appraisal. These should help you decide on how to grade each of the areas on my KRA/appraisal form. Score Results 1 Below Standards . Some improvements and/or early good performance levels in a few areas . Results not reported for many to most areas of importance to the organization's key business requirements 2 Meets Standards . Improvement trends and/or good performance levels reported for most areas of importance to the organization's key business requirements . No pattern of adverse trends and no poor performance levels in areas of importance to the organization's key business requirements . Some trends and/or current performance levels - evaluated against relevant comparisons and/or benchmarks - show areas of strength and/or good to very good relative performance levels . Business results address most key customer, market, and process requirements 3 Exceeds Standards . Current performance is excellent in most areas of importance to the organization's key business requirements . Excellent Improvement trends and/or sustained excellent performance levels in most areas . Evidence of industry and benchmark leadership demonstrated in many areas . Business results fully address key customer, market, process, and action plan requirements Final Needs Meets Exceeds Standard Improvement Expectations Expectations Ratina Scale 1.00-1.66 1.67-2.33 2.34-3.00 Page 2 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 5 of 124 The following area of Communications supports the Strategic Focus Area 6 - Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation. Comm. Camm. Comm. COmm. Comm. COMMUNICATIONS Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle C.1 (Internal) The County Manager will be expected to provide the BeC with timely and accurate responses to requests for information, as well as, coordinating drafts 1 3 3 3 3 for plans, fees and controversial ordinances with the BCC members before the information ooes public. COmm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. COMMUNICATIONS Hennin~ Fiala Coletta Halas Covle C.2 (External) The County Manager will be expected to provide information to the public through a minimum of one soeakino 1 3 3 3 3 enoaaement oer month on average, as well as, developing new means to provide information to the public regarding County information. Comm. Comm. COmm. Comm. Comm. COMMUNICATIONS Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle C.3 (External) The County Manager will be expected to ensure that the organization has systems in place to ensure that the 1 3 3 3 3 general public is responded to in a timely and accurate manner. Also, improve Public Relations by providing more understandable and complete information to the public. The following area of Leadership/Organizational Direction supports the Strategic focus Area 6 - Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation. Page 3 of 16 T Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 6 of 124 LEADERSHIP! Comm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Henning Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTION L.l The County Manager will ensure that 2 2 2 3 3 there is a clear direction that is communicated throuohout the oroanization. LEADERSHIP! Comm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Comm. Henning Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTION L.2 The County Manager will ensure that all executive summary reports provided to the 1 2.5 3 3 2 Board have specific and clear recommendations. LEADERSHIP! COmm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Henning Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTION L.3 The County Manager will provide opportunities for the Board of County 2 2.5 3 3 3 Commissioners to discuss and set proactive oolicv direction on kev community issues. The following area of Personnel Management supports the Strategic Focus Area 6 - Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation, PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Comm. COmm. Comm. Comm. Camm. Hennin'" Fiala Coletta Halas Covle P.l The County Manager will ensure that the County follows the Board's established 1 2 3 2.9 2.5 policies for the hiring and management of its emolovees. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Camm. Camm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Hennlnn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle P.2 The County Manager will provide to the Board an annual pay plan as part of the 2 2 3 3 3 budget that will provide for an organized means for salarv administration. Page 4 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 7 of 124 The following area of Growth Management supports Strategic Focus Areas SFA. I. Neighborhood PreselVation llo. Enhancement - To preserve and enhance the safety, quality, value, character, and heritage of our neighborhoods, communities and region; SFA. 2. Growth Management - To responsibly manage community growth, development and redevelopment, while enhancing the natural environment; and SFA. 5. Economic Development - To help create a business climate that promotes a diversified, growing economy consistent with the established growth management plans and community desires. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. GROWTH MANAGEMENT Henninr'l Fiala Coletta Halas CoYle G.l The County Manager will continue to provide staff focus to get the 2nd EAR GMP 1 2 3 2.8 2.5 amendments approved by DCA, and I oreoare imolementina LDC amendments. Comm. COmm. Comm. Comm. Comm. GROWTH MANAGEMENT Hennin'" Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle G.2 The County Manager will supervise the revision; reorganization; update of outdated 2 2 3 2.9 2 and obsolete provisions of the Land Development Code (LDC), The BCC will provide ouidance to the staff to these ends. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. GROWTH MANAGEMENT Hennin" Fiala Coletta Halas CoYle G.3 The County Manager will continue to implement measures to improve customer 1 2.5 3 3 2 service in CDES. Expected outcome is to get permits and development review items back to the public within established standards, and to reduce the number of repetitive reviews. Increase the number of aoorovals to 75% after the 2d review. Comm. Comm. COmm. Comm. COmm. GROWTH MANAGEMENT Hennln" Fiala Coletta Halas CoYle GA The County Manager will provide staff coordination through a series of citizen 2 2 3 3 3 committees to study and implement numerous community olannino initiatives. Page 5 of 16 . l\genda Item !\Jo. 9F September :25, 2007 Page 8 of 1;4 The following area of Capital Project Management supports Strategic Focus Areas SFA. 1. Neighborhood Preservation &. Enhancement - To preserve and enhance the safety, quality, value, character, and heritage of our neighborhoods, communities and region; SFA. 4, Mobility - To provide for the various mobility needs of the community and the region while respecting and enhancing the character of our diverse neighborhoods; and SFA. 6. Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Hennino Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle CP.l The County Manager will provide a capital budget that will clearly describe the 1 3 3 3 3 capital projects proposed for the following fiscal year along with the proposed means for fundinq such nroiects. Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle CP.2 The County Manager will provide regular updates to the County Commission 2 1.5 3 3 3 on key capital projects in a manner which is easy to understand and timelv. CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Camm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle CP,3 The County Manager will ensure that for each key capital project that there is 1 2 3 2.9 2.5 clearly established responsibility, budgets and schedules for each. The Manager will also implement business processes that will control costs and cost overruns. The following area of Financial Management supports Strategic Focus Areas SFA. 1. Neighborhood Preservation &. Enhancement - To preserve and enhance the safety, quality, value, character, and heritage of our neighborhoods, communities and region; SFA. 4. Mobility - To provide for the various mobility needs of the community and the region while respecting and enhancing the character of our diverse neighborhoods; and SFA. 6. Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation. Page 6 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 9 of 124 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Comm. Camm. Comm. Comma Comm. Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle F.l The County Manager will present an opportunity annually, prior to the development of the annual budget, for the 2 2.5 3 3 3 County Commission to have a policy level discussion regarding the next year's annual budaet. Comma Comma Comm. Comma Comma FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Hennln~ Fiala Coletta Halas Covle F.2 The County Manager will develop an annual budget that will be presented to the County Commission in workshop format and 2 3 3 3 3 then again in accordance with statute for public participation through a series of two separate public hearings. Continue to make imorovements to the budaetina orocess. Comm. Comm. Comma Comma Comma FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle F.3 The County Manager will present a budget for FY08 that will not cause the BCC 1 3 3 3 3 to have to raise the ad valorem miliage rate to compensate for a growth slow down in FY07 and a corresponding devaluation of t orooertv values. Comm. Comma Comma Comm. COmma FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle FA The County Manager will provide annual updates of user fees and other non-Ad 2 2.5 3 3 3 Valorem revenue, I.e. impact fees, grants, etc. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. FINANOAL MANAGEMENT Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle F.5 The County Manager will work cooperatively with the Clerk of Courts on 1 2 3 2.9 2.5 the preparation of the CAFR and respond promptly and thoroughly to any issues raised by the external auditors. Page 7 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 10 of 124 The following section represents the additional goals that were presented to the Bee in September 2006. Below each goal is a rating box. Again the same rating scale of I to 3 is used. This area of the report accounts for 60% of the annual evaluation rating. Goals for Fiscal Year 2007: 1. Followimr through on the County'S New Strategic Plan effective October 1. 2006 A. Finalize a long range County plan for infrastructure improvements East of CR 951, along with a solid financial plan that supports it. The East of951 Study is very important to the County. We need to make sure that the resources, expertise and dedication are applied Countywide to this study to make it a success. B. Implement the new BCC approved strategic plan and align the organization around that plan. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. COmm. Comm. Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 1. Following through on the County's New 3 2.5 3 3 2 Strategic Plan 2. Community Development. We will continue to focus on improving the business processes within the Division and amending the codes to manage growth better and instill smart growth tenets. Complete the process improvement analysis which began in FY06 in the Environmental Department and subsequently carried through the Department of Zoning and Land Development Review and the Building Review and Permitting Department. In addition, conduct at least 2 PUD/IOU workshops; continue to manage the FIRM restudy process as renegotiated with FEMA; implement resulting development review business process improvements, including establishment of product turnaround metrics. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 2, Community Development. 1 2.5 3 2.9 1 Page 8 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 11 of 124 3. Improved use of technology and web site. The technology in place is capable of much more than is currently utilized. AIMS, GIS, SAP, and Novus (the paperless agenda) are all examples of exploitable technology within our grasp. This next year we will overhaul Novus; replace the outdated CDES automation system; Upgrade SAP; and Automate Capital Project tracking and Project Management. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas CoYle 3. Improved use of technology & web site 2 2 3 3 2 4. Succession Planning. Continue developing what is known as "bench strength" or developing a management team below the Division and Department level of people who are skilled, ready and able to step into higher management positions. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Hennino Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle 4. Succession Planning 2 2 3 3 2 5. Development of more regional strength at the State Legislative level. Continue to strengthen relationships that have been formed between Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Sarasota, Hendry and Glades Counties to develop even more unified positions on issues that affect Southwest Florida from Tallahassee. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Camm. Comm. Comm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas CoYle 5. Development of more regional strength 1 3 3 3 2 at the State Legislative level. 6. SB360 Glitch Bill. Make sure that we stay on top of SB360 and its impact on the County Growth Management Plan. Make the required State deadlines. Work to correct the needed "glitches" to the state's Growth Management Bill. Implement updated Concurrency Management System with Proportionate Share. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas CoYle 6. SB360 Glitch Bill. 3 1.7 1 2.5 3 Page 9 of 16 . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 12 of 124 7. Federal Lobbvist. - Cultivate interactive, interdependent relationships with our federal lobbyists and key legislative aids and Representatives and Senators in Washington, D,C. COmm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Camm. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 7. Federal Lobbyist. 1 2.5 3 3 2.5 8. Successful caoital oroiect management. FY07 will see another large capital construction program. Managing these projects to successful and timely completion will be a priority. Road Improvement Projects of Interest: GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Hen"inn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 8.a. Successful caoital oroiect 1 2.5 3 3 2.5 management. Road Improvement Projects Critical Utility Improvement Projects: GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Hen"inn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 8.b. Successful caoital proiect manaaement. Critical Utility Improvement 2 2.5 3 3 2.5 Proiects Public Safety Projects: GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 8.c. Successful caoital oroiect manaaement. Public Safety Projects 2 2 3 3 2.5 Other Significant County Projects: GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Comm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 8.d. Successful caoital oroiect 1 2 3 3 2 management. Other Significant County Proiects Page 10 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 13 of 124 9. Overall Ooerational Improvements: A. In conjunction with the Collier County School Board, develop implementation plans to comply with the mandates for school concurrency as defined in the state Growth Management BilI- SB360. Adopt Public Schools Facilities Element with school concurrency component and revised inter\ocal agreement focused on adoption by BCC and School Board prior to March I, 2008. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle 9.A. School Concurrency - SB360 2 3 2.9 2 1 B. Conduct a Citizen Survey - Jan! Feb. 2007. Camm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Camm. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas COYle 9.B. Conduct Citizen Survey 1 2 3 2.9 3 C. Implement Next Stage of Contract Administration Plan Initiatives. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas COyle 9.C. Implementation of Contract 2 Administration Plan Initiatives. 2 2 3 3 D. Guide the continued implementation of the Operations Management Tracking System (Ops Track) that measures efficiency, productivity and effectiveness. Make required refinements. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. Hennino Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle 9.0. Operations Management Tracking 2 System 2 2 3 3 Page 11 of 16 I Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 14 of 124 E, Streamline the recruitment & selection process. a. Continue to prioritize retention of our employees (including work force housing assistance & alternative work schedule initiatives) b. Continue to improve and look for new ways to recruit top candidates c. Continue to market and improve employee recognition program d. Get new applicant tracking and recruiting software up and running Comma Camm. Camm. Camm. Camm. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Hennino Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.E. Streamline the recruitment & selection 2 2 3 2.8 2 process F. Open On-Site Primary Care Clinic. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Camm. Camm. Camm. Comm. Camm. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.F. Open On-Site Primary Care Clinic 3 3 2 2 2.5 G. Improve emergency preparedness planning & response capabilities. a. Continue Emergency Management team development within the community toward building a disaster ready and disaster resistant community. b. Continue to improve our antiquated communications hardware in support ofthe existing EOC, alternate EOC, and equipment to ultimately transfer to the new EOC. c. Closely monitor the efforts of the proposed helicopter fleet study. d. Refine and exercise the County Pandemic Emergency Plan e. Explore low-power radio station option for Collier County to serve as an emergency information outlet f. Continue to implement the 'Pet Friendly' shelter initiative GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comma Camm. Comrn. Camm. Comma Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.G. Improve Emergency Preparedness 3 2 3 2.9 3 Planning & Response Capabilities Page 12 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 15 of 124 H. Increase the tourist tax revenue by 10% over FY 06. Increase summer hotel occupancy by 3% and increase inquiries to our tourism web site by 30%. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Henninl'l Fiala COletta Halas Covle 9.H. Tourism 1 2 2 3 1.5 1. Continue to implement the beach access initiatives to include land purchases, retention of consultants for construction design and permits and finalize an inter-local agreement with Rookery Bay for use of state owned land on Keewaydin Island for public access. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Camm. Comm. Comm. ~~. Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas 9.1. Continue Beach Access Initiatives 1 2 3 3 2 J. Develop a comprehensive land use plan for the landfill property, locking it down for our future solid waste management needs. We will set in motion the comprehensive land use plan for the landfill following the November, 2006 BCC workshop, and lock down with both vision and a feasible strategy our methodologies (ends, ways and means) for the County's future solid waste disposal requirements. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Henninn Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.J. Comprehensive land Use Plan for the 2 2.5 3 3 2.5 Landfill Property K. Address the Irrigation Quality Water Master Plan and Policy. Develop a policy to meet the growing demands for customer irrigation water needs. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Henninft Fiala Coletta Halas COvle 9.K. Irrigation Quality Water Master Plan 3 2 3 2.8 2 and Policy Page 13 of 16 r Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 16 of 124 L. Develop an overall, 20-year, capital funding strategy involving cash, commercial paper, bonds, and SRF funding for water and sewer capital projects. Comm. Camm. Comm. Comm. Camm. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Hennino Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.L. 20 Year Capital Funding Strategy 2 2.5 3 3 3 M. Implementation a new automated capital projects tracking software application that will provide a "dash board" feature for on-demand project status reports. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Camm. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Hennina Fiala Coletta Halas Coyle 9.M. Automated "CAPS Track" Software 2 2.5 3 2.8 2 N. Predicated on Board funding, initiate Watershed Management Plan studies and associated Long Range Storm water Management Plans. Comm. Comm. Camm. Camm. Camm. GOALS FOR FY 2007 Hennino Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.N. Initiate Watershed Management Plan Studies 1 2.5 3 3 2 0, Improve Grants Management a. Develop grant manual b. Create grant opportunity database c. Monitor and implement grant coordination policy d. Revise and distribute grant coordination brochure e. Begin development of user friendly monitoring program f. Investigate grant management systems and facilitate work group GOALS FOR FY 2007 Comm. Camm. COmm. Comm. Camm. Hennin" Fiala Coletta Halas Covle 9.0. Improve Grants Management 2 2.5 3 3 2 Page 14 of 16 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 17 of 124 Tallv Sheet Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. HenninG Fiala Coletta Halas Covle Communications; Leadership; Personnel, Growth, Capital Project, 1.45 2.40 2.95 2.97 2.75 and Financial Management Average Grade (40%) Goals for FY2007 Grade (60%) 1.69 2.27 2.96 2.96 2.14 AveraQe Grade/Commissioner 1.60 2.32 2.96 2.97 2.39 Overall Averaoe Grade I 2,45 Final Needs Meets Exceeds Standard Improvement Expectations Expectations Rating Scale 1.00-1.66 1.67-2.33 2.34-3.00 From the County Manager's Contract: Section 7: SalarY ...... ..Such annual performance based merit adiustment shall not exceed a maximum of ten percent (10%) of the Emplovee' s annual base salarv. The minimum increase for satisfactorv performance under such performance based merit system will equal the avera2:e percenta2:e salarv adiustment provided to all Countv emplovees for the 2:iven fiscal year or three percent (3%) whichever is greater. All such merit adiustments shall be included in the Emplovee's base salarv, Page 15 of 16 , Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 18 of 124 Concludinl! Remarks: This has been an exceptionally challenging, and I believe, a very successful year. We have pushed this organization harder than I thought possible and they have responded magnificently. I lead a sensational team of top-notch professionals who strive to remain focused on performing their jobs with improved customer service results and consistently target getting their specific assignments done with utmost efficiency and effectiveness. We still need to continue to review and correct some of our business processes, workflows, project planning and organizations. In addition, we have a y!<!:y aggressive agenda of new work ahead of us for the next 12 months. I hope that you have been able to see a change in how County Government is being managed. The staff has been encouraged by the Board's desire to make good decisions on behalf of the entire community and the willingness of all members to spend time learning the details of important issues to be better equipped to make decisions. While there are always things in retrospect that could have been done better, I would consider this to have been one of the most progressive years in this government's history. I hope that as you review my performance over this year, that I was able to "exceed your expectations" as the County Manager. Commissioner's Comments: Commissioners SUl!l!estions for Improvement: Prepared by: Page 16 of 16 . . . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 19 of 124 Condudio\! Rffilarks: This has been an exceptionally challenging, and I believe, a very successful year. We have pushed this organization harder than I thought possible and they have responded magnificently. I lead a sensational team of top-notch professionals who strive to remain focused on performing their jobs with improved customer service results and consistently target getting their specific assignments done with utmost efficiency and effectiveness, We still need to continue to review and correct some of our business processes, workflows, project planning and organizations. In addition, we have a ~ aggressive agenda of new work ahead of us for the next 12 months. I hope that you have been able to see a change in how County Government is being managed. The staff has been encouraged by the Board's desire to make good decisions on behalf of the entire community and the willingness of all members to spend time learning the details of important issues to be better equipped to make decisions. While there are always things in retrospect that could have been done better, I would consider this to have been one of the most progressive years in this government's history. I hope that as you review my performance over this year, that I was able to "exceed your expectations" as the County Manager. co.mmissio,",'r'scomn~ ~0.' r . ~~ .r,' or ~ "f2tk..t U~ ~ /2e.f ~ v;: t/ ?7 .; ! / C<)mmis~ion"rs SUl!l!estions for Improvement: ,,/" /----, / ~~_.~ ~/ L.;./' /A ' . "7"'--'.' .-:. ,L_:__'-'~~/,---,~ -1 1 I //1 _"/,,r I \, /". .. / N4'~ Prepared by: 'f/ -.....- " /' /-- /' J"/' ;. ~ / {./--- Page 43 of 43 . . ~ -, Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 20 of 124 COlldudill2 Rema,'ks: This has been an exceptionally challenging, and I believe, a very successful year. We have pushed this organization harder than I thought possible and they have responded magnificently. I lead a sensational team of top-notch professionals who strive to remain focused on performing their jobs with improved customer service results and consistently target getting their specific assignments done with utmost efficiency and effectiveness. We still need to continue to review and correct some of our business processes, workfIows, project planning and organizations, In addition, we have a Ym aggressive agenda of new work ahead of us for the next 12 months. I hope that you have been able to see a change in how County Government is being managed. The staff has been encouraged by the Board's desire to make good decisions on behalf of the entire community and the willingness of all members to spend time learning the details of important issues to be better equipped to make decisions. While there are always things in retrospect that could have been done better, I would consider this to have been one of the most progressive years in this government's history. I hope that as you review my performance over this year, that I was able to "exceed your expectations" as the County Manager. ~&Q. ~~ ~~~, C{tnlll1issiollcr's Su!!!!cstions for IIlIDrovement: ~ C.:t)E".s .[)......:A::, ~..... ~ L:ilL ~ ~ e' '. ~~ ~ '.- ~~IL;.~~~ a~ ~I~A'_" ' ....... ...4Lb ~. ~ /' Q i' D -+,- ;j!.~~~ ~- 1~.~~~~~~ ~ Prepared by: 0. (a- f) (f Page 43 of 43 ---- ~.1_ ) - Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 21 of 124 . Concludinl! Remarks: This has been an exceptionally challenging, and I believe, a very successful year. We have pushed this organization harder than I thought possible and they have responded magnificently. I lead a sensational team of top-notch professionals who strive to remain focused on performing their jobs with improved customer service results and consistently target getting their specific assignments done with utmost efficiency and effectiveness. We still need to continue to review and correct some of our business processes, workfIows, project planning and organizations. In addition, we have a verv aggressive agenda of new work ahead of us for the next 12 months. I hope that you have been able to see a change in how County Government is being managed. The staff has been encouraged by the Board's desire to make good decisions on behalf of the entire community and the willingness of all members to spend time learning the details of important issues to be better equipped to make decisions. While there are always things in retrospect that could have been done better, I would consider this to have been one of the most progressive years in this government's history. I hope that as you review my performance over this year, that I was able to "exceed your expectations" as the County Manager. . km~~omments: il?l .lJt / q - ().i... ~ ~ ~ ~,~ i...;~ ~ C/ d/;, c...;. d ~ ik ~ i~ ~ c-. k . v h t.t.. ~ W<. ~ w-c.ef ~ . Commissioners SUl!l!estions for Improvement: . j~~~'~k~, . ~~iD~.-iiu~U~ ~ ~Q.e:.."Ai._ k~ ~ ~hwL~.tI , . Prepared by: 1~k~ Page 43 of 43 . . . ~ Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 22 of 124 Committee came to the BCC with recommendations for an RCW Compliance Plan in November 2006 and a status report in May 2007. They are still determining whether an HCP is feasible for smaller areas of the County. The committee has been meeting twice per month with additional subcommittee meetings. The following area of Capital Project Management supports Strategic Focus Areas SFA. 1. Neighborhood PreselVation &. Enhancement - To preserve and enhance the safety, quality, value, character, and heritage of our neighborhoods, communities and region: SFA. 4. Mobility - To provide for the various mobility needs of the community and the region while respecting and enhancing the character of the diverse neighborhoods. and SFA. 6. Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management ..... CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Below Meets Exceeds Standards Standards Standards 1 2 3 CP.l The County Manager will provide a capital J budget that will clearly describe the capital projects proposed for the following fiscal year along with the proposed means for fundino such projects. Response: The budgets provided for FY 07 and 08 included specific capital sections that explained the capital projects in great detail and clearly indicated, by fund, the source of funds for each project, Working through the Finance Committee and the County Financial Advisor, staff has implemented effective capital project financing programs that minimize carrying costs, maximize flexibility and maintain overall debt limits below those established in the Board's debt policy. This is an area that will be increasingly challenging as revenue sources decline due to the economic downturn and legislative mandates. A standardized tracking system is in place to allow staff, the BCC and the public to know project status at any given time. This year we made this system more user friendly and totally automated. The BCC AUIR workShop on Jan. 24 2007 also gave increased visibility on this important area. CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Below Meets ExceedS ,ft' Standards Standards Standards 1; 1 2 3 CP.2 The County Manager will provide regular / updates to the County Commission on key capital /, .., 1r' projects in a manner which is easy to understand and timely. Response: A standardized tracking system is in place to allow staff, the BCC and the public to know project status at any given time. The AUIR workshop is much more focused about staying concurrent in every County Category, which entails a detailed discussion of current and projected County Capital projects. In addition, have asked staff to meet with Commissioners on specific proiects and update them neriodicallv on Page 15 of 43 . . ~ ~ f"1P~ ~~ ~7k ~. Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 23 of 124 Exceeds Stan~ards(}~ J.rrr'L ~ ~. 6U-\ ~ ~. . critical projects (i.e, water status reports, overpass, Immokalee road 6-laning, etc.). Have instituted weekly and monthly reports on road construction and water availability status. Have guided on-going efforts to improve and refine the capital projects management tracking and reporting process. Streamlined the reporting format to make it easier to review & evaluate projects and integrated GIS into the presentation format. Worked with the IT Director to implement a new automated "caps track" software application that provides a "dash board" feature for on-demand project status reports. Have instituted a contractor presentation on a specific ongoing Capital project at each regular BCC meeting. This has given the BCC 'another view' to analyze our Capital projects execution. CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Below Standards 1 Meets Standards 2 . CP.3 The County Manager will ensure that for each key capital project that there is clearly established responsibility, budgets and schedules for each. The Manager will also implement business processes that will control costs and cost overruns. Response: Developed capital project assignments, full project teams, budgets and schedules. The teams included the capital projects managers, and staff from Real Property, Purchasing, the County Attorney's office, etc. to send a clear message that the successful completion of these projects requires coordination by an entire team of employees. Have worked diligently to modify contract management procedures with staff and the Clerk of Courts to put controls in place to control project costs. This is a multi-year effort that continues to be implemented and institutionalized. Implemented and refined unique change order and work order approval and oversight process. Submit monthly reports to Board summarizing administrative change and work order activity. Conducted agency wide contracting and project manager training to standardize procedures and controls. Working diligently on an agency-wide automated project management program that can be used by the entire organization. Significant improvements in this area were realized this year with the adoption of a uniform project management process and implementation of the Skire Unifier software. Approximately 100 users are licensed and trained to enter and monitor project status through this hosted software solution, Currently 68 projects are entered in the system, allowing PMs and licensed users to monitor expenditures, schedules, and issues in real time. We are currently evaluating the functionality, costs and benefits, advantages and disadvantages of permanently adopting this strategy and integrating it with our Financial System (SAP) or incorporating the functionality directly in SAP. In addition, several changes to project contracting procedures were implemented in Feb '07 including pre-spec meeting for projects over $2M, value engineering, requiring greater and more detailed justification, processing zero dollar changes by letter rather than change order, increased involvement of specialists in negotiation process, and increased use of professional estimators in design process. Initiated Transportation action items from the Productivity Committee and Board workshop designed to enhance utility locates in plans, address conflicts during construction and reduce change orders in construction contracts. To date, 22 of the 34 action items have been completed/incorporated into contracts/processes of Transportation and work is onqoinq on the remaining 12 items. J- . Page 16 of 43 T . . -) Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 24 of 124 The following area of Financial Management supports Strategic Focus Areas SFA. 1. Neighborhood Preservation &. Enhancement - To preserve and enhance the safety, quality, value, character, and heritage of our neighborhoods, communities and region: SFA.4. Mobility - To provide for the various mobility needs of the community and the region while respecting and enhancing the character of the diverse neighborhoods. and SFA. 6. Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management ..... FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Below Meets Exceeds Standards Standards Standards 1 2 3 F.l The County Manager will present an opportunity 2'S annually, prior to the development of the annual budget, for the County Commission to have a policy level discussion regarding the next year's annual budaet. Response: In February 2007, an item was included on the Bce agenda that provided a proposed budget policy for the upcoming fiscal year; the OMB Director and Manager presented this policy and provided the opportunity for the BCC members to discuss these key issues prior to the staff's development of the annual budgets, This budget guidance was detailed, exacting and demanding. The Productivity Committee was consulted during its drafting and they recommended an even more austere final product. Again, knowing what is expected early on makes a huge difference in Budget preparation. Budget results are at Tab 4. As can be seen from these results, the County Manager's organization continues to be a bargain compared to neighboring counties. Updated multi-year forecasts were provided to facilitate Board understanding of poliCY and funding issues associated with FY 08 budget decisions. The tax reform legislation finalized in June 2007 caused a major re-examination of our budget at every level, but we were positioned to execute because of excellent prior planning. I described these changes in greater detail in my introductory remarks on page 3 of this assessment. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Below Meets Exceeds Standards Standards StandardS 1 2 3 F.2 The County Manager will develop an annual budget that will be presented to the County Commission in workshop format and then again in J accordance with statute for public participation through a series of two separate public hearings. Continue to make improvements to the budgeting orocess. Response: Public hearings were conducted in September 2006 for the FY07 budget and Budget workshops for FY08 were held in June 2007, The public hearings for FY 08 will be held in Sept 2007. Again this year, the Budget was presented functionally instead of by fund type, This made the budget understandable to everyone. Successfully imolemented the GovMax budoetino database software oroqram in FY 07. The utility of f ~t4~ ~~ r;;'~ ~. Page 17 of 43 . . . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 25 of 124 requirements for annual indexing update . Law Enforcement Imoact Fee Indexing - 8.5% increase; special requirements for annual indexing updated . Librarv Imoact Fee Indexino - 9.4% increase; special requirements for annual indexing updated . Parks Imoact Fee Indexino - 15% increase for both Community and Regional Parks; special requirements for annual indexing updated . Transoortation Imoact Fee Indexino - 29.7% increase; special requirements for annual indexing updated . Water Imoact Fee Indexino - 5,9% increase; special requirements for annuai indexing updated . Sewer Imoact Fee Indexino - 5.9% increase; special requirements for annuai indexing updated Based on Board direction, the Transportation Impact Fee is in the process of being updated. Several expanded components will be reviewed as part of this update, including: a trip iength study related to residential land uses; expansion of land use categories on the fee schedule and detaiied analysis of mitigation costs, Because the indexing increase has already been adopted, upon completion of the study and approvai by the Board of County Commissioners, any additional increase in the Transportation Impact Fees would be associated to components not addressed by the indexing or actual costs that exceeded those assumed in the indexing. We effectively implemented and enforced the County's Impact Fee Program, including the collection of approximately $114 million in impact fees, and the management of all Developer Contribution Agreements related to impact fees. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Below Meets Exceeds standards standards Standards 1 2 3 F.5 The County Manager will work cooperatively with the Clerk of Courts on the preparation of the CAFR J.. and respond promptly and thoroughly to any issues raised bv the external auditors. Response: Continued to work on this relationship extremely hard this year. Have been thoroughly responsive to external audits, etc. Continued to work well with the Clerk's staff in the preparation, conduct, corrections, and future improvements to the annual CAFR process. Have attended every (6) Clerk audit meetings. Made comments on the 2007 CAFR, The CAFR process in 07 was significantly improved, more detailed, and more encompassing than past years, The Manager and Clerk staffs work together through every phase of the CAFR process. The Clerk's reluctance since 2005 to sign an adequate management letter has been largeiy overcome because of the recent court rulino in this reoard. J drn!:t.ti? r~ ~..y ~ 'k ~~/~ ,~k,~/~~~/~~~~ IX ~ ~ ...., ~' !k.~ L ~ ~)rl- wd/.,~ ~~ ~ ~ Page 190f43-tl C.pc5 kt~. ~~)~ . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 26 of 124 . h. County Barn Road - Project developed as "production ready" with construction deferral outside of five year work program with decision to 6- lane Santa Barbara extension and current funding constraints. I. Santa Barbara Blvd. - Santa Barbara Blvd 6 lane (Davis Blvd. to Copper Leaf Lane) Construction started Feb 06 and is on schedule for completion .11 in::rgu:tt.~ 6'YI ~ Below Meets Exceeds ~ M.d : stan:ardS stan~ardS stan;ardS 1.. Critical Utility Improvement Projects: a. South County Water Plant and Wellfield Expansion - South County Rcgiona\ Water Treatment Plant 12-MOD Reverse Osmosis Expansion- #1 PRIORITY for Water Department Director. Achieve substantial completion by February 1.2007 and final completion by August 2008. Substantial completion was attained as scheduled. All six skids are now operational as well as the odor control towers and de-gasifiers. Overall progress is continuing on schedule. .. b. North County Sewer Plant Alignment - Establishing a clear alignment of design intent. constructed/in placc infrastructure, on-going infrastructurc construction. and thc daily operations and maintcnance protocols and practices. Complete Capital Improvement Projects for both the South County Watcr Reclamation Facility (SCWRF) and the North County Water Reclamation Facility (NCWRF). - #1 PRIORITY for Waste Water Director. Ensure the construction is un-inhibited immediately following approval for the following projects: I) All SCWRF upgrades of the Operations room and expansion related projects for 16 MOD. and 2) All NCWRF facility improvements. sodium hypochlorite storage improvcments. solid stream improvements, and thc 24.1 MOD capacity expansion. On track per CIP, AUIR, and Master Plan. Work ordcr for N0I1h facility 30.6 MOD has been negotiated and approved by The Board and in the process of completing pre-design workshops with the dclivery team. } c. Wellfield Reliability and Expansion Program - Support thc Well field Program through improvements to existing water supply wells and active involvement in the conception and implemcntation of new water supply wells. Four casements already approved by the BCC and the 5'h eascment fiJr Tamiami well sites along Weber Blvd. will be submitted to the BCC for approval on Scptembcr 11.2007. Wells 34 and 37 are 100% designed. As of September 2007, bid process is underway. Page 30 of 43 ---.iI_.._~.___ Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 27 of 124 . · Rattlesnake Hammock Road (Polly-Collier Blvd.) . Golden Gate Interchange . lmtllokalee Road (US4l-1-75). I. 3.5 miles of existing landscaping and irrigation will be converted from potable water for irrigation to reuse water for irrigation; currently on schedule and within approved budget. . e. FPL and Collier Blvd, Greenway Projects - The FPL Greenway Project has signed and sealed construction-ready plans that are 100% complete. However, due to a lack of funding at t~if time, we do not exppct ~lgo- to construction in the foreseeable future. ~~ ~ p :> The Collier Blvd. Greenway Project; ~rst portion to be constructed is from ltllmokalee Road to Golden Gate Parkway. This section is currently under constmction along with the roadway segment in same area. · (US 41 to Davis Blvd) will be included in the roadway widening project for Collier Boulevard for the same segment. Construction is scheduled to begin in October 2007. . (Davis Boulevard to the Golden Gate Canal) includes the widening of the adjacent roadway as well, is currently under design. · (Golden Gate Boulevard to Pine Ridge Road) is under design. It will be included with the widening of Collier Boulevard in the same segment in early 2009. . (Golden Gate Main Canal to Green Boulevard) is currently being dcsigned to a 60% level and then the project will be let as a Design/Build project. Public Infonnation meeting scheduled for September 26,2007. f. Marco South/Caxambas Pass Beach Renourishment Project - Completed January 07. t.JW WfA ~;.;~~: g, Eagle Lakes Community Park - Completed May 07. h. Golden Gate Library - NTP granted July 2007, projected completion date August 08. 1. Marco Island Rose Hall Addition - On Hold. .I. South Regional Library. - Out to bid, contract is on the BCC agenda for September 11,2007 with a projected completion date of March 09. . k. Gordon River Water Quality Park - Renamed Freedom Park and the contract for constmction planned to be awarded September II, 2007. . City of Naples approval on March 21. 2007 . Project out to bid on July 2, 2007 . Bid opening held August 23, 2007 Page 33 of 43 , . . -) Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 28 of 124 Cnndudin!! Remarks: This has been an exceptionally challenging, and I believe, a very successful year. We have pushed this organization harder than I thought possible and they have responded magnificently. I lead a sensational team of top-notch professionals who strive to remain focused on performing their jobs with improved customer service results and consistently target getting their specific assignments done with utmost efficiency and effectiveness. We still need to continue to review and correct some of our business processes, workflows, project planning and organizations. In addition, we have a very aggressive agenda of new work ahead of us for the next 12 months. I hope that you have been able to see a change in how County Government is being managed. The staff has been encouraged by the Board's desire to make good decisions on behalf of the entire community and the willingness of all members to spend time learning the details of important issues to be better equipped to make decisions. While there are always things in retrospect that could have been done better, I would consider this to have been one of the most progressive years in this government's history. I hope that as you review my performance over this year, that I was able to "exceed your expectations" as the County Manager. Cnmmissioner's Comments: C->.? c A' C -' ~ / / t~t...-:L /( J.- j r ~(7t<-F Commissioners Su!!!!~tions for Improvement: ~ . -- ------- ~ _'>r_-/C A>/v/ -r-,,<)L~'- Prepared by: ~~ /// / ;k/O/ Page 43 of 43 . . . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 29 of 124 Addendum to Annual Evaluation for James Mudd, County Manager Commissioner's Comments: I want to commend you on another fine year. When I look back on where this county was six years ago and where it is today, the contrast is Ilmll";l1g. Six years ago, we bad no real direction, growth was overwhelming us, and needed infrastructure was either inadequate or outright fuiJing. Future requirements received only lip service. You and the management team you put in place have worked diligently and cooperatively with the Board of County Commissioners, and with real vision have implemented a program that has made Collier County the model community it is today. Collier County has moved to the furefront of the 66 counties in Florida. We are the envy oflIUUlY. Your leadership has been a key ingredient in our progress. You have real vision and solid perspective and demonstrate an understanding of the balance required between putting in place those projects and services which are visible to the populace and raise community standards and pride - Ianrl""-1lping, parks, government services - and those that are required to give our day to day lives solid underpinnings - roads and water and waste systems. You prioritize well and keep your eye on our bottom line. Whatever has been buih has been buih right - cost effectively and with an eye to the future. It is a pleasure to serve as a commissioner in a community that has put so much of value together in such a short period. I especially have appreciated your ability to make the required changes to respond to a drastically reduced budget this year. I know ofvery few management teams who could find a way to address an unplanned $45 million shortfull with so little visible impact on needed services and programs. Suggestions for improvement from my perspective center around assisting your staff to strike a better balance between serving the needs of the citizens and serving those of developers with regard to both new projects and requested changes in existing communities. Citizen perception, with which I am often furced to agree, sees relationships as out of balance with the benefits oflatitude more frequently given to developers than to ordinary citizens. Either the land development codes need to be WTitten in a clearer and more concise manner or latitude for interpretation by staff needs to be reduced. If this occurs, communities will be better protected from things like industrial protrusion into areas adjacent to residences and marinas will not appear in backwaters without citizen or commission input. Code enfurcement will be more even- handed. This is probably the single largest point of contention between our citizens and county government. Perhaps less input from developers and their counsels in the drafting of the codes would resuh in fewer loopholes and clearer guidelines. Thank you for your service. It is invaluable. It is a real pleasure to work with you. .... ~ , Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 30 of 124 LEADERSHIP I Below Meets Exceeds Standards Standards Standards ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTION 1 2 3 L.2 The County Manager will ensure that all 3 executive summary reports provided to the Board have soecific and clear recommendations. Response: Continued to reinforce a revised executive summary review process whereby the OMB and Clerk of Courts review for financial accuracy, the County Attorney authors the Legal Review/Consideration section and reviews for legal sufficiency, and the Deputy County Manager reviews as well as a separate review by the County Manager. All agendas are previewed and critiqued in full at Division Staff meetings prior to going to print, including potential legal issues with the attending County Attorney. The implemented electronic agenda system has reinforced reviews at every level of the organization. The upgrade to NOVUS didn't happen in 2007 as planned because the vendor is not currently upgrading their product. Plans are underway to replace this electronic agenda system in the Summer of 2008, The entire electronic agenda is on the countv weboaoe at least four davs prior to each meetina. LEADERSHIP I Below Meets Exceeds Standards StandardS Standards ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTION 1 2 3 L.3 The County Manager will provide opportunities for the Board of County Commissioners to discuss 3 and set proactive policy direction on key community issues. Response: A thorough set of 48 workshops and District town halls were developed to . provide an opportunity to discuss in depth the major issues facing the government, the.K" organization and the County. A strategic planning session was included as part of the workshop series. Each of these has provided the BCC with significantly improved opportunity to provide policy level direction. (See List of workshops at Tab 3). The BCes involvement with State and Federal issues has also significantly increased this year through heightened interaction with both our lobbyists to accomplish Collier County approved legislative priorities. ;:; I(,e,-I.IIL' ;/) ~ ;7JN/Y L-J(~a/t.~bPC' ?f!5) c..-- The following area of Personnel Management supports the Strategic Focus Area 6 - Local Governance - To sustain public trust & confidence in County government through sound public policy decisions, expert professional management and active citizen participation. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Below Meets Exceeds Standards Standards Standards 1 2 3 P.l The County Manager will ensure that the County follows the Board's established policies for the hiring 2.1 and manaaement of its employees. Page 8 of 43 . . . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 31 of124 J. Develop a comprehensive land use plan for the landfill property, locking it down for our future solid waste management needs. We will set in motion the comprehensive land use plan for the landfill following the November, 2006 BCC workshop, and lock down with both vision and a feasible strategy our methodologies (ends, ways and means) for the County's future solid waste disposal requirements. Response: Developed an "Integrated Solid Waste Management Solution" for the next 50 years and beyond that provides the best value for Collier County. Provided the Board of County Commissioners with a Solid Waste Workshop that outlined the County's "go- ahead plan" that supports the current Level of Service consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan as outlined in the AUIR and met the priorities of increased recycling, diversion and expansion of landfill airspace. December 5. 2006. Planning and Dcvclopment continue on thc Solid Waste Park (Section 25 Property North of the Landfill). The property is currently zoned for "solid waste" activities and a comprehensive Environmental Impact Study of the 365 acres has just been completed (June 12. 2(07) advising of limited activity of endangered or protected species. Conceptual plans are 95% developcd that will incorporate the core services outlined in the Integrated Solid Waste Management Strategy which include recycling and reuse facilities as wcll as staging areas for debris management and construction and demolition material recycling. With Board approval. permit application for the site development plan will begin in early spring of 200R. Below Standards 1 Exceeds Standards 3 Meets Standards 2 K. Address the Irrigation Quality Water Master Plan and Policy. Develop a policy to meet the growing demands for customer irrigation water needs. Rcsponsc: Details for an Irrigation Quality ([Q) Water Policy are bell1g finalized rcady tor BCe: approval. scheduled for October. The IQ Master Plan and IQ Rate Study are staged li)r executIOn following approval ofthe IQ Water policy. Below Standards 1 Exceeds Standards 3 Meets Standards 2 L Develop an overall, 20 year capital funding strategy involving cash, commercial paper, bonds, and SRF funding for water and sewer capital projects. Rcsponse: The model was updated for new inflation assumptions for the FYOR budget data. [t will be used to test the results clllTcncy of the rccent rate and fee studies. FY 07 Page 40 of 43 f /h6V 5 I< IL{ 0)7 ;-/, ';-1 I Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 32 of 124 RECEIVED OFFICE OF THE COUNTY MANAGER Sl:Y 1 9 2007 ACTION MEMORANDUM DATE: September 18, 2007 TO: Jim Mudd, County Manager FROM: Tom Henning, Vice-Chairman Commissioner, District 3 SUBJECT: Annual Evaluation Attached please find my evaluation for your performance, as requested. . Tom He g, Vice-Chairman Commissioner, District 3 TH:mst attachments Agenda Item NO~9 September 25, 2 - Page 33 of ~ EA(If M. RECIO COP) MemorandurrPF F TH (J( / To: RECEIVED SfP 0 7 2007 From: Goard of County Commission... Date: September 7, 2007 Subject: FY-07 Self Appraisal Attached you will find my Self Appraisal for FY-07. It was a challenging time and I believe that I, along with my staff, have met those challenges head on and have been quite successful. Please return your graded packets to me by September 18, so that I may consolidate the grades for presentation at the September 25, 2007 Board of County Commissioners meeting. If you would like to talk to me about this annual rating, please call my office to schedule a time for us to meet. Thank you for a great year. Office of the County Manager T Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 34 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007 ITEM SCORE COMMENTS c.t. I Your evaluation did not reach the commissioners in a timely manner; perhaps you need to change your contract language in order to fulfill that aspect (attachment A). C.2. I It is my opinion that the County Manager is not accessible to the general public. Specifically, on the County Manager's Homepage on the Collier County website, it clearly states "All inquiries to the County Manager should be directed to: John Torre, Communications and Customer Relations Director..... (attachment B). C.3. 1 L.t. 2 L.2, 1 In regards to all Executive Summaries checked for legal sufficiency, (attachment C) BCC Agenda March 13, 2007, item 10J; pulled from the consent agenda due to lack oflegal sufficiency. Also see attachment D: email from Jeff Klatzkow, Assistant County Attorney, to Joe Schmitt, CDES Administrator, advising him NOT to terminate a contract initiated by the BCC. However, Mr. Schmitt sent a letter to FDEP to terminate contract regardless oflegal advice. L.3. 2 P.t. 1 The Collier County Human Resources Policies and Procedures has been Revised on October I, 2003 and April I, 2006 - both times by the County Manager (attachment E). Therefore it's not the Board's established policy. P.2, 2 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 35 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 1007, page two G.t. 1 I find it strange that in this report the ORC comments from DCA are being, what seems, routinely handled in regard to the CIE (in a couple of months) yet before that simple process was allowed to take shape some staff members, who are obviously given their direction by others, trumped up the false concern over a moratorium and managed to needlessly upset thousands of citizens at a time when the economy was already disruptive and businesses were stressed to the maximum. This all could have been avoided had upper management preferred it to be. Additionally, the manner in which the moratorium was sprung unannounced and was not even vented in a stakeholder meeting prior to attempting to initialize it, is inconsistent with fair and honest public policy. How can anyone think that completing consistency reviews for 16 GMP amendments from 2005 in 2007 is something to list as an accomplishment.. . this is a failure. G.2. 2 G.3. J In regards to the County Manager streamlining the permitting process and the costs for building in Collier County, see attachment F, Naples Daily News Article "Jobs moving with local car business. I! G.4. 2 The majority of Advisory Committees and their efforts have been concentrated and emphasized in one Commissioner's district. This does not provide equality among the five commission districts. CP,J, J The recommendations for the proposed 2008 budget were to take 10 minion dollars out of the Transportation Capital Improvement Fund and 5 million out of the Stormwater Capital Improvement Fund and replace those funds with non-recurring funds. This is jeopardizing what I feel is the Board's r Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 36 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page three number one goal which is to provide a better transportation network throughout the county. Non-recurring funds are just that, there is no reassurance that they will be available in the future for these improvements. The Clerk has submitted his budget for 2008 confirming my concerns. Therefore, not only budget amendments will have to be made in the future, but this is not a balanced budget. CP.2. 2 Commissioner Coyle needs to be credited for spearheading the program to have the contractors attend the BCC meetings to update us on their specific projects. This holds the contractors more accountable for their work. CP.3. 1 Several key capital projects in Collier County have gone beyond months in delays, up to a year plus. This situation is embarrassing to this office; the directly-affected constituents and communities are extremely vocal to the Commissioners of their dissatisfaction and inconvenience in relation to these matters. Their perception is that this is not a public service; its service to the contractors. The way we do business in Capital Improvements MUST change. F.1. 2 F.2, 2 F,3. 1 See attached email, in part by Gary Mullee of Community Development and Environmental Services (attachment G). FA. 2 See attachment H, FY 2007-2008 Summary of Budget by Fund. F.5. 1 See attachment I: correspondence from KPMG. Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 37 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page four GOALS FOR FY 2007: ITEM SCORE COMMENTS 1. 3 The STEP UP program will be the most successful initiative in Collier County Government, in my opinion, due to the participation of Deb Wight and Kim Grant 2. 1 Lacking leadership. 3. 2 4. 2 5. 1 I have not seen where any meaningful accomplishments have been made on our Florida Legislative Priorities. 6. 1 7. 1 Some may interpret your briefing that you imply the Board approved more than one Commissioner travel to Washington DC (see attachment J), 8. Road Improvement Projects of Interest 1 VBR delays have cost the residents in time and inconvenience; the Overpass project went months beyond the scheduled completion date. 8. Critical Utility Improvement Projects 2 Too many change orders, driving up the costs of the Public Utilities Critical Key projects. 8. Public Safety Projects 2 The sheriff's substation in Golden Gate Estates was provided by the School Board (the utilities) and the Sheriffs agency (the structure). Nothing of this service center was provided by Collier County Government The County delays are due to the lack ofutility/sprinkIer system functions . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 38 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page five when this facility could be using a draft well for sprinkler system. 8. Other Significant County Projects 1 Manatee Community Park - the Commissioner for this district was excluded from the planning stages of this park. The Golden Gate Library - I personally had to prove the original design plans for the new library in order to get the larger square footage, for a library in a community in MOST need of such a program. 9.A. 1 FL Statute 163 provides for school concurrency. It mandates that public participation be part of the implementation of the plan however, I have not seen public participation. Therefore, I don't see how the BCC can adopt a plan without the stakeholders' input. 9.B. 1 I don't believe one's favorite political party should be part of the questioning of the Citizen Survey. The questions should be solely on the services and products that the Board provides. 9.C. 2 Steve Carnell and staff do an excellent job. 9.D. 2 9.E. 2 9.F. 2 9,G. 3 Collier County has an excellent Emergency Management Department/team. 9.H. 1 Projected numbers were not met. 9.1. 1 Goals not met. 9.J. 2 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 39 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page six 9.K. 3 I consider Beth Iohnssen's work in Public Utilities, specifically the IQ Water Policy efforts, to exceed expectations. 9.L. 2 9.M. 2 9.N. 1 9.0. 2 . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 40 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007 ITEM SCORE COMMENTS C.l. I Your evaluation did not reach the commissioners in a timely manner; perhaps you need to change your contract language in order to fulfill that aspect (attachment A). C.2. 1 It is my opinion that the County Manager is not accessible to the general public. Specifically, on the County Manager's Homepage on the Collier County website, it clearly states "All inquiries to the County Manager should be directed to: John Torre, Communications and Customer Relations Director..." (attachment B). C.3. 1 L.l. 2 L.2. I In regards to all Executive Summaries checked for legal sufficiency, (attachment C) BCC Agenda March 13, 2007, item 10J; pulled from the consent agenda due to lack oflegal sufficiency. Also see attachment D: email from Jeff Klatzkow, Assistant County Attorney, to Joe Schmitt, CDES Administrator, advising him NOT to terminate a contract initiated by the BCC. However, Mr. Schmitt sent a letter to FDEP to terminate contract regardless oflegal advice. L.3. 2 P.l. I According to FL Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners is the only body allowed to amend the Human Resources Hiring Policies and Procedures; however, the Collier County Human Resources Policies and Procedures has been Revised on October I, 2003 and April I , 2006 - both times by the County Manager (attachment E). P,2. 2 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 41 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page two G.t. 1 I find it strange that in this report the ORC comments from DCA are being, what seems, routinely handled in regard to the CIE (in a couple of months) yet before that simple process was allowed to take shape some staff members, who are obviously given their direction by others, trumped up the false concern over a moratorium and managed to needlessly upset thousands of citizens at a time when the economy was already disruptive and businesses were stressed to the maximum. This all could have been avoided had upper management preferred it to be. Additionally, the manner in which the moratorium was sprung unannounced and was not even vented in a stakeholder meeting prior to attempting to initialize it, is inconsistent with fair and honest public policy. How can anyone think that completing consistency reviews for 16 GMP amendments from 2005 in 2007 is something to list as an accomplishment... this is a failure. G.2. J.- G.3. 1 In regards to the County Manager streamlining the permitting process and the costs for building in Collier County, see attachment F, Naples Daily News Article "Jobs moving with local car business. " G.4. 2 The majority of Advisory Committees and their efforts have been concentrated and emphasized in one Commissioner's district. This does not provide equality among the five commission districts. CP.t. 0 The recommendations for the proposed 2008 budget were to take 10 million dollars out of the Transportation Capital Improvement Fund and 5 million out of the Capital Improvement Fund and replace those funds with non-recurring funds. This is jeopardizing what I feel is the Board's . Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 42 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page three number one goal which is to provide a better transportation network throughout the county. Non-recurring funds are just that, there is no reassurance that they will be available in the future for these improvements. The Clerk has submitted his budget for 2008 confirming my concerns. Therefore, not only budget amendments will have to be made in the future, but this is not a balanced budget. CP.2. 2 Commissioner Coyle needs to be credited for spearheading the program to have the contractors attend the BCC meetings to update us on their specific projects. This holds the contractors more accountable for their work. CP.3, 1 Several key capital projects in Collier County have gone beyond months in delays, up to a year plus. This situation is embarrassing to this office; the directly-affected constituents and communities are extremely vocal to the Commissioners of their dissatisfaction and inconvenience in relation to these matters. Their perception is that this is not a public service; its sCn'ice to the contractors. The way we do business in Capital Improvements MUST change. F.1. 2 F.2. 2 F.3. 1 See attached email provided by Gary Mullee of Community Development and Environmental Services (attachment G). FA. 2 See attachment H, FY 2007-2008 Summary of Budget by Fund. F.5. 1 See attachment I: correspondence from KPMG. Agenda Item No. 9F September 25. 2007 Page 43 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page four GOALS FOR FY 2007: ITEM SCORE COMMENTS 1. 3 The STEP UP program will be the most successful initiative in Collier County Government, in my opinion, due to the participation of Deb Wight and Kim Grant. 2. 1 Lacking leadership. 3. 2 4. 2 5. 1 I have not seen where any meaningful accomplishments have been made on our Florida Legislative Priorities. 6. 1 I have not seen anything favorable come out of the SB360 Glitch Bill. 7. 1 Some may interpret your briefing that you imply the Board approved more than one Commissioner travel to Washington DC (see attachment J). 8. Road Improvement Projects ofInterest 1 VBR delays have cost the residents in time and inconvenience; the Overpass project went months beyond the scheduled completion date. 8. Critical Utility Improvement Projects 2 Too many change orders, driving up the costs of the Public Utilities Critical Key projects. 8. Public Safety Projects 2 The sheriff's substation in Golden Gate Estates was provided by the School Board (the utilities) and the Sheriff's agency (the structure). Nothing of this service center was provided by Collier County Government. The County delays are due to the lack ofutility/sprinkler system functions T Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 44 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page five when this facility could be using a draft well for sprinkler system. 8. Other Significant County Projects 1 Manatee Community Park - the Commissioner for this district was excluded from the planning stages of this park. The Golden Gate Library - I personally had to prove the original design plans for the new library in order to get the larger square footage, for a library in a community in MOST need of such a program. 9.A. 1 FL Statute 163 provides for school concurrency. It mandates that public participation be part of the implementation of the plan however, I have not seen public participation. Therefore, I don't see how the BCC can adopt a plan without the stakeholders' input. 9.B, 1 I don't believe one's favorite political party should be part of the questioning of the Citizen Survey. The questions should be solely on the services and products that the Board provides. 9,C. 2 Steve Carnell and staff do an excellent job. 9.D. 2 9.E. 2 9.F. 2 9.G. 3 Collier County has an excellent Emergency Management Department/team. 9.H. 1 Projected numbers were not met. 9.1. 1 Goals not met. 9.J. 2 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 45 of 124 County Manager Jim Mudd Annual Evaluation 2007, page six 9,1(. 3 I consider Beth Johnsson's work in Public Utilities, specifically the IQ Water Policy to exceed expectations. 9.L. 2 9,M. 2 9.N. 1 9.0. 2 r --. Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 46 of 124 successive weeks beyond any accrued leave, Employer shall have the option to teIIninate this Agreement, subject to the severance pay requirements of Section 4. Section 7: Salarv A. Employer agrees to pay Employee for his services rendered pursuant hereto an annual base salary of $150,000.00 payable in bi-weekly installments. B. Employer and Employee shall negotiate in good faith to establish, within one hundred and twenty (120) days after execution of this Agreement, a performance based merit system through which the Employee shall be eligible for a merit adjustment upon the successful completion of measurable goals and objectives to be completed or attained by the Employee during the 2003 fiscal year and each fiscal year thereafter during the term of this Agreement. Such annual performance based merit adjustment shall not exceed a maximum of ten p~rcent (10%) of the Employee's annual base salary. The minimum increase for satisfactory performance under such performance based merit system will equal the average percentage salary adjustment provided to all County employees for the given fiscal year or three percent (3%) whichever is greater. All such merit adjustments shall be included in the Employee's base salary. c. On the date that general wage adjustments (i.e., cost of living adjustments, special study pay adjustments, etc.) are granted generally to Collier County employees, Employee's base salary shall be modified to reflect the general wage adjustment granted to other County employees. Section 8: Performance Evaluation The Employer shall review and evaluate the performance of the Employee in accordance with the performance-based merit system as provided in Section 7. Written evaluations based on said performance system will be provided by each County Commissioner to Employee prior to September 1, 2003, and prior to each September 1st thereafter for the term of this Agreement. A summary of all evaluations will be prepared by the Board Chair for the Board and Employee including the recommended merit wage adjustment. A merit system wage adjustment will take effect on October 1, 2003 and each October 1st thereafter for the term of this Agreement. An updated performance merit system for Employee will be developed in good faith between the Board of County Commissioners and Employee and adopted by the Board prior to October 1st of each fiscal year for implementation in the next fiscal year. . Page 4 of9 Collier County: Contact the County Manager AgendaI!llglllil~19t September 25, 2007 Page 47 of 124 ! 0 County Manager's Office L__ I i , i Contact the County Manager , !------ ~lIlnqUlrleS to the County Manager should be directed to: , John Torre - Communication and Customer Relations Director I 13301 E. Tamlaml Trail :Naples, FL 34112 !Tel. (239) 774-8848 , I i ~ - .III!H!.'.....__-"""t .. - http://colliergov .net/I ndex.aspx ?page=99 9/13/2007 f Agenda Item No. 9F September 25. 2007 Agendaltf~~04~&e224 March 13, 2007 Page t of 16 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the submission of a State Revolving Fund low-interest Construction Loan Application and authorizing the Loan Agreement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for Collier Couuty's South County Regional Water Treatment Plaut (SCRWTP) 20 Million Gallons Per Day (MGD) Wellfield Expansion. Project No. 708921. OBJECTIVE: The public purpose is to expand the SCRWTP Wellfield to supply the raw water necessary for the 12 MOD Reverse Osmosis Expansion currently under construction. This action request is to allow the County to obtain a State Revolving Fund (SRF) low-interest Construction Loan for this project. CONSIDERATIONS: On July 25, 2006, Agenda Item 10 P; the Board of County Commissioners awarded contact #06-3992 to John Reynolds & Sons Inc., for the construction of the SCRWTP 20 MGD Wellfield Expansion project #708921. The Project is included in the 2005 Water Master Plan Update. Collier County is seeking a SRF low-interest Construction Loan from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) in the amount of$6l,\75,799 excluding the capitalized interest and service fee amount to finance this project. These funds will be used for the construction of the SCRWTP 20 MOD Wellfield Expansion project #708921. The FDEP has added this project to the Fiscal Year 2006 fundable portion of the SRF Priority list as a result of the October 25, 2006 Public Hearing held by the Department. The County is now in the position to authorize the submission ofthe SRF Loan Application and execute the Loan agreement for this project. FISCAL IMPACT: The SCRWTP 20 MOD Wellfield Expansion project #70892\ is consistent with the FY07 Capital Budget approved by the Board of County Commissioners on September 2\,2006. This SRF loan is the permanent financing mechanism for this project. The SRF Loan amount excluding capitalized interest and service fee is $6\,175,799. The estimate of the capitalized interest and service fee is $2,682,253. This loan amount includes $47,958,450 in construction cost, $2,397,923 for contingency, $7,\93,768 in technical services along with administrative and engineering allowance of $3,625,659, The financing rate of this loan is 2.51 %. The anticipated annual loan repayment is $4,080,675 over a 20-year loan cycle. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMP ACT: This project meets current Growth Management Plan Standards to ensure the adequacy and availability of viable public facilities, RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Board of County Commissioners, as the Ex-officio Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District adopt the attached Resolution to authorize submission of the SRF Loan Application and allow the County Manager or his designee to sign the application. Prepared by: Phil Oramatges, Principal Project Manager, Public Utilities Engineering. Agendaft!lge mJllIlftJ!' September 25, 2007 Page 49 of 124 henning_t From: KlatzkowJeff Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 11:08 AM To: SchmittJoseph Cc: weigeLd; PettitMichael Subject: Termination of Interlocal Agreement Joe: This is in response to your RLS in which you asked this Office whether you have the authority to terminate a June 26, 2001 Interlocal Agreement with the Department of Environmental Protection. For the reasons set forth below, although it can be argued that the Board delegated you this power, my strong recommendation is that you take this matter to the Board with a recommendation that the Board terminate the Agreement. The Agreement is by and between Collier County and the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Paragraph 6 of the Agreement provides as follows: "In the event of one party's failure to fulfill any of its obligations under this Agreement, then the other party may immediately terminate this Agreement at any time, Either party may also terminate this Agreement after providing written notice of its intent to terminate at least sixty (60) calendar days in advance of the date of termination. In addition, the terminating party must also provide the non- terminating party an opportunity to consult with the terminating party regarding the reason(s) for termination. In the event the Agreement is terminated, any unexpended funds remaining after the final payment to the employees must be returned to the County." Paragraph 9 of the Agreement designates you as the "manager for this Agreement," with "All matters pertaining to the administration of this Agreement" to be directed to you "for appropriate action or disposition." My view is that the Agreement designates you as the point person for the day-to-day administration of the matters contemplated by this Agreement. A broad view of this would be that this would include termination. I believe, however, that termination of an Agreement is not a day-to-day administrative function. I am also of the belief that since it was the Board that entered into the Agreement on staff's recommendation, it ought to be the Board's decision whether to terminate the Agreement based on staff's recommendation. Prior to going to the Board, you may wish to consult with the DEP regarding the reasons for the termination. Unless there are good reasons for an immediate termination, the recommendation to the BCC should be that the termination be effective 60 days following written notice by the Board of the termination. The agenda package should contain a proposed termination letter to be signed by the Chairman of the Board. DEP should be given sufficient written notice of the agenda item to allow them the opportunity to come before the Board. Feel free to call me to discuss. Jeffrey A. Klatzkow Managing Assistant County Attorney 9/13/2007 . COMMUNIlY DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Office of the Administrator 2800 N. Horseshoe Drive' Naples, Florida 34104.239-403-2385. FAX 239-403-2395 Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 AgencflCltlllrlilii@.! 1I~ April 24, 2007 Page 27 of 27 r AprlI6,2007 Gordon Romeis Department of Environmental Protection South District Office P.O. Box 2549 Ft. Myers, FL 33902-2549 . RE: Collier County - DEP Intergovemmental Agreement Dear Mr. Romeis: I regret to inform you, due to our business volume clecreasing I no longer WIll be able to financially support the two positions that are currently staffed at Community Development & Environmental Services Division (CDES) on Horseshoe Drive. In reference to the intertocal agreement, paragraph 6 I am providing written notice within the (60) sixty day time frame of the effective termination date. Effective as of October 1, 2007. CDES will no longer provide funding for these positions. I realize that this is a valuable service for the residents of Collier County and if you wish to continue the staffing of these positions in Coltier County, I wilt provide the needed office space. One other option that I intend to pursue Is to ask our Board of County Commissioners if they would approve the assessment of a fee for these services. If the Board approves an applicable fee, CDES will continue to fund these positions. I intend to schedule this issue as an item of discussion in the April 24, 2007 Board of County Commissioners agenda. I will advise you of the results. c a;. Sincerely, , oseph K. Schmitt. Administrator . ommunity Development and Environmental ServK:es JKSljmp cc: James V. Mudd, County Manager Gary Mullee, CDES Operations Support Manager Bill Hammond, Director, Building Review & Permitting ( c 7~. l C oj .. c . ~ . y ..... Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 51 of 124 OFFICE OF THE COUNTY MANAGER ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE CMA# 5385 SUBJECT: Recruitment and Selection Effective Date: February 25, 1999 (Revised: October 1,2001; Revise etober I, 2003; Revised April 1, 2006) A. PURPOSE: The purpose of this Instruction is to provide for the implementation of a Recruitment and Selection procedure authorized by the County Manager. B. CONCEPT: It is the practice of the County to attract and retain employees on the basis of their skills, aptitudes, experience, development, perfonnance, potential, and education and training as prescribed in the job description of each job classification. It is the practice of the County to offer equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard to race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, disability, or marital status. The Human Resources Department is responsible for the coordination of all aspects of the employment process including recruitment, selection, placement, promotion, transfer, recall of employees, and communication with job applicants. 1. Personnel Requisition: a) Requests to fill all vacancies, including any regular, temporary, full or part-time position, shall be made to the Human Resources Department utilizing a Personnel Requisition. b) Posting language must be submitted with the Personnel Requisition for each vacancy. c) Temporary Help Requisitions (1) Temporary assistance may be required for short periods of time to handle workloads during peak periods of high volume, extended absences, or other emergencies. (2) All temporary help must be requested on a "Request for Temporary Employee" fonn. (3) Wherever possible, temporary employees wil1 be chosen from a pool of available workers in the Job Bank established by the Human Resources Department. If Job Bank workers are unavailable for assignment, departments will need to seek workers from outside agencies. (4) Individual departments are responsible to procure, continn and schedule temporary staff from approved outside agencies. 2. Recruitment: a) Upon receipt of a properly completed Personnel Requisition approved by the Human Resources Director, the Human Resources Department will maintain the requisite documentation for the requested position. This infonnation will include: .... Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 52 of 124 (1) Position Requisition (2) Posting Language (3) Related Correspondence b) Posting Bulletin (I) The Human Resources Department will prepare the Posting Bulletin, which is utilized to announce job vacancies. It shall be available on the County-wide Web, the Internet and by hard copy. (2) Posting Bulletins shall be posted in a prominent place in all designated County facilities. Each Division Administrator will be responsible for making the Posting Bulletin available to the employees within hislher division. A mailing list of outside recruiting contacts will be maintained for further distribution of Posting Bulletins. (3) "Jobs Available Hotline" will be available to the public and all employees to call for recorded announcements of vacancies. This recording will be updated regularly. c) Career Development Opportunities for Employees (1) In order to allow opportunities for career development and growth, qualifying, regular full-time and regular part-time employees are considered exclusively during the Internal Posting Period and will be given preference throughout the entire selection process. This Internal Posting Period may be waived at the discretion of the hiring Department. (2) Current employees interested in applying for positions outside their own department must be in their present position a minimum of six (6) months and have met or exceeded performance standards on their most recent performance evaluation to receive employee preference during the Internal Posting Period. If an employee is applying for a position within his or her department, the above prerequisites are waived. The Department Director and Division Administrator may approve exceptions, with concurrence from the Human Resources Director. a. Interested internal candidates (any regular full- or part-time employee who has completed their probationary period, or Job Bank employee who has been employed six months or greater is considered internal) must complete an Internal Application. This application must be submitted to the Human Resources department for consideration. b. Employees may apply for more than one internal posting at any given time. Agenda Item No. 9F September 25, 2007 Page 53 of 124 OFFICE OF THE COUNTY MANAGER ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE c. Pre-screening for minimum qualifications and eligibility requirements will be completed by the hiring Department. Employees who meet the minimum qualifications and eligibility criteria shall be granted an interview for the vacant position. d. Recommendations to fill a position will not be made until the Posting Period has ended. The posting period will be a minimum of seven calendar days. Exceptions to the posting period may be granted by the Director, Human Resources or by the Office of the County Manager. (3) Eligible County employees will be utilized to fill current positions whenever possible ifthey possess the requisite skills, knowledge and aptitude for the vacant position. d) Advertisement: (I) Position vacancies shall, when appropriate, be advertised in a local newspaper of general circulation. The Human Resources Director may also give public notice ofvacaneies through radio, television, the Posting Bulletin or through other appropriate means of advertising necessary to ensure a sufficient pool of qualified applicants. (2) All advertisements posted in external publications are to be coordinated through the Human Resources Recruitment Generalist. (3) Other departments will be required to pay for their advertisements for recruitment efforts. Such situations will be coordinated with the recruiting department prior to placement of the advertisement(s). (4) All advertising will include a statement that the County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, provides a drug-free workplace, and provides for veterans preference for eligible positions. 3. Application for Employment: a) Applications/resumes for vacant positions will be accepted by the Human Resources Department during regular business hours for authorized posted positions u