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Agenda 10/09/2007 R COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD (CRAB) AGENDA October 9, 2007 9:00 AM Jim Coletta, BCC Chairman, District 5; CRAB Vice-Chairman Tom Henning, BCC Vice- Chairman, District 3 Donna Fiala, BCe Commissioner, District 1; CRAB Chairman Frank Halas, BCC 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 11 1. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE A. Pastor Craig Nelson, East Naples United Methodist Church 2. AGENDA AND MINUTES A. Approval of today's regular, consent and summary agenda as amended. (Ex Parte Disclosure provided by Commission members for consent and summary agenda.) B. September 6, 2007 - BCC/Budget Hearing C. September 11, 2007. BCC/Regular Meeting D. September 12, 2007 - BCC/Regular-Carryover of September 11, 2007 BCC Meeting 3. SERVICE AWARDS: (EMPLOYEE AND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS) A. Advisory Committee Service Awards 5 Years Fire Chief Jim McEvoy. Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council Jack Markel - Utility Authority 4. PROCLAMATIONS A. Proclamation for Tom Kuck Recognition Day October 9th to be accepted by Tom Kuck. B. Proclamation for Bipolar Disorder Awareness Day to be accepted by Nancy Schultz, President of NAMI Collier County and Kathryn Hunter, Executive Director of NAMI Collier County C. Proclamation for Put The Brakes On Fatalities Day To be accepted by: Lt. Paul France, Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Harold Minch, Collier County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Chris Gonzalez, Collier County Sheriff's Office Lt. Greg Gaffney, Naples Police & Emergency Services Department Bob Tipton, Director, Traffic Operations Gene Calvert, Director, Stormwater Management Norman Feder, Administrator, Transportation Services Division Jay Ahmad, Director, Transportation Engineering and Construction Management John Vliet, Superintendent, Road & Bridge Maintenance D. Proclamation for National 4-H Week to be accepted by: Chelsea Ward, President of 4-H County Council 5. PRESENTATIONS A. Recommendation to recognize Joel HOllocher, Risk Analyst, Risk Management Department, as Employee of the Month for September 2007. B. Presentation for the Waste Reduction Awards Program (WRAP) to recognize The Conservancy of Southwest Florida for their efforts to contribute to the greater good of all of Collier County by helping to prolong the usable life of the Collier County Landfill, by reducing their solid waste stream through an enhanced recycling program. C. Presentation by Clarence Tears, Director, Big Cypress Basin, on improvements made following Tropical Storm Ernesto. D. Poole and Kent Contractor presentation regarding the South County Regional Water Treatment Plant Expansion Project. 2 of 11 6. PUBLIC PETITIONS A. Public petition request by Roberto Leon to discuss property at 1071 16th Street N.E. and the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension. B. Public petition request by Kenneth Thompson to address lack of communication between Code Enforcement and the public. C. Public petition request by Tim Barone to discuss impact fees at the Wolfe Apartments, 4590, 4610,4630,4650 16th Place SW, Naples, FL 34116. Item 7 and 8 to be heard no sooner than 1:00 p.rn.. unless otherwise noted. 7. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS 8. ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS A. This item to be heard at 1:00 p.m. Petition: CU-2005-AR-8748, Ashraf Fawzy, represented by Wayne Arnold, AICP, of Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A., requesting approval of a Conditional Use in the Rural Agricultural (A) zoning district to excavate in excess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aquaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district, per Section 2.04.03 Table 2 of the Land Development Code (LDC). The subject property, consisting of approximately 15.08 acres, is located at 2060 Tobias Street, in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, Collier County, Florida. 9. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A. Appointment of member to the Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committee. B. Appointment of member to the Collier County Health Facilities Authority. C. Appointment of member to the Industrial Development Authority. D. Appointment of member to the Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee. E. Appointment of member to the Black Affairs Advisory Board. F. Appointment of member to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board. 10. COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT A. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners continue to uphold the prohibition relative to the severance of Transfer of Development Right (TDR) credits from illegal nonconforming lots or parcels (properties of record that were established after October 14, 1974) within the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District (RFMUD) Sending Land. (Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, Community Development & Environmental Services Division). B. Recommendation to clarify the intent of the Board of County Commissioners as to the character of the real property interest identified as Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804 which are necessary for the construction of Phase 1-B South of the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project (LASIP) and amend Resolution No. 2007-89, thereby authorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804. (Capital Improvement Element No. 291, Project No. 51101). The cost to acquire a fee simple interest in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804, as opposed to a drainage easement only, is estimated to add $25,500 to the original LASIP Phase 1 B easement acquisition cost estimate of $1 ,838,000. (Norman Feder, Transportation Services Administrator) 3 of 11 C. Recommendation to adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of the fee simple and those perpetual and temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Everglades Boulevard (Phase 1), and authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of the fee simple interests necessary for the construction of stormwater retention and treatment ponds required for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from West of Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard. (Phases 1 and 2.) (Project No. 60040.) Estimated fiscal impact: $18,411,297.00. (Norman Feder, Transportation Services Administrator) D. Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4130 to Mitchell & Stark Construction Co., Inc., in the base bid amount of $2,634,639 for Project 70158, the construction of Tamiami reliability wells numbers 34 & 37 and the replacement of raw water pipelines; authorize the Chairman to sign the contract after approval by the County Attorney's Office and receipt of final written authorization by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP); and, to authorize the County Manager or his designee to carry out responsibilities under the FDEP Low Interest State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan Program. (Jim DeLony, Public Utilities Administrator) E. To Provide status of efforts to resolve mineral rights issue, directional drilling update and to recommend that the Board of County Commissioners extends the termination date of the Starnes Contract for Purchase in the Conservation Collier Program for 60 days. (Alex SUlecki, Principal Environmental Specialist) F. Recommend approval of the FY 08 Tourism Strategic Marketing Plan developed by tourism staff and Paradise Advertising and Marketing, Inc. ($2,402,500) (Jack Wert, Tourism Director) G. Recommendation to award Contract #07- 4182, Chiller Plant Renovation to Kraft Construction Company, Inc. for the modifications and additions to the existing chiller plant, project 52533, in the amount of $1,739,000. (Hank Jones, Senior Project Manager) H. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution authorizing the borrowing of an amount not to exceed $7,975,000 from the Pooled Commercial Paper Loan Program of the Florida Local Government Finance Commission pursuant to the loan agreement between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission in order to finance a portion of the construction of the Emergency Services Complex; authorizing the execution of a loan note or notes to evidence such borrowing; agreeing to secure such loan note or notes with a covenant to budget and appropriate legally available nonaad valorem revenues as provided in the loan agreement; authorizing the execution and delivery of such other documents as may be necessary to effect such borrowing; and providing an effective date. (Project 52160) (Skip Camp, Director, Facilities Management) I. Recommendation to approve the projects identified below for SAP integration services from Labyrinth Solutions, Inc. d/b/a LSI Consulting for approximately $1.7M plus travel expenses, and to amend Contract No. 07-4092 SAP Upgrade Project with Labyrinth Solutions, Inc. d/b/a LSI Consulting with Exhibit A.l, Amendment #1. (Len Price, Administrative Services Administrator) J. Authorize a request from the Collier County Department of Emergency Management in conjunction with the County Attorneys Office to develop a fee structure for reviewing emergency plans, site development plans and recovering cost for extended emergency responses and certain training programs. (Dan Summers, Emergency Management Director) K. Obtain Board of County Commissioner authorization to modify the late fees assessed to the Public for Rental Registration. (Joe Schmitt, Community Development Administrator) L. Report and Ratify Staff-Approved Change Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board- Approved Contracts. (Steve Carnell, Purchasing Department Director) 4 of 11 11. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON GENERAL TOPICS 12. COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT 13. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 14. AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 15. STAFF AND COMMISSION GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS ~~----_._------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16. CONSENT AGENDA - All matters listed under this item are considered to be routine and action will be taken by one motion without separate discussion of each item. If discussion is desired by a member of the Board, that item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. A. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 1. Recommendation to Endorse Code Enforcement Board and Special Magistrate Rules and Regulations. 2. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 2. 3. Recommendation to approve final approval of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 3. 4. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Cedar Hammock, Tract F-4. 5. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 6. 6. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Pine Ridge Middle School. 7. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the sewer utility facility for Lely Elementary School. 8. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1. (lA.l & lA-2) 9. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1. (lA & lA-4) 10. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1. (lA-3) 11. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 4. B. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1. Approve the purchase of 2.50 acres of improved property which is required for road right-of- way for the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Project. Project No. 60168 (fiscal impact: $431,713.00) 5 of 11 2. Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4167 Purchase of Iimerock and fill material, fixed term contract for the estimated annual amount of $500,000 to APAC, Inc., Florida Dirt Source, Florida Rock Industries Inc. 3. Recommendation to grant a Deed of Conservation Easement to the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) for the Freedom Park a.k.a. the Gordon River Water QualityPark in Collier County, Florida. 4. Approve the purchase of 2.5 acres of improved property which is required for road right-of-way for the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Project. Project No. 60168. (Fiscal Impact: $430,000) C. PUBLIC UTILITIES 1. Recommendation to approve award of bid 07-4189 in the amount of $734,000 to Douglas N Higgins for Master Pump Stattion 316 Improvements, Project 72546 and Project 73970. 2. Recommendation to approve award of bid 07-4190 in the amount of $784,000 to Douglas N Higgins for the Master Pump Station 318 Improvements, Project 72546 & Project 73970. 3. Recommendation to approve a Florida Innovative Waste Reduction and Recycling Grants contract in the amount of $78,500 with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund the Collier County School Beverage Container Recycling Challenge grant and the necessary budget amendment to allow the processing of this grant. 4. Recommendation to approve a Florida Innovative Waste Reduction and Recycling Grants contract in the amount of $79,732 with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund the Collier County seasonal and year-round business How to Recycle videos and approve the budget amendment to allow the processing of this grant. 5. Receive approval for the donation of bottled water for Collier County Government or Collier County Water-Sewer District sponsored events in the estimated amount of $5,000 annually. 6. Recommendation to approve an Interlocal Agreement for reconstruction of the existing interconnect between the Collier County Water-Sewer District and Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc to provide for reverse potable water flows at Bonita Springs Utilities expense, to provide for the design and construction of a second interconnect, at a location to be determined, at the expense of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, and to establish rates for usage of potable water. D. PUBLIC SERVICES 1. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Release relating to a Declaration of Restrictions recorded in error against property located at 5249 Hardee Street. 2. Recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners to accept the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program grant award, recognize revenue in the amount of $67,313. 3. Recommend that the Board of County Commissioners approve and authorize its Chairman to sign Amendment Number 1 to the 2007 North Jetty Doctors Pass Tourism Agreement between Collier County and the City of Naples providing for a one (1) year time extension: additional funding totaling $6,772 and approval of all necessary Budget Amendments. 4. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 37, Trail Ridge. 6 of 11 5. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 38, Trail Ridge. 6. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 39, Trail Ridge. 7. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 40, Trail Ridge. 8. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 41, Trail Ridge. 9. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 42, Trail Ridge. 10. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 129, Trail Ridge. 11. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 167, Trail Ridge. 12. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner~occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 171, Trail Ridge. 13. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 172, Trail Ridge. 14. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 173, Trail Ridge. 15. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 174, Trail Ridge. 16. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 175, Trail Ridge. 7 of 11 17. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc. (Developer) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 176, Trail Ridge. 18. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Freeman & Freeman Inc (DEVELOPER) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 138, Block D, Arrowhead Reserve at Lake Trafford Phase Two. 19. This item continued from the September 25,2007 BCC Meeting. 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. 20. This item continued from the September 25, 2007 BCC Meeting. 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 home buyer education and one.to~one counseling for potential new homebuyers. 21. Recommend approval of FDEP Amendment No.2 to Cost Share Contract No. 05COl and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign this amendment and any subsequent amendments to this Agreement for additional funding with Florida Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Beaches and Coastal Systems for the construction and monitoring of the City of Naples/Collier County Beach Renourishment Project No. 905271. 22. Recommendation to accept the Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant in the amount of $200,000 between Collier County Board of County Commissioners and the United States Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women and approve the necessary budget amendment to recognize the revenue. E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1. Approve Deductive Change Order No. 10 in the amount of ($1,660,798.00) for direct purchase of materials for the Construction Manager at Risk for the Courthouse Annex Project, Contract No. 04-3576. 2. Recommendation to approve a Frequency Recongifuration Agreement (FRA) between Collier County and Sprint Nextel. 3. Recommendation to award RFP #06-3971S Annual Contract for General Contractors Services on an as-needed basis, to the following firms: Bradanna, Inc.; Brooks & Freund, LLC; Surety Construction Company: Wright Construction Group, Inc. and Zurqui Construction Service, Inc. (Estimated value of $600,000) 4. Recommendation to approve a resolution authorizing the Human Resources Department to host an Employee Book Fair and to use the associated 10% rebate for Employee Recognition Initiatives. 5. Recommendation to reject all responses to Bid #07-4126, Safety Equipment and Supplies. 8 of 11 F. COUNTY MANAGER 1. Recommendation to approve a Florida Emergency Medical Services County Grant Application, Grant Distribution Form and Resolution for Training and Medical/Rescue Equipment and Supplies in the amount of $157,253.00 and to approve a Budget Amendment to appropriate additional grant funds in the amount of $57,253.00 which is the difference between the $100,000.00 budgeted for FY 08 and the $157,253.00 deemed by the State of Florida as the grant award. 2. Recommendation to approve an Agreement between Collier County and the Florida Division of Emergency Management accepting $105,806 for Emergency Management Program Enhancement. 3. Recommend approval of Contract Amendment #1 for Contract #06-4007 with Paradise Advertising and Marketing, Inc. to increase the County Museum advertising budget to the amount of $120,000 and authorize the County Manager or his designee to execute Contract Amendment #1. G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1. Recommendation that the Collier County Board of County Commissioners approve a budget amendment in the amount of $29,800.00 to fund the increased cost of construction for Taxiway C at the Immokalee Regional Airport. H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1. Commissioner Fiala requests Board approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the East Naples Civic Association's Monthly Luncheon for September 2007 on September 20th, 2007 at Carrabba's Restaurant; $21.00 to be paid from Commissioner Fiala's travel budget. 2. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Collier County Bar Association Annual Dinner in honor of The Florida Second District Court of Appeals, October 4, 2007 at the Port Royal Club. $60.00 to be paid from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. 3. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Participating in the Migrant Matrix IV: A map to decipher farm worker services and regulations on October 4, 2007 at the Immokalee Sports Club. $25.00 to be paid from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. 4. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the NAACP Annual Awards Ceremony in honor of local organizational NAACP founders, September 29, 2007 at the Naples Hilton and Towers. $75.00 to be paid from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. 5. Commissioner Coletta requests approval for reimbursement for attending a function serving a valid public purpose. Commissioner paid in advance to attend the Final Weed and Seed Steering Committee Luncheon on September 20, 2007 and is requesting reimbursement in the amount of $20.00, to be paid from his travel budget. I. MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE 1. To file for record with action as directed. 9 of 11 J. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 1. To obtain Board approval for disbursements for the period of September 15, 2007 through September 21, 2007 and for submission into the official records of the Board. 2. To obtain Board approval for disbursements for the period of September 22, 2007 through September 28, 2007 and for submission into the official records of the Board. K. COUNTY ATTORNEY 1. Recommendation to approve a Stipulated Final Judgment for Parcel 103 in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. Pelican Marsh Community Development District, Case No. 04-1532-CA (Vanderbilt Beach Road Project No. 63051). (Fiscal Impact $1,604.05) 2. Board approval of Addendum to County Attorney Employment Agreement providing for a 120 day extension to the term of employment. 3. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners authorize Municipal Code Corporation to provide monthly electronic updates to the Code of Laws and Ordinances and the Land Development Code and to modify the proof requirement for the Land Development Code. 17. SUMMARY AGENDA - THIS SECTION IS FOR ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS AND MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: 1) A RECOMMENDATION FOR APPROVAL FROM STAFF; 2) UNANIMOUS RECOMMENDATION FOR APPROVAL BY THE COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OR OTHER AUTHORIZING AGENCIES OF ALL MEMBERS PRESENT AND VOTING; 3) NO WRITTEN OR ORAL OBJECTIONS TO THE ITEM RECEIVED BY STAFF, THE COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION, OTHER AUTHORIZING AGENCIES OR THE BOARD, PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE BCC MEETING ON WHICH THE ITEMS ARE SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD; AND 4) NO INDIVIDUALS ARE REGISTERED TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THE ITEM. FOR THOSE ITEMS, WHICH ARE QUASI-JUDICIAL IN NATURE, ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE SWORN IN. A. Petition: SV-2007-AR-11349, Bre LQ FL Properties, LLC, represented by Robert D. Pritt of Roetzel & Andress, LPA, is requesting a Variance from the maximum 12 square-foot area requirement for off-premises directional signs to replace an existing directory sign that was damaged by hurricane Wilma with a new off-premises directional LaQuinta Inn & Suites sign. The proposed sign would be located at 185 Bedzel Circle, in Section 34, Township 49 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. B. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. VA-2007-AR-11703 Kurt Lutgert, represented by Q Grady Minor, and Richard D. Yovanovich, Esquire, Goodlette Coleman and Johnson, P.A., requests a variance to legitimize the legally-constructed non-conformities and permit a minor additional encroachment along the front of the home to enclose and modernize the carport as a standard two-car garage. The applicant would like to enclose the carport, and expand the width of the home alone the east side of the property to the current side setback requirement of 7.5 feet. An addition was added to the original home on the northwest side and, although it was legally permitted, the current survey indicates a 1.5-foot encroachment into the required front yard. The subject property is located at 180 Channel Drive, Conner's Vanderbilt Beach Estates subdivision, Section 29, Township 48 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. 10 of 11 C. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners adopt an Ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 2003-14 relating to mandatory street numbering of all structures and the establishing of a grid pattern for street numbering and replacing the repealed text with provisions that provide for clarification of administrative processes and procedures, eliminating potential for the duplication of addresses, street names, developments and subdivisions and providing improvements to the public notification process as previously directed by the Board of County Commissioners. 18. ADJOURN INQUIRIES CONCERNING CHANGES TO THE BOARD'S AGENDA SHOULD BE MADE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE AT 774-8383. 11 of 11 AGENDA CHANGES BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING October 9. 2007 Withdraw Item 6B: Public Petition request by Kenneth Thompson to address lack of communication between Code Enforcement and the public. (Petitioner's request.) Item 8A continued to the October 23. 2007 BCC meetinq: (Note that this item should have included the following: "This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members.") Petition: CU-2005-AR-8748, Ashraf Fawzy, represented by Wayne Arnold, AICP of Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P .A., requesting approval of a Conditional Use in the Rural Agricultural (A) zoning district to excavate in excess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aquaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district, per Section 2.04.03 Table 2 of the Land Development Code (LDC). The subject property, consisting of approximately 15.08 acres, is located at 2060 Tobias Street, in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, Collier County, Florida. (Petitioner's request.) Item 10A: The underlined text is added to the Recommendation in the Executive Summary as follows: The Board directs staff to extend the termination date of the Starnes contract for 60 days, until December 16, 2007. and authorizes the Chairman to execute an addendum statinq same, subject to approval by the Office of the County Attorney. (Staff's request.) Item 16A1 continued indefinitely: Recommendation to Endorse Code Enforcement Board and Special Magistrate Rules and Regulations. (Staff's request.) Item 16C6 continued to the November 13. 2007 BCC meetinq: Recommendation to approve an interlocal Agreement for reconstruction of the existing interconnect between the Collier County Water-Sewer District and Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc. to provide for reverse potable water flows at Bonita Springs Utilities expense, to provide for the design and construction of a second interconnect, at a location to be determined, at the expense of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, and to establish rates for usage of potable water. (Staff's request.) Item 16E2: (The Frequency Reconfiguration Agreement was not included in the agenda packet. Copies have been distributed to all concerned and made available for review.) Recommendation to approve a Frequency Reconfiguration Agreement (FRA) between Collier County and Sprint Nextel. (Staff's request.) Item 16F3: The title on the index should read: Recommend approval of Contract Amendment #1 for Contract #06-4007 with Paradise Advertising and Marketing, Inc. to increase the County Museum advertising budget to the amount of $120,000 and authorize the Chairman (rather than "authorize the County Manager or his designee") to execute Contract Amendment #1. (Staff's request.) Item 17 A should read: This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Petition: SV-2007-AR-11349, Bre LQ FL Properties, LLC, represented by Robert D. Pritt of Roetzel & Andress, LPA, is requesting a variance from the maximum 12 square-foot area requirement for off-premises directional signs to replace an existing directory sign that was damaged by hurricane Wilma with a new off-premises directional LaQuinta Inn & Suites sign. The proposed sign would be located at 185 Bedzel Circle, in Section 34, Township 49 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. (Staffs request.) Name Fire Chief Jim McEvo Jack Markel - Board of County Commissioners Advisory Committee Service Awards Recipients Tuesday, October 9, 2007 # of Years Advisory Board 5 5 Council Agenda Item No. 3A October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 Page 1 of 1 j\Qend2 It'2m No. 3A . OctDber 9, 2007 P8q8 L' 012 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD QF COUNTY COMMISSIOI~ERS Item Number; IlemSummary: :y <lVlc'WV - ""~imitl',,,' SH','U; (,ward" Y('W~) F'ir," Chle' .:.1'1 ',,;;fvoy [;::01er:-1e1CI rvI\Jd,,;HI Se:'V1C;;~ l\cJv<s8rv '__our' ;11 i'lCi'. Milri'.el Ulili\\'" utl'l:Jntv Meeting Date: 'l~i/i;12UJ (Jri,UD ,~M Prepared By r"i1ui'lSprings ::X(lcut;v,,';,dt' t<,tho B;C DJt(! 80ilrdofCCH-mly Commissiolwrs BCCOfLce 8r1:i/2(1)71 'noM PM Approved By S-lwriisor\ ~xewti"p' M;lrlil9cr to t;l~ Elee Date EI"~fd 01 Co"n~'y (J-;:;C Of"", ')!13i2f)O~ 1:3(\ "M C.0rnmiss;Olmrs Approved By .J;mw(.' !'turk r-nlHlty Mm'''q"r ['I~,c n""cd "rCounl'/ Cr:HlnIV ~'i;m"!l"'r'~ Off, "" Yi27i),D(i~ fi ;'~ PM ::(l'ltm;~"IU""'r,, file:/ /C:\AgcndaTest\Exoort\90-0ctobc~/o209, %202007\03.%20SER VICE%20A W ARDS\ 1'. 10/3/2007 PROCLAMA rION Agenda Item No. 4A October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 WHEREAS, it is hereby noted that Tom Kuck Is retiring from the staff of the Collier County Boortl uf __ County Commissioners after twenty-nine years of dedicated, faithful service: and. I"VHEREAS, it is duly noted thDt during his tenure with the Soard of County Commissioners, and more specifiCtllly with the Road Dnd Bridge Department~ and later with Community Deyelopment and Envir""mental Servlces Division, that Tom faithfully and honorably served the citizens of CD/ller CQunty. While serving as the Public Works Administrator, and later the County Engineer, and tJirectqr of Engineering Services, he providea road cMstruction supervision, and supervisiM of all plan and plot engineering structural reviews, engineering inspections, subdivisitN1 inspections, well inspections ami excavat;on inspections, am in doing S(I, served the vitt:J1 interests "f CtJllier ClJUnty: and. WHeREAS; having served as the Director of Engineering services, Community /)eve/opment and Environmental ServIces /)Msion frDln Apr11, 1994 to Septemher, 2007. he faithfully and honorably served to promote exemplary residential and commercial review standards and governmental oversight of the development and bUIlding indfJStry, and in doing $0 promoted harm(lny between the industry and the citIzens of Collier County, contributing immeasurably ta the enhancement of community development, quality of life, and commtmity character (If the County,' anti- WHEREAS, it is reported that e positive ''can do" a IMst efficient siastlcally and always displayed a led and managed one (If the Florida.. and, WHEREAS, it is report processed residential so, profes Commissi and. 'et:S that reviewed and 'S for commercial and Services and.. /n doing BOord of County Development Code; WHEREAS, .~ -being of the citizens 'ed/cated and faithful f Collier County from NOW THEREFORE, be it proc Florida, that Octobe 'S of Collier County, DONE AND ORDERED THIS 9th Day of October. 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CO/.LIER COUNTY, FLORIDf i JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMMN ; ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK -- Pagel of J Aqenda Item NO.4A - Odobe, 9, 2007 P~lpe 2 of::' COLLIER COUNTY BOAfW OF COUNT'f COMMISSIONERS Item Number: ilr., ItemSl.lmmary: Meeting Date: Prur;laIY';'Jhor' 1m TrJfll Kc;C',k Recognition L'<'IY Q:;lObsi ('til to br 3ccep[eli fJy .'I)rn Kuck "Y::,i200i'('()C "~Co '1M Prellared H)' P ,"JI a Sflriny~, t:.<1GutivlOl\id"Ie tI-'le Bce D.1ie f;"o-rd 01 County BCCOfflr." 9113UO(l78:53:S0AM Commj5"ioners Allproved By Sue Filson EXEcut'V!l M"n"'ger to t.lw Bce lint'" 8r"'l'{::01,;ourny ;:jCCOIt,ce JI13'20D71O:lIi'Jt C()ml'1i~&i("H)rS Approved By .I~mU'; \"" Mudd ;"';'llll\,"j rJi~r1J[jJr Date b()l.rd afC"","ty ("<ltrTii"s!onDrr, C;ountyrJIJnilgDn Oll.c., "f2G!2D07Cc49 PM fiJe://C:\Agenda T est\Exoort\90~October%209_ OA.202007\04. %20PR OCI ,AM.^. TJ ONS\4A \4.. 1013,2007 WHEReAS, ---- WHEReAS, WHEReAS, WHEReAS, WHeReAS, WHEReAS, WHEReAS, PROCLAMA TION Agenda Item No. 48 October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 2 more than 10 million Americans are affected by bipolar disorder, a ser;(JlJs brain disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood, energy, and functitming: and, misdiagnosis isa major problem for people with bipolar disorder, as seven out of ten receive at least one misdiagnosis and many suffer for ten years before an accurate diagnosis is made: and. i ! undiagnosed bipolar disorder can lead to suicide, other harmful consequences; and. incarceration, substance abuse and lifetime costs per consumer range from $12,000 for a person with a single manic episcde to hundreds of thousands of dollars for those with multiple episodes: and. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and Abboff Laboratories are recognizing OctDber J 1, 2007 as Bipolar Disorder Awareness Day, during Mental Illness Awareness Week: and. Bipolar Disorder Awareness Day seeks to increase people s understanding of the devastating impact of bipolar disorder symptoms on the lives of undiagnosed individuals,- their family and friends, and seeks to promote early detection through mental health screenings.' and, whl1e theM, is no cure for bipolar disorder, there are effective treatment options that eon help those with bipolar disorder to lead fulfJ1ling lives. NOW THEREFOR€, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County. Florida, that October 1 t, 2007, be designated as --- BIPOLAR DISORDER AWARENESS DAY in Collier County. and urge all city and county residents to educate themselves on bipolar disorder and mental illness, to participate in mental health screenings to aid in early detection and, if necessary, engage themselves or familY members in 0 successful treatment program. DONe AND ORDEReD THIS 9th Day af Octaber, i?OOT. ATTeST: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIeR COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMeS COLffTA, CHAIRMAN DWIGHT e. BROCK. a.ERK ---- Page 1 of 1 Aqcnd;:; I!:~rn ~Jo 48 , Octabc' S. 2007 Paqe2of2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 4l' ltemSummllry: Ie>: y;l1lnwiIOf1 tor E'.!r:JOlar Disordv Iw,a",":;'~s" DJ.v \r. rJ9 ,,[(epled by r1nnc.v S"'.:1IJIIZ F"'e"lden ot N.AM' c-;oll1H ':::cLJnty ,J'1(1 l<ali'w,'r1 I-Ilinter E K8CU11\'f; Director cd f'i,.'.M' ~:Gliie' ":f.lunlv Meeting Date: 'Ul9!?{j{J-' 'J OOUU,\M Prepared By PaulaSprillgs I:'M;G"tiveAitlekthefICC CJate BQardofCounty Commissioners [iCCOff,Cl: 9126120071:!>S:S:;'PM Approved-By .s"",r-'il50n [x"r.utiv"" Man,'qArtOfllf. nee :late flo"rd 01 Cvunl~ Ece Uf('Gl' 9,'2BI20(J7 :j:;"1 PM Comm;~s;oners ApIJruved R)' JN1'!'~ V. Mud<1 :;Qunly\hnuW" Dul" BOJrn ,,( ~;o",,!V ^;"mm;~sio"N~ County MJnJqw'~:)ff'''.' ^-l!;!~~i;'OO~ E:3G oM file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober%209, %202007\04. %20PROCLAMATJONS\4B\4,. 10/3/2007 PROCLAMA TION Agenda item No. 4C October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 WHEREAS, traffic crashes caused more than 42,000 fatalities nationwide in 2006, (58 of /-- those in Collier County) and highway crashes are the leading cause of death for people ages 3 to 33: and, WHEREAS, speeding was a contributing factor in 30 percent of all fatal crashes in 2005: and, WHEREAS, alcohol-related crashes account for 38 percent of all traffic fatalities: and, WHEREAS, deaths and injuries on 1./.5. highways cost society over $230 billion annually (about $820 per person): and, WHEREAS~ safer driving behaviors such as the use of seat belts, not drinking and driving and obeying traffic laws would dramatically reduce the number of traffic-related injuries and deaths: and. WHEREAS, increased investment in road and bridge improvements at the local level saves lives, such as making road lanes and shoulders wider and adding medians,: and, WHEREAS, Federal Highway Administration and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data show that every $100 ml'llion invested in highway safety improvements WI'll result in approximately 145 fewer traffic fatalities over a 10- year period: and, WHEREAS, Collier County has committed to spending more than $861.T million on road improvements in the Transportation Five Year Work Program to improve the county's roadway safety and traffic circulation. t>/4W THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the 80ard of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that October 9, 2007, be designated as Put The Brakes On Fatalities Day@ and call upon everyone to help save lives by spreading these important messages throughout our communities. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 9th Day of October, 2007. 80ARD OF COI./NTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA JIM COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTeST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK - Page] of 1 J\qenda Item r~o_ 4C , Or;tobE~r 8, 2007 Page 2 ()f2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 4C ~;,()';larT;iltl()l1lDr Put 1 Il' 8raf:(Js :::m F:!lt;ii,tl(-:'S D1l' "} ""' 8cc;q)ted t,y :...: F-1U; ,,';'()n~e Florida HlglWli8, Pairol it ;i<:Jwid Mind!. Collier Coulty C:;t1erift'o Dfh;e Sgt. ::;rtris::::ollzaiez Calher r..:Q,:ntv Sh'Jrilf\ Otfice U:;;eg ':'dfflley_ eJa;:,!es ,-'oi,ce .:: E~ner\JenG\ :C:(J'v,ces "i"pnrtrnelll f;(cL, Tintor i)lJ'!oC:OI T 'dt'ilC C:lpdCliions :::..t"lf' Crcl'VC'rI, Drrec,u ~:;I(Jr '''''''iller Mili'ia~JF"lIWII 1,!mr!'L,'lf'l "nnl,1 '\dITI:PIS"'a:iJi "'L4:1sp.:l"lal;[m SerVIC''e', D,v,'"",' I:,l' ,i.-,tirniJ(J D:reci", T'i>r~P(;rtcJitO" E.1'q'm~'w"~:; "f'c! ' '''';c.lre, '11:)1-, Ik.J:l;J':lun,,,,':; J()hi ;;-.lp....T!niendent ""oad '; e,'j;,icJF Mdinte'l:i"L:e Meeting Date: :-Y"!i2()U~" nVOc,A,M Prepared By PnulZlSprmgs Sy'ElCl'('V€ A,deto the [-lee Date BDa,-dntCr:;llnty C"mIT1IS,,;OllHrs f1ce otflcp 1;)11/:<0071') 48:31 AM Approved By .sW\' Fjl~Gr; "c"",tj.,,,,.. rjIMl~[Nr te',;-10 sce i'lJt~' b'JdrdnfC<>Wl\Y Commissioners ['CC Olfic,< H'f112(;ij~1 ,;' 42 ""~ Approvctl By 'i<l'W rin_"i': "cHll;.-;\Ii'"l1-'i.W' :_",llt. [lonrti(Jj'(:(,,"'ty '-'uw'tyiVid"""J"".-:'Jfiic" :'Orl/2UCiI'I';O"I'.1 Cnm"",,,,,,,,,.,,,rs file://C:\Agenda T est\Export\90-0ctober%209 .%202007\04. %20PROCl ,,4.MATIONS\4C\4, 10/3/2007 WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, Agenda Item No, 4D October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 PROCL.AMA TION the goal of 4-H Is to provide educational opportunIties for the youth and adult volunteers in Collier County In the areas of leadership, citizenship. personal development. and practical skills: and, these activities have resulted in learning experiences and accomplishments that have received State and National awards: anct the Board of County CommissIoners of Collier County feels this 4-H program contributes to the overall development of our youth and strengthens our communities: and, the 4-1-1 members receive inspiration and guidance from interested parents, Collier County University of Florida IFAS Extension Staff, volunteers, adult and teen leaders,' and support from many community organizations and businesses: and, 4-H forms partnerships and collaborates with other youth-serving agencies to reach a wide and diverse audience. NOW THEREFORE- be If proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that the week of October 7 - 13, 200,", be designated as ~ National 4-H Week and all citizens of Collier County are urged to join this Board in giving appropriate recognition to the achievements of the 4-H members and clubs of Collier County. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 9th Day of October, 2007. A TrEST; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUIER COUNTY- FL.ORIDA JAMES COL.ETTA, CHAIRMAN DWIGHT E. BROCK, CL.ERK ~ Pagel of] /;gentJa Itelr No, 40 OctOb{jI9,2007 Pap82 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: .10 ItemSummllry: F-r'-JC,lwnQlIO'1 lor rJat<ona; 4-H 'Aepk t(, lJ'o El,::c(',pted bv, Cbs!',,,;; 'Nwd - '~<;'()"'ll of L_~ CDUn\v COLlly;i1 Meeting Date: 10/9/201'i\JOO()(1il,M Prepared By P"ul~ Springs Board ofCoLJnty Commissioners EXCCl1t:'1eAI<J"tcthef:lCC D~le 8CCQfFicE' lt1!1i200711:52:(!4AM Approved By S,LJeFibon Ex"culivc Milndg'~r tc. the Bee I)",te' 80MdofCOLlnty BCC0fi",:e l(lijj~n071<,AI PM COnlmissiorwrs Appruved By ,)~me~', "j Mudd ::vJnl,' M;1fl3ger [j,'\(' UWl'-ciDfCoLJnty C:<'JrnmI5S"''l''r~ ~,D'H1ty Manager':, Off,c{, ~O!1I2(){ 1151.' PM file://C:\AgcndaTest\Export\90-0Clober%209, %202007\04. %20PROCLAMA TIONS\4D\4" ] 0/3/2007 Agenda Item No. 5A October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to recognize Joel Hollocher, Risk Analyst, Risk Management Department, as Employee of the Month for September 2007. OBJECTIVE: To obtain approval from the Board of County Commissioners to recognize Joel Hollocher, Risk Analyst, Risk Management Department, as Employee of the Month for September 2007. CONSIDERATIONS: Joel Hollocher, Risk Analyst, has been nominated as the "Employee of the Month" for September 2007. Joel is a professional and dedicated employee. He is an extremely hard worker who is often complimented for the high quality of service that he provides his customers. .- Joel's primary responsibilities include the administration and management of the worker's compensation program and property casualty claims functions. In addition to those duties, Joel also developed and manages the Subrogation Recovery Program. This program is designed to recover funds owed to the County by third parties as a result of damage to County property. Prior to the program, many departments handled this responsibility with varying degrees of success. Since it's inception in January 2002, Joel has collected over $1,500,000 in funds. These funds have been redistributed to various departments at no additional collection cost. Joel's dedication makes him an asset to Risk Management and Collier County. He is truly deserving of this award. FISCAL IMPACT; The selected "Employee of the Month" receives a $150.00 cash award. Funds are available in the Human Resources Budget. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approves the recognition of Joel Hollocher as "Employee of the Month" for September 2007. PREPARED BY: Brittney Mahon, Employee Recognition Coordinator, Department of Human Resources - Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item No. 5A Octobel 9, 2007 PagE! 2 012 COLLIER COUNTY BOARfl OF COUNTY COMMISSIOI~ERS Item Number: Item Summary; [J\ fOp.":;tl'1'n,Ofloation tn frc'cngni7€ ,IDe; Hollocl18r. Rls~ p,na'Y51 RI~k ManilgelTlBI1t Departnwnt as i:'.1T'P!GY"'''' otlhn ~,jlontl)to- SeptemhH ?UU7 Meeting Date: 1()/S!/2007800 OOi'M Prepared By Br;ttn~y M~;lon EmploY'le R<J<ooqniholtCoordinMor Date Administrative Sarvi{~",s Human Resollce5 Sii1112007 3,00:00 PM Approved By JOlin Merril1 HUlnim FlesOllrce<; Dir~ct(Jr Oute r.dm'n;,;trati',,, SBrv.,~e<' Human nC5()UrC'~5 ,'/1112007::12S PM Apprllved By Len G()!rl,'rl POI "dmt",~n~tiv(; ';to,Vicc'" 1'.<1miw3t,."t'>' rhh' r.arninistrat,vcS"r,i;;<)<, :\drninlstrJtiyro Scrv'~("it\[jmiP1 ~fj212007 519 PM Approved By \'H\'15Coon:lirh,lC>C r'.ill>F"~;<o"~ An,w!st L!:<N' t..drni";',rrdi',<:::",'"\'i((" Idon",,'ion T'.'C'1,.wl(1~W '1.'j7i2()']7Chlf ;\M A[lprovcd By : ,.'un' Un" ",.,(,n r02""pCm,'r1\ i; [hlag,)' AnJ>V~: (,all' (Otmty MJ.n~q"!(" (lfh"" ;)fh;"MM,"l"G'~I"'"nl L;;.>dgCl '1ii7:1lll))'1(;:'SUo,1 Appl'oved Dy !{r<;11D"! Sll1ykDW&;'; '/""''''1'"rrlPnt I~ Bud,lt't :)"nnor '..,tC C"unty M"I)~,v~' ~ O~fice Cltr;ce of MJn~pem"n\ Ii;, DutigE!t "/",7:20(;7332 PM Approved 8y ,:,mWL V. Mudd '~.ountJ' M;:JnZlger O",t" bo~rd cf County CCllnll' Nt,"!,l!,""'(' Offi~c 9f,7i2007E:51PM COll1,n:Qsionf.'n; file:/ IC:\Agenda T est\Exp0T1\90-0ctober%209, %202007\05 .%20PRESENT A Tl ONS\5A \5A.. 10/3/2007 Agenda item No. 58 October g, 2007 Page 1 of 3 ~ PRESENTATION The mandatory Non-Residential Recycling Ordinance, adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on July 27, 2004, established the Waste Reduction Awards Program, the WRAP award, to recognize businesses and institutions for enhanced and innovative recycling programs. The Solid Waste Management Department's WRAP program is consistent with the guiding principles adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on December 5, 2006: (1) Environmental and Growth Management Compliance, (2) Airspace Preservation, (3) Operational Excellence and (4) Best Value Service. The Board of Collier County Commissioners is pleased to recognize The Conservancv of Southwest Florida for their efforts to contribute to the greater good of all of Collier Couuty by helping to prolong the usable life of the Collier County Landfill, by reducing their solid waste stn,am through an enhanced recycling program as evidenced by: . The Conservancy has recycling canisters shaped as aluminum cans and clearly marked recycling containers for aluminum cans, plastic and trash at convenient locations around their campus to eliminate the oppOliunity for littering. -- . The Conservancy has recycling boxes placed in cach office and copying area to recycle paper. Staff uses both sides of the paper for interdepartmental communication or local flyers. . The Conservancy uses all revenues collected from recyclable materials (i.e. aluminum cans and ink jet cartridges) to help care for injured and rehabilitated animals. . The Conservancy advocates the "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle" messages throughout their entire education outreach program to the schools, church groups, community organizations, and service organizations. The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is an outstanding example of an institution that manages an excellent recycling program and is in compliance with the Non-Residential Recycling Ordinance. The WRAP award program includes a certificate, a trophy, use of the WRAP logo and space on the www.collicf!wv.nct/recvJes website to showcase their waste reduction and recycling program. -- Therefore, the Solid Waste Management Department and the Board of County Commissioners congratulates Mr. Grant Fisher, Museum Naturalist and Ms Barbara J. Wilson, Director of Marketing & Communications for their coutinued support in promoting waste reduction and recycling, Their efforts and recycling leadership is a positive example to other institution business and will have a significant effect on sustaining the usable life of the Collier County Landfill. Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page I of I Agenda Item N(L 58 Ociober S. 20Q7 PAqS- 2 of:j COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 58 F'r"~e'lt,ltll)ll jo' Ihe 'Nasts r<eddCll{)n !\v,.'arrjs F'mg:Cl:T1 (WRlP) to rF!;oqnru; Tne -::onselvaJlcy nl2':'lulhwest F'Oltdii 10' ti'l8it eTforl<; Iv CQI:lritJut€ 101"8 greatw'qOQl; of81i of C,]II;", Cutin']' bv ill'lpi'-'9 Ie prvlw0 HI(< ',~;nbit :ite of ~I'e ::;oilier C:Junt., I HntHi!i, by reOllClrI:} t:,Glrc;"llr'\'.'d51(;<;IH:nrr;\r,rDlI'jI-,ill",en!1ilrlCe(jrRCVCill1q rif,)(HeJnl 1[)/!Ji)LW,7 '!,OlI'()f',,'\M Op",ra!;o(lS DirG'clor Dat.. Approved By Tho,na5Wid<'!s PU!llic Utilities Publir;Utili!i!'l$Operat1rIOS 9120120()7 5,33 PM Sold W,!sk [hc'~i:"r D~te Appro,'ed By [I"nieIR, Ro(1f<(]IjG M,D.A, P>Jblic Utilitj~s ~,()Iid W,'''!e g:ZW2n07 ;,:4~' PM r'uIJli~ Utilitie" f.\(m,niSlr,1tQr Dnte Approved By .j"mer,W,D"L,Dny _'ublicUtilities ~ubl,c 1,ltiliri",~ /'(Jrnilli~;lrmi[)n :.j;:'1i100121G PW 'I:' i,li .,,,; i "." '0, !-'"n?: ~'st [:~tc Approved By (lM8"",""dim<t'" I'GIl,illi';tr3\iv":;",'vice,, 'nf'Jnrl~'.'on T eGtl"Gi(l~;y 0,'74110G71G:17 1\1,1 r'.':-Jn,'(JL"w,nt:Hddgclf\ndlv,-,t ::',".1" Apl)rOvcd By r<Jnn,'G'''',"l1W.ild ,;"unty Man;HJ"""" Ofh'.'e Gihr;E (),' Man"(JCn1imt ,~, Budgel ~,,'25 :,007 :::;,1 i'I\' e:1Mwgun.m! &. 80'](J~:: Dired", r!~"e Approved By Micl',JBI Smii'.",w~ki Ce''-''1ty Manager'!; Olfic() ::}f'j,c" of Mill1"gemOllt 8, 8udgct 9/2B!2007 :::",2 Pili CourT, -ViJ"~;)'or [intE. Approved By ,:.,rrt,,,; 1/. MurJd BOHdofCo'mty r;Ornf1l;ssi()n'~rE County Vln'leger'sOffice ~i2812no1' 6:02 PM tile:/ /C:\Agenda Tcst\Export\9()"October%209 ,%202007\05. oi<J.OPRESENT ATIONS\5B\5B.. 1013/2007 Agenda item I~o. 58 October 9. 2007 Page 3 of 3 COLI iFR COUNTY WASTE REDUCTION'IWARDS PROC,RAlv' I-.JOMINATIOI, FORM CRITERA ,.; business must be located within the unincorporated <JfE<'lS of CD!lier County and have integrated new, expanded. exceptional and/or Innovative recycling and/or waste reduction efforts In!;) it;; ~;olld was.te management system in response to and exceeding mmimum requirements of 1I1e NOIt-Resietent;al Recycling Ordinanc'e No 2004-50. The Ordinance can be found online. W'N\,"' _ ::olliercoLl ntyrecycles co:n/pages/aboutBuslfless.asp Examples m()ude t";u~ arc not ilmitcd \0, part',erlng \'l!th another agency to I'eu~~e \"'a~,tc mat(~rals. Increasing :3pture :Jf 'ecyc;ii,wle "l,W-;rra;~~ from Z9ro rc~ 1 DO'.!' 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"" ::I ::I .C .C - 0 ::I ::I en "" "" "" ::I Q) 0- '" = '-' ~ u 0 ~ =- =- 0 z 0 ~ <l.) <l.) u -B .. 0:: Agenda Item No. 50 October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 10 Page] of I !-''1Gnda 11(~n' rJo_ 5D - Dctu!JH 8 2GQ7 Paqe 3 of "10 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number; ~t) Item Summary: "'DOl" Jnd 'i,en: ':;Cnlr8CHlr presf;nial,iO" rfi;:ardL'lg i'le SOuth CGLr1ty RfigiDnal Vv'mer T,-"airneniPIClnib;ElrlSI:JnF'rojr,c: 1018/;,OC'-; 8 00 'lOAM Meeting Date: Approv('d By JnmcsV,M"dd CoumyrMmllge' DJte 8oardofCounty Cc;untv Managec',-O(f;c;, 1l!,IJ/20074:3$PM Commissioners file:/ /e. \AgendaT est\Export\90-0c(obcro/',209. %202007\05. %20PRESENT A TI ONS\5D\5D.. J 0/3/2007 . or-o CDO~ --0........ '00 .0 .D~ CO ~ ",,0) ill "::=:..D OJ -om CD";)D... '20 Qj OJ <( LC', """':..1; ''"' I'- ~ I m 0'" 0 ~ 0 I'- co 0 0 ---.- ~ ~~..- 0 '" 0 '" ~ co 0 Z 0 >- ~ ..... ~ ~ 0 0 Q) '0' .. '" ~ "- 0 0- M ""'" ~ CO .... 0 :!: 0 ~ 0 '" c.. 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FAX (239) 774-4010 .,- September 18, 2007 Mr. Roberto Leon 9301 Sunrise lakes Boulevard, Apt. 101 Sunrise, Fl 33322 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Property at 1071 16'h Street N.E. and the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Dear Mr. Leon: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of October 9, 2007 regarding the above referenced subject. -... Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners wiil be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board wiil 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 wiil begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Hannon 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. aelY, U~ James V. Mudd County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attomey Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator Norman Feder, Transportation Services Administrator --- . 1 -- SE~ 1~ 2037 2:!lPW Agenda Item No. 6A O2 clober 9, 2007 NO. 2212 P. Page2of2 954380309 Reauest to Soeak under Public Petition PleQ$~ print Name: Rop~~~ ~J j I Address: ("1 A_ I I <f,3o/ .J I/';Rir~ L~JiI.r tJJ.v'b HtV7"' /0 I i , fV/telj'6 ~L .Jja22 L / i PhonlJ: t:f 7'T'7-1'/J'J (/l.m6J Ii ."... , :1..91.. ,q'ffb t (:#1.) , Date of the Beard Meetlno \IOU wish to Iloeak: or- .f 9. aoo 7 Please exolaiD in detail the reasoM 'IOU are reauesUna to sDeak (attach add~ Dade if necessary); "1lJ,' 71H ~MIl> Of' ~UH(f ~v1' ~/:r.rYoP'~ Re:., &U~1tf IIJ?/,I.Jj: H.I...\'~"..1 v-t.til.r'llil'~I_RAAt~'7 /JtJlI8d~ II1l. AI4 My VJdt.fJ;kCAIAI ~.f. VDtJJNtJII'r--J. /"./,j~.,rtjV"l.ouJhJVIR~ ~~;w &Jwu,)"llU\'A.:T. . {I("'C"I!/Ill-lw. tiPM.fv~;~-1cJlJ~' ~'t.t m~J1"_ OJ ~~H'1.n~ ~ AIHAfle),:&iJ ft.~.Jr01'rJk,J;1Jt /J~ RJt.~.tf"I181~'1A?A ~J:, )j I . 'rh"J oil- Qwet, i I Please axels!n in detail the action vou are asklna the Commission to taka (!lltaoh additional Daae if necessary): H:lDArAlOffIce FORMSlPUbliO POlltlon Rlquoot Form.doc Agenda Item No, 68 October 9,2007 Page 1 of 2 COlllER COUNlY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail. Naples, Florida 34111 . (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 September 25, 2007 Mr. Kenneth Thompson 2831 Becca Avenue Naples, FL 34112 Re: Public Petition Request to Address Lack of Communication between Code Enforcement and the Public Dear Mr. Thompson: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of October 9, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. ,~ Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W, Harmon Tumer Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator Michelle Arnold, Code Enforcement Director ",- Agenda Item No. 66 REaetll'~r 9, 2007 OFFICE OF THE COU~MA~MiER Request to Speak under Public Petition SEt' L ~ 2007 Please print ACTION Name: '7' ( PAA./I1 P-tA . ~ 'tlur711fi0 rY...c Address: ;J 2 3 I Df<- (' ~C(J eM>-- ,df/lJp)"J 1;JA'lf1'r)~ 3 Lj J;-;( Phone: ) 7) 9'7 71f~ J iIf'1 Date of the Board Meetinq vou wish to speak: Dc! ol >-FA 1 ,- 07 Please eXDlain in detai/the reason vou are requestinq to speak (attach additional paqe if necessary): /;" OJ rlA-<h-"> fi;#h,pA, (J t:: 1'~0-vYIA.jY) d/M/(' o:/., I~-t 2Hf/.h & 'F ..- ~>J" W (J"i/f-l-.-->JI,,,,,I- fA,I./lAt (A,J (' ,UN f-U/ ,~,,7' yf C,04PJ ~ I/_r,/ '1 n&. /-,</".6'c Please explain in detai/ the action vou are askinq the Commission to take (attach additional paqe if necessary): ,-(d.<. {.t H" {-'" /A? -5 ,/~ "'-'.-1 /')1 rt-'-'< Ii'" M ,.,/ SJtl ao // -6 /'.><-- --", ..L, , , J /;' /"4'_' <J11#)-,~~~~P:'fA.J../.t~t'.J /A ...t'~/~/'/./ /~ft/"> Y~AA.4 r-/:::'( (j f~ /7/..,.0 <'45' /)./ ,d-o-C- , H:\Judrs FoIder\Forms\Public Petition Request Form.doc Agenda Item No. 6C October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 2 COllIER COUNIY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail. Naples, Florida 34111. (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 September 27,2007 Mr. Tim Barone St. Matthew's House 2001 Airport Road South Naples, FL 34112 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Impact Fees at The Wolfe Apartments Dear Mr. Barone: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of October 9, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. .~ Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners wili 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. Piease 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, /7_ ~-4' ~. ~~d~- County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator - Sep 27 07 01:28p St Matthews House 2397747146 Agenda flelli No. 6C October 9, 2007 Page 2 of2 Reauest to Speak under Public Petition Please print Name: Tim Barone. Address; Reoresentative for. Sl Matthew's House: Airport Road Naples, FL 34112 Phone: 239-774-0500 Date of the Board Meeting YOU wish to speak: October 9.2007 Please eXDlain in detail the reason YOU are reauestlng to saeak (attach additional DaDe if necessaryl: We are reauestina that the county Dav the imDact fees at the Wolfe Apartments: 4590. 4610. 4630.4650. 16th Place SW, NaDles. FL 34116 Please explain in detail the action YOU are asking the Commission to take (attach additional _ if necessary); We are askina the rommission to use sDecific funds that are desiQnated for the payment of impact fees for projects in the county. c:~ ond SeIlInga\peggy\l..oc:aI SeIlIngaITemponuy 1_ FlleslOlK2DAlPubtlc PetItion Request FOITll.doc Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 91 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CU-2005-AR-8748, Ashraf Fawzy, represented by Wayne Arnold, AICP, of Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A., requesting approval of a Conditional Use in the Rural Agricultural (A) zoning district to excavate in excess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aqnaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district, per Section 2.04.03 Table 2 of the Land Development Code (LDC). The subject property, consisting of approximately 15.08 acres, is located at 2060 Tobias Street, in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, Collier County, Florida. OBJECTIVE: To have the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) consider the above-referenced Conditional Use petition and render a decision pursuant to Section 2.04.03 of the Land Development Code in order to insure that the community's interests are maintained. CONSIDERA TIONS: The petitioner requests approval of a Conditional Use for an excavation in excess of 4,000 cubic yards in order to create a lake fe,r the raising of nativc fish as part of an aquaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district, as specified in Section 2.04.03 of the Collier COWlty Land Development Code (LDC). As native fish aquaculture is a permitted use in the Agricultural zoning district, it is the approximately 300,000 cubic-yard proposed excavation for the facility's lake, which exceeds the maximum threshold pennitted in the LDC, necessitating Conditional Use approval. Because the proposed aquaculture facility site is surrounded on all sides by other Agricultural (A)-zoned properties and is approximately 3,000 feet from the nearest residence, the facility would be compatible with neighboring properties and have a minimal impact on the surrounding area in terms of noise, glare economics or odor. Furthermore, adequate ingress and egress to the property have been provided, with approval conditioned on the applicant's maintenance of the affected roadways in a dust-free condition for the duration of the lake's excavation. FISCAL IMPACT: The proposed excavation will have no fiscal impact on Collier County. There is no guarantee that the project will maximize its authorized level of development; however, if the Conditional Use is approved, the subject property will be developed, and the new development will result in an impact on Collier County public facilities. The County collects all applicable impact fees before the issuance of building permits to help offset the impacts of each new development on its public facilities. These impact fees are used to fund projects identified in the Growth Management Plan's Capital Improvement Element as needed to maintain adopted Levels of Service (LOS) for public facilities. Additionally, in order to meet the requirements of Section IO.02.07(C) of the Land Development Code, fifty percent (50%) of the estimated Transportation Impact Fees associated with the project are required to be paid simultaneously with the approval of each final local development order. Other fees Page 1016 Agenda Item No.5." October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 91 collected before the issuance of a building permit include building permit review fees and utility fees associated with connecting to the County's water and sewer system. Please note that the inclusion of impaet fees and taxes collected are for informational purposes only; they are not included in the critel~a used by StafT and the Planning Commission to analyze this petition. GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN (GMP) IMPACT: The subjeet property is designated Agl~cultural/Rural, Rural Fringe Mixed-Use Distriet (RFMUD), Sending Lands on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan. The property is located within the Natural Resource Protection Arca Ovcrlay (NRP A) as well as the North Belle Meade (NBM) Overlay. The RFMUD Sending Lands pe1111it aquaculture, and exeavation is necessary for the creation of an aquaculture facility. The NRPA Overlay specifically provides that Conditional Uses on privately owned lands within the Sending Lands arc those set forth in the RFMUD. Likewise, within the NBM Overlay, the underlying designation (RFMUD, Sending) dete1111ines the allowable uses and densities. The Future Land Use Element also includes tbe following language regarding privately owned lands located in both the NBM and NRP A overlays, such as the subject property: "Planning Considerations: a. TDRs: Strongly eneourage the transfer of development rights from NBM Sending Areas to other locations within the Rural Fringe or NBM Overlay outside the boundary of the NRP A, or to the Urban Area." Based on the above analysis, the proposed Conditional Use may be deemed consistent with the Future Land Use Element of the Growth Management Plan. AFFORDABLE HOUSING IMPACT: Approval of this Conditional Use would have no affordable housing impact. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: There are no environmental issues associated with this Conditional Use. ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (EAC) RECOMMENDATION: The Environmental Advisory Council heard this petition at their June 6, 2007 meeting and unanimously recommended approval (9-0), subject to the following eonditions: I. The results of a Big Cypress Fox SquilTel survey and listed plant speeies relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Clearing Notification approval. Page 2 of 6 ,"'genda Item I~o. 8,'" October 9, 2007 Page 3 of 91 2. Copies of all required agency permits shall be submitted prior to commencement of any work on the site. 3. On-site water wells shall not to be used to fill, replenish, or cycle water through the proposed aquaculture lake. COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION (CCPC) RECOMMENDATION: The Collier County Plmming Commission (CCPC) heard this petition at their August 2, 2007 meeting, and voted 4-4 to forward this petition to the BZA without any formal recommendation. The Planning Commissioners voting in favor of the Conditional Use found the project consistent with the GMP and the applicable provisions of the LDC; however, those opposed to it denied it for the following reasons: !. Inconsistcncy with the Sending Lands dcsignation of the Future Land Use Element. The CCPC asserted that the Sending Lands do not pcrmit excavation. Staff comment: As previously noted, the ,Sending Lands' do permit aquaculture. and excavation is necessUl~Y fiJl' the creation of the aqllacllltllrefacilitv. 2. Inconsistency with the Conservation and Coastal Management Element (CCME) of the GMP, Policy 3.1.1.3, which states that Conditional Uses should only be granted in extraordinary circumstances and where impacts of the development are isolated from the Surficial and Intcnnediate Aquifer. The CCPC felt that the proposed facility did not constitute an "extraordinary circumstance." Staff comment: It is the Environmental Services Department '.I' position thallhis policy re(ers only 10 the specific conditionalllses referenced in Policy 3.I.I.!., a. and g., o(which cxcavation is not cited. 3. Inconsistency with the Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Sub-element (NGW AR) of the Public Facilities Element of the GMP, Policies 1.2 and 2.3, which require the protection of aquifer recharge areas !i'om activities that could degrade the quality of groundwater as provided in Policy 3.1.1.3 of the CCME (discussed above). The CCPC expressed concern that the proposed facility could potentially contaminate the Surficial Aquifer. Staff comment: The Environmental Services Deparlment contends that the excavation is necesswy 10 enable an agricllltural use. Furthermore, the proposed Conditional Use for an excavalion is nol cited as one to be granted onlv in extraordinwy circumstances. 4. Inconsistency with the North Belle Meade Overlay requirements of the Future Land Use Element, which require that any new roads within the Sending Lands be designed with aquatic species crossings, small terrestrial animal crossings, and large terrestrial animal crossings pursuant to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission criteria. Staff comment: To address this issue, staf( has included a development condition requiring the applicant to provide Ihe requisite wildli(e crossings be(ore the issuance of an excavation permit, with the exact number and design of the crossings 10 be determined at the time of site develapmenl plan approval. 5. The location of the project is within the Panther Primary Merit Zone. Staff comment: the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has stated that the project is not Page 3 of6 Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 91 likely to affixt the Florida Panther. Nevertheless, as noted in the conditionsfi}r approval, staff has always recommended that the applicant be required 10 seek consultalion fiJl- necessary mitigation .fi-om wildlife agencies that will sign offfi'" construction on the sile hefore the first Development Order. 6. Unceltainty about the applicant's degree of commitment to actually construct an aquaculture facility, rather than simply excavating the site to profit from the sale of the fill. Slaff comment: To holster the applicant's assurances Ihat he will indeed construct the proposed facili(v, staff has included a development condition requiring site development plan approval hefilrc an excavation permit can hc issucd. However, as volunteered on the record at the cepc hearing hy Ihe applicanl's own agent, Ihe greatest guaranlee would he to stipulate Ihat profits.fi-mn the excavation he escrowed and not released 10 the applicant until a Cerlificate of OccupanC)! has been issued .fiil' the aquaculture facilitv. Staff strongly rccommends that Ihe Board make this offer a condition of approval. Because the CCPC did not recommcnd approval of the requested Conditional Use, this petition could not be placed on the Summary Agenda. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: Staff completed a comprehensive evaluation of this land use petition and the criteria on which a determination by the BZA must be based. The legal considerations are reflected in the CCPC evaluation of the listed criteria in Chapter lO.08.D. of the LDC, and signed by each CCPC member. These evaluations are provided as separate documents that have been incorporated as an attachment to the resolution. A summary of the legal considerations and findings is noted below: I. Granting of the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and the specific requirements governing the individual conditional use, if any, have been met by the petitioner and that, further, satisfactory provision and arrangement has been made coneeming the following matters as noted below; A. The proposed change has been deemed consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies and Future Land Use Map and the applicable elements of the GMP. B. The petitioner has provided adequate provisions for ingress and egress to property and proposed structure thereon. C. The Conditional Use would not have a negative effect on neighboring propelties 111 relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects. D. As conditioned, the Conditional Use will be compatible with adjacent properties and other properties in the district. Page 4 of 6 Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 91 As noted in the attached staffreport, this petition may be deemed consistent with the above listed criteria for approving a Conditional Use application, subject to the development conditions contained below. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Collier County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) approve petition CU-2005-AR-8748, subject to the adoption of the following conditions: 1. The use is limited to tbat depicted on the Conceptual Site Plan (Exhibit C to the Resolution) identified as "Fawzy AquacuItme Master Site Plan" prepared by Q. Grady Minor and Associates, P.A., dated January 2005, as revised through June 30, 2006, except as further conditioned below. ~ Approval of this Conditional Use shall not be construed as approval of the attached Conceptual Site Plan; tbe site plan shall be fonnally reviewed and approved as part of the Site Development Plan (SDP) process. No variances from any LDC requirements have been granted as part of the acceptance of the subject site plan. If it is detennined that the site plan is not in compliance with any LDC requirement, the site plan must be brought into compliance prior to the issuance of any Site Development Plan approval. No excavation permit shall be issued until the SOP has been approved. 3. The amount of excavated material is limited to 300,000 cubic yards. 4. Excavation activities, including removal of material from the subject site, are limited to 18 months from tbe beginning date of excavation, as reported in the "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation," required to be submitted to the County Manager or his designee. 5. All sections of roads impacted by truck traffic generated by the excavation activity shall be maintained by the owner of the subject site in a dust-free condition for the length of excavation time, as reported in the "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation" to be submitted to tbe County Manager or his designee. Maintenance of the roads shall also consist of all material or components of the roads, which include a stabilized subgrade, base and wearing surface. The sections of road to be maintained include the section on Ashraf Battisha Road, from the entry to the project site to Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue; the section on Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue, from the intersection of Ashraf Battisha Road to Dove Street; the section on Dove Street, from the intersection of Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue to Frangipani Street; the section on Frangipani Street, from the intersection of Dove Street to 10th Street SE; the section on 10th street SE, from the intersection of Frangipani Street to Golden Gate Boulevard; and the section on Golden Gate Boulevard, from the intersection of 10th Street SE to Collier Boulevard. The County Manager or bis designee may add sections of road to the above list, at his/her discretion. 6. The permitted aquaculture facility shall be limited to native species within the orders of Ictaluridae and Palaemonidae. If a modification to the products allowed by Aquaculture Certificate Number AQ5421037 is made, it will require approval from Collier County Environmental Staff. Page 5 of 6 Agenda Item ~Jo. SA October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 91 7. This project is within the Panther Primary Merit Zone. Consultation must be sought from the wildlife agencies for any mitigation required. Staff will ask the agencies to sign off before work on the site commences with thc first Development Order. 8. The results of a Big Cypress Fox Squirrel survey and listed plant species relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Cleming Notification approval. 9. Copies of all required agency permits shall be submitted prior to commencement of any work on the site. 10. On-site water wells shall not to be used to fill, replenish, or cycle water through the proposed aquaculture lake. 11. The applicant shall provide wildlife crossings per tbc North Belle Meade Overlay requirements of the GM?, with the number and design to be determined at the time of Site Development Plan approval, subject to review and approval by the County Environmental Serv ices Department. PREPARED BY: John-David Moss, AlCP, Principal Planner Depmiment of Zoning & Land Development Review Page 6 of 6 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page 1 of ] Agenda Hem No_ SA Ociober 9, 2007 Page 7 of91 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 8{, ii-lis Itern Ie De h8<Jrd a: ~ 00 p rn 1'-'2titlor Ci.i-2005.AR-P;("48 ,'".shraf rawzy, reprGscr.lt~d by INavne "'nold ;,ICP oi Q GriJdv Minor S ASSDuates Pi\, reqllB5!1rlg m)provai of;; ','mrj:tlor',ai l.1'iC 'n H18 f~U:31 ;\gnGultura: {A) :oPlng rjlstri:; to e/Cdval.o il" eXU2SE; 01 ~,QOQ ';u!;lcyarJsof'3a;1n for ill, dqLJar:ultureff:lcility in trH-' t\gr':;dilurai (A) zomp[J O!&[;'[:\, pHI :;'J(;1!OI, ~ Of. 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Ok . - - -- - . -OctobariL2QQL AGENDA ITg1\iflE-~ of 91 -- Cottar 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-2005-AR-8748 (FAWZY AQUACULTURE FACILITY) PROPERTY OWNER/AGENT: OWNER; Ashraf Fawzy 2224 Heritage Greens Drivc Naples, FL 34 119-3310 AGENT; Alan V. Roseman Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A. 3800 Via del Rey Bonita Springs, PI. 34134 REQUESTED ACTION: The petitioner is requesting approval of a Conditional Use (CU), as specified in Section 2.04.03 of the Collier County Land Development Code (LDC), to excavate in excess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aquaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district. GEOGRAPIDC LOCATION: The subject property, consisting of three parcels and totaling :H5.08 acres, is located at 2060 Tobias Street, approximately two miles south of Golden Gate Boulevard in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, Collier County, Florida (see location map on the following page). PURPOSEfDESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: The requested Conditional Use would enable the applicant to construct a lake as part of an aquaculture facility for the raising of native fish. As native fish aquaculture is a pennitted use in the Agricultural zoning district, it is the proposed excavation for thc facility's lake, which would require in excess of the maximum 4,000 cubic-yard excavation threshold permitted in the LDC, necessitating Conditional Use approval. CU-20ll5.AR-B748 Pagel of 10 <u-~ ooom -0_ ,0 ..tc)0! ~~(!) 22 i? -00.. ~t5 cO (!) U) <( z ",2 !:!< "''' 9 <( 0.. <( ::a; (!) Z - Z o N <( '" .. ... '" '" < , "' Q Q '" :J?m~.I01O / - "I:- , :> o .. L----t - p I, D '~i " . I, ~~.. I , . I' -- -Ii !';Z I w2 ---- ~!< I-- D [9 t i. - :OJi , . . . "h I . I \ I--- l- I \ I, I i "Ii ~~l , . , . I~J " I I -- ~ r t Ij i, ,I ~ I 'f , i . .~I I " I . , I i I l- I I Ii ..~~ ., ~i ~~i . . . . , I I . , z o i= ~ 0. 0.. <( ::a; Z o - I- <t: (.) o ...J Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 10 of 91 . . . y . -1- .1 I . , . .... .... '" '" I i I J I I I.... . . ,II \ I'" 'il .. I . II dB I Iii ! I II , , itl!it I illl! . J db , .... "< I I tl.!k \ ~t!Sf , ;Jl1 __ ____._j_ _____ '~'!f_~ _ -mmi I ,- - r4 lclW01$IOIO 'UOWOSO)o ',w 5~:IlL:6 900;:/1/<;; , liS '5"'P'.J>O~L\,,;@!L~, ",':MY~ OU3-! d' CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN CU-2005.AR.s748 PagEt:' of 10 Aoenda Item No. SA - October 9. 2007 Page 11 of 91 As depicted on the conceptual site plan shown above; entitled, "Fawzy Aquaculture," prepared by Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A. and dated January 2005, as revised thIough June 30, 2006, the proposed aquaculture facility would be comprised of an 8.8S-acre lake, with a food, equipment and aerator storage building located on its northern shore; a processing, freezing and product storage building on its western shore; a greenhouse with breeding tanks on its southern shore; and a temporary trailer, which will eventually be replaced by a single-family house, on its eastern shore. Associated parking areas would be provided on all sides of the lake adjacent to these proposed structures. In both the northeastern and southwestern corners of the site, well easements would be dedicated to the County. SURROUNDING LAND USE & ZONING~ North: Unimproved property, zoned Agriculture (A) East: Unimproved property, zoned Agriculture (A) South: Unimproved property, zoned Agriculture (A) West: 70-foot access easement; then unimproved propelty, zoned Agriculture (A) ~ SUBJECT PROPERTY I i i- ZONING MAP GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN (GMP) CONSISTENCY: The subject property is designated AgriculturalfRural, Rural Fringe Mixed-Use District (RFMUD), Sending Lands on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan. The CU-2005-AR-8748 Page 4 of 10 Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 12 of 91 property is located within the Natural Resource Protection Area Overlay (NRP A) as well as the North Belle Meade (NBM) Overlay, The RFMUD Sending Lands permit aquaculture, and excavation is a necessary for the creation of an aquaculture facility. The NRP A Overlay specifically provides that Conditional Uses on privately owned lands within the Sending Lands arc thosc set forth in the RFMUD. Likewise, within the NBO, the underlying designation (RFMUD, Sending) determines the allowable uses and densities. The Future Land Use Element also includes the following language regarding privately owned lands located in both the NBM and NRP A overlays, such as the subject property; "Planning Considerations; a. TDRs: Strongly encourage the transfer of development rights from NBM Sending Areas to other locations within the Rural Fringe or NBM Overlay outside the bOlmdary of the NRPA, or to the Urban Area." Based on the above analysis, the proposed Conditional Use may be deemed consistent with the Future Land Use Element of the Growth Management Plan. AERIAL PHOTO CU-2005-AR-8748 Page5of10 r Agenda Item No. SA I October 9, 2007 Page 13 of 91 .1 AERIAL PHOTO ANALYSIS: Before any Conditional Use recommendation can be heard by the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA), the Planning Commission must make a fmding that: 1) approval of the Conditional Use would not adversely affect the public interest; and 2) all specific requirements for the individual Conditional Use are met; and 3) satisfactory provisions have been made concerning the following matters, where applicable: I. Consistency with the Land Development Code and the Growth Management Plan. As previously noted, the request for a Conditional Use for an excavation in excess of 4,000 cubic yards is sought to allow for the construction of an aquaculture facility, which is an agricultural use that is consistent with both the Future Land Use Element of the GMP and the LDC. 2. Ingress lInd egress to the property and proposed structures thereon, with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety ond convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe. CU-2005-AR-B74e Page 6 of 10 ,^.gOrtda.item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 14 of 91 As depicted in Exhibit A, entitled, "Vicinity Map," adequate ingress and egress to the site would be provided along the following route: from Golden Gate Boulevard, south on 10th Street SE; west on Frangipani Street to Tobias Street; south to Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue (an unpaved road); east to Ashraf Battisha Road (a cleared easement); and south to the subject property. The Traffic Impact Analysis Report indicates that the excavation activity may generate up to 150 trips per day, or 15 peak hour trips. Transportation Planning staff has required that the applicant maintain the aforementioned roads in a dust free condition for the duration of the excavation, as well as maintaining all material or components of the roads, to offset the impacts of truck traffic (see development condition #5 on the following page). 3. The effect the Conditional Use would have on neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor. A Conditional Usc is defined in the LDC as a use that, "due to special circumstances, is not pennissible in a zoning district, but may be appropriate if controlled as to number, area, location, or relation to the neighborhood." Staff believes these control criteria have been met since the subject site abuts agricultural uses on all four sides and is approximately 3,000 feet from the nearest residential home. Additionally, the duration of excavation activities for the 8.85-acre lake would not exceed twelve months. Therefore, staff believes that the proposed aquaculture facility and activity would have a minimal cffect on neighboring properties in tenus of noise, glare, economios or odor. 4, Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district. The subject site abuts other Agricultural-zoned land and is approximately 3,000 feet from the nearest residential home. Aquaculture is a permitted use, and excavation is an indispellBable phase in the construction process for the proposed aquaculture facility. Therefore, staff believes that the proposal is compatible with adjacent properties in the district. ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL RECOMMENDATION (EAC): At their February is, 2007 meeting, before rendering a decision, the Collier County Planning Commission requested that this petition be sent to the Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) for hearing, The EAC heard the petition on June 6, 2007 and unanimously recommended approval (S-O), subject to the following conditions: 1. Results of a Big Cypress Fox Squirrel survey and listed plant species relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Clearing Notification approval; and 2. Copies of required agency pennits shall be submitted before approval of the Conditional Use; and 3. On-site water wells shall not to be used to fill, replenish, or cycle water through the lake. These recommendations, as modified, have been incorporated into the development conditions CU.2005.AR-8748 Pego 7 of 10 Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 15 of 91 included on the following page and attached to the Resolution as Exhibit D. NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION MEETING (NIM): (Synopsis provided by Pam Nickells, Planning Technician). The applicant's agent held the required NIM at 5:30 p.m, on March 29, 2006, at the Max Hasse Community Center, In attendance were the petitioner's agent, the applicant and his wife, County staff, and one member of the public, Mr. Rollo Migliazzo. Mr. Migliazzo stated that he owns 22 acres in northeast Section 22, and additional acreage in the Estates. His main concern regarding the proposed use was the impact on the sUlTounding neighbors of trucks hauling material from the site and road distress caused by the project. However, he was also concerned about the job not being finished in a reasonablc time, if at alL Mr. Fawzy assured Mr. Migliazzo that the project would be complete within one year, as it would only take approximately six months for the excavation and removal of material from the site. He also stated that after six months to one year, he could start selling fish, which would require just one truck per week to the site. Mr. Fawzy said he would take full responsibility for all road maintenancc. Mr, Migliazzo stated he was sUPPoltive of the project. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) forward petition CU- 2005-AR-8748 to the Board of Zoning Appeals with a recommendation of approval subject to the adoption of the following conditions: 1. The use is limited to that depicted on the conceptual site plan identified as "Fawzy Aquaculture Master Sile Plan" prepared by Q. Grady Minor and Associates, P.^-, dated January 2005, as revised tluough June 30, 2006, except as further conditioned below. 2. Approval of this Conditional Use shall not be construed as approval of the attached conceptual site plan; the site plan shall be formally reviewed and approved as part of the Site Development Plan (SDP) process. No variances from any LDC requirements have been granted as part of the acceptance of the subject site plan. Ifit is detelmincdthat the site plan is not in compliance with any LDC requirement, the site plan must be brought into compliance prior to the issuance of any site development plan approval. 3. The amount of excavated material is limited to 300,000 cubic yards. 4. Excavation activities, including removal of material from the subject site, are limited to 18 months from the begi1ll1ing date of excavation, as reported in the" Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation," required to be submitted to the County Manager or designee, I 1- 5, All sections of roads impacted by truck traffic generated by the excavation activity shall be maintained by the owner of the subject site in a dust-free condition for the length of excavation time, as reported in the "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation" to be submitted to the County Manager or designee. Maintenance of the roads shall also consist of all material or components of the roads, which include a stabilized sub grade, base and wearing surface. The sections of road to be maintained include the section on Ashraf Battisha Road, from the entry to the project site to Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture A venue; the section CU.2005.AR-8748 Page 8 of 10 Agenda Item No. 8A October 9. 2007 Page 16 of 91 on Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue, from the intersection of Ashraf Battisha Road to Dove Street; the section on Dove Street, from the intersection of Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue to Frangipani Street; the section on Frangifani Street, from the intersection of Dove Street to lOth Street SE; the seetion on lOt street SE, from the intersection of Frangipani Street to Golden Gate Boulevard; and the section on Golden Gate Boulevard, from the intersection of lOth Street SE to Collier Boulevard. The County Manager or his designee may add sections of road to the above list, at his/her discretion. 6, The pemlitted aquaculture facility shall be limited to native species within thc orders of Ictaluridae and Palaemonidae. If a modification to the products allowed by Aquaculture Certificate Number AQ5421037 is made, it will require approval fTom Collier County Envil'Onmental Staff. 7. This project is within the Panther Primary Merit Zone. Consultation must be sought from the wildlife agencies for allY mitigation required, Staff will ask the agencies to sign off before work on the site commences with the first Development Order. 8. lbe results of a Big Cypress Fox Squirrel survey and listed plant species relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Clearing Notification approval. 9. Copies of all required agency pennits shall be submitted prior to commencement of any work on the site. 10. On-site waleI' wells shall not to be used to fill, replenish, or cycle water through the proposed aquaculture lake. CU-2005-AR-874B Page 9 of 10 PREPARED BY: ~'(l-~~~ JOHN-DAVID MOSS, AICP, PRINClP AL PLANNER DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW RE , ZKOW SISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY -~It~ RAYMO D V. BELLOWS, ZONING MANAUhK DEP AR ENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW ~ ltn. !~.~ SU8'AN MURRAY lSTENES, AICP, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW APPROVED BY: Agenda Item No. SA October g. 2007 Page 17 of 91 7/1'],/07 DATE 7-1J-7 DATE 7 -/2. - 07 DATE 7 ~n, /rJ7 ATE ' ~Q1C f~ MARK P. \STRAIN, CHAIRMAN , , , 1-- Cll-200&-AR-6746 Page 10 of 10 8'- 'l 'Oi DAT <u-~ 0000) CJ _ ON~O Z '0:) ~m".... =a:;Ql .3.D O'l -om ~oo.. ~.,,",, ::::I..J CD OJ <( V .llHIHX3 I- (J) z <( D- O Z <( o ~ > LL .....J OJ w M S '1 S H1 0 ~ I- <( o z w o .....J o o ~ w > <( . w ~ :::::l I- .....J :::::l W U l- e.. <( (J) :::::l <( a ~ (J) <( l- . "- "- >- z <( ~~ I ,~ l- (/) ~ - . Z I- "- "- I- - <( () OJ . - ..--... > >- 0 N 3: ~ <( <( LL ........... I 'lS SVI801 (J) I- . .. ..,-,.-... I- <( OJ LL <( ~ I (J) <( '-../ Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 19 of 91 APPLlCA nON FOR PUBLIC HEARING FOR: CONDITIONAL USE Petition No.: Date Petition Received; Commission District: Planner Assigned: ABOVE TO BE COMPLETED BY STAFF 1 . General Information Name of Applicant(s) Ashraf FawzL Applicant's Mailing Address 2224 Heritage Grecns Drive City Naples ___ State Florida Zip 34119-3310 Applicant's Telephone # CU9J 596-2059 Fax II Applicant's [-Mail Address: Name of Agent Alan V. Roseman Firm O.Grady Minor & Associates, P.A. Agent's Mailing Address 11940 F,)il;\;,av Lakes Drive, Stc. 6 City Fort My_~'s Slate Florida Zi 33913 P._-~. Agent's Telephone II (239) 690-4380 .___ Fax Ii (239) 768-0291 Agent's E-Mail Address: f1.l'osen1<l)1@gr[\'9'yminor.colTl " Be aware that Collier County has lobbyist regulations. Guide yoursc1faecordingly and ensure that you are in compliance \\ith these regulations. APrI.lC.\T1():"oI (Oow, 1'1 m,rC "L\Rl:'E..F()lt.LQ_~nnJQ,~~\L I 'SE -. ..114m3 Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 COLLIER COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Page 20 of 91 DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 2800 N. HORSF:SHOE DRIVE - NAPLES, 1'L 3.t104 PHONE (9.t1) .t03-2400/1'AX (941) 6.t3-6968 Complete the follovving for all Association(s) affiliated with this petition. (Provide additional sheets if necessary) Name of Homeowncr Association: N/A Mailing Address City State _ Zip Name of Homeowner Association: Mailing Address __. City State. ____ Zip Name ofIlomcowner Association: Mailing Address __City State _7.ip~___ Name of Mastel' Association: Mailing Address City State Lip Namc of Civic Association: Mailing Address _'__. City n___ Slale Zip 2. Disclosure of Interest Information: a. If thc property is owned fee simple by an INDIVIDUAL tenancy by thc cntircty. tenancy in common. or joint tcnancy. list all panics with an ownership intercst as well as the perccntage of such interest. (Use additional sheets if necessary). Namt: and Addt'l.~ss Ashraf Fawzv 2224 Herit[[ue Grccns Drive Napl~s. FL 3-+ 119-331 0 h:rcentagc of Ownership 100% .HIoI)l.IC-lTIO' FOR "{-UUC 1If.:\HI:'\r; "-Olt ("n:\I)IT10.\'""r.I'SE~4/1"'/OJ . Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 21 ot 91 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 Ortiel:' Percentage of Stock c. If the property is in the name of a TRUSTEE. list the beneficiaries of the trust with the percentage of interest. Name and Addl'cs~ Percentage of Interes.t d. If the property is in the name of a GENERAL or LIMITED PAR TNERSIIIP, list the name of the general and/or limited partners. Name and Address Percentage of 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 below. including the otlicers. stockholder's, bcncliciarics. or partners. Name and Address PCJ'centage of Ownership Date of Contract: AI.PLlC<\TIO:'\' FOR Pi"m.l(" HEAIU:\C ,,"on CO:\OITIO'\.\L lOSE - ...,lJIUJ Agenda Item I~o, 8A October 9. 2007 f If any contingency clause or contract terms involve additional parties. Ff~e?fj of 91 individuals or ofticers. if a corporation. partnership. or trust. Narn~ and Address g. Date subject property acquired (X) leased ( ):1 all ~LQ} Term of lease ~yr. Imos. 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 IDr 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. 3. Detailed legal description of the property covered by the application: (If space is inadequate, attach on separate page.) If rcquest involves change to 1110re than one zoning district, include separate legal desniption tDr propel1y involved in each district. Applicant shall submit I' aliI' (4) copies of a recent survey (eompleled within the last six months, maximum I" to 400' scale) if required to do so at the pre-application mecting. NOTE: The applicant is responsible tDr supplying tbe correct legal description. If questions arise concerning the legal description, an engineer's cet1ification or sealed survey may be req u ired. Section: 22 Township: 49 Range: 27 Lot; Block: 22.23.24 Subdivision: 100 Plat Book ,,_ Page #:,_____ Property; Ql)31~560()()4. 0031256005 & 0031 }56006 Metes & Bounds Description: Le~al Description As Provided::,Uw__W_Y'_QLrLKN JL2.,_QJ the S y" of the N \1,. oftb" S Y"pt'the NE_~~I: less the W"st 35 feet thereof. dedicated IDr road,p'llrPDses: and the \V y, Dflhe S y,. oCthe S \I,.oftbe N '/,._oflhe S Ii. of'JIKNE y,: less tbe West 35 feet thereof. dedicated I<)r road purposes: and W '/, of the NY" of the NY,. of the S y,. of the S y,. of the NE :1.,: less tb,e West 35 f~~Uhereof. dedicated (Dr road purposes, alllvinl! and bein"jn scction 22. TDVvllship 49 south. ran~e 27 East. Collier Countv. Florida. :\PPLI('..\ TlO,' FOn. Pl'IH.IC' IIL\RI"\G FOR CO'DITIO'\:\L lOSE _ -1/14/03 4. Size of property: 497.4f\. X 1321.0ft. ~ Total Sq. Fl. _ Acres 15.08 Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 23 of 91 5. Address/generallocation ofsubiect property: 2060 Tobias ~.treet 6 . Adiacent zoning and land usc: Zoning Land use NAG Vacant S AG__ Vacant E AG Vacant WAG Vacant Does property owner own contiguolls property to the subject propcrty? If so, give complete legal description of cntirc contiguous property. (If space is inadequate, attach on scparate page). N/A Section: Township: Rangc; Lot: Block: Subdivision: Plat Book Page #: Property; Metes & Bounds Description; . 7 . Tvpe of Conditional Use: This application is requesting conditional use # CU-AR-8748 of the AG district for (TYPE or LSEI Extraction Present Use of the Property: Vacant 8 . Evaluation Criteria: Provide a narrative statement describing this request for conditional use. NOTE: Pursuant to Section 2.7.4. 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 spccltic requirements governing the individual conditional use, if any, have been met, and that further, satisfactory provision and arrangement have been made concerning the .-\PPUCATIO' FOR I'(:[\),(C HEAHI"\C FOR ("O:\"OIT[():'\AL l'SE~ .s/1~1I)J Agenda Item I~o. 8A October 9, 2007 following matters, where applicable. Please provide detailed responsc to eaehPifiJ't~ of 91 criterion listed below. Specify how and why thc rcquest is consistcnt with cacho (Attach additional !luges us muy be neccssary), a. Describe how the project is consistent with the Collier County Land Development Code and Growth Managcment Plan (include information on how the request is consistent with the applicable section or portions of the future land use clement): LDC allows excavations as a condjtionaluse ifth~..e-,~.avation amount is in excess of 4.000 cu, vd. The subiect propertv is designated Agriculture on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Manaaement Plan. The requested conditional use is consi~tent yvitlHhs;\,"..ollier Countv LDC. b. Describe the existing or planned means of ingress and egress to the proper1y and proposed structure thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience. traffic flow and control. and access in case of fire or catastrophe: Ingress and Egress to the proRer1Y.wiU..p~fr9rnQolden Qa,t~J2Jv(L .south on SW lOll> Street 10 Franf!ipani. West 10 Dove Street. South to an unpaved roa.<1 (Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture A vel West to a cleared easement ( Ashnrf Ballisha Road) and SoutnlQ property,.JSee Attached Exhibit "A"). c. Describe the effect the conditional use will have on neighboring propet1ies in relation to noise. glare. economic impact and odor: The only etfect & the conditions u~e will hav~ on neighboring prospective .will be the removal.ofthe material from the excavation of thLiMlliaculture I.ake whieh ShOlLid be approximatelv a six (6) rnonlh to a veal' process. The nearest residence [i'om the ~ilC is approxin11!lclv },QQ()ic feet. d. Dcscribe the sitc's and the proposed usc's compatibility with adjacent properties and other properties in the district: The !1l'lJi)oscd use of the propertv is for General Native Aquaculture. This is a compmLbk usc iJ1 tllc AG district which all surrounding properties. arc in. e. Please provide any additional information which you may teel is rclevanlto this reg uest. Onc_~ the construction of the lake is complete the stoekirw of the I1sh will take plaee with approximatclv fiftv (50) cages beint< constructed and put in 111ace with '\1~'.L1CATI()~' FOR rnH.lC 1ff:;\lU\'G Fon CO"DITIO.'\,-\L (SE -41l41HJ Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 about 1.000 !ish per ca~e. The actual harvesting will take~ce about every 4-6 fi't&IHi'S' of 91 with onlv small delivery trucks bein~ used to transport !ish to customers. The accompanying .slte plan s)lows the possible location or one (I) residential structure with adiacent parking along with one (I) future location of processing ar~_'LJ'reczer and Storage area. One (1) future location of Food, Equipment and aerators storage. and one (I) location of greenhouse and breeding tanks. These areas will only be used for items used in coniurlction with the operation and not fOLQU\sid~__HSes,_The ~xLsJing -,!ccess easen1ent to the site has alrcady bcen clea[ef! an4I:.awzy Aquaculture will construct tbe necessary roadway to the prQ$cl. Fawzy Aquaculture will also be rcsponsible for the maintenance repairing of the access route during the process of removingJ.b<;'Qxce~_)!1aterial from the site_ '). Deed Restrictions: The County is legally precluded from enforcing deed restrietions; 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 bcing requested in order to ascertain whether or not the request is affected by existing deed restrictions. 10. Previous land use petitions on the subiect property: To your knowledge. has a public hearing been held on this propeIty within the last ycar0 If so, what was tbe nature of that hearing? NO 11. Additional Submittal rCQuirements: In addition to this completed application, the following must be submitted in ordcr for your application to be deemed sufficient. unless otherwise waived during the preapplication meeting. 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 J I" copy of site plan], drawn to a maximum scale of 1 inch equals 400 feet. depicting the following [Additional copies or the plan may be requested upon completion of staff evaluation for distribution to the Board and various advisory boards such as the Environmental Aclvisory Board (EAS). or CCPCI; . all cxisting and proposed structures and the dimensions thereoL . provisions for existing and/or proposed ingress ancl egress (including pedcstrian ingress and egress to the site and the structure(s) on site). APPLlC-\TlO~ fOR l~nH.lC HE:\HI\'G FOH CO'DITIO:'\AI. l'SE - .l/l4/11J Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 . all existing and/or proposed parking and loading areas [include matrix indic~fl~g 26 of 91 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. . proposed locations for utilities (as \Nell as location of existing utility services to 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 Statement (EIS), as required by Section 3.R. of the Land Development Code (I.De). d. Whether or not an EIS 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 consistcnt with Florida Department of Transportation Land Use Cover and Forms Classification Systcm. 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 arca of historical or archaeological probability (as identified at pre- application meeting); h. The petitioner must provide a Iettcr of no objcction from the United States Postal Service prior .to submittal of the application. Please contact Robert M. Skebe. Growth Management Coordinator at: L .S. Postal Service 1200 Goodlette Road J\aplcs. Florida 34102-9998 Phone (239) 435-2122: Fax (239) 435-2160 i. Any additional requirements as may be applicable to spccific conditional uses and identified during the pre-application meeting. including but not limited to any required state or federal permits. Be advised that Section 2.7,2,3,2 (3) of the Land Development Code requires an applicant to l'emove their public hearing sign (s) aftcr final llction is taken hy the Board of County Commissioners. Based on the Board's final action on this item, please remove all public hearing advertising sign(s) immediately, AI)I)LKATIO~ FOR PCllI,JC ilEARI'C FOJ~ CO\"[)fTlO'''1. LSF: _ J/1.lJI1J Agenda Item No. 8A October 9. 2007 Page 27 of 91 ST A TEMENT OF UTILITY PROVISIONS FOR CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST 1. NAME OF APPLICANT: Ashraf Fawzv 2. MAILING ADDRESS: 2224 Heritage Greens Drive CITY ZIP 3. ADDRESS OF SUBJECT PROPERTY (IF A V AILABLE): 2060 Tobias Strc.et 4. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Section: 22 Township: 49 Range: 27 Lot: Block: 21..23.24 ___Subdivision: 100 Plat Book Page #:_ Property 1.0,#; 00312560004.0031256005 & 0031256006 Metes & Bounds Description: See Attached Legal Description 5. TYPE OF SEW AGE DISPOSAL TO BE PROVIDED (Check applicable system): a. COUNTY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 b. CITY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 c. FRANCHISED VTILITY SYSTEM 0 PROVIDE NAME d. PACKAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0 (GPO capacity) e. SEPTIC SYSTEM X 6. TYPE OF WATER SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED: a. COVNTY VTlLITY SYSTEM 0 b. CITY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 c. FRANCHISED UTILITY SYSTEM 0 PROVIDE NAME d. PRIVATE SYSTEM (WELL) X ._\IIIIL!CATlOS FOR rCRLtC iIEARI,\{; FOR CO\DITIO.'AL l'sr - -UI4/H3 Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 28 of 91 7. TOTAL POPULATION TO BE SERVED: 2 ERCS 8. PEAK AND AVERAGE DAILY DEMANDS: A. WATER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY B. SEWER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY 250 250 9. IF PROPOSING TO BE CONNECTED TO COLLIER COUNTY REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM, PLEASE PROVIDE THE DATE SERVICE IS EXPECTED TO BE REQUIRED: NA 10. NARRATIVE STATEMENT: Provide a brief and concise narrative statement and schematic drawing of sewage treatment process to be used as well as a specific statement regarding the method of effluent and sludge disposal. If percolation ponds are to be used. then percolation data and soil involved shall be provided from tests prepared and certified by a professional engineer. II. COLLIER COUNTY lJTlLlTY DlWICA nON STATEMENT: If the project is located within the services boundarics of Collier County's utility service system, written notarized statement shall be provided agreeing to dedicate to Collier County Utilities the water distribution and sewage collection facilities within the project area upon completion of the construction of these facilities in accordance with all applicable County ordinances in effect at the at time. This statement shall also include an agrcement that the applicable system development charges and connection fees will be paid to the County Utilities Division prior to the issuance of building permits by the County. If applicable, the statement shall contain shall contain an agreement to dedicate the appropriate utility easements for serving the water and sewer systems. 12. STATEMENT OF AVAILABILITY CAPACITY FROM OTHER PROVIDERS: Unless waived or otherwise provided for at the pre-application meeting, if the project is to receive sewer or potable water services from any provider other than the County. a statement from that provider indicating that there is adequate capacity to serve the project shall be provided. nilit~. Pnlvi"inn Stalr-IIICllt IU.\1 Iflll7l97 API'I.ICATIO:\' Fon t't"DUC IIEARi:\(; FOR CO\i1ITl<l.'\,.\L rs[ - 4/14/03 . COLLlER COUNTY GOVERNMENT DEPT, OF ZONING & LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW WWW.COLLlERGOV.NET 6968 Agenda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 29 of 91 280D NORTH HOR.SESHOE DRIVE NAPLES, FLORIDA 34104 (239)403-2400 FAX (239) 643- (i) CU-2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13105 MICHAEL DERUNTZ CONDI'I'IQ~AL U~~ftT~TlON ... :.,'";:; "',~. '. f.' ". . -,-.~ PRE-APPLICATION M:EETlNG NOTES & SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST Date: b' V;; . 0$ Time: I: lS Planner: C]."..,..O' l.y~ VA.-I F..... Project Name: F IJ- w 2>f. A (\)u dt LCJl~ r Project Addr/Location: II 8 3 -I a 't;.;o'l. ~ <:t Applicant Name: II). 'nX'''-~ <f 0,,"'" 2-j Phone: :17 ').. ~ ;) ~ 44: Firm: ~cJ.,! /VI ~"'b~c... Type of Petition: c::::.u Owner Name: .A S ~t'" \?- Current Zonin9:~ \.' 0.. t.V Z-../ . Owner Address: ;l))-'i v.",..r':\-'1~t r..y-e,.,^~ dV'l/ Phone: 2'l,'7-)7~~.')$4'Y- ~e~imgAheM~~~( (!lfui.ch.siiij:iq$~~~H SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: ~ 20 copies of Application, completed \-B- \1 ....:lclitiol.<:tl ...\ if loc"tea il'l lite BOlY6kGre/GOlt~.....y 1.1""91" R..cl..y..l~t'".,,,,1 A,,,,,) .. !&l One (1) Addressing Checklist signed by Addressing Dept . l8J 20 copies of Pre-applicatIon meeting notes W 20 copies of Conceptual Site Plan 24" X 36" plus (one B V2 X 11 copy) ~ ~ Two (2) Copies of Deed(s) Completed Owner/Agent Affidavits, Notarized Four (4) Environmental Impact Statement lEIS), oCwafv:tJ Five (5) Aerial Photographs (taken within the previous 1 2 months) J,JjA-- 1 '. I i ~ g] % Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 30 of 91 Seven (7) Traffic Impact Statement ITIS), or waiver Four (4) Historical and Archeological Survey, or wolver I, \..\ Copies of State and/or Federal Permits .:;o....b ~?~ e F<:l"r (4) ^,r-~it~~hlretl R9~,.(91"'na t"IoF Prnpt"l!:An ~tnIMJlY Electonlc copy of all documents and plans (CD ROM or Dl<kette) Letter of no objection from the United Stotes Postal Service. Contact Robert M. Skebe at (239) 435-2122. Pre-appllcotian Fee $500.00 (Applications subml"ed 9 month. or more after the date of the last pre-app meeting shall not be credited toward. application Fee. and a new pre- application meeting will be required.) 0 $4,000.00* ~ $l.!io.oO $300.00 0 $729.00 0 $363.00 0 $1,600.00 OTHER REQUIREMENTS: o o o o Application Fee Fire Code Review ComprehensIve Planning Consistency Review Estimated Legal AdvertisIng Fee - CCPC Meeting Estimated Legal Advertising Fee - BCC Meeting lany over- or under.poyment wHl be reconciled upon receipt of Invoice from Naples Daily News). EIS Review, if required *$1500.00 If filed In conJunctian with a rezone petition NOTES: A(j1i:\ \ u) lr:LUC(~ ~ lL-x..-~-\O",c\ c:U.:WryWV:-\.~\W'\ Lrx2.-/c> .03 - uS B - F 12e.Q~ 1\2,GMEASr.S: /tou> N8Gt1 &~}-/ DCP f#J fd2/hfl'n CAJ M~N&' ~ILA f ~=tt~ nD-fjAi~~d.Qdueri75er. pue'!>: f<., 1)) u . . '-It e~ AJ (::2-) 4dxt)Ol ~ t1 (;t . II (e.,. 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'> " ~ w ~ <( z ADDRESSING CHECKLIST .l\genda Item No. 8.'1 October 9. 2007 Page 32 of 91 Please complete the following AND FAX (239-659-5724) OR SUBMIT IN PERSON TO THE ADDRESSING SECTION. FORM MUST BE SIGNED BY ADDRESSING PERSONNEL PR.!OR TO PRE- APPLICATION MEETING. Not all items will apply to every project. Items in bold type are required, 1. Legal description of subject property or properties (copy aflengthy description may be attached) '2.-"2- - t.-f 9 - '2-'1- P ~ ;;ld-.. d. '3 'd L{ ---------_._._--,-._-- , 2, Folio (Property ID) number(s) of above (attach to, or associate with, legal description ifmore than one) _,('")(J 31 ~ toy ()OOLQ. 00 "',~:. 5" Co 0 OOS- I D03 \ ~(" 0 0 () OLf Po..('~:e..\ :::;)'1' f -C"<:'\ ;;i d.. f-'c.r(""-\__d~___ 3. Street d ess or addresses as a licable, if already assigned) 4. Location map, showing exact location ofproject!site in relation to nearest public road right-of-way (attach) 5. Copy of survey (NEEDED ONLY FOR UNPLATTED PROPERTIES) 6. Proposed project name (if applicable) 7. Proposed Street names or applicable) 8. Site Development Plan Number (FOR EXISTING PROJECTS/SlTES ONLY) SDP 9. Petition Type - (Complete a separate Add.ressing Checklist for each Petition Type) DSDP (Site Development Plan) o SDPA (SDP Amendment) o SDPI (SDP Insubstantial Change) o SIP (Site Improvement Plan) o SIP I (SlPI Insubstantial Change) o SNR (Street Name Change) o Vegetation/Exotic (Veg. Removal Permits) D Land Use Petition (Variance, Conditional Use, Boat Dock Ext., Rezone, PUD rezone, etc.) ~ Other - Describe: CO.....:...,~o........\ 1.1-\ e o PPL (Plans & Plat Review) o PSP (Preliminary Subdivision Plat) o FP (Final Plat) o LLA (Lot Line Adjustment) o BL (Blasting Penuit) o ROW (Right-of-Way Permit) o EXP (Excavation Permit) o VRSFP (Veg. Removal & Site Fill Permit) o TDR (Transfer of Development Rights) 10. Project or development names proposed for, or already appearing in, condominium documents (if applicable; indicate whether proposed or existing) 11. Please Check One: 0 Checklist is to be Faxed Back 0 Personally Picked Up 12. Applicant Name ~5 hV'~_ft..\>1 ~t Phone Fax 13. Signature on Addressing Checklist docs not consti te Project andlor Street Nanle approval and is subject to further review by the Addressing Section. CU.2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13/05 MICHAEL DERUNTZ FOR STAFF USE ONLY Primary Number J I 'b S Address Number ~ I Z:3 Address Number ..., \ "6'-1 Address Number Approved by J{~_.f~_ Date J.:?" S - D5 EXHIBIT" A" Agenda Item No. 8A October 9. 2007 Page 33 of 91 FAWZY AQUACULTURE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Cl. f .~ THE WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTH 1/2. o OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF, cs. DEDICATED FOR ROAD PURPOSES: AND THE WEST 1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2. ~ OF THE NORTH 1/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF, ~ DEDICATED FOR ROAD PURPOSES: AND WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE NORTH 1/2. OF ~ THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. DEDICTED o FOR ROAD PURPOSES, ALL LYING AND BEING IN SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 49 SOUTH. RANGE 27 EAST o. _ COLLIER COUNTY. FLORDIA. c o E (]) if) o ~ o ~ .A <D o N CD o o N -...... ,.... -...... r0 . . (]) "D o :2 0' '" "D .-J <( Cl W ...J (L u.. <( /" (]) ~ u <( L[) /" >- -~ ~ /" 0'> C (]) L. o ~ Cl. /" ~i ~ ){ \-\ \ 0'l' 119 .l\genda item />JojJ... ,b October ~, 2UO'j Page 34 of 91 A 5 J-I/?A F- FA vv zt 8> ,/!TTr snit R-6AD ,\')." ~ Vj- ,~ 'Zl l~ 7( ::\) <::~ ~.~ p,IiW7i B/? 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AFFIDAVIT We/I, _Ashraf Fawzy 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 Wellfurther authorize _Q, Crady Minor & Associates, P,A,_ to act as our/my representative in any matters regarding this Petition, Signature of Property Owner ~'n. , \ ,-:::, --4.s.f# .. '\.. Signature of Property Owner Typed or Printed Name o.fOwner !~ S H f,'A F Fi9!-v 2./ Typed or Printed Name of Owner , .-V\\ The foygoing rts~'umel!t wf0acknowledged before me this 21..: day of }f 0' V 20.!.L by ,. J-..--t' '\'",J-" '%:,P'i who is eersonallJ!.law~ 10 me or has produced ....__as Ide q cation. State of Florida County of Collier ~,\{"'D- --- (Signature of Notary Public. Slate of Florida) --..., ~i'>"~ 1'.\,1,;:: '1 :,c,c',crAAN ~ ~~ Mi c'J:~_;:,;.:2~;.~N;.: ~uR3$410 ;,001-0F~~"" [;:;J)-',.':.S..IJ~;' ;r.~ 2&, itl01 '.flO:).3--NO~'.';". " ,'-",l~~r~^,,~. Co. ( rint T e or Starn Commissioned ~~ of lJ!flIfv"X>.iJ~~ ~~.q MY COMMISSION ~ 00233470 "'l"Oi"'~" EXPIRES: August ZG, 2007 . -OC>>::HIOTAAY FL NolllfY 0iUXli.!n\ ~oo:::, Co. APPI.ICATION FOR PUBLIC HEARING rOR CONDITIONAL USE _ 4114103 ~ l'- 8 N'\ '8 .~ d ~ >= " z UJ ~ i: z <l: a: <l: => '" w ~ !:: .... o ~ 2 PREPARED WITHOUT OPINION BY: GARY 1. HAUSLER, ESQ, 950 North Collier Blvd., Suile 301 Marco Island, Florida 34145 Ht 3281422 OR: 342S.gB6~a o:,&Qrjlt:!8L\ mom! I. OlllCUl molDS of eOILJH::l:61Wi: !:li 2007 lOlli/IDOl It O!:2111 DflGIIT I. BlOet, Cliiile '45 of 91 Call mOI.lD oem 1.00 roe',ll !l!.!O FoHo Nos. DD312560005/00312600004/00312640006 l!tD.: ISLW !llLl GUAiAll! l~lCl I /!ClOP W ARRA.'f\'TY DEED This Warranty Deed, made this -1.S.th day of Odoh.r .2003, by JOSE L. SANTACRUZ and THELDRA F. SANTACRUZ, Individually and as Trustees under the Jose I. And Theldra F, Santacruz Revocable Living Trust dated March 16,2001, whose post office address is 3214 W, Cypress Street, Tamp., FL 33607, hereinafter ealled the Grooter. to ASHRAF A. FAWZY, a married man, whose post office address is 2224 Heritage Gre<m Drive, Naples, FL 34119, hereinafter called the Grantee.: Witnesseth: That the Grantor, for and in. consideration of the sum ofTen and notIOO Dollars and other good and valuable considerations, =cipi whereof is hereby acknowledged, hereby grants, bargains and selis aliens, remises) release!:;, conveys and confirms unto the Grantee all that certain land situate in Collier County, State of Florida) viz: The West 1;2. afthe North y~ ofthc South % of the North Y1. of the South VI, of the Nortlu;::ast \I.; less the West 35 feet thereof, dedicated for road pm:poses; AND Tbe West Y, of the South Yo of the South Y, of the North V. of the South y, of the Northeast v.; less the West 35 feet therror, dedicated for road PUIJloses; AND The West V. of the North Y, of the North y, of the South y, of the Northeast V.,less the West 3S feet thereof, dedicated for road PUIJl~ng and being in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 Eas~ of the Pub i~~ 6l9i!\1)(County. Florida. Subject to ""m""". restrictiuns ;:)\/ tions ~~or thc cumn! y", ond lh=afIa. THIS IS VACANT LANDU, PE IT OF THE GRANTORS NOR IS IT CONTIGUOU~~' TIlE GRANTORS. ,. TOGETHER. with aI/we I.:n.: ! a d olon . g"or In U1ywiS~ ll:ppmaining. ~D. Gtantors do ht;reby co~r-. ",:Ith said Granzees that C' BO ~ wfu}1y seized of said land in fee lmtlple:; that the GrmtOJ$ have gh1 and lawful autbo U dW'nvey &lid land. and berWY wan-ant the. title to said !.and and will ~ against \hl:ll2.w . ot4n persons woomsoe;ver; and that &aid land is free ofaU encwnbriWr.es, ex ~ '> ~ accruing subs~~)h current year. ~C':J?, IN WITNESS WREREOf,liald Gra.nlQf ~l~ ~t~ prc~Clls lite day a. year fi~ IOO'Vt wnttl:rt. ~~~ J I.SANTAC Uz, IndividuaUy and~Tru tee ~-dt: THELDRA F. SANTACRUZ" [ndividually and as Trustee 1,1 Witness #2 print Name STATE OF FLOJ"lWA, . _. , h COUNTYOF \lri\l'2.~8 . The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 6rh day of October ,2003, by JOSE L SANTACRUZ and THELDRA F. SANTACRUZ, Individually and as Trust""" under the Jose I. And Tbeldra F. Santacruz Revocablel.iving T~ted March 16, 200 I, who is pemmally known to me or presented :~ \";;;:i:.-;~~ ~~ Ie Signature , Cl!.2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13/05 ~nAEL f/EltJ;fHTl'J/ / / L..c:L-Y'tJ/I.nC\... Vcue/rtJ .'Iqenda Item I~o, 8.'1 - October 9, 2007 Page 46 of 91 iii:!!!Jf!Il UNITED STlJ.TES ~ POSTdL SERVICE: November 1, 2005 CU-2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13105 r~L BERUNU :;; ~r"J.'/'" t:?v/<2-Y-C" Alan V, Roseman Q. Grady Minor & Associates, PA 3800 Via Del Rey Bonita Springs, FI. 34134-7569 Letter of no objection, Collier county Conditional Use Property LD. #00312640006, 00312560005 and 003 ]2600004, The Postal Service has no objection to delivery in your development, pending the mode of delivery in which we will establish in accordance with your approved P.U,D. All new developments are to be" Centralized Delivery", Call me for location of boxes, 435-2122. Sincerely, ~~ Bob Skebe Growth Management RECEIVED NOV U 2 2005 Q. Grady i,.", , ,~~s~ocia\('."; c.' t<APt.ES MAIN OI'FICE 1200 GOClOlETTe RO N NAPl.I!S. FL 34102-9098 I: \proj_eng\FAWZY\15Acre\MCP\15ocre,dwg, SITE, 3/22/2006 11:05:45 AM, orosernan, plotstornp1 p t Agenda Item No, 8A ' , r.:: \./ LI \ l3 \ ----\ L::: \ October 9, 2007 t.::. ,,\'. L. Page 47 of 91 < )> n - z - -1 -< . z :s= -1 en )> U ,---..., )> (/) I ;0 )> '1 CD )> --I --I TOBIAS ST, (/) ,---..., I '1 )> )> ;0 :;;E 10TH ST, SW 0 N . -< '--/ CD )> '1 --I ;0 ~ --I )> en z I C) ~ )> "lJ . )> ~ )> Z 0 - C (j) (/) )> --I --I n fT1 C r -1 C ;::0 fT1 )> C) o r o fT1 Z C) )> -1 fT1 CD r < o < fT1 '--/ Agenda Item No. SA October 9,2007 Page 48 of 91 CU-2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12113f05 MICHAEL DERUNTZ STATEMENT OF UTILITY PROVISIONS FOR CONDITIONAL USE REOUEST 1. NAME OF APPLICANT: _Ashraf Fawzy 2, MAILING ADDRESS: _2224 Heritage Greens Drive CITY Naples ZIP 34119-3310 3. ADDRESS OF SUBJECT PROPERTY (IF A V AILABLE): 11~Q T"'k:~r 4, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Section: _22_ Township: _49_Range: _27_ Lot: Block: Subdivision: Plat Book Page #: Property I.D,#:_See attached Iist_ Metes & Bounds Description: _See attached legal description 5, TYPE OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL TO BE PROVIDED (Check applicable system): a. COUNTY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 b, CITY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 c. FRANCHISED UTILITY SYSTEM 0 PROVIDE NAME d. PACKAGETREATMENTPLANT 0 (GPD capacity) e. SEPTIC SYSTEM [8J 6. TYPE OF WATER SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED: a. COUNTY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 b. CITY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 c. FRANCHISED UTILITY SYSTEM 0 PROVIDE NAME d, PRIVATE SYSTEM (WELL) [8J APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC HEARING FOR CONDITIONAL USE - 4114/03 . 7, TOTAL POPULATION TO BE SERVED:_2 (dwelling unitsL Agenda Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 49 of 91 -' 8, PEAK AND AVERAGE DAILY DEMANDS: A. WATER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY B, SEWER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY 500 GPD - - _400 GPD 9. IF PROPOSING TO BE CONNECTED TO COLLIER COUNTY REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM, PLEASE PROVIDE THE DATE SERVICE IS EXPECTED TO BE REQUIRED: N/A 10. NARRATIVE STATEMENT: Provide a brief and concise narrative statement and schematic drawing of sewage treatment process to be used as well as a specific statement regarding the method of effluent and sludge disposal. If percolation ponds are to be used, then pcrcolation data and soil involved shall be provided from tests prepared and certified by a professional engineer. 11. COLLIER COUNTY UTILITY DEDICATION STATEMENT: If the project is located within the services boundaries of Collier County's utility service system, written notarized statement shall be provided agreeing to dedicate to Collier County Utilities the water distribution and sewage collection facilities within the project area upon completion of the construction of these facilities in accordance with all applicable County ordinances in effect at the at time. This statement shall also include an agrcement that the applicable system development charges and connection fees will be paid to the County Utilities Division prior to the issuance of building permits by the County. If applicable, the statement shall contain shall contain an agreement to dedicate the appropriate utility easements for serving the water and sewer systems. 12, STATEMENT OF AVAILABILITY CAPACITY FROM OTHER PROVIDERS: Unless waived or otherwise provided for at the pre-application meeting, if the project is to receive sewer or potable water services from any provider other than the County, a statement from that provider indicating that there is adequate capacity to serve the project shall be provid ed. U'lIlty PtCJ'VislQn Statement RJM 10/17/97 APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC HEARING FOR CONDITIONAL USE - 4/14/03 CONDITIONAL USE APPLICATION SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST THIS COMPLETED CHECKLIST IS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH PACKETI ,Agenda /tern No, 8.l\ October 9, 2007 Page 50 of 91 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS #017 NOT COPIES REOUIRED REOUlRED 1. Completed Application 20* X 2. Copy of Deed(s) and list identifying Owner(s) and all 2* X Partners if a Corporation 3. Completed Owner/Agent Affidavits, Notarized 2* X 4. Pre-application notes/minutes 20* X 5. Conceptual Site Plans (including (1) 8-112 X 11 copy) 20* X 6, Environmental Impact Statement - (EIS) 4 X 7. Aerial Photograph - (with habitat areas identified) 5* X 8, Completed Utility Provisions Statement (with required 4 X attachments and sketches) 9, Traffic Impact Statement - (TIS) 7 X 10. Historical & Archaeological Sur-vey or Waiver 4 X Application 11. Copies of State and/or Federal Permits 4 X 12, Architectural Rendering of Proposed Structure(s) 4 X 13. Application Fee = $4000 - Comprehensive Plan Consistency Review = $300 Fire Code Rcview Fee = $150 Check shall be made payable to: Collier County Board of Commissioners X 14. Electronic copy of all documents and plans 1 X '- IS. Letter of no objection from the United Statcs Postal 1 X Service - 16, Othcr Requiremcnts - · Documents required for Long-Range Planning Review Jos. the authorized agentlapplicant for this petition, I attest that all of the information indicated on this checklist is included in this submittal package. I understand tllat failure (0 include all necessary submittal information may result in '" ,0. o;,ro="" ~:'Vf~'O~ ______ /1 [;;;'~ APp~gnature APpr.rCATJON FOR PIJBLJC HEARING FOR CONDITIONAL USE - 4fJ4f03 . Agenda Item ~Jo. 8A October 9, 2007 HOOVER PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT, INC~51 of91 Land, Environmental & Traffic Planning Consultants 3775 Airport Road North, Suite B, Naples, Florida 34105 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) Project: FAWZY AQUACULTURE SECTION 22 TOWNSHIP 49 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST APPROXIMATELY 15,09 ACRES Presented to: COLLIER COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT 2800 NORTH HORSESHOE DRIVE NAPLES, FL 34104 Dated: Revised: March 26, 2007 May 1, 2007 ,Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 rP.~90.~c\li\u'j!c1 Collier County Environmental Impact Statement Pnge 2 of 19 , I ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT 10.02.07. Submittal Requirements for All ApplicatioIls 4. Information required for application. a, Applicant information. i. Responsible person who wrote the ~IS and hi~/her educdti,on and job related 8nvironmcntal experience. Jeremy Sterk, B.S., Aquatic Biology, 13 years job related experience. A resume is attached. ii. O'Nner(s)/agent{~) name, addrc~;s, phone number & c.--mall address. Ashraf Fawzy 2224 Heritage Greens Drive Naples, FL 34119 Email: Ashrafnaples@aol.com b. Mapping and support graphics. i. Gerleral location rnap. See attached site location map (EXHIBIT 1), ii. Native habitat~ and their boundaries idcntifj.ed on an ~eriaJ_ photograph of the site extending at least 200 feet outside the parcel boundary. This does not mean the applicant is required to go on to adjoining properties. Habitat identificatioIl consistent with the Florida Department of Transport_atian Florida Land Use Cover and Forms Classification System (FLUCCS) shall be depi.cted on an aerial photograph having a scale of one inch equal to at least 200 feet \vhen available from the County. Other scale aerials may be used where appropriate for the size of the project! provided the phot_ograph and oVGrlays are legible at the scaJe provided. A legend for each of the FLUCCS cdtegories found on-site shall be included on the aeriaJ. Native communities were mapped according to the Florida Department of Transportation Florida Land Use Cover and Forms Classification System .(FLUCCS) and their boundaries are depicted on the attached 2006 aerial at a scale of 1 "=200' (EXHIBIT 2). Also attached is an 8 'I," X 11" sheet (l "=200') with black and white FLUCCS mapping for clear reference (EXHIBIT 3), The maps are entitled "Fawzy Aquaculture-FLUCCS Mapping". Both maps detail FLUCC:S mapping 200' outside the property boundary. The mapping outside propcrty boundaries was done through aerial intcrpretatioll. iii. Topographic map and existing drainage patt.e.cns if applicable. Where possible! elevations within each of FLUCCS categories shall be provided. Site elevations average approximately 11.5' NGVD. See attached survey with topographic mapping (EXHIBIT 4) provided by Q. Grady MinO!' & Associates, There are G:\Ht' Projeol F;le~\JlJO's\lll~-Ellvir(JnmM:QllI.w.:ssm"ot' )IJS9-0J(\ F~\V2y Aqll&Cllhurel2nd SubmiltallENVIRONMENTAl.lMPACT STATEMENT $.1-{l7.dm: Agenda Item No, 8A October 9, 2007 Page 53 of 91 Fnwzy J!\quactlllure Collier County Environmentallmptlcl Statemellt Page 3 of 19 multiple elevations in each FLUCCS community, Drainage is generally from the northeast to the southwest. iv, Soils map at scale consistent wi.th that used for the Florida Department of Transportation Florida Land Use Cover and Forms Classification System determinat.ions. Soils lines have been digitized fi'om the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) map of Collier County. A map detailing the soil typcs found on the subject property is included at a scale of I "=200' and is attached on an 8:;''' X II" sheet. The map is entitled "Fawzy Aquacullure--~NRCS Soils Mapping" (EXHll3lT 5). v. Proposed drainage plan indicating basic flow patterns, outfall and off- site drainage. See attached Master Site Plan, provided by Q, Grady Minor & Associates, P.A. (EXHIIlIT 6), Currently water .flow in the area is to the south \ southwest. Water on the site will be controlled by a small pcrimcter berm and designed for zero surface water discharge offsite. vi. tlevelopment plan including phasinq program, oeL'vice or.ca of existing and proposed public facilities, and existirlg arId proposed transportation network in the impact area. See attacbed Master Site Plan, provided by Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A Public Facilities Being agricultural in nature, this project is not expected to crcate additional demand for public facilities Trmlsportation Network The applicant has agreed to improve the condition of Dove Tree road (private) as part of hauling off material dug from the proposed aquaculture facility. The site will generate traffic during the construction phase of the aquaculture lake, but once construction is complcte traffic generated is expected to be insignificant. A regional aerial is induded that shows how the Fawzy property will be accessed (EXIIlB1T 6B). There is no additional clearing necessary to the proposed route, vii. Site plan Showing preserves on-site, and how they align with preserves on adjoining and neighboring properties. Include on the plan locations of proposed and existing development, roads, and areas for stormwater retention, as shown on approved master plans for these sites, as well as public owned corlservatlon lands, conservation acquisition areas, major flowways and potential wildlife corridors. The proposed agricultural use of this property makes it exempt from indigenous preserve requirements. Property immediately around this parcel is currently undeveloped, U;\lIP Pr(ljeet Fi\e.~\JOO'.\)8')-Environmcn\.Jl AIIC&\.Incnl~ 3\389-070 fIIl'o'l~ AqtJ.cultur.e\2nd SllbllliuallliNVIRONMI:NTAL ll>ifP ACT ST ^ TEMENT j.I.07.doc Agenda Hem I~o, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Fa~gtquii6.llnfr.g 1 Collier County EnvironlTlcutallmpact Slalcment Pflge 4 of 19 V.1.1~, For properties in the RLSA or RFMU districts I a site plan ShOwing the location of the site I and land use designations and overlays as identified in the Growth Management Plan. The Fawzy parcel is located in the Rural Fringe Mixed Use distriet and is classified as Sending Lands\NRP A. See attached map entitled "Fawzy Aquaculture - "(RMFU) North Belle Meade Overlay & Parcel Location" (EXHIBIT 7). c. Project description and GMP consistency determination. i. Provide an overall description of the project with respect to environmental and water management i.ssues. Proiect Description The Fawzy Aquaculture pt'Ojecl proposes construction of an aquaculture facility for growing native fish, It will consist of a large lake and locations for future equipment \ storage \ processing buildings, TIle project proposes using the "decp lake" method of raising fish in cages. An aquaculture ccrtification has been obtained from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumcr Services for raising catfish (lctaluridae) or Shrimp (Palaemonidae). The applicant expccts to raise catfish, Methodology for raising the catfish wiH be similar to that described in the attached Southem Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC) publication about Tilapia, entitled "Cage Culture ofTilapia" (EXHIBIT 8), The Fawzy project will not be raising Tilapia, only using similar methods as those dcscribed in the publication, A second Publication entitled "Cage Culture, Site Selection and Water Quality" (EXHIBIT 9) is also included for reference. In addition, the projcct will closely following the guidelines laid out in the attached State of Florida "Aquaculture Best Management Practices Rule" (EXHIBIT 10). The aquaculture celtificate is attached (EXHIBIT I I) Environmental Issucs The property is located in the North Belle Meade and is classified under the RFMU as NRP A Sending Lands, The parcel is located within primary panther habitat. It also contains pine flatwoods habitat that may be suitable for other listed species such as fox squirrels. Existing Site Conditions Listcd below arc the FLUCCS communities identified on the site, The following community descriptions cotTespond to the mappings on the attached FLUCCS map, See Florida Land Use, Cover and Forms Classification System (Depmtment of Transp0l1ation, Surveying & Mapping Geographic Mapping Section, 1999) for definitions. Unimproved Af!ricultural Lands, FLUCCS:?12 0,61 Acres G\HP Prlljecl Fib1JOO'''''JS9.Ellvirl>lln''ml~1 A'\el~m~nb 3\389-070 I'ft....q ^~wcuhufe\2nll Sunrniu;J.!\r:NVIRONMENTAL IMPACT $T ^ TE}.1ENT S.l.(n.doc Agenda Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 55 of 91 Fawzy Aquaculture Collier County Envimnmentallmpact Statement Pnge 5 of [9 This classification is found ill a small swath that runs northwest to southeast across the property. It seems to connect two semi-improved pasture areas. Canopy is sparse and limited to scattered slash pine and cabbage palm. Groundcover is dominated by a mix of pasture grasses. Pine Flatwood.l', FLUCCS 411. 13.00 Acres This community makes up the majority of the property and is dominated by slash pine with scattered cypress and melaleuca in the canopy. Midstory includes scattered saw palmetto, sumac, myrsine, and buckthorn. Other vegetation present includes grapevine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pennyroyal, and smilax. NAME COMMON NAME STRATUM 41 t - Pine Flotwoods Dominant P;,ms el/iotti S'aba/ palmettu Comm.on Vitis ro/undifolia Smilax spp, !lex cassine ~rena tobata Toxicodendron radicans Occasional Melaleuca quinquenervia* Bumelia celastrina. Taxodium ascendens Pi/oblephis rigida Schinus tel'ebinthifolius* j\1yrica ceJ'ifera Serenoa l'epeHS pine (slash pine) cabbage palm muscadine grape Smilax dahoon holly Caesar weed poison ivy melaleuca buekthol11 pond cypress pennyroyal Brazilian pepper V-laX myrtle saw palmetto canopy canopy vine vine mid-story ground cover vme canopy mid-story cannpy ground coyer mid-story mid-story mid.stol'Y *invasive exotic Melaleuca Invaded Pine Flatwoods. FLUCCS 411/4)4, 1,48 Acres This community is found in the nOlih portion of the parcel. Canopy is dominated by slash pine with melaleuca in densities that vary from approximately 25 to 50%, Midstol'Y includes scattered saw palmetto, Slilllac, myrsine, sapling me1aleuca, and buckthorn, Other vegetation present includes grapevine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pelU1yroyal, and smilax, NAME COMMON NAME STRATUM G:\HP Project F;lcs\]OO'~\JS".Environmen191 '\s~cl'il11cnls 3\)89-070 rawzy ^qua~u!lutc'l2nd Subnllllal\ENV1RONM'ENTAL IMJ'ACT STATEMENT S.I.a? doc 4 I I - Pine Flatwoods Dominant Pinus eWall1 Melaleuca quinquenervia* Sabal palmella CommQ.rJ Vilis J'otundifolia Sm/tax spp. lle.}( cassine Urena laba/a Toxicodendron radicans Occasional Bumelia cetas/rina Taxodium ascendens Piloblephis rt'gida Schinus terebinth!fotius* Alyrica cer{fera Serenoa repens pine (sinsh pine) melaleuca cabbage palm muscadine grape Smilax duhoon holly Caesar weed pobon ivy buckthorn pond cypress pennyroyal Brazilian peppl.:r wax myrtle saw palmetto Agenda Item No, 8.l\ October 9, 2007 Paoe 56 of 91 FawzY'A<!lIacul(ure Collier County EI\\lironmentallmpnct StDtemelH Page 6 of19 canopy canopy canopy vine vine mid-story ground cover vine mid-story cmlOpy ground cover mid-story mid-story mid-story ;'"invasive exotic lmpact Areas: The entire parcel is expected to be utilized for the aquaculture facility, Preserve Areas: The agricultural operation may leave some vegetation in tact, but is not proposing any forlnal preserves. Water Management System Issues IOescriQ!ion There are no water management issues on this property. The wet season water table was recorded at 9,50' NGVO. The existing ground is approximately 11,50' NGVO. The site is proposed to be bermed at 12.50' NGVO, The 25 year storm event at 8.5"/day was modeled with the SFWMO Volume IV software and it crowned out at an elevation 10,66' NGVO at 73 hours (This is equivalent to the 25 year, 24 hour rain event that is referenced on page 18 of the aquaculture BMPs). The 100 year stonn event at 10.5"/day was similarly run and it crowned at 10,92' NGVO at 72,8 hours, The allowable discharge is 0.15 cfs/acre and as can be seen from the above models we are proposing zero (0) discharge. ii. Explain how the project is consistent with each of the Objectives and Policj,es in the Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Growth Management Plan, where applicable. Goal 6 and Goal 7 of the Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Growth Management Plan are most applicable to the Fawzy Parcel. Those objectives and policies are detailed below: G\HP J'rojeCI Fik&\Joo'~\IR9-~rwironmelllal ^$\e~snI(JIt\ J\JS9_070 hwzy AGU~CllhlJlc\2lld Submillal\ENVlflONMENTAL 11\'11'ACT STATEME;NT 5-1-07 dtlC Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9,2007 Page 57 of 91 Fnwzy Aquaculture Collier County Enviromncntal iml)aCI ~lfttcmcnf Page 7 (If 19 GOAL 6: THE COUNTY SHALL IDENTIFY, PROTECT, CONSERVE AND APPROPRIATELY USE ITS NATIVE VEGETATIVE COMMUNITIES AND WILDLIFE HABITAT. OBJECTIVE 6. 1 The County shall protect native vegetative communities th.rough the application of minimum preservation requirements. The following policies provide criteria to make this objective measurable. These policies shall apply to all of eol.lier County except for the Eastern Lands Study Arp.a, for which po1icies are required to be adopted by November 1/ 2002. Policy 6.1.2: Fbr the County's Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, as designated on the FI,UM, nativo vegetation shall be preserved on site through the applicDtion of the following preservation and vngctation retention standards and criteria: Pre.5ervation and Nat.1.ve Vegetat.ion Retention Standards: Cl. R(~Ce1Vin~T LClnds: A minJmum of 10% of the native vegetation present, not to exceed 25% of the totdl sit0. area shall be preserved. b. Neutr;:J.l Lands: A minimum of 60% of the n<Jtive vegetation V.L'8sent, nol to exceed 45% of the total site area shall. be preserved, except that, for Section 24, Townshi.p 49 South, Range :/.6 East, l.ocated in the North Belle Meade Overlay, a mini.mum of 70% of the native vegetation present, not Lo exceed 70% of the total site" area, shall be preserved. c. Non~NRPA Sending Lands: Calculated at the higher value of 80% of the native vegetation present, or as may other."lise be permitted under the Density Rating provisions of the rLUE; d. NRPA Sending Lands: Calculated at the higher value of 90% of the native vegetation present I or as may otherwise be permitted under the Density Blending provisions of the FLUE... The agricultural nature of the proposed operation make it exempt from native vegetation requirements as outlined in Policy 6,1, See attached Agricultural Classification approved by Collier County in 2006 (EXHIBIT 12) Policy 6.1. 4: Prohibited invasive exotic vegetation shall be removed from all new developments. (1) Applicants for development, permits shall submit and implement plans for invasive exotic plan rernovDl and long-lerrn control. (2) Maintenance plans shall describe specific techniques to prevent re-invasion by prohibited exotic vegetation of the site in perpetuity. (3) The County shall maintain a list of prohibited invasive exotic vegetation in the Land Development Code and updat.e it as necessary. G:\HP PH'lj.:\;! File$\..100's\JS9-EovilQnllltmal A5;essmelll~ 3\.189-010 faw;!;)' A<\uatullllrf!\2lld Subnl~I~I\ENVIRONMENTA.L IMPACl STA1"EMENT S.I-OJ.d(>{. ,Li,genda Item No, SA October 9, 2007 Page 58 of 91 Fawz)' Aqllaculture Collier County Fnvlronmelltal Impact Slntement jJngc 8 of 19 Any remaining vegetation on the property (if any) will be maintained exotic free. Policy 6.1.5: Agriculture shall be exempt from the above preservation requirement..s contained in policies 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 of this element pJ~ovided that any new clearing of land for agriculture shall not be convertp-d to Ilon- agricul~\]ral development for 25 years.. Understood. The proposal is to clear the parcel for an agricultural facility and therefore the project is exempt from preservation standards, The applicant accepts the 25 year restriction on conversion to non-agricultural development. Policy 6.1.'1: The County shall require n<JtivG vegeLaLiofl to be incorporated into laIldscape designs in order to prolT\oLe the preservation of native plant communiti'2s and t~o encourage I-sater conservation. The agricultural nature of the proposed operation make it exempt from native vegetation requirements as outlined in Policy 6.1. Policy 6.1.8: An Environmental Impact Statement (r:IS) is required/ Lo provide a method to objectively evaluate the impact of a proposed development I site alteration, or project upon the resources and environmental quaJ,ity of the project area and community and to insure that planning and zoning decisions are made with a complete understand of the impact of such decisionR: upon the environment, to encOllrAg0. projects and developments that will protect, conserve and enhun~o, but not degrade, the environmental quality and resources of llle particular project or development sitel the general area and the greater community. Refer to this document. ( OBJECTIVE 6,2: The County shall protect and conserve wetlands and ttle natural functions of wetlands. The following policies provide criteria to make this objective measurable. These policies shall apply to all of Collier County except for the Eastern Lands Study Area, for which pOlicies are required to be adopted by November 1, 2002. Policy 6,2,1: As Lequired by Florida Administrative Code 9J5-5,006(1) (b), wetlands identified by the 1994-95 SFWMD land use and land cover inventory are mapped on the Future Land Use Map series. These areas shall be G'\Hr ProjCC! FHC$\J{JO'~\)89.EnviJonmelllal Assemnelll5 ]\)8\1,011) Fawl,y Aql18clJllmc\2nd Submill~I\ENV1RONMENTAL IMPACT STATEfl.1EtvT 5-1-<J1.doc . ,",genda Item No. SA October 9, 2007 Page 59 of 91 Pawzy Aquaculture Collier County Environmental Impact Statement P"lle9ofl9 verified by a jurisdictional field delineation, subject to policy 6.2.2 of this element at the time of project permitting to determine the exact location of wetland boundaries. The Fawzy property has been reviewed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and conlains no jurisdictional wetlands. See attached email correspondence (EXHIBIT 13), Also see attached assessment from Tropical Environmental Consultants (TEC) (EXHIBIT 14). Policy 6.2,2: Wet.1Flnds .shl-ill be defined pursuant to Section 37~.019 Florida 3t.atutes. The location of jurisdictional wetland boundaries are further described by the delineiJtlon methodology in Section 37:3,421 Florida Statutes. The Fawzy property has been reviewed by the U,S, Army Corps of Engineers and contains no jurisdictional wetlands. See attached email correspondencc (EXHIBIT 13). Also see attached assessment from Tropical Environmental Consultants (TEe) (EXHIBIT 14), In addition, the property was reviewed according to State wetland delineation statutes by Hoover Planning & Development, Inc. and found to not contain State jurisdictional wctlands. Policy 6.2,3: Collier County shall implement a comprehensive process to ensure wetlands and the natural functions of wetlands are protected and conserved.....vJhere permits issued by such state or federal agencies allow for impacts to wetlands within the Urban and Estates designated areas anrl require mitigation for such impacts, this shall be deemed to prese~ve and protect wetlands and their functions... The property contains no wetlands and thereforc the agricultural operation will not be required to pursue wetland permits through the Army Corps of Engineers or South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), However, the applicant expects to pursue a water use permit through the South Florida Water Management District in the future, Policy 6.2.5: Within the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, Collier County shall direct land uses away from higher functioning wetlands by limiting direct impacts within wetlands based upon the vegetation requirements of Policy 6.1.2 of this element, the wetland functionality assessment described below in paragraph (2), ann the final permitting requirements of the South Florida Water Management Di.strict. A direct impact is hereby defined as the dredging or filling of a wetland or adversely changing the hydroperiod of a wetland... The Fawzy property does not contain jurisdictional wetlands. G:\llP PIO)f:Cl filcs\3OO'~',3a9.Elwimmllelllal A~s~ssmenls )',)89.010 Faw2.y Aql,aCtJlhlrel.2nd SlllJminnl\ENVJRONMENfAL 1l\1PACT5iATF.MENT 5-1.{J1.doc Policy 6,2,6; Within the Urban Designation and Rural Fringe Mixed Use Dtstrict, [required] wetland preservation, buffer areas, and mitigation area.s shall be dedicated as conservation and corrunon arElas in the form of conservation easemenl:s and shall be identified and platted as separate tracts; and, in the case ot a Planned Unit Development (PUD), these areas shall also be depicted on the FUD Master Plan... ,A,genda Item No, S,l\ October 9, 2007 F.~z\ig.~u\l6i.IR,f,,.q1 Collier County EnvironmenlnJ lmpnct Statement Page lO ofl9 The proposal is to clear the parcel for an agricultural facility and therefore the project is exempt from preservation standards, No conservation easements are proposed, GOAL 7: THE COUNTY SHALL PROTECT AND CONSERVE ITS FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE, OBJECTIVE 7,1 The County shall direct incompatible land uses away from listed ani.mal species and tIteir habitats. These policies shall apply to alJ ot Collier County except for the EasLern Lands Study Area, for wh.ir:h policies are requircrj to be Cldoptcd by November 1, 2002. Policy 7,1.2: Within areaG of Collier County, excluding the lands contained in the RLSA OverlaYI non-agricultural development, excluding individual single family residenceG, shaJ.l be directed away from listed species and their habitats by complying with the following guidelines and standards: (1) A wildlife survey shall be required for all. par~els when listed' species are known to inhabit biological communities similar to those existing on site or where listed species are directly observed on. the site. The survey shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Florida Fish find Wildlife Conservation COllunission (FFWCC) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) guidelino3. The County shalJ. notify the rFWCC and USFWS of the existence of any listed species that may be discovered. (2) Wildlife habitat management plans for listed species shall be submitted for County approval. A plan shall be required [or all projects where the wil.dlife survey indicdted listed species are utilizirlg the site, or the site contains potential habitat for listed species. These plans shall describe how the project directs irlcompatible land uses away from listed species and their habitats. (3) The County shallj consistent with applicable GMP policies, consider and utilize recorrunendations and letters of technical assistance from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservati.on Commission and recommendations from the US Fish and Wildlife Servir,e in issuing development orders On property containing listed species. It is recognized that these agency recommendations, on a case by Cnse hnsisj G.\IIP I'lojlX'\ File~\10n's\Jg9-Eovironllle~lal Assel'\.m~ols J\J11').070 Fa\\llY A'lllaeuluuo\2n.d S\lb",ill~I\ENVIRONMENTAL [f..WACT STATf!MENT 5.I_07.oJoc c", Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 61 of 91 Faw2:Y Aquaculture Comer Count)' Environmental1mpILCt Statement Page II of 19 may change the requiremento conta.incd within these wildlife protection policies and any such change ~hi'lll be ueemed cOIlsistent with the Growth Management Plan. A protected species survey was conducted on the propeJty in June 2006, A copy of the survey is attached (EXHIBIT 15) The following summariz..es results on the Fawzy property: Slash pine throughout the property were searched visually in a tree-to-tree method for RCW cavities. No cavities were observed, Several common wild pine (Tilland~iafasciculata) and butterfly orchid (Encyclia lampensis) were observed in trees on the parcel. A listed species management plan has been developed to ensure no taking occurs during clew'ing activities for the parcel. Policy 7,1.4, All development shall comply with -Ctpplicablj~ federal and state permitting requirements regarding listed species protection. Consultation has been sought with the FWC and USFWS, See attached email response from Stephanie Rousso, FWC Biologist (EXHIBIT 16). Ms. Rousso's recommendations will be followed wherever possible, Due to the small size of the property, the appJicwlt is unable to meet the 100 foot perimeter buffer requirement. The applicant is however, upgrading the perimeter buffer from a 10 foot "A" buffer to a 10 foot type "B" buffer in order to help meet Ms. Russo's buffering concerns. No response has been received from the USFWS. Requests to the USFWS will continue to be made and any responses given will be provided to Collier County, d. Native vegetation preservation. i. Identify the acreage and community type of all upland and wetland habitats found on the p.r:oject sitel according to the Florid~ Land Use Cover and For.ms Classification Sy,c;tern (FLUCCS). Provide a description of each of the FLOCCS categories identified on-site by vegetation type (species), vegetation comf-losition (canopYI mid::;tory and ground cover) and vegetation .dominance (dominantJ common and occasional). The following FLUCCS eommunities are present on the subject property, See enclosed FLUCCS mapping for specific locations, See Florida Land Use, Cover and Forms Classification System (Department of Transportation, Surveying & Mapping Geographic Mapping Section, 1999) for definitions. Unimproved Af!.ricultural Lands, FLUCCS 212, 0.61 Acres G:\l-rr l'roje>:t Fjle~\.lOV'_\\J8>,.EnyifOnJtlenl<ll Al5e~lments )\]89"070 F8\\'ZY Aqtt~(111Iltfe\2nd Slluntiwll!lNVlIlONME.NTAL IMPACT STATJ!MENT 5.1..Q7,doc Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Paqe 62 of 91 Fflwzy I\quacullurc Collier Counly EnviwJJmCnlal Impact Stnlemcn! Page 12 of 19 ll1is classification is found in a small swath that runs nOlthwest to southeast across the property, It seems to connect two semi-improved pasturc areas, Canopy is sparse and limited to scattered slash pine and cabbage palm, Groundcover is dominated by a mix of pasture grasses. Pine Flatwoods. FLUCCS 4]], ]300 Acres This community makes up the majority of the propelty and is dominated by slash pine with scattered cypress and melaleuca in the canopy, Midstory includes scattered saw palmetto, sumac, myrsine, and buckthorn, Other vegetation present includes grapevine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pel1l1yroyal, and smilax. "^._-~----- COMMON NAME NAME STRATUM 411 - Pine Flatwoods Dominant Pinus eilia/li pine (slash pine) canopy Sabal paimetto cabbage palm canopy Common Vilis rotundifoha 11111scadine grape YlI1e Smilax spp. Smilax vine Ilex cassine dahoon holly mid-story Urena lobala Caesar weed ground cover Toxicodendron radicans poison ivy vine Occasional J,felaleuca quinquenervia* melaleuca canopy Bumelia ce/astJ'ina buckthorn mid-stOl)' Taxodhun ascendens pond cypress callopy Pi/oblephis rigida pennyroyal ground cover Schinus te/'ebinthifolius* Brazilian peppel' mid-story Myrica cervera wax myrtle mid-story Serenoa repens saw palmetto mid-story *invasive exotic Melaleuca Invaded Pine Flatwoods, FLUCCS 4] 1/424. 1.48 Acres This community is found in the north portion of the parcel. Canopy is dominated by slash pine with melaleuca in densities that vary from approximatcly 25 to 50%. Midstory includes scattered saw palmetto, sumac, myrsine, sapling mclaleuca, and buckthorn. Other vegetation present includes grapevine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pellllyroyaI, and smilax, NAME COMMON NAME STRATUM G:\H1' Project f1iJe~\l00's\3H9.EnviIOI\tll('mnl A;seS$mc"l~ ]\J~9_070 FI\V~.l' Aquncuhure\2Old S~btllillaIIJ';NVJRONMENTAt IMPACT STATEMENT 5-T.07.doe 411 - Pille Flatwoods Dominant Pinus elliotti A1e/aleuca quinqllenervia* Sabal palmetto Common Vilis rotundf(olia Smilax spp. !lex cassine Urena tobata Toxicodendron radicans Occasional Bumelia celastrina Taxodium ascendens Pitoblephis rigido Schinus terebinthifolius* Myrica cerifera Serenoa l'epens pine (slash pine) melalcuca cahbage palm muscadine grape Smilax dahoon holly Caesar weed poison ivy bucktborn pond cypress pennyroyal Brazilian pepper wax myrtle saw palmetto Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 63 of 91 Fmv.ty Aquaculture Collier County Environmental Impact Stntcmenl Page l3 of 19 canopy canopy canopy vine vine mid-story grQund cover vine mid-story callopy ground cover mid.story mid-story mid-story *invasive exotic ii. Explain how the project meets or exceeds the native vegetation preservation requirement in GOCll 6 of the Conservation und Coastal Management Element of the Growth Management PlanJ and Chapters 3 and 10 of the Land Development Code. Provide an exhibit illustrating such. Include calclllations identifying the acreage for preservation and im~actl per fLOCCS category. The proposal is to clear the parcel for an agricultural facility and therefore the project is exempt from preservation standards. iii. For sites already cleared and in agricultural use r provide documentation that the parcel (s) are in compliance with the 25 year rezone limitation ill Policy 6.1.5 of the Conservation and Coa~tal Management Element of the Growth Management Plan and Chapters 4 and 10 of the Land Development Code. For Gites cleared prior to January 2003, provide documentation that the parcel {s} are in compliance with the 10 year rezone limitation previDusly identified in the Growth Management Plan and Land Development Code. The parcel is proposed for agricultural use, but is currently un-cleared, iv. Have preserves or acre~ge requirements for preservation previously been identified for the site during previous development order approvals? If SOl identify the location and acreage of these preserves, and provide an explanation if they are different fro~ what is proposed. No, G,lllP I'rc.oj<<l Fi\es\l00'~\Jg9.El1vironfl1el1lal ^sses~mcnl5 3'J8!1-070 hWLY AqUB"Illlufc\2nd Submiuhl\ENVlRONMENTAI, IMPACT STATEMENT 5_I_01,duc Agenda It8m No, 8,'\ October 9. 2007 Paoe 64 of ~j1 fawz'lAquaculture Collier Coullty Environmental Impact Stntcment Page l40fl9 v. For properties with Special Treatment "S'l'JI overlays, sho"l the 81 overlay on the developmRnt plan and provided an explanation as to why these areas are being impact8d or preserved. The site does contain a Special Treatmcnt overlay labeled as "ST!W3", See attached zoning map (EXHIBIT] 7), This ST designation relatcs to "well fields". This ST area is not related to wctlands. It is anticipated that the proposcd agricultural use will have no impact on the ST/W3 dcsignation. e. Wetlands. i. Define the number of acres of Collier County jurisdicti.onal wetlands pursuant to Policy 6.2.1 and 6,2.2 of the Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Growth [>.janagement Plan) uccording to the Florida Land Use Cover and Forms Classj f.1.cation System (FLLTCCS}. Include a description of each of the FLUCCS catogories identified on-site by vegetation type {species), vegetation composition (canopy, midstory and ground cover) and Ve9E!tLltion dominance (dominant, common and occasional) . Wetland determinations are required to be verified by the South I."lorida \r~ater Mi:magement District or l"lorida n~paLtment of Environmental Protection, prior -to submission to the County, The subject property contains only upland habitats, The Fawzy property has been reviewed by the l),S, Army Corps of Enginccrs and contains no jurisdictional wetlands, See attached email correspondence (EXHIBIT 13), Also see attached assessment from Tropical Environmental Consultants (TEC) (EXHIBIT ]4). In addition, the property was reviewed according to State wetland delineation statutes by Hoover Planning & Development, Inc, and found to D9J contain State jurisdictional wetlands, il. DetermiIle seanonal and historic high water 1_8vels utiJ.izing lichen lines or other biological indicators. Indi.cate how the project design improves/offeet.::; pYf:development hyuroperiods. Provide a narrative addre~sing the anticipated control eJ.evation(s) for the site. The wet season water table was recordcd at 9.50' NGVD, This was determined by sampling during thc wet season, The existing grolU1d is approximatcly l1.50' NGVD. The site is proposed to be benned at 12,50' NGVD, The 25 year storm evcnt at S,5"/day was modeled with the SFWMD Volume IV software and it crowned out at an elevation ]0.66' NGVD at 73 hours, The 100 year storm evcnt at ]O,5"/day was similarly run and it crowned at 10.92' NGVD at 72,S hours. The allowable discharge is 0,15 cfs/acrc and as can bc seen from the abovc models we arc proposing zcro (0) discharge, The site is not expccted to have any effect on adjacent hydroperiods. iii. Indicate the proposed percent of defined wBtlands to be impacted and the effects of proposed impacts on the functions of these wetlands. Provide an exhibit showing "the location of vletlands to ~e impacted and those to be preserved on-site. Describe how impacts to wetlands have been minimized. Thc aquaculture facility proposes no impacts to jllJ'lsdictional wetlands, G\HP Project Filc!\"JOO'~\18~.E:\lv;rOnlllcmnl A!Sl\_"tnent$ )\]%9.070 F~Wly Al}Il,lCulluraUnd Subtn;lleI\ENVIRONMENTAI, lMI'ACr STATEl<.ffiNT ~-l.O" <I,)C Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Pane 65 of 91 FfI\vzy''AqulIculturc Collier County Elwironmentallmpacl Statement Page 15 of 19 iv. Indicate how the project design compensates for wetland impacts pursuant to the Policies and Objectives in Goal 6 of the Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Growt.h Management Plan. for sites in the RE'MU di~trict, provide an assessment I based on the South Florida Water Management DistL'ict' s Uni form Miligation Assessln.ent Method, that has been accepted by either the South Florida Water Management DisLrict or the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. For sites outside the RFMU district, and where higher quality wetlands are being retained on- site, provide justification based on the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method, The aquaculture facility proposes no impacts to jurisdictional wetlands, f. Surface and ground water man~gement. i. Provide an overall description of the proposed water management system explaining how it works, the basis of design, historical drainage flows, off-si te flows coming in to the system and how t.hey wi-II be incorporated in the system or passed around the system, pODitive outfall availability, Wet Season Water Table and Dry Season Water Table, and how they were determined, and any other pertinent information pertaining to the control of storm and ground water. There are no significant water management issues. Below is a description of the surface water management system: Water Management Svstcm Description The wet season water table was recorded at 9,50' NGVO. This was determiried by sampling during the wet season. The dry season water table is approximately 4.5' NOVO. The cxisting ground is approximately 11,50' NGVD, The site is proposed to be bermed at 12,50' NOVO. The 25 year storm event at 8.5"/day was modeled with the SFWMO Volume IV software and it crowned out at an elevation 10.66' NOVO at 73 hours (This is equivalent to the 25 year, 24 hour rain event that is referenced on page 18 of the aquaculture BMPs). Thc 100 year storm cvent at 10.5"/day was similarly run and it crowned at 10,92' NGVD at 72.8 hours. The allowable discharge is 0.15 cfs/acre and as can be seen from the above modcls we are proposing zero (0) discharge, ii. Provide an anaLysis of potential water quality.impacts of the project by evaluating water quality loadings expected from the project (post development conditions considering the proposed land uses and stormwater management controls) compared with water quality loadings of the project area as it exists in its pre- development conditions. This analysis is required for projects impacting five (5) or more acres of ~ljetlands. The analysis Dhall be performed Ilsing methodologies approved by Federal and State water quality agencies. Not Applicable. The aquaculture project is not proposing wetland impacts. iii. Identify any WellfieJd Risk Management Special Treatment Overlay Zones (WRM-ST) within the project area and provide an onalysis for "how the project design avoids the most intensive land uses within the most sensitive WRM~STs. G_\Hr Pf<ljCCI File~\300's\J89.Ellvif{)lIlllenlal A~se~~mcnls )\3B9.070J'llWlY AlluaC\,lll.lre\2nd Submillal\ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STA.TEMENT 5.~.f}J.doc Agenda Item !~o, 8.'1 October 9 2007 Paae 66 of 91 Fawzy~^qtla(;ulture Collier County Environmental lmpl'lct Statement Pngc 16 of J9 The site does contain a Special Treatment overlay labeled as "ST/W3". See attached zoning map (EXHIBIT 17). This ST designation relates to "well fields", It is anticipated that the proposed agricultural use will have no impact on the ST/W3 designation. g. Listed species. i. Provide a plant and animal species survey to include at a minimum, listed species known to inhabit biological communities similar t.o those existing on-sile, ~nd conduct~d in accordance with the guidelines of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commi.ssion and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. St~te actual ~urvey times and dates, and provide a map ~howing the location(s) of species of special status identified on-site. A protected species survey was conducted On the property in June 2006, A copy of the survey is attached (EXHIBIT 15) The following summarizes results on the Fawzy property: Slash pine throughout the property wcre searched visually in a tree-la-tree method for RCW cavities. No cavities were observed. Several common wild pine (Tillandsiafasciculata) and butterfly orchid (Encyclia tampensis) were observed in trees on the parcel. The attached species survey was conducted on the following dates & times: Date Start Time End Time Hours Task f-'1.une 20, 2006 11:00mn 3:00pm 4 Species Survey --- ._.--~ June 22.)006 t:OOpm 4:g0pm 3 ~cies Surv~,,-- _n Total 7 ,---- -... - ii. IdentIfy all listed species Lhat are known t.o inhabit biologiCal communities similur to those existing on the site or that have been directly observed on the site, (j \lIP Pfojecl File.1\3I.X)'~U89-En\limnmenlAI ^s..\.e~,mcnls )\389-010 Faw1~ AQuaculll<re\2nd S\Jbm;llaI\ENVlRONll-IJ::NTAL IMP,\CT !;T,~TE/l.fENT S-I-07.doc . Agenda Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Paqe 67 of 91 Fawzy Aquaculture Collier County Elivirollmeomllmpllcl Slnlement Page 17 ofl9 Protected species list for the Fawzy parcel according to FLUCCS category, FLUCCS Potenti.1 Listed Spedes Scientific Name Desianatcd Status FWC or FWS FDA 212 Florida Panther Felis canc%r cory; E E Florida Sandhill Crane Grus canadensis pralensis T - 411 & Beautiful Pawpaw Deel'ingothamnus pulchellus E E 411/424 Big Cypress Fox SquineJ Sciurus niger avicennia T - Eastern Indigo Snake Dlymal'chon corais couperl T T Fakahatchee Durmamlia Burmannlaflava E - Florida Black Bear Ursus americanusfloridanus T - Florida Coontie .Zumia florjdcma C - Florida Panther Felis cuncolor coryi E E Gopher Frog Rana capito SSC - Gopher Tortoise Gopherus polyphemus SSC - Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Picoides borealis T E Satin leaf Chlysophyllum olivi/orme E - Southeastern American Kestrel Falco Sjlal1!Crius paulus T - Twisted Air Plant Tiliandsia flexousa E - Florida Butterfly Orchid Encyclia tampensis CE (FDA) - Common Wild Pine 1'illandsia fascictdata E(FDA) - Abbreviations: Af.!encies FWC~Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission FDA ~F1orjda Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services FWS~United States Fish and Wildlife Service Status E~Endal1gered T~Threatened' T(S/A)~Threatel1ecl/Sjmilarjty of Appearance SSC~Species of Special Concem CE~Colllll1ercially Exploited iii. Indicate how the project design minimizes impacts to species of special status. A listed species management plan has bcen developed to ensure no taking occurs during clearing activities for the parceL (EXHIBIT 18) iv. Provide habitat management plans for each of the li.sted species known to occur on the property. For sites with bald eagle nests and/or nest protection zones, bald eagle management plaIls are required, copies of which shall be included as exhibits attached to the PUD documentsl where applicable. A listed species'management plan has been devcloped to ensure no ta1sing occurs during clearing activities for the parceL See this plan for specifics. G:\HP Pr()Jeell'llesl311(}'s\JH9.~nvironll'\er,1i11 AssessmenlS J\38<:>-070 Fawzy AqulI<:ullure\2nd Slll'miuaI'tENVJRONMENTAl. IMPACT STATEMENf 5.1_07.dac Agenda Item No, SA October 9, 2007 Paoe 68 of 91 F'mvzYAquacuJlurc Coli icr County Environrnclltallmpact Stalement Page 18 ofl9 v, Where applicable, include correspondence received from the b'lorida .F'ish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FFWCC) and the O.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), with regards to the project. Explain how the concerns of tbese agencies have been met. Consultation has been sought with the FWC and USFWS. See attached email response from Stephanie Rousso, FWC Biologist (EXHIBlT 16), Ms. Rousso's recommendations will be followed wherever possible. Due to the small size of the property, the applicant is unable to meet the 100 foot perimeter buffer requirement. The applicant is however, upgrading the perimeter buffer from a 10 foot "A" buffer to a 10 foot type "D" buffer in order to help meet Ms, Russo's buffering concerns, No rcsponse has been reccived from the USFWS. Requests to the USFWS will continue to be made and any responses given will be provided to Collicr County, Potential incidental takc concerns of the FWC are bcing met by following the attached Managcment Plan for Listed Species (EXHIBIT 18) and providing an upgraded pcrimctcr buffer around the property. h. Other. i. For multi-Slip docking facilities with ten slips or more, and for all marina facilities, g-hO\.-,I how tho project is consistp.nt with the lTlarina Siting and olher criteria in the Manatee Protection Plan. ii. Include the results of any environmental assessments and/or audits of the property. If npplicable, provide a h~rrative of the cost and measures Ileeded to clean up the sire. Not Applicable. The project is not located adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico, iii. For sitos located in the Big Cypress Area of Critical State Concern- Special Treatment IACSC-ST) overlay district, show how Lhe project is consistent with tho develop/Dent standards and regulations established for the ACSC-ST.. Not Applicable, The project is not located within the Rig Cyprcss Arca of Critical State Concern, iv. Soil sampling or ground water monitoring repDrts and programs shnll be required for sites that occupy old farm fields, old golf courses or for Itlhich there is a reasonable basis for believing that there has been previous contamination on site. The amount of sampling and testing shall be determ.ined by the Environmental Services staff along with the Pollution Control Department and the FlDrida Department of Environmental Protection. The site is currently undcveloped. No Phase 1 environmental sampling has bccn done, v. Provide documentation from tlle Flori.da Master Site File, ~lorida Department of State and any printed historic archaeological surveys that have been conducted on the project area. Locale any known historic or archaeological sites and their relationships to the proposed project (J,IHP Projetl File~\300's\)!\?EI1,ironmtnlal ,\ssts.<.ments lHIW-070 faW2)' Aqu"tuhllre\2nd Subm;I1~l\t',NVIRONMENTAL IMf'ACT STA1EMENT 5-1-01,~oc Agenda Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Paqo 69 of 91 Fnwzyl!\quaculture Co1liet County Envircmmentallmpacl Statement Page 19 of 19 design. Demonstrate how the project design preserves the historic/archaeological integrity of the site. No historical or archaeological surveys have been conducted on the subject property, however a letter was submitted to the Division of Historical Resources requesting that they review the Florida Master Site File. A response was received that states no historical properties or significant historical resources are expected on the property. See attached letter (EXHIBIT 19). G,\HI' Projcc1 Filcs.\JOO's\lS9-tnvjnlJlrnenlal As.ses,menll )\]&9.070 Fawzy Aq\15cullure\2nd SulJmill~IIENVlRONMENrAL IMPACT STAT[iMENT ~_].(J7,d6c Agenca Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 HOOVER PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT.lNC:7oof91 Land, Environmental & Traffic Planning Consultants 3785 Airport Road ?<iorth, Suite R'l, Naples, Florida 34105 Education St. Cloud State University, B,S" Magna Cum Laude, Aquatic Biology, 1994, Jeremy C. Sterk Professional Affiliations National Association of Environmental Professionals , Florida Association of Environmental Professionals Work History December 2002 to Present Environmental Consultant \ Land Planning Consultant Hoover Plmming & Development, Inc, Naples, Florida September 1994 to December 2002 Environmental Consultant Boylan Environmental Consultants, lnc, FI. Myers, Florida Professional Experience . Vcgetation & Habitat Mapping . Environmental Assessments . Protected Species Surveys (PSS) . Species Managemcnt Plans . Wctland Delineation . Wetland Jurisdictional Determinations . Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) . Mitigation Plmming & Design . Wetland Monitoring . Post Penn it Compliance . GIS I GPS Mapping Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) Environmental Land Use Planning Bald Eagle Monitoring Native Vegetation Restoration Plans Gopher Tortoise Permitting \Relocations Incidental Take Pennitting Bald Eagle Monitoring PUD Submittals Conditional Use Requests . . . . . . . . . Experience in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Glades, and Hendry Counties, Other Professional Experiences 1994. Wrote & published commercial computer software for the rapid identification of fi'eshwater algae, Computer Assisted Algal Recognition (CAAR). 1996. Headed a lield rcsearch project using telemetry tracking to study the swimming speed of lemon sharks in the Bahamas. 1998, Wrote an ecological assessment computer model for the South Florida Watcr Management District as part of the South Lee County Watershed Study, Land Planning: (239) 403-8899 Fax: (239) 403-9009 Environmental: (239) 4OJ.8333 Agenda :tern r,o, SA October 9, 2007 Page 71 of 91 REV. 3 CU-2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 11181Q6 CAROLINA VALERA Traffic Impact Analysis Report For Fawzy Aquaculture Conditional Use Application Prepared For: Q. Grady Minor 3800 Via Del Rey Bonita Springs, Florida 34134-7556 Prepared By: AKDM Design Group 4586 Progress Avenue Naples, Florida 34104 March 15, 2006 1.ft. 6( Traffic Imoact Study Certification I certify that this Traffic Impact Study has been prepared by me and that I have experience and training in the field of traffic and transportation engineering. Arnold N, Kenly, Jr., PE Florida PE Registration # 56187 AKDM Design Group State of Florida Engineering Certificate of Authorization # 9401 Agenda Item I~o. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 72 of 91 ;If 1.// 06 Agenda Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 73 of 91 Executive Summal"V , It is proposed by Fawzy Aquaculture to construct a pond for farming Talapia fish, under a conditional use of the property currently zoned Agriculture (A), The pond excavation will be approximately 3DD,DDDcy. It has been assumed for traffic engineering purposes, 15 dump trucks will be utilized per day for soil excavation. Based on a 10 truck trips I day rate (data obtained from Better Roads pit mine operations), then truck traffic will be limited to 150 trips I day. The PM Peak Hour trip operation is assumed to be 10% of the daily traffic, and therefore will create 15 peak hour trips, A site vicinity may has been included to show the iruck traffic impacts to tlle surrounding roadways, From the site map, it can be seen there is only one way in andout of the project site, The major arterial roadway impacted is Golden Gate Boulevard at lOth St S.W. (east of Wilson Blvd). It should be noted this part of Golden Gate Boulevard is not included in the County's " checkbook concurrency. Concurrency stops at Wilson Boulevard just to the west. It is , imderstood, the client will enter into a maintenance agreement to have these impacted roadways maintained at all times during the work progression. The construction impact of the pond will be approximately 5 months. This assumes a 6 day work week, and a total of 18,182 truck loads, based on the 3DO,000cy removal, and 16.5cy of material per dump truck. At 150 truck trips per day, that equals 121 days of work, or 5 months total. After the pond is excavated, therc will be very little traffic to and from the site, The owner, once a week will check on the fish pond operation. Once every six months or so, a truck vendor will be at the site to remove fish stock for processing for retail sale, Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 7~ of91 Table 1 Total Average Daily Project Trip Generation ~"-~"~~--'r:::~d~~-~--' ' . " ,', :", , ~1[;.~:'.' " ': "";-"'_ ,'-.,~, '.,-']t' . . I t " ' J.I Jl~ '1;o'1i1:!J~'I"~!r'\01<iI! i,il',,',!, . __ .. ::::: : _ :i;::., if":\'~l"'TIi}y,}-,I"'; <\:t.-J., ,1';10 I. ~ / J~ . -t' ~ .,' ~l , ;;i;:- ;-r.. . 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TOWNSHIP 49 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, COLLlKR COUNTY, FLORIDA, Wr.,EREAS. tlle Legislature of the State of Florida in Chapter 67-1246, Laws of Florida. and Chapter 125, Florida Statutes, has confcued on Collier Cuunty the puwer to establish, coordinate and enforce zoning and such business regulations as are necessary for the protection of the public; aDd WHEREAS, the County pursuant thereto has adopted a Land Development Code (Ordinance No. 2004-41) which includes a Comprehensive Zoning Ordinnnce establishing regulations for the zoning of particular geographic divisions of the County, among which is the granling of Conditional Uses; and WHEREAS, the Board of Zoning Appeals (Board), being the duly appointed and constituted planning board for the area hereby nffectcd, has held a public hearing aft~r notice as in said regulations made and provided, and has considered the advisability of a Conditional Use [or ca11b mining, per Section 2,04.03 "Table 2" of the Land Development Code, to allow excavation in excess of 4,000 cubic yards in the Rural Agricultural (A) Zoning District on property hereinafter described, and .the Collier County Planning Commission has. found as a matter of fact (Exhibit "A") that satisfactory provision and arrang,ement have been made concerning all applicable inatlers required by said regulations and in accordance with Subsection lO,08.GO.D. of the Land Development Code; and WlffiREAS, all interested parHes have bcen gl veil opportunity to be heard by tills Board in a public meeting assembled and the Board h.wing considered all matters prese-nled. NOW, THERDFORE, BE IT HESOLVED DY HIE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS OP COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that. The petition filed by Alan Ro:,>cman of Q. Grady Minor & A::;soc. P ,A., representing A.c;hraf Pawzy, with respect to the property hereinafter described in Exbibit "B," is bereby npproved for a Conditional Use for earth mining, per Section 2.04-.03 "Table 2" of the Land Development Code, to allow excavation in excess of 4,000 cubic yards in the Rural Agricultural (A) Zoning District in accordance with the Conceptual Master Plan (Exhibit "e") and subject to the conditions ~et forth in Exhibit "D,n which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein. Pagelof2 . Agenda Item No. 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 79 of 91 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution he recorded in the minutes of this Board. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and Sllptr~rnajority vote, this _.._ day of _.2007, ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By:_ By: I Deputy Clerk JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN rm w t County Attorney ..CU-200s-AR.B748/CYIsp Attachments: Exhibit A: Collier County Planning Commission Finding!' of Fact Exhibit B: l.,.e.gal De."lcription . Exhibit C; Conditional Use Conceptual Site Plan Exhibit D: Conditions of Approval Page 2 of 2 ", } FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005~AR-8748 The following facts are found: Agenda Item 1'0, 8A October 9, 2007 Page 80 of 91 1. Section 2,04.03, Table 2, 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 orneighbol'hood because of: ) A. Consistency with the LaniD velopment Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes No . B. Ingress and egress to propcrty 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 propetties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ Notfect or _ Affect mitigated by Affect cannot bc mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other propeliy in the district: Based on the above fmdings, this conditional usc should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be Mom""',dfo"ppnw.! to fu, BOMd of Zorn"g Appeill,_ ~ n ~fN:~r, ) Compatible use within di7.tric Yes No EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. 8A October 9, 2007 Page 81 of 91 ) FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005-AR-8748 The following facts are found: 1. Section 2.04.03, Table 2, 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 di strict or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes_'f- 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: .x No 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) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals, ) DATE: f /).~ D/ CHAI~ ~,. - -- ~ EXHIBIT A I FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR Agenda Item 1'10. U, October 9, 2007 Page 82 of 91 <E5~ CU-2005-AR-8748 The following facts are found: 1. Section 2.04,03, Table 2, 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 t~and Development Code and Growth Management Plan: yes.L No ' B. Ingress and egress to property SlId proposed structw'es thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, SlId acces . in case of fire or catastJ:ophe: ) Adequate ingress Yes No C.Affects ne' ghboring propelties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: No affect or, _ Affect mitigated by Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and otl1cr property in the district: Ycs Based on the above fmdings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy~att Iell)_be recommcnded for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals. DATE: tY-3~C7? / ~JPJii:r2:H: ) 4./ !PeT V/?-< /O.?-v"J EXHIBIT A Agenda Item 1'10, SA October 9, 2007 Page 83 of 91 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005-AR-8748 TIle following facts are found: 1. Section 2,04.03, Table 2, 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: B, Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: , . CGI1A..A.- ~d}(-") .~, 1, f.~ .-.o)->)0r ..('X\lt!"K\r;:0:-....Jj.>-~'"'2...r Ycs__ No )/ J0(c.GI1..- feV) 1,2, + 2 ','?-, ; ,', (,; .-' 0-~;) '''"'-' d'-.. ~.,..,Q..,,f!),,,,,, ~~ iA,"(; tV C-e v Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, h-affic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: A. ) Adequate ingress & egress Yes No v' 1J':,> 1~nhl"'"~f ("1(.,t 1'1'') }:o:>-.J cl,z.,',s')'j'; C, Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: i/ No affect or _ Affcct mitigated hy _ Affect cannot be mitigated D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: 5..,>,[..Jf~7 !,rj..J ,J< .!'~ k-~,c)'?J (;.'r f1d.....,Y.-.-'vVc,))~ j,;O'- <")<'(:"0'~'1 IJ..J Yes No~ r> C,-",WCQ.0\/' "VoL'- ?L\4;.i 11e1 ~J ,~.",0.6 C'('" Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals. Compatible use within district ) DATE: B .7.. -t:f7 CHAlRMAN:.VV'1 t\bc:~ \ ' .. EXHIBIT A Agenda Item 1\10. SA October 9. 2007 Page 84 of 91 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005-AR-8748 Thc following facts are found: 1. Section 2,04.03, Table 2, of the L'Uld Devc10pment Code authorized the conditional use, ' 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect thc public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: B. , I. I. !? fJ. I,;.j Consistency with the Land Developm't'nt C;ode and Growtii Management Plan: (/'/ !J;epf/ 5&7-)101/0e.; - NbtvlO Yes No N,)L-Y /;J.~M Ct.f/)!C- /6, d~7?i77lt. bXf1t1:{)flTlL7;J Ingress and egress to property and proposed structmes thereon with pmticular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: A. ) Adequate ingress & egress Yes No l C, "Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: ' No affect or. '_'_ Affect mitigated by --.!! Affect cannot be mitigated' D. Compatibility with adjaccnt properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district P i+lJ rrr02- HlU!Ji m T Yes No---.1L Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals. ) DATE: .1/;(/(117 I I ' /V/ EM /?.,;;:)2.. ;? '--12 /1,' GHAERMA1>l: f1/.!-J?iJd_, .t/l., ('/(jl../--1V EXHIBIT A . Agenda Item No, 8A October 9, 2007 Page 85 of 81 ) FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2n05-AR-8748 The following facts are found: 1. Section 2.04,03, Table 2, 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 patticular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: ) Adequate ingress & egress , \i( Yes _ No C. "Affects neighboring properties in relation 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: ) / /I' R Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stilhlations, (copy attached) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals. 'J~J 11 \, DATE: ~ ~ -C-HmKlV1AN: \ IVI (j~\ (lj:)0 I':)iL!\D :~~ Vir V 0 L-/ EXHIBIT A Compatible use within district .YesJ No Agenda item !\Jo. BJ\ Dciober 9, 2007 Page 86 of 91 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005-AR-8748 The following facts are found; 1. Section 2,04,03, Table 2, of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use, 2. Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and wi1ln:ot adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Lan7ver;;"pment Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes No B. Ingress and cgrcss to pl'Opeliy and proposed structures thereon with paliicular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and c011trol, and access in case of fIre or catastrophe: _J Adequate ingress & egre/ Yes No C. Affects neighboring propertics in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: / _ NO~C~; __ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated' D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other propeliy in the district: Compatible use within district /" , Yes No / ) Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals, u~~__ 't:-Y~~? ,/ ^ " . t. JJ ~- / E~~ITA ~ . DATE: y~) ~()? Agenda Item No, SA October 9, 2007 Page 87 of 91 ) FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005~AR-8748 The following facts are found: 1. Section 2,04.03, Table 2, of the Land Development Code authorized the conditional use. 2, Granting the conditional use will not adversely affect the publie interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistcncy with ~le Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: ~~~ ., 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 acccss in case offire or catastrophe: ) Adequate ingrcss & egress Yes r/ No C. ,,Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: '/No affect or _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated' D. Compatibility with adjacent properties and other propcrty in the district: Compatible use within district 'Yes / No ) Based on the above fIDdings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be recol1lI1lended for approval to the Board of Zoning APP~ DATE: ~ ['11 D'7 ~ __ 1.1,.0, ~~ EXHIBIT A " , , Agenda item ~~o. 8A October 9, 2007 ..~age 88 of 91 " FAWZY AQUACULTURE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 0- E, '~THE WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTH 1/2. -;=; OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. ,c'-DEDICATED FOR ROAD PURPOSES: AND THE WEST 1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2, OF THE SOUTH 1/2. c;:. OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE SOUTH 1/2; OF THE ,NORTHEAST 1/4~LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. E DEDICATED FOR ROAD PURPOSES: AND WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE NORTH 1/2. OF o .' . _ . ~ THE SOUTH l/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2, OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. DEDiCTED '-+--, ' . ..9. FOR ROAD PURPOSES. 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I ~! ~'~e~~. r I :):l~11 I r'~i~,]fj, .: f "ll'i' ~ I ~s;~~~a 2 I ;;~~~;, E -" ~ ~ -'.... ~ I I ;';:~!il I i :\ I d- ~~"~~~I: ft ~ .-'~l-- a;;.:~~,t;~ ~. ,.",j" .~,.. '36" [ _'_~~~..~ ~ S 00'42. I ::;~l'~\\q ~~,~t< 2647,36 ,- ,. '!';\~i "'fl . ~_I ~ ~I~I:!;~! Ii,,!";; ~. '~~i~l~~ Ili';~2 ~:hL'~l' < ~~QI ; ,'~, H, <, "'\"l! 15',1 \: ~)\~~~\~ ~~~~ ,. ~ '1;.. ~,,~ ~t::= co '~ __ ~ h ful12~ ==t)m ~ .Q..~I!OW"'B C '" ~ ....~ VI'" 0'U"'~""'~a::N'Uf\! I I I I I (I , ~! ~I.I ~i! t J~[ r :' ~. I <i ;:: i! Z ~ .. ~ ~ :; I ! . i! 1 If ~ ~ 11 I I - I 1 I I I I E q , ! I I , wti: 3 .~ ~o:: OJ :.i lS~~ ~ , , (l,(1cJ ~~ O.l't t!~!1 fu ~ . ~i~, ~ & ,.!::':t s; ~ " ~;~ ,:. ~ ;~- ~;n ~ " ,~ ,. .. ~ ~t ~ ~ ~ ;; ~: ~ ~ ~ t) ~.~;f!'" ~r~~~r. ~~;g ~ \~~'(l I~ ~ '~ D...".-.; , , ~ ! , ! t-~ J I "uu~~ ~ ~'L """" J~'U'" r-- I , _U'_,' J 1 t~ I I I 1 " s '5 , tl ~ w ~ ~ ;j '" ~ .. , , t;; ~ -, , " ~ . , , ~ '~ l::tjt; . ~ l- fJ \<~ ~l>.e ~n~ ...~~ .... I. ~1rlI. b:: ";"1 ''l' ~L' "f :'I, ~...~ ~::-. g~~~~! ~~E~t~. =fjn~t :~!"!IY: ,-",P'lI. ~~!~ ~ Sii~! - ~. ! ~ ~. i ~ ~ < ; ~ ~ ~ N ! i ~ ~ Ii .. ~ , , ~ , .,~~ o ;;9 :2J ~ ~h 1-- ~ :.~ ;?; ~ H., :::: if; u. . uf,:' n ~l( ~ l ~ i.,' ;j ~l II! h . II ~~: ~ 'I'm} n~ . ':lhqj , ;!~i .n i.i!l ~ ~ EXHmIT C Agenda Item !~o, 8A October 9, 2007 Page 90 of 91 CONDITIONS OF APPROY AL CU-2005-AR-8748 August 13, 2007 1. The use is limited to that depicted on the conceptual site plan identified as "Fawzy Aquaculture Mastel' Site Plan" prepared by Q. Grady Minor and Associates, P.A., dated Janumy 2005, as revised through June 30, 2006, except as fUlther conditioned below. 2. Approval of this Conditional Use shall not be construed as approval of the attached conceptual site plan; the site plan shall be formally reviewed and approved as part of the Site Dcvelopment Plan (SOP) proccss, No variances from any LDC requirements have been granted as patt of the acceptance of the subject site plan, Ifit is determined that the site plan is not in compliance with any LDC requirement, the site plan must be brought into compliance prior to the issuance of any site development plan approval. No excavation permit shall be issued until the SOP has been approved. 3. The amount of excavatcd material is limitcd to 300,000 cubic yards. 4. Excavation activities, including removal of material from the subjcct site, are limited to 18 months from the beginning date of excavation, as repOlted in the "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation," required to be submitted to the County Manager or designee. 5. All sections of roads impacted by truck traffic generated by the excavation activity shall be maintained by the owner of the subject site in a dust-free condition for the length of excavation time, as rcpOlted in the "Anmml Status RepOlt for Lake Excavation" to be submitted to the County Manager or designee. Maintenance oflhe roads shall also consist of all material or components of thc roads, which include a stabilized subgrade, base and wearing surfacc. The sections of road to be maintained include the scction on Ashraf Battisha Road, from the entry to the project site to Pawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue; the section on Fawzy I:lattisha Aquaculture Avenue, from the intcrsection of Ashraf Battisha Road to Dove Strcct; the section on Dove Street, from the intersection of Fawzy Battisha Aquaculturc A venue to Pnmgipani Street; the section on Frangipani Street, fi'om the intersection of Dove Strcct to 10th Strcet SE; the section on loth street SE, from the intersection of Frangipani Street to Golden Gate Boulevard; and the section on Golden Gate Boulevurd, from the intersection of 10th Strect SE to Collier Boulevard, The County Manager or his dcsignee may add sections of road to thc above list, at his/her discretion. EXHIBIT D , Agenda Item No, 8.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 91 of 91 6. The pmmitted aquaculture facility shall be limited to native species within the orders of IctalUJ'idae and Palaemonidae. If a modification to the products allowed by Aquaculture Celtificate Number AQ5421037 is made, it will require approval from Collier County Environmental Staff, 7. This project is within the Panther Primary Merit Zone. Consultation must be sought from the wildlife agencies for any mitigation required. Staff will ask the agencies to sign off before work on the site commences with the first Development Order. 8. The results of a Big Cypress Fox Squirrel survey and listed plant species relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Clearing Notification approval. 9. Copies of all required agency permits shall be submitted prior to commencement of any work on thc site. 10. On-site water wells shall not to be used to fill, replenish, or cycle water through the proposed aquacultUJ'e lake, II. The applicant shall provide wildlife crossings pel' the North Bclle Meade Overlay requirements of the GMP, with the number and design to be determined at the time of site development plan approval, subject to review and approval by the County Environmental Services Department. EXHIBIT D EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9A October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 8 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE GOLDEN GATE BEAUTIFICATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 membcr to scrve a 4 year term, cxpiring on October 6,2011, to the Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committce, CONSIDERA TIONS: The Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committee had 1 term expire on October 6, 2007, representing Precinct #323. This 5 member committee assists the Board of County Commissioners in handling the matters pertaining to the taxing district which was formed for the purpose of beautification and maintcnance oflandscape improvements within the road right of way as described by ordinance boundaries, Terms are 4 years, A list of the current membership is includcd in the backup, The term for Michael V, McElroy expired on Octobcr 6, 2007. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY DlST ELECTOR AnV. COMM. I Michael v, McElroy I Precinct No. 323 ~ GG Beautification Adv. Comm. ATTENDANCE: Perfect Attendance COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Michael V. McElroy - reappointment - FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 membcr, and direct the County Attorncy to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 9,2007 Pagelofl Agenda IiwTI No :JA Octobel,j 2UG? F'CiQ!) 2 oiS COLLIER COUNTY BOAR!) OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number; Item Summary; Meeting Date; 9,10, ,A,ppomtmern of memiJer Ie the Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committee 10!9/200790QOOAM Prepared By Sue Fil',;,on Executive Manager to th". BCe Date Board of County Commissioners BCCOffice Approved By JamesV. Mudd Board of County County Manager Date Commiss;oners County Manager'sOfltee 91281200711:3BAM filf:"/lr'\Aopnr"ifITp<:t\PYnnrt\q()_(),-.tnhp,o/.,?()Q %?()?()()7\()Q llj,,?m~nA R n%?()nF%?()rnT TN T()r~n()()7 Agenda Item No. 9.'\ October 9, 2007 Page 3 of 8 er ( :Ounty '" ~ TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners FROM: Tessie Sillery, Operations Coordinator DATE: September 20,2007 SUBJECT: Golden Gate Beautification MSTIJ Recommendation to the Board for filling vacant position. The Golden Gate Beautification MSTIJ has received and reviewed one application by the prescribed deadline for its vacancy. The Applicant was evaluated based on the potential contributions to the Committee. The applicant represents Precinct #323, meets the criteria required to be eligible and resides within the MSTIJ's district boundary Mr, Michael McElroy has served in this committee for 7 months with 0 absences. The Committee recommends the following applicant for re-appointment to the vacant term as indicated below: NAME Michael V. McElroy TYPE OF APPOINTMENT Re-Appointment TERM EXPIRES FIELD OF EXPERTISE/CATEGORY 10-06-2010 Resident of Naples 16+ years. Presently works at the Nell Medical Plaza. Background - Graduated from High School, too College courses through work. 10+ yrs in under- ground utilities; public & private plant operations Director, Facilities Maint. Director Building Mgr., Director of Security, Director of Housekeeping. Please let me know you need any other information Transportation Services Division All. Transportation Modes Department Agenda Item No, 9.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 8 Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr, Michael V, McElroy 734-1811 03/13/07 10/06/07 1 Year / 1811 51st Terrace, S.W. 353-5480 Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: suprslew@aol.com District: 3 Category: Precinct 323 Ms. Barbara Segura 821-3601 12/17/02 10/06/06 4 Years 2343 41st Terrace, S.W. 348-8863 10/24/06 10/06/10 4 Years Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: segura515@cs.com District: 3 Category: Precinct 325 Mr. Richard Sims 597-4675 03/22/05 10/06/06 1.6 Years 5391 19th Place, S,W, 455-7062 10/24/06 10/06/1 0 4 Years Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: johnsonsaircondinc@earthlink,net District: 3 Category: Precinct 323 Ms. Patricia Spencer 03/11/03 10/06/05 21/2 Year 5401 25th Place, S.W. 304-6886 09/27/05 10/06/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Precinct 326 Ms, Margaret Harris 262-1202 05/09/06 10/06/09 3 Years 2309 Hunter Boulevard 732-7349 Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: scrapiron1aw@yahoo,com District: 3 Category: Precinct 323 Z'",,=u!l.,,":;.~,'.>=-'TI<:::'~'.'.'-==O\'"-';"::.';;"~i '_"'.~,,,,c:.==,k-..."'s;.;.=,..:;.,C;!"""".J;" """"",',,",,-=. Wednesday, March 14, 2007 Page ,r. :--:"=.:'. .~:;;;O:~. '.c.>;. --. of2 ( ( Agenda Item No. 9A Ociober 9, 20G7 Page 5 of 8 Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committee Name Work Phone Home Phone Term 2nd Term Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate This 5 member committee was created by Ord. No. 87-78 to advise and recommend as to the beautification and maintenance of landscape improvements within the road right of way as described by ordinance boundaries. The committee shall prepare an itemized budget of the amount of money required to carry out the business of the committee for the next fiscal year. Amended on September 3, 1996, by Ord. No. 96-50 and 96-51. Precincts are 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, and part of 322. Terms are 4 years, FL STAT: 125.Gl Staff: Liz Deleon, Transportation Operations Coordinator: 417-6081 ~-~"~"',:',_.-:-""--:'-:..,.- _.- ,,"'"C-, ;{"7-: Wed;'esd;;y, ftfar~h j4~~2007 .- . ~":-,.."...,,,:,,-,,,- <_-'-;;'A~,' . - ..,,,-- . "-'~' Page 2 of2 -.~~7g"~:,,,':"C_ -, --"";";;:.-::;';;CVl'CC- Agenda Item No, 9.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 8 MEMORANDUM FROM: August 20, 2007 Elections Office ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager i Board of County Commissione J DATE: TO: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one ofthe 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. GG BEAUTIFICATION ADVISORY COMMITIEE COMMISSION DISTRICT Michael V. McElroy 1811 51" Terrace, S,W. Naples, FL 34116 ~5 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM .'Igencia Item 1'0, 9.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 7 of 8 DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Tessie SilIery, Transportation) Ope 'I 'ons Sue Filson, Executive Manager ; Board of County Commissione I FROM: RE: Golden Gate Beautification Advisory Committee As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration, I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Michael V. McElroy 1811 51st Terrace, S.W. Naples, FL 34116 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097, Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments -- , -1 Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Nap"", FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 . "'. {. " . j" (' . , , :~PlHtJ.:a jOn If;r.~( 'VJSOf')' ._ornnnth~(:s/Boa.rus ~amc; !" " ; ;" I1..t.. <~ / !.- l;, Agenda Item ~io, 9.'1 October 9, 2007 Page 8 of 8 .~' ' >~t._~' >'.,)' ,.,,' .; ".f II Home Address; , 'c. o ' '.' - L..J. Home Phone: 35cJ'-_~S._'i''I9 . ~7/" // /'" Zip Code:__-.J.Y~LJL_ J ../ " ''", " ;' ',' .j- Fax No. Business Phone: eoofllaiJ address:: Business: Board or Committee Applied for. ii" " , _,J. Category (if applicable): Example: Commissioa District. ~dopcr. t.viroturleatllist,.ay penoa, ek. Are you a registered voter iD Collier County: Yes / No Do you eurreotly bold publk oflice? Yes Ilsa, what is tbt Omtt? ~ No Do you DOW serve, or have you ever scnred. on . Collier County board or ~ommittee'! Y Cf Uy...pl.......ttbecommittees/bo.rds: q5. H/(''I'-u c. N. Plcas(' ,list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. aDd positions beld: )" j,: Education, pi'S/.. S d",,,,{ E\pt'ricnec: ,/ l' "J " i.. __c. ..,.<<iIdiIiomIJUif"-""Y""fwptfti"""'- TIIis 11pp/ksDD. dU10JIJ be~"s.. FIlsD.. ~ M_ wdle BtttIrdo/CoIuztyCJ1IIII'IflissioNen.1JfJl EDsI Ttutriafi TTrliJ, NttpIA FLJ4Jl2. lfytNl ~plelutftIXyt1IUlI/IPIJaIIiolllD (2.19)17I/-J602 or HIWil to !J!~1ifM~:i.:r(ll#e'gf'!.~,'1.t:i 1hd ytHIftr vobtld<<ring" serve" citizens ofCoIJiq County. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item r"o. 9B October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 9 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE COLLIER COUNTY HEALTH FACILITIES AUTHORITY OBJECTIVE: To appoint I membcr to serve a 4 year term, expiring on October 9,201 I, to the Collier County Health Facilities Authority. CONSIDERATIONS: The Health Facilities Authority had I term expire on April 22, 2007. This 5 member authority was established by the Board of County Commissioners on November 20, 1979, by Ordinance No, 79-95 in accordance with Chapter 154 of the Florida Statutes. The purpose of the Authority is to assist health facilities in the acquisition, constmction, financing and refinancing of projects in any corporated or unincorporated area within the geographiCal limits of Collier County. Tenus are 4 years, A list of the current membership is included in the backup, A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. ! Dr. Joan Colfer-reappt I Health Department Director ~ Health Facilities Authority ATTENDANCE: 7 years service ~ missed 1 mceting COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Dr. Joan Colfer FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint I member, and direct the County Attomey to prepare a resolution confim1ing the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 9, 2007 Page 1 of] AgendB it91TI Nc. (is Oclcher 9 ;:807 Paqs 2 nf9 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: DB Appointment of member to me Collier County Health Facilities Authority 10/9/2007 900.00AM I>repared By Su{, ;::I~on Executi~e M~n~ger 10 thtl Bce Dale Board 01 COllnty Bce Offiell CommiSS10ners Approved By JamesV. Mudd County Manager Date Board ot County Commissioners County Marwger'$ Office 9128f200711:40AM fil.../lr'IA o..."ri"T..."tlJ=;v,",,,rtIQnRn,,t,,h,,.,.o/^?nQ G/^ ?n')nn7InO o/^')m~()A Rno/"?nnp>/n?nrnT ThJ Inr~nlV17 .. I Agenda Item 1\10. 98 Ociober 9, 2007 Page 3 of 9 Collier County Health Facilities Authority 5150 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 502 Naples, Florida 34103 (239) 263-8060 N. Rex Ashley Chainnan George C. Mohlke, Jr. Joan M. Colfer, M.D., M.P.H. Maria Ferrao IArryRay September 17, 2007 Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Collier County Courthouse, Bldg. F Naples, FL 34112 RE: Collier County Health Facilities Authority; Appointment Dear Ms, Filson: The Health Facilities Authority has a vacancy as a result of the expiration of the term of Dr. Joan M. Colfer, who has applied for reappointment, No other applicants responded to the notice published by the Board. Dr, Colfer, who is the Collier County Health Director, has been a member of the Authority for more than seven years, and her knowledge of public health concerns in the community are invaluable to the Authority. Our records show that in the years of her membership, she has only missed one meeting of the Authority. The Authority is appreciative of her service, and I highly recommend her reappointment. If you should have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me. Very truly yours, Cd. - '7 / / /V;&, N, Rex Ashley Chairman Agenda Item No, 98 October 9, 2007 Pag" 4 of 9 Health Facilities Authority Name Work Phone Appt'd E:,p, Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. N. Rex Ashley 261-7200 03/27/0 I 03/27105 4 Years 1029 Westlake Boulevard 213-0254 05/] 0/05 03/27/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: District: 4 Category: Mr, George C. Mohlke, Jr. 262-1410 03/27/01 03/27/05 4 Years 1400 Pompei Lane, Unit 45 262-1410 05/10/05 03/27/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: framoh@aoI.com District: 4 Category: Dr. Joan Colfer ~ 06/15/02 2 Years / ,7718210' 04/11/00 3301 E. Tamiami Trail .530-53:3;:2..04/22/03 04/22/07 4 Years Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: District: Category: Health Dept. Director Ms, Maria Cecilia Ferrao 634-9410 05/10105 05/10/09 4 Years 2305 Island Cove Circle 591-4037 Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: maria.ferrao@comcast.net District: Category: Mr. Larry H. Ray 436-5344 07/26/05 07/26/09 4 Years 2089 Mission Drive 592-0839 Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: lray54@comcast.net District: 2 Category: (- ro;,'_=;;-.S..::o..~;::O::'::~':':';.:":-.l= ___7. .:=_'~=;7=~'.",',7:':'l:C"~--=C':c~.::;o;;::'.:_";=.'"c;.:'_:"..:_--- ..' ,,-c_ -:"=,.,' "=-=r~,", Wednesday, July 27, 2005 Page 1 of 2 Agenda item i~o. ::-B October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 9 Health Facilities Authority Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 5 member authority was created on November 20, 1979, by Ordinance No. 79-95 in accordance with Chapter 154 of the Florida Statutes. The purpose of the authority is to assist health facilities in the acquisition, construction, financing and refinancing of projects in any corporated or unincorporated area within the geographical limits of Collier County, Qualifications: County Resident, 18 years of age, Terms are 4 years. ( FL STAT Chapter 154 Staff: Donald A. Pickworth, Attorney: 263-8060 ( fV"':d,;:;;d~~r. :r:t~27':'20~"; - --_._'~ - ':"-":-::-=.'=.:J'_c_C:;"""'::"'Z'-l<,;._.;=r. ~:'P~;;';2:~~;;; ;;::-:"'~-'l!':,":-"".'-'-"- ----;f7.~<v.;~~.<..;; JUN 18 2007 ;~~iO:.::t6 ,I\,genda Item No, !:IE! October 9, 2007 Page 6 of9 MEMORANDUM DATE: June 15,2007 TO: Elections Office if Sue Filson, Executive Manager ' Board of County Commissioners ' FROM: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HEALTH FACILITIES AUTHORITY COMMISSION DISTRICT Joan Marie Colfer 65 Anchor Court Marco Island, FL 34145 1 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9S October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 9 DA TE: June 15,2007 TO: Attorney Don Pickworth FROM: Sue Filson, Executive ~an.ager ~ I Board of County CommIssIoners <& RE: Health Facilities Authority 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: Joan Marie Colfer 65 Anchor Court Marco Island, FL 34145 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 4 I day time-frame, and 1 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 filson_s -l;'rom: joan_colfer@doh.state,fl,us ~t: Thursday, May 31, 2007 5:41 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: 5/31120075:41:16 PM, Name: ~oan Marie Colfer! Home Phone: I Home Address: 165 Anchor Court! City: !Marco Islan~ Zip Code: ~41451 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-774-56531 Business: ~39-530-53321 -.. e-Mail Address: lioan colfer(a)doh.state.fl.u~ Work Place: \Collier County Health Departmen~ How Ion!: have you lived in Collier County: [J] Have you ever been convicted of any offense a!:ainst the law? ~ Are you a re!:istered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Health Facilities Boar~ Category: !Not indicate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? IYesl ~ndigent Care Committee - 2000 to 20051 Page I of2 Agenda Item 1'.10, 98 October 9. 2007 Page 8 of 9 Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IYe~ . Please list vour communi activities: oilier County Medical Society member President of PLAN (Physician Led Access Network) Board ember of AP AN(American Project Access Network) FMA (Florida Medical Association) member nited Wa Board member 2000-2006 Collier Coun 6/1/2007 Advisory Board Application . . . 6/1/2007 Page 20f2 ;1,Jenda item No. 98 Education: -' October 9, 2007 .A University of Delaware M.D. Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara M,P.H. Johns HopkinSge d - f 9 School of Hygiene & Public Health Internship Maryland General Hospital OB-GYN Residency Unio emorial Hos ital Preventive Medicine Residenc Johns Ho kins Ex erience: oilier County Health Department Director 2000 to present 10 years - Maryland Department of Heal Mental Hygiene as Director of Program Services LHA 8 years - Baltimore County Health e artment as Director of Preventive Services and Disease Control . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda item No. ge October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 8 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OBJECTIVE: To appoint I member to serve a 4 year term, expiring on October 9,2011, to the Industrial Development Authority, CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Industrial Development Authority had I term expire on April 13,2007, This 5-member authority was established by the Board of County Commissioners on February 27, 1979 by Resolution No, 79-34 pursuant to State Statues 159, Part III. This authority has the power to issue Industrial Development Bonds to qualifying projects. Money generated from the bonds would be used to construct industrial plants, equipment and other facilities which would be leased or sold to private industry. The Authority meets several times a year at iITegular intcrvals, Terms for are 4 years, A list of the CUITent membership is included in the backup, The term for Barbara Minch Rosenberg expired on April 13, 2007, A press release was issued and I resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT ATTENDANCE DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Barbara Minch Rosenberg~ rea t Perfect Attendance Industrial Development Authority COMMITTEE RECOMMENDA nON: Barbara Minch Rosenberg - reappointment FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint I member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 9,2007 ,."...". Page 1 of 1 Agenda lic:m-, No, 9C Octc,I1uS2C07 f:',]\:W i:' of B COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 8C Item Summary: Meeting Date: ,A.ppOrrltmem of memlJer \() Ule Industnal Development AL!trlOnty 1019/2007 0000QAM Prepared By SUE Fi]son Executive Manager to thf< Bee Date Board of Coumy Commissioners BCCOfhce Approved By James\' Mudd Board 01 County Commi&sioners County Manager Date County Mnnnger's Office 9/2bi200711,44AM file://C:\Agenda T est\Export\90-0ctober%209. %202007\09 .%20BOARD%200F%20COUN.. 10/3/2007 Agenja liem t\Jo. 9C October 9, 2007 Page 3 of 8 CoWer County Industrial Development Authority 3050 North Horseshoe Drive, Suite 120 Naples, Florida 34104 (239) 263-8989 Alice J. Carlson, Chairman Barbara M. Rosenberg, Vice Chair Ross P. Obley, Secretary John Agnelli Thad Kirkpatrick March 25, 2003 Sue Filson Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Collier County Courthouse, Building"F" 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112-4977 Re: Appointments to Industrial Development Authority Dear Ms. Filson: The Industrial Development Authority has discussed the reappointment of its current member, Barbara Rosenberg, whose current term has expired and who has applied for reappointment. No other applications were received pursuant to notice published by the Board, Ms, Rosenberg has served the Authority for many years as Vice Chair and brings to the Authority a broad background in local business, She has a perfect record of attendance at meetings and the Authority relies heavily on her experience and knowledge. Her reappointment is highly recommended, If you need further information, please give me a calL / ve;:JrulY yours'",7 b4f{~ Donald A. PIckworth Assistant Secretary and General Counsel . Agenda item No, 9C October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 8 Industrial Development Authority Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Alice J. Carlson 435-3988 OS/26/98 OS/26/02 4 Years 2730 Leeward Lane 261-8469 01/23/07 09/24/11 4 Years Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: ajc@cddflorida.com District: 4 Category: Mr. Thad D. Kirkpatrick 390-1912 04/10/07 04/13/11 4 Years 420 Widgeon Pointe 403-0862 Naples, FL 34105 E-Mail: tkirkpatrick@cohenlaw.com District: Category: Ms. Barbara Minch Rosenberg 389-2771 11/07/95 02/28/99 4 Years / h" 5963 Bermuda Lane 592-6199 04/22/03 04/13/07 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Mr, John AgneIli 775-2230 06/10/97 02/28/00 3 Years 373 Bay Meadows Drive 774-3726 05/10/05 06/12/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34113 E-Mail: jjagneIli@aoLcom District: 1 Category: Mr. Ross p, Obley 591-1802 OS/26/98 02/28/01 3 Years 802 Slashpine Court 05/1 0/05 06/12/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: rossgolfs@aoLcom District: 2 Category: l =.;.~.' ';-.:'=';" -:.:,..J:;l~'~';:;'.=.:C~>\l1~.~.~"lC;;7.',;~':,"'"o,';i.;~" ..;;f"'..;;,.\l'ldl':""'''''.;:';:''",:c..". """"",..;.,-' '''.''$-';\"':: ::;B,..~,"'~C));~"5~ .-. ~ ,c::,,'Jt':"-... -,,->;.~.r. Wednesday, April !1, 2007 Page 1 Agenda Item hio. 9C October 9. 2007 P8ge 5 of 8 Industrial Development Authority Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp. Date 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term Established on February 27, 1979, by Resolution No. 79-34 pursuant to FL STAT 159, Part III, This authority is composed of 5 members who serve staggered, 4-year terms, This authority has the power to sell industrial revenue bonds. Money generated from the bonds would be used to construct industrial plants, equipment and other facilities which would be leased or sold to private industry. Tammie Nemecek, Executive Director Economic Development Council 3200 Bailey Lane, Suite 162 Naples, FL 34105 phone: 263-8989 fax: 263-6021 ( FL STA T: 159, Part III Staff: Don Pickworth, Attorney: 263-8060 . :c..,....:-:.:-. -'.~~...-- .~".-...,__'c.. Wedn~sdOy: Aprii j'~ loot . -:...~...-,,~ "'- "'t:'X'-'~'!"-"_ .,..---.:.;;"'r;....' Page 2 of2 . . )'j r~J -i ',J i")(),''l'-j '"'';'';-L'' {...-:~,,", .. .'Mg::rriCa":'r8fn"'i\I',J.""~Eft} October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 8 MEMORANDUM FROM: June 15,2007 Elections Office ;jff Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione J DATE: TO: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTORITY COMMISSION DISTRICT Barbara Minch Rosenberg 5963 Bermuda Lane Naples, FL 34119 3 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda item No. 9C October 9, 2007 Page 7 of 8 DATE: June 15,207 Attorney Don Pickworth ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager, ,I, . Board of County Commissioners TO: FROM: RE: Industrial Development Authority 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: Barbara Minch Rosenberg 5963 Bermuda Lane Naples, FL 34119 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments t. UJa'-d of County Commi 3301 E.asl Tamiami Trail ""pie,. FL 34112 ""'" (Bo) 774-8007 F"x: (239) 774-3602 rt'!)encla,ite", No, ge SIall:Q;t.,'\\a:tk 2007 , O::l\": 8 of 8 Barhara Minch-Rosenberg .,J 5963 Bermuda Lane Naples, FL 34119 239-592-6]99 239-404<!952 (cell) userbamlOI7@aol.com Application for Advisory Committees/Boards ~ (l4.!:!u/ h114ud., " ,R6~/~Li,t Home Phone:.ff ~ - t /19 Home Address: ,) 1(;3 Bc(/\.m..u.d.d.. ~ ' Zip Code: ...:s '1// q F"x No. Business Phone: e-mail address: USc~~lll C'n ~!lk'l Ct'Yl ~dL'LcJ:_' ~ Irttx,(S 1t:. ./ A/ Name: Place of Employment: Board or Committee Applied for: Dhit k;jJm [/./1 J .J1#;~; t~lct- Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District, Developer, environmentalist. lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years ,;) ? V Months Are )'OU a registered voter in Collier County: Yes No , Do yon currently hold public office? Yes lf so, what is that office? No ,/ No ,......---- Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes Do you DOW serve, or have you ever served, ~a .Cpllier County"boa~d or committee? Yes If ye . please list the committees/boards: '-'J YJ~' / .-' (l I C' ' ""c( Jl '= -' I Ie. -( 1- No Please list your communif)' activities (civic clubs, neighbor~d associat~!lns, etc. and positiops held: r1t9-~[~f; :~~u ~ . fAIU'< tJ:;';: €l7;;:1t: ,> / U4';hOd'~ (P/l-o.,f-j ", ' C" Il I ( IMc:;f; - ~ I -. ~ IV, I ~ IN/ C;' - /~ ' .f Educ"tion: L:&-Mj'.J1:.i!L/::.: If- S frll-n..:[L,.( /71/ ,;MI/ /).14(;<;='(,' C~ Experience:, ~~L ff~ tf'v ~ _,,/ (1)y.e/UI0'~Ldj'mN~'7.e~./ '"i:t~ ~ '------'----.;.7~~A ~_>A_ ..2;: (/ - ~fi~J kc~.<,,> ,^LC,'":f -i70" Please attach any additwnal information you feel pertinent. This application should he forwarded to Sue Fil.~on, Executive Manager to the Board ofCoumy Commis.~ioners, 3301 East Tamfumi Trail, NQples, FL 34l12. 11you wish, please fax your application to (239)774-3602 or e-mail tosuefilsoIlUi.collierf!ov.net. Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens of Collier County. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No, 9D October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 8 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE GOLDEN GATE ESTATES LAND TRUST COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: To appoint I member to serve a 4 year term, expiring on October 13, 20 II, to the Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee, CONSIDERATIONS: The Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee has 1 term expiring on October 13, 2007 for applicants residing in Golden Gate Estates Units 21-22,36-47,52-53, 59-93 or those units located south of Alligator Alley, This 5 member committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of County Conmlissioners for the purpose of canying out the requirements, conditions and various provisions of an Agrecment relating to the use of land, or funds derived from the sale ofland, conveyed to the County by Avatar Properties Inc, (f1k1a GAC Properties Inc,), Applicants must reside within the subdivision known as "Golden Gate Estates," Member selection may depend upon location of residence within specific areas (phases) of the Estates. Terms are 4 years, A list oflhe current membership is included in the backup. The term for Linda Hartman will expire on October 13,2007, A press release was issued and I resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR AnV, COMM. I Linda Hartman-reappt I Phase [ ~I GG Estates land Trust Comm. ATTENDANCE: Member since 2005 - 3 absences COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Linda HaJiman FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint] member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirnling the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 9, 2007 ,- ,age I OJ J Age~J~;~~;~~~- '~(~O~;;~ pa:;w ni 8 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: 90 ,4DPoinimenl Dt member to Itle GDlden Gate Estates Land Trust CcrTlITlltlee 10!9/200i' 9.QQ,QOAM Prt'parcd By Sue Filf,on ExecutivE Manager to thp BCe ante Boardo/County Commissioners Bce Office- Appro\'l'dBy J~mef, v, Mudd County M~nnger Onle BOiirdofCounty Commissioners County Man~ger's Office 9/281200711:51 AM file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober%209 ,%202007\09 .%20BOARD%200F%20COUN.. 10/3/2007 Agen:;a i:~nt 1'10. fiD October 9 2007 Page 3 of 8 Memorandum To: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners From: Jason Bires Property Acquisition Specialist Date: September 25, 2007 Subject: Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee The Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee Members. at their September 24. 2007 meeting. unanimously recommended that the Board of County Commissioners accept the application of Linda Hartman for membership to the Committee. Ms. Hartman resides within Golden Gate Estates. Unit 7, Tract 113. In the past term. which dates back to 2005, Ms. Hartman has accumulated a total of three absences. Please present the Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee's recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners at your earliest convenience. Thank you. Real Property Management Department , Agenda Item No. 9D October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 8 Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms, Linda Hartman 274-5400 02108/05 10113/07 2.8 Years V 794 17th Street, N.W. 455-1739 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: lindamikeh@aoLcom District: 5 Category: Phase I Mr. Stephen B. Greenberg 455-1204 10/11/94 10/13/98 4 Years 2780 8th Street, N.W. 455-0640 10/24/06 10/13/10 4 Years Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: stevenrita@swfIa.rr.com District: 5 Category: Phase III Ms. Karen M, Acquard 03/10/98 10113/98 8 months 441 24th Avenue, N,E. 455-8318 10/24/06 10/13/1 0 4 Years =-- Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: LadiJ@att.net District: 5 Category: Phase I Mr. Jeffrey Scott Curl 261-4007 12/16/03 10/13/05 2 Years 4010 8th Avenue, S,E, 304-0958 10/11/05 10113/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34117 E-Mail: jcort@gradyrniner.com District: 5 Category: Phase II Mr, Charles Purcell VanGelder, I 597-8774 10/10/95 10113/99 4 Years / 760 7th Street, S,W. 353-5713 10/14/03 10/13/07 4 Years Naples, FL 34117 E-Mail: redlegnaucc@cs.com District: 5 Category: Phase I ( - ".-,- "--l....,....".:.-_'''-ll'~-: _<';'':;;'l!:~,' -',-::G' ,- TKursd;;Y~~ociob~ 26; iiJ06 Agenda it.3m r-Jo. 90 October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 8 Golden Gate Estates Land Trust Committee Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 5 member committee was created by Ord. No, 87-48, amended by Ord. No. 87-98 and 94- 40 to carry out the requirements, conditions and various provisions of an Agreement relating to the use of land, or funds derived from the sale of iand, conveyed to the County by Avatar Properties, Inc, (f/d/a GAC Properties, Inc,) Applicants must reside within the subdivision known as "Golden Gate Estates," Members must reside within 1 of the 5 phases within the Golden Gate Estates area, Terms are 4 years i'. FL STAT 125.01 Staff: Toni Molt, Supervisor, Real Property: 774-8991 ( h:i; -", '.~ _._'..V" '''7" Thu-;'~day,-"(/;;t~'ber 26, 2006 Page 2 of2 Agenda Item r.;o. 9D October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 8 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 20, 2007 FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners 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, GG ESTATES LAND TRUST COMMITTEE COMMISSION DISTRICT Linda Hartman 797 17th Street, N.W. Naples, FL 34120 __S Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenca item [\)0. 90 OctoD8f 9. 2007 Page 7 of 8 DATE; August 20, 2007 TO; Toni Mott, Real Property Mana:Be~e Department Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Commissione , FROM: RE; Golden Gate Estates Land Trust 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; Linda Hartman 797 17th Street, 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 I .~uc. 1,. ,;1(:) lU4P'! MlllEN~:A LENC:NS_,31214jL)5 Board of County Commissioners 3301 East TllII1iami Trail N .ples, FL 34 11Z (2.19) 774.1lO91 F...: (239) 774.3602 ~n 173; p 2 .Aoenda Item [,~o. 9D ~ October 9. 2007 Page 8 of 8 \ ) Application for Advisory ConunitteesIBoards Name: L ,'n d,,-- /-1,,- r T!ntJ.. n Home Phone: ,2. ~ 9 - fS'S'- /739 Home Address: 79'/ /7 ~ ST: ,1/(A/ Zip Code: ~ I,I/,l-CJ FaxNo.'J.r(j~/;J..&J'1 Business Phone: 3S"v.. .?-YtJiJ e-mail address: h,,-t. m,fl J.p)(;",,/,e,/'rI - PIa.. of EmpIOYTDI/Dt.: LYZ Lknn ,/:; L.~ntl.L'n '1 ern 1&' f- BoardorCommitteeAppliedfor:&:'I!,.n {?^'U r<:,T6-'Tf:<; la nrllrusr ftJ/J1JJJ,!Ic-<-- Category (if applicable): EXlrapk; C,nm:clstlol\ Distri~t, Devdopel, ~ViAIltDCDta);.~4 ley pm;(IG., tt('. How long bave you lived in Collier County: Vear. ;:;, I Monlbo 7 Are you a registered vour in Collier County: Vos ).C' So Do you currently hold ~blic orrlee? X"1I' X. No If so, "hal is that omce1 L. /1 / //p Jr /J/los'j tL"~ C.'~n Irl1 / [I()mm. . Hafe you ever been convicted of any offense allainSt the Law? II res, explain: Yes NoY' Do you now sene, or hlfft you eYer sened, on I COUier f,oUDt)' boar" Of col11D\itt 7 Y c! It yes, plcalJe list tile tommiLtte5/boottds: f- c ~ .e .r. f 'u. '" 1'0 Pleas. list your community activities (civic clubs, neiEhborhood associations, el.e. and position. held: Education: Experi.DCt': P~,,,.u 4l~h 4/1)' a.tilWnal in/Cr.urion you f.d pe~1fL Tho qplic.flIi.tJlI sllOl.1il lMJ(trwwcUd IV .~f Filum., uui'tivr Ma.aare' f(} Ill. BtHU~c/Cou"" C"II'fmiJ"Writ'r~, 3.361 ull rtuJti4mirrol1. Naples, FL.""Jl].. lI]tJll ",l$1t.P~I", /u]OvrappllcQhcnto (219)'17J..~6()2 or I.mail to .'fIU'fiJJo"@r-ttBwrpfwneL ThDnk)'IJU 1M )JollUt~.,.u..f to IfO'r tM UtWrm a/Collin Co~. . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY [l,genda Item No. 9E October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 11 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE BLACK AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint I member to a 4 year term, expiring on June 25, 201 I, to the Black Affairs Advisory Board. CONSIDERATIONS: The Black Affairs Advisory Board had 1 term expiring on June 25, 2007. This 9 member committee identifies and evaluates problems unique to the Black Community, reviews and recommends ways to ensure open communication between the minorities and Collier County Government and provides periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. The term for Mary Linda Sanders expired on June 25, 2007. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. ~ None I Adrienne L. Markopolos I n/a ATTENDANCE; new member COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Adrienne L. Markopolos FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confinning the appointment. Prepared By; Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 9, 2007 Page 1 of 1 Agenda item No :)E October 8 ;!(J07 PiJ~JP 2 lit 11 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COr>'llilllSS10NERS Item Number: ttemSummary: Meeting Date: DE AppOintment 01 member 10 the Black Affalrs,c"dvison; Board 1019!200i'9.000ClPM Prepared By Sue Filson Exeo;utive M,mager to Ihl1 BCe Dale Boarct01 COlJnly Commissioners BCCOffice AppruvetlRy JamesV. Mudd Board of County Commissioners CounlyManager Date County MaIJaser'sOftice 9/281200711:!;4AM file:/ /C:\AgendaTest\ExDort\90-0etober%209. %202007\09. %20BOARDo/0200F%20CQUN.. 10/3/2007 Agenda Item No. 9E OClOber 9. 2007 Page 3 of 11 0,1'. r.:n".'.... . ~~'~ " i. Memorandum To; Sue Filson, Executive Manager Collier County Board of Commissioners From: Terri Daniels Collier County Housing and Human Services Date: September 27, 2007 Subject: Recommendation of Appointment - Black Affairs Advisory Board Please be advised that the Black Affairs Advisory Board has recommended the appointment of Adrienne Markopolos to the advisory board. This motion was voted on and approved by all members in attendance. Please see attached meeting minutes of September 24, 2007, Please let me know if you need additional information. Thank you for your assistance. , Agenda Item No. 9E October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 11 \ Black Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Stewart C, Brown 12113/05 06/25/09 4 Years 4436 Prescott Lane 598-4337 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: BBrown3663@ao1.com District: 3 Category: nla Ms. LaVerne C. Franklin 352-2868 04/11/00 06/25/03 3 Years 7705 Kiwi Place 7/24/07 6/25/11 4 Years Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: District: 1 Category: Mr, John M. Brunner 12/13/05 06/25/09 4 Years 763 98th Avenue, North 513-1576 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: threebrunners@comcast.net District: 2 Category: nla Ms. Mary Linda Sanders 09/1 0/03 06/25/07 4 Years /' 354 Dover Place, #103 649-4483 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: District: 4 Category: Mr. Jon Walker 06/20/06 06/25/11 4 Years 5529 Cove Circle 596-3503 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: jonjaywalk@aoI.com District: 3 Category: -'- - - ':0..0;; '::;::_~"";"-;_"'.":. -~ '.,..' ~':~=~",.,.J:'" -, ,c:W;,';-'l:'i"".;",;;,;,;';"-:,', :;-....11' ,..... '_',.;;;;:r,-- _-L.],.:~._':: Thursihzy, July 26, 2007 Page J of3 AJenda Item !~o. fiE Clctober g. 2007 Page 5 of 11 ( Black Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp, Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndE:tpDate 2nd Term Ms. Irene Williams 09/10/03 06/25/07 4 Years 4555 25th Court, S.W. 455-5033 07/24/07 06/25/07 4 Years Naples, FL 34116 E-Mail: taxxwilliams@aoI.eom District: 3 Category: Mr. Keith W. Upson 248-7404 06/20/06 06/25/1 0 2 Years 264 Willoughby Drive 514-3539 4 Years Naples, FL 34110 E-Mail: information@keithupson.com District: 2 Category: Ms, Fay E. Ghorayeb 12113/05 06/25/09 4 Years 216 Colonade Circle 403-4378 / Naples, FL 34103 ( E-Mail: Ighorayeb@aoI.com District: 4 Category: nla Mr. Charles L. Martin 784-5498 10/10/06 06/25/10 4 Years 2222 Gulfshore Boulevard North 262-7287 Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: realtyglobal@aoI.com District: Categor)': Thursday, J~IY' 26: 2007 ',_',n <'",.r" - -. ~._. . Page 2 of3 Agenda Item No. 9E October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 11 Black Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd DateRe-appt Exp, Date 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 9 member board was created on May 14, 1991, by Ord No, 91-38 & 91-77, to identify and evaluate problems unique to the Black Community, review and recommend ways to ensure open communication between minorities and Collier County Government and provide periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners. Amended on 08113191 by Ord. 91-77 to increase membership from 7 to 9 member. Terms are 4 years. FL STAT: none Staff: Terri Daniels, Human Services: 732-2689 ":" .- "',.' , '~~i:-~-''-, "ft' __'I Thu,:sJ;,y. JufY'26, 2007 -" Pa~;~3 oi3'<o .,. ''''','r",'- MEMORANDUM Agenda Item r\j.:) 9E October 9. 2007 Pan" 7 of 11 JUliO 2001 p~ 1:45 DATE: July 9, 2009 TO: Elections Office Sue Filson, Executive Manager ~ ; Board of County Commissioners FROM: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. BLACK AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD COMMISSION DISTRICT Adrienne L. Markopolos 151 Cypress Way E. Naples, FL 341 10 :2 Thank you for your help. filson_s Page 1 of! Agenda Item No. 9E October 9, 2007 Page 8 of 11 '''''om: DanielsTerri ...nt: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 1:40 PM To: filson_s Cc: Sheffield Michael Subject: RE: Black Affairs Advisory Board Hi Sue, The BAAB IS on break until September.. I will present it to them at that lime for recommendation. Thanks Terri From: filson_s Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 1:39 PM To: DanielsTerri Cc: Sheffield Michael Subject: Black Affairs Advisory Board Hi Terri, just a reminder that on July 9, 2007 I sent you an applicant to present to the BAAB for a recommendation; the deadline is October 22,2007. Please provide me with the recommendation to present to the BCC for appointment. Thanks. :FUson 'Lxecutive :Manager, 'BCC (239) 774-8097 yfume (239) 774-886sfax 5 ue{iCson ,ilcolll e rgov. net 8/21/2007 MEMORANDUM Agenja item ~~o. 9E October 9. 2007 Page 9 of 11 DATE: July 9, 2007 TO; Terri Daniels, Human Services ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners ' FROM: RE: Black Affairs Advisory Board As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press . release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration, I have attached the applications received for your review as follows; Adrienne L. Markopolos 151 Cypress Way E. Naples, FL 34110 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment ofthe 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 filson_s Page 1 of2 Aoenda Item No, 9E " October 9. 2007 Page 10 of 11 Advisory Board Application ""'rom: adriennem@dlcmhc.com ~t: Friday, June 22,20079:37 AM ""ro': 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: 6/22/20079:36:49 AM. Name: [Adrienne L Markopolosl Home Phone: 1813-965-35521 Home Address: 1151 Cypress Way E.I City: lNaple~ Zip Code: 1341101 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-64372781 Business: 1239-64361011 -, e-Mail Address:ladriennem(a)dlcmhc.com) Work Place: !David Lawrence Cente~ How lon~ have you lived in Collier County: 11-21 Have you ever been convicted of any offense a~ainst the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IYesl Board / Committee Applied for: !Black Advisory Boar~ Category: 1N0t indicate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ ... Please list our communi activities: ormer Executive Committee Memeber of Hillsborough County (4yrs.) Present Collier County xecutive Committee Alternate Education: 6/22/2007 Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 L\."o..,rl~ IjprYl -:] :!E asters in Mental Health / Licensed Psychotherapist Bachelors of Science ( Socialogy an~)~.c . 2007 ommunication Su reme Court Certified Farnil Mediator r'3ge 1 of 11 . . . 6/22/2007 Exnerience: Present Supervisor of the David Lawrence Center DUI and Domestic Violence Programs, formerly in private practice as a clinican, Speicalities include substance abuse, domestic violence and mental health, Fl Supereme Court Certified Family Mediator,Frequent radio guest on the Operation Radio Show , EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item ~'o, 9F October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 12 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint I member to ful1ill the remainder of a vacant term, expiring on .June 25,201 I, to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board, CONSIDERA TIONS: The Hispanic Affairs Advisory Committee has I vacancy due to a resignation with the term expiring on .June 25, 20 II. This 9 member board identifies and evaluates problems unique to the Hispanic Community, revicws and recommends ways to ensure open communication between the minorities and Collier County Govemment and provides periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners, Telms are 4 years, A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Rosalinda M. Martinez was appointed on April] 0, 2007 and resigned on April 26, 2007, A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the following interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. I Luis Alejandro Bernal I n/a ~I None A TTENDANCE; new member COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Luis Alejandro Bemal FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint I member, and direct the County Attomey to prepare a resolution continuing the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executivc Managcr Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 9, 2007 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COrJlMlS510NERS Item Number: 'JF Item Summary: Meeting Date: .,o,pp0Iniment ot member to the Hispanic Aitairs Advisory Board 10/,>'2,;.;}7 9 DO OD AI" Prepared Dy Sue Filson EXeC\ltive ';;~nagerlotl1{' Ree Date Board a/County Commissioners BCCOfflce Approvl'll R:y James V, Mudd County Mannger Date E:o;lrdoICounty Commissiollers County Manager'sOHice 912&1200711,S7AM filr:"I/(,'\A lJenrl~Te>:t\Fxnort\90-()ct{)ber%209. %202007\09. %20BOARD%200F"l010COUN.. 1 0/3/2007 -.,,',---.,,'.. ,-,'_.._-_...--- i~genda Item ~~o. 9F October g, 2007 Pa'J8 3 of 12 (f) MEMORANDUM TO: Sue Filson, Executive Manager, Board of County Commissioners FROM: Michael J. Sheffield, Staff Liaison to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board DATE: September 28, 2007 SUBJECT: HAAB-Recommendation for Appointment As you are aware, the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board currently has one vacancy as the result of the resignation of Rosalinda Martinez. The new appointee will serve the remainder of Ms. Martinez' term, and will be eligible for re-appointment in June 2011. One application was received, It was determined that the applicant, Mr. Luis Alejandro Bernal, is a registered voter in Collier County, and he does meet the criteria for appointment. In accordance with Collier County Resolution 2006-83, at their meeting on September 27, 2007, the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board voted (unanimously) to recommend to the Board of County Commissioners that Mr. Luis Alejandro Bernal be appointed, Applicant Recommended for Appointment to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board: Name Luis Alejandro Bernal District 3 Place of Em 10 ment Global Professional Services, Inc. Tb ree Prima Areas of Ex ertise Public Policy Analyses, Business Man ement, Economics . Agenda Item !\lo. 9F October 9. 2007 Page 4 of 12 Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp, Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Ernesto E, Velasquez 455-6200 11/14/06 8524 Laurel Lakes Boulevard 354-0230 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: evelasqueznaples@aoLcom District: 3 Category: 06/25/09 3 Years Dr. James Alward Van Fleet 348-8162 11/30/04 06/25/06 2 Years 184 Spring Lake Circle 348-8162 05/09/06 06/25/10 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: javanfleet@msn.com District: 3 Category: ,;1.(,,01 Ms, Rosalinda M. Martinec- J ~ 658-3600 04/10/07 06/25/11 4 Years ,J!?- 1813 6th Avenue rt5(~f' 657-6321 ImmokaJee, FL 34142 E-Mail: rosalinda@rcma,org District: 5 Category: Mr. David Correa 06/06/95 06/25/98 3 Years 275 Napa Ridge Road 213-0064 05/09/06 06/25/10 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: 3 Category: Mr. Manual Gonzalez 850-7097 11/30/04 1622 Tarpon Bay Drive, South #202 591-3934 07/24/07 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: mannytarpanbay@yahoo.com District: 3 Category: 06/25/07 06/25/07 3 Years 4 Years L. '''Th~j[J~~;:%/;u;'3007~'z,~,,,:;c,:,;:,::,:,'!:;=, "'~.'i~fi_:, ''''T~::~__', -'-"""$.ik",_.:,"-m''''''';:''''':!hi:;'li~n~nxti""..-,,;:;;r::;;'::'\'=';:7,,'':''''=:.==='.,.':;~~ )'\981103 Item f>lo. 9F (:-)ctob9r 9. 2007 Page 5 of 12 (~ Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Raymond Cabral 643.9482 11/30/04 06/25/05 7 Months 14767 Indigo Lakes Circle 348.7759 07/26/05 06/25/09 4 Years Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: wynns827@msn.com District: 3 Category: Mr. Renato F. Fernandez 353-6719 07/26/05 06/25/07 2 Years 7901 Liecester Court 353.6719 07/24/07 06/25/11 4 Years Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: FaustoRe@ao1.com = District: 3 Category: ( Mr. Cosme E. Pcrez 354.2700 160 12th Avenue, N.E. 455.7100 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: cosmeperez45@hotmai1.com District: 5 Category: 11/30/04 07/26/05 06/25/05 06/25/09 7 months 4 Years Ms. Valaree D. Maxwell 774.1800 04/10/07 6277 Shadowood Circle 732-7769 Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: ValareeMaxwell77@yahoo.com District: 1 Category: 06/25109 2 Years ,","-~' -_:"~--:":C::':"';';;)='" '''c;..--:_--:_' ','=''''''l''.'<: .::~'T:;;;:""'W'~~!"-=?':::""'''''__:'''':-~,'''''='.:',,-::':m:'',,:' ''''':'', ,,'j.; '1',- ;,"".';;:l"_,"-'t"""~,,,-~::g=,, 'c Thursday, July 26, 2007 Page of 3 ......: L Agenda Item No. 9F October 9. 2C107 Page 6 of 12 Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Term 2nd Term Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate This 9 member committee was created by Ord, No, 91-37, amended by Ord, No, 91-78) to identify and evaluate problems unique to the Hispanic community, review and recommend ways to ensure open communication between minorities and Collier County government and provide periodic reports to the Board of County Commissioners, Terms are 4 years. FL STAT: Staff: Colleen Greene, Assistant County Attorney: 774-8400 <:CO ;"',;;':'o:.:~'_.,~'-'T'.:''''''~';:l;,::';",-~',;;;,~::;:;'tt;~;,li'..lt.W"..._'''''i,_""",",' ,-"';"",.,..-",.....-- - .''''''-="-;..,..,,.~~'',t;',"S..-,;:;'i.=.''':.,~.._,,-- .,~~~-'-,~.....-_;;."':'1,.""'. -_,.::;ocy....- ',n.~,;/!. Thursday, July 26, 2007 Page 3 of 3 ,L,genda Item No. 9F October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 12 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 20, 2007 Elections Office ~0 Sue Filson, Executive Manager I Board of County Commissione I TO: FROM: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees, Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HISPANIC AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD COMMISSION DISTRICT Luis Alejandro Bernal 4220 Hampton Lane Naples, FL 34119 r;J ~ Thank you for your help, Agenda Item No, 9F October 9. 2007 Page 8 of 12 MEMORANDUM DATE; August 20, 2007 TO: Colleen Greene, Assistant coun3Jo~eY Sue Filson, Executive Manager . Board of County Commissioner FROM: RE: Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee, A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Luis Alejandro Bernal 4220 Hampton Lane Naples, FL 34119 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment of the advisory committee within the 41 day time-frame, and I will prepare an executive summary for the Board's consideration. Please include in your return memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of expertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter, SF Attachments . . . Ag9flda Item No. 9F October 9, 2007 Page 9 of 12 ADVISORY BOARD APPLlCA nON Board Applied for: Collier County Hispanic Affair Advisory Board Date: August 14, 2007 Applicant's Name: Luis Alejandro Bernal Home Address: 4220 Hampton LN, Naples FL, 34119 Home Phone: 239.254,8558 Office Phone; 239.449.8090 Email Address:r.-.Ir;;.fnJnlr;;.n::mlr..wlr;;.~rnmorl!lIt;.fmllllc;;nPrn~lrnn.~wltlnn rom Place of Employment: Global Professional Services Inc, How long have you lived in Collier County: Since February 2005 Have you been convicted of any offense against the law? No Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Category: Do you currently hold public office? Do you now serve, or have you ever served on a Collier County board or committee: Yes Just a Citizen No No Luis A. Bernal; Personal and Professional Background Key Professional Qualifications With two university-level majors: one in Business Management and the other in Law and Political Sciences, Bernal has an extensive international career as researcher, evaluator, economic development consultant, public policy analyst and writer for business in such countries as Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile; as well as experiences In Mexico, Argentina and the Dominican Republic. A Collier County resident for over two years, Bernal has been asked to bring his international and Hispanic baCkground to various ways of community Involvement around the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce such a leading the Council for Hispanic Business Professionals -CHBP- and the Council for International Visitors in Collier County -CIVIC- as well as taking part of the Leadership Institute: Executive Management Program, Class 2007. The Chamber has recognized him for "Outstanding Service on Hispanic Endeavors 2007", He also has volunteered with his abilities for communication In Spanish language as a contributing writer for "Vista Semanal" a weekly newspaper owned by the Naples Oaily News and O'Latinos Magazine a Media Vista Publication. He also has been frequent guest at O'Latinos TV Show. His professional interests comprise such topics as public policies, public-private partnerships, economic, regional and community development, entrepreneurship, small business, information and communication technologies and international analysis. His capabilities Include; . Public Policy Analysis . Stakeholder Analysis . Community Needs Assessment . Organizational Perfonnance Measurement . Research Reporting . Translation English-Spanish-English . Web Content Writing . Press Releases Page 11 ..,J ~ . Agenda Item No. 9F October 9. 2007 Page 10 of 12 . Grant Research, Writing & Evaluation . Project Management . Writing business columns for newspapers and magazines. Bernal is a Colombian-born, US Citizen, fluent in English and Spanish (native), and able to read some Portuguese and Italian, Education: Hispanic Marketing Communication Program, Florida state University, Tallahassee, 2007 Executive Management Leadership Program. Hodges University, Naples 2007 Advanced Project Management Certificate, Florida International University, Miami, 2005 International Program for Development Evaluation Training, Ottawa, 2003 BA in Business Administration, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Bogota, 1985 Advanced Law Studies, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Bogota, 1985 Certifications: Project Management Professional PMP@ Certified by the Project Management Institute PMI@. Principal/Consulting Director, Global Professional Services Inc, USA, Naples-FL 2oo1-to present . As an independent professional conducted mid-term, meta-evaluations and impact evaluations for projects funded by USAlD, IADB, ILO and UNDP, with budgets totaling around $20 million and around 10,000 beneficiaries. Technical areas for those projects were rural development, ISO 9000/14000 and HACCP standards, e-commerce, workforce training and consulting delivery for business, Evaluations have included techniques such as mind-mapping, stakeholder Analysis, Expert Judgment, Focus- groups, Metaplan, interviews, survey and site observation, Enterprise Development Manager, Economic Development Council of Collier County. Naples FL 2006 . Provided assistance to business in key economic sectors, survey companies' performance and identified their needs, opportunities for business expansion within the area, promoted economic incentives to business looking to expand, counseled small business, business advocacy, and act as liaison to other regional economic development institutions regionally and at state level, Policy Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, Colombia 1997-1999 . Oversaw the research and development of policies for housing, manufacturing, commerce and tourism industries. Managed the operational and administrative activities of the Monitoring Office and publiShed its newsletters and magazines, Contracted and monitored external evaluations of government-funded Business Development Services Projects. In charge of projects for developing information systems related to prices, patents and production by the pharmaceutical industry. Independent Consultant, Colombia 1993-1997 . Main M&E experience as independent consultant was being the Latin-American consultant for the evaluation of a FUNDES International funded, ten-year, $30 million, multi-country financing and guarantee program, Page 12 . . . .L\oenda Item f'Jo 9F ~ October 9. 2007 Page11 of 12 National Vice President, Colombian Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (Acopi), Bogota-Colombia, 1991-1992 . Oversaw research and development activities for small- and medium-sized Colombian businesses. Lobbied before Congress and Government Agencies on public policies. Provided legal counseling, Liaised with universities and the technical and scientific community. Executive Director, Center for Socio-Economic Research (CINSET), Bogota-Colombia 1989.1991 · Co-founder and General Secretary for more than seven years, Center's Director in charge of all administrative, finance and fundraising activities, as well as those related to provide research, technical assistance and training services. Assistant to the President (Acopi), Bogota-Colombia. 1985-1989 . Assisted the President with his agenda, including lobbying, speechwriting and studies on public poliCies related to small and medium businesses, In charge of legal affairs for the Association and its affiliates, Duties included institutional development, fundraislng, writing proposals for new projects and relations with the press, Consulting & Research Experience: A summary of research, evaluation and consulting experiences is presented as follows: 1, Mentorship Model for the Development ofVoung Entrepreneurs. Mid-tenn Project Evaluation, lOB, Colombia, 2007 2, Public Management through e-govemment Best Practices, Multi-Country Mid. T enn Project Evaluation: lOB, 2007 3, Gender Country Assessment. Project GATE, dT5-USAID, Peru, 2006 4, Impact Evaluation: Program of Quality and Environmental Management and Certification under ISO 9000 and 14000 Standards, IADB, Icontec, Colombia, 2004, 5. Middle- Tenn Evaluation: Program of Enterprise Perfonnance Improvement through Information and Communication Technologies, ICT's, IADB, Confecamaras, Colombia, 2004. 6, Impact Evaluation: Standards Skills-Based Training and Certification Program for the Paper Industry in Colombia, IADB, Cenpapel, Colombia, 2003, 7, Second Middle- Tenn Evaluation: Program of Consulting and Technical Training for Micro- enterprises, IADB, Actuar, Colombia, 2002. 8, Middle- Tenn Evaluation: Standards Skills-Based Training and Certification Program for the Paper Industry in Colombia, IADB, Cenpapel, Colombia, 2001, 9, First Middle- Tenn Evaluation: Program of Consulting and Technical Training for Micro- enterprises, IADB, Actuar, Colombia, 2001. 10, Ex-Post Evaluation: Program of Cooperative Enterprise Rural Development, ILO, Labor Ministry, Colombia, 2001, 11. Impact Evaluation: Program of Enterprise Development Centres, IADB, Confecamaras, Colombia 2001. 12. Women, Micro-enterprise and Financing in Colombia: A country assessment on Gender Public Policies. World Women Banking Affiliates, Colombia, 1999, 13, Impact and Perfonnance Evaluation: Guarantee Program for Small and Medium Enterprises in Latin America, FUNDES, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Bolivia and Chile, 1996, 14. A Proposal for a New Industrial Policy in Colombia. Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, National University of Colombia, 1998. Page I 3 .j ... . Agenda Item No, 9F October 9. 2007 Page 12 of 12 15, SME's as a part of an Industrial Policy. Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, Colombia, 1998, 16, SME's Access to Financial Markets, IADB, Baninver, Colombia, 1994, 17, Handbook for SME's Creation and Operation, Cinset, Bogota, 1989, 18, Guidelines for an Environmental Policy for Small and Medium Enterprises, Cinset, Colombia, 1997. 19, Law Bill for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development. Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, Colombia, 1998. 20, Legal Rationality and Small Enterprise in Colombia, Fundes, Colombia, 1992, 21. Colombia, Small Businesses and Economic Environment, Fundes, Cinset, Colombia, 1991, Selected Publications: . Business Columns for "Vista Semanal" (weekly periodical owned by the Naples Daily News) and D'Latinos Magazine, . Impact of the Colombian Enterprise Development Centers Program, Inter-American Development Bank and Chambers of Commerce Colombian Confederation, (Bogota, 2001). . A Proposal for a New Industrial Development Policy, National University of Colombia and Colombia's Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, (Bogota, 1998). . Guidelines for a Technological Policy towards Small and Medium Enterprise in Colombia, Report posted on the web at: www.lanic.utexas,edu/pymelesplpublicaciones1bibliotecalpdflbernal.pdf, (Bogota,1999). . Legal Rationality and Small Business in Colombia, FUNDES, (Bogota, 1992). . Framework Conditions to Small Business Development, FUNDES, (Bogota,l990). PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: PM/. Project Management Institute AEA, American Evaluation Association IDEAS. Intematlonal Development Evaluation Association Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce CIVIC Council for International Visitors in Collier County CHBP Council of Hispanic Business Professionals REFERENCES Mike Reagen, President Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Mayela Rosales. Vice-President Media Vista Inc. Page 14 Agenda Item No.1 OA October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 12 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners continue to uphold the prohibition relative to the severance of Transfer of Development Right (TOR) credits from illegal nonconforming lots or parcels (properties of rccord that were established after October 14, 1974) within the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District (RFMUD) Sending Land OBJECTIVE: That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) continues to uphold the aforementioned prohibition in relation to the severance of TDR credits from illegal non-confomling lots or parcels (properties of record that were cstablished after Octobcr 14, 1974) that are located within the RFMUD's Sending Land, CONSlDERA TIONS: On September I 1,2007 during the BCC regular meeting, under Public Petition, Item 6F, Mr. Jim Schulze petitioned the Board to direct stalT to amend the Land Development Code (LOC) to allow for smaller than five acre lots to be eligible for TOR credits specifically any lot created after the established date of October 14, 1974, Additionally, Mr Schulze expressed to the Board that there was nothing in the code that codified the October 14, 1974 date as the date of record for lots to be deemed legally nonconfomling, In March of 2006, the respective TDR partIcIpant submittcd three separate severance applications to the Comprehcnsive Planning Depmiment (AR-9489, AR-9490, & AR-9487). Each application represented one property - two of the properties were 2.5 acres and one 0,34 acres. Pursuant to the RFMUD TDR program eligibility cl;tcria defined in the LDC, the subject properties could only be eligible for sevcrance if they were legal nonconforming lots or parcels that were in existence as of June 22, 1999 (date of the "Final Order"), The propeliics associated with AR-9489 and AR-9490 were determined to be legal nonconforming and processed accordingly (i,e., the scverance instrument was recorded in the public rccord and the TDR base and early entry credits were issucd to Mr. Jim Schulze), The 0.34 acre property connected to AR- 9487 - folio number 437240006 - was determined to be an illegal lot which ultimately resulted in staff dcnying the severance of any TDRs, The impetus behind the creation of this issue sterns from Land Development Code (LDC) section 2.03,07 D.4.c.i.a), which states the following: "TDR credits generated from RFMU Sending Land at a rate of 1 TDR credit pcr 5 acres of RFMU Sending Land or, fill' those legal nonconforming lots or parcels of less than 5 acres that were in existence as of June 22, 1999, at a rate of I TDR credit per legal nonconforming lot or parcel." Ag"nda Ite'TI 1'10. 10A Octob8r 9. 2007 Page ::201 12 A Background on October ]4, ]974 and Legal Nonconforming Lots or Parcels: Unincorporated Collier County was previously divided into two separate planning districts, the Coastal Area Planning District and the lmmokalee Area Planning District (each with their own zoning code and planning commission). The October 14, 1974 date rcpresents when a prior zoning code was adopted that established the minimum parcel size of five (5) acres for the agricultural zoning district within the Coastal Area Planning District. The Immokalee Area Planning District became subject to same size requirements on January 5, 1982 with the consolidation of the two respective zoning codes into a unified unincorporated County zoning code (pursuant to Ordinance 82-2). The previously referenced former TDR participant and current Sending Land owner's subject propeJiies exist within the North Belle Meade Overlay (NBMO) which is within the abovcmentioned Coastal Area Planning District. The LDC regulates and describes a legal lot of record within the definition section of the Code by providing a definition of what officially qualifies as a legal lot of record. The "lot ofrecord" definition reads as follows: "Lot of record: A lot of record is (I) a lot which is part of a subdivision recorded in the public records of Collier County, Florida; or (2) a lot, parcel, or the least fractional unit of land or water under common ownership which has limited fixed boundaries, described by metes and bounds or other specific legal description, the description of which has been so recorded in the public records of Collier County, Florida, on or before the effective date of this LDC; or (3) a lot, parcel, or the least fractional unit of land or water under common ownership which has limited fixed boundaries. for which an agreement for deed was executed prior to October 14,1974, if within the Coastal Area Planning District, and January 5, 1982, ifprcscntly within the Immokalee Area Planning District Plior to May I, 1979." Rationale for Prohibiting TDR Sel'erance on Illegal Lots or Parcels: Given that an illegal lot or parcel (of less than 5 acres) was created after the underlying agricultural zoning district standards of I dwelling unit per five (5) acres were already in place, such propeJiies are not developable per the LDC; as such, these parcels do not contain the development lights which were contemplatcd as part of the development of the TDR process, Therefore, these rights, because thcy do not exist, may not be severed and sold to owners of eligible receiving site as compensation for the inability of a sending land propeJiy owner to develop their propeliy, The Disconnect Associated with the Creation of Tllegal Lots or Parcels: The disconnect associated with the creation of illegal lots or parcels stems from the constitutional separation of two different County govemment agencies, The Property Appraiser's Office does not verify zoning or LDC regulations previous to issuing two or more folio numbers to a property at the request of the owner. The Propeliy Appraiser's Office allows property owners to Agenda item hlo. 10A October 9, 2007 Page '30f 12 split property for the purposes of issuing a new folio number for each parcel notwithstanding that the property may not meet minimum area requirements per LDC standards, Consequences of Allowing Illegal Lots or Parcels the Ability to Sever TDR credit: The inclusion of illegal lots or parcels into the RFMUD's TDR program would be programmatically counterproductive for several reasons, There is an estimated 150 less than five (5) acre Sending Land parcels that may be illegal lots or parcels, If these propeliies were to sever TDR credits, eacb property would be processed as a five (5) acre parcel which would theoretically create an additional 750 acres of scverable Sending Land, As such, the potential TDR yield of 750 acres could gcnerate 600 credits (redeemahle density that should not exist per the existing development and zoning standards), This additional density could very easily flood the TDR market and drive down the price of a credit. Further, since the RFMUD TDR program has developed differently than most TDR programs, inclusion of illegal nonconforming lots or parcels could disincentivize private property owner participation if these illegal lots are stripped of dcvelopment rights and the requisite number of credits is garnered by intcrested dcvelopers, Sending Land owners may opt to develop estate-sized home sites in lieu of attempting to sevcr TDR credits that arcn't marketable based on the flood of credits linked to the theoretical severance of illegal propeliies, The inclusion of illegal lots or parcels into the TDR program would create a gross inequity with respect to all other agriculturally zoned illegal lots existing outside of the RFMUD, If illegal Sending Land properties were granted the ability to sevcr development rights, other illegal lot or parcel owners (outsidc of the RFMUD) could argue for thc right to develop based solely upon the fact that illegal Sending properties of record are being granted severable development rights, FISCAL IMPACT: There is no quantifiablc fiscal impact associated with this issue, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Inclusion of illegal lots or parcels into the RFMUD's TDR program is inconsistent with the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) of the Growth Management Plan (GMP). The primary purpose of the RFMUD's TDR process is to establish an equitable method of protecting and conserving the most valuable environmental lands while allowing propeliy owners to recoup presumed lost value and development potential through an economically viable process of transferring development rights to more suitable lands, Inclusion of illegal lots or parcels into the RFMUD TDR program is inequitable (with respect to allowable development potential per LDC regulations) and would directly affect the economic viability of the TDR market in conjunction with potentially stifling propcliy owner participation. Agenda Item 1'>10. 101\ October 9. 2007 Page "4of 12 LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney Office has reviewed this Executive Summary and concurs with staff. - JAK RECOMMENDATION: The staff recommendation is two-fold. For the reasons stated above, staff recommends that the Board of County Commissioners continue to uphold the aforesaid prohibition relative to the severance of TDR from illegal lots or parcels within the RFMUD's Sending Land, Staff also recommends that the Board provide direction to the County Manager to direct staff to initiate intra-governmental coordination with the Property Appraiser's Office in relation to remedying the disconnect as it relates to the creation of illegal noncon[ornling lots or parcels. PREPARED BY: Joe Thompson, Planner, Comprehensive Planning Department Aaenda Item No. lOA ~ October 9. 2007 Page 5 of 12 .. AGREEMEIfT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS This Agreement is made and enterod into this 7th day of June, 2006 by and between James Scnulze (ooIediveIy "Selle(') and George D. Thomson, Trustee, \O/hose address is 9990 Coconut Road, Suite 200, B:lnila Springs, Florida rpurchaser"). RECITALS WrlEREAS, Seller currently holds two transfer of de\lelopment rignt credits ("TDR CR!ditsj, zero of which are base TOR Credits and two of which are bonus TOR Crodits, pursuant to amendments to the Fulure Land Use Element of the CoIieI" County Grcwth Management Plan ("FLUE Amendments"). WHEREAS, Purcllaser desires to purchase and Seller desires to seD all four TOR Credts pursuant to the Transfer of Development Ri9hts process pn:Msions of the FLUE Ames odl,.e"ts, NOW THEREFORE, for Ten ($10..00) Dollars and other good and valuable consideration n hand paid by Pun:haser to S!lIler, the receipt and sufficien::y of whi::h are hereby a::itnowI!!ldged between the parties, and CI further con&t:lt:.dtb. oflhe covenan!s and plOll'l:! herein contained, the parties agree as blows: 1. Recitals. The recitals are true and CDrre::t and are incorpor'ated herein by reference. J 2. Seller's Recrese.l!.tli..ns. Seller warrants and repi as :n1s to ?urchaser that (i) they have full power and ~ to enter into and jl6. fu.m this Agreement, al related instruments and OOcumen!alion oontempla!l!ld hemby, (ii) CoIJierColmly TOR Cre:iI c...1ifude Nos. 0017E & 0016E of Trallsferable Development Rights Credits (copies aIlached) are true and cooect and are valkly issued and (iii) Seller has conveyed that ceclain Conservation Easement to Colier CoImIy, Florida recortled in Official Records BooIc 4027 Pages 2231 and 2239 of the PuIlIic Records of Co5ef' County, Florida (copy allaChed) in compliance with the TOR process and no modfficaion has been made to same. Ea::h and eveTf one of the foregoing repres:_ lldlivns and wananties is true and correct and will be true and corre::t as of the Closing Date. The . e?' esentations and warranties Qi\l6t1 by Seller shall sUlViYe closing. 3. Purchaser's Reor~~: ,taboo. Pu~ represents thai: it has tuB authority 10 enIer intn and perform this Agreement and all relaied instruments and docum",.tdli... , contemplated hereby. 4. Purchase Price: The rotal Purchase Price 10 be paid to SeIer by Ptrchaser for both TOR C~.s is fifty tlloI.lsand DeEars ($50,000.00). The entire Purchase Price shalf be deposited with Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A. rEscrow ~entj by wire transfer the day following its receipt of written nollficalioh from Seller of the .Submissbn", as cIemed below. The Purchase Price shall be paid to Seier by trust account cheel< or wire. ~iIl~ing anything herein to the conIrary, in no a-ent shall the Purchase Price be dSbursed to Seiter before the Escrow Agsnt is in receipt of the "New Ce:tfficates", as d...<ofined In Pacagraph 8 below. 5. Insoection Period. Purchaser shall have thirty (30) days from the Effective Date in which to o"temJine the suiabiity of the TORs for Purchaser's in1Bnded purpose. If the TORs are determined to be t.r'ISlila!lle, .. Purchase(s sole discretion, then Purchaser may aminate this Agreement by giving writ'.en notice to Seller of sur:l1lerminalion on or before thirty (30) clays after the Effeclive Date, upon which the partes herntn sllaB be relieved of all furlher obIigatbns hereunOer. 5. T-ansfec Apoii::ation oi TO=< Credits, Provided Purchaser has not lerrninated this Agreement jurin>; U.,e hspection Period, then within twc (2) business clays of the expiration of the Inspecti:ln Period, S!::ll", shall sub""t t) Joe Thompson. Piaoning Technician, of the Collier County Comprehensive Planning De;:a:t;r.ent ["Planning Deparlme"f') a ::ompleled original, fully executed Transfer of Ownership ,:"pplicalbn ffiR Credits (COpY arta:;hed) together Voilh an elC!!Cu!ed copy of tI1is Agreement and original Ccrti:cate Nos. :)016E & 0017E ("Submission"). At . . . Agenda Item t-Jo. lOA October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 12 7. Ciosina Dale. The closing of the sale and transfer of the TOR Credits shall occur within two (2) business days following the dale the Planning Department has issued in favor of Purdlaser a new Collier County TOR Credil Certificale(s) ("New Certifi, . (s)j, representing two booos IDR Credits, but in no event laler than thJr1y-fiIIe (35) days subsequent to the expiration of the Inspecti:ln Period, otherwise Purchaser may terminate this Agreement and receive a retum of all monies paid hefaunder. 8. Closino DocumenlBlion and Deliverv: Seller sI1aIl clerlVel'to Es::ra.v Agent the original New Certilicale(s) representing the two IDR Credits purchased by Purchaser hereunder no Ialer than the Closing Date. Upon Escrow Agenrs IeC8ipt of such original New CertJi::ale(s), provided same are tnJe and correct, then Escrow Agent shall disburse the Purchase Pri:::e to Seller on the same day of delivery or the next available business day. 9. Cost and Closino Procedure: The closing shall ocar at the offi::es of Henderson, F~, Starnes and Holt, PA, which are located at 9990 Cocor1l.t Road, Bonila Sp<ings, Rorida 34135. Seller shall pay the a:>sI of obl3ining the New Cer'.ai...llo(s) from CoIIierCounty ~.~rrting the TOR Credits 10. Seler's DefalL For any Seller clelault or breach hereunder. Pu,c1 J sor may seek. speciIi:: perfo,manoe of Sefle~s obIigati:ms herelmder. 11. Purcha..o;er's Default For any Purchaser default, Seller may seek spe::iIic performance of Pur.:;,~ss or's obti!f3liDns hereunder, 12.. FUI1her Assuran::es.. In addition to the obligations required to be performed hereunder by Seller and Purchaser at Clomg, Seller and Purchaser shaJ perform such other acts, and exearte, acknowledge and deliller subsequent to Cbsing such o1her iftslrumenls, documents, and ather materials as the other may reasonably request in order 10 efte::luate the c:onsumna!ion of the ti ~ ~ IS contemplatecl he1ein and Ie vest li!le of the TOR CreQi!s to Purchaser. 13. Assianabi1itv. Pur.::hase< shall have the absolute right and auIhority to assign this Agreerna..nt and all of its rig!lI:s h!!reurder to any person, firm, corporatioo or other entlty and such assgnees shall be enWed 10 all of the rghls and P<M",rs of Purchasei' hereun:ler. U;>an any such assgnmem, sxtJ assignee shall '" o:-=e-O to all of 1I1e rights and obligallons of tl1e assign:>r hereof and shall. for all puI'IXlSeS, here::rf, be sutsituted as and be c:Ieem9d PurcMser provided !hat the assignor shall remain primarily liable for the ot>Iigati:x1S heretm:i!!r n:>tlilIiths".an:ing anything to the cont'al}' h9rein or elsewhere contained. . 4. Altomevs' Fees an:l Costs. In the E!\'eI1l of any liligalj:ln between the parties arisin;; out of this Agreement, the prevaiing pa/1}' sheR be S!1Iltled Ie recover al costs incun-ed, including with:>ut limilation reasonable atlDmeys' and pa:alegais' lees and c:osts, whether such fees and costs are incun-ed at trial, on appeal or in any bankruptcy p. v..=edirlgs. 15. Brckeraoe Commissions. Ea:::h Party represents 10 the other that ~o brokers have been involved in this transaction. II is agreed that each su::h party to this Agreement whose a::lions or alleged actions or com" ""I.., ,t:. form the basis of any su::h c/aim agrees Ie indemnify and hold harmless the aner party 10 this Agreem!!nl from and againsl any and all su::h claims or demands with respect to any broke~e fees or ~nts' commiSSions or other co" ~1\S6lion asserred by any person, fom, or corporation in conne::lioo wittlthis Agreement or the transaclbn conternplaled hereby. 15. Noti=. All notices which are required or permilled hereunder must be in writing and shaJj be deemed to have been given, delivered or made, as the case may be, upon actual receipt thereof by the ad:lressee 1II4'1en delivered by (Q personal delively or (ii) United States mai~ c:ertilEd or registerad. re1um re::eipl requested, sufficient postage affixed and prepaid, or (ii) OIIefTlight courier service (such as by way of example but not fimitation. U.S. Express Mail, Federal Express or OHL), or (iv) by Facsimile t-ansmiSSion with coClfim1afun and addressed 10 the party to wll:lm notice is intencted to be gillen at the address set forth !leI""" , Agenda item I\Jo. 10A October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 12 W Purchaser: George 0, Thomson, Trustee 9990 Coconut Road, Suite 101 Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Copy to: Sharon M. ZlJccaro, Esq. Henderson, Frankfin. Starnes & Holt, P A 9990 Coconut Road, Suite 101 Bona Springs, FL 34135 ) Seller: James Schulze 655 93'" Ave N Naples, FL 34108 Es::row Agent Sharon M. Zuccaro, Esq. Henderson, Frankin, Starnes & Holt, P A 9990 Coconut Road, Suite 101 Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Ant party may change the cddress to which its notices are sent by giving the other party live (5) days prior wrilIen nolioe of any such change in the manner providecl in !his Section, but nonoe of change of a::ldress is effective only upon receipl 17. Entire Aareemenl Moclificatioo. This Agreement embocfleS and constl:lEs the enUre IJlderstandClg beMroen the parties with respect to the transaction contemplaled hemin. All p;ior or '-""11b1.,.<l1llrlelOUS agreements, UlllIer&lalldi..gs, rep~~.s. and s1atsnlel1ls, oral orwritlen, are merged into !tis Agree:rent. NeilherlhlsAQleeute:iltnorany provision hereof may bewailled, modified, amended, dis.ch;;rged or 1em1r.ated exx:epl by an instrument in 'Miling signed by the party against which the enfo<cement of such waiver, l'l'lOdilicati:. amendment, cischarge or l:ern1ina-tion is sought and then ClClly 10 the extent set forth in such instrument 18. ~hi" Law. This Agreement shaI be governed by, and construed in aooordance with the laws of the Slate of Fbnda 19. Bnino Affect. This Agreement shall be binding u;x>n and shall inure to the benefit of the partes hereto and Iheir successors .....d assgns. 20. CaU,.leI.... t./Fa:::simi!e. This Agreement may be exe.,-ulBd in several counterparts, each consliluling a c\upli::ale original but <II such alIJl'llerparts constituting one and the same Agreement A fa::simile copy of this Agre!!ll'lent an:! any silJllllures hereon shall be consi:l!!red ior aU purposes as origirla!s. 21. Interoretation. Whenever the contexI hereof sr,all so require, the ;;:ngular shalllndude tre plucal, the male gender wi in::Iude the female gender and the ne<Jler and vice versa. This a:Jre"ment 2nd any unrelated Instruments sha. not be consInJed more sL-ic:ly against :Y.le party than a;jainst the other by virtue of the facI; tr.at inilial drafts were n-.a:le and prepared by counse' for one of me parties, it being reeogni:zed lhatthis Agreement and any related Instruments are the produ:::l of excens;ve negctiations between the parties hereto and !hat boIl1 parties hereto have contrib\.1e<Jscbstantially a1:l mate~al;y 10 the mal preparation of this Agreement and all related instrJments. 22. SeYerabiitv. In case anyone or more of the provisions c:on:ained in this Agreement shaY for any reason be held 10 be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, such invalidly, iftegality or unerrforceability SlIaII not affect arry olt1er provisiol1 hereof and this Agreemenl shaH be construecl as if such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision had never been conlai:ted herein. .... . . . ,6.o8nGa item NO.1 OA ~ October 9. 2007 Page 8 of 12 23. Effective Date. The Effe=tive Date of this Agreement is the last date upon which the SeHer and Purchaser sign this Agreement 24. Ti""" of !he Essence. Time is of the essence of this Agreement. Should any period of time specified herein end on a SaIurday, Sun:lay or legal holiday, the pgriod rA lime shall automatically be extended to 5:00 P.M. of the next fuff business day. 25. No Waiver, Neither the failure of either party l::I exercise any power given such party hereunder or to irlsist upon slI1ct compllal'D! by the other party \IIIIl1 its obIlgations hereunder, nor by custom or pracli:;e of the parties a1 variance with the terms hereof shalf constitute a waiver of eilter party's righ1 to demand exact compian::e wi!h the 1ernts hereof. 26. Time Period ExIansions. In the event eilher party wishes to e>:Ien:l any given time period under this Agreement, then boIh parties agree to pennit and authorize ll1eir respective all!:lmeys to en1er in10 such extension whi::h shall be binding upon Purcllaser and Seller. Z7. Venue. Ventre for lhis transa::ti::ln wi" be dSOOled to be Collier County, Florida 28. Recordina. NeiIIler Seller not Purd1aser may record this A!Feement in the public re:::ordS of CoIDer County, Flori:la. 29. HeadinGS. Descriptive hea:lings are fur oonvenien::e oo!y and shaI not oontroI or affect the meaning or constru::I:ion or llII'1y provisbn of this A;;p.e.1 "" It 30. Escrow. (a) It is agreed !hat the duties of Es::row Agent, whose address is 9a9O Coconut Road, Sui!e t 01, Bema Springs, Florida 34135 are purely ministerial in nlllUre, and Ihat Esaow Agent shaH in::ur no liability wha1!lvar except for wilful miso:>nduct or gross negligence so long as Escrow Agent lias acted in goo::l faith. Seller and Pur::haser release Escrow Agent from any a::t cbne or amitied by Es::row Agent in good failh in the perfunnan::a of Escrow Agenfs dulies hereunder. (b) Es::row Agent sI& be undern:l ~~~lityin respect Co any of the rno>:li':sdep:lsitad VIith it otter than faithfully b follow the i:1strudi011s herein conlained. Escmw Agent may a::lvise with counsel and shan re filly ~ il'I any adbns taken in gOOd faih, in a=rdoo:::e with S'.Ich a:M::e. Es:;row Agen! shall not be rl!Qui'ed b defend any legal P;~<:15, which mey be i:lsttuted a;ai:Ist 1l1e es::rt:M' instru::Iio."lS unless recp.lSied Eo 00 so by Seller am! Purt:l12Se1' a1d incb,..lSd 10 the salisr....a.<1 of Escrow Agent against \he cost and expense of suc.~ cIefense. Es::row A:JSnt shaU not be rl!QuFed to inSlWte bgal proces:iilgs of a:ry l:ird Escrow A;lent s.'1a1l nave rKl responsibllity for the genuineness or \-ali:lity o€ any d=1ment or other illlm deposited with Es:::row Agent, aI1d shall be fully prole::led i:1 a:::ting in =:ordanoe Il'lth any wrnten insbu:::ti:lns given 10 Es::row Agent herel\JOO9r 80..0 beJieooed by Es::tJ\oV Agent l::I ha\ie been signed by the proper paiies, (c) E$:row Agent assumes no liatlility l1I1:lar this Agreerrent except 1haI of a Stal:ehoIder. If there is ;ny Oispute as to lIIhe1t>er Escrow Agent is obligated to deliYer the es...-cw mooies, 01' as to whom that sum is to be delivsred. Escrow Agent shall not be ObIigaled to maKe any delive:y of the sum, but in such even! may hold the 5'Jm unlil receipt by Escrow Agent of any auth-",~ in writing signed by at the persons haYing an interest in such dis;lute, dire::ting lITe disposition of the sum, or in !toe absence of such delerminalion r:Ii the ri;lhIs of the parties in an appropriate proceeding. If such wriIlen auth:>rizaIion is not given. or proceedings for su::h dslerrT1inati:l are net begun and d~i;Jen1Iy con~ued, Es::row Agent mey, but is no! reqWed b, bring an 3ppro;>riata a::tion or proceeding to cI9Iiver!he Deposit b the registry of a court of oompe1entjurisdictbn pe:1:iing such delermination, Upon ma~ delivery of the monies in !he rr.anner provided for in !h.;'; ".greement, Escrow Agent shall hava no further tiability in this matisr. (d) In the event a dispute arises between SeIer and Pur::ltaser sufficient in the tliscre:ion of Escrow Agent to ju:;tify its doing so, Es..-row Agent shal be enti!Ied 10 tender ~ the regislry or CUS1O:ly of any court of competent jurisddion, aI m::>ney or l.a:1d in l!s posse~, under this Agreemen~ and shall1hereupon be discha<ged from all furtller d LIlies and Eabilities under this Agreement as Escrow Agent Purchaser and , w Agenda Item No, 10A October 9, 2007 Page 9 of 12 Seller hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Escrow Agent from an costs and expenses, including without limitation attorneys' fees as defined in Pacagrallh 14 above, incurred by Escrow Agent in connection with any legal action taken by Escrow Agent, in such capacity, hereunder. 31, Miscellaneous: This Agreement shall not be construed to be a contract for the purchase and sale of raal property. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have set our hands and seals the dale above first staled, First Witness ., ~L :.! I' /'; . " Second WIness FII'St Witness _ D. Thomson. Trustee ') Second Witness 1 ,b,oenda Item NO.1 OA - October 9. 2007 Page100f12 . Certificate :-10. OOl6E AR No. 9489 Date Issued: ~"Der: j am~ Schulze COLLIER COUNTY TOR CREDIT CERTIFICATE This Transfer of Development Rights (IDR) Credit Certificate is issued pursuant to Section 2.03.07 of the Comer Counry Land Development Code and !.he PutUre Land Use Element of the Collier Cocnty Growth Mana~t Plan_ This do:ument O!:It..ifies that residential de\idopm:::Dl rights have been severed from that prop=..-ry within a S:nding Area of the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District that is subject to the TOR Conservation Easement recorded in the official records of Collier County. Florida OR: ~ PG: 2231. resuLting in Q IDR Base Credit(s), and! TDR Bonus Credits. on this certifi=.atc.. (Both '= of =ts are referred 10 as TDR Credits. klow), Ea::h of th-..se! TDR Credits(s) may he coovcyed or may be utilized as provided for in Sections 2.03.07 and 2.03.08 of the Collier County Land DevclopJ1'C1t Code. individually. as a group. or in combination with TOR Credits c::rtified tl1rough other TDR Credit C--rtificat= This TDR Credit Certificate may certify a maximum of flfty (SO) '!DR c.~..ditJ;. These TOR Credits are hereby assign-...d the foUow;ng uumb= for pwpose of identification and trad:.ing: 00 160LlOOE i ..*_..-.......... .."..."'..*."'.""'''.. ,................""""..............."'" ......"**"*.,,...*..~.. i >00."'...........*_...... ".................It*"* "'*"''''.'''''''''...'''....'''. ..~..*......***.*.. i ....""...."..*......,.... , ._*"'..,,"''''...--*.'''. i *..:I:..*"'.****If<*.~* ......"'........*** I '~.;.."',....".*.n".*.*. I ...~*..*~*~.**.*.~ *n..**..~..*...... . ~*~.*...*..~Y..*~~4~* *.~..~~.~"'~~~~.~*. ~"'**..~*as~***.~. ___I-. 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NotJ::e: This TDR Certific--...1e has no intrinsic vatu: a,d is 03t 2. negotiable instnHn""-nt by the b:arer. :u is: a not2IJ.on ofTDR(s) re::orded and tra:::kW i.n theTDR Registry database of CollierCounry. ,/;/ ,-:/ 1/ ,? i!U?-,L~--:- --;:c--- 5-1- O~_ D; _:c:z. '__:--:;.i~::::!I(::!~r""'.: :':;:r::--.:~g Lkr;tr:n,C;l! D:!!~ S'..a:te of Fionda.ll lit' Countyot _t:o u_"._ The fore~oing Ilstrument was acknowledged before me 1his ~ y~ Is;' Day day of 71r"t- ""'''' By Jf~_1~~f.:/? who is personally known to me (ar ..~ I,~... h.'-.." . i /~~:;;:... . .v.i.;,C~:i KE-.....~ , l_~~..\ro~'..p,;::;,~ ~1-::1o:'~:1C;-rl~ ~;r ~:;.~.:...-v-).~=,~~-l.z::n:; \.~~4.., ::(J~-:-ln.=n" OC~3.:P:l ~~,::.:::..'"'" ~~~t~,!wr~ t';o:arj ?L:;:;~::: 3::.3 _0 ~'1 ;~~~n:-l;:;m;;:.n /1~~__;f,--&dJJ- :;._,;,:~~,~r.,:":;._,.;.,,,:~:.:..J {TOR Credit Suffix Legad: E~ st\-'cn.rre, E::oe.ariJ entry. oontl5. R~:-atio.. u;d Imlmtenarre boaus, C~D"~lI.3Ile~ boJloUS] FORM TOlD 3/1if.!.00& , AGenda Item I~o, 10A ~ October 9, 2007 Page 11 of 12 . Certificate No. (J() 17E AR No. 9490 Date Issued: _ Owner: James Schulze COLLIER COUNTY TDR CREDIT CERTIFICATE This Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Credit Certificate is issu::d pursuant to Section 2,03,07 of the Collier County Land Devclopmror Code and the Future LaOO Use El::ment of tbe Collier COUDlY Growth Management Plan. Thi5 document certifies that residential devclopment rights have lr-en seve-red from that propeny within a Sending Area of the Rural f:inge Mixed Use District that is subject to the TDR Conservation Easement =Ided in the offtcial records of Collier County. fJorida 02: ~, PG: 223'/, resulting in Q IDR Base Cre<li1(S). aod! TDR Bonus Credits on this certificate. (Both !)'pes of "",dits are rrlerred lo as IDR Cre<lits, below) Each of these 1 TDR Credils(s) may be com-cyed or may be utilized as prtn'ided for i.o. 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It is~n ~~m"Ws) recorded and traCk.ed in the IDR Registry database of CoUier County. ~ I 1'1 U .~ ~ ---J- ,L/- . .5::1, uL_ U:.rc:,Of, C::n:npn::.h~ns.ive: Planning Department ::);}:~ ~'::Orida (1... /l,,-~_ _ The- foregoing instrument was a::k.nowiedged betore me this ~!lI.- Y\5af /'"' B'I__Jfa..d!.J_rollf!.n_____ __ who is personal!yk'lOV'JT1"\o me (-~"";..~ ~~ 'iar:JRt:!po;:~;~-n'J'l'.1I1~g Is;' [)ay day of ~/P!t4{' ,.~c" PrG.~.:-_-~--....-i~*a;,:m-,------ /:;."~~;::." i.'.Ni='V,.1( KENCAtl. {~",}~;o."P'...ok;"Sln"'O!Horid:l ~.:itJ;J':J:~~~nr '.~~~-'Y ._:a.~~:""II~~:HO ....lr._..:';'.~~Not:lrVA:r.. "S IO~"C- ::;'l;,:;)r M':VvI'~ '1:., --f<r~~ -.--. S;::t0~"!'" ::;;'~r.,- ~~7-'...-- -. {TDR Credit sarra: Legend: B=btse Jl!:"II'erQtt. D=early mtr)' benus. R:;:;.restOnlunn aod r:nailllel12.ntt bonus... 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G "r.t\' ~/ ''''B go t' s :)ti i ,~ u d ",'t ;,: 'S I ?,,-,.,,-,cm"'''1 '(Jd ~. ~,",' 2:.107 j .;, "(I,!; :'",]", Appruved By .: .1m cs V. ~;' udd EG1inJofSoumy c.'JrlTm Cour;ty r__l,,"~?~, CnUn1y r-,.1N'''Der', 0ff<;e ','2~,~'J07 71~ PM -r;l",-flr.\ ^ ""'n.-hT",~t\j::;vn"rtIQn_n{'t"hp..o,~')nQ o,,/HY1nn71 In o/n')nrnJ l"lTVfl/~')mll'^ l\1!J.r.J=:k' 1 nnnnn7 Agenda Item Ho. 108 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 9 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to clarify the intent of the Board of County Commissioners as to the character of the real property intercst identified as Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804 which are necessary for the construction of Phase 1-8 South of the Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Project (LASIP) and amend Resolution No. 2007-89, thereby anthorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804. (Capital Improvement Element No. 291, Project No. 511(1). The cost to acquire a fee simple interest in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804, as opposed to a drainage easement only, is estimated to add $25,500 to the original LASIP Phase I B easement acquisition cost estimate of $1,838,000, OBJECTIVE: To clarify the intent of the Board as to the interest in real property sought for the construction of the stonnwatcr improvements known as Phase 1 B South of thc Lely Area Stormwater Improvement Projcct (LASIP) (Projcct No, 51101), and to amend Resolution No. 2007- 89, CONSIDERA nONS: On April 10,2007, the Board adopted Resolution No. 2007-89 authorizing the condemnation of various real propcliy interests required for the construction of the LASIP Phase I B South stonnwater improvements, with the intention that a fee simple intcrest be acquired by the County in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804, However, the legal descriptions and sketches for Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804 (being pages 9, 10, 13 and 14 of Exhibit "A" to said Resolution) were correctly identified as "Fce Simple Interest," but, as a result of a scrivener's error, the words "Pcrpetual, Non-Exclusivc Drainage Eascmcnt" were inadveliently included in the introductory verbiage of the legal description. This Resolution will anlend Rcsolution 2007-89 only as to the interest sought in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804, The interest sought in all of the other parcels shall remain unchanged, The intent of the Board as to the interest sought in Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 804 (a fee simple interest) may be clarified through the adoption of this amcndment to Resolution 2007 -89 without effect to the weight or relevance of the Board's prior decisions. This Resolution will also correct the project number identified in Resolution 2007-89, which incorrectly included a sixth digit, "2", which is appended to a project number to designate the funding cost center. FISCAL IMPACT: The cost to acquire a fee simple interest in Parcels 801,802,803 and 804, as opposed to a drainage easement only, is estimated to add $25,500 to the original LASIP Phase I B casement acquisition cost estimate of $1 ,838,000, All costs and expenses will be charged to Funds 30 I and 325 as previously stated, However, the Board is advised that recent changes to the design of the LASIP Phase I B - Nmih improvements (the addition of two sanitary sewer pump station easements and associated temporary construction and access easements) will increase the overall cost of the Phase 1 B project. These additional costs will be identified for the Board when the recommendation to adopt a superscding condemnation resolution for the Phase I B - North parcels is brought forward in the coming weeks, .- GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This recommendation is consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan. Agenda Item I\Jo. 10B October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 9 RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida: I. Adopt the attached Resolution authOlizing the condemnation of the parcels describcd in Exhibit "A-I" attached thereto, and authorize the Chainnan to execute same on behalf of the Board; 2. Direct the County Manager or his designee to complete all tasks required to acquire the necessary parcels; and 3. Approve any budget amendments necessary to implement the collective will of the Board. Prepared by: Kevin Hendricks, Right-of-Way Acquisition Manager, TECM Attachments: I. Resolution with Exhibit "A-I" (Legal Descriptions of Parcels 801, 802, 803 and 8(4) Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page I of I Agenda 1t'~1TI No, 10B CJclober 9, 2007 Page :',of9 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1013 F',O:.(Jr'\IIT1i3nja\mn to ~'Imil." t'lS- in!r'nt of lI',r,' Board o! ~',ol.lIlty Cumnllssioncrs 3& to the character 01 trlE' "'o'al pl();)er1, ;;;I,HPst ;(jentit'"d a~; "'weel:' (;01. [<]2. 803 am: e04 whlctl are ''''!J'ssar',' r' r Iii'" ';')~~5Irustim' ,;I Pk!sp E' S('uH- , 'H1C' 'LPj,.. !c,rso StNfYIJ/3im ImpmV€rDBnt P'Oi<'O i!"iC}' ;r) and amen'j R,,:.!)lution No '()n7..89 !!wreby ClLll!lNlzmg thO' vlf',(jelli'18bo[l 'f'o'" '.I"HA(O IIlip-':1sts"II'arc,!lr 801, (10;: (10: '-lI1[i f;()4 ':Ca;:>itallr_iprove,renl ~lerlHm: I-Jo ~,11, PrOle::! ,,0 ~11(Jl,qk cost:, iiGC:lJlr<':, l'Je ,'II",[li", "ltc>r%! I" ~ilrC81S flD1 :lD] Gen Clnd :10': as ojJpo"e'~ tc H cj~c!!na:je elJSHnenJ unly. ;[; Rstirnate(1 It; adO :::::'S~()O \Cl tile nr;gt'1al U\Si~' C:'h,":e G g8s<,n"e~1 3(;0 ,iSIIIG!I ':G51 ~'stIITlBtf at S1 iJ21J()(JC W,)!:""n Fecier ; l'::lnSF'[Ft~'lli()"\ Sc'r,ice" i\drTi,q;st ,1\0,", ![iIYI20079:000i!.t.,M R;?bt Of W~y r,c:;w~,it'on M~t1":.)C' D,lle Prellarcu B)' Kevin H""dric~5 Tn",soortJUonSe,vi,<:s n::cr",.fJ,OV;J "1141200110:21.47 M~ Ri<Jht011!'h',.! A~qUl' ik,,, '{nl1a'J'" [hi", Approved By f',"'~'I'lbndri(;ks ;-'Jr'!~rOr\lltJOn S,^nnc,-,& fEC,AR()W ';"17/;.'007 ':<::>4 ~'.M ,;',ni(,'-[rlq,,'''"'' J~h, Allprovetl By ';crill(;f<urtz -l'~n"-I';,,,.tJhon ""'f,'ic'..'"' "tony,,,,'-,'\hHMml/J(!el11(nt "1D!20ll7fi 1', I!M "m" ;',! F'r;-;jer;t ~,"~'1~;,~r Oat" Appru\'ed By Fugem'Coh",,,'( ,'",m;porL1tlanc.S',rvic 'l-a'1<;l},rt,,!ior, Engin"'Ning~n<.i '.'24!~007 e~~ ,e,;" G'-'r,stnJ~ti()[1 1'"~Jnilqe-nI~"l '''''llspadlltoon Div".ion AdrrHr'!i"tr"lo, [J.1l'< Approved By Naql' E_ Fedtn AICP TrJfl~rOnillian ;orvlcns fran"-portIltion S"'VioE~Admin 9'-25il0079:25AM ';i-mior ~'roj"Gt M~r'!ag(" [J,it(; Approved By R. S'IJneCn)(, P.E rr~'1srolialio!1 Services StornJwll!erMilr,agem...."t 9I:'6120c.7\!,52AM J.cr:r;vnlingS"p"rvisor [JatE' Approved By S~laron Newman Trllt15portnlionServices Traflsporlatian5ervicesAdmin 9i26/200711:14P.M Administrative A,,~i5tZnt Date ApprowdB)' CarQline Solo Tran<;;porta!ior\St->rvic"s Transpmtalian EngirwiJring and Construction 9/2612007 j'i:14{\M PalU"hnhMd Execl1tiveSecrt!IJry Date Approved By T'ranr.PQrtationServic<'!s lrarlspor!Jtion Snrvit<<sAtlrnin !I/Z7/2llrl79:]5AM I'PPilc2\i"I1J;!lniilysl Date Approvetl By OMS Coonlindor Admi,,;r.traliveServic..s Infmm-"licnTechnology 912812(071):21 p.M SussnUsher Senior Manllgemarrtmwdge\ Anal}-'st O<lte Approvetl Ry County Mnnager'sOffice Office of Management & Budget 1011J200712:31 PM Approved By Michael Smykow"ki County Manager's OffiCI;! Marwgement & SWI!)!'t Director Date Office 01 Man<l9"ment&Budilet 1011i200711:48PM J..m~'!i V. Mudd Count,' Milnii8m DJt~' Approvetl By Board a/County COlnm;sswners Cour11'I' W,anag":-'s Office 10I112007HU4AM file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober'10209, %202007\ I O. %20COUNTY%20MANAGER... 10/3/2007 !\genda item No.1 08 October 9, 2007 Page 4 of;1 RESOLUTION NO. 2007.__ A RESOLUTION OF THE IlOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, CLARIFYING ITS INTE'IT AS TO TIlE CHARACTER OF THE PROPERTY INTEREST IDENTIFIED AS PARCELS 801. 802, 803 AJ\D 804 IN RESOLUTION 2007-89, AND AMENDING SAID RESOLUTION TO CORRECT A SCRIVENER'S ERROR (CAPnAL IMPROVEMENT ELE~NT NO, 291, PROJECT NO, 51101). WHEREAS, on April lO, 2007, [he Board of County CommissIOners of CoUler County, Flonda, after consIderation of altellwtlvc routes and locations, long range plannmg, costs, sufety and envlfonmental concems. <-.ldopted ReSOllJtlOTI No. 2007-89, authonzmg the llse of its emment domam power to dcqUlre those parcels rdentified in Exl1ibn "A" of the ResolutIon for the construction of s.tonmvatcr Improvements known as. Phase One of the Lei)' Area Stormwater Improvements Project (LASiP) Inc;;lted In cast Naples: and WHEREAS, the Jegal descnplJOTIS nnd skelcJles and for Parcels 801. S02. 803 and 804 (bemg pages 9, 10, 13 dnd H of EXllibH ",-\" 10 s,w] Resolutlon) were conectly H1entjfjed as "fee Simple Interest," hut, as a rcsull of a scnvener's error, the words "Perpetual, ~Ol1- ExclusIve Dramage Ensemcnl" \\"erc Inadvertently I1lcluded lTI the Introductory verbwge of the legal dCScllption; and WHEREAS, the project number 511012, ldenlified In the tItle of ResolullOn 2007.89, mCOlTcctly mcludes the sixth dign "2," which digit IS appended to a project number In order to deslgnate the funding cost center; <lnd WHEREAS, the Board ueSlres to clanfy lts angmal mtent In the adoptIOn of ResolutlOTI 2007-89 and to correct the afore-described scnvener's en-OfS by amending the resolulIon. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COU:--lTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: 1. The above reeltals are true and corrected and Illcorporated herem. 2. It was and IS the lI1tent of the Board of County ComrnisslOners 1:0 auti10nze the condemnatlOn of [l. Fee Simple Interest 111 Pa.rcels 801, 802. S03 and 804, <:IS Identified m EXhibIt A-I attached hereto. 3. ResolutIOn 2007-8915 hereby amended to con'eel $cnvener's elrors by removing erroneous and mcollSH;lent verblilge. "perpetual, non-excluslVe dram age easement," controned on pages 9, 10, 13 and 14 of Exhibit A co Resolution 2007-89, and by subSlJlUtlllg the 5-diglt proJect number of 5110 I. Agenda Item No, 10B October 9. 2007 Page 5 of 9 TIllS RESOLUTION IS ADOl'TED tlus ~~ day of , 2007, after motion, second and maJonty vote. ATrEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK. Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: JAMES COIBTTA, Chamnan Approved as to Form and Legal SufficIency /7 . <mv~~ Ellen T. Chadwell ASSlwmt County A(Inmey CondemmltlOn ResoJullon Page 2. .I\g.&nda Item 1'0. 10B October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 9 EXHIBIT .-A::... l Page.-Lot -A- PROJECT NO. 511012 PROJECT PARCEL NO, 801 FOLIO NO. 60780040003 LEGAL DESCRIPTION & SKETCH (NOT A SURVEY) A PARCEL OF LAND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: THE WEST 30 FEET OF LOT 1. BLOCK "A," MYRTLE COVE ACRES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA 30 FEET LOT 1 ( BLOCK "A" ) N FEE SIMPLE INTEREST SKETCH NOT TO SCALE Collier Countv Trans;lOrtalion Engineenn9 al1d Conslruction Management Departm en! 08110107410 PM Agenda Item No.1 OB October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 9 EXHIBIT .1...:...1 Page-Lof -=l:.- PROJECT NO. 511012 PROJECT PARCEL NO, 802 FOLIO NO. 60781160005 LEGAL DESCRIPTION & SKETCH (NOT A SURVEY) A PARCEL OF LAND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: THE WEST 30 FEET OF LOT 1, BLOCK "B," MYRTLE COVE ACRES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA 30 FEET LOT 1 ( BLOCK "B" ) N PEE SIMPI..E INTEREST SKETCH NOT TO SCALE ColliarCountylransportallon EngJnesfmg and C<lnslruc!ion Management Dep<lr'JTKlflt DBll0107~:21 PM Agenda Item f~o. 108 October 9. 2007 Page 8 of 9 EXHIBIT A - J page-2-of~ PROJECT NO, 511012 PROJECT PARCEL NO. 803 FOLIO NO, 60782320006 LEGAL DESCRIPTION & SKETCH (NOT A SURVEY) A PARCEL OF LAND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: THE WEST 30 FEET OF LOT 1, BLOCK "C:' MYRTLE COVE ACRES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA ~ 30 FEET LOT 1 ( BLOCK "C" ) N FEE SIMPLE INTEREST SKETCH NOT TO SCALE Col~cl Coonty Tnmsportation Engineering and Construction Managemonl Dspartmenl OBJ1Q1074:21 PM Agenda Item No, 108 October 9. 2007 Page 9 of 9 EXHIBIT ...A:..1 Page -A-of .-iI:- PROJECT NO, 511012 PROJECT PARCEL NO. 804 FOLIO NO. 60784520008 LEGAL DESCRIPTION & SKETCH (NOT A SURVEY) A PARCEL OF LAND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: THE WEST 30 FEET OF LOT 31, BLOCK "E." MYRTLE COVE ACRES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA 30 FEET LOT 31 ( BLOCK "E" ) \ N FEE SIMPlE INTEREST SKETCH NOT ro SCALE Collier CountvTransportatiOfl Engineering and C(lrIslru~lon Management Department O8Il01Q74:21PM Agenda Item No.1 OC October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 8 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of the fee simple and those perpetual and temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Everglades Boulevard (Phase 1), and authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of the fee simple interests necessary for the construction of stormwater retention and treatment ponds required for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from Wcst of Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard. (Phases 1 and 2.) (project No. 60040.) Estimatcd fiscal impact: $18,411,297.00. OBJECTIVE: To adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of the fee simple and those perpetual and temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard fi'OIn west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Everglades Boulevard (Phase I only), and the fee simple interests necessary for the construction of stonnwater retention ,md treatment ponds required for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard tr0111 West of Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard. (Phases I and 2,) (Project No. 60040,) CONSIDERATIONS: The adoption of the above resolution will provide statT with the Board's authority to secure title work, obtain independent real estate appraisals, and negotiate for the purehase of the right-of-way required both for the eonstruetion of Phase I (west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Everglades Boulevard), and for the construction of stOlmwater retention and treatment ponds required for tl1e construction of Phases I and 2 of this project. (West of Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard.) Gift and Purchase Resolutions delegate certain authorities to the Chairman and to the County Manager or his designee of a ministerial nature which streamline the right-of-way acquisition process and preclude the necessity to return to the Board for the approval of each and every purchase, There are 3 1 5 parcels in Phase I alone, FISCAL IMPACT: It is estimated that the total cost of the right-of-way which must be purchased will be $18,411,297.00. This amount includes the cost ofthc land required for construction, as well as all expenses for title work, real estate appraisals, staff timc, and those expenses, such as property owner attorney fees and expert witness fees, which the County is required to pay according to Sections 73.091 and 73.092, F,S. All such payments will come from the Transportation Supported Gas Tax fund and the Road Impact Fee funds. Source of funds are gas tax and road impact fees, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: As part of the County's proposed 5 year work program, the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard (Project No. 60040) is an integral part of Collier County's Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Conm1issioners of Collier County: 1, Adopt the attached Resolution; 2, Authorize its Chairman to execute same on behalf of the Board; and ,"""-'" Agenda item !'Jo. 10C October 9, 2007 Page 2 of 8 3, Authorize any budgct amendments that may be necessary to implement the collective will of the Board as evidenced by the adoption of the attached Resolution and the approval of this Executive Summary, Prepared by: Robert Bosch, ROW Coordinator - TEeM Attachment: Gift and Purchase Resolution . Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page I of I Aoenda Item No, 1 DC "- October 9, 2007 Parle:1 of 8 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1')C 1.~p(,Tlr"8'1'.J8\lOn tc,m!opi a res(,lu!,on acllrl()l-izin9 HII' acqLllsiiion bv ;>if! o'pufchas8 a/tile t,?" simple ~J'ld 1IK'58 f:'<:fpetual and WlllporfirY ca;crner:: 1'ltei'",St~; npcessary fur nlEi ,:'JriSlf'~')'on Gf :'o,.Jdway, drainage Ol'ld "liAy '(f'vo\'e'rlenls r8qui,C'(j tOI HI? ~':f)a'ls:()r' of Gol:Jen <',alE' [oU!'7Vlmi fml1l W(H,I nfV'/:ISGL I3IJ\lIBVarc !r,l8ast ot Everglmles OOlll"'va:d i:r)ll;"~;(" 1 2'''-] :'luU1cr;zmg the ;Jcqu;sitlu,-; ~')y girt or' l'u!'GI-';-lse OT 111" fee slrnple ;I"!!",rests fl" ;("ss,ny rer Ilw r:mlsiruclJor~ 01 SDillll'.',,:e; r,)I<:n1l0,-, ;me tro"trTI<:"t pon(is rW.lllli'ec' fo' tilE' efpansIC'<I) [)f SO'0"'1 (;;;1<, [)olllevard t'or.' lNe~t 01 'l il,.'(lfI Soulev,Ji"j to OC'SoIG 8r.J1Ilevsrd f')k<se~, 1 illid 2) r"TOjer.! No 600421 t:5tnnate(j i!scal ;'"ria"t 5't8 c11"..~9',0Q (r~unnan Fedpr. TrWlcportnl!Oi-1 bfJrvlGe'T !l,drnlnlst~iltr,Jr':1 'DI9/2JOi 9,DO,OC'AM DHe Prl."pllred By R<.lbmtBosch Trallsportation Kight 01 V'hy C.t'ord;n~!O' TEeM 9f14i2[)I)7"!;;,S:17 AM K0vinH, D'.,gan ,'ro;',,:(;t M<<fLHIl''' ::JJte Approved By TumsoortatioIlSorvir,,,,s Tran"pu;1Jtiol"l Engir,et'ring imd (I.)nsw..Ic;iafl 9/24i20C710iYlAM Di,'",",':'.)' [);t" Appro,cd Hy r'J"JP!1/\hrn"rl ""dl1'iportatior'S""vi Approved By !~c'rrr' ';C, r ",'dr", /lief' j "1'\spe,rt:ti ion S':<rvi ,'j" ; t "t''',. 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ApprowdBy Pat Lehllh'lnJ Tr;msportlltiollServices Ex"cuti',~ S~crNary TransportationS",rviclisfulmifl 9IZ7!20079:-22AM ApplicJlioil!;.Analysl Date Approved By OM8Coordinator AdlTlinistrat'veSar;ices inf<:>rmJt-ionTechnology 9i21112007 8:23 AM Dale Approved By Susan Usher Coumy Mtmag..r's Office Sonio' Man"gementIBudget Analyst Office of Management <> Budget 10/1120079:07 AM Date Approved By James v, Mudd Board 01 County Commissi(men. County M~l1agor County Manilgo-r"sOlfice 10/1!200710,46AM file:i/C:\^gcndaTcst\Export\90-0ctobcr%209, %202007\ 1 O. %20COUNTYO/020MANAGER.. 10/3/2007 A.g8nda item ~~o. 10C October 9, 2 U7 Paqe 4 (.f 8 RESOLUTION NO, 2007- A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZL'iG TIlE ACQUISITION BY GIFT OR PURCHASE OF THE FEE SIMPLE AND THOSE PERPETlJAL AND TEYlPORARY EASEMENT Ir;TERESTS .'iECESSARY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ROADWA y, DRAINAGE AND UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE EXPANSION OF GOLDEr; GATE BOL'LEVARD FROM WEST OF WILSON BOULEV ARD TO EAST OF EVERGLADES BOLLEY ARD (PHASE I]. AM) THE FEE SIMPLE INTERESTS NECESSARY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER RETENTION AND TREATMENT PONDS REQUIRED FOR THE EXPANSION OF COLDEN GATE BOULFVARD FROM WEST OF WILSON BOULEVARD TO DESOTO BOULEVARD. IPHASES j AND 21 (PROJECT NO. 60(40) \VI-1ERE/\S. the Bu,-m! of County Cumrni.,>sroncrs (Bo;mJ), 1m June 7. 20f1.'1, ;Jdoj11ed Ordinance :'-Jo. 2005-15 Ihen.:!n t<;[Jbl1"hlng the. CapItal lmpnwcmcnt Element of the Growth Managenlcnl Plein in unkr iu i::;l~lh]ISh PJiUlllies 101 the dV';lgn. acquislllilll anu construction \.\1' the \ariOllS caplwl 111lpro\'cmcnt pnljCC\;;;: \VHEREAS, the ']"nmsporl,-lli()!1 Element 01 the (:uunty'~'; ('omprehcnsivc Plun was adopted in Ol-dtnance ;'\0.200.'1-25: WHEREAS. the expamioll of Gulden (rate B()ule\',lrd from weST of \\lilsOll Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard (ProJect No. 6U(40) IS (lne of the capita) improvement projects required unutr the Tr:l11Sport;ltlon Element Df the COUlllY's Cumprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the construction uf lhe proposed improvements and related facilities along Phase 1 of the project corridor. ;lS depicted rn ExhIbit "r\" attached hereto <md lncorpm3ted herein, and the slOrJll\\'atcr rclcnllon and treatment ponds ulong Phases I and 2 of the project corridor, in the locutions collectively represented by the legal descriptions depicted in Exhibit "B" att,Khed hereto and incorporaled herem, are necessary in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Colller County, and will :lssist Collier County in meeting certain concuTTcncy requirements of the Growth ~v1anagem('nt PI:m for Collier County. NOW, TllEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, rLORfDA,lhal I, The Board has determined [tlat The expansion of Golden Gale Boulevard fmm \\'cst of Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard, Project No. 60040 (hereinafter refclTcd to us "the Project"), is necessary and in the puhhc's besllntcrest In order Lo protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of CollIer COUllty .Agenda Item ~jo, 10C October 9. 2007 Page 5 of 8 1 The construction of the Project is an integral part of the County's long range planning effon, and is included in the Tnmsportation Element of the County's Comprehensive Plan for Growth Management,;.Is clpproved by the Florida Department of Community Affairs. 3. It is necessary nod in the nest interest of Collier County for the Board to acquire right-of- way in either fee simple or as easements for roadway, drainage and/or utility purposes within Phase 1 of the Project con"idar, identified on Exhibit "A" (attnched hereto by reference and made a part hereof), and stonnwater retemJon and treatment pond sites in fee simple within Phases I and 2 of the Project conidor, in the locat1ons collectively represented by the legal descriptions depicted in Exhibit "13" attached hereto and incorporated herein, as best sUlts tbe needs of the project; and the County Manager or his designee is hereby authorized and directed to acquire said righl-or~way ,mtl stormwHter relention and treatment sites by either gift or purchase. 4. The Board hefehy directs the County Manager or his designee to make purchase offers 10 property owners based upon appralsals prepared by licensed real eSlate appraisers. 5. The Board hereby authorizes the County Manager Of his designee to approve right--of- way and storm water retention and trcutment pond site purchases where the propelty owner has agreed to sell the required land rights to the County at its appraised value, or at an amount not to exceed $50,000 over the appraised value. 6. The Board hereby authorizes its Chainnan, upon the approval of the Office of the County Attomey as to form and legal sufficiency, to execute Easement Agreements and Purchase Agreements for right-of-way and/or stO]111\-...ater retention and treatment pond sites where Ihe property owner has agreed to sell the required land rights to the County at its appraised value, or at an amount not 10 exceed $50,000 over the appraised value; and the Board hereby authorizes its present Chairman and any subsequent Chairman, for the life of the Project, to execute any instruments which have been approved by the Office of the County Attorney, to remove the lien or any encumbrance and for any such other purpose as may be required. 7. Said settlement approval authority is delegated by the Board to the extent that such approvals do not conflict with the provisions of Section 125.355, Florida Statutes. 8. Where the property owner agrees to convey a neC"essary interest in real property to the County, through the execution of a "Purchase Agreement" or "Easement Agreement," and upon the proper execution by the property owner of such legal instruments as the Office of the County Attorney may require, the Board hereby authOlizes the Finance Department to issue wan'ants, -Page 2- Agenda Item "io, 1 OC October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 8 payable to the property o\vner(s) of record, and to others who may possess an equitable interest in the suhject right-of-way parcels or storm water retention and treatment sites, in those amounts as shall be specified on a ClosIng Statement 9. AU title 10 real propel1y which has heen ohtamed In the manner described above shall be deemed "accepted" by the Board of County Commissioners, as the governing body of Collier County, Florida, a political subdivlsion of the Stale of Florida, and as such, staff is hereby authorized 10 record in the Pubhc Records of Collier County, Florida, deeds, easements or other instruments as may be reqUIred to remove the lien of any encumbnmcc from the acquired properties. ThIS Resolution. :ldopled on thIS __ d~lY ur __ _______________. 2007, after motion, second Jnd majority vote AT1'ES'I': DWIGHT E. BROCK, CU:RK BOARD OF COLNTY COMMrSSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA By: JAMES COLETTA. CHAIRMAN Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: I kldi F. -:'\-;lhon-Odl1 Assistant Count); ,A. !tomey .Page 3. . n ii EXHIBIT '( Paas i of I ~-- ot--CO :2,8'0 'oJ,,- .s;(}) OJ ;::Q-5m {i)...Do.... _0 -. ts ~o (j) OJ <: q .....0, I' "'".'f: S...W ; =--1 ~ ;,"4.~-< : : I I 'IR.... i$T :'~ .W. :.:." . 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"_'''''._'''_ ..___.L...~.._~..___.___. . . - ..., -'" EXHIBIT B ,f:\genda Item No.1 OC October 9, 21 07 Page 8 f 8 GOLDEN GATE BOULEVARD POND SITE PARCELS ALL INTERESTS TO BE ACQUIRED IN FEE SIMPLE Parcel No. Legal Description: PSP1 W1 The East 165 feet of Tract 18, Golden Gate Estates Unit No, 13, according to the plate thereof. as recorded in Plat Book 7. Pages 71 through 72, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, Folio No, 37221200005. PSP1W2 The West 180 feet atTract 19, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72. of the public records of Collier County. Florida. Folio No. 37221280009. PSP1 E1 The West 150 feet of Tract 130, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7. Pages 71 through 72. of the public records at Collier County. Florida, Folio No. 37228760001. PSP1E2 The East 200 feet of Tract 130, Golden Gate Estates Unit No, 13, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72. of the public records of Collier County, Florida, Folio No, 37228720009. PSP2Wl The East 180 feet of Tract 57, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 48. according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 78. of the public records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 39204000000, PSP2W2 The West 150 feet of Tract 57, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 48, according to Ihe plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 78, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, Folio No. 39204040002. PSP2E1 The North 350 feet of Tract 127, Golden Gate Estates Unit No, 13, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72, of the public records of Collier County. Florida. Folio No, 37228540001, PSP2E2 The South 330 feet of Tract 127, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72, of the public records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 37228520005, PSP3W1 The West 180 leet of Tract 153, Golden Gate Estates Unit No, 51, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 84, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, Folio No. 39394600006, PSP3W2 The West 75 feet of the East 150 feet of Tract 153, Golden Gate Estates Unit No, 51, according to the plate thereof. as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 84, of the public records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 39394680000, PSP3W3 The East 75 feet of Tract 153, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 51, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 84, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, Folio No, 39394640008. PSP3E Tract 63, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 80. according to the piate thereof, as recorded in Piat Book 5, Page 18, of the public records of Collier County, Florida, Folio No, 40866000000, PSP4 Tract 19, Golden Gate Estates Unit No, 78, according to the plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 5. Page 16, of the public records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 40741080006 r Agenda Item No, 100 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 11 Executive Summary Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4130 to Mitchell & Stark Construction Company Inc., in the base bid amount of $2,634,639 for Project # 70158, the construction of Tamiami reliability wells numbers 34 & 37 and the replacement of raw water pipelines; authorize the Chairman to sign the contract after approval by the County Attorney's Office and receipt of final written authorization by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP); and, to authorize the County Manager or his designee to carry out responsibilities under the FDEP Low Interest State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan Program. OBJECTIVE: To provide additional raw water supplies for the North and South County Regional Water Treatment Plants to meet operational and reliability needs, to meet the demand for potable water, and to stay in compliance with regulatory requirements, CONSIDERATION: On June 6, 2006, as Agenda Itcm lOB, the Board of County Commissioners (Board) adopted the 2005 Water Master Plan Update that identified requirements for the development of reliability wells for the Tamiami Golden Gate Well field. Tamiami reliability wells number 33, 35, and 36 were completed in December 2005, Wells number 34 and 37 are part of the water supply goals identitied in the Water Master Plan, The proposed scope or work is consistent with the 2005 Water Master Plan Update, Project 701582,2005 Tamiami Well Replaccment Progran1, Section 8, Table 8- 2, page 3 of 5, line 82, On .Tune 22,2004, Agenda Item 16Cll, the Board approved Work Order No. CDM-FT- 3593-04-07 to Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc, (CDM) for utility engineering services to design well number 34, Originally, the construction of Tamiami well 34 was bid separately. On October 10, 2005, two bids were received for the project from D,N, Higgins, Inc, and Encore Construction Co. Both bids were detel1l1ined by county staff to be disqualified because each altered the contract documents, One bidder lined out and changed the stated substantial and fmal completion dates and the other added a statement that they could not meet the stated substantial and final completion dates. On .Tanuary 10, 2006, Agenda Item 16C3, the Board rejected the bids for the construction of Tamiami well 34 and authorized the staff to re-advertise for competitive and responsive bid offers for both wells 34 and 37. On February 28, 2006, the Board approved Work Order No, CDM-FT- 3593-06-02 for engineering services during construction for well 34, plus the design and engineering services during construetion for well 37, and the needed piping improvements, - Invitation to Bid # 07-4130, "Wells No, 34 & 37 and Pipeline Replacement," was posted on .Tune 13,2007, and distributed to vendors via the county's electronic bid process. Of the 13 7 bidders notified, 42 downloaded the solicitation and three bids were received on .Tuly 13,2007. Collier County staff and CDM determined the low bid to be fair and reasonable; CDM's recommendation and clarification letter dated August 13,2007, is attached. Staff scrutinized the qualifications of the low bidder and Mitchell & Stark Construction Company Inc., was determined to be qualified and responsive, plus they have a satisfactory perfonnance and warranty record on previous county projects, Executive Summary Contract 07-4130, Tamiami Wells 34 & 37, and Pipeline Improvements Aoenda item r'~o, 10D ~ October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 'i1 Mitchell & Stark Construction Company Inc" successfully completed construction of Tamiami well 33. Collicr County is seeking consideration for a low-interest State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan from FDEP in the amount of approximately $3,400,000 to tinance this project. This 20-year low-interest SRF Loan will save the county a substantial amount versus a 20-year bond at current market rates, The Board's approval of the stated recommendations will satisfy the SRF loan planning protocols required by the FDEp. These actions support the county's intent to secure maximum eligibility tor funding all anticipated construction projects utilizing the lowest cost funding available. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding is available in and is consistent with the FY08 Capital Budget adopted by the Board 011 September 20, 2007, Cutrent appropriations are identitied in the User Fee Fund (412) Tamiami Reliability Wells, Project No, 70158, The lotal project cost for wells 34 and 37 are estimated at $3,382,000, including $484,000 for engineering design, $2,634.639 for construction, and approximately $263,000 for construction inspection services. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The project is consistent with and furthers the goals, objectives, and policies of the Collier County Growth Management Plan, RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, as the Ex-ofiicio Goveming Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District: . Award Bid No. 07-4I30 to Mitchell & Stark Construction Company Inc., for the construction of Tamiami reliability wells number 34 and 37, and the replacement of raw water pipelines, in the base bid amount of $2,634,639. . Authorize the Chainnan to sign the standard construction contract after approval by the County Attomey's Office and receipt of final wlitten authorization by the FOEI' as required by the SRF loan provision. . Authorize the Chairman to cxecute the Agreement following approval as to form and legal sufficiency by the County Attorney's Office, . Authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to can'y out responsibilities under the FDEP Low Interest Loan Progranl including directing county staff to carry out all activities needed to accomplish all goals ofthe loan program provided such actions do not consist of additional commitments on the county's behalf that require additional Board approval. PREPARED BY: Oscar 1', Martinez, p,E" Senior Project Manager, Public Utilities Engineering Depmiment. ",'-" Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1':;0 F', "on'.mUl(.intIL'il tD av,.'3rd Cid r,;o r .'_41 J{1 to 1v1:t~I~"'i [; ~;t3r~ Con,SlrlktiGI Ins in";8 :;,"'0' ;,io ell''')')',1 ')~ S2 L:,.~';)3~ ior F'njJed '1C"i58 \!'lE' CD ;struCliO'1 ot Taml;:;mi rioll'\bl!ltj' ;"iells 'l,:"'!Jcr'~ :\.(.?, 'jn~' \1:,0 i',"pi,L:i'rn(r" "f :;~v," waiN ;;"pelll''-''S .~lithorup the Ch,,,rl\1;w (0 ':ICjI1 I!',"_ .. 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I,judo COlHlly 111"r,;'g~r :).11" 8'laroufCGwl!jI ;:'O."lIy r~JnJp''''--f> Office 1 {)f ~)20iJ7 7S; I~M Comrn;cs,on~'rs file:! Ie: \Agenda T est\Export\90-0clobcr%209 ,'~--o2()2007\ 1 O. %20COUN'rY%20MA.l\iAGER.. 10/3/2007 CONI Agenda Item No. i OD October 9. 2007 Page 5 of 1 i 6365 N.w. 6th Way, Suite 200 Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33309 tel: 954776-1731 fax: 9$4928-1649 August 13, 2007 Mr. Oscar Martinez Senior Project Manager Collier County Government Public Utilities Division 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Bldg, H Naples, FL 34112 Subject: Evaluation of Bid Documents for Bid No, 07-4130 Wells No, 34 & 37 and Pipeline Replacement Dear Oscar: CDM has reviewed and evaluated the bid documents for the above referenced project received during the bid opening on July 13, 2007, Per our discussion, there was some confusion on the intent of our previous letter (July 26) regarding this bid. This letter serves as our recommendation for the bid award based on our bid evaluations and conversations with the bidders and Collier County Purchasing and PUED, Three bids were received from Mitchell and Stark Construction Company Inc" Quality Enterprises USA Inc" and Douglas N, Higgins Ine. The apparent low bidder at the time of bid opening was Mitchell and Stark Construction Company lne. with a base bid of $2,634,639. Second low bidder is Quality Enterprises USA Inc. with a base bid amount of $3,272,418,75. The highest base bid was submitted by Douglas N, Higgins lne. with an amount of $3,573,120. The total amounts submitted for the deductive alternate items by each bidder were $773,742, $1,239,168,75 and $ 914,600 respectively, All three bidders acknowledged receipt of the two addenda, There was an observed ambiguity between the Bid Schedule issued as part of the front end documents and Section 01025 "Measurement and Payment" in the teclmical specifications. There are twenty five bid items on the bid schedule, Section 01025 describes eight of these items as lump sum. The remainders are described as unit price items, From the low bidders Bid Schedule it could be interpreted that five of the line items were bid as unit price work. These items include items II.4, III.6, III.?, II1.8, and III,l1. However, in follow-up discussions with Mitchell and Stark, the bidder stated that it was their intent to provide a lump sum price as requested for the work shown on the drawings and in the specifications, Additionally, C:\Documents and Settlngslhaeck.ers\l..ocal Setlings\Te~orary Internet Flles\OLKFD\Bid Recommendaliolls]lnal.doc consulting. engineering. construction. operations CDM Agenda Item No.1 OD October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 11 Mr. Oscar Martinez August 13, 2007 Page 2 comparison of the bids shows that if Mitchell and Stark prices for these items are extended out as a unit price proposal, their bid remains the lowest of the three, Given these clarifications and analyses, we believe this apparent discrepancy is not of issue to the integrity of this bid, Based on these observations, CDM recommends awarding the project to the apparent low bidder, Mitchell & Stark Construction Company, Inc, CDM is available to assist you in any way we can to make this project a success. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 954-903-6129 or Mr. Kirk Martin in our Fort Myers office at 239-938-9600. Very truly yours, /'..~~ Stefan Haecker, P.E, Project Manager CDM cc: Karen Guliani, CCPUED Eliu Perez, CDM Kirk Martin, CDM Adam Sobolewski, CDM C:\Documenls and SetllngslhaecKers\Local Settings\Temporary Internel Flles\OlKFD\Bid Recommerldalions_Fir.al.doc Ol'-!;: N C"') OOt] o::t -~U.;....; UJ .n~ a3 ~ " E .0 ;.::Q:lan::Jo 2-8ffioo ~.........~ 0 Z coog-a uO 0 CJ) r.: c c ~ at; .-r Q) ~ 0:::> zcr ~ 0 z " III 'E .. 0 0 ~ ::l ::l C! 0 0 ,~ 0 0 E LL. <( i...: N Q) Q) Olc C1l ._ "t: C1l C1l :;;::;;: t5 co Q) " '-U> 20 0- c Q) E Q) " C1l C. Q) 0:: Q) .~ '" Q. 0: "0 " C1l r-- C') ..,. C') o c ~ '" 5 o C') ~ ..,. ..:. o "0 iIi U> Q) U> ";:: .5: e- Q) 'E C ::l W " 0 >.E E "" .<( C1l<( :::>(1) O::J 'E , "::l CEo ~ en E rn .~ <C :::> Ol o .9> OI "" ~ C1l " en c: c: "00- cu" C1l ::l ,,",0 '" U> E ..cg...... go"'" :;;: o o cO N III CD .. . ~O ::l'" O)N .- <f> LL. 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St;>ik, Construction Co" inc. for Ihe COl1f,trucI;on uf T,mliarni reliability wel:s Ilumbers :'>4 & 37 ;md tile rq)facement of i"JW \fiate~ pipelines, in 111(; bi!sr, bid :lmoullt ~)f 5;::',G:'A,5j!:!; allew submitkls 10 t:-lt r:lorid" DC;>;Jr;111Cnl of En\!:'Dnmcntal Prol(,:ric:'n C1nd 2utrlOrize the County MOlnClg.:;r, or ~is designee, to GCI~rv:)ut re~tK'nsibi!i\i~" under fhe FD~P Lt'w interest Slate r,,",/01;:;119 Fu:',d (Sr~F) I_Di;n P'ogrOlm, Pr~-,j€ct tl70158 FY07 2007 Otr1 Otr2 Otr3 Otr4 I -t- I Agenda Item No.1 00 October 9. 2007 Page 10 of < 1 Project No. 70158 FYOB 2008 Otr1 Otr2 Qtr3 Otr4 ---I- n_I r--- >)~ "0 ;:::G:51l c iB"8g' rn E _........Q... z.-O ro ~'tJ) ~ j!l ..c "90 0 CD....... - ~ - ~ ~...... E E ~ <r: c: 0 o~ ..c Q(j) ~ ;It, rn Z 6 '" INN ~ ~~: \ > ~ ~2~ \ o C)~i ~ ~ 0 -;= 0 \ C. iiiQ ~ t: "- E c.. ~ l___ " ____________ .-1 '-,- ~c: - ...... 0 32 6 1_ ._.92 r/) $i _ '" ~ c ~ -- VI ~ ~ E .c ,..- ~ 0 .. E- U I'fIf. 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E ~ ,- :.." -- - '- .-- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agen~~;;~~r~~2b~~ Page 1 of 3 To Provide status of efforts to resolve mineral rights issue, directional drilling update and to recommend that the Board of County Commissioners extends the termination date of the Starnes Contract for Purchase in the Conservation Collier Program for 60 days. OBJECTIVE: To obtain Coliier County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) direction to extend the Contract for Purchase (Contract) of the Starnes properties in the Conservation Collier Program for 60 days to obtain resolution regarding mineral rights~ CONSIDERATION: On July 24, 2007, the Board of County Commissioners approved a Contract for the Starnes property for the Conservation Collier Program (Agenda item 10H). At that time, there was a question about whether existing outstanding oil gas and mineral rights would allow holders of those rights to mine for limestone on the property in the future, with this situation being unacceptable, Staff recommended the Chairman sign the Contract with the stipulation that if it were determined within 55 days that limestone mining was a potential use for this property, the contract would be terminated without penalty to the County, The 55 days started upon signature of the contract on August 23, 2007 and will end on Wednesday, October 17, 2007, An extension of 60 days would result in a potential Contract termination date of Sunday, December 16,2007, Staff has taken a number of actions to resolve this issue, The first was an oil, gas and mineral rights title search to determine what rights exist. The result of that search was that oil, gas and ,,-.. mineral rights do exist. Next, staff researched whether the term "minerals" includes limestone, There is case law that indicates it does not (see Noblin v. harbor hills Development, L.P. 896 So. 2"d 781 (Fla, DCA 2005) and Audubon Society v, Ratner, 497 So. 2"d 672 (Fla 3rd DCA, 1986), Additionally, staff has requested and obtained assistance from the Florida Geological Survey, Department of Environmental Protection, to evaluate the parcel for oil, gas and minerals potential. Finally, the County Attorney's office has prepared waivers of interest for all known oil, gas and mineral rights holders on the Starnes parcels and letters requesting any potential rights to mine for limestone and other surface minerals be formally waived. These letters were mailed on September 20, 2007, There are at least 18 separate interests and several of these involve trusts. Response from interest holders may take more than the remaining 55 day period allows, At the July 24th Board meeting, staff indicated that the oil and gas lessee was willing to use an existing oil well on adjacent South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) lands to directional drill for oil on the Starnes property, thus removing the need to establish a new well. Since that Board meeting, the oil and gas lessee has approached the SFWMD and was refused approval to open the existing well for directional drilling purposes, Therefore, it is likely that a new well will be established on the Starnes property. " -- The CREW Trust is a partner in the purchase of the Starnes property, agreeing to provide $300,000 towards the purchase to receive an undivided interest along with Collier County, Conservation Coliier staff attended a CREW Trust Board meeting on Sept 21, 2007 to update the CREW Trust Board members on the status of the purchase, and to advise of the proposed Contract extension and directional drilling issue, The CREW Trust Board unanimously concurred with the Contract extension and after discussion, expressed a desire for directional drilling for oil as opposed to direct drilling on the property, Aqe~.da It'lm No, 10E Should the BCC elect to not extend the Contract, staff would understand that as d(lj~8!9!1 c.!02007 staff to exercise its termination rights under the Agreement without penalty to Collier CounlY~ge 2 of 3 FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact to extending this Contract for 60 days, LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The County Attorney's Office has reviewed the Contract for Purchase and is of the opinion that an extension of 60 days will not alter or negatively affect the other material terms in the Contract. Specifically, property owners' are agreeable to the extension so long as the closing date is not extended, A closing date of early December is expected, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Fee-simple acquisition of conservation lands is consistent with and supports Policy 1,3,1 (e) in the Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Collier County Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board directs staff to extend the termination dale of the Starnes contract for 60 days, until December 16, 2007, PREPARED BY: Alexandra J, Sulecki, Coordinator, Conservation Collier Program 2 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page 1 of 1 P,OdllC8 Item r'~G. 1 (IE ., Oclober9, nO? Prlge 3 oi 3 COLLIER COUNTV GOJIRD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10[ r 0 ~'rCI\"d8 St8tLlS dfort5 to rt'501'"," miner8i ngil\S is!:U(i dlrwJlOni11 dnll:n9 ,pr~lt<,; and to r"rI1r'lei".dth8' 1'1,'. f:Darj oj CeLl"ity :>:)IT"nis';!oJ'!8rs elt"!nd"; II',,, Iron qnatior ";.'Jte oiH12 'tc;lni,1<, (';:m\r:vj fo' ?urcha,<, In tr1('. CO'lSEW,rtll(w Coli,sr f:'r~'lF, III ")1 GD d(lV~'. :'",!e'" '~;,.ri" k' F'rm~i~i2i;:: ;v;rnr"llen,81 ;;pe :inllsl" ";:'<!?" J( :):(!~\OCJ i M S<crHorEnvironmcnla: Specialist Date )'repared By AI{lXMldrJJ.Sule<;ki ,,<ilnir1,strotivcServicC5 ~aLd'ti"o' MJr1agenlerll 9121/2007 ~:F:42 PM ::" vi i'on ",ental 5ppci,~ ti~'. t Date Arproyed By MDli~s~ Hennig j!,rirni"i:;t!';Jli'.!"S(;,',i<;<,,, FJdlili"',!",Jn"9~:md"l 'h~S;2007 'uH PM ,'aci;' "' M"r;<l9",r,'"nt I'i:'"-t,,, [);;tr Approve() Uy :,)Lc<p C>lI"P, CY.r>Ji j;ril""n'5t,atlveS""Ji.:es ".)ciiiO,," M~n~iJem<1nt 'J,2'T/l(lC! 1'1 ,JU,~ o\prr<l\'t'd By [""c," 'tb,r"'y lute .''',1!,if,,,r, "<,I;ce,," c,O.mtif\ltl.>I"N"1 (~"uni\i I\tto"wv dlfir,:e iii27!20',2:42r'N1 \,',,"n,o rd,'.!<;,S"uiu'" ".,'mirll" rinur r)",~ Appr(>ve() By Lc"G'.lldenPdce i-<drmn"trmivt ~,~, ,"_C".~; f;.dn'",." _~:-~tiVf ,,"":ji~,,~ !'-dmi" ;-'~!:;'O()7 ~ n ,'M ;\,miice.\:'ms tJ1JI"r~ [j~t'J Allprovcd By C'h':f.i Cnnrdln3, !"jmini~ln;tiv" :~""it~es Informa\,on1cclmoiogy Si2W2i.'078:?i\i\M ~',MH0(!l'"enl & B",Jg",1 t,nalyst Date Approved By Ln.Ur3['3Vlssan C(,unlyM31'l"gen,8ffice Office of M:magem€nt &. Budget 10'11200711c20:,M M,chaet Sml'~"w$ki M"Hl.~gcment Ii. B",Jg<lt Di'ecior D.'lte Approye() By County Mana"", s Offiu~ Offi.:" of M,,,,agement & Budget 1011120074:03 f'M ArllrOyc() By .I,."WSV, Mudd [1cardof (:clllrlly CGmmi"siollCr:; COtll1ty ~,linn39H Dille County M"nllge['~ OTfice 10111201}7€:35 PM file:l/C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober%209,%202007\ 10. %20COUNTY%20MANAGER.., ] 0/3/2007 Agenda Item No. 10F October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 22 - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommend Approval of Tourism Marketing Plan for FY 08 as developed by Paradise Advertising and Marketing, Inc. OBJECTIVE: Recommend approval of the FY 08 Tourism Strategic Marketing Plan developed by tOln-ism staff and Paradise Adverti sing and Marketing, Inc. CONSIDERATIONS: Paradise Advertising presented their preliminary plans and budget for marketing our destination to the TDC at the May 24 meeting. The budget portion of that plan has been reviewed by the County Manager and the County Commission in workshops in .Tune and in public hearings in September. The agency ,md staff have met on several occasions this summer, including two day-long planning sessions, to develop the marketing and media plan associated with the proposed budget. We presented that plan for TDC review and approval at the September 24, 2007 meeting. ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDA nONS: The TDC reviewed the marketing plan and recommended approval 011 a 7-0 vote at the September 24, 2007 meeting. ,- COUNTY ATTORNEY FINDING: Expenditures for marketing of the destination are authorized under FS 125.0104 and County Ordinance 92-60 as amended, FISCAL IMPACT: The FY 08 approved marketing and promotion budget contained within Tourism Fund (184) provides sufficient funds for execution of the proposed $2,402,500 plan, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no impact to the Growth Management Plan related to this action. RECOMMENDATION: Recommend approval of the proposed FY 08 Marketing and Media Plan as proposed by Paradise Advertising in the amount of $2,402,500. PREPARED BY: Jack Wert, Tourism Director ,-- Page 1 of 1 l\gonda Item No 'IOF Oclob€r9,2D07 Page 2 of22 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMM!SSIONERS lIemNumber: Item Summary: 10F FJ'conY',Lend ."pprovai oj lh<, FY Of, ~ nur;sm Slral({gic r\1arKeling r:aTl de',eio;;lCd by tourism "tdf~ ~md r;aci'!(j'se /\dvert!smg anO Mar~eti'1g irlt (T.:! 40=' [;.(0) (Jack 'Nert TD\lriolTl [iJecWr! Meeting Date: 'O!C)i::'OO;'S.OD(10 idv\ )'repllredBy Jac~Weft Tourism Din,~tOl Dale Coul1ty Manager's Office TrHlrism 9mmoo, 1245:15 r~M Approved By Jack Wen f,'urbm D;rtcclor D~te County M~r.llger'~ Office Tauri"'n ",27;10071;57,"'M Appruved By OM8 Cooro;r1~lnr ;\ppli~ntlOros .4n<<lvst n~t!l AdnHrw,lrat;veSf.!rvices InfarmalionTechnol()qy ",2N2.007fU"AM Approved By f\lLHkIF,lckson 6u,j(!e'./,',nilivst ['ate County M""'I',)e, n Otfi~, Ufficr Q~ M"i\;'\!t'mfmt t, Budg':'! ,I;::~r~oo' 'U~; PM Approved By t'lclL~d Smvko\',~;ki MlJmwern<>nt& O"rlp",tU;recloF l.\;.!':e County M;;p"g",'~(LffiCG Oiflc"ot MJnlJg'erLwn\& S"d\lHt \j!28"~()[)7 ~.. ~G ~'M Approved By ,i~m",s V. 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() CO o o N I "0 L- CU U 0... > LL...!'-N OOC'J ;::0,-,- ",,0 ,;..,N _~N t=Q)Q) CO.D 0) =::: 0 ro (000... ,-,0 , a3 IT> <( 0,) ifJ · ?""'l '1j ~ H ~ . c o .- ...., () ::J '"C o !..... 0.. oes Q) > .- ...., CO Q) !..... () CO o o N Agenda Item No. 10G October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 3 .-- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to award Contract #07- 4182, "Chiller Plant Renovation" to Kraft Construction Company, Inc. for the modifications and additions to the existing chiller plant, project 52533, in the amount of $1,739,000. OBJECTIVE: To gain approval from the Board of County Commissioners to award Contract #07-4182, "Chiller Plant Renovation" to Kraft Construction Company, Inc. for the modifications and additions to the existing chiller plant, Project 52533, in the amount of $1,739,000. CONSIDERATION: Approval of the Annex Construction GMP from Kraft Construction was approved by the BCC on 11/14/2006 (Item 10-F). The construction of the Courthouse Annex is progressing on schedule and will reach a stage in June of 2008 that will require air conditioning for interior construction in order to proceed. The Courthouse Annex Project anticipated that the additional chilled water required for air conditioning of the new building would exceed the existing capacity of the Main Complex Chiller Plant. To provide for the additional chilled water to the Annex. a line item was included in the current approved project budget for the expansion of the Main Chiller Plant. The $1,739,000 bid for Contract #07-4182 is within the current approved project budget. -- On July 30, 2007, formal, fixed price, bid invitations were posted in the lobby of Building G- Purchasing and distributed via the Electronic Bidding System to ninety three (93) firms that provide these services. On September 4, 2007, bids were received and opened from five (5) firms. Upon the review and evaluation of the fixed price bids, the Facilities Management Department determined that the lowest, "qualified and responsive" bidder is Kraft Construction Company Inc. The bid results are as follows: Kraft Construction Lodge Construction Company Higgins Construction Company Vanderbilt Bay Construction Air Mechanical $1,739,000.00 $1,781,883.00 $1,814,000.00 $1,814,000.00 $2,020,500.00 FISCAL IMPACT: The currently approved budget for Project 52533 contains a line item to expand the existing Chiller Plant and is adequate for the award of Contract #07-4182 to the low, lump sum, bidder, Kraft Construction. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The above items are consistent with the County's Master Space Plan. RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Board of County Commissioners 1) approves the award of Contract #07-4182 "Chiller Plant Renovation", Project 52533, to Kraft Construction Company. Inc. and 2) authorizes the Chairman to sign the agreement. PREPARED BY: Hank Jones, Project Manager, Department of Facilities Management .--. 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" " c " ~ 13 .. ~ ~ ~ ro ~ ~ " .. 1 ii .. ~ .. e ~ '" " i ~ J ~ . ~ . ~ ~ , ~ ~ . & " . ro E 1: ~ ~ '" " ~ ~ . ~ ~ '" 0 ,..~ 0 " ~ -~ ;,; t~ ~ E .~ ~ ~ ~~ D "8 '" c ~ ~ .. g- ." 1C o Agenda Item No. 10H October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 13 .~ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to adopt a Resolution authorizing the borrowing of an amount not to exceed $7,975,000 from the Pooled Commercial Paper Loan Program of the Florida Local Government Finance Commission pursuant to the loan agreement between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission in order to finance a portion of the construction of the Emergency Services Complex; authorizing the execution of a loan note or notes to evidence such borrowing; agreeing to secure such loan note or notes with a covenant to budget and appropriate legally available non-ad valorem revenues as provided in the loan agreement; authorizing the execution and delivery of such other documents as may be necessary to effect such borrowing; and providing an effective date, (Project 52160) - OBJECTIVE: To obtain approval from the Board of County Commissioners to adopt the attached Resolution authorizing the borrowing of an amount not to exceed $7,975,000 from the Pooied Commercial Paper Loan Program of the Florida Local Government Finance Commission pursuant to the loan agreement between the Board of County Commissioners and the Commission in order to finance a portion of the construction of the Emergency Services Complex under construction on Lely Cultural Parkway (Project 52160); authorizing the execution of a loan note or notes to evidence such borrowing; agreeing to secure such loan note or notes with a covenant to budget and appropriate legally available non-ad valorem revenues as provided in the loan agreement; authorizing the execution and delivery of such other documents as may be necessary to effect such borrowing; and providing an effective date. CONSIDERATIONS: A $1,859,400 contract with Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe Architects to design the Emergency Services Center (ESC) was approved by the Board on June 10, 2003, Agenda item 16B8. On September 13, 2005 the Board approved Agenda item 10H, a $91,750 contract change with Harvard Jolly to site adapt the ESC to Lely Cultural Parkway. The Site Development Pian (SOP) for the ESC and South Regional Library (SRL) was submitted on May 15,2006 and was approved on November 17, 2006. Kraft Construction Company Inc. (Kraft) was awarded a Construction Manager at Risk contract for the ESC on March 23, 2003, Agenda item 16E6. Kraft is performing all of the site work for the ESC and South Regional Library (SRL) as approved by the Board of County Commissioners on December 12,2006, Agenda item 10K Construction of the SRL was bid separately and award of the contract to Deangelis Diamond was approved by the BCC on Sept. 11, 2007, Agenda item 10-E. On March 27, 2007 Kraft submitted a $44,230,345 GMP proposal for the ESC building construction that was significantly above the budget estimates. Kraft Construction, the Facilities Management Department and the design professionals met to develop and evaluate potential items for reducing the proposed contract cost. Additionally, staff reviewed the furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) requirements to reduce project costs. -. A reduced GMP amount of $38,533,902 was presented to the BCC on April 24, 2007, Agenda item 10-A along with a reduction in the FF&E budget from $10M to $4.5M. The revised Project Executive Summary for ESe Loan Approval October 9, 2007 Page 2 Aaenda Item No 10H ... October 9, '2007 Page 2 of 13 Cost Estimate, including the GMP and revised Furniture Fixtures & Equipment (FF&E) budget presented was $55,643,104. The BCC approved Amendment No.2, for a GMP in the amount of $38,533,902, under Kraft CM at Risk Contract No. 04-3609, for the building construction portion of the Emergency Services Complex. As a condition of that approval, however, the BCC withheld approval of the Commercial Paper Loan pending 1) Productivity Committee review of the finish detaiis of the building to determine and recommend ways to reduce cost; 2) Staff evaiuation of the Productivity Committee's recommendations; 3) Staff agreement with the design professionals and Kraft as to what can be reduced without affecting the functionality of the building; and 4) a report to the BCC of the findings and recommendations together with any revisions to the Project Budget and the GMP Contract amount, along with a revised request for the Commercial Paper Loan to cover any funding shortfall. The Productivity Committee final report and recommendations were issued on September 24, 2007 (see attachment) and have been evaluated for implementation. The Committee originally recommended items for cost savings that were estimated at $322,448. Two fencing items estimated at $58,745 could not be implemented without affecting the security of the building and eligibility for state grants. An evaluation by staff, the Design Professional and Kraft Construction determined that some additional items, originaliy estimated at $55,210, actually had no net savings when cost of design changes and substitute materiais were considered. The balance of the recommended savings, totaling $208,493; have been implemented. A change order reducing the amount of the GMP by $208,493 has been processed. The proposed, revised Project Cost Estimates are: Project Cost Estimates Design Professional Services for Inspections and Misc. Fees Permitting and Impact Fees Site Work GMP (BCC approved 12/12/06, 10.K) Current Building GMP Owner provided equipment (Direct Material Purchases) Builder's Risk Insurance and Other Project Costs Commissioning (FF&E) Contingency TOTAL Project Estimated Costs $2.370,000 $810.600 $1,420,000 $4,195.820 $33.542.226 $6,340.390 $1.075.000 $4.500,000 $1,179.984 $55,434,620 2005 Bond Proceeds EMS Impact fee (FY2003) General Fund project support (1/3 mill) Commercial Paper (revised amount) SUBTOTAL Available Funds State Grants (anticipated)' TOTAL Funding Available Funds $40.156,000 $500,000 $3,670,000 $7.959,300 $52,285,300 $3.149,320 $55,434,620 Total estimated project excess (shortfall) $0 * The budget amendment(s) to recognize these revenues will be presented to the Board along with the two State construction-type grant contracts at a future Board meeting The Emergency Management Department will continue their efforts to secure additional grants Executive Summary for ESe Loan Approval October 9, 2007 Page 3 Agenda Item NO.1 OH October 9. 2007 Page 3 of 13 to assist in the purchase of FF&E for their Emergency Management's Operations Center. If additional grants are secured. the proceeds from these grants will be used to further reduce the reliance on Commercial Paper Loans. FISCAL IMPACT: A budget amendment Is needed to reduce the Emergency Operations Center project by $208,493 and reduce the revenues - loan proceeds within the County-Wide Capital Projects Fund 301. The ESC project received over $40 million in cash from the sale of the 2005 Capital Improvement Bond. During the FY2007 budget process, the project budget was increased by $10,339,000 ($2,170,000 in cash and the balance will come from the issuance of a commercial paper loan). Since this project has cash, the Commercial Paper Loan cash will not be requested until near the end of the project. A net loan amount of $7.959,300 Is required for this project; with fees and pre-paid interest a gross loan not to exceed $7,975,000 is recommended. Based on a 15 year commercial paper loan of $7,975,000, the estimated debt service payment next fiscal year will be approximately $977,700. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This request is consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Board of County Commissioners adopts the attached Resolution authorizing a loan in an amount not to exceed $7.975,000 from the Commercial Paper Loan Program and 2) approves the necessary budget amendment. PREPARED BY: Hank Jones, P.E.. Principal Project Manager, Department of Facilities Management Agenda Item NO.1 OH October 9. 2007 Page.4 of 13 RESOLUTION NO. 2007- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE BORROWING OF NOT EXCEEDING $7,975,000 FROM THE POOLED COMMERCIAL PAPER LOAN PROGRAM OF THE FLORIDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF THE LOAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COMMISSION AND THE COUNTY IN ORDER TO FINANCE THE ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN EMERGENCY SERVICES CENTER, INCLUDING THE REIMBURSEMENT OF CERTAIN COSTS INCURRED BY THE COUNTY IN CONNECTION THEREWITH,; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A LOAN NOTE OR NOTES TO EVIDENCE SUCH BORROWING; AGREEING TO SECURE SUCH LOAN NOTE OR NOTES WITH A COVENANT TO BUDGET AND APPROPRIATE LEGALLY A V AILABLE NON-AD VALOREM REVENUES AS PROVIDED IN THE LOAN AGREEMENT; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF SUCH OTHER DOCUMENTS AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO EFFECT SUCH BORROWING; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA: SECTION 1. DEFINITIONS. Unless the context of use indicates another meaning or intent, the following words and tenl1S as used in this Resolution shall have the following meanings. Capitalized terms not defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed thereto in the hereinafter defined Loan Agreement. "Act" means, collectively, Part I, Chapter 125, Florida Statutes, Part I, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, and all other applicable provisions oflaw. "Additional Payments" means the payments required to be made by the County pursuant to Sections 5.02(b), 5.02(c), 5.02(d), 5.05 and 6.06(e) of the Loan Agreement. "Board" means the Board of County COlmnissioners of the County. tlem i\io, 1CH :)ctober 9, 2007 PElge 5 of 3 "Chairman" means the Chairman or Vice Chairman of the Board, and such other person as may be duly authorized to act on his or her behalf. "Clerk" means the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the County, ex-oHicio Clerk of the Board, and such other person as may be duly authorized to act on his or her behalf. "Commission" means the Florida Local Government Finance Commission, and any assigns or successors thereto. "County" means Collier County, Florida, a political subdivision of the State of Florida. "County Manager" means the County Manager of the County or his designee and such other person as may be duly authorized to act on his or her behalf. "Designated Revenues" means (1) Public Agency Moneys budgeted and appropriated for purposes of payment of the Loan Repayments and any other amounts due nnder the Loan Agreement, and (2) tbe proceeds of the Loan pending the application tbereof. "Draw" means the borrowing of money under the Loan Agreement in accordance with Article !II thereof. "Loan" means the loan to be made by the Conunission to the County from proceeds of the Series A Notes in accordance with the tcmts of this Resolution and of the Loan Agreement. "Loan Agreement" means the Loan Agreement, dated as of April 12, 1991, between the County and the Commission, as amended and supplemented and as the same may be further amended and supplemented. "Loan No. A-37" means 1he Loan designated as "Loan No. A-37" the proceeds of which shall be used to finance a portion of the costs of Project A-37. "Loan Note" means a note of the County evidencing the obligations incurred under the Loan Agreement by the county on account of a Draw made in regard to a Loan, which shall be in substantially the form provided in Exhibit 1 to the Loan Agreement. "Loan Rate" has the meaning set forth in the Loan Agreement. "Loan Repayments" or "Repayments" means the payments of principal and interest at the Loan Rate on the Loan amounts payable by the County pursuant to the provisions of the Loan Agreement and all other payments, including Additional Payments, payable by the County pursuant to the provisions of the Loan Agreement. 2 Agenda item ~",jo. 1 OH October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 13 "Non-Ad Valorem Revenues" means all legally available revenues of the County derived from any source whatsoever other than ad valorem taxation on real and personal property, which are legally available to make the Loan Repayments required in the Loan Agreement, but only after provision has been made by the County for the payment of services and programs which are for essential public purposes affecting the health, welfare and safety of the inhabitants of the County or which are legally mandated by applicable law. "Program" means the Pooled Commercial Paper Loan Program established by the Commission. "Project A-37" means the costs and expenses relating to the acquisition and construction of an Emergency Services Center, as more particularly set forth in the plans and specifications on filc or to be on file with the County and as thc same may be amended or modified from time to time. "Public Agency Moneys" shall mcan the moneys budgeted and appropriated by the County for payment of thc Loan Repayments and any other amounts due hereunder from Non-Ad Valorem Revenues pursuant to the County's covenant to budget and appropriate such Non-Ad Valorem Revenues containcd in Section 6.04 of the Loan Agreement. "Resolution" means this Resolution, as the same may from time to time be amended, modified or supplemented. "Series A Notes" means the Commission's Pooled Commercial Paper Notcs, Series A (Governmental Issue), to be issued from time to time by the Commission. The terms "herein/r "hereunder," llhereby,1l I1hereto," "hereof," and any silnilar terms, shall refer to this Resolution; the term "heretofore" shall mean before the date of adoption of this Resolution; and the term "hereafter" shall mean after the date of adoption of this Resolution. Words importing the masculine gender include every other gender. Words importing the singular number include the plural number, and vice versa. SECTION 2. AUTHORITY FOR RESOLUTION. This Resolution IS adopted pursuant to the provisions of the Act. SECTION 3. declared that: FINDINGS. It is hereby ascertained, determined and (A) The Commission has been established for the principal purpose of issuing commercial paper notes in order to provide funds to loan to public agencies, such as the 3 /;u8:lda i't':-l1l1 r'jo. 10H " (Jc1ober g. 2007 Page 7 of ': 3 County, desiring to finance and refinance the cost of acquiring, constructing and equipping capital improvements and to finance and refinance other governmental needs. (B) In furtherance of the foregoing, the Commission shall issue, from time to time, commercial paper notes to be known as "Florida Local Government Finance Commission Pooled Commercial Paper Notes, Series A (Governmental Issue)" and shall loan the proceeds of such Series A Notes to public agencies, including the County. (C) Pursuant to the authority of the Act, the Commission has agreed to loan, from time to time, to the County such amounts as shall be authorized herein and in the Loan Agreement in order to enable the County to finance, reimburse or refinance the cost of acquisition, construction and equipping of capital improvements, including Project A- 37. (D) The County desires to borrow an amount not to exceed $7.975.000 in ordcr to finance a portion of the acquisition and construction of Project A-37. (E) The County hereby determines that the provision of funds by the Commission to the County in the form of Loan No. A-37 pursuant to the terms of the Loan Agreement and the financing of Project A-37 will assist in the development and maintenance of the public welfare of the residents of the County, and shall serve a public purpose by improving thc health and living conditions, and providing governmental services, facilities and programs and will promote the most efficient and economical development of such services, facilities and programs. (F) Loan No. A-37 shall be repaid solely from the Designated Revenues. Such Designated Revenues shall include moneys derived from a covenant to budget and appropriate legally available Non-Ad Valorem Revenues. The ad valorem taxing power of the County will never be necessary or authorized to make the Loan Repayments. (G) Due to the potential volatility of the market for tax-exempt obligations such as the Note or Notes to be issued evidencing Loan No. A-37, the complexity of the transactions relating to such Note or Notes and the uniqueness of the Program, it is in the best interest of the County to deliver the Note or Notes to the Commission pursuant to the Program by a negotiated sale pursuant to Section 218.385(1), Florida Statutes, allowing the County to utilize the Program in which it pmiicipates from time to time and to enter the market at the most advantageous time, rather than at a specified advertised date, thereby permitting the County to obtain the best possible price, issuance costs and interest rate for such Note or Notes. SECTION 4. TERMS OF LOANS. The County hereby approves of Loan No. A-37 in the aggregate amount of not exceeding $7,975,000 for the purpose of providing the County with sufficient funds to finance, refinance or reimburse the costs of Project A-37. The Chairman and the Clerk are hereby authorized to execute, seal and 4 Agenda Item No.1 OH October g. 2007 Page 8 of 13 deliver on behalf of the County the Loan Note and other documents, instruments, agreements and certificates necessary or desirable to effectuate the Loan as provided in the Loan Agreement. The Loan Note or Notes with respect to Loan No. A-37 shan reflect the tenns of such Loan and shall be substantially in the fonn attached to the Loan Agreement as Exhibit I. The County Manager shall determine the date or dates of funding of Loan No. A-37 in accordance with the terms of the Loan Agreement. The Loan shall mature on such date as the County Manager may determine prior to the issuance of the Loan Note for Loan No. A-37; provided, however, the final maturity of the Loan may not be later than the expiration date of the Letter of Credit (as defined in the Loan Agreement) at the time of the Draw. Loan No. A-37 shall bear interest at the Loan Rate in accordance with the terms of the Loan Agreement. Loan No. A-37 shall bear interest at the Loan Rate in accordance with the terms of the Loan Agreement. The County further agrees to make all Loan Repayments required of it pursuant to the terms of the Loan Agreement. The Letter of Credit fees for Loan No. A-37 shall be 30 basis points or such other amount as Wachovia Bank and the County Manager shall agree. SECTION 5. AUTHORIZATION OF PROJECT A-37. The County does hereby authorize the acquisition of Project A-37 and the reimbursement of any costs incurred by the County with respect to Project A-37 within the prior 60 days that are approved by bond counsel to the Program. SECTION 6. SECURITY FOR THE LOAN. The County's obligation to repay Loan No. A-37 will be secured by a pledge of and lien upon the Designated Revenues in accordance with the terms of the Loan Agreement. The obligation of the County to repay Loan No. A-37 shall not be deemed a pledge of the faith and credit or taxing power of the County and such obligation shall not create a lien on any property whatsoever of or in the County other than the Designated Revenues. SECTION 7. RESOLUTION TO CONSTITUTE CONTRACT. In consideration of the making of the Loan by the Commission, this Resolution shall be deemed to be and shall constitute a contract between (i) the County and (ii) the Commission and its successors and assigns (the Commission and its successors and assigns hereinafter referred to as the "Lender"). The pledge and agreements of the County herein set fOlih shall be for the benefit, protection and security of the Lender. SECTION 8. GENERAL AUTHORITY. The members of the Board and the officers, attorneys and other agents or employees of the County are hereby authorized to do all acts and things required of them by this Resolution and the Loan Agreement, or desirable or consistent with the requirements of this Resolution and the Loan Agreement, for the full punctual and complete perfonnance of all the terms, covenants and agreements contained in this Resolution and the Loan Agreement, and each member, employee, attorney and officer of the County or its Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver any and all papers and instruments and to do and cause to 5 ,l\gerJda Item r~o. 101-1 October 9. 2007 Page 9 of 13 be done any and all acts and things necessary or proper for carrying out the transactions contemplated by this Resolution and the Loan Agreement. SECTION 9. SEVERABILITY. If anyone or more of the covenants, agreements or provisions herein contained shall be held contrary to any express provision of law or contrary to the policy of express law, though not expressly prohibited, or against public policy, or shall for any reason whatsoever be held invalid, then such covenants, agreements or provisions shall be null and void and shall be deemed separable from the remaining covenants, agreements or provisions and shall in no way affect the validity of any of the other provisions hereof. SECTION 10. REPEAL OF INCONSISTENT RESOLUTIONS. All resolutions or parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby superseded and repealed to the extent of such conflict. SECTION 11. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption. DULY ADOPTED this day of October, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORJDA (SEAL) By: Chairman ATTEST: Dwight E. Brock, Clerk Deputy Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENCY: David C. Weigel County Attorney 6 COLLffiR COUNTY GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIVITY COMMITTEE 330 I East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34] 12 Agenda Item No.1 OH October 9.2007 Page 10 of 13 September 24, 2007 Board of County Commissioners 3301 E Tamiami Trial Naples FL 34112 Subject: Final Report-Productivity Committee's "value engineering" Review of the Finishing Detail of the new Emergency Operations Center Dear Commissioners: On April 24, 2007, the Board of County Commissioners requested that the Productivity Committee conduct a "value engineering" review of the "finishing detail" of the new Emergency Operations Center, to determine if there are less expensive ways to achieve the same results. As a result, the Productivity Committee formed a subcommittee consisting of me (Syd Blum), Bob Bennett, Georgia Hiller, and Joe Swaja. I wish to sincerely thank Hank Jones and Mike McKenzie for their expertise and professionalism. They were well prepared to answer all of our questions. In addition, Bonnie Baer from the Clerk's Office also provided valuable insight. Staff indicated a sincere willingness to coordinate with the Productivity Committee's EOC Value Engineering Subcommittee for an overall review of county construction costs. With the help and guidance of Hank Jones and Mike McKenzie, we were able to identify roughly $200,000.00 worth of "unnecessary" items from the new EOC building. There may be additional items to potentially remove when KRAFT sends its revised vendor estimates that have been requested by staff. Staff had already identified approximately 2 million dollars in items already earmarked for removal before our review. At this juncture, the Productivity Committee's EOC Value Engineering Subcommittee feels that all due diligence has been exercised to get the new EOC building to its BARE BONES footprint. Hank Jones has informed us that several of the cuts proposed by the Productivity Committee have already been implemented. COLLIER COUNTY GOVERNMENT PRODUCTnnTYCO~nlEE 3301 East Tamiaml Trail Naples, FL 34112 Agenda 11em No. i OH October 9. 2007 Page 11 of 13 It is suggested that in the future, if the Board would like the Productivity Committee to be involved in the review process of large capital projects, we suggest early involvement, from inception thru design, so that the County might be able to get the best value for our money. Attached, please find our proposed cuts which were approved by the Productivity Committee on September 19, 2007. Respectfully submitted, s~~@ Chairman of the EOC Value Engineering Subcommittee ~ ~fh,'), JoK"'n Barlow ~ Chairman of the Productivity Committee cc: Jim Mudd, County Manager 2 Productivity Committee Value Engineering Review of the Finishing Detail of the new Collier County Emergency Operations Center 9/19/07 Prooosed bv Productivity Committee Estimated Savin~s Eliminate granite inlay on sign -$10,000 Eliminate decorative gates (roll-up grilles) -$31,000 Eliminate metal fIXed grilles (std utility grilles) Unknown Substitute chain link for ornamental fence -$78,110 Eliminate entrance gate -$14,456 Eliminate decorative wood wall-covering Unknown Eliminate crown molding -$2.727 Substitute metal rail for glass Unknown Eliminate tile inlays at entry -$4,320 Eliminate remaining decorative ceiling in entry -$15,150 Cbange recessed motorized projection screens to slrl pull-down surtitce mount -$1,450 Eliminate Additional Security Features Unknown Alternate Design for HV AC Dehumidification Unknown HV AC System, Delete Excess Co2 Sensors -$12,700 Delete Fm-200 Gaseous Fire Suppression Systems in Small Remote Communication Room (IDF) On Each Floor -$75,740 Eliminate Trash Chute Unknown Eliminate Integral Window Blinds in Fire Rated Windows -$8,296 Agenda Item NO.1 OH October 9. 2007 Page 12 of 13 Current Status of Prowse<! Cut IMPLEMENTED Not Implemented (no savings projected) Not implemented (no savings projected) IMPl.EMENTED Not Implemented (security issue) Not Implemented (no savings projected) IMPLEMENTED Not Implemented (no savinS' projected) IMPLEMENTED IMPLEMENTED IMPLEMENTED Under Review Not implemented IMPLEMENTED IMPLEMENTED Not implemented (no savings projected) IMPLEMENTED Page 1 of I ;,qsnda item r~Q, 1ClH - (lrj;JtJe'- ~!_ 2007 rage nol 13 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: "DH Item Summary: "-:c'c;,;.rLrnp'l~,,\IGr1 'J) <'IGOpt:-j F?esolutlon ,,":I-.ori~.ing !lle tJO'I'(h\ "~. of e;n ,W',,),,<1\ not:r> ';'x~e'O(j S7 \,7~,.()OO f'em) Ine Pcoled Ccrnr,'Hcla: raper l,Oiln Prog,;o"" :l! t:le 11~)r"j8 Lc" al -"v~",-,r"k"rlf ~lr',a,lUo C()rnrTl'$~.r()r'. aurc'ua'IIID !I',,, I'~,a'. 8greE'In'On! 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" Meeting Date; IO"'Ji)!Di 0.00 (j(', ,\M Prepared By H~"k J",ws ,""n"'.~: '>." -~ ):"nl~tl'" Delf' :\,;,Tli!w;~r"::"''" >",rVIC(';'. :"b' di!'~s rt, ,r-.~~cr"""t ~127.'Loa7 1 1~:n ?r,1 Approwd By Si'.'f_' '':::.'nlp_C;C' ,'.( '",.il,l-,~:, r:" ."'~t''')('''' lli"C( ,Of C;:'l{' t,drrri"istr:'ii'Jc,':?r',',,:;w; 'II",,,,,, M;;"",)C'rcIf'L1t ,1::,:2007" n? l-'M ApprowdHy rHIc:,,,I'j,,!'f'r; ,.:t"',,,~1 ,m',; ~;"" "', i',',,,,,n: er"'O' [JnIE ",C-i;-<lf"J" ',(.'r',d~,,~ ,"-rlP"fl "':'IVieS",, :,i',-;1"-'I'1 ,,'-~7 ','YiI.\ 42 ;'Iv' Approved By '"'c::--.,,,'d;n" ",''''.' ',11-",jl" ;'dY',j [,ni'" r\,;"",,,,,,,..',li'''''S,-'' 'I~".<; "\I,."1\,1',on" ~')n";G()V ";;,!!121107 h:43 AM Approved By :~us"n vs;w, 'c,'r.""" Man~gilr"c'"'.ff,Jud".,, '~"~', ~l OJW ';(j(mt',. ManJ()er'sCiff,uJ IYfiv'ofM"n39';rnent S. BulllJ"l u,'2,J!20Q7 H1:55 AM Approved By 1\',c:I1Je! Smykov/ski 1'.;Jr"''lomtim& BlJdyrct!),nctor DiHe Co'-'nly Mar,~gN's Off,ce 0fhcB vi Man~gol',ent ,~. eud~Bl 1ll!J:20GI S 'W AM Approved By J"'Tle~ V. ('~LJdo Cow"y M1l:'''''ior W2tF BGardof Cc:umy C0\1nt)'F-J.,.,.,aw,'-'<- :!tfjce 10::l.'200712:00PM c:omn:is(.iunf>rs file://C:\AgelldaTcSl\Export\90~Octobcr%209, %202007\ I O.%20COUNTY%20MANAGER.. 10/3/2007 , Agenda Item No.1 01 October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 12 ,...~~ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve the projects identified below for SAP integration services from Labyrinth Solutions, Inc. d/b/a LSI Consulting for approximately $1. 7M plus travel expenses, and to amend Contract No. 07-4092 "SAP Upgrade Project" with Labyrinth Solutions, Inc. d/b/a LSI Consulting with Exhibit A-1, Amendment #1. OBJECTIVE: To continue to further the County's investment in its SAP solution. CONSIDERATIONS: Collier County has been using SAP as its primary financial management application since January, 2003, and recently completed an upgrade with the assistance of LSI Consulting to the latest software version - SAP ECC 6.0. This upgrade enables the Board, the Clerk of Courts, and the Supervisor of Elections agencies to continue to modernize and integrate several business functions. Based on Collier County's vision and key objectives, staff members from the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of Courts (SAP Roadmap Team) have identified a three (3) - five (5) year road map of strategic SAP priorities. These priorities may be found in "SAP Collaborative Value Assessment for Collier County, Florida." In August 2007, the SAP Roadmap Team met and prioritized projects based on the following criteria: . Process Standardization and Financial Integrity: To continue to strengthen the core SAP modules in an effort to streamline financial processes and reduce data entry for departments and central units (Procurement and Purchasing Card Enhancements). . Growth / Reform and Risk Reduction: To consider the SAP solution for the management of the County's work orders and capital projects; capturing components of inventory control, work order deployment and construction management integrated into the County's financial infrastructure (Public Utilities Work Orders, Asset Management and Accounts Receivable; Project Management). The SAP Roadmap Team recommends that the Board of County Commissioners approve and fund the following projects for implementation, and approve the additional, and ongoing use of LSI Consulting per the terms and conditions of contract #07-4092, "SAP Upgrade Project." Source of Funding and Projected Projected Project I Module Cost Implementation Date Purchasing Card Board: $150,000; plus travel paid by January - March Board 2008 Purchasing Enhancements Board: $300.000; pius travel paid by October 2007 - Board March 2008 Public Utilities Work Public Utilities: $1,250,000; plus travel October 2007 Orders, Asset paid by Public Utilities Management and Accounts Receivable <"'- Agenda Item NO.1 01 October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 12 The SAP Roadmap team recommends an amendment to Contract #07 -4092 "SAP Upgrade Project" for additional services to be acquired through the use of a purchase order and proposal from LSI Consulting. Purchase orders for additional services costing $200,000 or less will be approved by the Purchasing Director. Purchase orders for additional services in excess of $200,000 will require approval by the Board of County Commissioners. Changes to Board approved purchase orders in excess of ten percent (10%) will be returned to the Board for approval. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this Executive Summary. FISCAL IMPACT: This project work is expected to not exceed $1,700,000 plus travel expenses. The Board will fund approximately $450,000 plus all travel expenses outlined above, and Public Utilities will fund approximately $1.250.000 plus travel expenses. Travel expenses are estimated to be approximately 15% (or $255,000) of the projected project costs. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners 1) approves the three projects to begin immediately, 2) approves funding for projects and travel based on projected costs presented, 3) amends Contract No. 07-4092 to Labyrinth Solutions. Inc. d/b/a LSI Consulting with Exhibit A-1 Contract Amendment #1, and 4) authorizes the Chairman to sign Exhibit A-1 Contract Amendment #1 after County Attorney review and approval. PREPARED BY: Joanne Markiewicz, Operations Manager. Purchasing Department Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page 1 of ] f',QencJa Item No 101 ~ Clclober- 9, 2007 PagE' 3 of 12 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 01 F:c'commerd81;on lC apptr \/12 the l.lriJj8Gts id€ntlfied b81DW for SAP Il11i!'Jtatlon ~et'"ices from dl~)fT"1Ir1 SolLitlo:lS tr'c dirJI:; LSi Consulring ior appro;<,lrnately $1 7M pius tra-Iel expens,,~ :lrld 10 Clme1d (,~O' (,act l'w 0'" 'ID':'2 SAP I)ogr;:;de ProWl;' Wlln Ld~)yrHltr; Solut;o"o Ine tl/bla ~ ';';i Cu'-'SUlrlrlp ',.,.,tn [jr',IL'it ,:',---1 f\rner,drnonl #i (Lei'" PI,'(~e, Allrninrstr,,!ive ;:;<,rv',~",s ,rjrnII1IHI'8turi IlI.'cl' "),'/;' ;;OOD(';,M Date Prepared By .lo,mnE M~rkiewicl il,drni"i.;.trMlveServicr:s Operations Man~r.er r-'urdJfI~ing 3i2BI20071:08;29PM Dille Approved By L\'nlNooeJ t',JrwnislriltivcSer"ic,,"s P"rch!;)~ingt'gem "'ll'Un:;inrJ tiZa/2()07 3:~5 PM :',ate Approved 8y BMr\,t.X(,ir;,ti Administr"tivtc Servic~, Inf"l'm~\i{)n -r..;;hrr,,;o>JY [j'r(O"\'o' infonl1~*'IlT"ch"ol"q" 8!2BI20CY!4:28 PM ~ l "Ie Approved By TIHllTlilSWid'-'S Pu!:llk iJtilili()~ :)per,'tinn<i Dir<;,.'c!or I'''bl", L_'lil;ti,,~ C)""Hali )1]" .~i:::il,'2'J0; I;SI i'M e'Me Approved By r;\"v',Cilcn"li i,d,,.,imo,'oti'.'eS"r\'ICIi!s "'-'f"h""I'lC;IG"""",,,! 'O\"';s i::',rr"Cl<>r PurOl;h;!'9 H,;~9!2r}()7' 2,::'0 "M 'Jat" Approvetl By U"'(;"I;kn Prrc" Arh,ini-5lrative5ervices i,d!n;;m'lrauv"~;""ii(;"" "d",;n,,,r,-:<wr '\dmllli5\r"tiveSarvie,%Admin [i,'2W20Q73;34PM [Jnte Approved By Susan U~he,r Ccounty M.anager's Office S0niarMan~ll"merl!l8ljqgeIAn,'lysl OffiC<l01 Managernenl/i. f'JudgO! 8i30i2()07 5:23 PM DatI) Approl'etl By C".18Coordinal'c,r f\lJministrativeS,-,rvices ApplicJtionsAn.alys\ InforrnationTecilnology Si2Ci20078:19 AM D~te Approved By JOI1IlAYonkm',ky PUbhc Utilities Utilily Billing Dir\>ctor UBCS S!2Si20G71147 {,M D~le Approved By Mich;;el Srnykowski CCH"'!yMaroager'somce Manl>gemerot& Slldget Director ornce of Mllnagement & Budgel 1011/20074:15 PM Dnte Approved By James\', Mudd Sa,H'd of County Comrnis"ion"rs C(lumyW,an'1ger County Mana(jer's Office 10!212Q071226PM file://C:\AgtndaT est\ExpOli\90-0ctobcr%209, %202007\ 1 O. %20COUNTY%20MANAGER_. 10/312007 4. Statement of Work Prepared for: Collier County Government Prepared by: Bruce Bellemare, Director, Sales and Marketing Shyam Jajodia, Managing Partner Tuesday, August 28, 2007 Proposal number: Collier 08030 Agenda Item No. 101 October 9. 2007 Page 4 of 12 LSI Consulting" \Ii;'p can ",,* '~OiJ! $OI,JI;()1"l fr<:;'TI h"r€ ~ LSI Consulting <<Address~ <<Address>>, ~Address>> <<Address>> T 508.243.9509 F 781.648.2571 www.lsiconsulting.co:n Agenda Item NO.1 01 October 9. 2007 Page 5 of 12 .'-Igenda Item NO.1 01 October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 12 This Statement of Work (SOW) is a result of the Agreement #07-4092 between Collier County Government and LSI Consulting, Inc. dated February 27, 2007. All terms and conditions of Agreement #07-4092 shall prevail. Purposc and Scopc of Work Following the successful upgrade from SAP R/3 Release 4.6C to SAP 2005. Collier County wishes to investigate areas of further return on its SAP investment to and to consolidate additional support and Citizen Services into this integrated platform. As requested by Collier County, LSI Consulting has revicv..'ed the SAP Value Engineering analysis draft and discussed it with the Collier County SAP Program Steering Committee to ascertain the Committee's priorities. rhe presentation for that discussion is attached to this proposal as Attachment I. Based on t111s review and discussion, we propose the following Statement uf Work for imtial Phase I acti\'ities. This Statement of Work addresses fpur sub~rroJeets identified under this prioritization: . lmplementiJtion of Cash Jllumal for certain cash handling areas withm the County . Implementation of basic Account.s Receivahle fl.lllcti(lIlulity' j()r miscelJancous billing Implementation of Purchasing Card l\'lanagement and Reconciliation functh1nality . Implementation of Various Functions till' Optimi;:ation ur Pun::hasing pruccsses . Implementation of Budget Control Sy1cl1l . Implementation of Solution \t1;mager . Implementation ofP.l'.D, Maintenance Management Project 1 Cash Journal The County does not cUlTently use Cash Journal fUllctionality. This functionahty offers the following capabilities. Ability to create balanced entry for cash receipts and payments Ability to have general ledger accounts dctem1ined automatically based on business transaction Ability to reconcile cash by cashier Stafting Time Senior Financials Consultant 176 hours Countv Cash Accountant O.R HE County ABAP Develoner 0.25 HE The cost of this project is estimated in the range of$30,000 to $50,000. A mini blueprint will be conducted to finalize the duration and cost of the project. Expected Staffing for Blueprint Estimated Time Senior Financials Consultant 20 hours County Cash Accounting SME 20 hours Countv General Ledger SME 10 hours 1 LSI - Collier sow 07.31.07 Agenda Item NO.1 01 October 9, 2007 Page 7 of 12 Project 2 Basic Accounts Receivable The County currently uses Accounts Receivable functionality for certain types of accounts receivable but would like to ex- tend its use to Miscellaneous Utilities Billing. This functionality offers the following capabilities. Ability to maintain customer accounts Ability to enter invoices and credit memos Ability to enter cash receipts and clear invoices Ability to report open items by customer Integration to SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) is not included as the County will not be using SO. The following staffing estimate is provided for budgeting purposes only. Expected Staffing for Project Estimated Time Senior Financials Consultant 480-960 hours Senior ABAP Consultant 240-480 hours County Accounts Receivable SME 0.8 FTE County General Ledger SME 0.25 FTE COLlnty ABAP Developer 0.25 FTE The cost of this project is estimated in the range of$1 O(l,OOO to $200,000. A mini blueprint will be conducted to finalize the duration and cost and of the project. Expected Staffing for Blueprint Estimated Time Senior financials Consultemt 40 hours County Accounts Receivable SME 40 hours County General Ledgcr SME 20 hours County ABAP Developer 20 hours Other County personnel as directed by SMEs Attend meetings to provide input Project 3 Procurement Card Management and Reconciliation The County currently uses a procurement card process which requires entries in two separate systems and a cumbersome reconciliation process. The County would like to implcment an efficient procurement card-based procurement process that minimizes the steps re- quired and eliminates reconciliation issues. This functionality offers the following capabilities. Ability to drastically reduce steps required to procure and pay for small purchases Improved service to requisitioning depmtments Redirect cffOlt in Purchasing to more value added activities The functionality for this application will be developed to enhance existing FI functionality. The following staffing estimate is provided for budgeting purposes only. Expected Staffing for Project Estimated Time Senior Financials Consultant 480,640 hours Senior ABAP Consultant 120-240 hours Senior Workflow Consultant 80 hours County Purchasing SME 0.8 FTE County Accounts Payable SME 0.8 FTE County General Ledger SME 0.5 FTE County ABAP Devc10ner 0.25 FTE The cost of this project is estimated in the range of $1 00,000 to $150,000 A mini blueprint will be conducted to finalize the duration and cost and of the project. Expected Staffing for Blueprint LSI - Collier sow 07.31.07 Estimated Time 2 Agenda Item r,o. 101 October 9, 2007 Page 8 of 12 Senior Financials Consultant 80 hours Senior ASAP Consultant 40 hours County Purchasing SME 40 ho UTS County Accounts Payable SME 40 hours County General Ledger SME 20 hours County ASAP Developer 20 hours Project 4 Various Functions for Improvement of Procurement Processes The COLloty cLllTently has several impediments to s11100thly working of procurement processes. The goods receipt and invoice verification process is hampered by a requirement Ii)!" an exact match County docs not send purchase orders to vendors Contracts not set up with framework orders Approval processes need redesign Vendor master needs restructuring Worktlov.' requires SAP logon The CDunty would like to implement efliClcnt and dTeetlve procurement processes that: Streamline the invoice verificatiun process PrClvide the ability to record goods returns Notify \/endors of PO temlS Allow better monitoring of contracts Allow approvals om he provided and recorded cfticicntly Ensure that bill to and remit to addresscs are COlTec! Integrate Worktlow with Microsoft Outlook The functionality for these applications \vill be developed to enhance existing MM and Fl functionality. The following staff.. ing estimate is provided for budgeting purposes only. Expected Staffing for Project Estimated Time Senior Materials Management Consultant 640-960 hours Senior ABAP Consultant 120-240 hours Senior Workflow Consultant 80 hours County Purchasing SM E 0.8 FTE County Accounts Payable SME 0.8 FTE County General Ledger SME 0.5 FTE County ABAP Developer 0.25 FTE The cost of this project is estimated in the range of $150,000 to $300,000 A mini blueprint will be conducted to finalize the duration and cost and of the project. Expected Staffing for Blueprint Estimated Time Senior Materials Management Consultant 80 hours Senior Financials Consultant . 40 hours County Purehasillll SME 40 hours County Accounts Payable SME 40 hours County General Ledger SME 20 hours County ABAP Developer 20 hours Project 5 Budget Control S)'stem The County cUlTently uses fonner budgcting to support its budget maintenance and monitoring process. The County wishes to implement the SAP Budget Control System (BCS) to support its budget maintenance and monitoring process. BCS pro- vides LSI - Collier sow 07.31..07 3 Agenda Item No. 101 October 9, 2007 Page 9 of 12 Flexible definition of availability checking rules Ability to load budget data from a spreadsheet A Function and Funded Program based budget Simpler online budget transfer capability Required functionality for Grants Management The fi)lIowing staffing estimate is provided for budgeting purposes only. Expected Staffing for Project Estimated Time Senior Materials Management Consultant 640,960 hours Senior ASAP Consultant 120-240 hours Senior Workflow Consultant 80 hours County Purchasing SME 0.8 FTE County Accounts Payable SME 0.8 FTE County General Ledger SME 0.5 FTE County ASAP Developer 0.25 FTE The cost of this project is estimated in the range nf$J 50,000 to $300,000 A mini hlueprint will be conducted to finalize the duration and cost and of the project. Expected Staffing for Blueprint Estimated Time Senior Public Sector Financials Consultant 80 hours Senior ABAP Consultant 40 hours County Budgeting SME (Clerk) 40 hours County Budgeting SME (BCe) 40 hours County General Ledger SM E 20 hours County ABAP Developer 20 hours Project 6 Solution Manager Implementation LSI consulting services shall configure the system landscape within the Solution Manager system and setup automatic system discovery and software inventory. Duration: I week. Deliverable: . Demonstration of the automated discovery and inventory of SAP software modules throughout the SAP system land- scape. LSI consulting services shall configure and setup the EW A reporting system that is used as a basis for performance and Service Level Agreements. Duration: ] week. Deliverable: . Produce a completed Early Watch Report for all systems in the SAP landscape. LSI consulting services shall configure and setup Change Management system within Solution manager to facilitate SAP Main~ tenance Optimizer for patch downloads from SAP. Duration: 1 week. Deliverable: . Demonstrate the download and deployment of one set of patches using the Maintenance Optimizer, LSJ consulting services shall configure and setup the Change Management system within Solution Manager to facilitate ongoing maintenance and emergency issue tracking and related transports in the Transport Management System. Duration: 3 to 4 weeks. Deliverable: . Demonstrate the Change management system by tracking an emergency issue end to end with transport solution. LSI consulting services shall configure and setup CCMS- Central Monitoring System in Solution Manager as the basis for alerts and task lists for daily monitoring and health of the SAP computer systems. Duration: 3 to 4 weeks. LSI - Collier sow 07.31.07 4 Agenda Item No.1 01 October 9, 2007 Page 10 of 12 Deliverable: . Demonstrate the working Central monitoring system and train on its usage in daily system administration activities. LS I consulting services shall configure and setup olle Business Prnccss Monitor as an example for proof of concept. Durntion: 2 week to 4 weeks. Deliverable: . Setup and demonstrate one Business Process Monitor for tracking FTP upload interface. LSI consulting to provide training on the use of Solution Manager within the scope of the project. Duration: 1 week. Deliverable: . Deliver ongomg training where needed and provIde documentation. The following staffing estimate is providcd for budgeting pUrpllSCS only. Expected Staffing for Project Estimated Time Senior Solution Manager Consultant 4~O-640 hours County technical Manager 0.25 FTE County Basis SME 0.75 FTE County Technical lead (James) 0.30 FTE Pro.ject 7 PUD Maintenance Management The County docs not currently use SAP for Maintenance Management. The Goal of the PUD Maintenance Management project would be to provide a comprehensive SAP maintenance management solution integrated with the CountJ"s SAP finance and logistics systems. Key functionality/benefits would include: Ability to track maintainable assets in SAP Plant Maintenance with GIS integration Ability to create notifications and ,,"'ork orders Ability to track costs by work order, location worked on, wOI'k center, etc. Ability plan preventative and predictive maintenance Ability to integrate with materials management to plan matedal requirements Ability to charge labor cost based on time The cost of this project is estimated in the range of 5700,000 to $1,050,000 The following staffing estimate is provided for budgeting purposes only. Expected Staffing for Project Estimated Time Senior SAP Plant Maintenance Consultant 960 J 440 hours Senior Materials Mana!:':ement Consultant 640 - 960 Hours Senior ABAP Consultant 640 - 960 Hours Senior Workflow Consultant 640 - 960 Hours Senior GIS Consultant 640 960 Hours County Maintenance Management Lead 0.80 County Technical ASAP SME 0.50 FTE County Maintenance Management SME(s) 0.30 (multiDJe SME's)FTE County Purchasing SME 0.25 FTE LSI - Collier sow 07.31,07 5 Agenda Item NO.1 01 October 9. 2007 Page 11 of 12 Summary of Projects The following provides the duration and cost summary for the above projects, PrOieet Duration Cost Cash Journal ] month $30,000, $50,(100 Basic Accounts Receivable 3-6 months $] 00,000 ' $200.000 Procurement Card 3-4 months $] 00,000 ' $150,000 Procurement Process o;;timization 4-6 months $] 50,000 ' $300,000 Budi!'ct Control S,'stem 3-6 months $] 50,000 ' $300,000 Solution Manaper 3-4 months $ 84,000 ' $1 ] 2,()OO PUD Maintenance Manapcment 6-9 months S700,000, $1 ,OSIJ,OOO Total All Proiects $ L3] 4,OOIJ ' $2,) 62,000 All costs above <Ire exclusive of travel. No separate project management is included in the cost estimates. As mini blueprints for each project are completed addenda to this statement of work will he issued to finalize the amounts. LSI - Collier sow 07.31.07 6 Agreed to on the __day of _,____ _._-----_._.~--~ Shyamal Jajodia Managing Partner LSI Consulting LSI - collier sow 07.31.07 ,2007: Name_________ Title Collier County Government Name Title .___.______________ Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Courts .I\genda Item 1'0. 101 October 9. 2007 Page 12 of 12 7 Agenda Item No.1 OJ October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Authorize a request from the Collier County Department of Emergency Management in conjunction with the County Attorney's Office to develop a fee structure for reviewing facility emergency plans, Plauned Uuit Developmeuts, Developments of Regional Impact, recovering cost for extended emergency responses and certain training programs OBJECTIVE: To obtain Board of County Commissioner ("BCC") direction to develop a fee schedule and collection process in accordance with the 2008 budgetary revenue target for consideration by the Development Services Advisory Committee ("DSAC") for the plans review by Emergency Management statf. CONSIDERATIONS: The budgct guidance fj'om the BCC via the County Manager's office to consider alternate sources of revenUe. Plan Review services are now provided by Emergency Management staff with no compensation. Staff is seeking to review compensation for services. To pursue this budgetary revenue target, the Department of Emergency Management is seeking approval from the Board to develop a lee schedule and collection process from the sources below. Emergency Management staff will bling DSAC's comments in regard to a fee schedule and collection process to the BCC at a future BCC meeting for consideration and direction Sources of fees will include: . The review of emergency plans and procedures from care facilities identified by the Agency for Health Care Administration referenced in general statute(Rule 9G-20, F.A.C.) as being eligible for plan review fees by local emergency management offices. . Staff time for reporting and tracking of Plmmed Unit Developments (PUD) and review of Developments of Regional Impact (DRI) and their amendments. Emergency Management has not had a fonnal administrative process for this plan review, but currently reviews all plans forwarded by the Community Development and Environmental Services Division to address the emergency management impacts noted in items A-D below. COES will be asked to collect such fees on behalf of Emergency Management when the appropiate application or submittal is received. Plan reviews by the Department of Emergency Management may include, but not be limited to: A) review of any urban wildfire concerns, B) evacuation routes, C) potential impact on local evacuation shelters. 0) Muliti-hazard concerns such as proximity to hazardous materials storage. E) on-site storage of hazardous materials. These would be separately identified fees. A status report on this fee collection intiative will be submitted to the BCC after review by the Development Services Advisory Committee(DSAC). . Staff review of emergency plans filed by both internal and external businesses and governmental agencies when their emergency plans must be filed with the local emergency services or emergency management office for federal or state regulatory compliance. - ,.u,genda item No, 10J October 9, 2007 Page 2 of 3 . Charge participants for classroom trammg hosted by the Bureau (or any department within the Bureau) in situations where grant funds have not been allocated for the specific program. These charges will be reasonable and customary to otlset the cost associated with printing, instructors. and classroom needs to meet the many unfunded mandates for training required by the Department of Homeland Security, State Office of the Fire Marshal, Department of Forestry, National Fire Protection Association and State Division of Emergency Management. Emergency response charges to a responsible party when the costs associated with a complica1ed emergency response or for an extended duration, can be connected to a responsible party, such as a hazardous materials shipper or negiligent party whose actions generated excessive cost and emergency actions to evacuate or protect property and immediate enviornmental concern, The ordinance(s) will hclp defray the costs cUlTently expended to review emergency plans, conduct training and reduce costs associated with extended emergency responsc situations. l<lSCAL IMPACT: There is no liscal impact associated with this executive summary, If the recommended amendments to the ordinance are approved during the subsequent advertised public hearing, it is expected that an additional amount of approximately $99,000 lor FY 08 will be collected and deposited into Fund (001)-14210. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth m'Ulagement impact related to this request. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: Staff will coordinate with the County Attorney's Office in order to review for legal sufficiency prior to the tinal fee schedule and collection process being presented to the Board for consideration. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners direct the Emergency Management Department to develop a fee schedule and collection process for consideration by the Board of County Commissioners, at a future meeting. Prepared By: Judy Scribner, Human Services Program Manager, Emergency Management Department Page 1 of ] ,A,90r>da lIem No, 1[J,J ():;tol)(';~ g, 2007 r;.\age 3 of3 COLLIER COUNTY SOtlRD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: 10J ;'_Lltnarc," '" [[qU(,S\ frun ,~w ((,llief CQUllty D<epar!rllenl ()f [~me'g2nGV Manfl\jemen1.n '~(\I):unr,:ll(ln 'N,lh l'le CJUi'lty ,.o"ltomli'js :Jitice 10 !lSV8Io:, Ci ;0", ',!ructpre for reviewii'l? ('llwr~1t';]cy [.li,m~ oit", .-Jevel::Jprnunl ;'1iiJ-",' ",1(1 res(I',,"nng cost tell extenDed er"ET~le'1:y [f"SpO;"\-:::',' cmd ',:I '-!,"'1 'rainmq pr~)qn~n1s (D,w :;Lirnln"r~ i-::fllEelg(;II(',' r'.!'.'Jn,J(l""-'h'l~ [)lm:.lUr, Meeting Date: ,(\!8'2Cn;" ')()OC-"M PI"cpared By Judy Scribner Casf.'Management S,lperviscr Date PubhcServices H,.usmg & Human Service5 9124120071(i:09.fi!:!AM Approved By O~n E:, $umnH'rs B'jrea" of Emerclencv Ser";c"~ Director :C~te County Mar,ager's Offlr." Bureali ol Em""gency ~;",rv!cer, 9,;[4;;[0(;75:11 PM Appruved By Jos',rl> t<.. Sctllnitl r:()r\lmumty Dev"lnpmGfll 1> f~nV'r()flln""t8! S"t'."G'" hd'nl"''Jtr~tnr UJtr c;,m,mul1;:YD"velop'llen1& Fnvironrn",nt;;ISNv,ces Ci1nomm'I~\, r'"velq,menl & :'.nviwnm""tnl Servic'-,sAdmlrl 9.'%S!1CUi 5:1,. PM Appro\'('dRy -!fH1n'!'"ri,_ SC'lpc.dio ;'v,""':"11T. ',0W11', f>ttorn", CJate ';GlJI',ly At!:(,..",,:! -.""n~ \' t, 1\ om,,), ()rfiL~' 1()!,,!2007 ~2:(Hi PM Allproved By j,"llGs,V,Muld ';>:WI1\\' M~na[!('-" ,j"\8 Doar<J ofCl>umy Count',- ~'.~n"Cl~-""" (Yfic(' W.-':'i2DCi7', ~n Pli_ Cornm;<,$;onV'$ file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober%209, %202007\ 1 0.%20COUNrY%20MANAG ER,. 10/3/2007 Agenda Item No. 10K October 9, 2007 Page 1 of4 - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Obtain Board of County Commissioner authorization to modify the late fees assessed to the Public for Rental Registration OBJECTIVE: That the Board of County Commissioners authorize Code Enforcement personnel to modify the fee assessed for late Rental Registration which will be included in a comprehensive amendment to the Fee Schedule for Community Development and Environmental Service Division. CONSIDERATION: The Code Enforcement Department has been administering a Rental Registration Program since 1996 with amendments to the program over the years. The program was put in place to provide a more expedient way to make contact with out of State/County property owners to correct violations were found on their property. Additionally, the Rental Registration program includes an inspection process to ensure units being occupied meet the minimum health and safety requirements of the Code. With the inception of the program, Code Enforcement has been coordinating with the Tax Collector's Office whereby an annual report of all units registered with the Department is provided to the Tax Collector for the purpose of assessing required Tourist Tax. In 2003 the Rental Registration Fee were modified to include a penalty for late payments. The late fee assessed was $ JO per parcel regardless of the amount of time that the registration was late. The Fee Schedule was amended in November 2004 to include a per day penalty per parcel for late payments. Instead of a flat fee of $10 for late payments, a $10 penalty was assessed for each day the payment _ was late. hnplementation of the change became effective with the renewal period in 2005. Revenues for the program increased from $133,600 in FY 05 to $420,890 in FY 06. The program revenues for FY 07 are reported at $436,045 as of October 2, 2007. The change in the late fees assessed resulted in an increase in complaints received about the program. Property owners were extremely upset at the amount of the penalty assessed for the late payment in relation to the fee itself. For example the current fee schedule requires collection of a $700 delinquent fee against a $20 renewal registration fee. The past 2 years have concluded that the late fee adopted in 2004 resulted in excessive penalties and should be reevaluated. Per the attached memorandum, staffhas placed an administrative ceiling on the collection oflate fees pending a comprehensive change to the CDES Fee Schedule. As noted on the memorandum, staff proposes the following modification to the Fee Schedule to allow for a more reasonable penalty. Current: Late Fee - $10.00 per day Revised: Late Fee - $10.00 per day/per property OR four (4) times the annual renewal fee, whichever is less GROwm MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this Executive Summary. _. Agenda i19m No.1 OK October 9. 2007 Page 2 (if 4 FISCAL IMPACT: The current late fee is $10 per day. The approval of the proposed reduction in fee will result in a decrease to the revenue for this program, The exact percentage decrease is difficult to determine based on the current computer system being used for this program. LEGAL CONSIDERATION: This request has been reviewed for legal sufficiency and has no outstanding legal considerations. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners authorize the reduction of the amount of late fees assessed for the Rental Registration program from $10 per day to $10 per day per property or 4 times the annual renewal fee whichever is less and in doing so approved the change to have been effective as of April 11, 2007. lbe authorization will include directing staff to amend the Resolution establishing the Fee Schedule to reflect the proposed fee change. PREPARED BY: Michelle Edwards Arnold, Director Code Enforcement Department 2 Agenda Item No. 'I OK October 9. 2007 Page 3 of 4 eo*-r County - ,~- MEMORANDUM DATI!: TO, CC: SUBJI!cr: AP1UL 9, '1#Y1 MICHELLI! EDWARDS AllNOLD, CODE ENFORCI!MI!NT DIRI!CIOR JOE SCHMITT, COIlS DMSION ADMINISTRATOR TRAVIS SNODERLY. CODE ENFORCI!MI!NT OPS MANAGER RENTAL IlEGlSTRATlON LATE FIlES FROM: Based on direction to postpone amendments of the Fee Schedule until after the budget process thia memonndum shall serve as authorization to temporarily change the calc:uh.tion for Renllll Registtation Late Fees in the interest of consistency as wen as to reduce the overall financial impact on residents who are late paying rental registration renewal fees. I approve the following modifications and authori2e the implementation of the modified fee changes until the Fee Schedule is amended Orig;nglo Late Fee - $10.00 per day/per property Rev;",,'" Late Fee - $10.00 per day/per property OR four (4) times the annual renewal fee, whichever istess Should you have any questions please contact me. /---, . .,,1,,10 1 ---tF TSjS Page 1 of I jC.,qerlda hem No. 1UK , 0cloiJE'1 (1, 20D? P'::;W4uf4 COLLIER COUNTY BOA,W 0;: COUNTY COMMISSIONEi':S Item Number: 'Of' Item Summary: ""8In r:'Od'.j 01 COlOr '.'i CO'T1ITl:s~iGne~ ;;"t',.:m?atior 1'; "OOlil'\' 1'1" k:e~ 8SS('SS('C to ~r", "":lJIK, t(). R81'ta' P"'r;;i,,',a1Ion i..:r)F Schmitt, ConliTllJnlly Dev2icprTl2nt ;'.:::irr.nl;,t,atc-,r:, Meeting Date: l(;i".'2OC',c.(J00C,.'.\ii Appro\'ed By jarn(!s V. Mudd COlmlyMatlt!g{)f J~te 8o~rd of County Commiss'onns C:ou,~t\' r~i\nn,J""s Offjce 1("1 ;::~O()7 S i7 PM file://C: \AgcndaTcst\Export\90-0ctober%209,~'o202007\ 1 O. (~/o20COUNTY%20\1ANAGER , 10/3/2007 Agenda Item No, 10L October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 26 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Report and Ratify Staff-Approved Change Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board. Approved Contracts. OBJECTIVE: To enable the Board to oversee the execution of administrative change orders and changes to work orders, and promote accountability in the use of staff authority. CONSIDERATIONS: On April 22, 2003, the Board approved a recommendation to implement a plan to enable changes to BCC-approved contracts (Section XIV, C, Collier County Purchasing Policy) of not greater than 10 percent of the current Board approved amount or $10,000 (whichever is greater) to be authorized by staff. Also included in the report are changes to Work Orders, These include work orders issued under CCNA Contracts which are less than or equal to $200,000 (Section VILC, Collier County Purchasing Policy), and changes to work orders for all other contracts (Section XIV. G, Collier County Purchasing Policy) which are not greater than 10 percent of the current Board Approved amount or $100,000 (whichever is greater), The Administrative report identifies the percentage changes to contracts or work orders that have occurred since the prior BCC approved amount which are below the threshold limits as referenced above. The plan calls for staff to submit a monthly report listing these change orders from the previous reporting period. Enclosed is the monthly report of the Administrative Change Orders and _ Administrative Changes to Work Orders. These reports cover period August 24, 2007 through September 19, 2007, FISCAL IMPACT: The total change to contracts is $845,254.70, The total change to work orders is $40.585.00, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management Impact associated with this action, RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners accepts the enclosed Administrative Change Orders Report and Administrative Changes to Work Orders Report and ratifies the listed change orders and changes to work orders PREPARED BY: Diana De Leon, Contract Technician, Purchasing Department .-.. Item Number: ItemSummilry: Meeting Dilte: Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item Nc_ 10L Oclnr.'819,20U7 P:JijC' 2 of 26 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10L Report and c:atify ~~;QI1-Ap[)roved Cililnge Orders and Changes to Work Orders to Board- Approved C[Jl1tra:I" (Steve Carnell Purchasing Departmwlt Dirw::tor) 10/9/20079,OO_OO,Jl,M [j~te Prepllretl By Diana DeLeon AdminislratoveServices Admin'slraliveAssislanl Purch8sing 9,'24120073:41:44 PM Date Approvetl B}' Stevf' Carnell Adm;nis\rativeServices Purchasing/General Svcs Director Purchasing 9l25/200710:09AM D~te Appro,'edBy Len GtJlden Price Admin,strativcServlces Administrative Service.. Administrator Administrative Services Admin 9,127120072:01 PM D~te ApprovetlBy O~;B Coordinator Administrative Services Application5 Analyst InformatiollTeclmology 9.'28120078:30 AM Date Approved By Lllur~ Davisson County Manager's Otfice Managemem & Budget Analyst Office of Mill1agement & Budget 10/1I2007'IO,42AM Date Approved By JamesV. 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'" e ~ TI TI . o ~ g ..,-; o ~ 0' ;J; 3 g < . ;; ~ o ~ 5 " 2 . . :? , U " 15 ~ ;; m :; ~ u 15 . . .~ . > '" Agenda Item NO.1 OL """'.1 "'~~'- Page 5 of 26 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: 2007 Australian Pine Removal Proiect PROJECT MANAGER: Marcaret Bishop PROJECT#:51501 BID/RFP #: 03.3568 MOD#: 1 PO#: 4500078277 WORK ORDER #: DAB,FT-3568-o7-o5 DEPARTMENT: Stonnwater Manaaement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: OeAncelo Brothers, Inc dlbla Aauaaenix Original Contract Amount: $ 484.660.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $484.660.00 (last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $484660.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This MOdification) Change Amount: $5.552.00 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $490.212.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ConlracVWorl< Order: $5.552.00 Date of Last Bee Approval February 27. 2007 Agenda Item # 1685 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount 1.15 Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCe approved amount)-1 % CURRENT COMPLETION OATE (S): ORIGINAL: October 16.2007 CURRENT: October 30. 2007 Describe the change(s):Additional exotic tree removal services have been identified that were not part of the oriainal scope of services. These areas include trees that have fallen into the Golden Gate canal system or are leaninq trees that mav fall into the canals. Specify the reasons for the change(s) n 1. Planned or Elective J!ll. 2. Unfores~n Conditions C 3. Quantity ~justments C 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) Il'i 5. Value Added {i:i 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: Fallen trees may cause blockaae of the drainaae in the canal system. Property owners have comolained that they can not naviaate the canal bv small boats due to fallen trees across the canal. This change was requested by: n Contractor/Consultant C Owner tt Using Department C CDES C Design Professional n Regulatory Agency (Specify) C other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: n Yes r No APPROVED BY: Date: '6-:19 -0 7 fib/lev) / '( I REVIEWED BY: Date: Revised 07.23.2007 CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item NO.1 OL ).. October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 26 ROJECT NAME: 2007 Water and Wastewater AUIR Update PROJECT #: 700703/73066317500711750072 ROJECT MANAGER: Phil Gramatoes BID/RFP #: 05-3785 MOD#: 1 PO#: 45,81010 WORK ORDER #: GH,FT,3785-07-04 DEPARTMENT: PUED CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Greelev and Hansen LLC Original Contract Amount: $ 39.825.00 (Starting Point) Current Bee Approved Amount: $ N/A (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 39.825.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This MOdification) Change Amount: $ 6.40000 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 46225.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContracUWork Order: $ 6.400.00 Date of Last BCC Approval N/A Agenda Item # N/A Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount 1~ t ~ .1;1 %. Formula: (Revised Amount 1 Last BCC approved amount)-1 .URRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: 23 weeks from NTP CURRENT: 23 weeks from NTP Describe the change(s): Added sensitivitv analvsis and point paper Specify the reasons for the change(s): SiQnificant chanQes in population projections require additional preparation for the AUIR Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: The AUIR would not be presented with sufficient information This change was requested by: D Contractor/Consultant gl'Owner C Using Department r: CDES r: Design Professional D Regulatory Agency (Specify) C Other (Specify) ~o CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: n Yes Date: 8/29/2007 APPROVED REVIEWED BY: Date: BI'301~1 Revised 5.21.2007 Agenda Item No.1 OL October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 26 -:; J CONTRACT/VVORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM .s~ ;J: f.r $,.,f1~ PROJECT NAME: ' . PROJECT #: 72>(J() PROJECT MANAGER: James S.lnvllu8 BlDfRFP #: 03-3455 MOD#: , PO#: 4500073448 WORK ORDER #: CCVWoPJ7 DEPARTMENT: Wastewater ColteCtions 'CONTRACTOR/ARM NAME~ MIller Pipeline Current ace Approved Amount: $ $147.1BIl.00 (starting Point) $ $1471BB.00 (Last TotafAmount Approved by the BGe) S $147.166.00 (Including AU Changes Prior To T,hlsModification) Original Contract Amount: Current Contract Aino'l.mt: Change Amount: $ $ 73.00 $ $147.261.00 (Including This Change Order) Revised ContractfWork Order Amount: !. Cumulative Dollar Vallie of Changes to I this ContractfWork Order: $ $ 73.00 Dafe of Last Bee Approval. 2/25/03 Agenda Item # 16.C.5 p~'rcentage of thecharige over/under current contract amount ,. teO oB F01'1"!1ula: (Revis-ed Amount' La,st BCe approvedamountH' CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (5):, ORIGINAL: 8/10/07 CURRENT: 9/22107 Describe the changers): -' ~ ~ :r;:~~~":::t~ ~7::~<'-/:'!/::;'_ Specify the reasons for the change(~) (".. 1 :pianned or Elective (... 2. Unforeseen c;onditions. r '3. QiiCl!"ll'i:ty.' ". Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (PlanS, Specifications or Scope of Work) gJ 5. Value Added c- 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the,cha.nge(s)~ % ..c5%-"- Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: /1 . " ,/' (~e... r~~""-~AM ~ u//Yi.ti~ J>"f tH~ ~~!It~ -"J"2~ r..hrl..:t'.,~"'.L~ a//f.h. lIVWWt1V< This change was requested by': gJ Contractor/Consultant Owner C' Using Department (' CDES" ( Design Professional C Regulatory Agency (Specify) (' Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: r" Yes No This form is to be si Date: oJJ/o~ /07 APPROVE'D BY: REVIEWED BY: Date: ';? /31/07 , , Revised 07.23.2007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item NO.1 OL J.j October 9, 2007 -, Page 8 of 26 PROJECT NAME: us 41 East Phase 0 (St. Andrews Blvd. Barefoot William Rd.l PROJECT #: 600231 Project Manager: Bob Petersen BID/RFP #: 04-3614 MOD #: .-tl. POI: 4500040868 WORK ORDER #:TlO-MA-05-08 DEPARTMENT: Alternative TransDortation Modes lATM) Contractor/Firm Name: McGee & Associates Original Contract Amount: $ 33.644.6D (Starting Point) Current Bee Approved Amount: $ 33.M4.6D (Last Total Amount Approved by the Bee) $ 33.644.61:1 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Current Contract Amount: Change Amount; $ 2.295.00 (1,530,00 to be billed for Tre,'lso Bay Turn Lane, 765.00 to be billed for Eagle Lakes) Park) Revised CootractIWork Order Amount: $ 35.939.60 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractIWork Order: $ 2.295.00 Date of Last BCe Approval Fixed Amount Contract Agenda Item # Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount 6.82% Formula: (Revised Amount f Last Bee approved amount)-1 CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (8): ORIGINAL: October 13.2007 CURRENT: October 13.2007 Describe the change(s): #1- Professional Landscape Architedural Services for Treviso Ea.v Turn Lane Improvements and Landscape and Trri[!atloD adiustments. (US 41 East Phase D) Proposal 2007~136-P: Landscanc Architect 110.00fHrs (a) 8 Hrs 880.00 . CAn/Tech 60.0011 Irs @8Hrs"'480,00 . Administratiye 45.001Hrs @2 Ilrs 90.00 Clerical 40.001Hrs (ii) 2 Hrs 80.00 Total Estimated Cosl of Service to be 5:1.530.00 To he rlaid bv the Developer. #2- Increase to existiDi! Purchase Order No. 4500040g68 for additional nrofessional Landscane Architectural Services. Barefoot Williams Road and Ea...lc Lakes Park Entrance turn lane imorovements phasc D . Landscaoe Architect llfJ.QOlHrs @ 41-:1r~ 440,00 <;::ADiTech 6000/H~ (al 4 Hn; - 240J)Q . Adrnini~trative 45.00fHrs (m I Hrs "" 45.00 ~lerical 4000fHrs (jf) I Hrs 40.00 Total Estimated Cost of Service to he $765.00 To he (laid llv the Develoncr. Specify the reasons for the change(s) r: 1. Planned or Elective . 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work). 5. Value Added . 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed~ p....\= 'l;::;: \ c.... \ ""'r1l \~t."rxo: AH:'I=:!V\c64 Avl0Ef l \:'Y/"~ - This change was requested by: r ContractorfConsultant C Owner . Using Department r CDES C Design Professional. Regulatory Agency (Specify) t=t.A.J~\,};--- Other (Specify) DBV-:e..Lb \-cG \"Z- CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: r Yes ~NO APPROVED BY: ~- 23-01: 1[iLj tLJ07 ate: Revised 07.23.2007 Agenda Item No.1 OL ~~\. October 9. 2007 Page 9 of 26 CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: EMS 49 - HeritaQe Bav PROJECT #: 55160 PROJECT MANAGER: Ron Hovell BIDIRFP #: 06-3929 MOD #: 001 PO#: 4500061892 WORK ORDER #: BSSW-FT-3929.06-01 DEPARTMENT: Facilities Manaaement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: BSSW Architect. Inc. I Original Contract Amount: $ 86.000.00 (Starting POint) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ NIA (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCG) Current Contract Amount: $ 86.000.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 11.700.00 Revised Contract/Work Order Amou ot: $ 97.700.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractIVVork Order: $ 11.700.00 Date of Last Bee Approval N/A Agenda Item # N/A Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount 1~ Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCe approved amount}-1 I :d, %'fr/css 1)./'..0 W.O. C"f CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (5): ORIGINAL: Indeterminate CURRENT: Mav 3. 2008 Describe the change{s): Redesian the interior of the facilitv to accommodate additional showers and toilets as reauested bv the North Naples Fire District Specify the reasons for the change(s) 'i 1. Planned or Elective r 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Nate: One or more may be checked, depending an the nature of the change(s). Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: This is outside of the oriqinal croorammina SCODe. therefore this chanae is needed to redesiQn for a ioint EMS and Fire station. This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant r Owner {.' Using Department (' CDES (" Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: r- Yes p- No This foon is to be signe a:):ated. APPROVED BY:' t-~ . REVIEWED BY: RO~?~Eh7 ~)~ Lyn 'If Date: 9/5107 ~YiY!/c) 1 Date: Revised 07.23.2007 . CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item rJo. 1 OL C~ October 9, 2007 Page 10 of 26 PROJECT NAME: Imorove Carica Pumo St:ltion Acoustic. PROJECT #: 710081 PROJECT MANAGER: CI ,"de Ne.bilt BID/RFP #: 05-3785 MOD #: !ll-PO#: 4S,71161 WORK ORDER #: MPI.FT.3785-06-17 DEPARTMENT: Public Utilities Enain6H~finQ CONTRACTORfFJRM NAME: Malcolm Plrnie rne. Orfginal Contract Amount: $ 81.399.00 (Sta:rting Point) Current sce Approved Amount: $ NIA ~(Lasl Tolal Amount Approved by Ihe BCC) $ 81.399,00 (Including All Chal1ges Prior To This Modification) Current Contract Amount: Change Amount: Revised ContractfWork Order Amount: S 13.800.00 $ 95.199.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Ch:,mges to I this ContractIWork Ord91": , $ 13,800.00 Date of Last Bce Approval N/A Agenda. Item # ,- ~ Percentage of the change overfunder current I;ontract amount~'k , Formula; (RevIsed Amount I Last BCe approved amount).1 CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (5): ORIGINAL: 10/25107 CURRENT: 11/1BIOB Describe the change(s): R:evis;on of Carica Road Pump Station Acoustic imcfovements desicln Specify the reason" for the change(sl: ChonQe to reflect:r"i"ct and resubmit construction bid whicll was initiallY. Approximatelv 1S0% Qver the enccineers estimate. The imorovement measures will be reduced. identify all negative impacts to the project [f this Change order were not proce.sed: The imorovem'lnts will "'........... Unfinished, and th" noise reduction proqram will not be initiated at this location This change was requested by: C ContractorfConsultant ~ Owner C Using Department C CDES C Design Professional Co Regulatory Agency (Specify) <<Other (Specify) '?UE~? CONTRACT SPECIALISt PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: rYes n No Date: q \ 11 \ Ol Q!"7!01 REVIEWED BY: .vu;.t\ Date: - Revised 5.21.2007 ~----- CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda itern Nq 10L -; October 9. 2007 Page 11 lor 26 PROJECT NAME: US 41 East Phase E Barefoot William Rd. - Collier Blvd. PROJECT #: 600 if 5: Project Manager: Bob Petersen BID/RFP #: 04-3614 MOD #: .J!i WORK ORDER #:TlO,MA-05-14 PO#: 4500044030 DEPARTMENT: Alternative Transportation Modes (ATM) Contractor/Firm Name: McGee & Associates Original Contr.act Amount: $ 39,880.00 (StMting Point) $ 39.880.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BeC) Current Bee Approved Amount: Current Contract Amount: $ 39.880.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 765.00 (1,530.00 to be hilled for lreviso Bay Turn I.ane, 765.00 to be billed for Eagle Lakes) Park) Revised Contract!Work Order Amount: $ 40.645.00 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Work Order: $ 765.00 Date of Last Bee Approval Fixed Amount Contract Agenda Item # Percentage ofthe change over/under current contract amount 1.92% Formula: (Revised Amount I Last Bee approved amount)-1 CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: October 13. 2007 CURRENT: October 13,2007 Describe the change{s): Increase to existin[! Purchase Order No. 4500044030 Cor additional nroCessional Landscane Architectural Services. Bardoot Williams Road and EalYlc Lakes Par'k Entrance - turn lane imvrovements Dhase E. To be Daid hv the develoner. I ,andscilr>-,~Mchitect ] ] O.OO/Hrs @ 4 Hrs= 440.00 CAnrTech 60 00%5 rm 4 Hrs =: 240,00 !L@1inistrative45.00/Hrs@ ] Hrs = 45.00 flerical 40.001Hrs rQl I Hr... = 40,00 Total Estimated Cost of Servir_e to be $765.00 Specify the reasons for the change(s) C 1. Planned or Elective . 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments (' 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of WOrk). 5. Value Added . 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change{s). 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B . ~ . , ~ c .. 8 . c. . ~ o . ~ 'S . o " ,;q ~ 5 u 2 ~ ~ , u ;; " " ;; ~ o . ~ o o . . .~ . > o CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No.1 OL October 9. 2007 Page 15 of 26 I .PROJ~CT NAME :Courthous Annexl Parking Garage PROJECT #: 52010 PROJECT MANAGER: Hank Jones BIO/RFP #: 04-3576MOD #: 20,PO#:4500025868 WORK ORDER #: DEPARTMENT :Facilities CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Kraft Construction Original Contract Amount: $16,539,700.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $10,706,066.28 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $11,064,702.08 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $6,974.70 Revised ConlractIWork Order Amount: $11,071,676.78 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ConlracllWork Order: $(5,468,023.22) Date of Last BCC Approval December 13. 2005 Agenda item # 16 E 3 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount' 3.41 % Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount),1 CURRENT COMPLETtON DATE (S): ORIGINAL: Multiple Phases CURRENT: Multiple Phases Describe the change(s): This change order is for reimbursement of the Direct Material Purchase. Reimbursement 01 unused monies in DMPO it to be returned to the contractor. Specify the reasons for the change(s) C 1. Planned or Elective (' 2. Unforeseen Conditions C 3. Quantity Adjustments C 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) C 5. Value Added C 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: Would be contrary to the terms of the Contract. This change was requested by: C Contractor/Consultant ~ t+ Owner r Using Department (' CDES (' Other (Specify) (' Design Professional (' Regulatory Agency (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: rYes P No REVIEWED Date: shu/u{ I rf;Ju/o7 APPROVED BY Date: Revised 7/1 1/2007 Agenda Item ~,o. 10L 'l October 9. 2007 Page 16 of 26 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: Collier County Emeraencv Services Complex PROJECT MANAGER: Hank Jones PROJECT #: 52160 BIDIRFP #: 04-3609 MOD #:!! PO#: 4500030516 WORK ORDER #: NA CONTRACTORlFIRM NAME: Kraft Construction Company. Jne DEPARTMENT: Facilities Original Contract Amount: $ 36,533,902.00 (Starting Point) $ 36,533,902.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Bee Approved Amount: Current Contract Amount: $ 35,391,412.87 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 1,729,138.00 $ 37,120,550.87 (Including This Change Order) Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: CumlJlative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractlWork Order: $ (1,413,351.13) Date of Last BCC Approval---^priI24. 2007 Agenda Item # 10 A Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount ~3.67% Formula: (Revised Amount I Last Bee approved amount)-1 CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S); ORIGINAL: Dec 2008 CURRENT: March 2009 Describe the change(s): Prior to submission to and approval by the BCC, this item was removed from the Kraft GMP by incorporation of Value Engineering Alternate #6 (.$1,742,600), The intent was for the County to purchase the generators outside of the Kraft Contract The Funds were never removed from the overall Project Budget. Subsequent to the BCC approval, the details of the generator purchases were further developed and it was decided that for the continuity of responsibility for the ultimate performance of the equipment, the purchase should remain under the GMP. After adding this item to the GMP, we will issue a DMP change order to facilitate the sales tax savings. Specify the reasons for the change(s): Maintain eM responsibility for generator installation, startup, and operation according to design specification requirements. Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: Purchase and installation of the generators for the ESe emergency back-up power is a fundamental, functional requirement of the overall project This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant ... Owner r Using Department r CDES r Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) r Yes r No APPROVED BY: Date: ~W- <] /; f /1;7 , REVIEWED BY: Dale: Revised 5.21.2007 CONTRACT/WORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No.1 OL October 9. 2007 Page 17 of 26 ..., ::) PROJECT NAME: Collier County EmerQencv Services Complex PROJECT MANAGER: Hank Jones PROJECT #: 52160 BID/RFP #: 04.3609 MOD #: Q PO#: 4500030516 WORK ORDER #: NA DEPARTMENT: Facilities CONTRACTORlFIRM NAME: Kraft Construction Companv, Inc Original Contract Amount: $ 38,533,902.00 (Slarting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 38,533.902.00 (Last Tolal Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 37,120,550.87 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ (2,109,400.00) Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 35,011,150.87 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this Contract/Work Order: $ (3,522,751.13) Date of Last BCC Approval_April 24, 2007 Agenda Item # 10 A Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount -9.14% Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount),1 CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (5): ORIGINAL: Dec 2008 CURRENT: March 2009 Describe the change(s): Direct Material P7hase Orders Specify the reasons for the change(s} rr"1. Planned or Elective r 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Specify the reasons for the change(s}: Tax Savings Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: There would be no tax savings. This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant ,. Owner r Using Department r CDES r Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) ~o CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: r Yes REVIEWED BY: Date: ~ '71t l-/u 7 I ' APPROVED BY: j-- Date: Revised 5.21.2007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item r,o. 10L October 9. 2007 Page 18 of 26 t,l -'=lROJECT NAME: Consolidated Manaaement Contract for the Collier County Fixed Route and Paratransit Svstems PROJECT #: PROJECT MANAGER: Sue Faulkner BIDIRFP #: 05-3845 MOD #: ~PO#: 4500072078 WORK ORDER #: DEPARTMENT: CONTRACTORIFIRM NAME: McDonald Transit Associates. Inc. Original Contract Amount: $ 25.682.974.00 (Starting Point) $ 25.682.974.00 (Last Tolal Amount Approved by the BCG) Current Bce Approved Amount: Current Contract Amount: $ 26.828.910.76 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: Revised ContracUWork Order Amount: $ 1.042.548.00 $ 27.871.458.76 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractIWork Order: $ 2.188.484.76 Date of last BCC Approval September 25. 2005 and as amended on September 26. 2006 Agenda Item # Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCC approved amount),1 8.52 % URRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: nla CURRENT: nla re~ClJ'l' z..e.. Describe the change(s): To aH56.828 revenue hours for Weekdav Service and 6.147 revenue hours for Sundav Service to continue previously approved route chanQes for next Fiscal year October 1. 2007 throuQh September 30. 2008. Specify the reasons for the change{s) {O' 1. Planned or Elective r 2. Unforeseen Conditions {~3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans. Specifications or Scope of Work) r" 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Iden~ify jlll nega\ive"ilTlpacts to the ,llroj\;ct if this c~a~~e .order ~ere not proc}'ss.ed: ~ LVtJuiJ. ntf ~ cz1,(1. .ft; CJm+rh/.L.e.-5e~'" lU~ 'f<V<'r IS /') t~C7'\. .v./Afre.()rOli!.;:'{Y' Cffipn.-iJi4?;T This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant iii Owner r (Usifif'g Department ,. CDES C Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: 1- Yes r No Date:~ REVIEWED BY: Date: q -/1-0 7 ,- Revised 07.23.2007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Ilem ~jo. 10L October 9. 2007 Page 19 of 26 "'-- ~I PROJECT NAME: Consolidated Manaaement Contract for the Collier County Fixed Route and Paratransit Systems PROJECT #: PROJECT MANAGER: Sue Faulkner BIDIRFP #: 05-3645 MOD #: ~PO#: 4500072078 WORK ORDER #: DEPARTMENT: CONTRACTORlFIRM NAME: McDonald Transit Associates, Inc. Original Contract Amount: $ 25,662,974.00 (Starting Point) Current BCe Approved Amount: $ 25,662,974.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 27,671,456.76 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 319,436.00 $ 28,190,894.76 (including This Change Order) Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractfWork Order: $ 2.506,920,76 Date of Last BCC Approval September 25. 2005 and as amended on September 26 2006 Agenda Item # Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount I Last Bee approved amount)-1 9.76 % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: nla CURRENT: nla 151M aM 'f/~ Describe the change(s): To add ii!:555 revenue hours for Weekday Service and.SMa- revenue hours for Sunday Service to extend re iousl a roved route chan es for the next Fiscal ear October 1 2007 throu h September 30, 2008, 4V 12/t;1(.U_ "0 0-1V? f :fuweul:5 ~U' ~'/755,f..t ~; ~ Jiy- , ~ (!rWe-e., Specify the reasons for the change(s) ill 1. Planned or Elective r. 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3, 6uantity Adjustments r 4, Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5, Value Added r 6, Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). I~!.'rtify ~V neQiltive impat:ts to the proji\ct if th),s <<ohan}le 0,\'deflwere}J5'ot pro,cl'ssed: (ti/'f& OC~ 6V'\J1U$ CI.,ppYou-€ek.' (,UH1L-V<-Cf~ 111 ft'v2- cJ-'t s ;)-{)() This change was requested fJi r Contractor/Consultant 6' Owner (0 Using Departme e..- r Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: r Yes r No REVIEWED BY: Date q - 1':3' 0/ 'ate: q ,,/-4 ~07 Revised 07.23.2007 . CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item NO.1 OL October 9. 2007 Page 20 of 26 (p ~OJECT NAME:C.R. 951 Water Main PROJECT #: 70151. 70152. & 70153 PROJECT MANAGER: Ronald F. Dillard BID/RFP #: 06-3996R MOD #: ---L....PO#: 4500072818 WORK ORDER #: N/A DEPARTMENT: PUED CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Akerman Construction Company. Inc. Original Contract Amount: $18.330.133.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $18.330.133.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 18.830.890.90 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ (229.242.001 $ 18.601.648.90 (Including This Change Order) Revised ContracUWork Order Amount: I Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to l this ContractfWork Order: $ 271.515.90 Date of Last BCe Approval 9,26-06 Agenda Item # 10-1 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount-,A"9C ;. ~i rc Formula: (Revised Amount I Last Bee approved amount)-1 ~URRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: 11-20,07 CURRENT: 4,15,08 Describe the change(s): 1. Provide additional 349 LF of ioint restraint in median. 2. Add 200 LF of 24" HOPE to the Rattlesnake Hammock interconnection. 3 Chanqe the US 41 crossinq method from jack and bore to horizontal directional drill. Specify the reasons for the change(s): 1. To complv with FDEP requlations 2. Additional depth required to clear existinq utilitv lines which requires additionallenqth of pipe to accomplish. 3. Reduces damaqe to surface facilities and conflicts with underqround utilities as well as reducinq costs. Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: 1. Construction in median would not complv with FDEP requlations 2. Connection to Rattlesnake Hammock Road water main could not be made. 3. Would require damaqe to and restoration of private property and may possiblv violate SFWMD dewaterinq permit. due to depth of iack and bore pit needed. This change was requested by: ~ Contractor/Consultant C Owner C Using Department C CDES C Design Professional n Regulatory Agency (Specify) C Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: J< Yes r No This form is to be signed and dated. =VIEWED BY: ;;e..",., J-rt. _ 'T:. JJ.:lt..-J _ Ronald F. Dillar~r Project Manager cu.G./\..-W~ t. J\).'" c Dianna Perryman, Contrac.. pecialist Date: ~-/7-07 q ~ I 'i?~D~} APPROVED BY: Date: Revised 5.21.2007 i\g~8J]J ~j<). 10L October 9. 2007 Page 21 of 26 '--1 7' . . CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: Golden Gate Ubrarv ExDSns;on PROJECT.: ~ PROJECT MANAGER: H.nk Jones BIDfRFP jJ: 07-4082 MOD #: .1 PQ#: 4500075451 WORK ORDER #: NIA Dl'.PARrMENT: F.cIlia-......-t CONTRACTORJFIRM NAME: DeAnaelis Diamond Construction. Ine. CUIT8nt Contract Amount: $ 4 879.000.00 (Starting P"oint) $ 4.879.000,00 (Last Total Amo.nl Approved b~ the BeG) $ 4.879.000.00 (Including All CtEnges Prior To This Modification) OrIginal Contract Amount Current Bee Approved Amount Change Amount: $ 25.000.00 $ 4.904.000.00 (Including This ChaTllJ" Order) Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: I Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to I this ContractlWork Order: D.te of Ust BCC Approval: December 12. 2008 Agenda ltelll #: 1QE $ 25.000.00 Percentage dlhe change overlunder.c:ummt contract-","",,", 0,51 % Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCe approved amount)-1 ' CURRENT COMPLETION DAlE (5): ORIGINAL: 718/08 CURRENT: 718108 Describe the chanoeisl= To excavate Tenlace with fill and haul all excess rock removed durina the storm water system structure and aioe installation. Specify the reasons for the change(s) r 1. Planned or Elective ~ 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change{s). Identify all negative impacts to the project if this chang~ order were not processed: Potential Contractor claim This change was requested by: r. Contractor/Consultant (" Owner (" Using Department (' CDES (' Design Professional (" Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify} CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: r Yes r No Date: '1/ 7/0 I Date 5/17/0) . Revised 07.23.2007 Agenda Item No.1 OL October 9, 2007 Page 22 of 26 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM PROJECT NAME: LASIP Invasive Veaetation Removal PROJECT #: 690816 PROJECT MANAGER: Gianfranco Nicolaci 810/RFP #: 07-4094 MOD #: ----1-PO#: 4500076455 WORK ORDER #: NIA DEPARTMENT: Stormwater Manaaement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: All Florida Tree & Landscace Inc. Original Contract Amount: $ 666:764.00 (Starting Point) Current Bee Approved Amount: $ 666,764.00 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 668,764.00 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 60.BOO.00 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 729.564.00 (Including This Change Order) I Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to I this ContractIWork Order: $ 60,800.00 Date of Last BCe Approval March 13. 2007 Agenda Item # 1681 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCe approved amount)~1 9.09 % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: 08/02/07 CURRENT: 10/01/07 Describe the change(s): Additional fund is needed to include 11mbbinQ: in the contract. Grubbinsz ofa ]6 acre area is necessary to meet SFWMD restoration standards. Specify the reasons for the change(s) n 1. Planned or Elective . 2. Unforeseen Conditions 0 3, Quantity Adjustments C 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) 0 5. Value Added C 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Identify all negative impacts to the project if this change order were not processed: Won't be able to successfullv reDlant the area with natives. This change was requested by: . Contractor/Consultant C Owner C Using Department r: CDES C Design Professional n Regulatory Agency (Specify) C Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: eYes R' No This farm is to be ~nd dated. APPROVED BY: ~ieft Manager REVIEWED BY: . '/, ~'-" C ntract Specialist Date: Date: Revised 07.232007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item ~,jo. 10L 9 October 9. 2007 Page 23 of 26 PROJECT NAME: CM Ia> Risk for Naoles Jail Proiect PROJECT #: 52008 PROJECT MANAGER: Hank Jones BID/RFP #: 98.2829 MOD #: 48 ( Amendment #7) PO#: 4500012306 WORK ORDER #: NA DEPARTMENT: Facilities Manaoement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Kraft Construction Company Original Contract Amount: $ 34,402.176.00 (Starting Point) Current BCCApproved Amount: $ 29.914.372.14 (last Total Amount Approved by the BCG) Current Contract Amount: $ 30.271.930.51 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 0 Revised ContracllWork Order Amount: $ 30.271.930.51 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContracllWork Order: $ (4.130,345.49) Date of last BCC Approva I 3/28106 Agenda Item # lOB Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount I Last Bee approved arnount)-1 o % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: Multiple Proiects CURRENT: Multiple Proiects Describe the chanQe(s): To revise and replace lanQuaqe under Article 2. Section 2.4 "Construction Phase". Subsection 14 (d) Owner's/MateriallEauipment Direct Purchase Prooram. to allow any remainino money within a Collier County Direct Material rDMP) purchase order to be returned to the Contractor in lieu of remaininCl money becominq the property of the Owner. Specify the reasons for the change(s) r. 1. Planned or Elective (' 2. Unforeseen Conditions (' 3. Quantity Adjustments C 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) C 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Identify all neQative impacts to the project if this chanQe order were not processed: We pull the cost of the material from the GMP to purchase materials directly to save the County six percent (6%) in tax savinas. the remaininq money on the urchase order is art of the ori inal GMP as submitted b the Contractor net should be returned to the Contractor. This change was requested by: C Contractor/Consultant (" Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) Owner C Using Department (' CDES r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: P'y es r No APPROVED BY: Date: 1/2&/"7 ) /!--L,/O , REVIEWED BY: Date: Revised 07.23.2007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item No.1 OL / ~j October 9. 2007 Page 24 of 26 ,~PROJECT NAME: CM @ Risk for Collier Countv Fleet Facilities PROJECT #: 52009 PROJECT MANAGER: Hank Jones I BIDIRFP #: 06-3914_MOD #: 5 ( Amendment #2) PO#: 4500061077 WORK ORDER #: NA DEPARTMENT: Facilities Manaaement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Wriaht Construction Comoanv Original Contract Amount: $ 9.316.811.10 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 9,316.811.10 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 9.171.400.25 (including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 0 Revised ContracllWork Order Amount: $ 9.171 ,400.25 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContracllWork Order: $ (145.410.85) Date of Last BCC Approval 3/28/06 Agenda Item # 16.E.1 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount I Last BCe approved amount)-1 o % -CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: January 1 , 2008 CURRENT: January 1. 2008 uescribe the chao e s : To revise and re lace Ian ua e under Article 2 Section 2.4 "Construction Phase" Subsection 14 d Owner's/Material/E ui ment Direct Purchase Pro ram to allow an remainin mane within a Collier Coun Direct Material DMP urchase order to be returned to the Contractor in lieu of remain in mane becomin the ra e of the Owner. Specify the reasons for the change(s) i' 1. Planned or Elective r 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Ident! all ne ative im acts to the ro'ect if this chan e order were not recessed: We ull the cost of the material from the GMP to purchase materials directlv to save the County six oercent (6%) in tax savinos. the remainina money on the purchase order is Dart of the orioinal GMP as submitted bv the Contractor and should be returned to the Contractor. This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant r. Owner r Using Department (' CDES (' Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: P'y es r No APPROVED B Date: q Iz~ Ill] , I f-!t, -07 REVIEWED BY: Date: Revised 0723.2007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item NO.1 OL / I October 9. 2007 Page 25 of 26 PROJECT NAME: CM @ Risk for Courthouse Seven StOry Addition PROJECT #: 52533 PROJECT MANAGER: Hank Jones BID/RFP #: 04-3576 MOD #: 14(Amendment #8) PO#: 4500025867 WORK ORDER #: NA DEPARTMENT: Facilities Manaoement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Kraft Construction Company Original Contract Amount: $ 20,646.800.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 32.478,820.74 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCC) Current Contract Amount: $ 32.478.820.74 (Including All Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 0 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 32.478.820.74 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to this ContractIWorkOrder: $ 11.832.020.74 Date of last BCC Approval 10/9107" (CO 13 DMP) Agenda Item # TBD Buildina Aaenda Now Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount I Last Bee approved amount)-1 o % CURRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: Not Established CURRENT: Not Established Describe the chanae(s): To revise and replace lanCluaae under Article 2. Section 2.4 "Construction Phase", Subsection 14 (dl OWner's/MateriallEauioment Direct Purchase Proqram. to allow any remainina money within a Collier County Direct Material rOMP) purchase order to be returned to the Contractor in lieu of remainina money becominq the property of the Owner. Specify the reasons for the change(s) r 1, Planned or Elective r 2. Unforeseen Conditions r 3. Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5, Value Added r 6, Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s). Identify all neQative impacts to the project if this chanae order were not processed: We pull the cost of the material from the GMP to purchase materials directlv to save the Countv six percent (6%\ in tax savinas. the remainina money on the purchase order is part of the oriainal GMP as submitted bv the Contractor and should be returned to the Contractor. This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant r- Owner r Using Department (" COES (" Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: P"y es r No REVIEWED BY: Date 1/? "/07 I I Date 5-2 C. - tJ? APPROVED BY: Revised 07.23.2007 CONTRACTIWORK ORDER MODIFICATION CHECKLIST FORM Agenda Item ~'o. 10L !:-:: October 9. 2007 Page 26 of 26 "-"ROJECT NAME: CM @ Risk for the EmerQencv Services Complex PROJECT#:52160 Project Manager: Hank Jones BID/RFP #: 04-3609 MOD #: #:_NA 9 (Amendment #3) PO#: 4500030516 WORK ORDER DEPARTMENT: Facilities Manaoement CONTRACTOR/FIRM NAME: Kraft Construction Companv Original Contract Amount: $ 38.533.902.00 (Starting Point) Current BCC Approved Amount: $ 34,322,150.87 (Last Total Amount Approved by the BCG) Current Contract Amount: $ 33.750,719.40 (Including AU Changes Prior To This Modification) Change Amount: $ 0 Revised ContractIWork Order Amount: $ 33.750.719.40 (Including This Change Order) Cumulative Dollar Value of Changes to I this ContractIWork Order: $ 14.783,182.60) ~ Date of Last BCC Approval 9/25/07 Agenda Item # 16.E.7 Percentage of the change over/under current contract amount Formula: (Revised Amount / Last BCC approved amount),1 o % URRENT COMPLETION DATE (S): ORIGINAL: _December 2008_CURRENT: March 2009 Describe the chanae(s): To revise and replace lanQU3Qe under Article 2. Section 2.4 "Construction Phase", Subsection 14 d Owner'slMateriallE ui ment Direct Purchase Pro ram to allow an remainin mane within a Collier Count Direct Material OMP urchase order to be returned to the Contra or in lieu of remainin mane becomin the ro e of the Owner. Specify the reasons for the change(s) (v 1. Planned or Elective C 2, Unforeseen Conditions C 3, Quantity Adjustments r 4. Correction of Errors (Plans, Specifications or Scope of Work) r 5. Value Added r 6. Schedule Adjustments Note: One or more may be checked, depending on the nature of the change(s), Identi all ne ative im acts to the ro'ect if this chan e order were not rocessed: We reduce the cost of the material from the GMP to purchase materials directlv to save the County six percent (6%) in tax savinqs, the remainina money on the purchase order is part of the oriainal GMP as submitted bv the Contractor and should be returned to the Contractor. This change was requested by: r Contractor/Consultant r. Owner r Using Department ,- CDES (' Design Professional r Regulatory Agency (Specify) r Other (Specify) CONTRACT SPECIALIST PARTICIPATION IN NEGOTIATIONS: l7y es r No APPROVED 8 Date: qf ~~ (07 ~-ZC{)7 REVIEWED BY: Date: Revised 07.23.2007 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page 10f1 Agenda Item No, 16A1 October 8, 2007 Page 1 of 22 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16A1 P(:commcndallor, tn En(lorsfJ Code :enforcement [Icard ond SpeCial Magistrate Rules and r"eguioi;oflS 101912(;(;7 S80:0G,'<M Prepare<< By OJt", Bendi,,'" Marku Community Development & Environmental Services Oper:Jti(,no.;.(:oordinator Code EntorcNnent 911J/.200112:00:4JPM Approved By JoseohK.Schmitt Community Developmont & EnvimnmentalScrvices Communr,y ['"v"lopmenl & Enviwrll","mai Service!, Adminstrator Oilte COmmLJnilY l)(1veioprnalll& Envirollm(1n:~1 Service,. Admin. 911~120a12;.2\l PM Date Approved By Michelle EdwJrn<; Arnold Community Development & Environment~1 Se'-'Jices Code Enforcemenl Dtreclor Code Enfe>rcemenl 9113120073:01 PM Dnt", Appro\'etlBy Marlene Stewart Executive Secret~ry Community O"vlliopmGnl & Community Development & Environm,mt~1 Services Environmental Services Admin. 911Si.20072:J7PM Approvetl8y Date JudyPuig OpemtiOllsAnalyst Community neve-Iopmenl & Communily Oev"iopmeni' & EI1'ilron"'entaIS',rvlces/',dmm. ~119.'2007 ~;J7 PM Env,ronmentaIS,,'r'lices Date Approved By OM" Cc.ordin::lor Ad~'llli"tr"ti'f(' S,'rvices Applications Analyst In!onnlltion Technology -:;121!2007 L42AM '::'"Ie Approved By M~rk Isackson Count,' Mllnnger'sOffle", BlJogetAnJl1st Offict:'Of Man,lgcment& Budget 1011120074,;MPM Dale Approved By James 1/. Mudd Board 01 COU'lty CommiS$ion"rs COUnl\' M~51~uer County M~na!JMs affice 101',120078:03 PM ........., fil",'llr'\A 1l"'\fI"T...dIFvl'\ArtIQ{)j)('t,-.,h,>rO/^ ')()Q o/~7{)7nl171 1 (-, %7()('()Nl>:FNTO/;,7{)^GFNT)A \ 1 fl/':\17nm Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 22 COLLIER COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD RULES AND REGULATIONS ARTICLE I Name The name of this Board shall be the Collier County Code Enforcement Board. ARTICLE II Jurisdiction The Board has jurisdiction over those matters which are set forth in all ordinances of Collier County, Florida. ARTICLE III Officers and Their Duties Section I. The officers shall consist of a Chair and Vice-Chair, both of whom shall be permanent members. There shall also be a Secretary to the Board who shall be an employee of Collier County, Florida. Section 2. The Chair shall preside at all meetings and hearings of the Board and shall have the duties normally conferred by parliamentary usage of such officers. Section 3. The Chair shall have the privilege of discussing all matters before the Board and shall have the same voting rights as all Board members. Section 4. The Vice-Chair shall act in the absence ofthe Chair. Section 5. The full board and alternates may participate in the election process and vote, although the alternates may not serve as officers. ARTICLE IV Election of Officers Section I. Nomination of the Chair and Vice-Chair shall be made from the floor at the annual organization meeting in March of each year, and the election shall be held immediately thereafter. Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 3 of 22 Section 2. A candidate receiving a majority vote shall be declared elected and shall serve a term of one (I) year, or until a successor shall take office. Section 3. Vacancies in the position of Chair or Vice-Chair shall be filled immediately by regular election procedures. Section 4. The Chair or Vice-Chair may be removed by a super majority of the Board with or without cause. ARTICLE V Board Section I. The Code Enforcement Board shall consist of seven (7) members and two (2) alternates. An alternate shall be designated to fill any regular member vacancy at any meeting with full voting rights. Section 2. Regular Meetings. Regular meetings of the Code Enforcement Board shall be held at least montWy on the fourth Thursday, and/or at other times and places as needed, and determined by the Board, in the Collier County Commission Chambers. The Chambers will be open to the public at 8:30 a.m. The Board may begin the public portion of the meeting at 9:00 A.M. Section 3. Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Board may be convened by the Chair upon giving notice thereofto each other member of the Board or by written notice signed by at least three (3) members of the Code Enforcement Board. Section 4. Notices. a. Notice of a Special Board meeting shall be given to all Board members at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the meeting. At any meeting, the Board may set a future meeting date. Section 5. Attendance. Members shall notify the Chair or Secretary to the Board if they cannot attend a. a meeting. b. If a member misses two (2) out of three (3) successive board meetings without a satisfactory excuse, he/she may forfeit hislher appointment. c. Attendance shall be in person and may not occur through any form of electronic medium. Section 5. Quorum. A quorum of the Board shall consist of four (4) members and an affirmative vote of a majority of those present and voting shall be necessary to pass any motion or adopt any order. For example, if four members are present, an affirmative vote of three of those members present shall be sufficient to take Board action. 2 Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 4 of 22 Section 6. Voting. a. Voting shall be by voice vote, or show of hands, if necessary, and may be recorded by individual (or group). b. Each member present shall cast a vote on each question before the Board, except that if any member has a personal interest in a matter, he or she shall abstain from participation as a member ofthe Board in that matter. Section 7. to the public. Section 8. Procedure. Parliamentary procedure in Board meetings shall be governed by Robert's Rules of Order, as amended, and by the Rules and Regulations contained herein. Records. All records of regular and special meetings or hearings shall be open Section 9. The Code Enforcement Board shall be governed by the provisions of the Florida Sunshine Amendment and Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees. ARTICLE VI Order of Business I. Roll Call 2. Approval of Agenda 3. Approval of Minutes 4. Public Hearings/Motions A. Motions B. Stipulations (Non Contested Cases and present at the hearing) C. Hearings a. Contested Cases by Respondents and present at the hearing b. Cases of Respondent not present at the hearing 5. Old Business 6. New Business 7. Reports 8. Comments 9. Next Meeting Date 10. Adjourn 3 Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 5 of 22 The order of business may be suspended by a vote ofthe majority of those members present. ARTICLE VII Initiation of Actions Before the Board Section I. Actions before the Board shall be initiated by a Code Enforcement Investigator filing an Affidavit of Violation, which shall include a statement of the facts and circumstances of the alleged violation and shall identify the code or ordinance, which has been violated with the Secretary to the Board. No member of the Board may initiate action before the Board. Section 2. The Secretary to the Board shall assign a file number to each case and schedule a hearing. Section 3. The Secretary to the Board shall send out a Notice of Hearing along with a Statement of Violation and a copy of the Rules and Regulations to the alleged violator by either certified mail, return receipt requested, hand delivery upon a party, posting on the property and at the courthouse, or in any manner authorized as provided by the Ordinance establishing the Code Enforcement Board. The Secretary to the Board shall provide Notice to the Code Enforcement Investigator and the alleged violator as herein provided at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing at which the alleged violator's case will be presented to the Board. A copy of said Notice shall be sent to the attorney for the Board, the supervisor of the Code Enforcement Investigator involved, and the Code Enforcement Investigator involved. Section 4. The Notice of Hearing shall inform the alleged violator that he or she is permitted to provide an answer/response packet of information to the Secretary to the Board for distribution to the Board Members prior to the Board Hearing. The Code Enforcement Investigator shall submit the charging packet of information detailing the alleged violation(s) to the Secretary of the Board for distribution to the Board Members at least fifteen (IS) business days prior to the Board Hearing. In order to have the information submitted to the Board Members, the alleged violator shall submit fifteen (15) copies of his or her information to the Secretary to the Board five (5) business days prior to the scheduled hearing. The Secretary to the Board shall distribute the packet to the Board Members not later than three (3) days prior to the hearing. The Code Enforcement Investigators charging packet shall be delivered to the alleged violator along with the Notice of Hearing. The Secretary to the Board shall not deliver the charging packet to the Board Members until he or she receives the alleged violator's answer/response packet or until the deadline by which the alleged violator's packet of information must be received by the Secretary to the Board has passed. Ifthe alleged violator timely delivers his or her answer/response packet to the Secretary to the Board, the Secretary to the Board shall deliver all packets together. Section 5. In emergency situations, the timelines set forth in this paragraph can be abbreviated or set aside to address the alleged violation in order to avoid further damage to the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Collier County, Florida. 4 Agenda Item No. 16A1 October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 22 ARTICLE VIII Prehearing Procedures Section 1. Prehearing meetings between parties. The alleged violator and Code Enforcement Investigator are encouraged to have a prehearing conference one (1) hour prior to the scheduled hearing. At the prehearing conference the following may occur: a The Respondent/alleged violator may be asked if he/she wishes to contest the violations. If so, the case shall be placed on the agenda as stated in Article VI. b. The parties may stipulate to an agreed Order, to be approved by the Board. c. The parties may stipulate to any facts, exhibits or other evidence to be introduced into the record, which are not in dispute. d. The names and addresses of witnesses to be called may be exchanged. Any facts or evidence stipulated to shall be presented to the Board Members along with any prehearing packets or agreements either party intends to provide to the Board Members. Section 2. Prehearing Motions. Any motion for any reason to be filed by the alleged violator or the Code Enforcement Investigator shall be delivered to the Board's Attorney or the Boards Secretary and the opposing party, or their counsel, if applicable, at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. The person filing the motion shall provide the Board's Secretary with fifteen (15) copies of the motion. The Board's Attorney will then distribute the motions to the Board Members. The Board may waive the requirements set forth in this paragraph under exceptional circumstances. ARTICLE IX Hearings Formal rules of evidence shall not apply, but fundamental due process shall be observed. The Board is without jurisdiction to hear any statement, argument or evidence alleging that any provision of the county's ordinances is unenforceable due to conflict with the Constitutions of the United States or State of Florida, Florida Statutes, administrative agency regulations, other county ordinances, or court decisions. The following procedures will be observed at hearings before the Board: a. In a non-contested case the only evidence heard shall be the statement of the violation and any stipulated agreement. b. Where notice of hearing has been provided in accordance with Florida Statutes, Section 162.12, a hearing may proceed in the absence of the Respondent. 5 Agenda item No. '16.A.1 October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 22 c. The Secretary to the Board shall read the statement of violation against the Respondent/alleged violator. d. The Respondent/alleged violator shall state his/her full legal name, mailing address and physical residence. e. If the Respondent/alleged violator is not present and is represented by a person other than an attorney, the Respondent should submit a notarized letter to the Chair of the Board granting that individual permission to represcnt him/her at the hearing. f. Presentations of a case may be limited to twenty (20) minutes per party, including testimony of all witnesses. If the Respondent believes that additional time is required, he/she shall notify the Board Secretary prior to the scheduled hearing. g. Any evidence which is sought to be introduced by a party during the party's presentation is admitted at the discretion of the Board and may be objected to by the opposing side. If necessary the Board may grant a recess or continuance to examine said evidence. h. All persons testifying before the Board shall do so under oath. i. Each side may be permitted to make brief opening statements, if requested. The County shall present its case and Respondent/alleged violator shall present hislher case. Both parties shall have an opportunity to cross-examine any person testifying. j. Any person who can provide relevant evidence to support that a violation has or has not occurred and wishes to testify should notify the Board Secretary prior to commencement of the public hearing. Testimony may be limited to no more than five (5) minutes unless extended by a majority vote of the Board. k. The Board or its attorney may question any witness( es) or call any witness( es) as necessary. I. The right of the parties to present rebuttal evidence is discretionary with the Board. m. Upon completion of all the evidence, each side may be permitted to make brief closing arguments and the Chair shall close the hearing. n. The Board shall deliberate in open session before the public and determine whether the County has proven by competent substantial evidence that a violation has occurred. If the Board determines that a violation has occurred, it shall then deliberate and determine what corrective action and potential fines shall be appropriate. If the Board does not find that a violation has occurred, the charges shall be dismissed. o. The Board, upon finding a Respondent in violation, shall issue an oral Order to Comply, setting a date certain for compliance. The Order shall contain Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and state the corrective action granted by the Board. The Board may include in such Order a fine to take effect the day following the specified compliance date in case of non- 6 Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 8 of 22 compliance. In determining the amount of the fine, if any, the Board shall consider the following factors: (1) the gravity of the violation; (2) any actions taken by the violator to correct the violation; (3) any previous violations committed by the violator; and (4) any other relevant factors. Such fme shall not exceed One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date and Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for repeat violations for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date. In addition, the Respondent/violator may be ordered to pay any operational and/or prosecution costs incurred. Said Order shall be reduced to writing and be mailed to the Respondent/violator within ten (10) days. p. In the event the violation is a violation described in Section 162.06(4), Fla. Stat., the Board may direct the appropriate department within the unincorporated county to make all reasonable repairs required to bring the property into compliance and charge the violator with the reasonable costs of repairs along with the fine and any operational or prosecutorial costs. q. A party may motion a rehearing of the Board's Order, based only on the ground that the decision was contrary to the evidence or that the hearing involved an error on a ruling oflaw, which was fundamental to the decision of the Board. The written Motion for Rehearing shall specifY the precise reasons thereof. A Motion for Rehearing shall be in writing and sent to the Secretary to the Board within ten (10) days of the date the Order is received by the party, but in no event more than twenty (20) days from the date of mailing of the Order. The Order of the Board shall be stayed and the time for taking an appeal tolled until the Motion for Rehearing has been disposed of and the decision received by the parties; provided, however, that in no event shall the Order be stayed for a period longer than twenty (20) days from date of the mailing of the rehearing decision. r. The Board shall make a determination as to whether ornot to rehear the matter and its decision shall be made at a public meeting, reduced to writing and mailed to the interested parties within 10 days after the decision is made. If the Board determines that it will grant a rehearing, it may: (I) Schedule a hearing where the parties will be given the opportunity of presenting evidence or argument limited by the Board to the specific reasons for which the rehearing was granted; or (2) ModifY or reverse its prior Order, without receiving further evidence, providing that the change is based on a finding that the prior decision of the Board resulted from a ruling on a question of law which the Board has been informed was an erroneous ruling. s. Any aggrieved party may appeal a final Order of the Board to the Circuit Court within thirty (30) days of the execution of the Order appealed. An appeal shall not be a hearing de novo (a new hearing), but shall be limited to appellate review of the record created. Filing an Appeal shall not stay the Board's Order. ARTICLE X Reduction or Abatement of Fines Prior to Imposition of Fine Section 1. A Motion for Reduction or Abatement of Fines shall be in the form of a written request. The Motion should contain the following information: (a) name, and address of 7 Aoenda item [\)0. 16A 1 -' October 9. 2007 Page 9 of 22 named Respondent; (b) names of all owners of the property which is the subject of the violation; (c) physical address of subject property; (d) nature of violation; (e) description of abatement of violation and date of abatement; (In the event that the violation cannot be abated by Respondent, the Respondent shall include in the Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines a detailed description of the efforts undertaken for abatement and an explanation as to why the violation cannot be abated, and provide support documentation to that effect); (t) mitigating factors which Respondent believes warrants a reduction or abatement of fines; (g) any other factors that may be considered by the Board; (h) signature of Respondent; and (i) all supporting documentation. The Respondent should provide the Secretary to the Board fifteen (15) copies of the Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines, attaching all supporting documentation. A Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines may be made after a violation has been abated, or in the event a violation cannot be abated, after a diligent attempt to abate the violation in accordance with the Board's Order has been made. Under no circumstances may a Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines be made after the Board has authorized foreclosure by the County Attorney's Office. Section 2. Upon the proper filing of a Motion, the Secretary to the Board shall set the Motion on the next available agenda of the Code Enforcement Board. The failure of the Respondent to comply with the requirements set forth above may be grounds for dismissal of the Motion by the Code Enforcement Board. Such dismissal shall be without prejudice to the Respondent to file another motion accordance with these Rules. Section 3. Upon the proper filing of a Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines, the Board may consider the following factors: (a) the gravity of the violation; (b) actions taken by the Respondent to correct the violation; (c) whether there were previous violations committed by the violator; (d) the cost upon the violator to correct the violation; (e) the reasonable time necessary to correct the violation; (t) the value of the real estate compared to the amount of the finellien; (g) any hardship the fine/lien would cause on the Respondent; (h) the time and cost incurred by Code Enforcement to have the violation corrected and (i) any other equitable factors which would make the requested mitigation appropriate. Section 4. The Respondent shall have the burden of proofto show why a finellien should be reduced or abated. The hearing shall be conducted according to Article IX of these Rules, where applicable. Section 5. If a reduction is granted; the reduced fine must be paid within thirty (30) days, unless otherwise specified in the order, or unless staff, in its discretion, negotiates an installment plan. If payment is not made within the specified time, the fine shall revert to the original amount. The Order shall be reduced to writing and a certified copy of the Order shall be recorded in the public records and thereafter shall constitute a lien against the land on which the violation exists and upon any other real property or personal property owned by the violator. Section 6. The Board will not re-hear a motion for reduction of fines once a decision has been reached on a previous motion for reduction of fines. Section 7. The Board's decision to grant or deny mitigation of an Order Imposing 8 Agenda Item No. 16.'1.1 October 9, 2007 Page 10 of 22 Fine/Lien shall be reduced to writing and a certified copy of an Order imposing a fine shall be recorded in the public records and thereafter shall constitute a lien against the land on which the violation exists and upon any other real property or personal property owned by the violator. Any aggrieved party may appeal a final order to the Circuit Court within thirty (30) days of the execution ofthe Order appealed. An appeal shall not be a hearing de novo (new hearing), but shall be limited to appellate review of the record created. Filing an Appeal shall not stay the Board's Order. ARTICLE XI Imoosition of Fines Section 1. After an Order has been issued by the Board and a date of compliance has been set, the Code Enforcement Investigator shall make a reinspection to determine compliance or non-compliance with the Order of the Board. Section 2. The Code Enforcement Investigator shall_file an Affidavit of Compliance or Non-Compliance with the Secretary to the Board. A copy of said Affidavit may be sent to the violator by regular U.S. mail and recorded in the Public Records of Collier County, Florida. The Secretary to the Board shall report the status of the said affidavit at the next scheduled Board meeting. Section 3. Upon a Motion for Imposition of Fines being filed by the County, the Board shall set the Motion for hearing with proper notice to the Respondent. Any Motion for AbatementlReduction of Fines shall be set on the same date for hearing of the County's Motion, when received in a timely manner. This hearing shall not be a trial de novo or a new hearing on the original case. The County may present evidence of the period of non-compliance, the amount of daily fines and the total amount of fine requested to be imposed, as well as any operational costs incurred or to be imposed. Respondent may be given the opportunity to present any written Motion for AbatementlReduction of Fines and any testimony in support thereof. Respondent may also, at the discretion of the Board, be given the opportunity to present testimony regarding efforts made toward compliance and abatement, which may be considered as mitigating circumstances. In rebuttal, the County may be given the opportunity to present testimony regarding aggravating circumstances. Section 4. The Board shall determine the amount of fines as applicable to be imposed. In determining the amount of the fine, if any, the Board shall consider the following factors: (I) the gravity of the violation; (2) any actions taken by the violator to correct the violation; (3) any previous violations committed by the violator; and (4) any other relevant factors. Such fine shall not exceed One Thousand Dollars ($1,000,00) for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date and Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for repeat violations for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date. In addition, the Respondent/violator may be ordered to pay any operational and/or prosecution costs incurred. In the event the violation(s) haslhave not been abated at the time of the hearing on the Motion for Imposition of Fines, the Board may determine if daily fines shall continue to accrue or if a stay is appropriate. The Board's determination to impose 9 Agenda Item I'~o. i6A1 October 9.2007 Page 11 of 22 operational costs andlor fmes, shall be reduced to writing and a copy of the Order Imposing Fine/Lien shall be mailed to the violator by regular U.S. mail or served upon the violator as specified by the Ordinance and recorded in the Public Records of Collier County, Florida. Section 5. A certified copy of an Order ofImposition of Fines shall be recorded in the public records and thereafter shall constitute a lien against the land on which the violation exists and upon any other real property or personal property owned by the violator. For all Orders Imposing Fines/Liens rendered after April 16, 1999, the Order, when properly recorded, shall be superior to the interest on such property of any ov.ner lessee, tenant, mortgagee, or other person except the lien of County taxes, and shall be coequal with county taxes, Upon petition to the Circuit Court, such Order may be enforced in the same manner as a court judgment by the sheriffs of this State, including levy against personal property, but shall not be deemed to be a court judgment except for enforcement purposes. A fine imposed pursuant to this part shall continue to accrue until the violator comes into compliance or until judgment is rendered in a suit to foreclose on a lien filed pursuant to the ordinance, whichever comes first. After three (3) months from the filing of any such lien, which remains unpaid, the Board may authorize the attorney representing the Board of County Commissioners to foreclose on the lien. No lien created pursuant to this ordinance may be foreclosed on real property, which is homestead under Section 4, Article X of the Florida Constitution. Section 6. No lien imposed pursuant to this article shall continue for a period longer than twenty (20) years after the certified copy of an Order oflmposition of Fine/Lien has been recorded, unless within that time an action to foreclose on the lien is commenced in a court of competent jurisdiction. In an action to foreclose on a lien, the prevailing party is entitled to recover all costs, including a reasonable attorney's fee that it incurred in the foreclosure. ARTICLE XII Miscellaneous Section 1. These Rules and Regulations may be revised and adopted consistent with state statutes and county ordinances during a regular meeting by the affirmative vote of a majority of the full Board, including alternates, provided notice of a proposed change is given to the Board at a preceding regular meeting. Section 2. No Board member shall knowingly discuss any case with any alleged violator or with each other or with any other interested party prior to the final resolution of the case by the Board. Section 3. In the event a violation is occurring on property under multiple ownership andlor in which there is a tenant and there is the potential that the other property owner(s)' or tenant(s)' interest will be affected by the Board's decision, the Code Enforcement Investigator may include the property owner andlor tenant as Respondent to the case. Section 4. Intervention by non-parties may be permitted if the non-party has been found 10 - Agenda Item I~o. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 12 of 22 by the Board to be an affected party. Section 5. The Board, at its discretion, may ask for periodic reports from County staff as to the status of cases. Section 6. In the event of a conflict between these Rules and Regulations and the provisions of any ordinance(s) or statute(s) applicable to the Code Enforcement Board, the provisions of the ordinance(s) or statute(s) shall prevail. Section 7. Any case in which there has been a hearing by the Board prior to the adoption of these Rules and Regulations shall be governed by the previously adopted rules and regulations in effect at the time of the hearing. '", THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS, As Amended, ARE HEREBY APPROVED this liS day of ") v "' Q. ,2007. COLLIER COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD JL. /5~~ Sheri Barnett, C t \ IJ Agenda I!em No. 16A1 October 9. 2007 Page 13 of 22 COLLIER COUNTY SPECIAL MASTER RULES AND REGULATIONS ARTICLE I Name The name of this Governing Authority shall be the Collier County Special Master. ARTICLE II Jurisdiction The Special Master has jurisdiction over those matters which are set forth in all ordinances of Collier County, Florida ARTICLE III Meeting Requirements Section I. Regular Meetings. Regular meetings of the Special Master shall be held twice monthly on the first and third Friday in the Collier County Commission Chambers, and/or at other times and places as needed, and determined by the Special Master. The Chambers will be open to the public at 8:15 a.m. Pre-hearing conference proceedings will begin at 8:30 a.m. with bearings commencing at 9:00 a.m. Section 2. to the public. Section 3. Procedure. Parliamentary procedure in Special Master meetings shall be governed by the Rules and Regulations contained herein. Records. All records of regular and special meetings or hearings shall be open ARTICLE IV Order of Business 1. Call to Order 2. Approval of Agenda I Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 14 of 22 3. Approval of Minutes 4. Motions for Continuance 5. Public Hearings a. Stipulations b. Hearings (Respondent present at hearing) c. Hearings (Respondent not present at the hearing) 6. New Business a. Motion for Imposition of Fines b. Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines 7. Old Business a Request to forward cases for Foreclosure/Collections 8. Consent Agenda 9. Reports 10. Announcements 11. Next Meeting Date 12. Adjourn The order of business may be suspended by decision of the Special Master. ARTICLE V Initiation of Actions before the Special Master Section I. Actions before the Special Master shall be initiated by a Code Enforcement Investigator, Sheriffs Deputy, Domestic Animal Services Officer, or other County Official with the powers to issue citations, filing a document, with the Office of the Special Master which shall include a statement of the facts and circumstances of the alleged violation and shall identify the code or ordinance, which has been violated. The Special Master may initiate action. Section 2. The Office of the Special Master shall assign a case number to each case and schedule a hearing. Section 3. The Office of the Special Master shall send out a Notice of Hearing along with a copy of the Rules and Regulations to the alleged violator by either certified mail, return receipt requested, hand delivery upon a party, posting on the property and at the courthouse, or in any manner authorized as provided by the Ordinance establishing the Special Master. The Office of the Special Master shall provide Notice to the Issuing Officer and the alleged violator as herein provided 2 ,L,genda Item No. 16A 1 October 9, 2007 Page 15 of 22 at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing at which the alleged violator's case will be presented to the Special Master. Section 4. The Notice of Hearing shall inform the alleged violator that he or she is permitted to provide an answer/response packet of information to the Office of the Special Master for distribution to the Special Master at the Hearing. In order to have the information submitted to the Special Master, the alleged violator shall submit four (4) copies of his or her information to the Office of the Special Master three (3) business days prior to the scheduled hearing. Section 5. In emergency situations, the timelines set forth in this paragraph can be abbreviated or set aside to 'address the alleged violation in order to avoid further damage to the bealth, safety and welfare of the citizens of Collier County, Florida. ARTICLE VI Prehearing Procedures Section I. Prehearing conference between parties. The alleged violator and Code Enforcement Investigator are required to have a prehearing conference thirty (30) minutes prior to the scheduled hearing. At the prehearing conference the following may occur: a. The Respondent/alleged violator may be asked if he/she wishes to contest the violation(s). If so, the case shall be placed on the agenda as stated in Article IV. b. The parties may stipulate to an agreed Order, to be approved by the Special Master. c. The parties may stipulate to any facts, exhibits or other evidence to be introduced into the record, which are not in dispute. d. The names and addresses of witnesses to be called may be exchanged. Any facts or evidence stipulated to shall be presented to the Special Master along with any prehearing packets or agreements either party intends to provide to the Special Master. Section 2. Prehearing Motions. Any motion for any reason to be filed by the alleged violator or the Issuing Officer shall be delivered to the Office of the Special Master and the opposing party, or their counsel, if applicable, at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. The person filing the motion shall provide the Office of the Special Master with four (4) copies of the motion. The Special Master Secretary will then distribute the motions to the Special Master at the hearing. The Special Master may waive the requirements set forth in this paragraph under exceptional circumstances. 3 Agenda Item No. 16A1 October 9, 2007 Page 16 of 22 ARTICLE VII Hearings Formal rules of evidence shall not apply, but fundamental due process shall be observed. The Special Master is without jurisdiction to hear any statement, argument or evidence alleging that any provision of the county's ordinances is unenforceable due to conflict with the Constitutions of the United States or State of Florida, Florida Statutes, administrative agency regulations, other county ordinances, or court decisions. The following procedures will be observed at hearings before the Special Master: a Where notice of hearing has been provided in accordance with Florida Statutes, Section 162.12, a hearing may proceed in the absence of the Respondent. b. The Special Master shall announce the case before hearing testimony. c. The Respondent/alleged violator shall state his/her full legal name, mailing address and physical residence. d. If the Respondent/alleged violator is not present and is represented by a person other than an attorney, the Respondent should submit a notarized letter to the Special Master granting that individual permission to represent him/her at the hearing. e. Presentations of a case may be limited to ten (l0) minutes per party, including testimony of all witnesses. If the Respondent believes that additional time is required, he/she shall notify the Special Master Secretary prior to the scheduled hearing. f. Any evidence which is sought to be introduced by a party during the party's presentation is admitted at the discretion of the Special Master and may be objected to by the opposing side. If necessary the Special Master may grant a recess or continuance to examine said evidence. g. All persons testifying before the Special Master shall do so under oath. h. Each side may be permitted to make brief opening statements, if requested. The County shall present its case and Respondent/alleged violator shall present hislher case. Both parties shall have an opportunity to cross-examine any person testifying. i. Any person who can provide relevant evidence to support that a violation has or has not occurred and wishes to testify, should notify the Secretary of the Special Master prior to commencement of the public hearing. Testimony may be limited to no more than five (5) minutes unless extended by the Special Master. J. necessary. The Special Master may question any witness( es) or can any witness( es) as k. The right of the parties to present rebuttal evidence is discretionary with the Special 4 Aoenda Item No. ~I 5A 1 ~ October 9,2007 Page 17 of 22 Master. l. Upon completion of all the evidence, each side may be permitted to make brief closing arguments and the Special Master shall close the hearing. m. The Special Master shall determine whether the County has proven by competent substantial evidence that a violation has occurred. If the Special Master determines that a violation has occurred, it shall then determine what corrective action and potential fines shall be appropriate. If the Special Master does not find that a violation has occurred, the charges shall be dismissed. n. The Special Master, upon finding a Respondent in violation, shall issue an oral Order to Comply, setting a date certain for compliance. The Order shall contain Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and state the corrective action granted by the Special Master. The Special Master may include in such Order a fine to take effect the day following the specified compliance date in case of non-compliance. In determining the amount of the fine, if any, the Special Master shall consider the following factors: (I) the gravity of the violation; (2) any actions taken by the violator to correct the violation; (3) any previous violations committed by the violator; and (4) any other relevant factors. Such fine shall not exceed One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date and Five thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for repeat violations for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date. In addition, the Respondent/violator may be ordered to pay any operational and/or prosecution costs incurred. Said Order shall be reduced to writing and be mailed to the Respondent/violator within ten (10) days. o. In the event the violation is a violation described in Section 162.06(4), Fla. Stat., the Special Master may direct the appropriate department within the unincorporated county to make all reasonable repairs required to bring the property into compliance and charge the violator with the reasonable costs of repairs along with the fme and any operational or prosecutorial costs. p. A party may motion a rehearing of the Special Master Order, based only on the ground that the decision was contrary to the evidence or that the hearing involved an error on a ruling of law, which was fundamental to the decision of the Special Master. The written Motion for Rehearing shall specify the precise reasons thereof. A Motion for Rehearing shall be in writing and sent to the Office of the Special Master within ten (10) days of the date the Order is received by the party, but in no event more than twenty (20) days from the date of mailing of the Order. The Order of the Special Master shall be stayed and the time for taking an appeal tolled until the Motion for Rehearing has been disposed of and the decision received by the parties; provided, however, that in no event shall the Order be stayed for a period longer than twenty (20) days from date of the mailing of the rehearing decision. q. The Special Master shall make a determination as to whether or not to rehear the matter and the decision shall be made at a public meeting, reduced to writing and mailed to the interested parties within 10 days after the decision is made. rfthe Special Master determines that it will grant a rehearing, it may: (I) Schedule a hearing where the parties will be given the opportunity of presenting evidence or argument limited by the Special Master to the specific reasons for which the rehearing was granted; or (2) ModifY or reverse its prior Order, without receiving further 5 Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9, 2007 Page 18 of 22 evidence, providing that the change is based on a finding that the prior decision of the Special Master resulted from a ruling on a question of law which the Special Master has been informed was an erroneous ruling. r. Any aggrieved party may appeal a final Order of the Special Master to the Circuit Court within thirty (30) days of the execution of the Order appealed. An appeal shall not be a hearing de novo (a new hearing), but shall be limited to appellate review of the record created. Filing an Appeal shall not stay the Special Master's Order. ARTICLE VIII Reduction or Abatement of Fines Prior to Imposition of Fine Section 1. A Motion for Reduction or Abatement of Fines shall be in the form of a written request. The Motion should contain the following information: (a) name, and address of named Respondent; (b) names of all owners of the property which is the subject of the violation; (c) physical address of subject property; (d) nature of violation; (e) description of abatement of violation and date of abatement; (In the event that the violation cannot be abated by Respondent, the Respondent shall include in the Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines a detailed description of the efforts undertaken for abatement and an explanation as to why the violation cannot be abated, and provide support documentation to that effect); (f) mitigating factors which Respondent believes warrants a reduction or abatement of fines; (g) any other factors that may be considered by the Special Master; (h) signature of Respondent; and (i) all supporting documentation. The Respondent should provide the Office of the Special Master four (4) copies of the Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fine, attaching all supporting documentation. A Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines may be made after a violation bas been abated, or in the event a violation cannot be abated, after a diligent attempt to abate the violation in accordance with the Special Master's Order has been made. Under no circumstances may a Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines be made after the Special Master has authorized foreclosure by the County Attorney's Office. Section 2. Upon the proper filing of a Motion, the Office of the Special Master shall set the Motion on the next available agenda of the Special Master. The failure of the Respondent to comply with the requirements set forth above may be grounds for dismissal of the Motion by the Special Master. Such dismissal shall be without prejudice to the Respondent to file another request in accordance with these Rules. Section 3. Upon the proper filing of a Motion for Reduction/Abatement of Fines, the Special Master may consider the following factors: (a) the gravity of the violation; (b) actions taken by the Respondent to correct the violation; ( c) whether there were previous violations committed by the violator; (d) the cost upon the violator to correct the violation; (e) the reasonable time necessary to correct the violation; (f) the value of the real estate compared to the amount of the fine/lien; (g) any hardship the finellien would cause on the Respondent; (h) the time and cost incurred by Code Enforcement to have the violation corrected and (i) any other equitable factors which would make the 6 Agenda it::.:m No. ~! 6A 1 OctClber 9, 2007 Page 19 of 22 requested mitigation appropriate. Section 4. The Respondent shall have the burden of proof to show why a finellien should be reduced or abated. The hearing shall be conducted according to Article VII oftbese Rules, where applicable. Section 5. If a reduction is granted; the reduced fme must be paid within thirty (30) days, unless otherwise specified in the order, or unless staff, in its discretion, negotiates an installment plan. If payment is not made within the specified time, the fine shall revert to the original amount. The Order shall be reduced to writing and a certified copy of the Order shall be recorded in the public records and thereafter shall constitute a lien against the land on which the violation exists and upon any other real property or personal property owned by the violator. Section 6. The Special Master will not re-hear a motion for reduction of fines once a decision has been reached on a previous motion for reduction of fines. Section 7. The Special Master's decision to grant or deny mitigation of an Order Imposing Fine/Lien shall be reduced to writing and a certified copy of an Order imposing a fine shall be recorded in the public records and thereafter shall constitute a lien against the land on whicb the violation exists and upon any other real property or personal property owned by the violator. Any aggrieved party may appeal a final order to the Circuit Court within thirty (30) days of the execution of the Order appealed. An appeal shall not be a hearing de novo (new hearing), but shall be limited to appellate review of the record created. Filing an Appeal shall not stay the Special Master's Order. ARTICLE IX Imposition of Fines Section I. After an Order has been issued by the Special Master and a date of compliance has been set, the Code Enforcement Investigator shall make a reinspection to determine compliance or non-compliance with the Order of the Special Master. Section 2. The Code Enforcement Investigator shall file an Affidavit of Compliance or Non-Compliance with the Secretary to the Special Master. A copy of said Affidavit may be sent to the violator by regular U.S. mail and recorded in the Public Records of Collier County, Florida The Office of the Special Master shall report the status of the said affidavit at the next scheduled Board meeting. Section 3. Upon a Motion for Imposition of Fines being filed by the County, the Office of the Special Master shall set the Motion for hearing before the Special Master with proper notice to the Respondent. Any Motion for Abatement/Reduction of Fines shall be set on the same date for hearing of the County's Motion, when received in a timely manner. This hearing shall not be a trial de novo or a new hearing on the original case. The County may present evidence of the period of non-compliance, the amount of daily fines and the total amount of fine requested to be imposed, as well as any operational costs incurred or to be imposed. Respondent may be given the opportunity to 7 .Agenda Item No. 16A 1 October 9, 2007 Page 20 of 22 present any written Motion for Abatement/Reduction ofFines and any testimony in support thereof. Respondent may also, at the discretion of the Special Master, be given the opportunity to present testimony regarding efforts made toward compliance and abatement, which may be considered as mitigating circumstances. In rebuttal, the County may be given the opportunity to present testimony regarding aggravating circumstances. Section 4 The Special Master shall determine the amount of fines as applicable to be imposed. In determining the amount of the fme, if any, the Special Master shall consider the following factors: (l) the gravity of the violation; (2) any actions taken by the violator to correct the violation; (3) any previous violations committed by the violator; and (4) any other relevant factors. Such fine shall not exceed One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date and Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for repeat violations for each day the violation continues past the specified compliance date. In addition, the Respondent/violator may be ordered to pay any operational and/or prosecution costs incurred. In the event the violation(s) has/have not been abated at the time of the bearing on the Motion for Imposition of Fines, the Special Master may determine if daily fines sball continue to accrue or if a stay is appropriate. The Special Master's determination to impose operational costs and/or fines shall be reduced to writing and a copy of the Order Imposing Fine/Lien shall be mailed to the violator by regular U.S. mail or served upon the violator as specified by the Ordinance and recorded in the Public Records of Collier County, Florida. Section 5. A certified copy of an Order ofImposition of Fines shall be recorded in the public records and thereafter sball constitute a lien against the land on which the violation exists and upon any other real property or personal property owned by the violator. Upon petition to the Circuit Court, such Order may be enforced in the same manner as a court judgment by the sheriffs of this State, including levy against personal property, but shall not be deemed to be a court judgment except for enforcement purposes. A fine imposed pursuant to this part shall continue to accrue until the violator comes into compliance or until judgment is rendered in a suit to foreclose on a lien filed pursuant to the ordinance, whichever comes fust. After three (3) months from the filing of any such lien, which remains unpaid, the Special Master may authorize the attorney representing the Board of County Commissioners to foreclose on the lien. No lien created pursuant to this ordinance may be foreclosed on real property, which is homestead under Section 4, Article X of the Florida Constitution. Section 6. No lien imposed pursuant to this article shall continue for a period longer than twenty (20) years after the certified copy of an Order of Imposition of FinelLi en has been recorded, unless within that time an action to foreclose on the lien is commenced in a court of competent jurisdiction. In an action to foreclose on a lien, the prevailing party is entitled to recover all costs, including a reasonable attorney's fee that it incurred in the foreclosure. 8 Agenda item No. 16A 1 October 9. 2007 Page 21 of 22 ARTICLE X Miscellaneous Section 1. These Rules and Regulations may be revised and adopted consistent with state statutes and county ordinances during a regular meeting. Section 2. The Special Master shall not knowingly discuss any case with any alleged violator or with any other interested party prior to the final resolution of the case. Section 3. In the event a violation is occurring on property under multiple ownership and/or in which there is a tenant and there is the potential that the other property owner(s)' or tenant(s)' interest will be affected by the Special Master's decision, the Code Enforcement Investigator may include the property owner and/or tenant as Respondent to the case. Section 4. Intervention by non-parties may be permitted if the non-party has been found by the Special Master to be an affected party. Section 5. The Special Master has discretion to ask for periodic reports from County staff as to the status of cases. Section 6. In the event of a conflict between these Rules and Regulations and the provisions of any ordinance(s) or statute(s) applicable to the Special Master, the provisions of the ordinance( s) or statute( s) shall prevail. Section 7. Any case in which there has been a hearing by the Special Master prior to the adoption of these Rules and Regulations shall be governed by the previously adopted rules and regulations in effect at the time of the hearing. THESE R~~l? REGULA nONS, As Amended, ARE HEREBY APPROVED this do{1... day of ~.....\\ ,2007. COLLIER COUNTY SPECIAL MASTER 9 Agenda Item No. 16-"1 October 9, 2007 Page 22 of 22 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to Endorse Code Enforcement Board and Special Magistrate Rules and Regulations OBJECTIVE: To obtain Board endorsement of the revised Rules and Regulations established for the Code Enforcement Board and endorsement of new Rules and Regulations established for the Special Magistrate. CONSIDERATION: The Collier County Code Enforcement Board was established in ]992 as an alternate means of enforcing violations to local codes and ordinances. The Collier County Special Magistrate was established in 2003 as another means of enforcing violations to local codes and ordinances including processing of citations issued by the Sheriffs Office, Domestic Animal Services and the Parks and Recreation Department. ]n accordance with State Statutes, the Code Enforcement Board and Special Magistrate are authorized to adopt their own rules and regulations identifying their jurisdictions and guidelines for conducting hearings. Along with information regarding the administration of hearings, the rules and regulations are utilized to inform the public of its due process rights. Staff along with legal council for the Code Enforcement Board and the County Attorney's Office has conducted extensive research of other jurisdictions' rules and regulations. The result of that research produced the original rules and regulations established for the Code Enforcement Board in 2001. Since that date the Code Enforcement Board has conducted an annual review to ensure that the rules in place are effective. With the establishment of a Special Magistrate process in 2003, original rules and regulations have also been developed for the Special Magistrate and are attached for the Board's endorsement. The Code Enforcement Board's and Special Magistrate's review for this year resulted in the following changes being recommended in the revised document attached to this Executive Summary. Some of the more substantive changes include I) Section 3; Article X was placed under Reduction or Abatement of Fines prior to Imposition of Fine, 2) The change of the fine amount that may be imposed fi'om $250 to $1,000 and for a repeat violation, from $500 to $5,000 to reflect language adopted by the Board of County Commissioners in the Consolidated Ordinance 2007-44. FISCAL IMPACT: The Rules are furthering the Ordinance adopted by the Board of County Commissioners and the projected revenues anticipated for the fine increase authorized by Ordinance 2007-44 have been included in the budget for FY'08. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This item has no growth management impact. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners endorse the proposed Code Enforcement Board Rules and Regulations and Special Magistrate Rules and Regulations, which has been executed by each Code Board member and by the Special Magistrate via signature. PREPARED BY: Bendisa Marku, Operations Coordinator Code Enforcement Department Agenda Ilem No. 16A2 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 2 OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Cedar Hammock, Unit 2, has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on October 19, 2001. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $39,562.10 for the water facilities and $59,704.50 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[sJ). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $99,266.60. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 2, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. ~ PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page] of I Aqcnd2 Item ~~o,lfjA,2 , OclnlJe~ 9, 2007 P3>1e 2 of ,1 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,(;t,2 F.f'Cll';rnenGCltion tn :lPprov~ firlal acceptance of the water aM sewer utility faciJit;E~s for Cedar H<lrnrri':!C~. Und 2 10m12007 SOO OOAM Prt'pared By Dale Jodi P~nnullo Community Development & EnvironmentalSer"ices Adminlslr~live A~s<slant CDESEngineering Serv'ces 1lI31/200710'4C::15AM Date Approved By Tllomas E. Kuck. P.E, Community Development & Environmenl.llServices CDESEm)ineerinfj Survices Director CD~S Eng'llcC'rirl(J S"rv<ces BI31/200711:27AM DJte Approved By JudyPU'9 CommunityD"velopment& Erwirornnnn13IServices OperJ~ions An.llysl Community rmv"iopment& Environn1en~JI ServicasAdmin. BIJ1!20071:J6PM Approved 8y Date Stephen L, N,Jgy PUblic Utilil,es WastewllterCollectionsManager WasteWater 9/6/20072:32 PM Date Approved By G.George Yilmaz PublicLltilitil:ls WllsloWaterDirl'ctor WasmWllter 9!6/2007B:OS PM L"te Approvcd By Pam"l~ ,-ibby Public Utilit.e~ W~terOpcrationsManagcr Witter 9!i!l.'200712:36PM Dale Approvcdlly r'."u! li,:Ht;","ch P~iJijc U\II,lI':s WalerDirector Water 9110120074:21 PM Date Approwd By Marlene "lev,""rt ExecutivH Se:rt'tery 9118!20071il:18AM A,)provcd By Community uevciop"'Cl1t & Community ('cv~'iopmellt & fn\'ironl11enW! SeNic"s Enliironlllentnl,,(erv,ce,Admin POI.' 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Agenda Item No. 16A2 October 9. 2007 ?age 3 of 4 l"li'.nA.R HAMMOCK UNIT 2 ---.------ - .- V..iIIultiool ofllual.......WIlter & Sewu . ..~..--I- ...~ ---- DESCRIPrION .. .-- 1-. UNIT PRICE r<>TALQU"". <>TAL AMOIIN" O. UNIT UDit2 WATER SYSTEM on ..- ~. 8" pvc DR 18 1720 l{~ __m $11.7~ .-' 1.720.00 20.261.60 8" PVC DR 14 160 LF $13.90 ~. .1.6JlcllO. .. 2.224.00 ----~- "':"~~---S.3j6.00 Fire Hydrant Assembly -.-~----- ~.. 4 EA $2.084.00 .. ..~ 18~ Gate Valves .-"- ---. 1 EA 5659.00 1.00 659.00 ~-~ SiD-2ie-Water Service .- --- 8 EA $256.00 8.00 2.048.00 Double Water Service 9 . EA __On $307.50 9.00 2.767.50 Air Release Valve - 1 -'Ei- $1.030.00 .._.~ 1,030.00 Connect to Exis~ Main 1 EA $1.512.00 1.00 1.512.00 Perm.""~ling Point un EA .. $724.00 I 1.00 724.00 1 I I ---'~--- ~- ----- ~. --- I SUBTOTAL . --_.- _no .-.. Unit 2 SANITARY SEWER -- .- --'- 1O~ PVC Gravitv Sewer 1850 LF $20.85 1.850.00 38.572.50 I SmiitII'Y Manholes . EA $2.734.00 5.00 .13.670.00 -- 5 Double Sewer Service . ------.., 13 EA $574.00 13,00 7.462.00 -.~--_. ..-.- -. .n- . I 'r , .~.. ..~ -==-== I ~_.- -----~ --+-- TOTAL-----.-. $99.266.60 , . == -- --~- -~j . . .---- -- . on ~~ -..---- 1---. =-==l-'" I .-- !---.- , ---~--_. I -------- -.. ..--- . -- ..- -~~--~- ~~~- -. .. .1- -- - ~- __. ---..-- on ....-.- ==.1' .. _ . - --- ---'1--' . -- .._-~ --- \ -- ~. --~-~._-- . . .-."- -- ----~ .~~-- '- ----~---. ~. -' I .J...... . ..~ . ... 1=.__L.. . . I ('oJ"-,,, 4:0_ =0 ,. '7 Q) < - "" ~Q)ro -=:.oCL (DO =':::0 ",0 ~ Qj en 4: - ~ u " u > > 8 ~ . ,: "j , ~ " " " ;'l;'i , " ~ -~~ - '''11';) I W , >- , 0< ! , " I I !: u iTI , " ~~ ~~ ~ r 0 . " l~ .' -~ " i S)ld"'N.JON:TF.llS]~Oj ~ ~< W~"" -~ ~---- S]1dV'" .10 N3~ ~S3~OJ J W~ (,.. ~,,) "~.^."noa ",11100 ~ a.. <( L " w ~ Ji " I- - u en z o w - !::!:( ",0 o ~ ~ ""'""(>,,lON I -. - ..- , . , . I , , ~. ~ I . H i ~ ~3 , n .,,- ..-, >-z 00 w - ~~ 00 g:g ! '0 '- H r < ~~ - ,I ti~ 0 , i j ~ do , ! ,j" , i i i ~ ~ ~~;;: !l 1"- "''S! !l ~ i !l !' ~J cio'D i! .~i'i= ,. ;'~" ~~ , ..- :l,"We,<\ NOUVj....... ~e ......,;;lr:,'.... , ! ! . ~~! ; , ! i , , iH 5;~~ , ~[ , '" .... Z ::> '" o " ~ .., :x: '" .., Q W U [J I 0- l i <( L Z 0 - I- <( u .. 0 .....J . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 16A3 October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 4 Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 3 OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Cedar Hammock, Unit 3, has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on April 12, 2002. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $45,430.60 for the water facilities and $59,050.75 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[sJ). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable, FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $104,481.35. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 3, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: ItemSllmmary: Meeting Date: Page I of I Ilqencill18m ~Jo,16A3 , October? 2007 P::I[J82 014 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16;\3 Fiecom",c'lcation tn approve final approval ofth8 l'IIate: and sewer utility facilities iorCedar H8rnI11G~". '-Ih,t 1(,1IS/:'CDi80UOQ/IM O"le Prepared By Jod. Pannullo Community D'NBlopnlent & E,wiro"me"tal$ervices A(lm",i~lr"tive Afisi,a~nl CDE'S E"9'nepring Service5 a:111200710:4Z,OBAM Date Approved By Thomas. E, Kuck, P_E Community De\'elopment& EnvironmenlalServ'ces COSS Sn9""mring Services Director CDESEnginw"ri'lg S"rvices 8f311200711:28AM Date Approved By Judy Puig Operahons Arwlyst Community Dev"lapment & Comnwnitl' Development & Envlronmenlill S,,"'ices Environmental Service!> Admin 6/31120071:4fiPM St~phen L. Nagy Date Approved By Public lHilities Wastewater Collections Manager WilsteWaler 916/20072:32PM Appro\'ed By G, GcorgeYlirnaz PUblic Utiilties WasteWater Director Date WastrNvater 91612Cl07B:OSPM D~le Approved By Pi"\1['I~ Libby Publir Ulilities WalNOperatiorlsMaollger Wa'\" 9/17i20071:36PM Dale Approved By Mi!r;ene StevJart Executive Secrm",ry 8118/2007 'ItJ:16AM Approved By CcmfT1",liry Development & Comm..mi;y Dev['!":pmcnt & En\liwnmc'ntal Sf"-vices En.',ronmental S"CI'vices Admin. P~ul ;,(J(tau5ch PulliicUlilitW5 Willer Direclor Date Water 9:181200711:42AM ['ate Apprond By Ro,' B, Andefs"l1, f',E. Pu~lic Utilities PLlhli~ uti:,ti,," [n\:,'1<}(,ril1g Director PubllcUlii,:'ic',En;l'''',>f'ri':\J 9118120074:48 PM Approved By .ios'oph K_ Schmitt C"'T'flllmltyDe'/eloi>menl& Env.rQ","rwntal Ser'Jic'~s C0T11murllty ~'~)\..e' ;mldll &. L'nvi","~,,-,.-":',".! S,,'v,cus , drl1instrlltor Jate CC"'lmun;;',U""C-"orme,,,a. [cnv;con,n-;:"t,,!S",'v,c,-:"_o;',dmin H:21120T76:24PM DJ1" ApprO\'cd By Or:EC(1ordin1\\or tdr!H,,,str~ti"e S"rvi~es Al'pliciJ'-iGnc, !-\n~I/"t Inlorm.,tic,nTecilnol(1gy SI24';!;J071J:1()/,M ['ate Approved By Markl""cksOIl County Mil[1~Qe"5 Office Budg<-'tAr,;"lyst Offic~ of r"~JndDClTle"\ & Budget S:2Ci2J07 ~5? pr~ Date Approved By Jnm""V Mudd Bo"rdc.fC'Hl'lty COlTlmi~s.omm" County Mana'Jer County Milfl;;ger's Office 9/29120079:31 AM f11....I/I'.\ A fT"'fTA"T...<:t\PvnnrtIOn_n"t"hp,.o/,,?nO o!n?{nnn7\ 1 f, %?nrnNSFNTO/,.,?(lAr.FNnA \ In!1n007 . . MITCHELL & STARK CONSTRUCTION co:,ofN'c. LICENSED GENERAL CONTRACTOR t gena8 Item hlo 16.0.3 October 9 2007 6001 SHIRLEY STREET NAPLES. FLORIDA 34109-6202 PH: 941-597-2165 FAX: 941-566-7865 TO: Banks Engineering, Inc. FROM: Mitchell & Stark Construction Co. Inc. 600 I Shirley Street Naples, Florida 34109 SUBJECT: Verification afFinal Costs Water and Wastewater Cedar Hammock - Unit 3 UNIT # 3 WATER 1. 8" PVC DR 18 WM 1,690 LF $13.69 $23,136.10 2. Fire Hydrant Assembly 3 EA $2.575.00 $ 7,725.00 3. 8" Gate Valve 2EA $659.00 $ 1,318.00 4. Single Water Scrvice 13 EA S256.00 $ 3,328.00 5. Double Water Scrvice 25 EA $307.50 $ 7,687.50 6. Connect to Existing Main I LS $ I ,512.00 $ 1,512.00 7. Perm. Sampling Point 1 EA $724.00 $ 724.00 TOTAL $45,430.60 UNIT # 3 W ASTEW A TER 1. 10" PVC Gravity Sewer 1,335 LF $20.85 $27,834.75 2. Sanitary Sewer Manhole 4EA $2,734.00 $ I 0,936.00 3. Single Service to HalfWay House lEA $986.00 $ 986.00 4. Double Sewer Service 31EA $574.00 $17,794.00 5. Tie onto Existing Sewer lLS $1.500.00 $ 1,500.00 TOTAL $59,050.75 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER S3ld'fN j{) N31~ 153l1O.:I -~ ~~ '--=- ~.~ lV~"'~ ~. ----------- M r- '" <{O_ (DOO --" '" OJ .OJ - ill (l) "'.oQ a,.Q C=O ",0 ;2 (jj Vl <{ '"~ (,~" -"-~) ~"'Al"'oe ~lmo' o > > o < ~ ---~~~ ~ . "":><;0,,0" / - -I-- ~; . I . . , r-- I l ~~ ~ " . ~~ 1 l ~~ ~~ --g- GJ w ~ r-1 c5 , ~ , ~i -~ - '"= ~i ~- o , ! ! i , h ;do .,- ~~ ~ c:; "'- i'ii o ~ o , " !~ ~ ~ U~ " " '. :;; :i ~E ~~ I , ",.-.,.0.; ~! H - ,- ! I ! ~i; ~! " i~ ~ ~ tl~ ~ ~ i II , I , I H~ I'> T): . a.. <( L Li.J I- en '" .... Z ::> '" v o ~ '" :I: '" '" o w v I > , ~ a.. <( L :z o I- <( u o --l Agenda Item No. 16A4 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Cedar Hammock, Tract F-4 OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Cedar Harnmock, Tract F-4 has constructed the water facility within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of this water utility facility was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on May 7, 2002. At that time, the value of this utility facility (assets) was $23,000 (see attachment[s]). Final Acceptance is in accordance with Ordinance 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff has recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency, 4) The water facility has been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water- Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff and this facility has been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. 6) The water utility infrastructure connected beyond the master meter is owned and maintained by the owner. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facility, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $23,000. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney was required to complete this final acceptance. Agenda item ~Io. 16A4 October 9. 2007 Page 2 of 5 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water facility for Cedar Hammock, Tract F-4, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date; Page I of 1 Agen Ii] 118m ~Jo If,A4 :Jctober 9. /:007 PaJ8:',of5 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16",4 To .'ICC.()P\ f11\8' ar,Q unconditional conveyal"ice 01 the water utility facility for Cedar Hammock, Tract 1'_.1 101rJ/1C}J780GOC);,M Prepared By Dale Jodi Pnnnullo Community DcvElopmem 8- Envlronm"mal5ervices Admini~trJjiv" A5c.'31~nl CDES Engineering Serv,ces 9i4120078:40:02 AM Date Approved Ry Thoma('. E. Kuck ""E. Community Pevelol'm"'1t & EnvironmentalSer'lices CDSo~ Engineenng Service('. D,rector CD:,S En\1ineering Services S14l20078,S8AM Pate Approved By JudyPuig OI'()wt"ln54nilIVsl Commulllty Dev.clopment & Communitl' [Jevelopment & EnvirClml1enIJIS'"vicesr,urnin. 9/S120079A4AM EIlvironmerltalSe,""ices Date Appro~'ed Ry PamE'l~ Libby PublIC Utiliti,,~ Water Operations Manager W;l\t'r 9117120071:36 PM Dale Approved Ry Marlene 5lewart Executive Svcr"tary Community D<Nel0pment & Community Dc,,~dopmQrlt & Env>ronm,'ntal Services Erlvlronmental S~'ViCf;-S Admin. 9118!20071n:09AM Appro\'('d By Date P<<ul Mattilu5ch Pubii~ U(iI'ti~s Wa:crDirector W~ler 9/18l200711:41 AM Dale Appruved By Ro)'B. 4mJ",,",,on.P.E. PUblic Uh!lti~'s P"!JtiG Utilities En~iineering Dirt,ctor Pubh~ Utilitie:. Enqjn~ering 9118/2007449 PM Approved By Joseph K Scl1mitt Comonunh.,.- DC\I['I<:,prr-,"'nl& r:n"'rNlrrl"-:1tJI';e,.,ice~;AdmiI15tr;1tor ;)<lte Commw',lj ~"v'-i!i;r;ruent & COI~'n;u"it" Devt.i('p'l"'nt & EnviroI1Jnt'I't-l1 S<-,rvi"e:,J'_:!rnin 9/21i20078:30 PM EnvirerHncntaiS'ctv;ces Date Approved By O~-,'E'; C",ynJi'-'.'HIr Adminls!rat'vc Services !\l1l.'il-~~\"''''[' Analys! Inf"'.rll;,lionTcJch,-,ni"J\' 9/2."2007 10:10 ~"I;I; Date Allpruvcd By MJrk I,."ck~on Counly Manager'sOWell BU'''I'': ""lill/51 OHice of r""""getn"nt& Budget 9/25/2:J07J:Of PI", Dale Appro~'ed By Jam"s \}, Mudd Boardo(County Commissioners County Manaw" CDUllty MZ'lagcr'sOf!ice Bi29i20079:33 AM file:l/C:\A{!endaTest\ExDort\90~Octobe,.o10209. %202007\ 16. %20CONSENfO/G20AGENDA \.. 10/3/2007 Agenda Item No. 16A4 October 9, 2007 MITCHELL & STARK CONSTRUCTION co::1Nc. LICENSED GENERAL CONTRACTOR 6001 SHIRLEY STREET NAPLES. FLORIDA 34109-6202 PH: 941-597-2165 FAX: 941-566-7865 TO: Banks Engineering, Inc. FROM: Mitchell & Stark Construction Co. Inc. 6001 Shirley Street Naples, Florida 34109 SUBJECT: Verification of Final Costs Water and Wastewater Cedar Hammock - Tract F-4, (Phase 1) TRACT F-4 Phase 1 WATER 1. 6x3 Combo Meter Assembly/w/BFP I EA includes 15' of6" Watermain (complete) $23,000.00 $23,000.00 TOTAL $23,000.00 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER "":jl'--l\) <{o...... ~oo " ,0 OJ OJ Wrt) ~ no- =0 '"- -U -;';0 ~ (jj OJ <( ~ ".'0 ---~---- r,," .~'") o~"^J1f>O~ "]~~~_ 'w, " ~ it"" '~'J) u.'^:nnoe ~.lI1100 -~ ) ~J) ,_J < " o < " > ~ 3lOJ501J.oo; / - -.- ~ . . " OJ , , '. " ~ l '. ~! I , [J , " " ~~ ~! l g -~~.= I , I 1; to' ~I'.' ~~ ~. i~ , I i I :=E H g- , 1..10-:' w ., " '" i , z w " ~ o , '" !i~ B 'f!. gU , I , """a,s H -~ L :;: ~ ~ i . , I ! , , @~~! i~~ , , ! ~~ i ~<L~ a.. <( ::E W l- e/) "" I u. .... u <[ '" .... '" U o ~ <[ '" '" <[ o "' u, a.. <{ ::E z o I- <:( u o ---l ,'\genda Item No. 16A5 October g. 2007 Page 1 of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 6 OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Cedar Hammock, Unit 6, has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on September 3, 2004. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $13,070 for the water facilities and $2,566 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[sJ). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period, 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. 6) Two double sewer services shall be owned and maintained by the owner. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $15,636. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. "'- Agenda Item No. 16A5 October 9, 2007 Page 2 of 6 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 6, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page] of I il.genrj;] Ile~-, r~o Octobe' \1 P3ge 3 olG COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '[i,,5 l'~f,U)mITI,;nai1tion w ap:)mw, firwlac;;eptancF of the v,Olter ano sewer ut'llty fi'<cillties for C:c.j;Jf H<lrnmoc~ Unit C 10.'9/20G~ 11(:::-:00 ..'.M D31e Pr('pareu By Jodi Pannullo ComnlUrllly Development & Environmental Services Aaministr~tive AsslslJnt CDESEngineering Services 9/4!2007e:42:2GAM D<lte Approved 8}' Thomn5 E. Kud:,P.E Comrn~mlty Development 8; Enviror"l1ental Service~ CDioS Erogine"ring S"rvico" Director CDESEn9in"'Jrlng Sorv,ces 9/4/20078:01 AM Date Approvt,d By Judy Puig Oper~tio"s Anfdyst Communily Dcvdopm"nt & Comrnun'ty Develo"rn"'lll & En"rcollrn('nt~1 Serv,c"~ A,imin 915/2007947 AM Environment,,' S"rv'(f~$ Date Approved By Stcpher'lL Nagy Public Utilities W,u;teVl~terCollectionsManager WasteW~ler 916:2007233PM Date Approved By G. GOCOrgL' '(iirnaz Public Utilit,es W"'i!eWnlerDirector W~steW~kr 916120078:09 PM D"te Allprovcd By P,Hn€laL,bby F'ubli~ UtiHties W;1terOperationsMHli'ger W~ter 9117/20071:37 PM D"le Approved By r,~'-,-""n" StewDft Ex[)cc>:,vc, S~;rc:MV U/18i200710:22AM Allllrll"HI By Can;rnc>n;,y D<cv,"lopmcm & Co'nlnunitv [j"vt'I'mf11"L)~ P. fn""('''rn"m"ISel\iic~s Etl'1Lr(Jnrnc'maiS",'v'cesi,d'llin Paul i";"ttnIJ~,~h F'lIhliGUtil,iics '/)iJtcrDlredor Date ,',j'''er 911H12[1D711:41 AM U~:e Allllro~l'u By Po" Cl. An(kf~,'Jr\. P_E. PutJlo~ !!tillti~s F'u ,lie l.'til'h,~ :::nq".,e'~rrns Din,ctor Publl": ~Jtidies ",,'rqlrleVI"9 9,"IU20074 48 ~'M Approved 8)' Ju""phK,SCh',,itt ':~0mrllun'ty [!0'1";c'pm~nt & Cn\^rr:>",,,,mt"iSE,rv.(cs/:'dmins'r,,tor ::>vte Comrnwn,ly Del"'!Q!lIlWI11 & C""1r:i"ni1\' D'o'vl1I"pm0nT 8. E'nv'r'-'''rnl-:lt~1 SC'vl,,,n;,dmin. (J,2IiJ007f2llPM EnvironmD",,,1 S"r'.Ji ."s Dme Allpron'u By OMB CGa,.drn~tor Adminie,trati'/cSar'/JCes Applicati'Jn, /-\C101)'5\ inlo~m~tion ,,,,,I1,-,oi091' 'J/24i2{)()710;11 AM c!<lte Appro"l'd By I,br~, Isackson C:oul1ly M~nager5 Office f,u(l(ml r\mlly~t ()Hi,(!o; Mal1~g(!mcnt& fllldget ':l/1SJ2007L18AM !.';ate Approved By J~mD& V. Mudd BOJrd ot (:cunlj' CommlSSiOIlf:rS C'Jelntyl"aFla"er CClIJlltr ManaUcr"s Offir;e 9129120079:39 AM file://C:\AeendaTest\Exnort\90-0ctober%.209. %202007\] 6. o/020CONSENT%20AGENDA \.. 10/312007 ~ ...1 ...!:: <Dc-tO <1:0_ tOOO ~N7 ci Q) OJ Z......Ol ",,,, ~~o.. ~O "'_ =OW ",0 ";2 iii :n <1: ) ,. OM'^JlOOa ",I,'O~ , o 0- 4 L UJ ~ en T1Voso' "i''' / -.- <> 1= 5 '" u T ~--- ,. "\ I. I~ :;; i .. '" '" c w u ~ w , ~ "' z w 0 ~ 0 , "' " I ". ~! [J , , , I I, ~ I! j~ ~~ ~~ l , ' j!, - ~~ ~~i.. ~ :" ~t !:io' a ~i/~._____n ;:"f ~tj i """ " B ~,~- ::: ~~~ K I 0- j 4 ~ :::E: Z , ~~r.;- 0 ~!l g~ f': - 1'\, ~ 'r i ! ~~ U ,. _-0 0 ^" ,- , : -.J 11 , , , " ~~ ~ CIlIO'1\nn06 n--= L""'f~ ! /i 5 -~~ !~ ~ . 'l',,~ ~~~- , , , ~H . . . Agenda Item No. 16A5 October 9. 2007 Page 5 of6 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS. COUNTY PROJECT NAME: CEDAR HAMMOCK - UNIT 6 LOCATION: Section 03, Township 50 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: US HOME CORPORATION 10491 Six Mile Cypress Parkway Fort Myers, Rorida 33912 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: POTABLE WATER (MATERIALS ONLY) liTEM PVC DR18 Waterrnain PVC DR18 Waterrnain Fire Hydrant Assembly Single Water Service Double Water Service Tapping Sleeve Tapping Valve SIZE 10" 6" 8" 8" QUAN. UNIT 400 LF 35 LF 4EA 6EA 9EA 1 EA 1 EA COST $7.00 $4.00 $1,500.00 $100.00 $270.00 $500.00 $600.00 TOTAL I $2,800.00 $140.00 $6,000.00 $600.00 $2,430.00 $500.00 $600.00 TOTAL COST $13,070.00 I do hereby certify that the quantities of material described above are true and accurate - representation of the actual material cost contributed to Collier County Utilities, Inc. CERTIFYING: Brian Penner Vice President /~/'--. OF: Mitchell & Stark Construction Co.lnc. STATE OF FLORIDA ) )SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER) A ,h as sign d and acknowledged before me this ~ day of 111 tIT '.R who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath. SEAL: ......... RUSSEll. H. DEJONGE \ i1i""l:: ..,,~;; MY COMMISSION I DO 108258 '" "EXPIRES'Augu~11.2006 ~- .:~1 . P\tAiC\.In(B'fIrileIS --1/f.!if.:~~ ~TMlNolalY S:\Jobs\12xx\1263\Oocuments\Unlt6\Utilities\Utillty Tumover\1263 _ CertContribuloryAssets-County-Water_Unit6 t/ . . Agenda Item No. 161'.5 October 9. 2007 Page 6 of 6 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: CEDAR HAMMOCK - UNIT 6 LOCATION: Section 03, Township 50 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: US HOME CORPORATION 10491 Six Mile Cypress Parkway Fort Myers, Florida 33912 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: SANITARY SEWER (MATERIALS ONLY) liTEM Sanitary Sewer Service Double Sewer Service 6" 6" QUAN. UNIT 522 LF 10 EA COST $3.00 $100.00 TOTAL I $1,566.00 $1,000.00 SIZE TOTAL COST $2.566.00 I do hereby certify that the quantities of material described above are true and accurate representation of the actual material cost contributed to Collier County Utiltties, Inc. Utilities, Inc.. CERTIFYING: Brian Penner Vice President ,~r-<- OF:. Mitchell & Stark Const. Co., Inc. STATE OF FLORIDA) )85: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) SEAL: ............. RUSSELL H DEJONGE f.t""A~~ MY COMMISSION # 00 106258 ~~~ EXP1RES:A~11,2006 ~f.;r.;$~ Bondedlhl\lNotaryNllicUnOetwrlters S:Uobs\ 12xx\ 1263\Oocuments\UrUt6\Utilities\Utlllty Tumover\ 1263 _ CertConlrlbutoryAssets-County.Sewer-un1t6 ,/ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 16A6 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 5 To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Pine Ridge Middle School OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Pine Ridge Middle School has constructed the water facility within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of this water utility facility was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on April 6, 1993. At that time, the value of this utility facility (assets) was $4,527 (see attachment). Final Acceptance is in accordance with Ordinance 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff has recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water facility has been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water- Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Water Department staff and this facility has been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. 6) The water utility infrastructure connected beyond the master meter is owned and maintained by the owner. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facility, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $4,527. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney was required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water facility for Pine Ridge Middle School, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page] of 1 ,c,,08froa l1em No_ WAG - Octobei 9.2007 F'age 2 (1;5 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY cor~MISSIONERS 1,,,,,6 T (J EK.~cpt finE!' ana" LlrlCr1l1{!ltionaJ vmv€ycmce of (he Vial", utility facility 101 Pine Ridge Middle Scr:ool 1-Ji:,,/20C/i ,'.OC; OOAM Dme Prepared By Jodi Pannullo Community Dv.elopment 8. Environmental Services Adminis:r~tlve A"""st~nt CDES EnginBerHlQ ServIce!; [l/31120071033:02AM Oate Approved B}' Hlomas E. Kuck P_E. ,;ommunity Dp\'eloprnent8o Environmental Se;vic"s C!JESEnqineenng SerViCe!; Director CDES En'Jineering Se"''';es fl/31/200711:24AM D:lW AppmvedBy JudyPu;g OpH"lions Analyst Community Development & Commun'ty Dcv~ierrnenl &. Environmentlll$erv'ces EnvIFDnmentaIScrv,c"c,P.,dmin. eC1120011:2t PM P;mwl<lLibby Date Approved By Public, Utili!i!?'" VV"lurOp"'atlons Manager Waler 9110/200112:35 PM ApprovcdBy P,wl rf'llltau~,ch F'ubilc Utilities W~:nOi".'ctor Date V'~ter 9!10i:!0074:17PM D'lte Appro\'ed Uy MMI""", Slew....t Ex"~"llvc S"cr'2t~ry CD'l\rlll,nity D{)\,elopm{,nt 8. C,om,nutl"1' Devet 'pmcnt & f.n'"wnm"'1\aISer'iices!>,dmin. 91'Si200710:11 AM E.m'irOllrnomaIS"rvIC,,"S Dilte Apllron'd By R".,B. 4mje,-,or" P,E. PL',;i", Ut;li\i,,~ Pu:,:ie lit;!;!; ',. 1::"9 '1"..,rin9Director Fi.rt>I,e L1Hiiti~s iOnS'<le'Jr'ng Ui1S/2aO"!1:54 PM Approwd By Jov,pi:KSc!-,rnlll CO''''lYlunity Deveiopl11cnl& Environment,,! Ser'decs C o!l1lnurElty !J~v!:.OIJl'n",'rlr & ~"v;r.',Hl"'C.r't": "!:.O" '[-"S f\dlninstrator Di'l" "lllrl1ur"ty [)"v~'iQI"'Hm: & t'.n'itr"n:m'n!a!S",rv'c"si.\dmin. 9/:'1.:20078:14 PM D;;\e Appruvl'd By ori,B.::'()<),-cii,n!or ArJ1T"n;;tr~t,v(,S'Jr..w",s "ITil(),1U':.,n'"I>,rWlyst iniarmnj.io" ll,~hr\O!D9Y ~1;:4;'Or,71(L0.1M~ D~to AppruvcdBy W.arf' ;:;;,~ks'.n CD\lnty Mano9c,,, ;);free !3 ,"~'-'C! A r,,, 1,'-" t 0'il(>;.or-:<"r"'9cnwn1 & <'.ludq",t ~.'25':20[t7 11 :0" AM D<lle Approved By J"me~ V Mudd BDilrd of County C0t1l'tll~$ion"r5 County M,;rla;:Wf County ri~n'.'8er'~ OrriC!? 9.'27:2Q07(; 40 PM file:IIC'\A p-enclflTc!':t\Fxnort\90-0c:toher%..?09 %?,(o.007\ I fi %?OrONSFNT%?OA GENOA \ lonnfl07 '.D!'--- lO qO~ c.QOO ~N("') oeD CD 7......0) -J)ctl "'-"0.. -0 CJ_ ::::::0 ",0 -0 '" QJ en q --'-- l I _L --~ --~f")~.,L~_J------~~ - -- -- _--- ---,----,---- 1 1-'-1 111 rTf-[ II \ I, I TI_ =r'd '~_TIT ~ - -I _.r 1'-1 E1 IllllLLJ "",:"~~ ! el --I' : q.i a J!~ ~! H o ~ ~ o , w z ,,,'''' ---1------------- ---IT! z we:> >-!< Uio o ~ J.....""OllOH / -.- ,. ,I .. l!l"'?: ~ ~ ~i a ; ~ ;~" q ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..::. i ~ ~ ';~, n._l~ , ! ~~~ ~ ~;~ J ~ "'~ ~ ! i , ~ ,. ji ~~ ~E \ ~~ ;~ . S~ , ~~.: O'o'OlON01SC.....' ...-..GST""!lOo'D I ., , ,. 'I WI! ! ij I i! iH~ ~i !: i~ ~~ ~\ ; I~ -.: ". ie " i. ~~ ~- , -- ~'2~ H J~ " B~~ ~~ ~ h'-.r.>l <MlltI~1IlOdloII'f' ~ ~i g l::,- !",/ 'i ! ,.I h~!! l'! ~.e. 5 ~ -- -II~ ~~ ~~K O'l,i"'O"J'Ul'=I)"'~oo< I''''''~I oW --- -.- f ~ ., 1,...,,'::>1 moo,,_ =' < ""lO'" .('Ii -- , I"Sf'll'~_""'l }i ~:jg~ "1 t / ~\ :>: ~~ , ..-1- , Tl"' . a ~. ~~ ," ~,."," 2:.L I u. en I..,s' nMlJ..........l 011I ,I ~.... ::-Jsc=c~~I~~i~J (r:~--'--"" l~--~ ~ _~-~- G[JLF >-z 00 w - ~>- 0"" ~o ~o ~ '<ltk--V v---/ i 7 ~ ~~6 \,:2- 'I ,~ T MEXICO '. of a.. <[ L L.LJ t- CI) ...J o o 1: u '" W ...J, r ... '" " "' l;!! ;;:: a.. <[ L z o t- <[ U o ---l ~ If . ~~NT~'TDR'S "RflrltD LIST or INSTALLED "^TiRIALS AND '~$T$ . Agenda Item ~jo. 16A6 October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 5 SYSTEM HAME: lper regulatory .veney pemtt nlme) of (dat.' THIS IS A: WAlER SYSTEM * SEilER SYSTEM ~TE6IAL LIST INSTRUCTIONS Pl.111 lilt .ach Ind/or .11 Mlt.rlal, ~'D'r.t'IY ~y I tom or ~terl,1 d.scrlptlon. 111'1, tic. Th.n Shaw qUlntity Inltllled. linn COI rnstallod. Ind totll cost Inst.lled. Ple.'e ,pectfy lump total co.t. for ,arvlca, fire ~ter vaults. pumping stltlnns. etc. with qUlnttty. Howavar. wIth full de,crtptlon. Ind SI'.I, otc. 1 $IH ~11l [oS! TDTAL ll1< ," " " In n:""n -.t '..rt" I 'l.~'n.,," . 1.1... .J " ~.:>.s." ( .co . V CJ t-"'c.....~t.f>.1 w,...:+...... ll'~ / I .1...C.-",(ll1 ,"" - ~--~ '-----;---. -'- ~ _. - r--.-- r--' "jo(JO Ilf thIs spica Is not l.rg. enough. then contInue with add.d .xhlblts or .heots. howo..r, wIth propor page numbor, .hown at bottom of ,h.ot. with Iystam nama complote ort each page.) I do hereby c.rtlfy the abo'l d.,crlbed lilt of mlterl.ls, quantltto. of materlall, kinds of mltertll.. Including In'tll1atlon Ind III costl II Instilled, to be cOmplate. true and Iccurate II por the flnal payeHlmat. and/or 011 In.olces or Itlle"",nt of (by or froml thll c.rt'fyln, contr.ctor Ind e, per tho proJlct and/or de'lon Eno'neers Ce(~tf'ed Rocord Drlwl"81 0 thl, elltem (1IIt.r '"d/or Sower) II d..crlb.d ~y H,me Ihown a. of tbll date. Sworn to Ind sub,crlbod b!forl me thh -':L dlY of D c't 19 :J.:L. ~Q',.r\ n & ~ -'. tJ.v~- ~ ' (Rime' Tltla of Certlfy'ng Agent) 10 -1-1:1.. (Date) Of' PfIJ\ Const:ructors, Inc. (AHIK Corporate S..l lIare) ~ . . Ag~nda item No. 16.1\6 October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 5 0. , . '0.'" . Memorandum To: Joe Pannullo - Engineering Technician - Engineering Services Sherry Eaton - Engineering Technician - Engineering Services From: Pamela Libby - Water Operation Manager Date: May 18, 2007 Subject: Acceptance of Pine Ridge Middle School The Water Department has reviewed the improvements that were installed as part of the connection of the Pine Ridge Middle School to the Collier County Water-Sewer District. These improvements include the piping from the existing water distribution network through the large meter assembly. The improvements were found to be in compliance with the Utility Standards as were applicable at the time this system was installed. If you need any additional information, please let me know. Office of the Water Operations Manager -- Agenda Item No. 16A7 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the sewer utility facility for Lely Elementary School OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept the conveyance of the sewer facility. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Lely Elementary School, has constructed the sewer facility within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of this utility facility has been waived. The value of this utility facility (asset) was $81,860.77 (see attachment). This Final Acceptance is in accordance with Ordinance 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff has recorded legal documents in the public records office of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The sewer facility has been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water- Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Wastewater Department staff and this facility has been found to be satisfactory and acceptable, FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to utility facility, which at the time of preliminary acceptance had a total (undepreciated) value of $81,860.77. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney was required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of the sewer utility facility for Lely Elementary School, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item ~~() 1bA7 CJcto!Jer \1, 2007 Pc~qe 2 0; 6 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 'IjA? Re~omllwndati(m rc approve final 8SCept"nu, Of the s"wer utiiitv lacilit'l for [J}ty ElelTlert8ry Scheol "(jI812DOi8DO,QG'M Appro"l'd By [J~te Thoma!>E Kuck PE Community Development 8. EnvironmenlalScrvices ':DES E,l1gm!",ring Serv<ces Director CDES Engineering Servlces 8i311200711:26AM D~le Approved By JudyPuig Op"r~(;ons AnJlyst Corn'nunlty Development I> Cornmullily Development 8. Envlronmellt,,1 Services Admin 8/;11'20071,30 PM EnvironlncntalSarvices D~le Approved By Sll)phen L. ~J"gy PublicUlltilies V4nstuw"1r>rCOJl!e:-twnsMJn"ger W~stcNj"jer 9IGI;:007 2:31 PM Dare Approved By G, GeorgeYilmaz Public Utilities W3c,teVII~1'o)f'Direc\Or ,,'iasteWater 916!;:rJ07 8:05 PM OJle Approved By Marlene Sle"If~rt E~ec(Jt;vL S'-'cretJry 9/1C!200710:13AM Approved By ComrnUrllt\' Dcvelopm"rJt & CommU"ily Duvelor!Fn",nt & En'lfironm('otill S~rvicos Env'ronm'~ntill Se'v;cef> Admin. Roy D. Anderson. P,E. Dde PUblic Utiiiti",s Approved By Jo''''nh K, Schmill (;~"~lml1n1ty GU'icIOpll1en' & Environmen1'alServices Public Ulilll",s Eng"'e"ring Director p" i:di c Util i1 ie,' En:_~ i (l"~ ri ng 9/18'2,OT4:46I'rvl C"'T1lDunitvr'eve!0pmetll& En\'lrOrlIl1'''ntaiS{'rv,c('"t,dn"nstrator D~le eLm1l!'U"ity D<:\J!'IC'"rncnt& EIh'lr"nmL'tlt~1 Services trlrnin. 9/21/2,')78,15 PM D~le Approved By OMS SO(lt(jin~tor t\drnini"tr"tf',eSer$ices r'r,,,I'CJjion~ ;>'I"ilys! inl:mT1ati"'-"i'(;hnology ~;:2,,' lUt'" " aD:J td~ :)atc Approved By r0Jr"ISJCks<.>C! COlllltl' M:>.nagE'r's Office E"~,jG,,j (l,nilty:;1 UfI,c.?<.>f r','J<1dg('ffiGnt& !:Judget ',;'o';::DQ7 1: D~ f'M D:lt() Approved By JJme5V. MUdd Board 01 County ComITli",sion"rs ':;Odnty 7'~","aw>r C()(nlty Manage.,', ('fllte 8,~i!2(j07 ,1:1 ~ I,M file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober%209,%202007\ 16. %20CONSENT%20AGENDA \.. 10/3/2007 -0- ~ . ,.6,genda Item I\Jo. 16.D.,7 October 9, 2007 Page 3 of 6 WILSON, MILLER, BARTON & PEEK, INC. . Engineers, Planners, Surveyors, Landscape Architects, Environmental Consultants & Construction Managers Wil!>on Professional Center, Suite 200. 3200 Bailey Lane at Airport Road, Naples, Florida 33942. (8t3) 649-4040 Fax. (813) 643-5716 January 31, 1992 Mr. Fred Bloetscher, P.E. Assistant utilities Administrator Collier County utilities 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 33942 SUBJECT: Lely Elementary School utility Dedication (Part of the Edison community College - Lely Campus utility Dedication) Dear Mr. Bloetscher: This letter is written to provide final cost information for the portion of the subject sanitary sewer system that was constructed in the Lely Elementary School project and is now being dedicated to Collier County. The final cost for this portion of the work was $81,860.77. Enclosed please find a copy of the revised for Lely Elementary School. Also enclosed of a letter dated July 30, 1990 from me to of W. R. Frizzell Architects explaining the unit price schedule. unit price schedule please find one copy Mr. Chris Mills then changes shown on the If you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to call me. Sincerely, WILSON, MILLER, BARTON & PEEK, INC. G~~' P. E. GAB:mrs:5764 Encls. Naples (RIl) 649-4040 Fax (813) 64)-57]6 Furt MI'ers (813) 939:1020 Fax (813) 939-7479 Sarasota (813):171-3690 Fax (8D) 377-9852 Lake/and (813) 048-1477 Fax (!:I13) 044-0835 . Earthwork: SANITARY ------ SUB-TOTAL $ S40!li.j4 tf'Sli '600.77 WMBSP# DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT UNIT-PRICE AMOUNT Clearing and 1. 00 LS $ 4,500.00 $ 4,500.00 grubbing Roadway 1.00 LS $73.000.00 $73,000.00 embankinent EARTHWORK SUB-TOTAL $ 77,500.00 Item No. 37: 17-0040 Item No. 38: 20-0190 / 7/6/89 S1:ANDARD FORM c . . Agenda Item No. 16A7 October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 6 (i)! , . .... . Memorandum To: Joe Pannullo - Engineering Technician - Engineering Services Sherry Eaton - Engineering Technician - Engineering Services From: Steve Nagy - Collections Manager Date: May 18, 2007 Subject: Acceptance of Lely Elementary School The Wastewater Collections Department has reviewed the improvements that were installed as part of the connection of the Lely Elementary School to the Collier County Water-Sewer District. These improvements do not include the on-site wastewater collections system that will remain under the ownership and maintenance responsibility of the Collier County School Board. The improvements were found to be in compliance with the Utility Standards as wcre applicable at the time this system was installed. If you need any additional information, please let me know. Office of the Wastewater Collections Manager 1"--1"--<.0 <l:O~ ~o . <.0 (J) Dl ~~[1J _~CL - 0 (])- =0 :DO '2 ill OJ <l: ~:UNJ::l J:)~3"'l'(O::l ~~"'d >(~"'~I-! -"""~ <l3H<3:.J 1"::1103'" -r.'NO'~31:l ~JI1l0::l f=~!LIJ'"'''' :c~],^"roJ[J'~:" " 5 ~~ ~ ~ 8t _ u_.~, .,." e ~~ fl :< IlC ....00....... .~ lI!i 8 M 1 , ! " < , > LJ . z o w- o-!;;o 000 o ~ t [J 3~~ 1 ~~ ~~ r ~;; ,: ~! 1, ~~~ ~~j~ J.,.,,", II = l .1 , " I '0 ~! g' i "'~"'L"""'" ..,~':.':1':'(..... ~H io.- LiL 1 , l ~ a.. <( L UJ I- en ...J ~ u ., >- ~ .... z "' :E "' ...J "' >- .J W .J ''''~O''ON / -.- 1 5,;;- H i , " t , . ; , ! I 1 a.. l , ~~i " ~~~ N <( !t- 0, L """'^'lU1OIl"'>n1O:l Z 0 " - , ~ i ~i' U 0 ,~ -.J , , ! I EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 16A8 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 6 Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A-1 & 1A-2) OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A-1 & 1A-2), has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on October 20, 2004. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $58,105.50 for the water facilities and $26,688 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[s]). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance. had a total (undepreciated) value of $84,793.50. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A-1 & 1A-2), and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance ..- Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: ItemSummllry: Meeting Date: Page ] of ] Aoenda limn r~o. 16A8 .~ Octohe 9. 2007 Page 2 016 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 16,\8 Rc,ccmrmmdat'or to approve fi"wl acceptance 0; the water ana sewer ulillly IHcllitles for 'TUSCdfl\ ;;:flSSrVe. Phase; (ii, 1 & lA.2) 1()/0i2UOi 8.00.00 .\M Prepared By C'ate Jodi Pannullo Community Development & EnvironmentillServices A(jmini~trative Asslstanl CDES [engineering Ser\!lces 914120078:29:13 AM D~le Approved By nlOmas E. Kuck, P.E Communit\-, Dl1"el()pm~nt & Env,ronmer>laIServices CD!::S":nginccrinQ SE"rv,ccs Dir"ctor CDES Enginc"ringServICO!; 9/4iZ0078:33AM DJlC Approved By Judy Ptll9 Op"rnllOns An;.IY5t 9i5120078J2AM Appro,'cd By Community Development & Community DevoloDme,,1 & Environmental Services Envi'oml1p.nlal Service" A(imin Slephel1L,Nagy UJte Publoc Utilities Wa5H""I~terC()HectionsManager W"snNvMer 9IGi2[J07;U1PM Approved By GG<oorgeYilmaz Public Utilities W~swWnler Director Date W,,~\'N,aler \11,,12007 E'05PM Date Approved By Pamel" Libby PtlblicUlilitiiOS Ii/mel ()perationsMllnager \"Jat(.'-r ~if1 QI2007 1 2:i G pr~ D~t" Approved 8)' Paul \1Jtfau$ch P"IJI;~ Utiliti(.'-s \,.jniuDircctor '/,IJter 911J120074:14 PM [lat~ Approved By M"r:enc Slrwart Exec"tive Sc.oatary ,,111)/2007 S37 AM Approved By COmrrltlll;ty Dev~lr)plTl"nt & '~"mn;uro"'y D"vclconnwllj & Environmental Serv'ces :':Il',ironmc'ntal S(~N,,;eS Admin. Ro,' B./\ndHSOI1 P.E. 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Agenda Item No. 16A8 October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 6 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: TUSCANY RESERVE PHASE 1A-1 & 1A-2 LOCATION: SECTION 12 & 7, TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 25 & 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: WCI 24301 WALDEN CENTER DRIVE BONITA SPRINGS. FL 34134 CGCw~w TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: POTABLE WATER (MATERIALS ONLY) I ITEM SIZE QUAN. UNIT COST TOTAL I TAPPING SLEEVE AND VALVE 12" 1 EA $3,000.00 $3,000.00 DR-18 PVC 12" 2994 LF $10.00 $29,940.00 DR-14 PVC 12" 190 LF $12.50 $2,375.00 GATE VALVE 12" 5 EA $950.00 $4.750.00 STEEL CASING 24" 120 LF $100.00 $12,000.00 PERMANENT SAMPLE POINT 1 EA $650.00 $650.00 ARV 2 EA $580.00 $1,160.00 GATE VALVE 10" 2 EA $800.00 $1,600.00 DR-18 PVC 10" 75 LF $7.50 $562.50 DR-14 PVC 10" 208 LF $8.50 $1,768.00 WATER SERVICE 1" 2 EA $150.00 $300.00 TOTAL COST $58,105.50 > '- . . Agenda Item No. 16,.1:\8 October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 6 I do hereby certify that the quantities of materials described above are a true and accurate representation of the system. ~ B NDA K. MERCHANT Authorized Agent OF: Haleakala Construction, Inc. 5758 Taylor Road Naples, Florida 34109-1829 STATE OF FLORIDA ) )SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 8th day of March, 2004 by Brenda K. Merchant who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath. o1~dtL'J77aALJ1'.- LINDA MAHON DO 177119 SEAL: ,""", Linda Mahon o'lt"~~':. CommissionHDDln1l9 ~ .;."<:: :.~ Expires: Fob 2 1,2007 -... ~;,f - nd-. Thru -',;'1i)...";,.,':: 50 t;U ~""~~,,, Atlantic Bonding Co., Inc. . . Agenda Item No. 16A8 October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 6 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: TUSCANY RESERVE PHASE 1A-1 & 1A-2 LOCATION: SECTION 12 & 7, TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 25 & 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA rQ\Q> f2>))? NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: WCI 24301 WALDEN CENTER DRIVE BONITA SPRINGS, Fl 34134 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: SANITARY SEWER (MATERIALS ONLY) I ITEM SIZE QUAN. UNIT COST TOTAL I DR-25 PVC FORCE MAIN 8" 2906 LF $4.00 $11,624.00 DR-14 PVC FORCE MAIN 8" 569 LF $6.00 $3,414.00 STEEL CASING 16" 70 LF $100.00 $7,000.00 PLUG VALVE 8" 3 EA $950.00 $2,850.00 ARV 2 EA $900,00 $1,800.00 TOTAL COST $26,688. DO I do hereby certify that the quantities of materials described above are a true and accurate representation of the system. ~~ BRENDA K. MERCHANT AUTHORIZED AGENT OF: Haleakala Construction. Inc. 5758 Taylor Road Naples, Florida 34109-1829 STATE OF FLORIDA ) )SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 8th day of March, 2004 by Timothy C. Mitchell, Sr. who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath. ~nA{7 'iJzalfi':1},- LI DA MAHON DD 177119 SEAL: """" Linda Mahon ,~<t.-'.~" Conunission #DD 177119 ~~~.:'~ExPires: Feb 21, 2007 -:...~~... -Z.;- Bonded 1luu ...."'~~~".. Atlantic Bonding Co.~ lne. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 16A9 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 7 Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A & 1A-4) OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A & 1A-4), has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on January 4, 2005. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $72,310 for the water facilities and $248,427 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[s]). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $320,737. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A & 1A-4), and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. .-~ PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page] of I i\gelida Hem Nu. 1GA9 October ~), 2007 Paq,,20f7 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMiSSIONERS 1f,I\9 RecrJrr1rnena3!IQ:1 to ap",r(Jvefrn8111CCt,ptaIlC€ or the water ant! s,"werutrlrlvf,lcdrtic,Sfor Tus;ally ReservE, Pllase 1 (1,1, I;. 1,"'.4) 1C!19120D'(jQO-:)D,,\M Prl'pllrl'tl By Dme Jodi Pannullo Community Development & Environmental Services Admlni,;lraliveAssi~tant CDES Engineering 5erv'Ge~ 91411007B;31:34AM Date Approved B)' Thoma,; E. Kuck, PE, Community Development' & Environment.11 ""l'Jice~ CDESEngin"erl!1g Serv'!;e", [Jirector CDES Engine"ring Serv,ccs 914'Z00784SAM D::lte Approved By JUdyPlli,J Oparation&An.llyst CommUllity Oe',,,lorment 8. 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Agenda Item No. 161'.9 October 9. 2007 Page 4 of 7 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: TUSCANY RESERVE PHASE 11'. & 11'.-4 LOCATION: SECTION 12 & 7, TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 25 & 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA rr:; (Q) [0 ff NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: WCI 24301 WALDEN CENTER DRIVE BONITA SPRINGS. FL 34134 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: POTABLE WATER (MATERIALS ONLY) I ITEM SIZE QUAN. UNIT COST TOTAL I PVCMAINDR-18 8" 320 LF $5.00 $1,600.00 PVC MAIN DR-18 10" 5770 LF $7.00 $40,390.00 pve MAIN DR~14 10" 290 LF $9.00 $2.610.00 pve MAIN DR~18 12" 450 LF $10.00 $4,500.00 GATE VALVE 10" 10 EA $750.00 $7.500.00 GATE VALVE 12" 5 EA $900.00 $4.500.00 AIR RELEASE VALVE 2 EA $650.00 $1.300.00 PERMANENT SAMPLE POINT 2 EA $800.00 $1.600.00 SINGLE SERVICE 1" 26 EA $150.00 $3,900.00 DOUBLE SERVICE 1" 13 EA $250.00 $3,250.00 SINGLE SERVICE 1.5" 1 EA $160.00 $160.00 SINGLE SERVICE 2" 5 EA $200.00 $1.000.00 TOTAL COST $72,310.00 ./ . . Agenda Item ~Jo. 16.l\9 October g, 2007 Page 5 of 7 I do hereby certify that the quantities of materials described above are a true and accurate representation of the syslem. ~ BRENDA K. MERCHANT Authorized Agent OF: Hateakala Construction, Inc, 5758 Taylor Road Naples. Florida 34109-1829 STATE OF FLORID.l\ ) )SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 25th day of October, 2004 by Brenda K. Merchant who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath. ofA/VJ~ LINDA MAHON DD 177119 ~ SEAL: "'~~;';;'" Linda Mahon ,,:;'~{\:'<;:o,- Com!'lission#DDI77/19 '-.... 'l!;" ExpIres: Fob 21, 2007 ....~~o;;;.irr,...... Bonded Thru 'J'HlIII' Atlant/.c BondinaCo.,Jno, . . Agenda Item No. 16A9 October 9, 2007 Page 6 of 7 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: TUSCANY RESERVE PHASE 1A & 1A-4 LOCATION: SECTION 12 & 7, TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH, RANGE 25 & 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA ~I(y ,~ ~C~)7 NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: WCI 24301 WALDEN CENTER DRIVE BONITA SPRINGS, FL 34134 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: SANITARY SEWER (MATERIALS ONLY) I ITEM SIZE QUAN. UNIT COST TOTAL , snR-26 ().8' CUT B" 1557 LF $3.00 $4.671.00 SDR-26 B-12' cur 8" 1524 LF $3.00 $4,572.00 SDR-26 (OVER 12') CUT 8" 2768 LF $3.00 $8,304.00 SINGLE SEWER SERVICE 6" 21 EA $300.00 $6,300.00 DOUBLESRWER SERVICE 6" 16 EA $350.00 $5.600.00 DIA MANHOLE O-B" CUT 4' 10 EA $2,000.00 $20,000.00 DIA MANHOLE 8-12' CUT 4' 6 EA $3,100.00 $18,600.00 DlA MANHOLE (OVER 12') CUT 4' 14 EA $4,100.00 $57,400.00 LIFf STATION 1/2 1 EA $110,000.00 $110,000.00 PVC DR-25 FORCEMA/N 8" 2440 LF $4.00 $9,760.00 PVC OR-14 FORCEMAiN 8" 70 LF $6.00 $420.00 PLUG VALVE 8" 2 EA $900.00 $1,800.00 ARV 1 EA $1,000.00 $1,000.00 TOTAL COST $248,427.00 I do hereby certify that the quantities of materials described above are a true and accurate representation of the system. ./ . . Agenda Item No. 16A9 October 9. 2007 "age 7 of 7 CERTIFYING: ~ BRENDA K. MERCHANT AUTHORIZED AGENT OF: Haleakala Construction. Inc. 5758 Taylor Road Naples, Florida 34109-1829 STATE OF FLORIDA ) )SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 30th day of August. 2004 by Brenda K Merchant who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath ~ 1~ SEAL: L1N A MAHON DD 177119 ."""" Lm' daMahon " """:'. /!4..~~ Com!"ission #DD177 I 19 "..... 'll.;;: Explles: Fcb 21,2007 -:'::'Jjw~~-;'':- Bondedlbnt 1'''11\\ AtlanlicBondinaCa.,m EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 16A 10 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 7 Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1 A-3) OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A-3), has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on February 16, 2005. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $73,812.50 for the water facilities and $87,636 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[sJ). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $161,448.50. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1 (1A-3), and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: ltemSummary: Meeting Date: t'agt: J OJ .I Agenda Itern r~o ',bA10 ':")ctcbeI9 2D07 Page L nil COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '0,\10 RpcQmlTlenoiJilOr, to iJppl0Ve final aCC8nlill-.ce of the water and sewer utllitv taGllllv:<s tor 1 u'Ocarl\ ~:",serve, Phase 1 {1,L3) . [):'9,'200i g,QOOO..,M Dale Prepared By JodiPnnnullo Communily DevBlopmcnl & Environmental Services Adrnini~l,aliv~ t\ssl~lanl CDES E:ngineenng Servl(;es 914/2Q07B.33:49AM Date Approved By Thomas E.Kuck. P.E Community Develapmenl:& En~ironmental Services COES Engin"eringServices D,r<:ctor CDES Engifl"ering Serv,ces 9/4/2007€:55AM OJt!!' Approved By Judv PlJig Opernl.ons Annly"t Commurnty Developmen' & C>:>mmur"ty Dev",lopmen' & Environmenta: Services Environ"lellta! Services Acimin 9/512007838 AM Stephen L. Nagy Date Approvl'dBy PUblic Utilities W"st8w1derColiectiClnsfJilln:!ger W"steW"tN 916/200:- 2:31 PM Appro\'ed By G, George YilmllZ PUblic lJtllit'e~ '!-ia"\1Nhl~'r[Jirector Dolte Vio:o.SleWater ,,/6f200TIl:Q7PM D,:ne Approved By P<Hnei~ Libby PubliC Utililies V'~te'- C'p':r~lions Manager Wa.ter 9110i200712:J!i PM On!" Appro\'l'd By F' au: ~/I allau $ch P,ItlI,cUtillties VJaterr'wc:or Water 9JlOi:!007411Pf/l Dnle Appro\'l'tlBy Ir,;m€'n~ Slew.u1 Fr.,.,'n,II'-'" S"'crel"ry SiI1Bi200710:N'AM Approved Uy Community Dcvel"pm"r.l & CJJmnll""';Y D"velcH}n)~'n' Ii En'.'lwnrncnt"IS,-,rvicBs EnvirO'Hn~n101 ",,-','icesAdmin Roy B, {\nd('r~on. r,.E Put\li~ Ut,!itl% r'uiJ!'c 'Jlilit't'~, En,]'n"e,,"" c,icl'tto, U"l:e hlhlic IY:iit;:",; [nC},n"\:t;n9 ~ii2r.-'~807 S47 PM Approved Uy .JosephK,Sehrn'lt C"",mUtmf D~'''ei~pmen: 8. l',nv;romiH1f1la:SfJrv';(;esi",dmlllstrnl(Jr 00\" En'II,onrnel1lal S~rvIGeS C"'nmun;ty De',,,IQP'11ent & CO'llmuni'y Cievc!opm"m' So Env;w",,,,wlill ~:;er'IIce~ ;\dml1l. S/~1i~007 818 PIJI Appnnocd By OMB C"orci'nntor Adm'ni"!rM,,,~Ser'1ices {',I;nlic~t'\'n\, l"n~I.,.,,1 [1Jle IniomlJtioLT<>chnclo'1Y ~;:j4'~007 10:05 AM Date Appro\'ed By M<>rklsack"on County Mon~ger's Office Budget t\naly~t ':Jff.ce ",Management&. Bodget 9125;2007200 PM D~t" Appro\'ed By J~mes\j. Mudd Board of County Commissioner,. ':.r,"'r;ty ManJger C:C'ul\ty M,"'''ge(~ OlflCE 9!hli2007 ~):17 AM file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\9o-0ctobef'l/o209,%202007\ 16. %20CONSENTOIo20AGENDA \.. 10/3/2007 or-r- ~o_ <(00 <oNO? ""'-o)Q) ci, 0) z(1)(\j .0<1. := 0 We; ==0 ro ~ (jj OJ <( ijrll~ '.d1NnO:J ~' j1O~ ,- JlX....., ';S:J~dl:l .;, 1\---:':, Ij I \~~-x; ,1\-") L \i.\-hfr:J , ..."", IV-- ''"-..~',j,\\V- I. " , , , ",T; ,-,'~ Dr, '... ',.__..__._(.......,.' -G... ." \ ;{,;:\\;\~;1, f . . \\\Fi'!~\'~- "\\\ ; ~tj ~= " ~ ~ \_- -'--'--, :1 'r'-LL- ~-t-~>-c- < ~jlj-~~L'j:ll: Iff I\H117A1 L II-~ ,,' "=tr~' '-'riEl q" ' .1. I T ~- i: [j/~ /~ \~,:,f I; =1 t! ( ': ~@. ~L I, Le". ".f 'j. i-1~~ T 1 ;' :~.c ,12 [u J# ~Ii :1' !J;. I_! -T-,. 1 Ii I r , C:~--I' I. -Ie 1:: i .r.," ,..", .-* ',"J' ,,""<ON'-',' _"""'~nog~, ~z Uo w- o~ ",U u.S , II II ! it-;UnSll~~ ~~ ", , "- .,~ I ,- .~:::_LY- I is <'-...v1....31'" , ~ "" "uw- j)J,:'.I;i.u .-..b.. ,.,'l~~ h""~~1 .:i.,.,.~'nr.oQ)jN\Ilj, ~~ i ~~~ ~5 ~~ ll.. 4: ~ l.JJ l- (/) i0 <i: s ~ w (j) <( I <1. W > cr LL (j) W a:: >- z <( u (j) ::l f- ll.. <l: ~ z o ~ u o ...J . . Aoenda Item No. 16A 10 - October 9, 2007 Page 4 of 7 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: TUSCANY RESERVE PHASE 1A-3 LOCATION: SECTION 12 & 7, TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH. RANGE 25 & 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA ~(Q;:-rr NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: WCI 24301 WALDEN CENTER DRIVE BONITA SPRINGS, FL 34134 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: POTABLE WATER (MATERIALS ONLY) I ITEM SIZE QUAN. UNIT COST TOTAL I rvc MAlN DR-IS 12" 3025 LF $12.50 $37,812.50 GATE VALVE 12" 4 EA $800.00 $3,200.00 PERMANENT SAMPLE POINT 1 EA $800.00 $800.00 SINGLE SERVICE 1" 5 EA $150.00 $750.00 DOUBLE SERVICE 1" 5 EA $250.00 $1,250.00 MASTER METER 8X4" 1 EA $30,000.00 $30.000.00 TOTAL COST $73,812.50 I do hereby certify that the quantities of materials described above are a true and accurate representation of the system. BRENDA K. MERCHANT Authorized Agent OF: Haleakala Construction. Inc. 5758 Taylor Road Naples, Florida 34109-1829 STATE OF FLORIDA ) )SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 25th day of October, 2004 by Brenda K. Merchant who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath. ~~7lh~ LI DA MAHON DD 177119 SEAL: ...." L' d Mah ,,"'I!!"""<;'" ill a on g?~~~Co'"!l'ission#DDlnJI9 0."\ ':?~;ff ExpIres: Feb 21, 2007 ""~OF~~~.." Bonded Thru <'Ill" A.t1anticBondingCo.,Inc. " . . Agenda Item No. 16A 10 October 9, 2007 Page 5 of 7 CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS - COUNTY PROJECT NAME: TUSCANY RESERVE PHASE 1A-3 LOCATION: SECTION 12 & 7. TOWNSHIP 48 SOUTH. RANGE 25 & 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA ~ f{)J s-: 'if ~,~\S) \' Li ' NAME & ADDRESS OF OWNER: WCI 24301 WALDEN CENTER DRIVE BONITA SPRINGS, FL 34134 TYPE OF UTILITY SYSTEM: SANITARY SEWER (MATERIALS ONLY) I ITEM SIZE QUAN. UNIT COST TOTAL I SDR-268-12' ClIT 8"' 803 LF $3.00 $2,409.00 SDR-26 (OYER 12') CUT 8"' 850 LF $3.00 $2.550.00 SINGLE SEWER SERVICE 6"' 8 EA $300.00 $2,400.00 DOUBLE SRWER SERVICE 6" 3 EA $350.00 $1.050.00 OlA MANHOLE 8-12' CUT 4' 4 EA $3.100.00 $12,400.00 D1A MANHOLE (OVER 12') ClIT 4' 4 EA $4,100.00 $16,400.00 LIFT STATION "3 1 EA $43.000.00 $43.000.00 rvc DR-25 FORCEMAlN 4" 1460 LF $4.00 $5.840.00 rve DR-14 FORCEMAIN 4"' 77 LF $6.00 $462.00 PLUG VALVE 2" 1 EA $125.00 $125.00 PLUG VALVE 4" 2 EA $400.00 $800.00 CHECK VALVE 2" 1 EA $200.00 $200.00 TOTAL COST $87.636.00 . . . I do hereby certify that the quantities of materials described above are a true and accurate representation of the system. BRENDA K. MERCHANT AUTHORiZED AGENT OF: Haleakala Construction. Inc. 5758 Taylor Road Naples, Florida 34109-1829 STATE OF FLORIDA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF COLLIER ) The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 25th day of October, 2004 by Brenda K.Merchant who is personally known to me and who did not take an oath. ~~ II DA MAHON DD 177119 SEAL: ""'~"" Linda Mahon /#.';;;,.,,~"'1,,- Commission#DDJ77119 ~~" ';J.iJ Expires: Feb 21, 2007 ~"'~~O~f\.~,-..... ~.Thru "1111 II \ Atlantic Bonding Co.. Inc. jI,genda Item No. 16A 1 0 October 9, 2007 Page 6 of7 . - Aqenda Item 1"0. 16.1\10 - October 9. 2007 Page 7 of 7 MEMORANDUM DATE: February 16, 2005 TO: Jacquelyn Johnson Public Utilities FROM: Sherry Eaton, Engineering Technician Engineering Services Department RE: Tuscany Reserve, Phase 1A-3 Water and/or Sewer Facilities Acceptance Engineering Services is scheduling preliminary acceptance for ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and/or sewer facilities within the above-referenced project. Attached, please find 1 set of record prints, computer disk, copy of recorded plat and copy of Certification of Contributory Assets for water and sewer for this project. If you have any questions regarding the above, please contact me at 213-2935. Attachments AR-2274 doc:2147 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A.genda [tern No. 16A 11 October 9. 2007 Page 1 of 4 Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 4 OBJECTIVE: The Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, to accept final and unconditional conveyance of these water and/or sewer facilities. CONSIDERATIONS: 1) The Developer of Cedar Hammock, Unit 4, has constructed the water and sewer facilities within dedicated easements to serve this development. See attached location map. 2) Preliminary acceptance of these utility facilities was approved by the Engineering Services Department staff on April 12, 2002. At that time, the value of these utility facilities (assets) was $32.743,90 for the water facilities and $42,749.52 for the sewer facilities (see attachment[s]). This final acceptance is in accordance with Collier County Ordinance No. 2004-31, as amended. 3) Staff recorded all preliminary acceptance documents in the public records of Collier County, which have been reviewed and approved by the County Attorney's office as to form and legal sufficiency. 4) The water and sewer facilities have been operated and maintained by the Collier County Water-Sewer District during, not less than, the required one (1) year warranty period. 5) A final inspection to discover defects in materials and workmanship has been conducted by the Engineering Services Department staff, and these facilities have been found to be satisfactory and acceptable. FISCAL IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no specific financial impact. However, approval of this Executive Summary will result in the Collier County Water-Sewer District receiving unconditional title to the utility facilities, which at the time of preliminary acceptance, had a total (undepreciated) value of $75,493.42. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval of this Executive Summary will have no growth management impact. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: No additional legal review from the County Attorney is required to complete this final acceptance. ,."- RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners, Ex-Officio the Governing Board of the Collier County Water-Sewer District, authorize final acceptance of these water and sewer utility facilities for Cedar Hammock, Unit 4, and authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release any Utilities Performance Security (UPS) to the Project Engineer or the Developer's designated agent. PREPARED BY: Jodi Pannullo, Engineering Technician Item Number: ItemSummilry: Meeting Date: Page 1 of I Aqendaltem No. 16A11 October 9, 21)U7 Page 2 of 4 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HiA'i1 ~eGUrNnl':l(jat;[)n tc approv~ frnal aCC(,D~anCe of lhe watel flM 5ewel utility t,jCI!,ti(~S lor ,.>.(ja' "fioWHTlcck. Un!~ ~ 1Q/,,;)ClO;' ".OOOG/',M DMe Prepared By Jod, Pannullo Community Devefopn,,,nt & Erwiran,nentilfServic"s AdministruiiveAssi5tant CUES [:ngineehngServices (I141:?O'r!C;37;06i\M Date Approved By TtlPmas E. Kuck P,E Community D~velopm' nt & bwirarltnentaiSer.,ic(':<; CDES Engineering Serv;cos Oi"-,ctor CDESr::ngl'ltle'ing Sl'fvicf,& i'141::'O()7 C:56AM I'at Approved By .1",1\' f'lIi9 Opornt"'n~ Analyst !)/512D079:4&AI>1 Approved By Con\lTllmll.y Developn!<lm& Corl1i1lunitj' Dev,,"t'lpnwnt;>; EnvironmentlllS"r,I'es 'Onvironmenlal$ljfVicf.,,,t1.drnin StcphonLNagy t:l.lte Put.lie Utilities WaSli"..;at..rCullectlow Ma'1:,gpr W~>1f)Water 'ilC/;WC' 2;32 PM Approved By '3. GljorgeYrlm'lZ PU[JI;cUtiIi;ies Wilst"N.fah,rDiwc!Ur ,.,~t". lA/n"WWvter 'il(;f2(!()7S:C7Pi\Ii '),lle Appmved8y F'mnelaLil.by Public Utilities \'"~tPr.jpefiltiom;,'bn"\,wr W~ter 9110"200712:)(; PM tlnte Approved By Pnul Mattausch PublicUtifities Water [);rcctor Wmer 9ilO12007 4:2~ PM [Jate Approved By Marlene Stewart E~Bcut'~e Se<::relMy 9!1S/2(!0710:20AM Approved By Ccnomuniiy Oevelopmeni & Community Devulopnl<mt & Environment.,1 Service~ Environm(mtlll Service". Admin Roy 8. And"fsan P.E Dllie Puolic Utilities Public Utilities Engi"e~'ri"g Dir(;clor PublicUlililie5Engin~fing 9!20i20Q75:49PM AllprovedBy Joseph K, Schmitt Community Development & environmental Services Community Development & Envifonmentaf Services Admin5tr1l!or Dllte Community D~vejopment.'l. Environn1l.'ntal ServicQ:<;Admil1. 912112D07ll:22 PM Dllte Approved By OMS Coordinator AdmlnistrativeServic",,, AppiicatiorrsAnalysi fnformatiollTechllolo9Y $124i2(J0710,06AM OMe ApprolledBy Mllfk Isacksot1 County Man~,g!!r's Office 8udgetAnaly"t Office of Mllnagement & 8udget 9125i20072:12 PM Date Approved By James V Mudd Board of County Commissioners County Mllnager County Mlln~gar's Offoce 9129/2007 !lnAM file:iiC:\AgendaTest\Export\90~October%209 ,%202007\ 16, %20CONSEN'fO/a20AGENDA \.. lO/3/2007 . . i',genda Item No. 16A 11 October 9. 2007 MITCHELL & STARK CONSTRUCTION C(j~,31'N'C. LICENSED GENERAL CONTRACTOR 6001 SHIRLEY STREET NAPLES. FLORIDA 34109-6202 PH: 941-597-2165 FAX: 941-566-7865 TO: Banks Engineering, Inc. FROM: Mitchell & Stark Construction Co. Inc. 600 I Shirley Street Naples, Florida 34109 SUBJECT: Verification of Final Costs Water and Wastewater Cedar Hammock - Unit 4 UNIT # 4 WATER 1. 8" PVC DR 18 WM I ,260 LF $13.69 $] 7,249.40 2. Fire Hydrant Assembly 3 EA $2,575.00 $ 7,725.00 3. Single Water Service 6EA $256.00 $ 1,536.00 4. Double Water Service 13 EA $307.50 $ 3,997.50 6. Connect to Existing Main lLS $1,512.00 $ 1,5]2.00 7. Perm. Sampling Point ] EA $724.00 $ 724.00 TOTAL $32,743.90 UNIT # 4 WASTEWATER 1. 8" PVC Gravity Sewer 1,440 LF $16.19 $23,313 .60 2. Sanitary Sewer Manhole 3EA $2,734.00 $ 8,202.00 3. Single Sewer Service 4EA $421.48 $ 1,685.92 4. Double Sewer Service 14EA $574.00 $ 8,036.00 5. Connect to Existing Main I LS $],512.00 $ 1,512.00 TOTAL $42,749.52 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ~t--'" ~o_ ,;too -N", -DC) --' :... OJ 7(l)ro -.00.. ::::0 ;no "'0 ro ';2 iii C5> <{ S31d'iN1QN)"r.JlS3110j ----"--- ------------~ ~ j 11<;0 .""') (IOI~^"'''''e "'moo -~ ,.~." , 0 " e . ~ z o w- ~~ iijo o ~ i ~ ~ . ~ a.. <( L W I- C/) -----~--- -> I- ~ ~ '" 0 JlVOS 01 JON / -.-- I :I: '" .. L ffi ~;: u ,~ I [;J ,~ i :~ a.. ~ :': ~ <{ :;i~ ! 3 L ~~! g~ ~ H, """'^TnOlIlBl1'IOO Z 0 i~ - 1" I- .1 , <{ , ! u 0 -' " ! ,. I i , ~ , < . I ill . I, ,; ~~ I , " , " i " -~ - '''"l<"O W ! ~ . , " " i ~ " l! 1"- !Of!: ~~ ~ i~ , l , o d z , w " ,- :;~! 0 'I ~l ~ , " ,;- " g ! . I Ii , i. .. U " l' l~ l! - lrW... -I' .- j I ~ . . I , , " . l " . " i , , P" .0' I I g'"-- Agenda Item No. 16B1 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 21 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Approve the purchase of 2.50 acres of improved property which is required for road right- of-way for the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Project. Project No. 60168 (fiscal impact: $431,713.00) OBJECTIVE: Obtain the Board of County Commissioners approval to purchase improved property, a part of which is required for the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Project. CONSIDERATIONS: On June 6, 2006, the Board of County Commissioners approved Resolution No. 2006-142 authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of property required for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements to Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension (Project No. 60168) between Collier Boulevard and Wilson Boulevard (Phase 1). The subject property, however, is locatcd east of Wilson Boulevard and is part of Phase 2 which extends from Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulcvard; but it is one of the original 19 homes in thc path of the roadway for which purchase negotiations wcre authorized by the Board. The property is a 1,650 square foot (under air), 2 car garage, single-family residence sitting on 2.50 acres. It is described as the East Y, of Tract 19, Golden Gate Estates. Unit No. 75. and is located on 12[h Avenue NE, (east of thc Canal and west of Everglades Boulevard). The County requires right-of-way along the southcrn propeliy boundary for the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension roadway and the proposed roadway improvements would run directly through the rcsidence. The owners purchased the property for $415,000.00 in April 2006; however, in June, 2007 an independent real estate appraiser valued the property at $400,000.00. In the context of a forced sale, under the eventual threat of condemnation as in this case, the real estate appraiser's estimate of market value is one tool used to assist buyer and seller in negotiating a fair price for the loss of the property. Considcring that several of the key components of the definition of "market value" do not exist in this context: (1) the owner is not necessarily (and usually is not) a willing seller; (2) there are no substitute properties that might satisfy the buyer's needs; (3) the owner has been denied the option of placing the property on the market so that it might bring the highest possible price as opposed to the "most probable" price (market value); and (4) both parties to the transaction are under duress, or an undue stimulus to act. An additional issue considered was that the property owner dismissed her attorney thereby relieving us of the burden of attorney fees or expert witness costs. Staff negotiated and recommends the purchase of this property for $429,090.00, which is approximately $2,000.00 ovcr the payoff of the l110ligage (which includes a prepayment penalty). .. . " t FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $431,713.00 will eome fTOm the Transportation Supported Gas Tax Fund and Impact Fee Funds. (Total Amount includes the $429,090.00 purchase price and $2,623.00 for the approximate cost of title insurance, closing fees and recording fees). Source of funds are Gas Taxes and Impact Fees. Agenda Item No. 16B 1 October 9, 2007 Page 2 of 21 GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The recommendation is consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County: 1. Approve the attached Purchase Agreement; 2. Authorize its Chairman to execute same on behalf of the Board; 3. Authorize the payment of all costs and expenses necessary to close the transaction; 4. Accept the conveyance of the property via Warranty Deed and authorize the County Manager or his designee to record same in the public records of Collier County, Florida; 5. Approve any and all budget amendments reyuired; 6. Authorize the County Manager or his designee to explore options for the interim use and then the eventual salvage and demolition of the subject property. Prepared by: Joan M. Smith, Senior Property Aeyuisition Specialist, Transportation Engineering & Construction Management Depmimcnt Attaeluncnt Purchase Agreement Item Number: IlemSummary: Meeting Date: Page I of 1 A.aenda Item No 1681 ,. Oclober 9, 2007 Page 3 of 21 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNT'! COMMISSIONEFtS 16E11 Io.pplovr; 'iw p'-Hcil.%c of 2.5C acres of Improved Plopeny whi(;I~ is reL!U1red 101 :Dad rigllt"of. '/3'1 '8' \IIE \'anmni)ll~ SfCfJell Road Extension :croject Proiec' f'ic 601611 (fi"Cfll 'mpact 34;;l"?13UO! i ~)!D:'2(107 ~) OD D(J /,M D~te Prepared By JO<lnSmith Traf\6pormtionSerllicl'6 PrOp"I'tyA<:Cllm,itionSpee,alls-t rECM. ROW 91'1712007 3:22:49 PM Date Approved By G..ry Putaan~ul.l TraospoJ11.1tior15ervic"s P,ioGipalProjSct Marla[Jer TranSp<lrtilti'JIl Enplrl,,9ring ill1d Co!naruction 91171}0073 J()PM U"t0 Approved By Jo;mSmitll Tr~n~pOIT~trDn ScrviC\'s r-;ropenl' i\cquisiilOn "PI)' i~llsl rECM-f'lOW ~IIBI.:l007:, 47 PM Dav' Apllroved liy 'iald,Ahnwd In-:n~i:I()rtati0n S{)f\' Dir'.'ctor TranSf""1:ation[nginN\ring& ,;!~1,'2()07 211! PM ':>lIlstTu"ll(lI1Mam<(Jn,,,,:m: D~k "rprnvcd B~' !.)on" fe. ~"o',j(;' AI;~D T t 1)" ~,. p 1i11:a j i or;:'", rv i r. f.. S T'~nsp,,,.t.'tiC'nn'v":i,,nl\(immistrato' hnnsportMlon ,""r~ic;f>"'!,dmi" 9i25l2007!U4M~ C'Me Approved By u,,~ TRyl'lf Tr"n~portJti[)n S"\rvi~",s r,1"na9"tll"nti8U('p{!;;',,~iyr,t TfanspOr!at,on'\umifwnration 9125!200712:A, PM Clal.. Appr()vcd By I',evinHel\dricks Trafl~portalion Services ~;i;:~hl Of WiJ, AcoQ"i"i\ion Man~ge' TECM,ROVV 8/25120074:24 PM D~18 Approved By SIMcon Newman Trans-portation5ervices Ac{;olm1.ingS<lp~rvisor Tran"portation S0fVicusAdmin 9!25/2D071a:'t1 AM Dale AppruvedBy f'ail.G'hnh;ml Tmnf,podalionSnrv;ce" ExocutiveS,-,<:mlllrji 'Iram,pon,,\io!1 $ervic,,;, !\.dmin \)127120079:17 AM Date Approved By OMBCc>,:>rdlll<ltQr Adl1lin;str~tive Services AppltClltion~ Analyst info'mationTechnology 9128/20078:18 AM Dllle Approved By SU';iln Ush~r Counly rlhn"g(!,.~ Office Senior ManagementlBlIdget AnalY5t Offi,-,~ Of Manag<"",enl 11 Budy!.'1 10:1120071:41 PM Date Approved By Mic\lael SlI1ykowski County Mar.ager'sOffice M~r]agement S Budget Dim<:to, Offi<:eofMandgemer1l& Budget 1011120073:47 PM D3te Appro\'ed By James V.Mudd BOJH.JafCol.lnty Commissioru;"S COU!1tyManagcf County Marlag(J~'5 Qffi<:e 10/2!2D0711:5IlAM file://C:\Agenda T cst\Export\90~Octobel%209, %202007\ 16.%2OCONSENT%20AGENDA \.. 10/3/2007 ~ FannieMae Collier County Government pa~~ft-Yf~r1fNo. 1 f, B'1 Desktop Underwriter Quantitative Analysis Ap raisal Report Fil. No. VBR October 9, 21 07 THI!,~~,~'-MAR! A,!'f',!IAISAL REPlI.lITIS IN~NlI.EIJ_F~~,~SE_~!nn:tE ~~~~IJER.!~_U!,:!_~ F_9R._A M_9~TG_~G1;fl.f.!l~~CE TRANSACTION ~NLY. aq 40 2'1 .f1:0J!W'l_Mdress 2~9_1_2tb~~o~~_N~,________ _G~.N!l'p.~ _ ,___..~Stale F~---1i~oAe~flO_ ~ec~1 Descnotion Golden G?_tf:!_~~!~t~~,IJI1I!.?~_~1/2_2LTr:.~CJJ~Qf3. )Q~.f.9~lQ~__ - _C9.u~I~..___",__.___ AsmsQr's :larrei}J(), 40570920007 _ _ __.__________ 1a~,yeilt 2906 R~_ Taxes _S F'al1ii3LQnly ,SJl~t:i~1 As_sessm~nlLlQ .. BorrOwerN!A.__ ---- n_____ Currer.! OW.!]~ Posadas ~--=,:~-~__~ -- - ---:_Q~_QuQilllL __ _:~:ow~~r-._~~~~m"._:~;-\racant _N.!@!Ihorhood.QrEroJl!ct_~ame QQldenJ:?Et~E:~t?tes ,,^,oL\l\iilsQn _Pi0~ TJ'QL ____PUll _:......~.ondominlu.t1l.,_,_liQA.~____~e._ /Mo-- Sales Price S N/A Date of Salp. NIA O~,,-sr:r(Jon_/ S a'!l?Y,~T (lfJoan_ch_aruesrwr,c%siono 10 be paid by seller N/t'\ P!OD~r1V riohls a oraised Fee Slmole L~asehold Ma Relerence S31-T48-R28 Census lrilct 112.02 Note Race and the- raCial composlllon of lhe T1f!lgtlbomood are not appraIsal feelors Locallon __ U'ban >( Suburban - Rural I ~'operty values - In~reasl~g StaJie Declining - SfnglefllmiiY.llouliing Conoomlnium ilou~ing Built up _ [)ver 15~, )' 25-75% - Uncer 25% Demand/supply - Shortage /" In baiance Over supply f(~!8~ ~~~ ~~b~bl~ dpolic,) fY~;1 G'owth ral~ :>:::R~J}rd__ ~tabl~ -="'Slow Mi2.rXetmgtlme _.Jlnder 3 mos 2',);6 [j1os. Over 6 r[los ZI.?_ ;_ow ~ew . N!8__ Low . N~_ Neig~borhood boundaries 0,_1 WeHRg8c!IQttJeN()rth p~soto Bou1evardtQ the_~i3st I~T5_tot~eSolJth_andWiiso[), 625.~lgh,35 ,!'itA, hm~ N/A __~Q!Jle.\{a!dJo t,h~"':Y_"'-s!, - ----- - -- -- -- - "- - - - - - '--'-pr~do.rIlIf}aIlL~~=_=p~;d.Qmi~i1~L_-_~'~ 350 14 N/A N/A Shape RecJ.?Dg_ular__ Dimensions _!~5.~_pJ~_CL_ Site area 2,50 _a_~~s Specific zoning classificat:on and descriptIOn E-Es!9t~ . ._________ Zoning compliance :"5j Legal ' Legal nonconforming (Grandtalhereduse! :~ I Illegal, attashdescriplion _ Nc zoning .~igheSland best ~se 01 ~~~_je~rDroperty.a~l~l~r_O_V~G(or_.; pwpo~ed per pl~n~and speciflcalions) Pr~se_nt use Other u,e, attach description Utilities PIlLl1ic Olner - - - Public Slim Off-siteln:pro~mllnts - II'fle....." .~- . .f'UbiIC Electricity /,J 'Wal~: V"i~ll_ St'ee! Ma,::adam '';) ji.a5 "~~,qr} ".'W'" Sep~[c , ,~.'tJ: Are there ilnv a oarwl adverse site condilions leasemen!" encroachmenls snecialassessments 5Iideareas,etc.? ! I Yes Sou:ce(sJ used lor Dhysica! characterrst:cs of property' lroteriorand exterior Inspection insDecliontrom stleet ~~MLS.=~ Ass~?'-r1leryl~rydJ~_~e~!lfrisL., PrI(}' inspec~on LJ?!Q.Dert:!~Ql'ln~r _ Other (Dewibe) No 01 Stories 1 Tvoe !Del/Att,) Del Exterior Walls CBS Roof Sur1ace Tile ...,Qa,esJ.htQf..oJ,!ertv of.ryP-laiiycpn!OLrn t9 t.h.e_r.~igl1t]g[b_o_od in termsofstyjug_n~itior, ane cons1l1!ljion l1)at~riais?__ .)<~_Y~_s_ ... Are there any apparent physicai detic;encies or conditi::ns :hilt would dfiect the SQ;l'Id~f.:;s or slrJctural iiltegri,y of ille 'fTlwavemeills C. '-.'Ye,. ~y NO IIYe' Hnacl1de~fJIf1lion Are there ~nl' ap:larenl adv~rse environmental conditiOns (IlaZardous wastes, to~ic slJbs:a~ces, f.'C 'I presen1!n the IfT'WO~erT1ents, on the site, 0' in th~ ImmediaTe vicinity 3t the sutl:ect property? y~s i< No I~ Y<::s, attach descnption I reso,arshed the subject rr;arkel arn lor corlparab!e iistin95 and sales that m ji'.e n)05t sim:lar and uroxlma,e 10 Ihe sunlect ~IOp~rty My reseillch revealed a totill ')t __..1 sales ranging 'n sales [mcc Irom $ ____ 3~LQ90 __ ~o $ _1.90))00 My research reveaied f. total 01 ___I}i~ ___ listings ranging in ilsl price hom S ______ NIA ,n S tJl~__ Tne ana'lysis of t~e corlOarable sa!2S below reHects markellp.ilc[,rm 10 01 nificant v&;ations betw~ell the sales and lhe suu)ec; ~r()pert\' FEATURE I SUBJECT I SAUl SALf2 2~40 12th Avenue NE ~ 47<15 26th Aven~e- SE 3380 26th Avenue SE Address Naples FL 34120 Naples, FL 34117 Napies, FL 3<:t17 l~~:~'~:;c~~~I~~L ~~ ~~-- N/A "54-'~_~;I'.:S-$-E_'_'IS.--=--3B8,iQQ..1J..:Lr~[I-es-~-~--- Jnce/GrossLvHg,Area ~::..___ _ _L 21.558_~~: ,__.________L.. 25468 _D~a & Ve'lflcallE,f1 50urces ~_ MJ~!f.2060;l.1?38 MLS#1.Q_?_Q449t Vf\LUEADJ~TM~tHS ~~.f~!?I!.~ .DE$~~IPTlQ~_ "iJ::-J_SAdjusl. _,OESC~~~TI8N_ Sale, or einarGing Conv_Assumed Conll.Assumed ~on~~!.o_~~ .pate01 SaleiTlme ,-ocatio'l.......__ _~ite_ View______,. .QesIQ~($..l!'I_~L__ _lIc.1\J~I..Age.[Yr~ L J:Lonrlition_ A':JoveGrade RoamColJnt _ .Gra~~ Liv!ngA,rea, Basement&;inl,hed _A..o.OI:n,~ Relo~__G@9~_ ~anlgej.Q_;lJ'p_I2!1....__ 1.2C~I_9.a!?g_e ~Qi3rGarage__ _2__9a~Garage 2_C_~S?;:lrage -~~:; !b~~- -i~~~_~-i ~:~: ..NQn~ ~~~;;~~;:p"," - _ _ _-_j~:_n':L: 4~:::: X-'- - -1: 3:~"::: X + ';:i: .Date..QLEl1.orS~!e__ .1/~ ~QL~PJ?licable t:'JotApR]lf:able_ JiQ.LAppllcaJ;I~_ Pricf. of Prior Sale S 414900 S S S Analysis oj any cur'ent agreemert 01 saie, oplion, or listing 01 the subiecllHODerty and analysis of the prior sales 01 subject and comparables: Lri..2~le for ~ubiectQccurrf:!JL.. ~~J!...I1!~fl!~~~i?llY~l.9h P!!.f..e_l!i\fels:..c;l1!!~r1t sales__~9tJ:i.9Cle:5 noJ.!;IJPP.Clr:ttb!s_!:'.~9~, :5i1le2!l~~_ Summary 01 sales comparison and value conclUSion: M~~~~in~~, "qlQJ:~r~ro~rtles within GGE have suoer,or market~~~o~s___ J9~~1t&lurttJ~r ea?Lcomps #1 an.c!_?_VII_hif!l.~!~IClcaJ~Q._~_~st of Ellerolades Blvd are adiu~!ed accordinolv Aqelcondition _?^~justm~Qt? are combined ~':ld r~~~91 dif1e!_~~_(;es-,n eff?~!~~~;:l9-~ GLA;:l9just.m~Ill~~.!!~~tS55Isf(!9_I-Ln2.~Ql Al!o,ther adjustm~n\s ar,g_selH~J(QlanatoD'_ l'IA()st welgl)t_9!ygl}lQ..._ ~Of!l.Q_~1__whICh iSJh~D12~r~CI:!_nt!>~!~ _~_ _?iQ? NO_rr;If1c:l.I_ 11.106 G~~-YVQft;\lergl GG_I;~l;'(}.tE_Yt"rgl _+10-000 GGs~~Clf Ev~rgl 2,50?_(;[e:5_ ~]? -3,000 .?--7~ acres ~_~1ural SimilE)C Similar_ Bci:lnch ~i1nd1 R?_Qf.b__ _._2 [Effec; 1J 5 i~ffec ~L -------=-699.0 ~ (Effec 1 " rGood !n(en<;lf M_^__~_6~..6Q12i[Tlilar_ J9JQL_J.9IIJl?_ Baths lm'lt Bd'ms' Baths Total 8~.!F-,L Baths 3 2__ 3 2_^ _~~_~_L_, _ _,_t~?9Sq.fL _165Q_$<tfJ _1452_~q Fl ' Slab Slab Slab Plivaili I' No ItYesattachdesclintion ,x.. PreviolH;~opralsalfiies W.anufactured Housm! Y~s No ij_N9..JttAQhJ!!LS.Ylption t<,e IivalJilitViJf~ht. Dropertp No I SAlC3 291C24th Avenue NE 1Nafll~~eJ:3412Q____ :. :f~~: .. ~~. Conv Assumed 3~~f~ :: .' :.~'~~J:~YR?_riO~ .IataL,9drms Bath?_ _'_L_ __~_---1. _ 1,6_?L~qJ! -5,900 _,~A...9~. +,1LQQ.Q ~o.rl1.lll~l Slab AO,Q.Q9_ _ 395.0QO This appraisal is made ~3l "as-is', CJ subieci to completion per Dians and ,pecilications on the bilSis of ~ h\'pothe;lcal condition that the implOvements ~ilve heen cumpleled or !_J sub!~cttothetO!lol'lingrep~irs,alteration5orconditions PAGE10F3 Form 205 ~"WinTGTAL" apOlaisa: scttware by a la mode inc --- 1.8CC.ALAMOOE ttITEflIORANOEi(TERIOR INSPECTION ,I ESTlMATETHEMARKETVALUE,A.SOER NEO,OFTHEREAL ,ASOF )lm~.?5, 2007.. Fan~ie Mae Form 20.'15 9-96 BASED ON AN EXTERIOR INSI'ECTION FROM THE STREET OR AN PROPERTYTHATISTHESUBJECTOFTHISREPORTTOBES _~OOjQOO Desktop Underwriter Quantitative Anal sls Appraisal Report ,;,. No. PIO;ect Information for PUOI (II applicable) . - Is the developeribuilder in control 01 the Home Owners' Association (HOA)? L..' Yes ProvidelhetollowingimormationtorPUDsonlyifthedeveloper/builderisincontrololtl1eHOAandlllesubj&ctprapertyisanatlacheddwellingunit TOlalnumberofphases .N/A ~_ Totalnumbetolunits ._.,__m,___ Tolalnumberofunilssold Total numher of units rented ,_"'__~ Total number of unrts for sale Data Source(,) Waslhe oroiectcreated by the convefsion of exisling buildings inlo aPUD? :-:iYes =-.'No !I yes, dale ofcanversl(Jn Does the project contain any multi-dwelling un~s? Yes -- No Data Source: ____~_______ Are tile common elements completed? i:J Yes No If No, descri~ status of completion _~.ffi. lB~lLo..VBRTPa:g:~i~ Pa~mGa Item NO.1 81 VBR Octobe 9 2 07 l. .1 No Pag :5 0 21 Are any common el~ments leased to or by ltle Home Owners' Association? Describe tOmmon elements and recreational fa~imies ~6_~_____ iNn Ifyr.s altach addendum describing rerJalterms andoplicrns Projeetlnlormation for Condominiums (H applicable) - - Is the dmloper/builder in control of the Heme Owners' Association (HOA)? Provide the followinll information lor all Condominium Projects Total number ol phases .tjl6____ Mal number 01 unils Tutalnumberofunitsren1ed Tota! number of units for sale Was the projec!crealed by the conversion 01 existing buildings i nto a condominium? ProiectType: ':'::JPriTll2fyRes:dence --- Second Home or Recreational Condition of tl1e pro,ect qualrty ot construction, unit mi~ etc. ~A ____ v~~ 1,1(> Yes Row (Jr Townhouse No Total number of units 5010 DataSoulce(sl___ N yes, date 01 conversIOn; Garden Midnse _Highrise Are the common elements completed? Yes _; No If NO, d~scnbe slatus:;t complelron -tj!/~,--- Are any cummon elements ieased:o or by the Kome Owners' Association? Describe common element, and recmational facilities _~~~__ Yes I ml No Ii yes, atlacha[jdendl!mdescTlbl~grel1laltermsandopn@5 PURPOSE OF APPRAISAL: T~Ip. purpose at lhis appraisal is to estimate the market value of the real properly tha1 is the SUbject of this report based on a quantitative sales camparisoll analysis tor use in a mortg<lge lin;mc etransaction DEFINITION OF MARKET VALUE: The most probable price which a (Jroperty should briny 1/1 (l '~ull1petitive d11d open market undel all conditions requisite to a fair sale, file buyer ilnd seller, each acting pru[iently, knoWI(!t!qr.I:lhiy ;lOa assuming the price is I]ol <'llfer-ted by lrndUI' stimulus. Implicit in this delinition is the consummation at a sale as 01 a sl,lccifred dale ~n(j the pa~sing 01 liUe troll' scHer 10 uuycr under cO:Jditions whereby (1) buyer and seller <Ire typically motivated, (2) iJ{llll pMlles are well intonned Ilr wcl! advised, and oacll acting in what he cOllsiders his own hest interest; !::I) <! reasonable time IS allowr;d lot exposure If! tile CJDell !HiII!.:e!: (4) !layment i::< malie in terms 01 c(lsh in US dollars or in terms of fin;'jncial arrallgements comparable thereto: and (5) the price represents the normaf consideration far the property soid unaffected by special or creative financing or sales concessions* granted by anyone associated with the salo. w Adjustments to the comparables mllst i:)C fT\llde 101 spllcia! UI creative fimtflcing or sales concessIOns No adjustrnefTts are necessary for Ihose costs which are normally paid oy sellers as a result 01 traduion or law in a market alea: these costs are readily identifiable since Ihe seller pays tilese [Osts in virtually ail sales transactions Special or creaLive linilnciog adlustments can be made to the comparable property by comparisons to financing terms oflered by a third party institutional fender that is not already involved in the property or transacLion AfTY adjustment should not be calculated on a mechanical dollar tor dollar cost at the financing or concession but the dollar amount ot any adjustment should approximate the market's reaction to the financing or concessions based on the appraiser's judgment. STATEMENT OF UMmNG CONDmONS AND APPRAISER'S CERT;FICATION CONTINGENT AND LlMmNG CONDITIONS: The appraiser's certification that appears in the appraisal report is slJbject to the following cund~ions: 1. The appraiser wifl not be respollsible for matters ala legal naturethataffec1 either the property being appraised or the Htle to it. The appraiser assumes that the tflte is good and marketable and. therelore, will not rendel any opinions about the title The property is appraised on the basis of it being under responsible ownership 2, The appraiser has provided any requimd sketch in the appraisal reporl to show approximate dimensions 01 the improvements and the sketch is included only to assist the reader of the report in visualizing the property and understanding the appraiser'S determination of its size. 3. The appraiser wifl not give testimony or appear in court: hecause he or she made an appraisal of the property in question, unless specific arrangements to do so have been made belorehand. 4. The appraiser has noted in the appraisal report any adverse conditions (such as, but nallimited to, needed repairs, the presence of hazardous wastes, toxic substances, etc,) observed during the inspection of the subject property or that he or she became aware of during the nonnal research inl/oll/ed in performing the appraisal. Unless otherwise staled In the appraisaf report, the appraiser has no knowledge of any hidden or unappalent conditions of the property or adverse envrronmental conditions (including the presence of hazardous wastes, toxic substances, ete) that would make the property more or less valuable, and has assumed that there are no such conditions and makes no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied, regarding the condition of the property The appraiser will not be responSible for any such conditio liS thai do exist or for any ellglneerlng or testing that might be required to discover whether such conditions exist Because the appraiser is not an expert in the field of environmentaf hazards, the appraisal report lTIust not be considered as an environmelltat assessment of the property 5. The appraiser obtained the inlarmation, estimates, and opinions Ihal were expressed in the appraisal reportlrom sources that he or she considers to be reliable and believes them to be true alld correct. The appraiser does nol assume responsibility tor the accuracy at such ilems that wele furnished by other parties. 6, The appraiser will not disclose the colltents of the appraisal report exct:pt as provided for in the Uniform Standards of Prolessional Appraisai Practice. 7, The appraiser must provide his or her prior written consent before the lender/e1lenl speCified in the appraisal report can distribute the appraisal report (including conclusions aboLJt the property value, the appraiser's idenltty and professional designations, and references to any prolessional appraisaf organizations or the firm with which the appraiser is associated) to anyone other than the bOil ower; the mortgagee or its successors and assigns; the mortgage insurer; consultants: professional appraisal organizations; any stale or federally approved finllncial institution: or any department, agency, or instrumentality of the United States or any state or the District of Columbia; except. that the iender/client may distribute the report to data collection or reporting service(s) without having to obtain Ihe appraiser's prior written consenl The appraisers written consent and approval must also be obtained before the appraisal can be conveyed by anyone to the public through advertising. public rei alionS.IIE:wS,sales,orothermedia, 8. The appraiser has based his or her appraisa! report and valuation cOflclusioll fOl an appraisal thaI is subject 10 completion per plans and speclticationsoll on the basis of a hypothetical condrrion lhatthe improvp.ments ha vebeencompleted. 9 The appraiser has based his or her appraisal report i1nd valuation concfusion lor an appraisal that is Sllbjectto completion repairs, or alterations on 1he assumption that completion althe improvements will be performed in a workmanlike manner. PAGE 2 0;: 3 Fannie Mae Form 2055 g.96 r:Jrm 205 - "WinTOTAL' appraisal scrftware by a la mode. inc -1-800-ALAMODE Desktop Underwriter Quantitative Analysis Appraisal Report APPRAISER'S CERTIFICATION: The Appraiser certifies and agrees that" 1. I per10rmed this <Ir;praisal by (1) personally inspecting from the street the slJbject property and neighborllood and each 01 the comparable sales (unless I l1ave olhm'/ise indicated in thts report Ihatl also inspected the illlerior 01 the subject property); (2) collecting. confirming, and analyzing data from reliable publiC and/or private sources; and (3) reporting the results 0\ my inspection and analysis in this summary appraisal report. I further certilythat I have adequate information aboullhephysica! characterislics ollhe suojeclpmpel1y <lnclthe comparable sales 10 develop lhisappraisal [FileNo~i!BL.E.aoe#31 Agenda Item No. 1( B 1 Po",,'1333 October 9, 21 07 File No. VBR Pa e 6 01 21 2 I have researCllp.d and anall-'zed tt!'! r;omparahle ;;ales and offerings/listings in Ihe subject market alP-a and have It:ported the comparaLJle sales In this report that are lhe best available for the subiect property I further certify that adequate comparable market data exists in the general milrkel area to develop a reliable sales comparison analysis tor the subject properly 3 I have taken into consideration the factors that Ilave an impact on value in my devfllopment of the estimate 01 market value in the appraisal report I tUI1ner certify thaI I have noted ilny appareJ1\ 01 known adverse condrtions in the subject improvements, on the subject site, or on any 5Me within the immediate vicinrty 01 lhe subject property of which I am aware, liave considered these adverse conditions in my analysis of the property value to the extent thai I had market evidence to support them, and hd.ve commented about the effect 01 the adverse conditions on the marketability of Hie subject prooerty. i have not knowingly wtthheld any significant information from the appraisal report and I believe, to lhe best 01 my knowtedge, that all statemen ts and information in fhe appraisal report are true and correct 4 I staled in the appraisal report only my flwn personal, ul1hias(~d, ilnd professional d.nalysls. upinions. d.nd conclusions. which are subjeclonlylothecnntingentandlimitingconditionsspecifiedin this 10rffi. 5. I have no present or prospective mtp-res1 in lhe property that is lhe sublec! of Ihls report, ~nd I have 110 present or prospective personal Interest or bias with respect to the participants in the Irarrsacliorl did not lJase, either partially ur cornple1ely. my analysis and/or the estimate 01 market value in !lIe appraisal mport un the rilce, color. religion. sex, age, marital status. handicap. 1amilial stalus. Ql national ari1;Jin of either the prospcctive owners or occupants 01 the subject property 01 of the present owners 01 ocwoants of thc properties in the vicinity of the slJbjecf oroperty Olor, any other bilSis prohilJ itcdtlylaw G I have no prC'sent or~onterTlplated jutore inlCH'st in thp ~ut>Jf)cl Ofonr.rty and np.ithr.r my runcnl or fuTure emptoyment nor my compensation for periOfminQthis appraisal is Gontingenl on ttle appr aisedvalueuflheproperly I was not required 10 report a prmJe1errnirwd valu/' or dimcrion ill value that favors the calJse ot trlC r;I!cnt or any related party, the dmounl of the value estimate, the att<linment of a specific result or lhe occurrence of i! subsequent eveni in order to receive my compensatIOn and/or employment lor pertorming Ole appraisal I did not fliise the dppraisiil 'coort an ~ rAquested rnil1lmum valuation a specific valoation orthelleedlu approve a specific mortgage 10<1 n 8. I estimated the markel value (If 11le real property tl1at IS the subject at this report hased on the sates comparison approach to villue ! funher certify that I considered \lIe cosl and rncorne dpproaches to value, but. through mutual agreement witli the client, did not develup them. untess i have noted otherwise rnthis report 9 I pcr10rmed Ihis appraisal CiS a limited appraisal. subject to the Departure ProviSion of the Uniform Standards 01 Prolessional Appraisal Practice lhat were adopted and promulgated by the Appraisal Standards Board at The Appraisal Foondation and thai were in olace as at ttre effective date of the appraisal (onless I Ilave otherwise indicated in this report that the appraisal is a compiete appraisal, in whic~1 case, the Departure Provision do'iS not apply) 10 I acknowledge that an estrmate of a reasonable time lor exposure in the open marke1 is a conditIOn in the definitioll of market value. The exposure time associated with the estimate of markel value lor the subject property is cOllsistent with the marKetillg time noted in the Neighborhood section 0' this repon The marketing period concluded for the subject property at 'he estimated market value is also consistent with fhe marketing time noted intheNeighbortlood section. 11 I personaliy prepared a[1 conclusions d.nd oprnions about the real estale that were set torth in the appraisal report. further certrfy that no uneprovided significant professional assis tancetomeinthedevelopmentolHlIsappraisal. SUPERVISORY APPRAISER'S CERTIFICATION: If a supervisory appraiser signed !lIe appraisal report, he or she certifies and agrees that J directly supervise the appraiser who prepared the appraisal report, have examined the appraisal report for complial1ce with the Unitorm Standards of Professional Appralsat Practice, agree with lhe stalements and conclusions of the appraiser aQree to be bound by the appraiser's certilicationsnumbered 5 lhrough7 above, 3ndam taking JullresponsilJility f[JI the appraisal andlhe appraisal report APPRAISER: SUPERVISORY APPRAISER (ONLY IF REOUIRED): Signature: Name: .fiarrv He:~der~on,.~R.P-._ Company Name: 9oUi"ro;ClllDtyGov.T!::1~J''!'!__ Company Address: ~88.5_Sou.!!U:1Clr~~~h~.Qr~e_. !'lr;uJl.es, FL 3:'t1Q4__ Date of RepurVSignature: June 25 2001 State Certification #: BQ.~~_~_ orStateUcense #: Slate: f.L E~lration Dale of Certification or License: _1_1/30/2Q9~_ Signature' Name: Company Name: Company Address' T Date 01 Report/Signature- State Certificatiun #. or State License # Slate: ExpirationDateofCer@cationorUcense: ADDRESS OF PROPERTY APPRAISED: ;:~9_12til....~nuefl!.1:; ~~Ies" E~_~l?~___ APPRAISED VALUE OF SUBJECT PROPERTY I EFFECTIVE DATE OF APPRAISAL~NSPECTIDN LENDER/CLIENT: Name: d9~n$!!litb_ Company Name: RO!y~D~-2rtme~! Company Address: 400.000_~_ ..b:!~~_.f2L.-ZQ9~_ SUPERVISORY APPRAISER: SUBJECT PROPERTY Did not inspect subject property i~ Did inspect exterior of subject property from street Did inspect interior and exterior of subject property COMPARABLE SALES r- Did not inspect ,xlenor of comparable sales from streef Did inspect exterior of comparable sales from street PAGE 3 01:3 Form 205 ~ "Win"'"OTAl" appraisal sottware by a la mode, i~c.-1.800.ALAMODE ,annie Mae Form 2055 9.% Subject Photo Page ..~g[OWer/ClienL_~tA.._ _ _ Pro~I'!Y_~ddre5~___2.~QJ?t!Lf\~DU~ N~_ ~J!it".,_,.,_.,___.,_~!l~~__,~ _ _ ~__________ ____-f~~"l!..ty_.g.qm~,~ Lander ROW De artmenl , , ~VB~ genda Item No. 1681 October 9, 2007 g8 7 of 21 ,~~~_f.k_ ____~.Code __M120 Subject Aerial 2440 12th Avenue NE Sales Price N/A Gross UVlng Area 1,650 Total Rooms 7 TolalBedrooms 3 Total Balhrooms 2 location GGE-WofEvergl View Natural Site 2_50 acres Quality Age 2 (Effec 1) Subject Rear Subject Street Fonn PIC3x5.5R ~ "WinTOTAl" appraisal software by a Ie mode, inc. - l-BOQ-ALAMODE Comparable Photo Page B.orro_w~!!Clienl _ Nfh_______ er.ooe[jy_~Qdrp,ss_ _2.~~{U.~!~_A~~l.!.~J:i~___" GitL-___ __ ..Nc!p'IE!~__,_ ___________ LeMer ROW Deoartment cou~1y__c::()j~E!~ ----:;;-a A~~MBR"'l'!e#~, 16~ d Il~lll \la, b1 October 9, 2007 e 8 of 21 ___Slat~_FL Z_ill_G.QQ~___~~J~g"_ Comparable 1 4745 26th Avenue SE Prox to Suhleet 548 miles SE Sales Price 388,700 Gross bing Area 1,650 Tol~1 Rooms 7 Total Bedrooms 3 Tl)talBalhroom 2 LocaUon GGE-thru street View Similar Site 2.75 Ouality Age 5 (Efjec3l Comparable 2 3380 26th Avenue SE Prot. to SlIblect 491 miles 51: Sa,I~:; P'ice 369,800 Gross livin~ Area 1.452 lotalRuoms 6 Total Bedrooms 3 Total Bathroums 2 Lo~alior, GGE-Eof Evergl View Similar Site 2.75 acres Duality Ag8 2 (Effec 1) Comparable 3 2910 24th Avenue NE Prox loSubl€C\ 158 miles NE Sales Price 355.000 Gross liVing Area 1,627 Total Rooms 7 Total Bearooms 4 lotal Bathrooms 2 Locatior GGE-WofEvergl V'ew Similar Site 159 acres Duality ilge New Form PICPIXCR - 'WinTOT AL" appraisal ,o1tware by a la mode. inc - 1.800.ALAMODf Borrower/Client N/A l'IP~IJY._A~~~~~._~?~~!b.}~_~~Que NE _Q.itL____~~l~~_ -------- lender ROW Department ;;: 47thAV>!,~ ~ ~ "I ~ J [ " J 45th Ave r,a; z '" " !tI m m ffi ffi z " m ~ z '1st Ave NVV 41~ AYe NE 8lrJ Ave r#II 39th Ave NE 7th Ave M'I{ 37th ,Il-,ve NE 5th Ave r>Mf J5Ih Ave NE 3,d A"e NW r4: " < , ~ ~ 4' ,. ;;: ~ w " " " " " :t ~ <-Orllflgetree " , " ~ Z m " z ~ G", '<:i' z I,,,,,,,,,;v ~ ~2"d A" NW ~ I :i 1'0'"'''''''' z rath A"eNVV rBlh Aile NIN i'4th AII,e NIN r2t11 Ave NVV , otI1 Ave l\WIJ R~nd8'11 BI"rj 24th "''Ie NE 22rtd /l.ve NE ~Oth )l,ve NE 16th Ave NE 16thA,veN1: 14th Ave NE 121h A\'1': NE 10th Ave NE ~ " z ~ ~ " ~ '0 , o " ~ ~ !tI ffi ~ !tI ffi . 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Old 1;' . /l,genda Item No. 16B 1 October 9. 2007 Page 11 of 21 PROJECT: Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension PARCEL No(s): 1333 FOLIO No(s): 40570920007 PURCHASE AGREEMENT (For Improved Property) THIS PURr.HASE AGREEMENT is made and entered into on this _ _day of . . 200 . by and between CASTA ELIZABETH POSADAS, whosemaijing address is 2440 12TH Avenue N.E.. Naples, Florida 34120, hereinafter referred to as "Seller"). and COLLIER COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, whose mailing address is 3301 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Florida 34112 (hereinafter referred to as "Purchaser"). WHEREAS. Seller owns certain improved property located at 2440 12'" Avenue N.E.. Naples, Florida 34120. and more'particularly described as Exhibit "A" which Is incorporated herein by reference. together with all buildings. structures and improvements. fixtures. built-in appliances, refrigerators. stove, dishwasher. washer. dryer. ceiling fans, fioor coverings and window treatments (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Property"), free from liens; and Whereas. Purchaser requires the Property for right-of-way purposes as part of the Vanderbilt Road Extension Project; and WHEREAS, Seller has agreed to sell and Purchaser has agreed to buy the Property subject to the terms and conditions that follow. NOW THEREFORE. in consideration of these premises. the sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00), and other good and valuable consideration. the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby mutually acknowledged, it is agreed by and between the parties as follows: 1. AGREEMENT In consideration of the purchase price and upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, Seller shall sell to Purchaser and Purchaser shall purchase from Seller the Property. 2. PURCHASE PRICE The purchase price (the "Purchase Price") for the Property shall be $429,090.00 (U.S. Currency) payable at time of closing. Said payment to Owner, payable by County Warrant, shall be full compensation for the Property conveyed, including all structural and site improvements and fixtures, and all landscaping. trees and shrubs located thereon. and shall be in full and final settlement of all other costs and expenses incurred by Seller. including but not limited to moving expenses and expert witness fees, None of this Purchase Price is attributed to any personal property listed in the attached inventory. If this Agreement includes an occupancy provision. the Purchase Price stated above will include a deduction for all occupancy fees due under the term of this Agreement. 3. CLOSING A. The Closing (THE "CLOSING DATE". "DATE OF CLOSING", OR "CLOSING") of the transaction shall be held on or before one hundred twenty (120) days following execution of this Agreement by the Purchaser but not later than December 12, 2007 unless extended by mutual written agreement of the parties hereto. The Closing shall be held at the Collier County Attorney's Office. Agenda Item I'Jo, 1681 October 9, 2007 Page 12 of 21 Administration Building, 3301 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Florida. Purchaser shall be entitled to possession as of Closing, unless otherwise provided herein. Seller shall deliver the Property in broom-clean and working condnion. and free of all debris upon vacating the premises. B. Seller shall convey a marketable title free of any liens, encumbrances, exceptions. or qualifications, Marketable title shall be determined according to applicable title standards adopted by the Florida Bar and in accordance with law, At or before the Closing, the Seller shall cause to be delivered to the Purchaser the items specified herein and the following documents and instruments duly executed and acknowledged. in recordable form: 1, Warranty Deed in favor of Purchaser conveying title to the Property. free and clear of all iiens and encumbrances other than: (a) The lien for current taxes and assessments. (b) Such other easements, restrictions or conditions of record. 2, Combined Purchaser-Seller closing statement 3, A "Grantor's Non-Foreign. Taxpayer Identification & "Gap" Affidavit"' as required by Section 1445 of the Internal Revenue Code and as required by the title insurance underwriter in order to insure the "gap" and issue the policy contemplated by the title insurance commitment 4. A W-9 Form. "Request for Taxpayer Identification and Certification" as required by the Internal Revenue Service, 5. Such evidence of authority and capacity of Seller and its representatives to execute and deliver this Agreement and all other documents required to consummate this transaction, as reasonably determined by Purchaser's counsel and/or title company, C. At the Closing. the Purchaser. or its assignee. shall cause to be delivered to the Seller the following: 1, A negotiable instrument in an amount equal to Net Cash to Seller on the Closing Statement No funds shall be disbursed to Seller until the Title Company verifies that the state of the title to the Property has not changed adverseiy since the date of the last endorsement to the commitment, referenced in "Requirements and Conditionsft below, and the Title Company is irrevocably committed to pay the Purchase Price to Seller and to issue the Owner's title policy to Purchaser in accordance with the commitment immediately after the recording of the deed. 2, Funds payable to the Seller representing the Purchase Price shall be subject to adjustments and pro-rations as hereinafter set forth. D. Seller. at ns sole cost and expense, shall pay at Closing all documentary stamp taxes due upon the recording of the Warranty Deed. in accordance with Chapter 201.01. Florida Statutes. unless the Property is acquired under threat of condemnation, and the cost of recording any instruments necessary to clear Seller's title to the Property. The cost of the Owner's Form B Title Policy. issued pursuant to the Commitment provided for in Article 8, "Requirements and Conditions" below, shall be paid by Purchaser. The cost of the title commitment shall also be paid by Purchaser. E. Purchaser shall pay for the cost of recording the Warranty Deed. Real Property taxes shall be prorated based on the current yea~s tax with due allowance made for maximum allowable discount. homestead and any other Page NO.2 .Agenda Item No. H~B1 October 9. 2 07 Page 13 of 21 applicable exemptions and paid by Seller. If Closing occurs at a date which the current year's millage is not fixed, taxes will be prorated based upon such prior year's millage. 4. OCCUPANCY BY SELLER AFTER CLOSING [# 4-INTENTlONALL Y DELETED] 5. PROPERTY CONDITION DISCLOSURES A. General. Seller represents that Seller knows of no facts or conditions materially affecting the vaiue of the Property. except those which are readily observable by Purchaser. or which have been disclosed to Purchaser by Seller in writing and furnished to Purchaser prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement. B. Radon Gas. Florida law requires the following disclosure: Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that, when it has accumulated in a building in sufficient quantities. may present health risks to persons who are exposed to it over time. Levels of radon that exceed federal and state guidelines have been found in buildin9s in Florida. Additional information regarding radon and radon testing may be obtained from your county health department. Seller has no knowledge of the existence of radon on the Property or any radon mitigation having been performed on the Property. C. Lead Based PainVPaint Hazards. If construction of the residence on the Property was commenced prior to 1978, Seller is required to complete. and Seller and Purchaser are required to sign and attach to this Agreement, the addendum entitled "Lead-Based Paint and/or Lead-Based Paint Hazards Attachment to Sales Contract: Disclosure of Information and Acknowledgement." D. Mold. Molds are commonly found both indoors and outdoors. Interior infestation by certain molds may cause property damage and health problems for some persons. Seller has no knowledge of any mold remediation having been performed on the Property, E. Warranty. Except as to any facts or conditions disclosed to Purchaser as required under Section 5A above, Seller warrants that all major appliances and equipment; sprinkler. well. septic, heating. cooling, electrical and plumbing and security systems; major mechanical components; roof (including fascia and soffits); ceiling; structural walls; foundation; swimming pool, spa and pool/spa deck; seawalls; docks; boat lifts/davits and related electrical and mechanical components, if any (collectively "Systems and Equipment"') are in Working Condition. 'Working Condition" shall mean operating in a manner In which the Systems and Equipment were designed to operate. The roof. ceiling. interior and exterior walls. foundation. swimming pool. spa and pool/spa deck. if any, shall be considered in Working Condition if structurally sound and watertight. Seawalls and docks. if any, shall be considered in Working Condition if structurally sound. Seller shall not be required to repair or replace any Cosmetic Condition. "Cosmetic Condition" shall mean an aesthetic imperfection which does not affect the Working Condition of the item. including corrosion; tears; worn spots; discoloration of fioor covering or wallpaper or window treatments; missing or torn screens; nail holes; scratches; dents; chips; caulking; pitted pool surfaces; minor cracks in windows. driveways, sidewalks. spa/pool decks and garage, tile. lanai and patio floors; and cracked roof tiles, curling or worn shingles and limited roof life, so long as there is no evidence of structural damage or leakage. 1 Page No.3 Agenda Item No. 16181 October 9. 2 07 Page 14 of 21 6. INSPECTIONS A. Inspection Period. Purchaser shall have 60 days from the Effective Date (Inspection Period) to have the Property and improvements thereon inspected at Purchaser's expense as follows: (a) Systems and Equipment, by an appropriately Florida licensed inspection company or licensed contractor. and/or (b) radon gas. by a Florida certified radon measurement technician or specialist, and/or (c) lead- based paint and hazards, by an EPA-certified lead exposure risk assessor. and/or (d) termites or other wood-destroying organisms, by a certified pest control operator (collectively the "Inspection Items"). Upon reasonable notice. Seller shall provide access and utilities service to the Property to facilitate inspections. B. Election and Resoonse. If any inspection conducted during the Inspection Period reveals: (1) that any Systems and Equipment are not in Working Condition, and/or (2) the presence of radon gas at a level in excess of EPA action levels, and/or (3) the presence of lead-based paint or paint hazards required abatement under HUD/EPA protocols, and/or (4) the existence of active infestation by termites or other wood-destroying organisms and/or visible damage caused by active or past infestation (collectively the "Defective Inspection Items"). Purchaser shall. within 15 days after expiration of the Inspection Period: (a) notify Seller of any Defective Inspection Items, and (b) furnish to Seller a copy of the inspection report(s) documenting the Defective Inspection Items. and (c) notify Seller of Purchaser's election either to: (i) receive a credit from Seller at closing in lieu of any repairs. replacements. treatment, mitigation or other remedial action necessary to bring the Defective Inspection Items into compliance with the relevant standards set forth above (the "Remedial Action"), or (Ii) have Seller take Remedial Action at Seller's expense prior to closing, If Purchaser elects to receive a credit. the amount of the credit shall be equivalent to the estimated costs of any Remedial Action and shall be determined not later than the earlier of Seller's Response Deadline. or 1 0 days prior to the Closing. If Purchaser elects (i). Seller shall not be required to take any Remedial Action. If Purchaser makes no election. Purchaser shall be deemed to have elected to receive a credit at Closing. C. Not later than 15 days from receipt of the written notice and inspection report(s) from Purchaser ("Seller's Response Deadline"). Seller shall notify Purchaser whether Seller will give Purchaser credit equal to the cost of repairs or take remedial action. whichever is requested by Purchaser. If Seller refuses Purchaser's election by the Seller's Response Deadline. then Purchaser may terminate this Agreement within 1 0 days of Seller's Response Deadline. If Purchaser does not elect to so terminate this Agreement, Purchaser is deemed to have accepted the Property in the condition it existed on the Effective Date, except that Purchaser retains the rights set forth in Section 6.G. (Walk Through Inspection) below. If Seller fails to respond by the Seller's Response deadline, Seller shall be deemed to have accepted Purchaser's election and Purchaser may receive credit at Closing as set forth above. D. If Purchaser does not have the Inspection Items inspected, or fails to do so within the Inspection Period, or fails to timely report any Defective Inspection Items to Seller. Purchaser shall be deemed to have accepted the Property in the condition it existed on the Effective Date, except that Purchaser retains the rights set forth in Section 6.G. (Waik Through Inspection) below. ,- E. Remedial Action shall be deemed to have been properly performed if (1) the Systems and Equipment are placed in Working condition (as defined above), (2) radon gas within the residence on the Property is reduced to below EPA action levels, (3) lead-based paint and paint hazards on the Property are removed or contained in accordance with HUD/EPA guidelines. and (4) any active infestation of termites or other wood-destroying organisms is exterminated or treated. and all visible damage caused by active or past infestation is repaired or replaced. Seller shall make a diligent effort to perform and complete all Remedial Action prior to the Closing Date, failing which a sum equivalent to 150% of the estimated costs of Page No.4 Aaenda Item No. 16' 1 - October 9, 2 07 Page 15 of 1 completing the Remedial Action shall be paid by Seller into escrow at Closing pending completion, F. No cost to repair or replace any Systems and Equipment shall exceed the fair market value of that item if it were in Working Condition. If the costs do exceed fair market value, than either Seller or Purchaser may elect to pay such excess, failing which, either party may terminate this Agreement upon written notice. G. Walk-Throuoh Insoection. Purchaser (or a designated representative) may conduct a walk-through inspection of the Property prior to Closing and prior to possession, to confirm: (1) compietion of any Remedial Action agreed to by Seller in Section 6.B "Eiection and Response" above, (2) that the personal property items which are being conveyed as part of this Agreement remain on the Property, (3) that the personal property items which are not being conveyed as part of this Agreement have been removed from the Property, and (4) that Seller has maintained the Property as required in Articles 3 and 7. Upon reasonable notice, Seller shall provide access and utilities service to the Property to facilitate the walk-through inspection. 7 RISK OF LOSS Seller shall maintain the Property (including without limitation the lawn, shrubbery, and landscaping) in the condition existing on the Effective Date until Closing or date of Purchaser's possession, whichever is later, except for ordinary wear and tear and any Remedial Action agreed to by Seller under Section 6B above. Any future loss and/or damage to the Property between the Effective Date and the Closing or date of Purchaser's possession, whichever is earlier, shall be at Seller's sole risk and expense. 8. REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS FOR CLOSING Upon execution of this Agreement by both parties or at such other time as specified within this Article, Purchaser and/or Seller, as the case may be, shall perform the following within the times stated, which shall be conditions precedent to the Closing: A' Within filteen (15) days alter the date hereof, Purchaser shall obtain as evidenoe of title an AL T A Commitment for an Owner's Title Insurance Policy (AL TA Form 8-1970) covering the Property, together with hard copies of all exceptions shown thereon. Purchaser shall have thirty (30) days, following receipt of the title insurance commitment, to notify Seller in writing of any objection to title other than liens evidencing monetary obligations, if any, which obligations shall be paid at closing. If the title commitment contains exceptions that make the title unmarketable, Purchaser shall deliver to the Seller written notice of its intention to waive the applicable contingencies or to terminate this Agreement. B. If Purchaser shall fail to advise the Seller in writing of any such objections in Seller's title in the manner herein required by this Agreement, the title shall be deemed acceptable. Upon notification of Purchase~s objection to title, Seller shall have thirty (30) days to remedy any defects in order to convey good and marketable titie, except for liens or monetary obligations which will be satisfied at Closing. Seller, at its sole expense, shall use its best efforts to make such title good and marketable. In the event Seller is unable to cure said objections within said time period, Purchaser, by providing written notice to Seller within seven (7) days alter expiration of said thirty (30) day period, may accept title as it then is, waiving any objection, or may terminate the Agreement. .. C. Seller agrees to furnish any existing surveys of the Property in Seller's possession to Purchaser within 10 (ten) days of the Effective Date of this Agreement. Purchaser shall have the option, at its own expense, to obtain a current survey of the Property prepared by a surveyor licensed by the State of Florida. No adjustments to the Purchase Price shall be made based upon any change to the total acreage referenced in Exhibit "A," unless the difference in Page NO.5 I ,';genda item NO.1 B1 October 9, 2 07 Page 16 of 21 acreage revealed by survey exceeds 5% of the overall acreage. If the survey provided by Seller or obtained by Purchaser, as certified by a registered Florida surveyor, shows: (a) an encroachment onto the property; or (b) that an improvement located on the Property projects onto lands of others, or (c) lack of legal access to a public roadway, the Purchaser shail notify the Seller in writing of such encroachment, projection, or lack of legal access, and Seller shall have the option of curing said encroachment or projection, or obtaining legal access to the Property from a public roadway. Purchaser shall have six1y (60) days from the Effective Date of this Agreement to notify Seller in writing of any such objections. Should Seller elect not to or be unable to remove the encroachment, projection. or provide legal access to the property within six1y (60) days from the date of receipt of said notification. Purchaser. by providing written notice to Seller within seven (7) days alter expiration of said sixty (60) day period. may accept the Property as it then is, waiving any objection to the encroachment, or projection, or lack of legal access, or Purchase, may terminate the Agreement. A failure by Purchaser to give such written notice of termination within the time period provided herein shall be deemed an election by Purchaser to accept the Property with the encroachment, or projection, or lack of legal access. 9. TERMINATION AND REMEDIES A. If Seller shall have failed to perform any of the covenants and promises contained herein, which are to be performed by Seller, within filteen (15) days of written notification of such failure, Purchaser may, at its option, terminate this Agreement by giving written notice of termination to Seller. Purchaser shall have the right to seek and enforce all rights and remedies available at law or in equity to a contract vendee, including the right to seek specific performance of this Agreement. B. If the Purchaser has not terminated this Agreement pursuant to any of the provisions authorizing such termination, and Purchaser faiis to close the transaction contemplated hereby or otherwise fails to perform any of the terms, covenants and conditions of this Agreement as required on the part of Purchaser to be performed, provided Seller is not in default, then as Seller's sole remedy, Seller shall have the right to terminate and cancel this Agreement by giving written notice thereof to Purchaser, whereupon $500.00 shall be paid to Seller as liquidated damages which shall be Seller's sole and exclusive remedy, and neither party shall have any further liability or obligation to the other except as set forth in Article 12, Real Estate Brokers. hereof. The parties acknowledge and agree that Seller's actual damages in the event of Purchaser's default are uncertain in amount and difficult to ascertain, and that said amount of liquidated damages was reasonabiy determined by mutual agreement between the parties, and said sum was not intended to be a penalty in nature. C. The parties acknowledge that the remedies described herein and in the other provisions of this Agreement provide mutually satisfactory and sufficient remedies to each of the parties, and take into account the peculiar risks and expenses of each of the parties. 10. SELLER'S AND PURCHASER'S REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES Seller intends for Purchaser to reiy on the representations contained in this Article in entering into this Agreement and warrants the following: A. Seller has full right and authority to enter into and to execute this Agreement and to undertake all actions and to perform all tasks required of each hereunder. Seller is not presently the subject of a pending, threatened or contemplated bankruptcy proceeding. B. Seller has full right, power, and authority to own and operate the Property, and to execute, deliver, and perform its obligations under this Agreement and the Page No.6 Agenda Item No. 1681 October 9, 2007 Page 17 of 21 instruments executed in connection herewith, and to consummate the transaction contemplated hereby. All necessary authorizations and approvals have been obtained authorizing Seller and Purchaser to execute and consummate the transaction contemplated hereby. At Closing, certified copies of such approvals shall be delivered to Purchaser and/or Seller, if necessary. C. The warranties set forth in this Article are true on the Effective Date of this Agreement and as of the date of Closing. Purchaser's acceptance of a deed to the said Property shall not be deemed to be full performance and discharge of every agreement and obligation on the part of the Seller to be performed pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. D. Owner and Purchaser agree to do all things which may be required to give effect to this Agreement immediately as such requirement is made known to them or they are requested to do so. whichever is the earlier. E. Seller represents that it has no knowledge of any actions, suits, claims, proceedings, litigation or investigations pending or threatened against Seller, at law, equity or in arbitration before or by any federal, state, municipal or other governmental instrumentality that reiate to this agreement or any other property that could, if continued, adversely affect Seller's ability to sell the Property to Purchaser according to the terms of this Agreement. F. No party or person other than Purchaser has any right or option to acquire the Property or any portion thereof. G. Until the date fixed for Closing or as long as this Agreement remains in foroe and effect, Seller shall not encumber or convey any portion of the Property or any rights therein, nor enter into any agreements granting any person or entity any rights with respect to the Property or any part thereof, without first obtaining the written consent of Purchaser to such conveyance, encumbrance, or agreement which consent may be withheld by Purchaser for any reason whatsoever. H. Seller represents that they have (it has) no knowledge that any pollutants are or have been discharged from the Property, directiy or indirectly into any body of water. Seller represents the Property has not been used for the production, handling, storage, transportation, manufacture or disposal of hazardous or toxic substances or wastes, as such terms are defined in applicable laws and regulations, or any other activity that would have toxic results, and no such hazardous or toxic substances are currently used in connection with the operation of the Property, and there is no proceeding or inquiry by any authority with respect thereto. Seller represents that they have (it has) no knowledge that there is ground water contamination on the Property or potential of ground water contamination from neighboring properties. Seller represents no storage tanks for gasoline or any other hazardous substances are or were located on the Property at any time during or prior to Seller's ownership thereof. Seller represents none of the Property has been used as a sanitary landfill. I. Seller has no knowledge that the Property, and/or that Seller's operations concerning the Property, are in violation of any applicable Federal, State or local statute, law or regulation, or of any notice from any governmental body has been served upon Seller claiming any violation of any law, ordinance, code or regulation or requiring or calling attention to the need for any work, repairs, construction, alterations or installation on or in connection with the Property in order to compiy with any laws, ordinances, codes or regulation with which Seller has not complied. J. There are no unrecorded restrictions, easements or rights of way (other than existing zoning regUlations) that restrict or affect the use of the Property, and there are no maintenance, construction, advertising, management, leasing, employment, servioe or other contracts affecting the Property. Page NO.7 Agenda Item t"-lo. 1681 October 9. 2 07 Page'iBo 21 K. Seller has no knowledge that there are any suits, actions or arbitration, bond issuances or proposals therefore, proposals for public improvement assessments, pay-back agreements, paving agreements, road expansion or improvement agreements, utility moratoriums, use moratoriums, improvement moratoriums, administrative or other proceedings or governmental investigations or requirements, fonnal or informal, existing or pending or threatened which affects the Property or which adversely affects Seller's ability to perform hereunder; nor is there any other charge or expense upon or related to the Property which has not been disclosed to Purchaser in writing prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement. L. Seller acknowledges and agrees that Purchaser is entering into this Agreement based upon Selle~s representations stated above and on the understanding that Seller will not cause the zoning or physical condition of the Property to change from its existing state on the effective date of this Agreement up to and including the date of Closing. Therefore, Seller agrees not to enter into any contracts or agreements pertaining to or affecting the Property and not to do any act or omit to perform any act which would adversely affect the zoning or physical condition of the Property or its intended use by Purchaser. Seller also agrees to notify Purchaser promptly of any change in the facts contained in the foregoing representations and of any notice or proposed change in the zoning, or any other action or notice, that may be proposed or promuigated by any third parties or any governmental authorities having jurisdiction of the development of the property which may restrict or change any other condition of the Property. M. Seller represents, warrants and agrees to indemnify, reimburse, defend and hold Purchaser harmless from any and all costs (including attorney's fees) asserted against, imposed on or incurred by Purchaser, directly or indirectly, pursuant to or in connection with the application of any federal, state, local or common law relating to pollution or protection of the environment which shall be in accordance with, but not limited to, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, 42 U.S.C. Section 9601, et seq., ("CERCLA" or "Superfund"), which was amended and upgraded by the Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act of 1986 ("SARA"), including any amendments or successor in function to these acts. This provision and the rights of Purchaser, hereunder, shall survive Closing and are not deemed satisfied by conveyance of title. 11. NOTICES Any notice, request, demand, instruction or other communication to be given to either party hereunder shall be in writing sent by facsimile with automated confirmation of receipt, or registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid or personal delivery addressed as follows: If to Purchaser: Transportation Engineering & Construction Management Attn: Kevin Hendricks, Acquisition Manager 2885 South Horseshoe Drive Naples, Florida 34104 Telephone 239-774-8192 Fax 239-213-5885 With a copy to: Ellen T. Chadwell Assistant County Attorney Office of the County Attorney Harmon Turner Building 3301 Tamiami Trail East Naples, Florida 34112 Telephone 239-774-8400 Fax 239-774-0225 Page NO.8 f\.genda Item No. 16B 1 October 9, 2 '07 Page 19 of 21 If to Seller: Casta Elizabeth Posadas 2440 12th Avenue N.E. Naples, Florida 34120 Telephone 239-682-8245 The addressees, addresses and numbers for the purpose of this Article may be changed by either party by giving written notice of such change to the other party in the manner provided herein. For the purpose of changing such addressees, addresses and numbers only, unless and until such written notice is received, the last addressee and respective address stated herein shall be deemed to continue in effect for all purposes. Notice shall be deemed given in complianoe with this Article upon receipt of automated fax confirmation or upon on the filth day alter the certified or registered mail has been postmarked, or receipt of personal delivery. 12. REAL ESTATE BROKERS Any and ali brokerage commissions or fees shall be the soie responsibility of the Seller and shall be paid at Closing. Seller shall indemnify Purchaser from and against any claim or liability for commission or fees to any broker or any other person or party claiming to have been a procuring clause or engaged by Seller as a real estate broker, salesman or representative, in connection with this Agreement. 13. MiSCELLANEOUS A. This Agreement may be executed in any manner of counterparts which together shall constitute the agreement of the parties. B. This Agreement and the terms and provisions hereof shall be effective as of the Effective Date and shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective heirs, executors, personal representatives, successors, successor trustee, and assignees whenever the context so requires or admits. C. Any amendment to this Agreement shall not bind any of the parties hereof unless such amendment is in writing and executed and dated by Purchaser and Seller. Any amendment to this Agreement shall be binding upon Purchaser and Seller as soon as it has been executed by both parties. D. Captions and section headings contained in this Agreement are for convenience and reference only; in no way do they define, describe, extend or limit the scope or intent of this Agreement or any provisions hereof. E. All terms and words used in this Agreement, regardless of the number and gender in which used, shall be deemed to include any other gender or number as the context or the use thereof may require. F. No waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be effective unless it is in writing signed by the party against whom it is asserted, and any waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be applicable oniy to the specific instance to which it is related and shall not be deemed to be a continuing or future waiver as to such provision or a waiver as to any other provision. . G. If any date specified in this Agreement falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, then the date to which such reference is made shall be extended to the next succeeding business day. H. If the Seller holds the Property in the form of a partnership, limited partnership, corporation, trust or any form of representative capacity whatsoever for others, Seller shall make a written public disclosure, according to S 286.23, Florida Statutes, under oath, of the name and address of every person having a beneficial interest in the Property before Property held in such capacity is conveyed to Collier County. (If the corporation is registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Page No, 9 Aqenda item No. '1681 , October 9. 2007 Page 20 of 21 Statutes, whose stock is for sale to the general public, it is hereby exempt from the provisions of Chapter 286, Florida Statutes.) I. This Agreement is governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. J. The Effective Date of this Agreement wiil be the date of execution of this Agreement by the iast signing party. K. This Agreement and the exhibits attached hereto contain the entire agreement between the parties, and there are no promises, representations, warranties or covenants by or between the parties not included in this Agreement. No modification or amendment of this Agreement shall be of any force or effect unless made in writing and executed and dated by both Purchaser and Seller. L. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE to this Agreement. M. Seller may not assign, subiease, or license any rights arising under this Agreement without the written consent of the Purchaser. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the date first above written. AS TO PURCHASER: DATED: ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk Deputy Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: JAMES COLETTA, Chairman ~;$ ~(t> CASTA ELI BETH POSADAS itness (Signature) ~d'"r:lo, ~'lrenD Name (Print or Type) ~. ~fi1r' If{/o 9(57/./ fA Witness ( ignatare) d9~ ". .. Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: ~~V!/..h~ Ellen T. Chadwell Assistant County Attomey Last Revised: 8/10/07 Aqenda Item No. 16B 1 .. October 9, 2007 Page 21 of .. 1 EXHIBIT "A" THE EAST 1/2 OF TRACT 19, GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, UNIT 75, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5. PAGES 11 AND 12 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA. t .. . . I\.genda Item No. 1662 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 3 ~- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to award Bid No. 07-4167 - "Purchase of lime rock and fill material, fixed term contract" for the estimated annual amount of $500,000 to APAC, Inc., Florida Dirt Source and Florida Rock Industries, Inc. OBJECTIVE: To provide an annual contract for Iimerock and fill material when necessary for use by all County departments. CONSIDERATIONS: This contract is for the purchase of limerock and fill material for use in grading and rebuilding limerock roadways and shoulder repair on all County and State roadways. Bid #07-4167 was publicly advertised on July 26, 2007. Notices were sent to seventy-four (74) firms with eight (8) firms requesting full packages. Eight (8) responses were received by the due date of AUglLst 23, 2007. ,. .-- Staff has reviewed the bids received and recommends award to AP AC, Inc., FIOlida Dirt Source and Florida Roek Industries, Inc. Stafr recommends award to all three firms due to their location within the County and availability of material, which allows the using departments the flexibility to utilize the pit closest to their worksite to pick up material, saving the County time and money. Delivered Limerock awards will not be recommended due to the inconsistencies in pricing and locations. An approvcd and numbered purchase order will serve as the contmct for this bid. Other County departments or govemmental agencies may also utilize this bid. FISCAL IMPACT : Transportation Services Division is the primary user of limerock material with maintenance dollars budgeted within Fund III -- Road and Bridge Maintenance. Source of funds are Ad Valorem Taxes. Limerock material purchased by other County departments will be funded through the user department's budget. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners award Bid No. 07-4167- "Purchase of Lime-Rock and Fill Material, fixed tenn contract" to APAC, Inc., Florida Dirt Source and Florida Rock Industries, Inc. '" t Prepared By: Travis D. Gossard Sr., Manager Road & Bridge Maintenance Department .-- Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page 1 of I Agenda Item No. 10B2 Os\obr;~r 9, 2007 PRUe 2of3 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1682 R,KOrT'rn.mdatiof; to award bid 1~0 07.4107 PW'Chase of Ilmero(".~ and fill material. llxed term ;;01.tI'80 illr the 9stima!f;ci armuai Cilnounr o~ S500,OhO (0 Aiol:\C In: "'101'0" Dirt SOUle" Florid" Rock Industries Inc 1:J/U/:_' )07\1 (Jr)OilAM \It!llel~lioll Man..gcllwnt SuperviSN Date I'rep:lred By TrJV;~ D, Gass;!rd TrallsportationS"rvices ROllO Mamlenance 9/20120077:24:29 AM ManngemenUBlldSl'-.t/\nnlyst [J;lte Approved By R"o~min I'Jamh T'a~,SpOr!fltlon Servic..s ,r<<r1Sijortatiotl Errglneenng ~nd Con5trlJction 9120110073;42AM R<J,,(b M~II.lcn"nr;" SL pUil1t",,:uarlt r;at~ Appru,'cd By JOilr', Vii"" j,ammGrt,.,\iOIl S",,,ic~'s Appruved By ~Jorm E- rCdN. 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Z 0 Z . . .I i . ~ ~ I II . . . z ~ , . o ~ o , z ~ ~ 0; ~ ~~ ~ ~~ . z ~ > , ! g " ,i .:t \.2 1 ~.J i\l ~~ ~--Ji ~~ Agenda Item No. 1683 October 9, 2007 Page 1 of 18 - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to grant a Deed of Conservation Easement to the Sonth Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) for the Freedom Park a.k.a. the Gordon River Water Qnality Park in Collier County, Florida. OBJECTIVE: To gain approval from the Board of County Commissioners to grant a Deed of Conservation Easement to the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), to comply with their Permit No. 11-00820-S requirements, for the development of the Gordon River Water Quality Park in Collier County, Florida, project nwnber 51018. CONSIDERATIONS: On May 24, 2005 the Board approved a $599,850 design contract with CH2M Hill, Inc for the design of the Gordon River Water Quality Park located at the comer of Goodlette Frank Road and Golden Gate Parkway. As part of the pern1itting for the Gordon River Water Quality Park site, the SFWMD requires that a Conservation Easement be granted before an environmental resource pennit is granted. The SFWMD, the Stormwater Management Depmtment and the County Attorney's office have reviewed and recommended approval of the attached Conservation Easement outlining the responsibilities of each party. The Conservation Easement shall run with the land ,md remain in full force and effect forever. - FISCAL IMPACT: Funding for the Conservation Easement recording is available in Fund 325 Gordon River Water Quality Park Project (Project No. 510185). The source of funding is ad valorem taxes. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This easement complies with the requirements of the Collier County Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approves the attached Conservation Easement to SFWMD and authorizes the Chairman to execute the Conservation Easement on behalf of the Board; directs the County Manager or his designee to proceed to follow all appropriate closing procedures, and to record the Conservation Easement in the public records. Prepared By: Margaret A. Bishop, Senior Project Manager, Transportation Services Division, Storn1water Management Department Attachment: Conservation Easement - Item Number: ItemSummarv: Meeting Date: Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item No. 1683 Octob'~18 2007 PagB2of18 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1683 F,v:;(Jmrrrer~datlon \e gran! B Oeeli of Gonservatloll F%elTlflnt Ie tll"- S~)utr Fie"!,!:) WatA' IkH1flOEJtTlFnt DI"tnc.t '-SFWMIJ, 10' !he FnwdDIT1 F'ull: ;; k 0, tlw SordOl' River '/vater Qual!ty ::'ark iI" r~c;lller ':'.ounty Flor,da 1Q.i91:.'D07Cl(JO OOI\M DatD Prepared By MMqaC!;\ r~. Di~hop Tram<poru,Uon$ervic"5 Projacl Manager StormwlIlerAAana(larnflnt 9/61200710:19:28 AM D~le Approved By M<JrgueIA,Blsl'op f ra n~PQrt<Jtl on Scrvice~; i'rojecl' Manager SlOrmwate" Management \liGl2007102QAM [);:l,- t\llpruved By E\J(lle'Ic-CJI."e,-t l'ri1n"por:atiorls S"rvi~"s Fr;ncip<.\! "'oj,,::1 M~('iLger 1';lnsponnlion':;rJgirwcring'lnci Cunstruclion M1!I1i1ae'l1ent fI:T1007Ii;2Sf.;M "):lk Approved By )<,()vlnH,>,,,jrir.,:s rr~n~~H)ct'lti(l!1 Servicns i{ight (Ji 1-"1,1Y Acr~lIisi!lCmM,,-,,"gt'r lEC,V"ROW ,i.ij0.!2()072;51PM 1)",,(> Aflprond By C::""iir'~ S"tt' Tr~,.',t:J(;rtMion S(;>r~LCCS r"iJmll',,,\ratiw,j,,~,,.'!;,1"';r1\' ,'r?TLsporl:lllion Engin",ering "nd COrl~rructi()r "I1W2()014:31i PM n~\e i\pprovcd By Scot, R '1>.~cl' CO\JlltyAtiomey i\S5is\ilnt CC'l'!l:\' Ath>rney COl.lntyAtiorrwy Office 9111:2r107 7:44AM D>lW Approved By Norm "'. I'eucr AICP Transportation Servi~es Trilf'''portationDivi'''ioIlAdmirw,ItJtor Trar.sportJtionServic0Sf'oll'lln 9i2512007<J21 AM Date Approved B)' AlmmndraJ.$ulp ki Adm,n,strative 5"r"i<:"s SCrliorE:nvitO!lrl1l:tn!al Spec;alist Facil,ticsMan:JgN1Wn! 9125!20071O:4SAM Approved By [lilt'" ShRtonNewman Tram-,porwtionSefvic"", AccountingSupHvisor Tr~nSPQrl3tionService5Admin 9128120073:09 PM D,~ Approvl'dBy Pill Lehnhilrd Tran~portiltioll Services Executive Secretary Tr..n5port<ltionServic,,~Admirl 91211120073:18 PM Dilte Approved By OMB C""rdin3tor Administra1iv~'Se"liees App!;eatiOrls,Analysl Intorm,ltionTet:llflolo'JY 9128"20074:17 PM Date Approved By $uslln Usher County Manager'sOfflel!! Senior Management/Budget Analyst Office of Management 8. Budget 10111lD0711,OOAM Date ApPl'ovl'd By Michael Srnykowsid County Manager'sOffic<> MJnagument& BlIdgetDimctor Offic" of Management & Budget 1011/200711:l1 AM Date Approved 8y J"mes\', Mudd Board ot County Commis;sioners CO'.JntyManager County Manager'sOffle" IOI1/20()711:55AM file://C:\AgendaTest\Export\90-0ctober%209 ,%202007\ 16. %20CONSENT%20AGENDA \.. ] 0/3/2007 ,.6,qeilda it:;m NO.1 GB3 ~ ()ctober 9, 2007 Page:3 of i8 SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT Return recorded document to: South Florida Water Management District 3301 Gun Club Road, MSC 4210 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 THIS DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT is ________ day of _~____ _____~__~____, 20 given this , by whose mailing Collier County address ("Grantor") is Collier County 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, t'L ~4~LL to the South Florida Water Management District ("Grantee"). As used herein, the term "Grantor" shall include any and all heirs, successors or assigns of the Grantor, and all subsequent owners of the "Property" (as hereinafter defined) and the term "Grantee" shall include any successor or assignee of Grantee. WITNESSETH WHEREAS, the Grantor is the owner of certain lands situated in call i er County, Florida, and more specifically described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein ("Property"); and WHEREAS, the Grantor desires to Freedom Park (aka Gordon River \va ter Qual ity )("Project") at a Collier County, which is subject to the jurisdiction of South Florida Water Management District ("District"); and construct site in regulatory WHEREAS, District Permit No. 11-00820-3 ("Permit") authorizes certain activities which affect surface waters in or of the State of Florida; and ~.!!II'IQSl.'iI!QJ(, Form 1191 (01/2007) Deed of Conservation Easement - Standard Passive Recreationai Page 1 of 9 I\genda It8m ~~o. 1683 October 9, 2007 Paq,e40f18 WHEREAS, this Permit requires that the Grantor preserve, enhance, reS1:ore and/or mitigate wetlands and/or uplands under the District's jurisdiction; and WHEREAS, the Grantor has developed and proposed as part of the Permit conditions a conservation tract and maintenance buffer involving preservation of certain wetland and/or upland systems on the Property; and WHEREAS, the Grantor, in consideration of the consent granted by the Permit, is agreeable to granting and securing to the Grantee a perpetual Conservation Easement defined in Section 704.06, Florida Statutes, over the area described on Exhibit "8" ("Conservation Easement"). NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the issuance of the Permit to construct and operate the permitted activity, and as an inducement to Grantee in issuing the Permit, together with other good and valuable consideration, the adequacy and receipt of which are hereby acknowledged, Grantor hereby grants, creates, and establishes a perpetual Conservation Easement for and in favor of the Grantee upon the property described on Exhibit "8" which shall run with the land and be binding upon the Grantor, and shall remain in full force and effect forever. The scope, nature, and character of this Conservation Easement shall be as follows: 1. Recitals. The recitals hereinabove set forth are true and correct and are hereby incorporated into and made a part of this Conservation Easement. 2. Purpose. It is the purpose of this Conservation Easement to retain land or water areas in their natural, vegetative, hydrologic, scenic, open, agricultural or wooded condition and to retain such areas as suitable habitat for fish, plants or wildlife. Those wetland and/or upland areas included in the Conservation Easement which are to be enhanced or created pursuant to the Permit shall be retained and maintained in the enhanced or created conditions required by the Permit. To carry out this purpose, the following rights are conveyed to Grantee by this easement: a. To enter upon the Property at reasonable times with any necessary equipment or vehicles to enforce the rights herein granted in a manner that will not unreasonably interfere with the use and quiet enjoyment of the Property by Grantor at the time of such entry; and b. To enjoin any activity on or use of the Property that is inconsistent with this Conservation Easement and to enforce the restoration of such areas or features of the Conservation Easement that may be damaged by any inconsistent activity or use. 3. Prohibited Uses. Except for restoration, creation, enhancement, maintenance and monitoring activities, or surface water management improvements, or sf'!!l'rwI-qt;U(. Form 1191 (01/2007) Deed of Conservation Easement. Standard Passive Recreational Page 2 of 9 ,L\qenda i teill No. "1 GS3 . October 9. 2007 .. S h f 'I't' d . t h II b t tpqoe6dof18 II. uc aCllles an Improvemen s s a e cons ruc eO'an maintained utilizing Best Management Practices; iii. Adequate containers for litter disposal shall be situated adjacent to such facilities and improvements and periodic inspections shall be instituted by the maintenance entity, to clean any litter from the area surrounding the facilities and improvements; iv. This Conservation Easement shall not constitute permit authorization for the construction and operation of the passive recreational facilities. Any such work shall be subject to all applicable federal, state, District or local permitting requirements. 5. No Dedication. No right of access by the general public to any portion of the Property is conveyed by this Conservation Easement. 6. Grantee's Liabilitv. Grantee shall not be responsible for any costs or liabilities related to the operation, upkeep or maintenance of the Property. 7. Propertv Taxes. Grantor shall keep the payment of taxes and assessments on the Easement Parcel current and shall not allow any lien on the Easement Parcel superior to this Easement. In the event Grantor fails to extinguish or obtain a subordination of such lien, in addition to any other remedy, the Grantee may, but shall not be obligated to, elect to pay the lien on behalf of the Grantor and Grantor shall reimburse Grantee for the amount paid by Grantee, together with Grantee's reasonable attorney's fees and costs, with interest at the maximum rate allowed by law, no later than thirty days after such payment. In the event Grantor does not so reimburse the Grantee, the debt owed to Grantee shall constitute a lien against the Easement Parcel which shall automatically relate back to the recording date of this Easement. Grantee may foreclose this lien on the Easement Parcel in the manner provided for mortgages on real property. 8. Enforcement. Enforcement of the terms, provisions and restrictions of this Conservation Easement shall be at the reasonable discretion of Grantee, and any forbearance on behalf of Grantee to exercise its rights hereunder in the event of any breach hereof by Grantor, shall not be deemed or construed to be a waiver of Grantee's rights hereunder. 9. Assionment. Grantee will hold this Conservation Easement exclusively for conservation purposes. Grantee will not assign its rights and obligations under this Conservation Easement except to another organization or entity qualified to hold such interests under the applicable state laws. 10. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Conservation Easement or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is found to be invalid, the remainder of the provisions of this Conservation Easement shall not be affected thereby, as long as the purpose of the Conservation Easement is preserved. .....clFJ!)J~'Il~ Form 1191 (01/2007) Deed of Conservation Easement - Standard Passive Recreational Page 4 of 9 i':\~jenda liem l\Jo. '16B3 October 9. 2007 1 T C d't' R t' t' P Th p;;qe 7 of 18 1. erms. on I Ions, es rlC Ions. urpose. e terms, condltibns, restrictions and purpose of this Conservation Easement shall be inserted by Grantor in any subsequent deed or other legal instrument by which Grantor divests itself of any interest in the Conservation Easement. Any future holder of the Grantor's interest in the Property shall be notified in writing by Grantor of this Conservation Easement. 12. Written Notice. All notices, consents, approvals or other communications hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed properly given if sent by United States certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the appropriate party or successo r -in-i nterest. 13. Modifications. This Conservation Easement may be amended, altered, released or revoked only by written agreement between the parties hereto or their heirs, assigns or successors-in-interest, which shall be filed in the public records in Collier Cou~y. -_._._---~--~--- TO HAVE AND TO HOLD unto Grantee forever. The covenants, terms, conditions, restrictions and purposes imposed with this Conservation Easement shall be binding upon Grantor, and shall continue as a servitude running in perpetuity with the Property. Grantor hereby covenants with said Grantee that Grantor is lawfully seized of said Property in fee simple; that the Conservation Easement is free and clear of all encumbrances that are inconsistent with the terms of this Conservation Easement; and all mortgages and liens on the Conservation Easement area, if any, have been subordinated to this Conservation Easement; and that Grantor has good right and lawful authority to convey this Conservation Easement; and that it hereby fully warrants and defends the title to the Conservation Easement hereby conveyed against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, (Grantor) has day of hereunto set its authorized hand this , 20 a Florida corporation By: (Signature) Name: (Print) Title: I\TT[ST: ooO<;K, C.LERK ;')141(;\11 'Eo "," ,~r;I/:Y" i~ -".~ ;:) ~,::)I";';': ',.;!-t;:::' FUllIl 1191 (01/2007) Deed of Conservation Easement. Standard Passive Recreational ~. --'-- County Allo,'c.ey ~Q~ Page 5 of 9 Signed, sealed and delivered in our presence as witnesses: .L\~ymda item l'>Jo. ':68:::; October g, 2007 Page 8 of 18 By: By: (Signature) (Signature) Name: Name: (PrintT"-'-~~--------- ------.--.-..-(-Prlntj"'----------.-..--...- STATE OF FLORIDA ) ss: COUNTY OF On this ~____~. day of 20 before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared _~________~_~_~__ ' the person who subscribed to the foregoing instrument, as the _~_~________________________.________ (title), of (corporation), a Florida corporation, and acknowledged that he/she executed the same on behalf of said corporation and that he/she was duly authorized to do so. He/She is personally known to me or has produced a._______________________.... _ ~___ (state) driver's license as identification. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and official seal. NOTARY PUBLIC, STATE OF FLORIDA (Signature) Name: (Print) My Commission Expires: _~IQSi-'IlSUl. Form 1191 (01/2007) Deed of Conservation Easement - Standard Passive Recreational Page 6 of 9 [DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY] EXHIBIT A Form 1191 (01/2007) Deed of Conservation Easement - Standard Passive Recreational Agenda item j'jo. 1 fj83 October 9, 2007 ?a-g€ 9 of 18 ~~.'lQJ!.. :: ~+z THIS IS NOT A SURVEY (INDEX) f-\genGC:l ern c. '16B3 October. , 2007 Page 1 of 18 m ;nl ( (1 I i ~l( /) i . I ^'~ I \ I I zC '-+ j---- , ....0,1 ~/ V,J e~ I . l~ ~~ ~ I i "~"I'! ,--, I'; 1[' , ~!~~! . i I UJ Cj Cj -J :"'"1 UJ "T" M Cj o-'J [j) ::c L-:J r-J -J +- (J') ~l~6 w;~~ r~~ ~ :t UJ "'" ~ M t'J '"'l CJ 1.'~a'l 01- "'!I:~ mil ~~p~ '!'IB~ ! '8 i!llm/ iH111'1 ~~~i1~ . I; O~X~^INC. Planning V~unli7,arion CON ULTING Civil Enaineaini:" .&. "" '.L JL Surveying & Mappin-LJ: D~l[, CLIENT: 05rlClO1 ,= \".150' 6610 WIiIow ?rl; Drl\<G,Sult.200 Naples,Aorida34IO!l PIlon., (~~9l597-0575 FA>'.; (2~9l597'0578 OIV.wt< 1lY, TITLE: """ CHtCKEOIlT: JJH SEe, TlI'I'1 RGt;, PROJECT 2.7 ..as 25E NI,.I!.IBER: COLLIER COUNTY GORDON RIVER CONSERVATION EASEMENT 06OOW_OO.01 I SHEET . NUl.lBE.R:lNOEX Of I'lLE NUMBER, "" ::;; 1\"+' THIS IS NOT A SURVEY (INDEX) gen a em \Jo. 16B3 October . 2007 Page 1 of 18 , , , I I I'i WI! I 11 ~~~~- Ii ffi!l I I 1 I I I I i [jJ ~ t'j loj -3 A/ en I 1----.-- i I 1- [jJ ~ t'j l":I -3 [jJ 'T' M t<J -3 O'l "' [jJ ~ t<J t<J -3 W l!ii Hf , , i~'r ,,:,1 ,.,;> h!! Wp! ~i!lll'l ~i!'I! , ., U~Tr:: CLIENT; DlX'AINC. "'''''" COLLIER COUNTY Planning SO\LE, Vil-'UalizariOEl 1-"150' CONSULTING Civil~g OIlAWNIlY: TITLE: GORDON RIVER .A.. "" '.L .... Surveying & MuppiD'l "" 6610WlllowPlr!lOliv&,Suha200 C~CKroll'l", CONSERVATION EASEMENT Napln.Fioride3.\09 JJH PnOllll: 12S9) 597-llS75 SEe: TWP, ~C(: PROJECT SHEET I FILE 0002 F~:l239J597.11578 " .., 251:: NUMBER: IlSOO09.00.01 NUMBER:INDEX OF NUMBER: LEGAL DESCRIPTION (CONSERVATION EASEMENT) .~genoa tern 1'4 }. October Page '1683 2007 2 of 18 L~GAL DESCRIPTION CONSERVA liON EASEMENT A Pl,ReEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTION 27. TOWNSHIP (,9 S.. RAt,GE 25 E" CalLIER COlA,;\'. FLORIDA. BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, BEGINNING AT Tf-lE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 11 ~A;:>L[S IM"POVE~~:::J;'T COMPAN"f'S LITTLE 'ARMS ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS REeORED IN P:..AT 800K 2, PAGE 2, PU8L1~ RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, rLORIOA, LYING NORTHERLY OF THE NORm RIGHT~OF-WAY or GOLDEN GATE PARKWAY PER OFfiCIAL RECORD BOOK 205:3, PAGE 1671 AI~D OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 2053, PAGE 1587. THENCE 5,00'25'35"(' ALONG l"l1E WEST LINE OF ES"7\IARY AT GREY OAKS, L TO" OR. BOOK 2631. PAGE 1404, FOR 333.28 FEST; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID WEST LINE Of ESTUARY ,1..1 GREY OAKS, LTC, 5.0"14'57"[. FOR 214.12 FEET; THENCE LEAVlNC SAID weST UNE OF ESTUARY AT GREY OAKS, LTD 5.20'04-'54"1'.', FOR 2216 FEET: THENCE S,6g'()7'S'"W_ FOR 89,80 f'"EET; THEIJCE 5.5:021'm.l"'<\' FOR 101.4-0 F[ET; THENCE S,580S6'OS"W. FOR 117.57 FEET: THENCE S.7T41'5Z"W. FOR 25,3S FEn: THENCE S.28'31'oa"W, FOR 1L.',2 ,tET 10 fHE INTERSECTION WT'I THE NQRTH R'GHT-OF-WAY OF GOLDE/< GI'.TE f'ARKWAY PER O.R. BOOK 2053 PAGE 1671 AND O.R, BOOK 20SJ PAGE 1687: THEtlCE ALONG SAID RIGHT-Or-WAY LINE S.eg039'~~"W. FOR 67,59 FEET; THENCE CONTINUING ON SAID RIGHT-Qc-WAY LINE 589'36'46"1'.', FOR 235.01 '[ET; THEllCE lEAVING SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE N.OOoOO'OO"[, FOR 71,29 FEET: THENCE NA6'09'~J"E FClR 25.55 FEET; THENCE N.7TOS'12"W FOR 48.1l0 FEn: THENCE N.40"4'JJ"E FOR 5J.96 FEET: THENCE N.25'05'51"E FOR 32.78 fEET; mENCE N.77"49'~9"E. i'OR 17.68 F;::[T; TH::NC[ N.J8"]!l'J7"E. FOR \8,73 FEEl: mENtE N,61"',8'47"[ fOR 20.4BF[E"!; TCiEl'C[ N "'5'09'12"[ ,OR 31 93 ~E[T. THENCE r,J,1 S055'11'"W. FOR 24.00r[;::T: TH(W:E t;,12'3J'1,,"W FOR 36,97 rE;::T: ,HEW:E N.11OZZ"7"W f"OR 18.77 !'EEI ;HE ~JCE N. 2 ~ '29'28 '"VI COR 2~55 f":::n; THENCE 11.63'2"'17'"W FOR 2C,30 rCT: THEIJCE N.74'Oo'14"W, COR 23.15i'"[[,: THWGE N.Mo01'DEl"'\\'. FeR 35.25 "'EEl: THENCE 5,8T04'51"W. FOR 7.c.5f[ET; THENCE S05'47',5"[. CO. 13.04 'EE"; THENCE S.OJ'2S'311"W fOR 26.29 FEET; THENCES,1J'O!i'j6"'W coe 36.17 FEn; THENCE 5.04'0706O'E. COR 1,2.51 FEET; THENCE SAll'4If56"V/ FOR 2e.li2 rEET: THENCE S.01"Z8'Ol"W. !'OR 19,22r[ET: TKENCE 5,07"51'49"'11' COR 20.59 rEET; THENCE S.03'D1"28"W. rOR J5.04FEET; THENCE S.J"oJ8'Z5"W FOR 3J,75!'"EET; THENCE 5,04047'34'1'.'. COR 13,79 FEET: THENCE S.22'40'54"\\'. FOR 77.55 rEET: THENCE N.J7'24'2Z'W. FOR 75.20 FEET; THENCE N.1S'2,'2,"W. COR 35.51 FEET; mDlCE N.0~'37"06"W. FOR :l5,70rEET; THENCE N.1S'24'44"W. FOR 1f:.59 FEET: TI1ENC[ N,3B"S8'35"W FOR 45.661[[T; THENCEN.50'46'5S"[ fOR 42.41 FEn: THElleE N.27'41f22"E. FOR 8.03 FEET: THENCE N.24'lB'26"W COR 4Q.20rEn: THENCE N.JI'21'5S'"W. FOR 30.45 FEET: THENCE N.34'55'12"W. FOR 4--'\,07 FEET; THEtlCE N.17"27'28"W. FOR 34.0J FEET; THENCE N.2JoZS'1g"W. COR 63.52F[[T; THE1JCE 5.86020'07"'::, FOR 73.44rEE1; THENCE N.7S"49'S7"E. FOR 40.08O"'(ET; THEI~CE 5.66"18059"(, FOR 22.90FEE1: THENCE N.77'46'OO"E. FOR 24-.2JFEET: THENCE N.BS'47'17"L FDR 21.12 FEET: THENCE N,7S'32'4.\"E. FOR ~ 3.4:'; r[ET: THENCE N.2S'22'27"E FOR 6..30FEO: THENCE N.20'J9'2S"[ fOR 21,47 FEET; THENCE .'--1"60'.)9'47"[. FOR 1 2,O~ FEET; TciENCE NA.J'4\'Zl"W. FOR ',01,83 FEET: THENCE N.6a'S3'11"W FOR 12,90F[[-: THENCE N.67'14'4'"W, COR 25.55F(ET; Tf-IENCE S.6T22'OB'W, COR 9.10rEET; THENCE N.79'56'21"\V, FOR 30,29 fEET: THENC[ 1'1.8S'2.2'30"W. fOR 16092 FEET; TI-lENCE S.B3'JS"S8"W, FOR JO.9a FEET; TKE]~CE S,6J'J9'10"W. FOR 44.56rEET: THENCE S.73"J4'51"W, FOR 48.65rC[1; THENCE N.49'OS'lS"W. FOR 44.18F1:ET; ').0,1[: CLlEhiT: O\XTA'NC 0~16107 COLLIER COUNTY Planning ~"'H Vj~1In1j7.lll.ion 1""60' CONSUL TING Civil En~ineerinl: nR~"" BY TITLE: GORDON RIVER ..L .... l , ..L ..L Surveying & Mappins: M" 66 ~o Willow Park Orivu, S~lle 200 ~HECKW En' CONSERVATION EASEMENT Napll~, Rorlda 34\09 "" i PhDol'(239) 597-0575 SEC, ~ RCE. PROJECT I SHEET \ FILE 0002 FAX:1239J597.C5Tll " '" '" NUM8ER 050009.00.01 t"JUM13ER: , DC , NUMBeR' I LEGAL DESCRIPTION (CONSERVATION EASEMENT) Agenda item N 1653 October 9. 2007 Page 3 of 18 iHENCE N,;J5\32'Z1"W. FOR 6,:23 FEET: THENCE N,71'2.S'28"W. FOR 16.56 FEET: THENCE S.4S'21'54"W. FOR 17.68 FEET; 'lP-lENC( N.68'01'49"W. FOR .30.45 FEET; THENCE N,77'02'59"W. FOR 26.21 FEET: THENCE N.4Z'08'41"W, FOR 34.16 FEn: THEI~CE N.5J'22'4J"W FOR 17.54 FEET; THENCE N,72'\9'01"W, rOR 35,00 FEET: TI-lENCE N.66'Z4'44"W, fOR 58.17 FEET; THENCE N.4510'+4"W. FOR 35.2.9 FEET: THENCE N.27'J5'58"W. fOR 38.51 FEET: THENCE N.01'06'00"[ FOR 46,34 FEET; THENCE N,5Z'Jl'16"E. FOR 67,56 FEn: THENCE N.7S'12'02"E. FOR 58,07 "EET: THENCE N.89'46'J9"t. FOR 17.43 FEET: THENCE S.5S'4n1"E:, FOR 59.23 FEEl; THENCE 5.24'53'15"E. FOR 46.54 FEET; THENCE S.J7'Z6'S2"W. FOR 3.13 FEET; THENCE 5.84'46'10"[ FOR 13.86 FEET: THENCE 5,89"4'3'''[. FOR 10.59 !'TET: THENC( N,ll'52'J7"!:. FOR 22,59 FEET: THENCE 5.74'22'19"(. FOR 26,67 FEET; THENCE $.69'17'11"(. FOR 22.65 FEET; THENCE 5,34'05'46"E. FOR 56,49 fEET: lHENCE S,Z2'34'QO"'E. tOR 21.16 FEET; THENCE 5,80'40'55"[, FOR 7,85 FEET: THENCE 5.86'59'58"[. FOR 38.90 FEET; THENCE 5.82'4"31'"E. FOR 29.73 FEET: THENCE S.79'Z9'34""E- FOR 14.00 rEET; THENCE N.64'.38'51"E, FOR 9.09 FEET; lriENCE 5,63"29'01"(, FOR 22.05 FEET; 'lHEI~CE N.86'J4'7:0"E, FOR 32.30 FEET; n-lDolC[ 5.40"59'19"[. 'OR 4.65 FEET: l"HENCEN.2S,7'54"[ FOR 25.29 FtET; 'lHENCE N.39'J1'06"E. FOR 52.63 FED: THENCE N.Z7'54'44"E. FOR 60.26 FEET; THENCE N.44019'OZ"L FOR 30.46 FEET; THENCl: 1~.15005'39"W. FOR 26.54 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF WILDERNESS C,C. UNITS 1-11 O.R. THHICE ALONG SAID SOUTH UNE N.8g'46'39"E. FOR 591.43 FEET;TO THE POINT OF BEGlNNING Of THE PARCEL Of.SCRIBED HEREIN, BOOK 901 PAGE 1476: CONTAINiNG 545.919 SQUARE fEET OR 12,5 ACRES, MORE OR I.ESS. SUBJECT TO [ASE"ENTS AND RESTRICTIONS Of RECORD. BEARINGS ARE BASED ON NAD 83 (19S9) STI..T( PLANE ADJUSTMENT rOR THE FLORIDA EAST ZONE:. NOT VAUD WITHOUT SIGNATURE AND RAISED SEAL OF A PROFESSIONAL SURVEYOR AND MAPPER. 7 om 0"1., CLIENT: DlXT A"'C 05/16/07 COLLIER COUNTY Planuing scot.r: Vwunlli.ation 1"00' CONSULTING Civil En&inccriof llFlAWfl9Y; TITLE; GORDON RIVER ..&. "-, '.J.. .&. Swveying & Mappinu- W., 661oWI~ow ~'r1<O'N., S"U.200 CKECKrDllY: CONSERVATION EASEMENT Nlpl.', F1o<ld13~10g "'" PP~~~\~i~i)5~:~%5 SEC: lWP: ReE: PROJECT SHEET nlE 0002 " '" '" NUMBER: 050009.00.01 1.'jMBER: 0' NUMBER: WILDERNESS C.C UNITS 1-11 O.R. BOOK 901 PAGE 1476 THIS IS NOT A SURVEY l-\'~en08 118ill I\ln, 1683 October . 2007 Page 1 of 18 N W+E ~~ ...-...................... POINT OF BEGINNING NE CORNER. LOT 11 OF NAPLES IMPROVEMENT COM P ANY'S LITTLE FARMS, PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE 2, COLLIER ' COUNTY, FLORIDA s Ie I 2 ..... r.n CONS!~RVATION EASEMENT k' r::.:l U) "" z, :J ~ <: ;:2 ESTUARY AT GREY OAKS, TRACT "A", LTD., O.R. BOOK 2631, PAGE 1404 Ut,PLATTED o MATCH LINE SEE SHEET 6 "I ~.~ I I COLliER cow.ny Q.R. BOOK 2053, PAGE 1671 PORTION OF LOT 97 D~XT.^"'C' Planning Visualizatioll CONSULTING Civil Bn2"ine.criolJ; ..L '"" ,.I... .... Surveying & Mappin~ VAlt. 05116107 CUENT: DR~"''' ~y TITLE: COLLIER COUNTY GORDON RIVER CONSERVATION EASEMENT sc>.:.(' 1".&0' MAS 66\0 Wlllow Pari< Dllve. Su~, 200 Naplss, F~",ldg 3~ lD9 Phane: (23gj 597.0575 FA~,;(239J 597-0576 CHECK[OBY: "" SEe, lWl" 27 ~9S RCE: PROJECT 251: NUMBER; 05OOQ9.oo-01 SHEET FIL..E: NUMBER; 3 OF 1 NUMBER, 0002 '''" .. / ,. ,. cO E-- W W ~ >oW en r_~ ~ ~ r.r: W z :l 3 u < 2: ;; "I o f D\X~^INC. Phmning Visunlization CONSULTING Civil En!,.rinccrin,l: ..... '-, ,~ JL. Surveying & Mlppin: ~610WlllewPaIkDrl~G,SuUe 200 N"l)Iel;,Aorida3<l10ll Phcnu:(239j597-QS75 FJ..X;IZl9)S!i7'OS76 THIS IS NOT A SURVEY Agenda Item N October Page 1 . 16B3 ,2007 of 18 WILDERNESS C.C UNITS 1-11 OR BOOK 901 PAGE 1476 N W+E S CONSERVATION EASEMENT '" E--' W 2:: if} w [xl en w z :l "rl ~ U E-- <C ;:;: "I r MATCH LINE SEE SHEET 6 DAlE: CLIENT: 05116107 COLLIER COUNTY GORDON RIVER CONSERVATION EASEMENT S~'JL: 1".SO' OIUW"lBY ~, C"lECK(OSl TITLE: "" SEe, TVlP; 27495 ~Cc, PROJECT 25E I,UMBER: 0002 FILE NUMBER: SHEET NUMBER: 4 or 7 OSOflll9,QO.01 THIS IS NOT A SURVEY Aoenda 119m j 0 16B3 - October, 2007 Page 1 . of 18 WILDERNESS C,C UNITS 1-11 O.R. BOOK 901 PAGE 1476 ~ " ~ ....., ,,,0 ;; CONSERVATION EASEMENT \ \ic \, ~'i ~ '" ~ !~" ~~? .....,~v !, ., ",f , ~" "" " ~ N l'1 '" W+E CONSERVATION ::c EASEMENT [f] '" ".l Cj] S '" z ::i ::c u E- < ~ ,"", \ ~ 0;. MA TCH LINE SEE SHEET 6 .......M_____________ lMn, CLIENT: D\lTArnC. OS/16J07 COLLIER COUNTY Pllillning ;~ Visunli7.ation 1.~eo' CONSULTING Civil En~incerin~ [lRAWN 11'I" TITLE: GORDON RIVER .... "" '.L ..... SllIVCYlng & MappiOi "~ 6510WiUowPBl1(O,lvB,SuIlB20Q r.I'lEClIWIJY' CONSERVATION EASEMENT Naplls,FlorlOti341Q9 "" Ph~:123~~597-0575 SEe: T,yf>, R~E: PROJECT SHEET FILE FAX: (2391 597,0578 '" 25E NUMBER: 0500011.00.01 NUMBER: , 0' , NUMBER' 0002 " , THIS IS NOT A SURVEY Agenda Item N . 1683 October ,2007 Page 1 of 18 MATCH LINE SEE SHEET 5 ::; W+l m I I I ......(lJ....OJ""OO::Oz ~O~O~IlG50 -..;l0.... 0::0 G)J:::O ^):o^:::SO-l-l I'.JZN~r-6:r: DO~~O'11 ~Ow~ ~~ -o;o-oPG))> ~. ~?J~-< m m (riC: Z m ., '1 :s:: ". >-J (') ::r: C L: t'J UJ t'J t'J CONSERVATION EASEMENT en ::r: t'J M >-J "" '\ MATCH LINE SEE SHEET 3 '1)-000 0)>' 0 :;OG1tor- :jmm!:: o"""om z~o;:o 0...."0 " NO r OC o ~z -i . ::< !::J DO.~ CLIENT: DlX'A !Ne. 05l1elO1 COLLIER COUNTY Planning scs.u:, . Visunli1.ation 1....60. CONSULTING Civil Enuinccrini Dfl,\WNII'T: TITLE: GORDON RIVER ..L '" f f'" .... Surveying & Ntappil1.l: MAS 8610 Wliow Palll Driv&, SU~a 200 ~.HfeKEO l1f: CONSERVATION EASEMENT NRpl..,Flr:>rid.~4\09 "'" Phooe:(239] 597.0575 SEC, TVlP, R~lC PROJECT SHEET FilE FAX:(2~9159H518 en <Os 25E NUMBER, 050009.00.01 NUt.'.8ER: , OF , NUMBER: "'" - I L.l1~E BEARII~G LEI~GTH L55 1>186'47''17''[ 21.12 :...56 N78'32'Lt."E 13.1.3 L57 1>125'22'27"[ 8.30 L58 11/20'39'25"E 21.<'.7 i L59 N60'.39'47"E ',2,04 ~60 N43"41'2":"W 19,83 I LEi N68'S3'j1"W 12.90 L62 N67'14'41"W 26.55 L63 So7'22'OB",^, 9,10 L64 /1179'56'21"W 30.29 LEiS 1-13S'22'30"W 18.92 1 L66 I 553"3'9'58"W 30,9E':..._ ,.67 I S53'J9'lO"I,V Q.56 i L68 S73'3.:i'Si"W 4B.Ei5 j i L69 N49'05'18"W 44:18 I LINE 1ABLE -, I L1N[ BEARII\JG i LEr'JGTH I :.i 500'25' .35"[ ::,33.28 l L2 Sm'14'S7"E I 2;4.12 , -1 , U S20'04'54"W I 22_16 I I L4 I S59'07'5~"w 89.80 I L5 552'21'09"W ',0,.40 , L6 S5S'S6'05"W ~ 17.57 I L7 57T41'52"W 25.39 I -.- L8 S2S'.3"OS"W )1,42 ~ ~89'39'35"W 57,59 I LlO S89'35' 46"W I 22,5.01 I I L11 NDO'OO'DO"[ I 71.29 ~ I "2 !-=lli='. -~~ L1S i 1'6 I -' , L17 11\)46"09'4]"[ i 25.55 I !~77"05'12"W i 45.80_~ I ~J4a'14'.3J"E 5.}'36 I I 1\25-':05'51"[ __}2.78 1<77'4g'dg"E -2.I~ l'US'38'37"tJ 1 S. i'3 I HG1'1f','47"E 1 20.'~5 ! ~~25 'O'?"12"E. .:il.93 : N1S!'se,'11"',"i :~2~'I' ! l..Jl:;:'::::'J'15~W i 35.97 -, J 1!~l'22'~7"W H~,77 : h:2",'2~'2,g"W; ::?',,5~ ! 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Visuafu.ation 1'-60' CONSULTING Civil Eneinccrine: D~AWN 111". TITLE: GORDON RIVER ..&. "-, , .L ..... Surveying & Mappin~ "" e610WllowP.,kD*,,&,Sutle~QO C~CC~(~ [fT" CONSERVATION EASEMENT lJaples, Florida 34109 JJ'1 pno"e: (239) 597-0571i '" l'WP. poco PROJECT jS'1[[T I ~ILE 0002 FAX: (2~9) 597_057B " '" 25E NUMBER' 050009,00.01 NUMBER; , 0' , NUMBER: Agenda Item No. 1684 October 9, 2007 Pagel of 39 .- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Approve the purchase of 2.5 acres of improved property which is required for road right- of-way for the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Project. Project No. 60168 (fiscal impact: $430,000) OBJECTIVE: Obtain the Board of County Commissioners approval to purchase improved property, a part of which is required for the Vanderbi]t Beach Road Extension Project. CONSIDERATIONS: On June 6, 2006, the Board of County Commissioners approved Reso]ution No. 2006-]42 authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of property required for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements to Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension (Project No. 60168) between Collier Bou]evard and Wilson Boulevard (Phase I). The subject property. however, is located cast of Wilson Boulevard and is pali of Phase 2 which extends from Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Boulevard; but it is one of the original 19 homes in the path of the roadway for which purchase negotiations were authorized by the Board. In fact, it is the ninth such property offered up for purchase by the County, for which an agreement on the purchase price has been reached. - The subject property is a ] ,954 square foot (under air), single-family residence sitting on 2.5 acres. It is described as the South 165 Feet of Tract 5, Golden Gate Estates, Unit No. 74, and is located on Everglades Boulevard directly in the path of Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension. The property was purchased by its current owner in November 2006 for $501,000 with 100% financing from a conventional lender. Since that time, the owner has had difficulty making the mortgage payments and the lender has threatened foreclosure action. An independent real estate appraiser working for the County valued the property at $400,000. The real estate appraiser working for the mOligage lender had originally valued the property at $525,000 for the purpose of extending financing to the buyer. Through negotiations with the owner's attorney, the lender has agreed to accept $420,000 to write off the loan, and the owner has agreed to these terms. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds in the amount of $430,000.00 are available in gas taxes, impact fees and impact fee reserves. (Total Amount includes the $420,000.00 purchase price and $10,000.00 for attorney fees and costs). Source of funds are Gas Taxes and Impact Fees. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: The recommendation is consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan. _. ,f\qenda item No. 1684 . October 9, 2007 Pa~Je 2 of 39 RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County: 1. Approve the attached Purchase Agreement; 2. AuthOlize its Chairman to execute same on behalf of the Board; 3. Authorize the payment of all costs and expenses necessary to close the transaction; 4. Accept the conveyance of the property via Warranty Deed and authorize the County Manager or his designee to record same in the public records of Collier County, Florida; and 5. Approve any and all budget amendments required. Prepared by: Kevin Hendricks, Right-of~Way Acquisition Manager, Transportation Engineering & Construction Management Departn1cnt Attachments: Purchase Agreement Acrial Photo-based Location Map Item Number: 11emSummary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY BOARD Oic COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,Sl~4 \rv'nve l'w (:.:LP..!' !~':' r.;~ 5 2UW: ~f Ir~pn"iPC :Jroperty whicr, 'c:q"ire:1 lor "(Jad rlghl.,,! 'v ,1 \' : '," lhp \ ;1I':<'.,I'(J'I\ B Gf:lct., I.' .C'J,.(f ~;: /1 en~ ',or, 1" r1.J1Cct urO''lct "1(; -';(1;!;(I (F: ,~" ,"j: : rl ;,:oct ',"":iC':iJO) (10;.\1\,: D~te Prepared By Ke'J,nHendricl\S Tnlnspo'taliol1Sorvices Right Of Wily AUIUlsil,on Milnage, l'ECM-ROW \1126!2ll072:4&:27 PM [late ApprovedB}' NajellMlmDd T,.~nsr,orW\;(!n :;c' \,,~"'S r:.)ir"~'I('r T""n~portdtio"Englm",,-in9S. ',';,7120C17 B:OG t,M CC-'15!"JCti<!l1 Ma"'H)",,,,,,,n: ""-'nI:" ",i," t.I:::1' 'J~te AppruVl'd By rr"ln~p'x;"I'()r, "c'Uiee, 1-"""'l';)',;tii0:1:I"t1',wni-\timinist'''l'll ""ill~ptlrt"ti"nSLT-i'("sAdiY\ln 012.7/2[\078; 'L t'.M Approvtd R~' f'.cvwH':!llu.id',-,> lrcm~;'O!inti(l"SVVV'5 f~i;II'( C).: VJ,'y i vjui,.,h'Jr, Ma",,,!,_-, ='ate n::c;~J1 'U:)Vlj "i27!?[)0711:19f,M "..:.,)",',1' '(j '" "')',,-",~,.,, ~);>t<:. AIIPl"ov~t1 By r-'--,nc'" r'J~wn,,(J . "~.)~,P('!":i<\iol1 :;~rv"o, . ""n~"Q :.i<1.cw " <n'I~"~ I'..-,'rnn -'12,no,F ":(),_, "M ;,."",,'/1'_,,- :.l,)tc \p[lrllvttl By rnnccllor:atbn :~ervic~'" h"ilrL:l[J''''lUlii;:')ucig''\, ;d\'st inn"p-JriJii"",::"'lmi,..ist,ation i/ZiWJOT 2:30 pr~ Approvetl B~' h;~ Lehn'la,d TrBnsport~j;Ol-. Su,vrc',s r::X"'~I"!V'C "enet.,ry "JJt.., T;;JFl"-por.MlOn:,urvic,,st,dmiFl S::1!2D072:54PM D"le Appro\'~d By 0,'_,18 Coordinator !:-,timimstrJjivcS~'r\iin,s I','>,iic<ltionsf"-"iiyst intormationTuclmoloiW 9:2:8i2{)07 e:40 t,M Date Approve-tlBy SU,",31'l Ush"". (,nun!:; M\ln3gf.'r'., Offi"" :;;e"ior Marwgeil'lenllDurJy(1t Analy,;t Office of MamJ9omon1 ?, budget )(JIl,';:'J07 Hl:SC/IM Date ApP,'oved R)' Mlch,,,,1 Srnykowski Count)' M.anagc...s Offir.e k\ana;wmentl> BudWot Director Offico of Manag"menl & [iudge: 101212007 '1:01 PM ~)"to Approved By JamesV. Mudd BOMQof COUfltl' Commi\;Si""",s (;o\>nt\' ~,\~n~ger Count,' M~n~g"'s OtL<:~ 101212007 2::21 PM Hie:! !C:\AgcndaTcst\Export\90-0ClObcr~~,209 ,%202007\ 16. %20CONSENT%20AGENDA \.. ] 0/312007 _L\g8I"1(jCJ iiein I~o. -1684 ()c;tober 9, 2007 Page ~1 of 39 AERIAL PHOTO-BASED LOCATION MAP PARCEL 1510 (MORALES-GALVES) "lflit~' '~. ~.., . f,.:~~"';',iJQ;;,,-, """ ''',';'; "", __,""';', 'Ui ;;'''''_'Ii'2''_,,'',:.. "'''~' ;P'~', " " ..,--' I2"Hi A~'r. ~It. "A;<,::, ,_c, '. ,-, ,-~,-" . , ~~\!1I1t07IP.','I'#f\ "~B4 Cl Il~ II O. 10 October 9. 2007 5 of 39 APPRAISAL OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT: 1110 Everglades Blvd N. Golden Gate Estates Unit 74 S 165ft of Tract 5 Naples, FL 34120 FOR: Client: Collier County Transportation Div. 2885 S. Horseshoe Drive, Naples, Fl 34104 AS OF: May 22, 2007 BY: HARRY HENDERSON, SRA Collier County GOY. TE/eM Goodkind & Swift, Inc form GA2 - "TOTAL 10f Windows. appraisal software by a la mode, inc. -1-800-ALAMOoE Gaad~ind & Swift, Inc !flENOil:~'0~Pl~~~~O. .i6B4 October 9. 2007 FlleH TE/CM 05"07 Paoe 6 of :-:;9 opinion of the market value ot th:l subject property Slate FL Zineode 34120 County Collier Exterior-Onlv Inspection Residential Appraisal Report The purpose of this summary appraisal report is to provide the lender/client wtth an accurate, and adeauately supported, Prooertv Address 1110 Everalades Blvd, N GiN Nanles Borrower Morales-Galves Owner of Public Record Morales Galves LeoalDescriotion Golden Gate Estat~s.Unit 74 S 165ft of Tr<lc.t.~_~_ Assessor's Parcel # 40520320107 TaxYear 2006 Neiohborllood Name Golden Gale Estates Map Relerence S32-T48.R28 Occuoam rx Owner 0 Tenam r : Vacalii- -----------special AssessmentsS--None Known l't PUD .. ProoertvRlOhtsAooraised ['SJFeeSimle nLeasehold [' Other (describel Assionment Tvpe C Purchase Transaction Relinance Transaction [XJ Other (describe) Establish fair market value for nenotialed '-'urchase Lender/Client Client: Collier Countv Transnortation Div Address 2885 S_ Horseshoe Drive, Naoles FL 34104 Is the subject property currentlv oflered for sale or nas it been ofler edforsaleintnetwelvemonthspriortoth€etlectivedateofthisappraisal? Report data sourcels1 used, offerinn mice(s', and datels Public Records Sunshine ~!c.~_._ R.E TaxesS 4.773,18 ~_.__C~~~,~~~t.}.l?:9L--,--,-----_ HOAS N/A i i per year [--I per month --- L-_IYes UNo I [J did LJ did not analyze Ihe contract for sale for the subiec1 purchase transactIOn, Explain Ihe results of the analysis of the contract for sale or Why the analysis was not ~,_ N/A,nocontracl._ _ ._____..~___~.n__"'____ contractPriCeS NIA Date 01 Contract N/A Is the property sener Iheowner01Dublic record? [JYes: No Oata"Sourc"e.(s\------ -_.~--- Is there any financial assistance iloan charpes. sale concessions. gift oc downpaymentassistance,etc,l to be paid by any party on behalf of the borrower? i-i Yes 1_; No . II Yes, reportfhe total dollar amount and describe the items to be paid N/A Note: Race and the racial composition of the neighborhood are nol appraisal faclors, Neighborhood Characteristics One-Unit Housintl Trends One-Unit Housintl Present Land Use % Localion ClJrban :S:ISuburban nRural Property Values ["llncreasinQ r'Stable ;:;?10eclinin PRICE AGE One-Unit 65% ... Bul"-lJp 1_ -; Over 75% g! 25-75% 11 Under 25% DemandiSupply ["J Shortage l2J In Balance C-: Over Supply $ (000) Jyrs) 2-4 Unit _ ._~ . Growth ['<J Rapid I Stable [-! Slow Marketino Time r--_I Under 3 mlhs ~ ~-6 mths r---I Over 6 mths _ pO I ow New M~M~mlly % . Neighborllood Boundaries Oil WeU_!3!?~gJQJ.b~orth, Desoto Bo~I_l'!.Yi!.ri1.!2lb~E.'~sl"E_5 to t~ South and ~fii_g.!1.~_ 35 l~9_mmercial ._ ___~ ~ Wilson Boulevard to the West. ____. 375 Pred 10 LOlher ___~ 35 % Neighborhood Description_ I~~~~l-!Qject is iocated in the north-!:J.a~1_p~Il_Cl.f.Q9.EI,lJ9Jl'!_9__gollier County in the Gold_p:,!lS;_~Y::J~~t~~~?rea, Golder. ~_(l\!;,_ ~i?_a":",sp~?~~re'Ptatted SUbdivision ~~~l'!_d.~9gvt'!r_J_00:000 acres: it cnnslsts of acre~~bo.~_(J.~ij'?,~~14 tll 5 acres) manv of ___ which remain undeveloped. ES.~~~!J.!!?I services {shopPIn...~o.k~.I.~'!l~~e_~J iol,r~_Y"':I!~30 minute drive Inlo ,~re"a~..r::i'!~E!(J.3_l9.1~~_~.:>J,___,_.._ ____ Market ConditIOns Imcl~dl~Q..gJPP2rt lor Ihe above conciUSIOnS)~Cl_!l'!S. c_?_nS;!?_~~!.C?Il~_Cl~__r:ot prevalent In the market _aJ..lh~..j~~e.-,,~fter an extel1ded-~~rrod of steadv price increases from 2001_to._I<'l\~_~005 the Ni'wles market became "overbol!9.bL.Elat pricmq 10 modest price declines have 9ccur~~~ 2006-2007 as the market attempts to b8lance, This trend IS likelv to continue into 2008 Dimensions 165 x 660 Area 2.50 acres Shape Redannular View Natural Specific Zonin Classificalion E, Estates . . . .. . _ 701lill~1 Description Sinqle Family - Zoning Compliance l?1 Legal 1 Legal Noncontorming (Grandtathered Use\ rJoZoning'- lIIegalldescribe) Is the highesf and best use of s~b!ect Pfgpgrty as improved (or as proposed per pians and specif~::;ations) the present lIse~ [.~ Yes No If No, describe Utilities Public OIher(describel Public Qlher(describe) Off-sltelmprovements-Type Electricity [S' -c -~-------- __ n_~}!~:...______ [J -~-r:s; w;il.'- _~.ie.!. As"hatt -- --. "GaSu.-- r ... ii Sani~ryj~~_ L.:' L;;~ Septic ~I~ NIA "ftMAsDecial Flood Hazard Area 1- Yes li~ No FEMAFloodZone 0 FEMAMan# 12021C0250G Are tile utilities and off-site im~rovements typical lor Ihe market area~ ~ Yes I:' No It No, describe Are there any adverse site conditians or external factors (ease~ents,enCfoachments, environmental conditions. land usesetc_)~ The sub'ecl site mav be subecl to normal easements. oil, cas and mineral riahts of record Althouoh no surve aooarenl adverse encroachments observed Public Private l n n FEMAMap Date 11i17/05 Yes'.-',X:'\ No---11Yes describe was nrovided, there were no SOUfCe(s\ Used for Ph 'sica: CharaCTeristics ot Propertv l Appraisal_~il~s ___ [2J MLS rx:J Assessment a1d Tax Records ~Of Inspection Z Property Owner DOtller(describe) Data Source for Gross Living Area Public Records General Description General Description Heating/Cooling Amenities Units ~I One '----- One witl1 Accessory Unit X'I Concrete Slab Crawl Space FW~_LLHWBB Fireplacelsl # 1 # 01 Slories 1 [l F~II Basemenl 0 Finished C Radlarrt 0 Woodstove(s) # ~~~DeI.T ! At! S-Det./End Unit Partial Basement 'rl Finished - ["i Other ~-- il PatiolDec~ ~ ExistinQ I' Proposed r---' Under Const Exterior Walls CBS Fuel Electric Porch Front Design (Style) Ranch Roai Surtace Asnhalt Shnnl 4 Central Air Conditioning Pool ._ Year Built 2003 Gutters & OownspoutsAluminum " Individual Fence Effective Age (Yrsl3 Window Type Mixed ~l Dlher Ottler Lanai Appliances kS Refrigerator :sJ Range/Oven i>.\ Dishwashef 8 Disposal [2;:' Microwave ,E." Washer/Dryer Other (describe) Finishec area above grade corrtains' 7 Rooms 3 Bedrooms 3 Bath s) 1 ,954 So~ar8 Feet at Gross Livina Area Above Grade Additionalleatures 'soecialenerov ellicient items, etc.) None known Car Storage iNane [6J Drivewav #01 Cars open Drivewav Suriace nravel Garane # of Cars 2 'Carport # of Cars I?:iAttached ~Delached In' B~itt-in . Describe Ihe condition of the nronertv and data so~rce(s\ includinn annarent needed renairs, deterioralion, renovations, remodelinG, etc he sub'ect imDrovements have been ade uatel maintained and are judned to be in Avn+ condition. NOJt:! thatlandscane/site imnrovements are minimal and are considered accordinalv Are there any apparent physical deficiencies or adverse condition s thaI ai/ectthe livability, If Yes, describe. NfA so~ndness, or structural integrrt}' 01 the property? OYesl8JNo Does the propel1vpenerallv conlorm to Ihe neiohbomood 0UrJCtionalutility, stvle,condition.use,constr~clion, etc. ~ No functional inadequacies were noted l-iYes ~No II No, describe Freddie Mac Form 2055 March 2005 Page 1016 Fannie Mae Form 2055 March 2005 Form 2055 - "TOTAL lor Windows" appraisa; software by a la mode, inc_ ~ l-BOO-ALAMODE Extenor-Only Inspection Residential Appraisal Report AI.# TEICM 05-07 1 comparable properties currentlv oNered for sale illlhe subect neiahborhood rangina in mice from $ 449,900 to $ 449,900 3 Gomnarable sales in the subject neiol1borhood within the past twelve months ranalno in sale price from $ 375,000 to $ 450,000 FEATURE SUBJECT I COMPARABLE SALE # 1 I COMPARABLE SALE # 2 COMPARABLE SALE # 3 Address 1110 Everglades Blvd. N :2960 18th Avenue SE 2720 24th Avenue SE 1075 Everglades Blvd. N Naoles, FL 34120 !Naoles, Fl 34117 Naples, FL 34117 Naples, Fl 34120 Proximitvto Subiect 13.82 miles 4.58 miles '0.14 miles Sale Price S N/A! $ 447.0001$ 374.000' 1$ Sa!ePrice/Gmss Liv, Area S saJt.i$ 223.50 SO.!!. $ 206.40 sq,ft.1 i$ 229.35 sa,ft.! Data Sourcels! MLS#206017Q03 MLS#206025995 i MLS#206039569 Verificalion Source{s) Public Records Public Records Public Records VALUE ADJUSTMENTS I DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION +(.)$AdlU~~_DESCRIPTlON",__ _"!:J:L~Adjustment DESCRIPTION Sales or Fiflancing 1 Cony, MortQaQe Cony, MortQaQe Cony, MortQaQe Concessions i Indicated__ Ilndicated . . Indicated ._ _ Date of SaleJTime 7106 -22 350 12/06 -11 220 1107 Location !GGE-thru st GGE-side st -7,500 GGE-side s( -7,500 GGE-thru st Leasehold/Fee Simpl!!. iFee Sin::!~_. F~'!...Simple ____ ._ Fee Simnle .--------+f..~e_Simnle Site 12_50 acres 2_50 acres 2.27 +5,00011.14 acres View INatural Similar Similar Similar Deskm (SMe) 1r.IRanCh Ranch Ranch__ Ranch Quality 01 Construction ~ -~Avq J.~~-- -.~~-'-=~- Avn Actual Age 14 (Effec 3) :2 iEffee 1) -'--"4:00014IEffec 3) - -. New, ___j---__ -8,000 Condition Avq+ Superior In Aqe Ad'. Similar Superior In Aoe Adi, Above Grade JoLJl IBdrms,I Baths: Total Bdrms Baths Tatai ISdrms_1 Baths i T.,ota~l~_~?-I Baths RoomCourrt I 7 I 3 I 3 LLL_-,~:-d--2-;:-____!fiOOOi 7 I 3 I 2 -1-6,0001 -6~0~_--d_2 "__~ Gross Living Area .._. "_ ~_l,S!?_4._~QJL1-___~1JQQ~CL~' _______t.j~~il!?!i_-_ .._Lf:lJ.?.~g:.fl .._______'- -I- 7,!jQQj - - 1,482 -s(0t Basement & Finished None I None 'None iNane Rooms BeiowGrade ~~~~it~~~;'~~:;~d ---I;~A1CAC ~~-.._~ '~~~AC~:= .==- --- : Enemv Etticienlltems TVDical Tvoical I :T~.___ _~___._. Garaye/Carport 2 Car Garaqe 2 Car Garaoe 12 Car Garaoe Porch/Palio/Deck Lanai Porch Lanai,Cov.Entrv Eouiv,ILanai . .Qt!tL_ Fence IFence None Other-Landscaoe---~ Minim-;;~='~=f..?!p~~-~-=.~~':" _-..~~~~--12'.~5oo Standard ~~~pa-&71Ir&'l',fI~0 1684 October 9, 2007 Paqe 7 of 39 There are There are 339,900 -- +(- $Adjuslment -6798 +45,000 -- +6,000 + ?:h5.9.Q A" FW AlCAC Tvoical i2 Car Garaoe +1,500!Lanai L_____ +500:J"lone_~" __~._..^ -7,500iMinimal -- +1,500 +500 . Net Adlustment (rotail I I 1+ R - $ 40.350 i_I + ~>1 - $ Adjusted Sale Price 1 Net 9.D % Net 1.5 % of Comparables Gross 11.7 % $ 406,650 Gross 125 % $ I Xiditl I did not research Ihesaieor translerhistor oi tile subject prooerty and comparable sales, If not, explain -- 5,720 Z + D. $ "_13_sZ9_~ I Net 18.4 % 368280: Gross 27.2 % $ 402,602 Prior sales for com s not researched. I-----.~----~----- ---. -- Mvresearch rx1 did IJ did not reveal anv orio' sales ortranslers 01thesubiect ropcrtv for Ihe three vears orior to the eilectivedate of this annraisal. Data Source(s) Public Records M research D did [Z} did not reveal an rior sales or transters at the com arable sales for the ear rim 10 the date of sale of the com arable sale Dala Source s N/A ReportthB results 01 the research and analysis of the prior sale ortran sferhiS1orvollhesub'ectoropertyandcomparablesaies report addilional prior sales on oaoe 3 ITEM SUBJECT COMPARABLE SALE #1 COMPARABLE SALE #2 COMPARABLE SALE #3 Date of Prior SaieJTransler 11/06 N/A NIA N/A Price 01 PrlorSale/Transler $501,000 Data Source(s) Public Records Effective Date of Data Sourceisl current Analysis of prior sale or transfer history of the subject propertv and comparable sales The prior sale of the .subiect does not appear to be an arms-Ienoth transaction. Subiect shows another orior sale on 9/9!O4 for $300,000 Summarv of Saies Comt:larison At:lt:lroach Sub'eet's thru street locale on Evernlades Blvd is 'udned to be a nenative influence an value vs side street locations, this is ad-usted for accordin ,Iv {camp #1 IS also situated on Ever lades Blvd. Time ad'uslments reflect rice declines of 1/2% per month observed durinq 2006-2007, Aqe/condition adiustments are combined and refiect differences in effective aqe (as per MLS data and observed GLA adiustments reflect $52/sf rounded'; all other ad'ustments are. self-ex lanatorv Enual weinht iven to all cited sales. Indicated Value by Sales Comparison Approach $ 400.000 Indicated Value by: Sales Comparison Approach S 400,000 Cost Approach (if developed) $ N/A Income Approach (if developed) $ N/A All reliance is iven to the Sales Comnarison A roach which is reco nlzed as the least sub'ective indicator of value for rooerlies like the sub'eet . Insufficient data available to utilize the Income Approach (mostly owner-occupied homes}_ Cast Approach not developed This appraisal is made [SJ "as is", D subiectlo completion per plans and specifications on the basis of a hypothetical condition that the improvements have been completed, LJ subject to the followinll repairs or a~erations on the basis oi a hypofhetical condition that the repairs or alterations have been completed, or 0 subject to the . followino reouired inspection based onlhe extraordinarv assumption that the condition or deficiency does not reQuireafieration or repair: Based on a visual inspection of the exterior areas of the subject property from at least the street, defined scope of work, statement of assumptions and limiting conditions, and appraiser's certitlcatlon, my (our) opinion of the markefvalue, as defIned, of the reat property that is the subject of this report is $ 400,000 ,as of Mav 22. 2007 which Is the date of InsDection and the effective dale 01 this aDoralsal. Freddie Mac Form 2055 March 2005 Page 2 of6 Fannie Mae Form 2055 March 2005 Form 2055 ~ 'TOTAL for Windows" appraisal softwar~ by a la mode, inc, - 1-800-ALAMODE Exterior-Only Inspection Residential Appraisal Report File # TE/eM 05.07 PaQ8 -- -_.- ~-----_.- -- .- None - _.~--- C-__ - ~_._'U_ _________.___ .--. u. ._~_._.^--_._-- ~_.--~ - --.-- --- - ___.u .- --~-_.._. '---.-. ....----- u__ ---- -- __u__ -.---.--.-- - . _'_'0 --..-.--- -_."- .~ .---- --.--. ______. a -------... .-- -- - "_--_0_..-- -. .-.-- -- ._._-~._-~ ..~,- - . __nO ----- -.-.-- ---- .--..-.-- .--.--- ~"". --.. ---. -.-- ....--- . - ----- _.___00_- -------------- .. ____________n__.__ ----.- . - ___00- - ------ - '_n' ---------------- -- ...-. ------------- -----'" u___ - ------ ---------- - ____u_ ----- -- -- -------- u__ --- - - ---------.. .------------- - 'n' -- -- n______o.___ ---- - --- -- u__ ___ ------ - .-. ..'.'"' .- ---------,-- .--- --------..- -- --- ---------- - -- -....- ---- - -- -------- ----- -._". .----,. ....--....-.----.....----.-.---- .--_.__.~-~- __________n_ -_._--_.._-----~----- _.---- ..---- - ----- -- - - ----------- - --------- .----- -.---. .-. ---- .- --_..---_._-~._------ -_._--~ -- -- n_ - -- --- --------- ----- -- _..--_..---~ _____________________u -,----- ---- ,.--- .. .n________ _____ --.. -. . -~-- COST APPROACH TO VALUE (not required by Fannie Mae) Provide adeQuate informalion for tne lenderlclientto repl icatethe below cost fi!lures and calculations ..--- Support lor Ihe opinion _o~1!t.e value (summary 01 comparable land sales or olher methods lor eslimati.!l9J'!te value) Not deveioped n___~ _._~--.. --'"-- --------_..._-~ - ESTIMATED REPRODUCTION OR r I REPLACEMENT COST NEW OPINION OF SITE VALUE -$ . Source of cosl data DWELLING SnJt.@$ $ Quaiity rating from cost service Effective date of cost data SgJt@$ $ Comments on Cost Approach (Qross living area calculations.dep!eciation,efc.) $ NIA ----- -- .- ~ara!lelCarport Sll.Ft.@$ $ . Total Estimate 01 Cosl-New $ -- - - Less Physical Functional Extemal Deoreciatlon I -$1 ----.---- Depreciated Cost of Imorovements -$ "As.is" Value of Site Improvements -$ Estimated Remainino Eco!1omicLife HUD and VAonM Years tNDICATEOVALUEBYCOSTAPPROACH -. INCOME APPROACH TO VALUE (not reaulred bv Fannie Mae) . Esfimaled Monlhly Mali(et Rent $ NIA X Gross Rent Multiplier -I -- Indicated Value bv Income Aaproach Summary of Income Approach (inclUding support iiir'-mark'etrerrt and GRMJ PROJECT INFORMAnON FOR PUDs (if applicable) Is Ihedeveloper/builder in corrtrol of the Homeowners' Associalion(HOA\? =-.]Yes l-lNo Unittvnels\ iDetached LJ Attached Provide the followinQ information for PUDs ONLY n the developer/builder is in ~ontrol af Ihe HoA and the subiect monertv is an altached dwellinn unit leoal Name of Project NIA . Tolal number of phases Tolal number of units Total number of units sold Total number of units rented Total number of units for sale DalaSQurCe(s) Waslhe roiectcreatedbylheconversionofexistinobuildinolS intoaPUO? DYes DNa IfVes, dale 01 conversion . Oaestheprolectcorrtain any mutti-dwelling units? nVes nNo OataSource(s) Are the units, common eiements, and recreation facilities complete? DVes L_JNo If No. describe the sfalusof complellon . Are the common elements leased to or bv the Homeowners' Assoclafion? eYes [JNo IfVes, describe the renlaiterms and options. - -- Describe common elements aocl recreationalfacililies ~~\Mrt~71Ifi\'W~o 16B4 October 9. 2007 8 of 39 Freddie Mac Form 2055 March 2005 Page30f 6 Fannie Mae Form 2055 March 2005 Form 2055 ~ ';TOTAL for Windows" appraisal software by a la mode, inc_ - 1.800.ALAMoDE Exterior-Only Inspection Residential Appraisal Report IF"eNc;'(~~~g711~0. 16B4 October 9. 2007 File # TE/CM 05-07 Paae 9 of 39 This report form is designed to report an appraisal of a one-unit property or a one~unit property with an accessory unit; including a unit In a planned unit development (PUD). This report form is not designed to report an appraisal of a manufactmed home or a unit in a condominium or cooperative project. This appraisal report is subject to the following scope of work, intended use, intended user, definition of market value, statement of assumptions and limiting conditions, and certifications. Modifications, additions, or deletions to the intended use, intended user, definition of market value, or assumptions and limiting conditions are not permitted. The appraiser may expand the scope of work to include any additional research or analysis necessary based on the complexity of this appraisal assignment. Modifications or deletions to the certifications are also not permitted. However, additional certifications that do not constitute material alterations to this appraisal report, such as those required by law or those related to the appraiser's continuing education or memberShip in an appraisal organization, are permitted. SCOPE OF WORK: The scope of work for this appraisal is defined by the complexity of this appraisal assignment and the reporting requirements of this appraisal report form, including the following definition of market value, statement of assumptions and limiting conditions, and certifications. The appraiser must. at a minimum: (1) perform a visual inspection of the exterior areas of the subject property from at least the street, (2) inspect the neighborhood, (3) inspect each of the comparable sales from at least the street, (4) research, verify, and analyze data from reliable public and/or private sources, and (5) report his or her analysis, opinions, and conciusions in this appraisal report The appraiser must be able to obtain adequate information about the physical characteristics (including, but not limited to, condition, room count, gross hving area, etc.) of the subject property from the exterior-only inspection and reliable puoUc and/or private sources to perform this appraisal. The appraiser should use the same type of data sources that he or she uses for comparable sales such as, but not limited to, multiple listing services, tax and assessment records, prior inspections, appraisal files, information provided by the property owner, etc. INTENDED USE: The intended use 01 this appraisal report is for the lender/client to evaluate the property that is the subject of this appraisal tor a mortgage finance transaction, INTENDED USER: The intended user of this appraisal report is the lender/Client. DEFINITION OF MARKET VALUE: The most probable price which a propel1y should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller, each acting prudently, knowledgeably and assuming the price is not affected by undue stimulus. Implicit in this definition is the consummation of a sale as of a specified date and the passing of title from seller to buyer under conditions whereby: (1) buyer and seller are typically motivated: (2) ooth parties are well informed or well advised, and each acting in what he or she considers his or her own oest interest; (3) a reasonaole time is allowed for exposure in the open market; (4) payment is made in terms of cash in U. S. dollars or in terms of financial arrangements comparable thereto; and (5) the price represents the normal consideration for the property sold unaffected by special or creative financing or sales concessions* granted by anyone associated with the sale, * Adjustments to the comparables must be made for special or creative financing or sales concessions. No adjustments are necessary for those costs which are normally paid by sellers as a result of tradition or law in a market area; these costs are readily identifiable since the seller pays these costs in virtually all sales transactions. Special or creative financing adjustments can be made to the comparable property by comparisons to financing terms offered by a third party institutional lender that is not already involved in the property or transaction. Any adiustment should not be calculated on a mechanical dollar for dollar cost of the financing or concession but the dollar amount of any adjustment shouid approximate the market's reaction to the financing or concessions based on the appraiser's judgment. STATEMENT OF ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITING CONDITIONS: The appraiser's certificatiOn in this report is subject to the following assumptions and limiting conditions: 1. The appraiser will not be responsible for matiers of a legal nature that affect either the property being appraised or the title to It, except for information that he or she became aware of during the research involved In performing this appraisal. The appraiser assumes that the title is good and marketaole and will not render any opinions about the title. 2. The appraiser has examined the available flood maps that are provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (or other data sources) and has noted in this appraisal report whether any portion of the subject site is located in an identified Special Flood Hazard Area. Because the appraiser is not a surveyor, he or she makes no guarantees, express or implied, regarding this determination. 3. The appraiser will not give testimony or appear in court because he or she made an appraisal of the property in question, unless specific arrangements to do so have been made beforehand, or as otherwise required by law. 4. The, appraiser has noted in this appraisal report any adverse conditions (such as needed repairs, deterioration, the presence of hazardous wastes, toxic substances, etc,) observed during the inspection of the subject property or that he or she became aware of during the research involved in performing this appraisal. Unless otherwise stated in this appraisal report, the appraiser has no knowledge of any hidden or unapparent physical deficiencies or adverse conditions of the property (such as, but not limited to, needed repairs, deterioration, the presence of hazardous wastes, toxic substances, adverse environmental conditions, etc.) that would make the property less valuable, and has assumed that there are no such conditions and makes no guarantees or warranties, express or implied. The appraiser will not be responsible for any such conditions that do exist or for any engineering or testing that might be required to discover whether such conditions exist. Because the appraiser is not an expert in the field of environmental hazards, this appraisal report must not oe considered as an environmental assessment of the property. 5, The appraiser has based his or her appraisal report and valuation conclusion for an appraisal that is subject to satisfactory completion, repairs, or alterations on the assumption that the completion, repairs, or alterations of the subject property will be performed in a professional manner. Freddie Mac Fonn 2055 March 2005 Page 4 016 Fannie Mae Fonn 2055 March 2005 Form 2055 - "TOTAL for Windows" appraisal software oy a la mode, inc. - 1.8DO.ALAMODE Exterior-Onlv Inspection Residential Appraisal Report l[,ll~_~~O. 1684 October 9, 2007 File # TE/CMOS-O? Paqe 10 of ~~9 APPRAISER'S CERTIFICATION: The Appraiser certifies and agrees that: 1. I have, at a minimum, developed and reported this appraisal in accordance with the scope of work requirements stated in this appraisal report. 2. I performed a visual inspection of the exterior areas of the subject property from at least the street. I reported the condition of the improvements in factual, speCific terms. I identified and reported the physical deficiencies that could affect the livability, soundness, or structural integrity of the property. 3. I performed this appraisal in accordance with the requirements of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice that were adopted and promulgated by the Appraisal Standards Board of The Appraisal Foundation and that were in place at the time this appraisal report was prepared. 4. I developed my opinion of the market value of the real property that is the subject of this report based on the sales comparison approach to value. I have adequate comparable market data to develop a reliable sales comparison approach for this appraisal assignment. I further certify that I considered the cost and income approaches to value but did not develop them, unless otherwise indicated in this report. 5. I researched, verified, analyzed, and reported on any current agreement for sale for the subject property, any offering for sale of the subject property in the twelve months prior to the effective date of this appraisal, and the prior sales at the subject property for a minimum of three years prior to the effective date of this appraisal, unless otherwise indicated in this report 6. I researched, verified, analyzed, and reported on the prior sales of the comparable sales for a minimum of one year prior to the date of sale of the comparable sale, unless otherwise indicated in this report 7. I selected and used comparable sales that are locationally, physically, and functionally the most similar to the subject property. 8. I have not used comparable sales that were the result of combining a iand sale with the contract purchase price of a home that has [Jeen built or will be built on the land 9. I have reported adjustments to the comparable sales that reflect the market's reaction to the differences between the subject property and the comparable sales. 10_ I verified, from a disinterested source, all information in this report that was provided by parties who have a financial interest in the sale or financing of the subject property i 1. I have knowledge and experience in appraising this type of property in this market area. 12. I am aware 01, and have access to, the necessary and appropriate public and private data sources, such as multiple listing services, tax assessment records, public land records and other such data sources for the area in which the property is located. 13. I obtained the information, estimates, and opinions furnished by other parties and expressed in this appraisal report from reliable sources that I believe to be true and correct. 14. I have taken into consideration the factors that have an impact on value with respect to the subject neighborhood, subject property, and the proximity ot the subject property to adverse influences in the development of my opinion of market value. I have noted in this appraisal report any adverse conditions (such as, but not limited to, needed repairs, deterioration, the presence of hazardous wastes, toxic substances, adverse environmental conditions, etc.) observed during the inspection of the subject property or that I became aware of during the research involved in performing this appraisal. I have considered these adverse conditions in my analysis of the property value, and have reported on the effect of the conditions on the value and marketability of the subject property. 15. I have not knowingly withheld any significant information from this appraisal report and, to the best of my knowledge, all statements and information in this appraisal report are true and correct. 16. I stated in this appraisal report my own personal, unbiased, and professional analysis, opinions, and conclusions, which are subject only to the assumptions and iimiting conditions in this appraisal report. 17. I have no present or prospective interest in the property that is the subject of this report, and I have no present or prospective personal interest or bias with respect to the participants in the transaction. I did not base, either partially or completely, my analysis and/or opinion of market value in this appraisal report on the race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, handicap, familial status, or national origin of either the prospective owners or occupants of the subject property or of the present owners or occupants of the properties in the vicinity of the subject property or on any other basis prohibited by iaw. 18. My employment and/or compensation for performing this appraisal or any future or anticipated appraisals was not conditioned on any agreement or understanding, written or otherwise, that I would report (or present analysis supporting) a predetermined specific value, a predetermined minimum value, a range or direction in value, a value that favors the cause of any party, or the attajnment of a specific result or occurrence of a specific subsequent event (such as approval of a pending mortgage loan application). 19. I personally prepared all conclusions and opinions about the real estate that were set forth in this appraisal report. If I relied on significant real property appraisal assistance from any individual or individuals in the performance of this appraisal or the preparation of this appraisal report, I have named such \ndividual(s) and disclosed the specific tasks perfonned in this apprajsal report. I certify that any individual so named is qualified to perform the tasks. I have not authorized anyone to make a change to any item in this appraisal report: therefore, any change made to this appraisal is unauthorized and \ will take no responsibility for it. Freddie Mac Form 2055 March 2005 Page 5 016 Fannie Mae Form 2055 March 2005 Form 2055 - "TOTAL for Windows" appraisal software by a la mode, inc. -1-800-ALAMODE lEi!!JjQA~ii!'IPt&711t€!\\fl~0 1684 October 9, 2007 File # TE/eM 05-07 Pa e 11 of 39 20. I identified the lender/client in this appraisal report who is the individual, organization, or agent for the organization that ordered and will receive this appraisal report. 21. The lender/client may disclose or distribute this appraisal report to: the borrower; another lender at the request of the borrower; the mortgagee or its successors and assigns; mortgage insurers; government sponsored enterprises; other secondary market participants; data collection or reporting services; professional appraisal organizations; any department, agency, or instrumentality of the United States; and any state, the District of Columbia, or other jurisdictions; without having to obtain the appraiser'S or supervisory appraiser's (if applicable) consent. Such consent must be obtained before this appraisal report may be disclosed or distributed to any other party (including, but not limited to, the public through advertising, pUblic relations, news, sales, or other media). 22. I am aware that any disclosure or distribution of this appraisal report by me or the lender/client may be subject to certain laws and regulations. Further, I am also subject to the provisions of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisai Practice that pertain to disclosure or distribution by me. 23. The borrower, another lender at the request of the borrower, the mortgagee or its successors and assigns, mortgage insurers, government sponsored enterprises, and other secondary market participants may rely on this appraisal report as part of any mortgage finance transaction that involves anyone or more of these parties. 24. If this appraisal report was transmitted as an "electronic record" containing my "electronic signature," as those terms are defined in applicable federal and/or state laws (excluding audio and video recordings), or a facsimlle transmission of tl1is appraisal report containing a copy or representation of my signature, the appraisal report shall be as effective, enforceable and valid as if a paper version of this appraisal report were delivered containing my original hand written signature 25. Any intentional or negligent misrepresentation(s) contained in this appraisal report may result in civil liability and/or criminal penalties including, but not limited to, fine or imprisonment or both under the provisions of TItle 18, United States Code, Section 1001, et seq., or similar state laws. SUPERVISORY APPRAISER'S CERTIFICATION: The Supervisory Appraiser certifies ane! agrees that: i. I directly supervised the appraiser for this appraisal assignment, have read the appraisal report, and agree with the appraiser's analysis, opinions, statements, conclusions, and the appraiser's certification. 2. I accept full responSibility lor the contents of this appraisal report including, but not limited to, the appraiser's analysis, opinions, statements, conclusions, and the appraiser's certification. 3, The appraiser identified in this appraisal report is either a sub-contractor or an employee of the supervisory appraiser (or the appraisal firm), is qualified to perform this appraisal, and is acceptable to perform this appraisal under the applicable state law. 4. This appraisal report complies with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice that were adopted and promulgated by the Appraisal Standards Board of The Appraisal Foundation and that were in place at the time this appraisal report was prepared. 5. If this appraisal report was transmitted as an "electronic record" containing my "electronic signature," as those terms are defined in applicabie federal and/or state laws (excluding audio and video recordings), or a facsimile transmission of this appraisal report containing a copy or representation of my signature, the appraisal report shall be as effective, enforceable and valid as if a paper version of this appraisal report were delivered containing my original hand written signature, APPRAISEB SUPERVISORY APPRAISER (ONLY IF REQUIREO) Signature Name H Compan~'Na oilier Cou Trans ortation Div Company Address 2885 South Horseshoe Dr. Naples FL 34104 Telephone Number 239.774-8192 Email AddressHarrvHenderson@!collierqov.net Date of Signature and Report Mall 22. 2007 Effective Date of Appraisal Mav 22, 2007 State Certification # StCert.Res REA_..RD003~__._ or State License # or Other (describe) State # State FL ExpiratIon Date of Certification or License November 30 2008 ADDRESS DF PROPERTY APPRAISED 1110 Everalades Blvd N. Naples. FL 34120 Signature Company Name Company Address Teiephone Number EmailAddress Date of Signature State Certification # or State License # State Expiration Date of Certification or License SUBJECT PRDPERTY D Did not inspect subject property D Did inspect exterior of subject property from street Date of Inspection APPRAISED VALUE OF SUBJECT PROPERTY $ 400.000 LENOER/ClIENT Name Company Name Client: Collier Countll Transportation Div. Company Address 2885 S. Horseshoe Drive, Naples Fl34104 COMPARABLE SALES [] Did not inspect exterior of comparable sales from street o Did inspect exterior of comparable sales from street Date of Inspection _ Email Address HarrvHenderson@collierqov.nel Freddie Mac Form 2055 March 2005 Page 601 6 Fannie Mae Form 2055 March 2005 Form 2055 - 'TOTAL lor Windows" appraisal software by a ta mode, inc, - 1-800.ALAMODE FEATURE SUBJECT I COMPARABLE SALE #4 Address 1110 Everglades Blvd N. 11484 Everglades Blvd N. Nanles, FL 34120 iNaples, FL 34120 Proximilv to Sub eel "_ I 10.33 mile~~ Sale Price 1$ N/A $ .--- 449,9001 Sale Price/Gross l.iv. Area $ 5.11 $ 208.48 snJt i$ Data Source's' MLS#20Q724246 I VelificationSourcels\ Active Lislin I VALUE ADJUSTMEN"I~_ I DESCRIPTION _ DESCRIPTION + (- \ $ AOlustme~L II D[SC,!!~!!Q~J_~g~.~merrt -.OESCRIPTION __ 2tl $ Adi!!.stm~QL Sales or Fmancing i Negotiation , I _ ~:i~~:::,::n~-GGE_'hru" \~~;;:h:"/:,.. -_-= _31='~-~~E_~1---=-=~~= Leasehold/FeeSimQie_ iFeeSI~~ [e.'.SlmPle u___. =+=....___._.__1----_.__. -~_.~_.._.~ . Site !2.50 acres 2.50 acres _ _ . View iNatural Similar _' _ Desion Style) IRanch Ranch __ _.. . Qualitvof Conslruclion iAvq iAvQ _._.______---'-_ Actual Age 14 (Effec3) !New . -8.00gl.____~_ I . :::~i~:::: -!~~~Bd';' BO;h; .,' ~!t;~f~, _,"A:::;~! T~;;;rm;1 B;th~_~_==:~._ . ~~'lQg~__ _ _~---1-,954_SqJl+~-- 2 i~?_~q,fLL~~lO,~.90l----'-__ _~ift, _:~--=:: Basement & Finished None 'None 'I -----,------- Rooms Below Grade ! I Functional Util!!t____ ..!_Avq ~,lI.y~--------1--------------- - j__________.._-+-_____ - __~______ ..-'_~__ ~~i~~~cff~~il~~~ltems_ !~:~a~AC :~:~a~A~-.---==:~.~=~-:.-~-..-'--- I _.__ ~::~~k .~:~:~~:;:~'__~~~-?o~=:--E;~;~~~-_ 1--~__ 1- --k~--===--- ~~;~i~~:1a;" ...~iM'"'rr"t.. ISt~:~~~( J--~~:~~j- Gr~rt~11~= ---ui~,:;: -I~\: ...... Reporttheresultsol1heres~rchandanalysjsollhepriorsaleortransler hiSlory at the subjectpropelty and comparable sales (repo rtaddilionalpriorsalesonnane3. ITEM SUBJECT COMPARABLE SALE # 4 COMPARABLE SALE # 5 COMPARABLE SALE #6 Date oj Prior SaleiTransler'- 11/06 m_---=---_ NfA - ------=------ -. - ___ PriceoiPtioTSale!Transfer $501000 . Data Source(s) Public Records Effective Daie 01 Data SouTcels current ~sisoipTiorsaleortransierhlstoryolthesuble~tpropert\'and comparable sales IFiteNO:-'.9~~R3-g711r&M'~0 1684 October 9.2007 Exterior-Only Inspection Residential Aooraisal Report File' TE/CM 05 07 Paoe 12 of 39 COMPARABLE SALE #6 I I COMPARABLE SALE #5 1$ sq,ft II II so.It.) .-- -- -~ I :.Il~~ ----._._~ ~!:'l~ ____ _____ sg,U_____ N/A .- Analysis/CommeniS Comp #4 is an active Iistinq 01 a cOmpetlnQ property located on Evernlades Blvd_ Nenotialion marnin adjustment reflects t"pical sale price/list price ratio in the area~ all other adjustments are as previously described This market expression provides qood additional support for _ the subiect's appraised value Freddie Mac Form 2055 March 2005 Fannie Mae Form 2055 March 2005 Form 2QS5,(AC) - "TOTAL jor Windows" appraisal software by a la mode, inc - 1-80Q-ALAMODE Building Sketch (Page - 1) fFile NOA~ R5-g71Ifg,0,',f1~0. 16B4 October 9, 2007 13 of 39 Borrower Client Morales-Galves ' Q~' Pronertv Address 1110 Ever lades Blvd N. Ci!\1 Na las Counlv Collier Slate Fl ZioCade 34120 Lender Client: Collier County TransDortation Div ?,.o ","',on.. 0." ,- ''" ~ '"." no""",,,,," ".,,,"'""' "0 c",""." [1.--,,"""'" 'G_'(;,,"", r,"'''' 41,0 "to,,,," ~ 1.< '" "..,. '" .0 r,,,,,,po,,," ,,,",,"''' 13il ".0 ~,."'"t .,~~ Comments: AREA CALCULATIONS SUMMARY LIVING AREA BREAKDOWN Cod. Description 51.. Net Total$ Breakdown Subtotals OU' Fir..tFloor 195<1 " 1954 " First Floor OM Garage -535.00 -535.00 , 0 . .. 0 '" 00 " 0 . " 0 '" 00 " 0 . " . 363.80 0_5x " . , 1 2.25 " . . " 0 '" " . .. . " 1 10. " , 1 . . 0 " " 0 , . , , . 1 1 , " 0 , . , 1 . , 1 , " , .. . U 0 " " " 0 . " 0 en 00 0.5 x 00 . 0.0 0.36 1.0 . " 0 " 00 TOTAL LIVABLE (rounded) 1954 13 Calculations Total (rounded) 1954 Form SKIBldSkl-'TQTAL tor Windows" appraisal software by a la mode, inc. - HOO-ALAMODE Subject Photo Page BorrowerlC~enl Morales-Gall/es PronertvAddress 1110 Evemlades Blvd N. Gill! Na les County Lellder Client: Collier Count\! Transnortation Div Collier lBILfIill. 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O!i A' .-."'0("0 ",'HIt'H wnl'l.lIl<t:!'d L'I I"" "PPROVIt.L Of A lOA~ CONDITIONS OF APPRAISAL co~n1ENTS ON COST ....PPRO.KH AEM,,",Il;J:oI(; F-TOJliOMH' LifT (U Yt:"JI CON~'OP:..1S TO FIiA...-n,l[l c.;,IIPl:!:..IN[S. IT IS NOT V'i(.'UMMQI'lI FUR SlT~ \'A,Lt~: HI rxcn:f) JtJ~.;,. 0,. rorAI "41..111' IN THr'j 4kt:A, .4genda It8m No, 16:84 October 9, 2QO 7 Page 30 ofl39 Project: Parcel No: Folio No: Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension (60168) Phase 2 1510 40520320107 PURCHASE AGREEMENT (For Improved Property) THIS PURCHASE AGREEMENT is made and entered into on this day of , 2007, by and between GUALBERTO MORALES-GALVES, a single man, whose mailing address is 1110 Everglades Boulevard North. Naples. Florida 34120-5116 (hereinalter referred to as "Selle~'). and COLLIER COUNTY. a political subdivision of the State of Florida. whose mailing address is 3301 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Fiorida 34112 (hereinalter referred to as "Purchaser"). WHEREAS. Seller owns certain improved property iocated at 1110 Everglades Boulevard North, Naples, Florida 34120-5116. and more particularly described as: THE SOUTH 165 FEET OF TRACT 5, GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, UNtT NO. 74, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 10, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, together with all buildings, structures and improvements, fixtures, built-in appliances, refrigerators, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, ceiling fans, floor coverings and window treatments (hereinafter referred to as "Property"); and WHEREAS, Seller has agreed to sell and Purchaser has agreed to buy the Property subject to the terms and conditions that follow. NOW THEREFORE. in consideration of these premises, the sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00). and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby mutually acknowiedged, it is agreed by and between the parties as follows: 1. AGREEMENT In consideration of the purchase price and upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, Seller shall sell to Purchaser and Purchaser shall purchase from Seller the Property. 2. PURCHASE PRICE The purchase price (the "Purchase Price") for the Property shail be $420,000.00 pius $10,000.00 to cover all fees and costs (U.S. Currency) payable at time of closing to the Bella Y. Patel, P.A., Trust Account. 3. CLOSING A. The Closing (THE "CLOSING DATE", "DATE OF CLOSING", OR "CLOSING") of the transaction shail be held on or before sixty (60) days following execution of this Agreement by the Purchaser, unless extended by mutual written agreement of the parties hereto. The Closing shall be heid at the Collier County Attorney's Office, Administration Building, 3301 Tamiami Trail East. Napies. Florida. Purchaser shall be entitled to possession as of Closing, unless otherwise provided herein. Seller shall deliver the Property in broom-clean and working condition. and free of all debris upon vacating the premises. B. Seller shall convey a marketable title free of any liens, encumbrances, exceptions, or qualifications. Marketable title shall be determined according to applicable title standards adopted by the Florida Bar and in accordance with iaw. At or before the Closing, the Seller shall cause to be delivered to the Purchaser . ..Purchase Agreement - Collier County I Morales~Galves Agenda ilem No. 1684 Page 2 October 9, 2007 Page 31 of 39 the items specified herein and the following documents and instruments duly executed and acknowledged, in recordable form: 1. Warranty Deed in favor of Purchaser conveying title to the Property, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances other than: (a) The lien for current taxes and assessments. (b) Such other easements, restrictions or conditions of record. 2. Combined Purchaser-Seller closing statement. 3. A "Grantor's Non-Foreign, Taxpayer Identification & "Gap" Affidavit" as required by Section 1445 of the internai Revenue Code and as required by the title insurance underwriter in order to insure the "gap" and issue the policy contemplated by the title insurance commitment. 4. A W-9 Form, "Request for Taxpayer Identification and Certification" as required by the Internal Revenue Service. 5. Such evidence of authority and capacily of Seller and its representatives to execute and deiiver this Agreement and all other documents required to consummate this transaction, as reasonably determined by Purchaser's counsel and/or title company. C. At the Closing, the Purchaser. or its assignee. shall cause to be delivered to the Seller the following: 1. A negotiable instrument in an amount equal to Net Cash to Seller on the Closing Statement. No funds shall be disbursed to Seller until the Title Company verifies that the state of the title to the Property has not changed adversely since the date of the last endorsement to the commitment, referenced in "Requirements and Conditions" below, and the Title Company is irrevocably committed to pay the Purchase Price to Seller and to issue the Owne~s title policy to Purchaser in accordance with the commitment immediately alter the recording of the deed. 2. Funds payable to the Seiler representing the Purchase Price shall be subject to adjustments and pro-rations as hereinalter set forth. D. Seller. at its sole cost and expense. shall pay at Closing all documentary stamp taxes due upon the recording of the Warranty Deed, in accordance with Chapter 201.01, Florida Statutes, and the cost of recording any instruments necessary to clear Seller's title to the Property. The cost of the Owner's Form B Title Policy, issued pursuant to the Commitment provided for in Article 8, "Requirements and Conditions" below, shall be paid by Purchaser. The cost of the title commitment shall also be paid by Purchaser. E. Purchaser shall pay for the cost of recording the Warranty Deed. Real Property taxes shall be prorated based on the current yea~s tax with due allowance made for maximum allowabie discount, homestead and any other applicable exemptions and paid by Seller. If Closing occurs at a date which the current year's millage is not fixed, taxes will be prorated based upon such prior year's millage. 4. PROPERTY CONDITION DISCLOSURES A. General. Seller represents that Seller knows of no facts or conditions materially affecting the value of the Property, except those which are readily observabie by Purchaser. or which have been disclosed to Purchaser by Seller in writing and furnished to Purchaser prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement. Format Agreement for Purchase (For Improved Property) Last Revised 8/10107 Purchase Agreement - Collier County I Morales~Galves 118m !\j!) Page 3 Ce-tob'?r Page ~! 654 2007 of =~'9 B. Radon Gas. Fiorida law requires the following disclosure: Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that, when it has accumulated in a building in sufficient quantities, may present health risks to persons who are exposed to it over time. Levels of radon that exceed federal and state guidelines have been found in buildings in Florida. Additional information regarding radon and radon testing may be obtained from your county heaith department. Seller has no knowledge of the existence of radon on the Property or any radon mitigation having been performed on the Property C. Lead Based PainVPaint Hazards. If construction of the residence on the Property was commenced prior to 1978. Seller is required to compiete. and Seller and Purchaser are required to sign and attach to this Agreement, the addendum entitled "Lead-Based Paint and/or Lead-Based Paint Hazards Attachment to Sales Contract Disclosure of Information and Acknowledgement." D Mold. Molds are commonly found both indoors and outdoors. Interior infestation by certain molds may cause property damage and health problems for some persons, Seller has no knowledge of any mold remediation having been performed on the Property. E. Warranty. Except as to any facts or conditions disclosed to Purchaser as reqUired under Section 4A above. Seller warrants that all major appiiances and equipment; sprinkler, well, septic, heating, cooling, electrical and plumbing and security systems: major mechanical components: roof (including fascia and soffits); ceiling; structural walls; foundation; swimming pool. spa and pool/spa deck; seawalls; docks; boat lifts/davits and related eiectricai and mechanical components. if any (collectively "Systems and Equipment") are in Working Condition. "Working Condition" shall Illean operating In a manner In which lh8 Systems and Equipment were designed to operate. The roof, ceiling, interior and exterior walls, foundation, swimming pool. spa and pool/spa deck. if any. shall be considered in Working Condition jf structurally sound and watertight. Seawalls and docks, if any, shall be conSidered in Working Condition If structurally sound. Seller shall not be required to repair or replace any Cosmetic Condition "Cosmetic Condition" shall mean an aE>sthetlc imperfection which does not affect the Working Condition of the item, including corrosion; tears; worn spots; discoloration of floor covering or wallpaper or window treatments; missing or torn screens; nail holes: scratches; dents; chips; caulking; pitted pool suriaces; minor cracks in windows, driveways, sidewalks, spa/pool decks and garage, tile, lanai and patio floors; and cracked roof tiles, curling or worn shingles and limited root life. so long as there is no evidence of structural damage or leakage, 5. INSPECTIONS A. Inspection Period. Purchaser shall have twenty-one (21) days from the Effective Date (Inspection Period) to have the Property and improvements thereon inspected at Purchaser's expense as follows: (a) Systems and Equipment, by an appropriately Fiorida licens/ad inspection company or iicensed contractor, and/or (b) radon gas. by a Florida certified radon measurement technician or speciaiist, and/or (c) lead-based paint and hazards, by an EPA-certified iead exposure risk assessor, and/or (d) termites or other wood~destroying organisms, by a certified pest control operator (colledtively the "Inspection Items"). Upon reasonable notice. . Seller shall provide acce~s and utilities service to the Property to facilitate inspections, 1 8, Election and Response. If any inspection conducted during the Inspection Period reveals: (1) that any Systems and Equipment are not in Working Condition, and/or (2) fhe presence of radon gas at a level in excess of EPA action levels, and/or (3) the presence of lead-based paint or paint hazards required abatement under HUD/EPA protocols, and/or (4) the existence of aclive infestation by termites or other wood-destroying organisms and/or Visible damage caused by active or past infestation (collectively the "Defective Inspection Items"), Purchaser shall, within seven (7) days alter expiration of the Inspection Period: (a) notify Format Agreement for Purchase (For Improved Property) last Revised 8f10107 Purchase Agreement - Collier County I Morales-Gall/es Agenda Item No. 1684 Page 4 October 9, 2007 Page 33 of 39 Seller of any Defective Inspection Items, and (b) furnish to Seller a copy of the inspection report(s) documenting the Defective Inspection Items, and (c) notify Seller of Purchaser's election either to: (i) receive a credit from Seller at closing in lieu of any repairs, replacements, treatment, mitigation or other remedial action necessary to bring the Defective Inspection Items into compliance with the reievant standards set forth above (the "Remedial Action"), or (ii) have Seller take Remedial Action at Seller's expense prior to closing. If Purchaser elects to receive a credit, the amount of the credit shall be equivaient to the estimated costs of any Remedial Action and shall be determined not later than the Seller's Response Deadline (below). If Purchaser elects (i), Seller shall not be required to take any Remedial Action. If Purchaser makes no election, Purchaser shaU be deemed to have elected to receive a credit at Closing, C. Not later than seven (7) days from receipt of the written notice and inspection report(s) from Purchaser ("Seller's Response Deadline"), Seller shall notify Purchaser whether Seller will give Purchaser credit equal to the cost of repairs or take remedial action, whichever is requested by Purchaser. If Seller refuses Purchaser's election by the Seller's Response Deadline, then Purchaser may terminate this Agreement within ten (10) days of Seller's Response Deadline. If Purchaser does not elect to so terminate this Agreement, Purchaser is deemed to have accepted the Property in the condition it existed on the Effective Date. except that Purchaser retains the rights set forth in Section 5.G. (Walk Through Inspection) below. If Seller faiis to respond by the Seller's Response deadline. Seller shall be deemed to have accepted Purchaser's election and Purchaser may receive credit at Closing as set forth above. D. If Purchaser does not have the Inspection Items inspected, or fails to do so within the Inspection Period. or fails to timely report any Defective Inspection Items to SeUer, Purchaser shaU be deemed to have accepted the Property in the condition it existed on the Effective Date, except that Purchaser retains the rights set forth in Section 5.G. (Walk Through inspection) below. E. Remedial Action shaU be deemed to have been properly performed if (1) the Systems and Equipment are placed in Working condition (as defined above), (2) radon gas within the residence on the Property is reduced to below EPA action levels, (3) lead-based paint and paint hazards on the Property are removed or contained in accordance with HUD/EPA guidelines, and (4) any active infestation of termites or other wood-destroying organisms is exterminated or treated, and all visible damage caused by active or past infestation is repaired or replaced. Seller shaU make a diiigent effort to perform and compiete all Remedial Action prior to the Closing Date. failing which a sum equivalent to 150% of the estimated costs of completing the Remedial Action shall be paid by Seller into escrow at Closing pending compietion. F. No cost to repair or replace any Systems and Equipment shall exceed the fair market vaiue of that item if it were in Working Condition. If the costs do exceed fair market value. than either Seller or Purchaser may elect to pay such excess, failing which. either party may terminate this Agreement upon written notice. G. Walk-Throuqh Inspection. Purchaser (or a designated representative) may conduct a walk-through inspection of the Property prior to Closing and prior to possession, to confirm: (1) completion of any Remedial Action agreed to by SeUer in Section 5.B "Election and Response" above, (2) that the personal property items which are being conveyed as part of this Agreement remain on the Property, (3) that the personal property items which are not being conveyed as part of this Agreement have been removed from the Property, and (4) that SeUer has maintained the Property as required in Articles 3 and 6, Upon reasonable notice, Seller shall provide access and utilities service to the Property to facilitate the walk-through inspection. 6. RISK OF LOSS Format Agreement for Purchase (For Improved Property) Last Revised anO/O? Purchase Agreement - Collier County I Morales-Galves f\Clenda Hem No, 168L1 pa;e 5 October 9, 2007 Page 34 of 39 Seller shall maintain the Property (including without limitation the lawn, shrubbery, and landscaping) in the condition existing on the Effective Date until Ciosing or date of Purchaser's possession, whichever is later, except for ordinary wear and tear and any Remedial Action agreed to by Seiler under Section 5B above. Any future loss and/or damage to the Property between the Effective Date and the Ciosing or date of Purchaser's possession, whichever is earlier, shall be at Seller's sole risk and expense. 7. REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS FOR CLOSING Upon execution of this Agreement by both parties or at such other time as specified within this Article. Purchaser and/or Seller. as the case may be. shail perform the following within the times stated. which shall be conditions precedent to the Ciosing: A. Within filteen (15) days alter the date hereof. Purchaser shall obtain as evidence of title an AL TA Commitment for an Owner's Title Insurance Policy (AL TA Form 8-1970) covering the Property, together with hard copies of all exceptions shown thereon. Purchaser shall have seven (7) days, following receipt of the title insurance commitment, to notify Seller in writing of any objection to title other than liens evidencing monetary obiigations. if any. which obligations shall be paid at closing. If the title commitment contains exceptions that make the title unmarketabie, Purchaser shall deiiver to the Seller written notice of its intention 10 waive the applicable contingencies or to terminate this Agreement. B. If Purchaser shall fail to advise the Seller in writing of any such objections in Seller's title in the manner herein required by this Agreement. the title shall be deemed acceptable. Upon notification of Purchaser's objection to title. Seller shall have twenty-one (21) days to remedy any defects in order to convey good and marketable titie. except for liens or monetary obligations which will be satisfied at Closing. Seller. at its sole expense, shall use its best efforts to make such title good and marketable. In the event Seller is unable to cure said objections within said time period, Purchaser. by providing wntten notice to Seller within seven (7) days after expiration of said twenty-one (21) day period, may accept title as it then is, waiving any objection, or may terminate the Agreement. C, SeHer agrees to furnish any existing surveys of the Property in Seller's possession to Purchaser within 10 (ten) days of the Effective Date of this Agreement. Purchaser shall have the option, at its own expense, to obtain a current survey of the Property prepared by a surveyor licensed by the State of Fiorida. No adjustments to the Purchase Price shall be made based upon any change to the total acreage referenced in the property iegal description on Page 1 of this Agreement, unless the difference in acreage revealed by survey exceeds 5% of the overall acreage. If the survey provided by Seller or obtained by Purchaser. as certified by a registered Fiorida surveyor, shows: (a) an encroachment onto the property; or (b) that an improvement iocated on the Property projects onto lands of others, or (c) lack of legal access to a public roadway, the Purchaser shall notify the Seller in writing of such encroachment. projection, or lack of legal access, and Seller shall have the option of curing said encroachment or projection. or obtaining legal access to the Property from a public roadway. Purchaser shall have filteen (15) days from the Effective Date of this Agreement to notify Seller in writing of any such objections. Should Seller elect not to or be unable to remove the encroachment, projection, or provide legal access to the property within thirty (30) days, Purchaser, by providing written notice to Seller within seven (7) days alter expiration of said thirty (30) day period, may accept the Property as it then is, waiving any objection to the encroachment, or projection, or lack of legal access, or Purchaser may terminate the Agreement. A failure by Purchaser to give such written notice of termination within the time period provided herein shall be deemed an election by Purchaser to accept the Property with the encroachment, or projection, or lack of legal access. 8. TERMINATION AND REMEDIES Formal Agreement lor Purchase (For Improved Property) Last Revised 8/10107 Purchase Agreement - Collier County I Morales-Galves Agenda Item No. 16B~ Page 6 October 9, 2007 Page 35 of 39 A. If Seller shall have failed to perform any of the covenants and promises contained herein, which are to be performed by Seller, within fif