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Agenda 10/23/2007 R COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD (CRAB) AGENDA October 23, 2007 9:00 AM Jim Coletta, BCC Chairman, District 5; CRAB Vice-Chairman Tom Henning, BCC Vice- Chairman, District 3 Donna Fiala, BCC Commissioner, District 1; CRAB Chairman Frank Halas, 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 LOCA TED 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. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 2. AGENDA AND MINUTES A. Approval of today's regular, consent and summary agenda as amended. (Ex Parte Disclosure provided by Commission members for consent and summary agenda.) B. September 20, 2007 - BCC/Budget Hearings C. September 25, 2007 - BCC/Regular Meeting. D. October 1, 2007 - Value Adjustment Board Minutes 3. SERVICE AWARDS: (EMPLOYEE AND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS) A. 25 Year Attendees 1. Jane McDonald, Veterans Services 2. Keith Magero, Water B. 35 Year Attendees 1. Bonnie Fauls, Housing and Human Services 4. PROCLAMATIONS A. Proclamation designating October 26, 2007 as The Day of the Red Walk in Collier County. To be accepted by Ms. Nina Ribinski, Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator, Collier County Schools. B. Proclamation designating October 23 - 31, 2007 as Red Ribbon Week in Collier County. To be accepted by Undersheriff Kevin Rambosk, Collier County Sheriff's Office and Judge Lauren Brodie, 20th Judicial Circuit Court, Collier County. C. Proclamation for United Way of Collier County Agency to be accepted by Ernie Bretzmann, Executive Director of the United Way, Rose Branda and Craig Bamberg. 5. PRESENTATIONS A. Sustainable Florida Promising Practice Award to be presented to the Board of County Commissioners by Steve Preston, Project Manager, Stormwater. B. Presentation for the Design/Build of Immokalee Road (1-75 to CR 951), converting a 4 lane road to 6 lanes. C. Recommendation to recognize Fred Sexton, Field Engineering Inspector, Public Utilities Engineering Department, as Employee of the Month for October 2007. 6. PUBLIC PETITIONS A. Public petition request by Kenneth Thompson to address lack of communication between Code Enforcement and the public. B. Public petition request by Jennifer Rogers to discuss the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership (MRCP). C. Public petition request by Steve Olivera to discuss purchase agreement of property located along the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Corridor. 2 of 13 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. This item continued from the October 9, 2007 meeting. 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. B. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. HD-2007-AR-11828 The Collier County Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board, requests a Historical Designation for the Dr. Nehrling tropical garden located on Collier County property and leased by the Naples Zoo. The subject property current zoning of the parcel is C-3 and "A" Rural Agricultural, consist of 13.35 acre and is located at 1590 Goodlette Road North, Section 27, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida C. This item to be continued to the November 13,2007 BCC meeting due to meeting the advertising deadline. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners adopt an Ordiance repealing Ordinance No. 2004-58 relating to Establishing A Property Maintenance Code For The Unincorporated Area Of Collier County, Florida; Providing A Title; Providing For Purpose And Scope; Providing For General Provisions; Providing Definitions; Providing For Rules Of Construction; Providing For Compliance With Housing Standards; Providing For Rental Registration Requirements And Procedures; Designating The Housing Official Powers And Duties; Providing For Inspection Of Structures And Premises; Providing For Notice Of Violation Procedures; Providing A Method For Designating Hazardous Buildings; Providing For Standards For The Repair Or Demolition Of Hazardous Buildings By The County; Providing For The Assessment Of Costs Of Repair Or Demolition To Be Assessed To The Owner When Abatement Executed By The County; Providing For The Vacation Of Hazardous Buildings; Providing The Responsibility For Property Maintenance; Providing The Responsibilities Of Owners Of Nonresidential Structures, Vacant Buildings, Vacant Structures, And Vacant Or Unimproved Lots; Requiring A Certificate For A Boarded Building; Providing For Nuisances; Providing Standards For Securing Building; Providing For Exceptions To Boarding Requirements; Providing For Costs Incurred By The County And Assessment Of A Lien; Providing For A Notice Of Hearing For Revocation Of Boarding Renewal Certificate; Providing For Penalties; Providing For Liberal Construction; Providing For Inclusion In The Code Of Laws And Ordinances; Providing For Conflict And Severability; And Effective Date. D. Approve an Ordinance amending the provisions of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances, Chapter 98, Parks and Recreation, also known as Ordinance No. 76-48, as amended, pertaining to park use; providing for additional definitions in Article III, Section 98- 57; and adding an exception to Section 98-58, Prohibited Acts. (Fiscal Impact: None) (Companion to Item 10N.) 3 of 13 9. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A. Recommendation to award contract 07-4170 for County Attorney Recruitment Services to Waters Consulting Group, Inc. for $28,000. B. Appointment of members to the Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committee. C. Appointment of member to the Collier County Citizens Corps. D. Appointment of member to the Affordable Housing Commission. E. Appointment of members to the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council. F. Appointment of member to the HistoricallArchaeological Preservation Board. 10. COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT A. Recommendation to approve and adopt the Collier County Water-Sewer Districts Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water Policy and on the basis ofthat policy to authorize staff to develop an IQ Water Master Plan and perform an IQ Water Rate Study. (Beth Johnssen, Wastewater Irrigation Quality Manager.) B. Recommendation to approve for discussion at the upcoming joint Board of County Commissioners and Collier County Legislative Delegation Pre 2008 Legislative Session Workshop the attached list of proposed issues. (Debbie Wight, Assistant to the County Manager.) C. A report to the Board of County Commissioners concerning a possible change in the Countys Ordinance to reflect an amendment to Florida Statutes regarding the use of All Terrain Vehicles (A TVs) on certain unpaved roads in the County. (Bob Tipton, Traffic Operations Manager.) D. Recommendation to adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of right- of-way and related easements 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 One project limits), and authorizing the acquisition of lands necessary for the construction of stormwater retention and treatment ponds for both Phases One and Two (from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Desoto Boulevard.) Project No. 60040. Estimated fiscal impact: $18,411,297.00. (Norman Feder, Transportation Services Administrator.) E. Recommendation to approve Contract Amendment No.7, Exhibit E, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $7,012,302 under Contract No. 04-3576, Construction Manager at Risk Services for the Courthouse Annex and Parking Garage, with Kraft Construction Company, Inc. for the interior finishing (Build-Out) of the Courthouse Annex floors 4 through 7, project number 52533. (Hank Jones, Sr. Project Manager.) F. Recommendation to adopt a superseding resolution authorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests andlor those perpetual or temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the extension of Santa Barbara Boulevard from Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road. (Capital Improvement Element No. 32, Project No. 60091). Estimated fiscal impact: $3,750,000.00. (Jay Ahmad, Director, Transportation ECM.) G. Recommendation to accept Fiscal Year 2007 Grant Report providing an annual update of grant activity. (Marlene Foord, Grants Coordinator.) 4 of 13 H. This item to be heard at 10:00 a.m. Recommendation to: (a) award the contract for RFP #07-4138 (Reclamation of Collier County Landfill Cells 1 and 2) to Waste Management Inc. of Florida (WMIF) for a contract amount of $7,597,900.82; Base proposal of $5,910,460.82 and allowances of $1,687,440.; (b) approve a necessary budget amendment for the project in the amount of $6,232,067.06 from the Capital Improvement Fund and Reserves for Closure Fund; and (c) authorize the Chairman to execute the contract with WMIF. (Dan Rodriguez, Solid Waste Director.) I. Recommendation to award Contract 07-4183 - Gateway Triangle Stormwater Improvements Project Phase 1 Construction to D.N. Higgins, Inc. in the amount of $1,048,565.50. (Stormwater Management Department Project #51803) (Gene Calvert, Director, Stormwater Management.) J. Obtain direction from the Board of County Commissioners as to the viability of using TDC funds to engineer, permit and install additional erosion control structures on Hideaway Beach. (Companion Item to 10K) (Gary McAlpin, Coastal Zone Management Director.) K. Authorize the expenditure of $25,000 to perform preliminary engineering and permit investigation to determine; the number and extent of additional erosion control structures on Hideaway Beach; specific permitting requirements; related schedule implications and; projects cost.(Companion item to 10J) L. A Resolution superseding Resolution 2003-195 and establishing the Collier County Board of County Commissioners' Purchasing Policy for the acquisiton of lands by the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program. (Alex Sulecki, Senior Environmental Specialist.) M. To Amend Collier County Community Development & Environmental Services Fee Schedule pertaining to Rental Registration pending approval of the Rental Registration Ordinance. (Joseph K. Schmitt, Administrator, Community Development & Environmental Services Division) N. Recommendation to approve lease agreement with LeHill Partners LLC (dba Naples Grande) to provide food, beverage, beach equipment rentals, and water recreational rentals at Clam Pass Beach Park and approve all necessary budget amendments. (Companion to Item 8D.)(Marla Ramsey, Public Services Administrator.) O. This item to be heard at 10:30 a.m. To initiate a discussion with the Board of County Commissioners to review the history and chain of events resulting from a platting omission for the Olde Cypress Units Two and Three plats, in the Olde Cypress Planned Unit Development (PUD) and to discuss the potential means to resolve the resulting encroachments into the setback requirement for preserve areas for 18 existing single family residential structures in Units Two and Three. (Susan Istenes, AICP,Director, Zoning & Land Development Review) P. Recommendation to approve the FY 08 contract between Collier County and the State of Florida Department of Health for operation of the Collier County Health Department in the amount of $1,481,000. Q. Recommendation that Collier County Board of County Commissioners authorize the preparation of an ordinance amending Section Six of Ordinance no. 2004-62 by providing for a two-year extension of the term of the Immokalee Master Plan and Visioning Committee from December 31, 2007 to December 31, 2009. (Thomas Greenwood, Principal Planner, Comprehensive Planning.) 11. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON GENERAL TOPICS 12. COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT A. Discussion and direction regarding Collier County Public Records Policy. 13. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 5 of 13 14. AIRPORT AUTHORITY ANDIOR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY A. This item to be heard on or after 3:00 p.m. Recommendation that the Community Redevelopment Agency approve and execute the Immokalee Redevelopment Area Executive Director Employment Agreement between the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and Penny Phillippi. (Thomas Greenwood, Principal Planner, Comprehensive Planning.) 15. STAFF AND COMMISSION GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS ~----------------------------------------------------------------------.-------------------------------------------.----------------------------- 16. CONSENT AGENDA - All matters listed under this item are considered to be routine and action will be taken by one motion without separate discussion of each item. If discussion is desired by a member of the Board, that item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. ----------------------------------------------.-.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 1. Recommendation to approve the Release and Satisfactions of Lien for payments received for the following Code Enforcement actions. 2. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Reflection Lakes, Phase 1 A 3. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Lely High SchoollLely Resort 7 & 8. 4. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Tollgate Business Park II. 5. To accept final and unconditional conveyance of the water utility facility for Tollgate Business Park III. 6. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for The Majors, Phase II. 7. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facility for The Majors, Phase III 8. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the water and sewer utility facilities for Mustang Island 9. Recommendation to authorize staff use of a Developers Version of the Fiscal Impact Analysis Model (FlAM) as a supplemental planning tool for internal use only to review proposed Developments of Regional Impact (DRls), projects within the Rural Land Stewardship Area (RLSA), projects within the Rural Land Mixed Use Overlay, and other major developments in order to assess projected revenue and expenditure impacts upon Collier County services. 10. Recommendation to approve a Budget Amendment to transfer funds from Fund (131) Reserves to Community Development Admin Fund (131) totaling $147,972 for the update and rewrite of portions of the Collier County Land Development Code. 11. Approve a budget amendment to provide funding for the Countys CRS Program activities by utilizing available Fund 111 reserves. ($51,400) 6 of 13 B. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1. Recommendation for the Board of County Commissioners to approve a budget amendment to transfer project funds in the amount of $395,493.67 to the Golden Gate Parkway Grade Separated Overpass Landscape Installation (Fund 112, Project #600067). 2. Recommendation to approve submittal of a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Water Quality Restoration Grant proposal to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for Freedom Park (f.k.a. Gordon River Water Quality Park) in the amount of $1,000,000.00 and approve that the project manager will electronically submit the grant application. 3. Recommendation to approve the Roadway Maintenance Agreement with LodgelAbbott Associates LLC for the golf cart overpass on Vanderbilt Drive. 4. This item continued from the September 25, 2007 BCC Meeting. Recommendation to approve a Developers Contribution Agreement with MAC Builders, Inc. (Developer) and Collier County (County) to design, permit and construct the intersection improvements on US41 and Barefoot Williams Road (Project). 5. Recommendation to approve a declaration setting aside county-owned lands for a public access easement. (Fiscal impact: $10.00) 6. Recommendation to award Bid No. 08-5001, Queens Park Neighborhood Fencing Installation to Commercial Fence Contractors, Inc. in the amount of $60,073.52; Project 511012 7. Recommendation to award Bid #07-4185 "US 41 (Tamiami Trail) East(Rattlesnake-Hammock to Collier Blvd.) Annual Maintenance" to Vila & Son Landscaping in the amount of $339,542.80. C. PUBLIC UTILITIES 1. Recommendation to approve the Satisfaction for a certain Water andlor Sewer Impact Fee Payment Agreement. Fiscal impact is $18.50 to record the Satisfaction of Lien. 2. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution to approve the Satisfactions of Lien for Solid Waste residential accounts wherein the County has received payment and said Liens are satisfied in full for the 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996 Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Services Special Assessment. Fiscal impact is $108.50 to record the Satisfactions of Lien. 3. 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.($300,000) D. PUBLIC SERVICES 1. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $116,079.00 to the City of Naples to fund improvements to the George Washington Carver and River Park communities and the Fun Time Early Childhood Academy. 2. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Rosa Mendez Olivero (Owner) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 122, Trail Ridge. 3. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Elixer Dossous and Veolene Dossous (Owners) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 203, Trail Ridge Naples. 7 of 13 4. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Marise Vilsaint (Owner) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 2, Liberty Landing. 5. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Sheila Destine (Owner) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 3, Liberty Landing. 6. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Zoublette Bien Aime (Owner) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 27, Block 6, Naples Manor Lakes. 7. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Amancio Rubio and Ana Rubio (Owners) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner~occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 28, Block 6, Naples Manor Lakes. 8. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Raul Frias Almanza and Rosa Perez Frias (Owners) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 154, Independence Phase II. 9. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Ertha Fabien (Owner) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 9, Liberty Landing. 10. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Elias Bustamante Vera and Maria Bustamante (Owners) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 1, Liberty Landing. 11. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Evelyne Belance (Owner) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 120, Trail Ridge, Naples. 12. Recommendation to approve the submittal of an Aquatic Habitat Restoration Project Proposal grant application for water quality, seagrass monitoring and implement an educational program for Clam Bay in the amount of $55,000 to the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership. 13. Recommendation thatthe Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Jean Claude Exceus and Antida Exceus (Owners) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner-occupied affordable housing unit located at Lot 6, Liberty Landing, Immokalee. 14. Recommendation to authorize the Chairman to sign the agreement between Collier County Board of County Commissioners and the Area Agency on Aging of Southwest Florida, Inc. and approve a budget amendment to reflect the transfer of funds from Title III-C1 to Title III-B in the amount of $35,000 in the 2007 Older Americans Act grant program. 15. Recommendation to approve budget amendments totaling $6,746.08 to recognize additional revenue received in the Services for Seniors program from the Area Agency on Aging for the State of Florida General Revenue programs. 16. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment in the amount of $21,510.94 to recognize revenue received from the collection of co-payments and anticipated revenue from the Collier County Services for Seniors program. 8 of 13 17. Recommendation to approve the after-the-fact submittal of a 2005 Round Two Disaster Recovery Initiative (DRI) grant to the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) to fund disaster relief and the restoration of housing and infrastructure related to the effects of the 2005 hurricane season. 18. To present to the Board of County Commissioners a summary of the Impact Fee Deferral Agreements recommended for approval in FY08, including the total number of Agreements approved, the total dollar amount deferred and the balance remaining for additional deferrals in FY08. 19. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes the Chairman to sign, a lien agreement with Marco Bay Homes, LLC (BUILDER) and James Obrochta (DEVELOPER) for deferral of 100% of Collier County impact fees for an owner- occupied affordable housing unit located at East 75 of the West 180 of Tract 115, Unit 79, Golden Gate Estates. 20. Recommendation to award Contract(s) #07-4153 Professional Engineering for Coastal Zone Management Projects to the following firms: Coastal Engineering Consultants, Inc.; Johnson Engineering, Inc.; Corzo Castella Carballo Thompson Salman, P.A. (C3TS); Q. Grady Minor and Associates, P.A.; Post Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan, Inc, (PBS&J) 21. Recommendation to reject all bids received under Bid 07-4162, Veterinary Medicines and Drugs and Expendable Supplies and Equipment for Domestic Animal Services Department. 22. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners accept a donation of $1,500.00 for Marine Science Program development from the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection-MFMP as part of sponsorship of the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership of Collier County into the Collier County University Extension Trust fund. 23. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $250,000 to Fun Time Early Childhood Academy, Inc., for site development in preparation for construction of a new Fun Time Early Childhood Academy within the George Washington Carver and River Park communities in the City of Naples. 24. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing Disaster Recovery Initiative (DRI) funding in the amount of $124,923.00 to the Collier County Housing Development Corporation for purchase and installation of two back-up generators for the sewer lift station and the water treatment plant in Copeland. 25. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing Disaster Recovery Initiative(DRI) funding in the amount of $293,934.00 to St. Matthews House, Inc. for hurricane hardening of its shelter. 26. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $1,000,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc., for installation of infrastructure to support 204 home sites for Kaicasa Phase I in Immokalee. 27. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing Disaster Recovery Initiative (DRI) funding in the amount of $374,545.00 to The Empowerment Alliance of Southwest Florida, Inc., for infrastructure to support construction of 15 single-family homes in Immokalee, to be known as Hatchers Preserve, intended for low income, first time homebuyers and families displaced by Hurricane Wilma. 9 of 13 28. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing Disaster Recovery Initiative(DRI) funding in the amount of $415,000.00 to One by One Leadership Foundation for infill in order to support the construction of housing units. 29. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Subrecipient Agreement with Big Cypress Housing Corporation providing for a grant in the total amount of $250,000.00 for the construction andlor installation of fire sprinklers for a 55-unit, multi-family rental housing complex (The Reserve at Eden Gardens) for legal migrant and seasonal farm workers in Immokalee. 30. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Subrecipient Agreement providing for a $442,000 State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) loan to Eden Gardens Apartments, Limited Partnership, A Florida Limited Partnership to assist in funding the construction of a 55 unit, multi-family rental housing complex for legal migrant and seasonal farmworkers in Immokalee. E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase with Richard F. Berman as Trustee under an unrecorded Trust Agreement and known as the Richard F. Berman Revocable Trust of 1998 dated July 27,1998 for 1.14 acres under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, at a cost not to exceed $33,170. 2. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase with William C. Armes for 1.14 acres under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, at a cost not to exceed $27,820. 3. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase with Alfredo Medina for 1.14 acres under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, at a cost not to exceed $27,820. 4. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners award Bid 07-4188 Long Distance Services to TQC Communications at an estimated annual cost of $51 ,000. 5. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase with Wanda E. Rickard as Trustee of the Wanda E. Rickard Trust dated 4/12/90 for 1.14 acres under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, at a cost not to exceed $27,820. 6. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase with Peggy S. Cisko, and John Cisko, who is the Personal Representative of the Estate of Frederick Anthony Cisko, deceased, for 1.59 acres under the Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Program, at a cost not to exceed $38,170. 7. Recommendation to award Bid #07-4194 for the purchase of Paint & Related Items to Sunshine Ace Hardware, Inc. and Scott Paint Company. 8. Recommendation to award Bid #07-4140 File Retrieval' Retention Service to Robert Flinn Records Center. 9. Recommendation to adoptthe budget amendment appropriating $581,660,415.18 carry forward and expenditure budgets for open purchase orders for non-project funds and for unexpended budget for project funds at the end of Fiscal Year 2007. 10. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment in the amount of $250,000 to transfer funds from the Design Study for Inland Data Center Capital Project 500521 to the Data Center Expansion Capital Project 500511. 10 of 13 11. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves an inter-local agreement with the City of Naples for mutual sales and purchases of motor fuels between the City and County, and authorizes the Chairman to execute the same. 12. Recommendation to authorize and consent to the re-assignment of Contract No. 06-3983, "Third Party Administrator for Group Insurance Benefits". F. COUNTY MANAGER 1. Recommendation to adopt a resolution approving amendments (appropriating grants, donations, contributions or insurance proceeds) to the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Adopted Budget. 2. Recommendation to adopt a resolution approving a Disaster Worksite Agreement providing Federal funds under a National Emergency Grant to cover the pre-screening costs, wages and required safety equipment for temporary workers due to the effects of a disaster such as a hurricane. 3. Approve budget amendments. 4. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners Approve and Ratify the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Professional Firefighters of the Everglades International Association of Firefighters, Local 3670 . The Agreement is available for public viewing at the Collier County Managers Office or the Bureau of Emergency Services Office, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, W. Harmon Turner Bldg ", Naples, FL 5. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment and payment of an invoice from Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) in the amount of $342,093, which is the Collier County portion of the cost sharing project for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit for FY06/07 G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY ANDIOR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 1. Recommendation for the Community Redevelopment Agency to Adopt a Resolution amending CRA Resolution 2001-98 as it relates to the Bylaws of the BayshorelGateway Triangle Redevelopment Advisory Board. 2. Recommendation for the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to approve demolition of CRA-owned residential property (mobile homes); approve a Request for Proposals (RFP) scope of work to build single-family homes on CRA owned land; approve the Executive Director to advertise the RFP through the Purchasing Department and return with recommendations 3. Recommendation for the Collier County CRA to approve a CRA Resolution amending the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Site Improvement Grant Program to modify the matching fund requirement for recipients and declare the grant program as serving a valid public purpose. 4. Recommendation to Ratify Collier County Airport Authority Resolution No. 07-33, Adopted on October 8,2007, Approving an 8.0 percent ($8,363.79) Merit increase for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 for the Authoritys Executive Director, Theresa M. Cook. H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attended the Southwest Florida Federated Republican Women's Luncheon on October 8, 2007 at Arbor Trace. $15.00 to be paid from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. 11 of 13 2. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Everglades Coalition Annual Conference on January 10-13, 2008 at South Seas Island Resort. $598.77 to be paid for accommodations from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. 3. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Immokalee Chamber of Commerce Banquet - Chamber Silent Auction & Steak Dinner on October 27,2007 at the PACE Center for Girls. $100.00 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 luncheon honoring former Sheriff Aubrey Rogers on October 26, 2007 at the Naples Elks Lodge. $20.00 to be paid from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. 5. Commissioner Coletta requests Board approval for reimbursement regarding attendance at a function serving a valid public purpose. Attending the Blue Chip Recognition Breakfast on November 8,2007 at the Hilton Naples and Towers. $10.00 to be paid from Commissioner Coletta's travel budget. I. MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE 1. Miscellaneous items to file for record with action as directed. J. OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS K. COUNTY ATTORNEY 1. Recommendation to approve a Mediated Settlement Agreement and Stipulated Final Judgment to be drafted incorporating the same terms and conditions as the Mediated Settlement Agreement in the amount of $119,500 for the acquisition of Parcel 134 in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. First National Bank of Naples, Inc., et aI., Case No. 04-3587 -CA (Immokalee Road Project No. 66042). Fiscal Impact: $73,033 (Companion to Item 17A, Wendys Variance Petition VA-2007-AR-11577) 2. Recommendation to approve the Stipulated Order of Taking and Final Judgment for Parcel 181 RDUE in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. Armando Yzaguirre, etal., Case No. 07-2746-CA (Oil Well Road Project No. 60044). (Fiscal Impact $234,635) 3. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approves, and authorizes its Chairman to sign, a Tri-Party Developer Contribution Agreement which will implement Resolution 05-235 (Development Order 05-01) by providing for the Developers (Ave Maria Development, LLLP) dedication of 46 acres within Ave Maria for Collier County public school sites in exchange for credits against educational impact fees. 4. Recommendation to approve the Stipulated Order of Taking and Final Judgment for Parcel 177RDUE in the lawsuit styled Collier County v. Jorge A. Romero, etal., Case No. 07-2681-CA (Oil Well Road Project No. 60044). (Fiscal Impact $240,630.65) 5. Recommendation to authorize an Offer of Judgment for Parcels 838A and 838B by Collier County to property owner, Nancy L. Johnson Perry, and reject the Offer of Judgment/Proposal for Settlement by Nancy L. Johnson Perry to the County in the lawsuit styled CC v. Nancy L. Johnson Perry, Individually and as Successor Trustee, et aI., Case No. 03-2373-CA (Golden Gate Parkway Project No. 60027)(Fiscallmpact: If accepted, $2,000) 6. Approve and have Chairman sign a Consent to Assignment Agreement for solid waste, recyclable materials, and yard trash collection services in Solid Waste District II with Choice Environmental Services of Collier, Inc. 12 of 13 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. VA-2007-AR-11577 (WB) B F Ft. Myers, Inc., represented by Robert J. Mulhere, AICP, RWA, Inc. and working in conjunction with the Collier County Attorney's office, requests a variance for an outparcel (presently improved with a Wendy's Restaurant), in order to reduce severance damages resulting from the "taking" of a +1-15.0 foot road easement for the expansion of Immokalee Road. The variance will allow for parking within 11 feet of the property line along Immokalee Road frontage. The site does comply with the PUD requirement for a 15 foot building setback for this front yard. In addition, a variance of 9 feet is requested from the required 20 foot wide landscape buffer width per LDC section 4.06.02C.4, to allow for an 11 foot wide landscape buffer. The subject property is located at 10941 Airport Road North, which is at the northwest corner of Immokalee Road and Airport Road, within the Green Tree PUD (Ordinance 81-58), Green Tree Center Tract "C", Section 26, Township 48 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. (Companion to Item 16K1) B. PUDZ-2005-AR-7883, Habitat for Humanity of Collier County, Inc., represented by Dwight Nadeau, of RWA, Inc., is requesting a rezone to the Habitat-Woodcrest RPUD on 11.2 acres of land from the Agricultural (A) Zoning District, to allow for a maximum 66 residential units. The subject property is located on the west side of Wood crest Drive, south of Immokalee, just north of Acremaker Road, in Section 26, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. C. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the Human Resources Department to amend the Collier County Fingerprinting Ordinance No. 04-52 to require fingerprinting for all Collier County employees and certain County contract employees as defined by 125.5801, Florida Statutes. D. An ordinance amending ordinance No. 2002-63, which established the Conservation Collier Program, by revising section six: Creation of the conservation Collier Acquisition Fund; Section eight: Land Acquisition Advisory Committee; Section ten: Criteria for evaluating Lands for Acquisition and Management; Section eleven: Acquisition List: Section twelve: Nomination of acquisition Proposals and Candidate Sites; Section thirteen: Procedures for Selection of Acquisition Proposals for Placement of the Active Acquisition List and Subsequent Purchase Procedures;Section fourteen: Management Plans and Use of Environmentally Sensitive Lands; Section fifteen: Responsibilities of the County Manager; Providing for Conflict and Severability; Providing for inclusion in Code of laws and Ordinances; and Providing for an effective date. E. Recommendation to adopt a resolution approving amendments (appropriating carry forward, transfers and supplemental revenue) to the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Adopted Budget. 18. ADJOURN INQUIRIES CONCERNING CHANGES TO THE BOARD'S AGENDA SHOULD BE MADE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE AT 774-8383. 13 of 13 AGENDA CHANGES BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING October 23, 2007 Item 2D should read: October 1,2007 - Value Adjustment Board - Special Magistrate Good Cause Hearings. (Staffs request.) Item 3 Service Awards: Jane McDonald, Veterans Services and Keith Magero, Water Department will be receiving their 20-year service award (rather than 25). Bonnie Fauls, Housing and Human Services will be receiving her 30-year award (rather than 35-year). (Staff's request.) Item 101: To be presented by Jerry Kurtz, Principal Project Manager, Stormwater, and Shane Cox, Senior Project Manager, Stormwater. (Staff's request.) Item 10J continued indefinitelv: Obtain direction from the Board of County Commissioners as to the viability of using TDC funds to engineer, permit and install additional erosion control structures on Hideaway Beach. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Item 10K continued indefinitelv: Authorize the expenditure of $25,000 to perform preliminary engineering and permit investigation to determine the number and extent of additional erosion control structures on Hideaway Beach; specific permitting requirements; related schedule implications, and projects cost. (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Items 8A.17A and 17B: These items should have included the following: "This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members." (Staff's request.) Move Item 16A9 to 10R: Recommendation to authorize staff use of a Developers Version of the Fiscal Impact Analysis Model (FlAM) as a supplemental planning tool for internal use only to review proposed Developments of Regional Impact (DRls), projects within the Rural land Stewardship Area (RlSA), projects within the Rural land Mixed Use Overlay, and other major developments in order to assess projected revenue and expenditure impacts upon Collier County services. (Commissioner Henning's request.) Item 16B5: The "Declaration" attachment title should have read, "This Declaration is made this day of , 2007 (rather than 2006), and should have had a signature block for Chairman Jim Coletta, rather than Frank Halas. A corrected copy has been made available for review and execution. (Staff's request.) The followinq items dealinq with Housinq and Human Services are continued to the November 13. 2007 BCC meetinq: 16D1, 16D23, 16D24, 16D25, 16D26, 16D27, 16D28, 16D29, 16D30. (Staff's request.) Item 16G1: Page 13, Section 4, (a) should read: "Bayshore resident" (rather than "residents"). (b) should read: "Gateway Triangle resident" (rather than "residents"). (Commissioner Fiala's request.) Item 17B: Page 2, paragraph 2 of the final version has "low and very low units" in parenthesis after the words" . . . 66 affordable Units. . ." in line 2. The Novus version has no such clarification. Page 3, paragraph 3 of the final version has "low and very low income" in parenthesis after" . . . level of income. . ." in line 4. The Novus version has "moderate income" in parenthesis here. Corrected copies of the correct version have been distributed. (Staff's request.) Item 17D: To correct a typographical error in the ordinance: Section 13, paragraph 11 should read" . . . Real Estate Services staff shall proceed to close on the. . . ". (Commissioner Coyle's request.) Time Certain Items: Item 8A to be heard at 1 :00 p.m. This item continued from the October 9, 2007 BCC meeting. This item requires that all participants be sworn in and ex parte disclosure be provided by Commissioners. 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, Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, Collier County, Florida. Item 10H to be heard at 10:00 a.m. Recommendation to: (a) award the contract for RFP #07-4138 (Reclamation of Collier County landfill Cells 1 and 2) to Waste Management, Inc. of Florida (WMIF) for contract amount of $7,597,900.82; Base proposal of $5,910.460.82 and allowances of $1,687,440; (b) approve a necessary budget amendment for the project in the amount of $6,232,067.06 from the Capital Improvement Fund and Reserves for Closure Fund; and (c) authorize the Chairman to execute the contract with WMIF. Item 100 to be heard at 10:30 a.m. To initiate a discussion with the Board of County Commissioners to review the history and chain of events resulting from a platting omission for the Olde Cypress Units Two and Three plats, in the Olde Cypress Planned Unit Development (PUD) and to discuss the potential means to resolve the resulting encroachments into the setback requirement for preserve areas for 18 existing single family residential structures in Units Two and Three. Item 14A to be heard on or after 3:00 p.m. Recommendation that the Community Redevelopment Agency approve and execute the Immokalee Redevelopment Area Executive Director Employment Agreement between the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and Penny Phillippi. , ....."..."""""r". PROCLAMA TION Agenda Item No. 4A October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 2 WHEREAS, the Red Walk is an established provider of one-to-one youth involvement addressing the importance of drug awareness for the past seven years: and, WHEREAS, the Red Walk provides adult mentors to thousands of children in Collier Countys public and private schools: and, WHEREAS, the Red Walk was developed as part of the Red Ribbon Activities established by the Substance Abuse Coalition of Collier County, as well as the Collier County Public School System, in association with the National Drug Awareness Campaign presented between October 23-31, 2007: and, WHEREAS, national research has shown that the positive messages supported by drug-free activities help form strong bonds between youth and their communities leading to.? direct, measu,:able, and lasting impact on chi'ldrens lives, and that thesechlklre,!,!re ~ore likely to improve their grades and the{':relationshipswitil famili~Q;'d f!e,.s, while being less likely to skip sc~ool, use i'lIegal drugs or alcoh~I,Dr ~come involved in criminal activIty: an"'- " ~ WHEREAS, locally, the Red Walk has been bringing caring adulfS>alu:t community organizations into the lives of chi'ldren for eight yearSafld is the only drug awareness walking program in Southwest Florida: an"'- WHEREAS, supporting the Red Walks message of total community involvement in using the Arts as a positive outlet for a healthy and drug-free lifestyle in Floridas ""-going effort to recruit and match caring adult mentors with children in our community is an investment that WIll pay immediate dividends as well as dividends in the future: an"'- WHEREAS, on Friday, October 2~, 2007. The Red Walk will host its annual trek on the campus of Lely Elementary School from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that October 26, 2007, be designated as THE DAY OF THE RED WALK IN COLLIER COUNTY DONE AND ORDERED THIS 23rd Day of October, 2007. BOARD OF COt/NTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COt/NT)/, FLORIDA - JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: DWIGHT E. 8ROCK, CLERK vage I or I Aqenda Item No 4A - Oclober 23, 2U07 Page 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 4A Item Summary: Proclamation c1psiqnAlillg October 2fl, 2007 as The Day of Hle Red Walk in Collier County To be i:lccepled hy Ms r"Jil1;J Flibiw;ki, Safe and Drug Free Scl100ls Coordinator. Collier County Schools Meeting Date: 10/23/('007900:1)0 AM Prepared B;y USn Resnick Executive Aide to the Flee Dale Board of County Cort1missiollprs BeG Olliee 8/281200711:19:48 AM AplJrovcd By Sue Filson EJ8cutive Manager to the Rce Date Board 01 Coullty Bee Office 8128/200711;22 AM COlll!lli!';sir>n(~rs AI)pro\'ed By James V. Mudd County Mal1<.1ger Date Board of CGUllty Commissioners County MarHlgr:>r's Olflce 10110/20077:25 PM Agenda Item No. 48 October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 2 ~ PROCLAMA TION WHEREAS, the Substance Abuse Coalition of Collier County recognizes that alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse in this notion has reached epidemic proportions: and. WHEREAS, it is imperative that visible, unified prevention educatIon eff.orts by community members be launched to eliminate the demand for drugs: and. WHEREAS, the Substance Abuse Coalition is offering citizens the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to drug-~ lifestyles - no use of illegal drugs, no I1legal drugs, no illegal use of legal drugs: and. WHEREAS, the Notional Red Ribbon Campaign Will be celebrated in every community in AmeriCtl during "Red Ribbon Week, H October 23 - 31,2007: and. .,:,.? :f'J:"<, ,;>i< .', ;.....~ WHEREAS, WHEREAS, the State of Florida further commits its resources to ensure the success of the Red Ribbon Campaign. NOW THEREFORE, be it proclaimed by the Boord of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that October 23 - 31, 2007. be designated os RED RIBBON WEEK IN COLLIER COL/NTY DONE AND ORDERED THIS 23rd Day of October, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: .-. DWIGI-IT E. BROCK, CLERK r'age 101 I Auenda Itol11 No 48 v October 23. 2U07 Paye 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONEHS Item Number: Item Summary: 48 Prnclflll18tiOll (h~silJlntill~J Uc1uhcl 23 - 31 ~'OOi <'IS r~ed Ribbon Week in Collier County To he 'lCcepted by Ullderstwrilt I<evin P8lT\bosk, Collier County Sheriffs Office and Judge LilUICl1 Brodie. 20111 ,ltlclici,iI Circuit Court Collier COllllty Meeting Date: 10i23/20U7 9:0U:lJU !\M 1l,'cIJ:trcd By Lis!] Hestl;{k ExcwUve Aide to the pee Date Board of e~..>l1f11y C'lmmissiolwrs Bee Office 0/28/200711 :44:50 AM ^IIIU'O\'cd B)' Sue Filson EXCCllfi,/(' Manager to tllP nee Date F\oilrcl nf C;"unty Counnissinllf'I'1 BCC Oflke 8,'28120071:06 PM ^111)ro,,'cd Bl .1a!nes V. Murld CO'.Hlly Mana9P1 Date f1r)"ld of C{I!H1ty r:(111lrnissjnn~f<; C{'\!I11y MiHHljJ<::r's ~)flice 10110120077:44 PM Agenda Item No. 4C October 23,2007 Page 1 of 2 ~ PROCLAMA TION WHEREAS, since 1957, the United Way af Callier County has sponsored and funded qualified. non-profit community agencies which provide essential social and health services to our citizens: and, WHEREAS, throughout the 50-year history of the United Way of Collier County, the organization has demonstrated continued growth and is currently funding 32 community agencies providing services to all areas of our County; and. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners gratefully acknowledges and supports the fine work of the United Woy of Collier County and its member agencies. NOW THEREFORE. be it proclaimed by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that UNITED WAY OF CO!..LIER COUNTY AGENCY - is formally recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community and wish them yet another year of great success as they kick off their 2007/2008 season. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 23rd Day of October, 2ooT. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COl.l..IER COUNTY. FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK - IJage 1 ot 1 Aoenda It(;r1l t'Jo. 4C October 2007 Page of2 COLLIER COUNTY BOA!l.U OF COUNTY COMM!SSIONE"HS Item Number: Item Summary: 4C Meeting Date: PI(J -,IaIl13IiCt!1 for Unilf~d VJilY of Culller County AgF:ncy to be accepted by Ernie Bretzmann. Ex';'cutiv() Dilel:lo1 of the Urlited liVay f<ose [~Ialj(ld and Cr<lig Bamberg. 1 Ul23/2UU7 ~J:U(J:(JO hM IJrcf)arcd By Paula Sprillgs Board of County Cornl1lis~inne!s E;J'CUti'1€ Aid0 to tll(! Flee Date W_:C Office 10110120078:50:45 AM ApllrO\!cd B)" Sue Filson Executive MJll!lgN 10 the Dce Date BOiHd of e'wnty Bee Office 10110/200711:03 AM COlllllli,,<;,iotle!s AI)proved B)' James V. Mudd Coullty M<1I1~ger Date Board of County Commission"'!s County rJI:tIlR~JH'5 Office 10112/2007 12:18 PM Page I at I Agenda Item No, 5A October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 1 COLLIER COUNTY - BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONEHS Item Number: Item Summary: 5A SustC'linable FI()Iid8 F'r('rni~;inq Pmclice Award to be presented to the Board of County CornlT1issioller~, by Stev(; FIl'lston Project Manager, Stormwater Meeting Date: 10/23/2007 9:0U:OO AM AplJrOved By Euge'ne Calvert Principal proje.:t Mal1i)fjN Date Transportations Services Transportation Enqi!l()",illg ,md Construction Millli19(!'P011t 1018/20074:22 PM Approved By Pat Lehnhard Executive Seer'ltMY Date Transportation Services Transportation Smvkf'5 Arjmin 10/91200710:12 AM Approved By OMS Coordinator Applications Analyst Date Administrative Services Information Te~;hn'Jlouy 10/9/20071 :00 PM Apl)ro\'ed By Mark Isack::.on Budget Analyst Date Count.y M.mayer'!; Office Office of Mananl!tnenl &. 8l'dnd 10/10f2007 9:26 AM -, AI)provcd By Micha('1 Stnykowski Management & Budn'cd t1ir'}ctor Date County M<litager's Office Office of M<lnaqem"lll 8, 8ud!!el 10/10/20074:48 PM Aplu'oved By James V, Mudd County ManagN Date Board of County Commissiollers County Managf'r's (Jllice 10/10/20077:49 PM --- L\'oenda item ~~o. 58 . October 23. 2DD? Page 1 of 2 CONTRACTOR PRESENTA nON FORM Board Presentation Date: October 23, 2007 Contract Number: 05-3770 Projcct Title: Design Build Immokalee Road (1-75 FDOT Construction Right of Way to CR 951 Collier Blvd). Project Numbcr: 66045 Firm ;'\lame: ASTALDI CONSTRUCTION CORP. Proiect Mana!!er: Jack Morgan for Astaldi, Eddie Martin for Collier County Project Description: Design Build for Immokalee Road (1-75 to CR 951) Converting it from 4 lanes to 6 lanes Ori!!inal Start Date: Design: June 6. 2006 Construction: October 2. 2006 Noticc to Proceed Issuance Date: June 6. 2007 Ori!!inal Completion Date: September 6. 2008 Reviscd Completion Date: July 31. 2008 Reason(s) for Variance: By utilizing the Design Build process we have been able to eliminate normal construction delays and has allowed us to reduce construction time by 37 days Ori!!inal Budget: $22,365,498.91 Reviscd Budget: $22,365,498.91 Reason(s) for Variance: $0.00 Actions Planned/Taken to Maximize Actions Planned/Taken to Minimize Variance: Will continue to takc Variance: advantage of the design Build process in an attempt to bring the Project in 60/90 days ahead of schedule Current Proiect Statns: WORK COMPLETED = 79'X. BILLED to DATE = 75% CONTRACT TIME liSED = 56'10 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: I-'age I of J }\qenda Item No :58 - October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD or COUNTY COMMISSIONEHS 5[3 F'ICSPlllClliorl 101 the DesitJl1/Huild nllllllllok:llep Ruad (I 75 to CR 951), converting a 4 lane road 10 6 I,HIf'S t(J/23/2007 ~IUI"OO A,f';1 Prepared By Eddie MiJrHn lranspot'lillion Services Finkl E!l(jinpelin~J Ills!J'~ctol Transport'ltion Epgill01'rinq and Construction Date 10/8120079:54:11 AM Appru\Cd H,y Sieve Riller TrallSrOr!<ltron Services Fi01d Engincerill9 !l1spl?cIOr TriJllspor!;J!.iot! EnqineNillH iHld COllstnH;lioll Date 10!Bf2007 1:04 PM ^Ilpn)\!cd B)' Norm E" Feder, AICP Transport<lt.fon S(>rvicfJs 1 fi'llSporlCltion Division Auministlal{H Date rranSp<H!.;1tioll Serviccc,> Admin" 10/9/200710:01 AM AIII)roved B)' Lisa TH)"!or TnJIl<cP'llti'lliOI1 S,.,r'Ji<":("l MaIHI~lelm:I1l!Btltlgel Analyst Date 1 r<lll<;l'mt;:;ti'JI1 i\'hnini'dr;ltion 1(1191200711:02 AM Alllll'U\'ed B)' SII'llf)t! hle\','tll;lIl TI(111<:;porta1iol1 ::'('l'jk"~ Acr:ountinq SupPrviq" Dille Trall"portillilln Sl""vi"',:~ ^,I'I,in 1019120074"17 PM ApllI'OHd B)' fJ;'j"l1fllltWHl irnnSI1lHt;J!j0I1 !3enfices Dil ,~ctot Datn Tl'i'I1'::ilJodnkHl Enqil'c"lil1(j &. CC'!1<;tnlclin!l N'i:jI!iUt'"ll"'llt 10/9/200711:20 PM AllprOHd B)' [''"Ii LclllllHl(rj !!Zl!lSpo["\nlic,n Selvk; "<; E1,('(;uti'!e S"';r"t2ry Dahl I '''Il''IV\rtrllinl1 S"IVi"'(', ^<1rnin 1(1;1(117.007 R ,t9 f.M Ap(ll'ond By OMD C')Unlin,ll;'! Adll1inif.;lr;:J!i\tc ~:;1}r'}i';r<; rq'!lli~;:Jli(\II'; AI!nlvsl Datn Illf',,\Pll:1ti!l1l T,,(,h1lOlnqy 101'10/20071:05 PM ApllroHd B)' SU''''lJ1 Ust1':r Cr'l!nly Manrlqf!1 's (Jffiv" Sp'lior M?I1<:HJcmNltiF\lldqf't /lna!}',>! Date C'lti';p of r,hn"p"lllent fI- nlldw!t 10'10120075:07 PM "Pllroved B)' Micllnel Sl1l)'kowski enuntv M<lfl;lqer';; OHke Ma!18~jel1l"lll & Budqel Dilf,ctOl Date (If!i,:n of Mil!l1?",nwnll', Blldqrd 10/11/2007 U: tf; AM i\1)prond B)' .lames V. MU(ld n(~ard ')f C"HIlt.y C011Hlli,,!'<i(1II('!!,. CGllnty M;HlC1Qcr Date COUllty M"naqer"s Oake 10/1112007 10:44 AM Agenda Item No. 5C October 23. 2007 Page 1 of 2 - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to recognize Fred Sexton, Field Engineering Inspector, Public Utilities Engineering Department, as Employee of the Month for October 2007. OBJECTIVE: To obtain approval from the Board of County Commissioners to recognize Fred Sexton, Field Engineering Inspector, Public Utilities Engineering Department, as Employee of the Month for October 2007. CONSIDERATIONS: Fred Sexton, Field Engineering Inspector, has been nominated as the "Employee of the Month" for October 2007. Fred is a dedicated professional who is always willing to do more than his share. He consistently exceeds the expectations of his customers and is often recognized for the service he provides. Fred is instrumental in job site overview, coordination and quality control He is especially successful in dealing with contractors to ensure that the County gets a final product that meets our standards. His effectiveness has saved the County thousands of dollars in utilities infrastructure repairs and replacements by assuring that installations are done right the first time. He unconditionally takes ownership of every project that he is involved with and always keeps an eye out for construction and operational safety. In sum, Fred is a positive and responsive employee who is truly deserving of this honor. FISCAL IMPACT: The selected "Employee of the Month" receives a $150.00 cash award Funds are available in the Public Utilities Engineering 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 Fred Sexton as "Employee of the Month" for October 2007. PREPARED BY: Brittney Mahon, Employee Recognition Coordinator, Department of Human Resources - I~age I at I Agenda Item I'Jo. 5C October 23, 2()()7 Paye 2 of 2 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD QF COUNTY COMMISS10NEHS Item Number: 5C Item Summary: Pecotlllllefldc1!iun to If~COSllli?e r:r('cJ Sexton. r:ield Engineering Inspector, Public Utilities [n~lin,""ring [)epnrlrnelll w~ [llIplllyee of Hie MOlllhlor October 2007 Meeting Date: t [ii23f2UfJ7 9_00UU fI[I,;1 l)rcJlarcd By Brittl1ey Millton Employer Rer:0911it.ion C('(H(Hl1iltor Date Admini!'itriJtivf: S0rvic(I'S Human R"<;:oucp<; 101B!2n07 8:49:01 AM A.llpnJ\"cd B,y Jean MeniH ~hHnan ReSQulcPS [lirl:'ctm Date Administrative SPlvkfl<; Human Res"ltf':(';, 10/9/20074:56 PM Allflrovcd By Sid!, C(Jmp. C FM. racilili('~ f\1alli'1!-j';rnrllt Dirpctor Date Adltlinistrativ0 Snrvir:f'<; rw:iliU;><:; M;Jt1C1qprnPllt 1019/20076:17. PM Allproved H)-' OMS COQnjip;Jtor Applici'lli'_ms Analyst Date r\~ltnjl1i!'".trative S0tViC05 lnfmllwtioll Tecltw\I()9Y 10110/200712:51 PM ;\ )lprond By Laura Uavisson Mani1gemcnl8. BlId9cl AI1.]lyst Date Ct)lI!1tv M;\I1.:"!g')!"s Ollic~ OIlier> of MJl1:1tjf'I1lPII1.~ [\1 ! (11]'.'1. 10110/20074:32 PM AllfH'O\'cd B)-' t-nic!lael Slllv!;owski M"ll"U"lll~'l1t 8. Rl'dq"l DilPc!pr Dall! COlliltv 1\-1;>!I~~w(s onic') O!ficpnJ pn~!i;w0H\"111,'I., [}II,j(lf't 10110120074:41 PM Allf)l'ond B)-' .Jattl':!S V. Mudd Cr::>ttnt.y M<1Il<ly'..r Date Dnilld of Cnlltlly COIIIn1i';'d('IH'!~ COI!llly M;lIIA~Jfr'S tJlli':n 10/13/20U7 12:31 PM ,- Agenda Item No. 6A October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 2 COllIER COUN1Y MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail. Naples, Florida 34112. (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 Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Joseph Schmitt, CD&ES Administrator Michelle Arnold, Code Enforcement Director .-- Agenda item No. 6A REOEtlJlOO" 23. 2007 OFFICE OF THE Cour?Jo\gMAI'JlAGER Request to Speak under Public Petition SEt' L It 2007 Please print ACTION Name: '('(pAAfi1.e:fA TJ:mo///)tY~ Address: ;; 2 3 i /0.,. ('.co CXA>- ,dI1/P /J 11 AJi.-t'd (k 3 Lj J / 1, Phone: '] ':) q r; 71.(-; /1f'1 Date of the Board Meetinq YOU wish to speak: Qc / oi"j'.A 9 - 0 7 Please explain in detail the reason YOU are requestinq to speak (attach additional paqe if necessary): h. CIJ!lA-<.YY> ,I" pl",,~A, "..f rJCh.#Ar1//M;'G~i'W.A z../Ih d, r,~M ~"1' L-rU' l' 0..; ,..." f?r71 f.,.".,/ f<->./ - 0' ~j" -;M, ,.,I'..r~,; { 12..0 U-l{/ /. ",jrJ! :zz. ..4r'SA~'C Please explain in detail the action YOU are askinq the Commission to take (attach additional paqe if necessary): ~..k (J. .hi, {-<H'/A' -5 './/"'''.-<4 i't c /.' ~ d ,,-/ '5..J/ a-/'/ h /:.e.... , (J I J-' ..L, , , J //.' /"E,. /Yl1/i'Y~~.rf<I"">AIJ l~r?J /A 'f.A.A'.,(?//.....i"-'-.I'/') J/..4-1t'lAG~_rr:.( (J r; ~.z.fA-6 <'Ii;; ./J ('.hY< , H:\Judi's Folder\Forms\Public Petition Request Form.doc Agenda Item No. 68 October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 7 COllIER COUNIY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail' Naples, Florida 34111 . (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 October 23, 2007 Jennifer L. Rogers clo Rookery Bay NERR 300 Tower Road Naples, FL 34113 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss The Marine Resource Conservation Partnership (MRCP) Dear Ms. Rogers: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of October 23, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. ~ Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concern and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Sincerely, /7 ~~~ ~~~~;; County Manager JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Marla Ramsey, Public Services Administrator -- , (ptJ Agenda item No. 68 October 23.2007 P bl' P .t' Page 2 of 7 Reauest to Speak under u IC etl Ion RECEIVED Of'f'ICE Of' THE COUNTY MANAGER Please print OCT - 9 2007 Name: Jennifer L. Roaers ACTION c/o Rookerv Bay NERR. 300 Tower Roaa. Address: Naples. Florida. 34113 Phone: 239-417-6310. ext. 232 Date of the Board Meeting you wish to speak~ October 23. 2007 Please explain in detail the reason you are requesting to speak (attach additional page if necessary): Reauest the Commission consider ioinina the new Marine Resource Conservation Partnership (MRCP). as summarized below. Earlier this year the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection IDEP) created a formal oartnership (the MRCP) by sianina a Memorandum of Understandina (see additional attachment) with a mutual aoal to effectively manaae the marine resources of the State of Florida for the benefit of the public and future aenerations throuah non-reaulatorv saltwater recreational education and outreach proarams. Other interested stakeholders. includina local. state. and federal aoyernment aaencies. industry. non-aovernment oraanizations. and conservation oraanizations. are welcome to ioin the partnership. by sianina an Addendum to the MOU (see additional attachment). Continued on attached paaes. Please explain in detail the action you are asking the Commission to take (attach additional page if necessary): Reauest Collier County join the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership by sianina the partnership documents. Please find attached both the Memorandum of Understandina (MOU) between FWC and DEP. for reference. and the Amendment to the MOU to allow other stakeholders to join the partnership. The Amendment will be modified (where hiahliahted) as directed by BCC for sianina by BCC. Pubftc Petition Request Form.doc j Reauest to Speak under Public Petition Ac;enda item ~~o. 68 ,. Octoher :23. 2CJCi7 Page 3 of 7 Name: Jennifer L. Roaers Phone: 239-417-6310, ext. 232 Date of the Board Meeting you wish to speak~ October 23. 2007 Please explain in detail the reason you are requesting to speak (attach additional page if necessary): Continued - The formal partnership (MRCP) was the outcome of informal efforts by Collier County local aovernments, resource manaaers. and the boatina industry working toaether over the past year to deyelop proarams to address issues of arowina concern includina increased impacts to coastal resources by an increasina boatina community and visitors. Impacts have included increased volume of litter, pickina and tramplina of dune veaetation. improper disposal of human and pet wastes. disturbance to wildlife, and dearadation of marine habitat (i.e. propeller scars in seaarass beds). Althouah on the surface these impacts are all resource impacts. they have a potential neaative economic impact as visitor's and resident's enioyment diminishes and they decide to take their recreational dollars elsewhere. The proaram under current deyelopment is Team OCEAN (Ocean Conservation Education Action Network). which is a volunteer-based. one-on-one outreach and education proaram desianed to provide outreach in the user's element (i.e. on- water. on-island. at piers and boat ramps. etc). The aoal of the Team OCEAN proaram is to promote enioyment of coastal resources throuah conservation practices and safe boatina. The partnership does reauire a commitment to provide staff. services. eauipment. and/or fundina to the extent deemed appropriate by each respective partner. We realize each partner has indiYiduallimitations and we respectfullv reauest each partner determine their leyel of ability to commit resources (no minimum set. no fundina reauirement. Drovision of staff time sufficient). Over the past year. Collier County staff. (Doua Suitor and now Pamela Keyes in his place). have been aivina a couple hours of staff time per month to attend MRCP monthly meetinas. In addition. we have been initiatina efforts with other Collier County staff (Laura Roys and Kirstin Wilkie) to share resources to perform a boater survey. We'd like to see that input continue and hope the Commission will support those efforts by ioinina the partnership. Also attached are three paaes with slides used for a presentation about this proaram to the Collier County Environmental Advisorv Council. , . . !'\oenda Item No. '38 - October 23. 2007 Page 4 of 7 Memorandum of Understanding between The State of Florida, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and The State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection WHEREAS, Section 9 of the Florida Constitution Article IV establishes the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, hereinafter called FWC, to manage wild animal life, fresh water aquatic life, and marine life to provide for the effective conservation of those natural resources; WHEREAS, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, hereinafter called DEP, as staff of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund, manages the sovereignty submerged lands of Florida, which comprise aU the components of marine habitat; WHEREAS, DEP managed sites contain some of the most productive and popular saltwater recreation venues in the world including: 41 Aquatic Preserves that encompass more than 1,8 million acres of sovereignty submerged lands of the state; 160 state parks thatinclude 100 miles of sandy white beaches; 3 National Estuarine Research Reserves that include over 350,000 acres of the most pristine and productive estuarine ecosystems in thc nation; and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary that covers ovcr 2900 square nautical miles of diverse and unique saltwater fisheries habitats and species; WHEREAS, these sites attract millions of people every year, many of whom come from all parts of the world to participate in Florida'~ marine recreational.activities; WHEREAS, the agencics' complementary rcsponsibilities and authorities address the two major factors in marine resource conservation, which are the effective managemcnt of the habitat and thc harvest of marine organisms; WHEREAS, the accomplishment of each of these agencies' responsibilities is related to the effectiveness of their coUective efforts; WHEREAS, the coordination of efforts by these agencies shaU facilitate achievement of their mutual marine resource conservation goal; WHEREAS, both agencies have existing environmental outreach programs throughout the state aimed at informing the public about marine resource conservation issues and marine recreational opportunities; and, Agenda Hem ~~o. 68 October 23,2007 Page 5 of 7 WHEREAS, there are rapidly increasing demands on the marine resources and for information about those resources. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that FWC and DEP shall hereby establish the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership (MRCP) to effectively manage the marine resources of the State of Florida for the benefit of the public and future generations by designing and implementing non-regulatory saltwater recreational outreach and education programs through inter-agency coordination and cooperation in aceordancc with state-approved management plans, and contingent On available funding. THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that FWC and DEP shall solicit and welcome any other interested entities or individuals into the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership including local, state and federal government agencies, industry, non-government organizations, and conservation organizations that wish to protect the marine resources underthe guidelines established by FWC and DEP policies and programs. The inclusion of those partners shall be acknowledged by execution ofa Memorandum of Understanding by the authoritative party of the joining entity and the FWC and DEP project administrators, which will be included as an addendum to this document. IN WITNESS HEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this agreement on the dates set forth below. FOR FLORIDA ~TMENT OF ~El\'TAL PROTECTION: Michael W. Sole ~ ~ Date: ~~~t '?-/, ~,,-;z. Secretary (Signature) Florida Department of Environmental Protection ':~=e:H;:~::D~:;~J.S::~;;;~;~~~~:"".,." Executive Director ? (Signature) / / Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission . ;; Agenda Item No" 68 October 23" 2007 Page 6 of7 Memorandum of Understanding for the inclusion of -;;)7b'~ .~ ~ ~ " into the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership WHEREAS, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) established the Marine Resource Conservation Partnership (MRCP) to more effectively manage the marine resources of the State of Florida for the benefit of the public and future generations by designing and implementing non"regulatory saltwater recreational outreach and education programs through inter"agency coordination and cooperation in accordance with state-approved management plans with available funding; WHEREAS, FWC and DEP welcome interested parties into the MRCP including local, state and federal government agencies, industry, conservation organizations and other non-government organizations that wish to protect the marine resources under the guidelines established by FWC and DEP policies and programs; WHEREAS, The ~ has requested inclusion into the MRCP to assist with the endeavor of improving the conservation of the marine resources of the State of Florida by contributing to the design and implementation of non- regulatory saltwater recreational outreach and education programs through coordination and cooperation with FWC and DEP; WHEREAS, The ~ commits to provide staff, services, equipment, and/or funding to support MRCP efforts to the extent that they deem practicable; WHEREAS, FWC and DEP recognize that the conservation of the quality of the natural resources of the coasts of Florida is dependent on the commitment and involvement of all of the state's government entities, industry, organizations and citizens; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that FWC and DEP hereby include g ~~s~ljfi:iWilJ as a partner into the MRCP with equal rights and privileges. IN WITNESS HEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this agreement on the dates set forth below. ~ ll.genda item No. 68 October 23,2007 Page 7 of 7 FOR FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: Date: Florida Department of Environmental Protection FOR THE FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMISSION: Date: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Jij~~ . - Agenda Item No, 5C October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 13 COlLIER COUNIY MANAGER'S OFFICE 3301 East Tamiami Trail. Naples, Florida 34111. (239) 774-8383 . FAX (239) 774-4010 October 10,2007 Mr. Steve T. Olivera 590 12th Avenue NW Naples, FL 34120 Re: Public Petition Request to Discuss Purchase Agreement of Property Located Along the Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension Corridor Dear Mr. Olivera: Please be advised that you are scheduled to appear before the Collier County Board of Commissioners at the meeting of October 23, 2007, regarding the above referenced subject. - Your petition to the Board of County Commissioners will be limited to ten minutes. Please be advised that the Board will take no action on your petition at this meeting. However, your petition may be placed on a future agenda for consideration at the Board's discretion. Therefore, your petition to the Board should be to advise them of your concem and the need for action by the Board at a future meeting. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Board's Chambers on the Third Floor of the W. Harmon Tumer Building (Building "F") of the government complex. Please arrange to be present at this meeting and to respond to inquiries by Board members. If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office. JVM/jb cc: David Weigel, County Attorney Norman Feder, Transportation Services Administrator ,-- .I A.genda Item No, 5C October 23. 2007 Page 2 of 13 Reouest to Soeak under Public Petition Please print Name: Steve T. Olivera Address: 590 12th Ave NW Naples, FL 34120 Phone: 941-306-1308 Date of the Board Meetino vou wish to speak: October 23rd, 2007 Please explain in detail the reason YOU are reQuestino to speak (attach additional paoe if necessarv): Since April of this year I have been negotiating with the Transportation Department for the purchase of my property located along the Vanderbilt Beach road extension corridor. Those negotiations were conducted in good faith between Transportation officials and myself. An agreement was successfully reached and a written contract was signed and witnessed at my home on September 7,2007. Because of the unique situation involving my property the contract calls for an entire taking of my property. Located on my homestead are two structures, The first being my residence, the second consisting of a block and beam constructed building which is currently being used for storage which I intended to convert to a guesthouse for my elderly parents. Unfortunately the construction of the extension will require the removal of this structure. These facts coupled with the very close proximity of the extension to the only structure which can remain have caused a situation recommending a complete taking of my property. I am currently a disabled American, and have recently been diagnosed with advanced cardiac disease. Although I am less than satisfied with the purchase price, I believe that it is an acceptable compromise, which will permit me to move on with my life and avoid years of contentious litigation. I petition that you accept the Contract negotiated in good faith and supported by both the Transportation Department and myself. Please explain in detail the action YOU are askino the Commission to take (attach additional paoe if necessary): C:\Documents and Settings\Steve Olivera\Desktop\Public Petition Request Form.doc ~ .' Aoenda Item l\la. 6C " October 23. 2007 Page 3 of 13 PROJECT: PARCEL: FOLIO NO(s): VBR Extension 1162081 199 37543210003 PURCHASE AGREEMENT (For Improved Property) THIS PURCHASE AGREEMENT is made and entered into on this day of ,2007, by and between STEVE T. OUVERA, a single person, whose mailing address is 590 12" Avenue NW, Naples, FL 34120-6318, (herelnafter referred to as 'Selle"), and COWER COUNTY, a political subdMsion of the s_ of Florida, whose maDlng acldl8SS is 3301 Tamlaml Trall east, Naples, Florida 34112 (hel'llinafter referred to as "Purchase"). WHEREAS, Seller owns certain improved property located at 590 12" Avenue NW, Naples, Florida, and more particuiarty described as THE WEST 185 FEET OF TRACT 48, GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, UNIT NO. 19, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES nAND 78, OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF COLUER COUNTY, FLORIDA, together with all buildings, struelures and improvements, fixtures, built-in appliances, refrigerators, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, ceiling fans, floor coverings and window trealments (hereinafter refen8d to as 'Property"), free from liens; and WHEREAS, Purchaser requires a portion of the Property for right-of-way purposes as part of the Vandarbl" Beach Road Extension Project: and WHEREAS, because of the future proximity of the new roadway improvements to the Seller's residence, Seller wants to sell all of the Property to Purchaser; and WHEREAS, Seller desires to remain in possession of the residence and has requested the right to occupy the premises for a term of thirty (30) days following the date of closing, to which request Purchaser has agreed; and WHEREAS, Seller has agreed to sell and Purchaser has agreed to buy the Property subject 10 the terms and condnions 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 mutualty acknowledged, n 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 $ 403,500.00 (U.S. Currency) payable at lime of closing. None of this Purchase Price Is attributed to any personal property listed In the allached inventory. If this Agreement Includes an occupancy provision, the Purchase Price steted above will Include a deduction for aD occupancy fees due under the tenn 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 lhan December 31, 2007 unless ex1erided by mutual wrillan agreement of the . j Agenda Item No, 6C October 23. 2007 Page 4 of 13 parties hereto. The Closing shall be held al the ColUer County Attorney's Office, Administration Bulkfmg, 3301 Tamlaml Trail East, NapleS, Florida. Purchaser shall be entitled to pCl8S8SSion as of Closing, unless otherwise provided herein. Seller shall deliver the Properly In broom-clean and worklng 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 standalds 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 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 rllqulred by Section 1445 of the Internal Revenue Code and as required by the Iitie Insurance underwriter In order to insure the 'gap' and IIlSU8 the policy contemplated by the title Insurance commitment 4. A W-9 Form, "Request for Taxpayer IdentifICation and Certification" as required by the Intemal 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 TItie Company verifies that the state of the tltie to the Properly has not changed adversely alnce the date of the last endorsement to the commitment, referenced in 'Requirements and Conditions" below, and the Title Company is Irrevocably committed to pey the Purchase Price to Seller and to issue the Owner's titie policy to Purchaser In accordance with the commitment Immediately aftar 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 Its aole cost and expense, shall pay at Closing all documentary stemp taxes due upon the recording of the Warranty Deed, In accordance with Chapter 201.01, florida Statutes, unless the Properly is acquired under threat of condemnation, and the cost of recording any instruments necessary to clear Seller's title to the Properly. The cost of the Owner's Form B Tille Policy, issued pursuant to the Commitment provided for In Article 8, 'Requirements and Conditions" below, shell 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 Properly taxes shall be prorated based on the current year's tax with due allowance made for maximum allowable discount, homestead and any other applicable exemptions and paid by Seller. If Closing occurs at a date which the Page No. 2 ,l\ClBnja item ~~o. 6C ~ O~tober 23 2007 Page 5;)f 13 current yea~s millage is not fixed, taxes will be prorated besed upon such prior yea~s millage. F. In the event the Seller will occupy the Property after Closing, the sum of Two Thollll8nd five Hundred and NOI100 Dollare ($2,500.00) will be paid out of the SeIler's closing proceeds Into an intere81-bearing account under Purchaser's control to be held during the Selle~s occupancy In accordance with the provisions of Articfe 4B below. 4. OCCUPANCY BY SE'II I'll AFTER CLOSING A. Selle~s occupancy of the property may continue for up to thirty (30) days following the date of closing (the "Term" or "InUial Occupancy"). A fee of FIve Hundred and NOI100 Dollar. ($500.00) will be deducted from Sell81's net proceeds at Closing to cover the Initial Occupancy unless Seller has vacated the Property prior to ClosIng. In the event Seller and Purchaser agree in writing to extend the Term, an Additional Occupancy Fee will be required from Seller and shall be calculated by muUiplying the number of months of this Extended Term by a monthly amount of FIve Hundred and NOI100 Dollal'll ($500.00) for tha first three (3) months and then Two Thouaand and NONOO DOLLARS ($2,000.00) per month thereafter. This Additional Occupancy Fee must be paid to the Purchaser In a lump sum and no later than ten (10) days before expiration of the initial Term. If Selle~s occupancy is extended, all terms and conditions of this Purchase Agreement shall remain in effect during Selle~s extended occupancy of the Property. B. At Closing, if Seller has not vacated the Property, the sum of Two Thousand FIVe Hundred and NO/l00 Dollars ($2,500.00) will be deposUed into an Interest- bearing account as security for any damages suffered by the Property during the Seller's occupancy ("Security Oeposllj. The Security OeposU plus accrued Interest will be paid to Seller at the end of its Term of occupancy, less disposal costs, damages and repair costs. Upon the vacating of the Property, the Purchaser will have thirty (30) days to retum the Security DeposU or give Seller written notice of Purchase~s Intention to Impose a claim upon the Security OeposU. In the event Purchaser intends to impose a claim upon a part or all of the Security Deposit, it will provide Seller with an explanation of the damage, an estimate of repair and an accounting of the deposit balance, If any. C. If the Property is partiy damaged or destroyed by fire or other casualty not due to Selle~s willful or negligent act or that of anyone on the Property with the knowledge or consent (actual or implied), of Seller, Purchaser will make repalr as soon as reasonably possible. If the Property is rendered un-inhabitable due to fire, storm or other casualty, then this Agreement shall automatically terminate, with the sole duty of Purchaser then being to refund to Seller a portion of the occupancy fees paid at Closing (calculated by dividing the number of days remaining in the Term by the amount in Section 4A, aiong with the security deposit. plus accrued interest. Purchaser shall not be liable for any damage or injury to Seller and his or her property by reason of any fire or water damage sustained by Seller and his or her property, or by reason of the breakage, leakage, or obstruction of water and sewer lines or other breakage In or about the Property. D. Seller agrees to pay all utility services as they come due, Including electriclty, telephone, gas, cable television, water, sewer, and solid waste collection, and shall arrange for a final billing and payment at the time Seller vacates the Property. During Seller's occupancy, Seller shall keep the Property free from pests. Seller shell ensure that the air conditioning system is operational and that a reasonable room temperature is maintained unlll he vacates the Property. E. Seller wiD use the Property only as its primary residence. Seller is prohibited from allowing persons. other than his immediate family members, to reside on the Property. Seller may not assign its rights to occupy the Property or lease or sublet the Property. Page No. S ... ........- ..--- -_,j ___...t...___ ___"_'__.j._ ~L'_ ......._._ _,--_" _..__"-__ _.__.__ _._-' Agenda Item No, 6C October 23, 2007 Page 6 of 13 observable by Purchaser, or which have not been disclosed to Purcheser by Seller in writing and furnished to Purt:haser prior to the Effective Date of this AgrMrTllInt. B. Radon Gas. Florida law requires the following disclosure: Raclon Is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that, when It has eccumulated in a buHcling in sulficlent quantities, may present health risks to persons who are exposed to It over time. Levels of raclon that exceed federal and state gulclefines have been found In buildings In ROOda. 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 mltlgatlon having been performed on the Property. C. Lead BBBed Paint/Paint Hazards. If construction of the residence on the Property WBB 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 "Leacl-Based Paint and/or Lead.Based Paint Hazan:ls Attachment to Sales Contract: Disclosure of Information and Acknowledgement: D. Mold. Molds are commonly found both indoors and outdoors. Interior infestation by O8rtaln molds may cause property clamage and haalth problems for some peIBons. Seller has no knowledge of any molcl remediation having been performed on the Property. E. Warrantv. Except as to any facts or conditions disclosed to Purt:haser as required under Sectlon 5A above, Seller warrants that all major appliances and equipment; sprinkler, well, septic, healing, cooling, electrical and plumbing and security systems; major mechanical components; roof (including fascia and soffits); O8lllng; structural walls; foundation: swimming pool, spa and pool/spe deek; seawells; docks; boat IIf1s1davit8 and related electrical and mechenlcal components, " any (collectively "Systems and Equipment") are in Working Cond~ion. "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 pooVspa deck, if any, shall be considered in Working Condition if structurally sound and watertight. SeawaDs and docks, " any, shaH be considered In Wor1<ing Condition" 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 ~em, 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 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 BB there Is no evidence of structural damage or leakage. 6. INSPECTIONS A. Insoection Period. Purt:haser shall have 60 days from the Effective Date (Inspection Period) to have the Property and improvements thereon inspected at Purcheser's expense as follows: (a) Systems and Equipment, by an appropriately Florida licensed inspection company or licensed contractor, anel/or (b) radon gas, by a Florida certified radon measurement technician or specialist, anellor (c) Iead- based paint and hazards, by an EPA-certlfledlead exposure risk assessor, and/or (d) termites or other WOO<Hlestroying 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 Iscllltete inspections. B. EIectlon and Aesoonse. If any inspection conducted during the Inspection Perlod reveals: (1) that any Systems and Equipment are not in Working Condition, and/or (2) the presence of radon gas al a level In ex08ss 01 EPA action levels, and/or (3) the presence of lead-based paint or paint hazards required abatemenf under HUDlEPA protocols, and/or (4) the existence of active infestation by termites or other wood-destroying organisms and/or visible damage caused by active or pest infestation (collectively the "Defective Inspactlon Items"), Purchaser shall, within 15 days after expiration 01 the Inspection Period: (a) notify Seller of Page No. 5 j '. Agenda Ilem N16C October 23, 007 Page 7 f 13 any Defective Inspection Items, and (b) furnish to Seller a copy of the Inspection I report(s) documenting the Defective Inspection Items, and (c) notify Seller of Purchaser's election either to: (I) receive a credn from Seller at closing in lieu of I any repairs, replacements, treatment, mltlgatlon 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 e>epense prior to closing. If Purchaser elects to receive a credn, the amount of the credn 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 10 days prior to the Closing. If Purchaser eJects (I), Seller shall not be required to take any Remedial Action. If Purchaser makes no election, Purchaser shall be deemed to have eJected to receive a credn at Closing. C. Not later than 15 days from receipt of the written notice and inspection report(s) from Purchaser rSeller's Response Deadline"), Seller shaD notify Purchaser whether Seller will give Purchaser credit equal to the cost of repairs or take remedial action, whichever Is requested by Purchllll8r. If Seller refuses Purchllll8r's election by the Seller's Response Deadline, then Purchaser may terminate this Agreement within 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 Purchllll8r retains the rights set forth in SectIon 6.G. (Walk Through Inspection) below. If Seller falls 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 falls to timely report any Defective Inspection Items to Seller, Purchaser shall be deemed to have accepted tha 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. E, Remedial Action shall be deemed to have been properly performed if (1) the Systems and Equipment are placed in Working condltlon (as defined above), (2) radon gas within the residance 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 aU 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 completing tha Remedial Action shall be paid by Seller intc escrow at Cloaing 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 Condnion. If l~e costs do exceed fair market value, than either Seller or Purchaser may eJect to pay such excess, failing which, either party may terminate this Agreement upon wrftten notice. G. Walk-Throuah Insoection. Purchaser (or a designated representative) may conduct a walk-through inspection of the Property prior to Closing and prior to possession, to contirm: (1) completion of any Remedial Action agreed to by SelJar in Section 6.8 "Election and Response" above, (2) that the personal property llams which are being conveyed as pert 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 provida access and utilities service to the Property to faciiltate the walk-through inspection. H. In8oeclions durino Occuoancv. Purchaser may enter upon the Property with at least 24-hour notice to Seller for purposes of inspecting the Property for compliance with the terms of Article 4 of this Agreement or effecting repairs, Pogo No. 6 J Agenda Item No, 6C October 23, 2007 Page 8 of 13 7. RISK OF LOSS Seller shall maintain the Property (including wKhout limitation tha lawn, shrubbery, and landscaping) In the condition existing on the Effective Date until Closing or dale of Purchase(s possession, whichever is latar, except for ordJnery wear and tear and any Remedial Action agraed to by Seller under Section 68 above. Any future 1088 and/or damage to tha Property between tha Effective Date and the Cloalng or dale of PUrchase(s po88888ion, whichever Is earlier, shall be at Selle(s sole risk and expenee. 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 tha case may be, shall perform the following within tha times stated, which shall be condKions precedent to tha CIoaing: A. Within fifteen (15) days after the date hereof, Purchaser shall obtain as evidence of tllle an AL T A Commitment for an Owne(s TIlle Insurance Policy (ALTA Fonn 8-1970) covering the Property, together with hard copies of aU exceptions shown thareon. Purchaser shall have thirty (30) days, following receipt of tha title insurance commitment, to notify Seller In writing of any objection to tIlIe other than liens evidencing monetary obHgatlons, If any, which oblgallons shall be paid at cIoaing. If tha title commitment contains axcepllona that make tha tIlIe unmar1<etable, Purchaser shall deliver to the Seller written notice of lis Intention to waive tha applicable contingencies or to terminate this Agreement. 8. If Purchaser shall fall to advise the Seller In writing of any such objeclIons in 8elle(s title in tha manner herein required by this Agreement, the Iltte 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 title, except for liens or monetary obligations which will be satisfied at Closing. Seller, at lis sole expense, shall use lis best efforts to make such tllle 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 after expiration of said thirty (30) day period, may aocepl tKIe as II then is, waMng any objection, or may terminate the Agreement. C. Seller agrees to fumish any existing surveys of the Property in Selle(s possession to Purchaser wllhin 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 Stale of Florida. No adjustments to the Purchase Price shall be mada based upon any change to the tolal acreage referenced in exhibit . A," unless the difference In acreage revealed by survey exceeds 5% of the overell acreage. If tha 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 shall nollfy tha 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 tha Property from a public roadway. Purchaser shall have sixty (60) days from the Effective Dale of this Agreement to notify Seller in writing of any such objectlona. Should Seller elect nolto or be unable to remove the encroachment, projection, or provide legal access to the property within sixty (60) days from tha date of receipt of said noUlication, Purchaser, by providing written notice to Seller within seven (7) days after expiration of said sixty (60) day period, may accept tha Property as K than is, waMng 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 tha encroachment, or projection, or lack of legal access. 9. TERMINATION AND REMEDIES Paae No. 7 P\genda Item N .6C October 23. 007 Page 9 f 13 A. If Seller shaU have failed to perform any of the covenants and promlaes contained herein, which are to be performed by Seller, except for those provisions in Article 4, within fifteen (15) days of written notification of such failure, Purd1aser may, at its option, terminate this Agreement by giving written notice of termination to Seller. Purchaser shall have the right to seek and enforce an 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 falls 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, except for the terms and conditions in Article 4, provided Seller Is not in de/autt, then as Selle~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 Selle~s sole and exclusive remedy, and neither party shall have any further IiabHIty or obligation to the other except as set forth in Article 12, Real Estate Brokers, hereof. The parties acknowJedge and agree that Selle~s actual damages in the event of Purchase~s defautt are uncertain in amount and difficutt to ascertain, and that said amount of liquidated damages was reasonably 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. D. This Article does not apply to any defaults by Seller of the obligations contained In Article 4 of this Agreement. 10. SELLER'S AND PURCHASER'S REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES Seller intends for Purchaser to rety 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 aU tesks 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 instruments executed in connection herewith. and to consummate the transaction contemplated hereby. All necessary authorizations and approvals hew 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, n 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. Purchase~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. Seller represents that tt 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 relate to this agreement or any other property that could, n continued, adversely affect Selle~s ability to sell the Property to Purchaser according to the terms of this Agreement. Page No. 8 .Agenda Item No. 6C October 23, 2007 Page 10 of 13 E. No party or pelllOrl other than Purchaser has any right or option to acquire the Property or any portion thereof. F. Until the date fixad for Closing or as long as this Agreement remains in force and effect, Seller shall not encumber or convey any portion of the Property or any rights therein, nor enter into any agreements granting any pelllOn or entity any rights with respect to the Property or any part thereof, withoutlirst obtainlng the written consent of Purchaser to such conveyance, encumbrance, or agreement which consent may be withheld by Purchaser lor any reason whatsoever. G. Selier represents that they have (ft has) no knowledge that any pollutants are or have been dlschargad lrom the Property, directly or Indirectly into any body of water. Seller represents the Property has not been used for the producllon, handling, storage, transportation, manufecture or disposal of hazardous or toxic substances or wastes, as such terms are dellned 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 (ft has) no knowledge that there is ground water contamination on the Property or potential 01 ground water contamination lrom neighboring properties. Seller represents no storage tanks lor gasoline or any other hazardous substences are or were locatad on the Property at any time during or prior to Selle(s ownership thereof. Seller represents none of the Properly has been used as a sanftary landllli. H. Seller has no knowledge that the Property, andlor that Selle(s operations concerning the Property, are in violation of any applicable Faderal, State or local statute, law or regulation, or 01 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 nead for any work, repairs, construction, aIlerations or installation on or in connection with tha Property in order to comply with any laws, ordinances, codes or regulation with which Seller has not compliad. I. 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, conSll\lction, advertising, management, leasing, employment, service or othar contracts allecting the Property. J. Seller has no knowledge that there are any suits, actions or arbftratlon, bond issuances or proposals therefore, proposals lor 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, formal or intormal, existing or pending or threataned which affects the Property or which edversely affects Selle(s ability to perform hereunder; nor is there any other charge or expense upon or relatad to the Property which has not been disclosad to Purchaser in writing prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement K. Seller acknowladges and agrees that Purchaser is entering into this Agreement basad upon Selle(s representations statad above and on the understanding that Seller wlli not cause the zoning or physical condftlon 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 Properly and not to do any ect or omft to perform any act which would adversely affect the zoning or physical condition of the Property or Its intendad use by Purchaser. Seller also agrees to notify Purchaser promptly 01 any change In the lacts conteined in the foregoing representations and of any notice or proposad change in the zoning, or any other ection or nolice, thai may be proposad or promulgalad by any third parties or any governmental authorilies having jurisdiction of the development 01 the properly which may restrict or change any other condition of the Properly. Pogo No. 9 -, Aaenda item No. 5C .. October 23. 2007 Page 11 of 13 L. Seller represents, warrants and agrees to indemnify, reimburse, Clelend and hold Purchaser hannl9ss from any and an costs (Including attorney's fees) asserted against, imposed on or Incurred by Purchaser, directly or Indil1lClly, pursuant to or in comection with the application of any federal, stale, local or common law relating to pollution or protection of the environment which shall be In accordance with, but not Ilmiled to, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Uability Act of 1980, 42 U.S.C. Seelion 9601, at seq., ("CERCLA" or "Superfunel"), which was amended and upgraded by the Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act of 1986 ("SARA"), including any amendments or SUCC98sor In funcllon to these acta. This provision and the rights 01 Purchaser, hereunder, shall survive Closing and are not deemed satisfied by conveyance of tille. 11. NOTICES Any notice, request, demand, instruction or other communication to be given to either party hereunder shall be in wrllIng sent by lacsimlle with automated confirmation of receipt, or registered or certified mall, retum receipt requested, postege prepaid or personal derrvery addressed as follows: If to Purchaser: Transportation Engineering & Construction Management Attn: Kevin Hendricks, ROW Acquisition Manager 2885 South Horseshoe Drive Naples, Florida 34104 Telephone 239-213-5844 Fax 239-213-5885 Wtth a copy to: Heidi Ashton-Cicko Assistant County Attorney Office of the County Attomey Hannon Turner Building 3301 Tamlami Trail East Naples, ROOda 34112 Telephone 239-774-8400 Fax 239-774-0225 If to Seller: Steve T. Olivera 590 12th AVllnue NW Naples, Fl 34120-6316 The addressees, addresses and numbers lor the purpose of this ArtlcIe may be changed by either party by giving wrillen notice of such change to the other party In the manner provided herein. For the purpose of changing such addressees, addresses and numbers only, unl9ss and until such written notice is received, the last addressee and respective address slated herein shan be Cleemed to continue in effect for all purposes. Notice shall be deemed given in compliance with this Article upon receipt of automated fax confinnation or upon on the fifth clay after the certified or registered mall has been postmarked, or receipt of personal delivery. 12. REAL ESTATE BROKERS Any and all brokerage commissions or lees shall be the sole responsibnity of the Seller and shan be paid at Closing. Seller shall Indemnify Purchaser from and against any claim or liability lor commission or lees to any broker or any other person or party claiming to have been a procuring clause or engaged by Seller es a real estate broker, salesman or representative, in connection with this Agreement. 13. MISCELLANEOUS A. This Agreement may be executed in any manner 01 counterparts which Pogo No. 10 ..... '. Aoenda Item No. 6C - October 23, 2007 Page 12 of 13 together shall constitute the agreement of the parties, B. This Agreement and the tenns and provislons 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 tlUste&, 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 wr~lng and executed and dated by Purchaser and Seller. Any amandment 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 dellne, describe, extend or limit the scope or intent of this Agreement or any provisions hereof. E. All tenns 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 provtslon of this Agreement shall be eIlllCtive unless It Is in writing signed by the party against whom ~ is asserted, and any waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be applicable only to the specffic 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 specifl8d 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 fonn of a partnership, 6mited partnership, corporation, trust or any foon of representative capacity whatsoever for others, Seller shall make a written public disclosure, according to ~ 286.23, FIa. Stat., 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 Statutes, whose 8lOck Is for sale to the general public, il Is hereby exempt from the provisions of Chapter 286, Florida Statutes.) I. This Agreement is govemed and constlUed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. J. The Effective Date of this Agreement will be the date of execution of this Agreement by the last 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, sublease, or license any rights arising under this Agreement without the written consent of the Purchaser. N. The parties hereto agree and acknowledge that this Agreement is not a lease but rather a contract for occupancy (extended possession) of the Property as e condition of sale which is not subjecl to Chapter 83, Florida Statutes. The parties do not intend to invoke any of the obligations or remedies contalned In Chapter 83, and the tenns and conditions contained herein shall be construed In 8CCOIdance with the parties intent and shall be given their plain meaning without reference or application of ~ 83.43, Florida Statutes, or any other portion 01 Chapter 83. Pogo No. t1 r. .i\genja Item No, 6C October 23. 2007 Page13of13 " IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the patties hereto have executed this Agl1l8ll1llnt on the date first above written. Properly acquisition approved by Bce pursuant to Agenda Item No. dated AS TO PURCHASER: DATED: ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CIeri< BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: JAMES COLETTA, Chairman ~ii2-- Deputy Cieri< AS TO OW!l: DATED: -emZ7 4~__. Witness (Signature) J~ Approved as to form and ~~er~r A Heidi F. AShton Assistent County Attorney l.atAmMd;2I1107 Page No. 12 Agenda Item No, 8A October 23. 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 cxcess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aquaculture facility in the Agricuttural (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. CONSIDERATIONS: The petitioner requests approval of a Conditional Use for an excavation in excess of 4,000 cubic yards in order to crcate a lake for the raising of native fish as part of an aquaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district, as specified in Section 2.04.03 of the Collier County Land Development Code (LDC). As native fish aquaculture is a pemlittcd 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 permitted in the LDC, necessitating Conditional Use approval. Because the proposcd aquaculture facility site is surrounded on all sides by other Agricultural (A)-zoned properties and is approximatcly 3JlOO 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-frcc condition for the duration of the lake's excavation. FISCAL IMI'ACT: 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. - Thc 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 GrO\vth 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 10.02.07(C) of the Land Development Code, fifty percent (50%) of the estimated Transportation Impact Fees associated with the projcct are required to be paid simultaneously with the approval of each final local development order. Other fees Page 1 of 6 Aqenda Item No. SA , October 23. 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 impact fees and taxes collected are for informational purposes only; they are not included in the criteria used by Staff and the Planning Commission to analyze this petition. GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN (GMP) IMPACT: The subject property is designated Agricultural/Rural, Rural Fringe Mixed-Use District (RFMUD), Sending Lands on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan. The property is located within the Natural Resource Protection Arca Overlay (NRP A) as well as the North Belle Meade (NBM) Overlay. The RFMUD Sending Lands pcrmit aquaculture, and excavation 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 are those set forth in the RFMUD. Likewise, within the NBM Overlay, 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 NRPA 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 boundary 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 Grmv1h 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 conditions: I. The results of a Big Cypress Fox Squirrel survey and listcd plant species relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Clearing Notification approval. Page 2 016 .'.genda item No, SA October 23, 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 Planning Commission (CCPe) hcard 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: 1. Inconsistency with the Sending Lands designation of the Future Land Use Element. The CCPC asserted that the Sending Lands do not pennit cxcavation. Staff comment: As previously noted, the Sending LandI' do permit aquaculture, and excavation is necessary .Ii)/" the ereation of the aquaculturefacility. 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 Intennediate Aquifer. The CCPC felt that the proposed facility did not constitute an "extraordinary circumstance." Staff comment: It is the Environmental Services Department's position that this polic)' refers only to the ,Ipecif;c conditional uses referenced in Policy 3.1.1.1.. a. and g.. of which excavation 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 from 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 Environmentai Services Department contcm]l' that the excavation is nccesswT fo enahle an agricultural use. Furthermore. the proposed Conditional UsejiJl' an excavation is not cited as one to be granted only in extraordinary circumstance!.;, 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: Ii) address this issue, staff has included a development condition requiring the applicant to provide the requisite wildlife crossings beji)re the issuance of an excavation permit, with the exact number and design of the erossings 10 be determined at the time of site development plan approval. 5. The location of the project is within the Panther Primary Merit Zone. Slaff comment: the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has stated Ihat the project is not Page 3 of 6 ,l'qenda Item No, SA " October 23,2007 Page 4 of 91 likely to affect the Florida Panther. Nevertheless, as noted in the conditions for approval, staff has always recommended that the applicant be required to seek C(JI1sultation for necessary mitigation from wildlife agencies that will sign otffor construction on the site before the first Development Ordcr. 6. Uncertainty about the applicant's degree of commitment to actually construct an aquaculture facility, rather than simply excavating the site to profit rrom the sale of the fill. Staff comment: To bolster the applicant's assurances that he will indeed construct the proposed facility. statf has included a development condition requiring site development plan approval befiJre an excavation permit can be issued. However, as volunteered on the record at the CCPC hearing by the applicant's own agent, the greatest guarantee would be to stipulate that profitsfiYim the excavation be escrowed and not released to the applicant until a Certificate of Occupancy has been issuedfiir the aquaculture facility. Staff strongly recommends that the Board make this offer a condition (if approval. Because the ccrc did not recommend 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 detennination by the BZA must be based. The legal considerations are reflected in the ccrc evaluation of the listed criteria in Chapter I a.OS.D. of the LDC, and signed by each ccrc 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: 1. Granting of the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and the specific requirements govel1ling the individual conditional use, if any, have becn met by the petitioner and that, furthcr, satisfactory provision and arrangement has been made concerning the following mattcrs 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 properties 111 relation to noise, glare. economic or odor effects. D. As conditioned, the Conditional Use will be compatible with adjacent propeliies and other properties in the district. Page 4 of 6 Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 91 As noted in the attached staff report, this petition may be deemed consistent with the above listed criteria for approving a Conditional Use application, suhject to the development conditions contained below. RECOMMENDA nON: Staff recommends that the Collier County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) approve petition CU-2005-AR-8748, subject to tbe adoption of the following conditions: 1. The use is limited to that depicted on the Conceptual Site Plan (Exhibit C to the Resolution) identified as "Fawzy Aquaculture 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. 2. Approval of this Conditional Use shall not be construed as approval of the attached Conceptual Site Plan; the site plan shall be fonnally rcviewed 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 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 pelmit shall be issued until the SDP 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 the beginning date of cxcavation, as reponed in thc "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation," required to be submitted to thc County Manager or his designee. 5. All scctions 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 timc, as reported in the "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation" to be submitted to the County Manager or his designcc. Maintcnance of the roads shall also consist of all matcrial 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 A venue; the section on Fawzy Battisha Aquaculturc A venue. from the intersection of Ashraf Battisha Road to Dove Street; the section on Dove Street, from the intersection of Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture A venue to Frangipani Street; the scction on Frangipani Street, from the intersection of Dove Street to loth Street SE; the section on loth 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 his designee may add sections of road to the above list, at hislher discretion. 6. The permitted aquaculture facility shall be limitcd to native species within thc orders of Ietaluridae and Palacmonidae. If a modification to the products allowed by Aquaculture Certificate Numbcr AQ5421 03 7 is made, it will require approval from Collier County Environmental Staff. Page 5 016 Agenda item No, SA October 23, 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 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 the site. 10. On-site water wells shall not to be used to till, replenish, or cycle water through the proposed aquaculture lake. 11. The applicant shall provide wildlife crossings per the North Belle Meade Overlay requirements of the GMP, with the number and design to be detennined at the time of Site Development Plan approval, subject to review and approval by the County Environmental Services Department. PREPARED BY: John-David Moss, AICP, Principal Planner Dcpartment of Zoning & Land Development Review Page 6 of 6 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page I of I Agenda Itern No 8A October 23, 2007 Paye 7 of 91 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SA fhis itelll to be heard at 100 p.111 Tllis item continued from tile October 9, 2007 meeting. Petition CU-20Uri-AR.8748, Ashraf r:awzy, represented by Wayne Arnold, AICP, of Q Grady Minor & !\ssociates, P.A., rf'quesling approval of a Conditional Use in the Rural Agricultural tAl zoning dislrictto excavate in excess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aquaculture facility in Ule f\gricultural (A) zonin~l district. per Section 2,04,03 Table 2 of the Land Development Code (LDC) Hle subject property, consisting of approximately 15,08 acres, is IOcf1ted at 2U60 Tobias Slre81. in Section 22, TOWI1Ship 49 South Range 27 East. Collier County, f~l(JIida 10123/20079:00:00 Afv1 Prepared B,y John-David Moss Community Development & Environmental Services Senior PI;'HltlPr Date Zoning & land Development 9/18/200712:38:59 PM Ap)lrOHd By Judy Puig Community Development & Environmental Services Operations Analyst Community Development & ErlVironmental Services Admin. Date 9/19/20071:17 PM Al'provccJ By Marlene StCWi1rt Community Development & Environmental ServiceS Exr,cutive Secretary Date COllllllunity Dev(~loplllelJt & EnvinHll1l!'nhll Serv!{:es Admin. 9/19120074:35 PM A,ppro,'cd B)-' Ray SI!llow5 Community Development & Elwironmcntaf SNvices ChiC!f PlallllCf Date Zoning 8. Land Develf)pmcnt Review 9/20/2007 7:42 AM Afll)l'OVCcJ Hy Sw;an Murl<lY, AICP COlllllHlnity DC'velopment & Environlllentill Services ZOllill9 & Land Development Director Date Zoning & Laml Development Review 9/20/2007 4~26 PM Apl)rH"ccJ H,y Joseptl K. Schmitt Community Development & Envirollmenti'-ll SNvicflS ComlTlllllily DeveloplTlE'nt ,'), Envirollnlpntal 3ervir;es Adlninstrator Date Community OcvelopmC'nt & Environmpnhll Services A(lrnill. 9/25/2007 2:09 PM Ap)H'oved H)-' OMB Coordinator Administralfvf' Serviens Applications Analyst Date Informal ion Tec:htloloqy 9/25/20073:17 PM AI)lll'ond Hy Mark Isack~.,ol1 COllnty Mall(1(.ler's Office Budget Analyst Date Office 01 Mall;1qem'C'nt & BlId~let 9125120074:20 PM Approved B)-' ,James V. Mudd Board of County Commission,"rs County ManagCf Date County Manaqer's Office 10/13/200711:10 AM K~t:II\..ld ILi:::illl-JU. OK . OJ::tober2LZQ07 _ AGENDA rrF:M1Kct of 91 .. Co~"Y 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 (FA WZY AQUACULTURE FACILITY) PROPERTY OWNER/AGENT: OWNER: Ashraf Fawzy 2224 Heritage Greens Drive Naples, FL 341 19-3310 AGENT: Alan V. Roseman Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A. 3800 Via del Rey Bonita Springs, FL 34134 REOUESTED ACTION: The petitioner is rcquesting approval of a Conditional Use (CU), as specified in Section 2.04.03 of the Collier County Land Dcvelopmcnt Code (LDC), to excavate in excess of 4,000 cubic yards of earth for an aquaculture facility in the Agricultural (A) zoning district. GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: The subject property, consisting of thrcc parcels and totaling x15.08 acrcs, is located at 2060 Tobias Strcct, approximately two miles s()uth of Golden Gate Boulevard in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, Collier County, Florida (see location map on the following page). PURPOSEIDESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 'Ibe requested Conditional Use would enable the applicant to constlUct a lake as part of an aquaculture facility for the raising of native fish. As native fish aquaculturc is a pennitted use in the Agricultural zoning district, it is the proposed excavation for the facility's lake, which would require in excess of the maximum 4,000 cubic-yard excavation thrcshold permitted in the LDC, necessitating Conditional Use approval. CU-2005-AR.6746 Page 1 of 10 <r---..,..- ",00> -,,- .0 ,0> >..N <V Cii "- Ol _<vro -,00" roo "0- C" <VO :! z ",2 !:!i ",0 9 < < :rNlIG.I#1H / ____ _ lC"" ~ p I, I. ~ai , . -~.. 1 ,....J- , . 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Grady Minor & Associates, P.A. and dated January 2005, as revised through June 30, 2006, the proposed aquaculture facility would be comprised of an 8.85-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 comers of the site, well easements would be dedicated to the County. SURROUNDING LAND USE & ZONING: North: Unimproved property, zoned Agriculture (A) East: Unimproved property, 7"oned Agriculture (A) South: Unimproved property, zoned Agriculture (A) West: 70-foot access easement; then unimproved property, zoned Agriculture (A) ~ SUBJECT PROPERTY ZONING MAP GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN (GMP) CONSISTENCY: The subject property is designated Agricultural/Rural, Rural Fringe Mixed-Use District (HFMUD), Sending Lands on the Future Land Use Map of the Grov.1h Management Plan. The CU-20D5-AR-8748 Page 4 of 10 Agenda Item i'-Jo. SA October 23. 2007 Page 12 of~J1 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 pennit aquaculture, and excavation is a 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 NBO, the underlying designation (RFMUD, Sending) detennines 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 boundary of the NRPA, or to the Urban Area," Based on the ahove analysis, the proposed Conditional Use may be deemed consistent with tbe Future Land Use Element ofthe Growth Management Plan. AERIAL PHOTO CU-2005-AR-6746 Paij65 of 10 Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 13 of 91 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: I) 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 and egress to the p.-operty 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. CU.2005.AR.B74B Page a of 10 ^.@€r\da.ltem No, SA October 23,2007 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 Use is defined in the LDC as a use that, "due to special circumstances, is not permissible 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 effect on neighboring properties in terms of noise, glare, economics or odor. 4, Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district. The subject site abuts otlJer Agricultural-zoned land and is approximately 3,000 feet from the nearest residential home. Aquaculture is a permitted use, and excavation is an indispensable 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 AOVISORY COUNCIL RECOMMENDA nON (EAC): At their February 15, 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 011 JUIlC 6, 2007 and unanimously recommended approval (8-0), subject to the following conditions: J. 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 pemJits 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 lakc. These recommendations, as modified, have been incorporated into the development conditions CU.2005-AR~748 Page 7 of 10 Agenda Item No. 8A October 23. 2007 Page 15 of91 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 werc 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 surrounding neighbors of trucks hauling material from thc 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 matetial 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 maintenance. Mr. Migliazzo stated he was supportive 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 Appcals with a recommendation of approval subject to the adoption ofthe following conditions: 1. The use is limited to that depicted on the conceptual site plan identified as "Fawzy Aquaculture 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. 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 (SDP) process. No vatiances from any LDC requirements have been grrolted as part of thc acceptance of the subject site plan. If it 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. 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 beghming date of excavation, as reported in the "Annual Status Report for Lake Excavation," reqnired to be submitted to the County Manager or designee. . I I I ._. 5. All sections of roads impacted by trock traffic generated by the excavation activity shall be maintained by the oWller of the subject site in a dust-free condition for the length of excavation time, as rcported 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. SA October 23. 2007 Page 16 of 91 on Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue, from the intersection of Ashraf Battisha Road to Dove Strcct; the section on Dove Strcet, from the intersection of Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture A venue to Frangipani Street; the section on Frangifani Street, from the intersection of Dove Street to lOth Street SE; the section on 1 at 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 ahove list, at hislher discretion. 6. The pcmlittcd aquaculture facility shall bc limitcd to native spccics within thc orders of IctaJuridae and Palacmonidae. If a modification to the products a1lowcd by Aquaculture Certificate Number AQ5421 037 is made, it will require approval from Collicr County Enviromnental 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. TIle results of a Big Cypress Fox SquirrcI sUTVey and listed plant species relocation shall be provided within 60 days of the Agricultural Clearing Notification approval. 9. Copies of all required agcncy 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, CU-2005.AR-8748 Page 9 of 10 Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Page 17 of91 PREPARED BY: ~'fl- .-19-0 n.- JOHN-DAVID MOSS, AICP, PRINCIPAL PLANNER DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 7/I],J07 DATE RE ZKOW SISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY 7-0-7 DATE D V. BELLOWS, ZONING MANA J ENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 7-/2.- 07 DATE ~ Yh. /L;'~ Su,gAN MURRA Y ISYENES, AICP, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW / L//; /07 ATE ' APPROVED BY: ~A. 7/L?47 H K. SCHM TT ADMINISTRATOR -- { DATE MUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION l .1'1, ...... ,X]t"'""'.-....... MARK P. TRAIN, CHAIRMAN 8'- z ro~ OAT CU-2006-AR-8748 Page 10 of 10 <c-~ room 0_ ON 0 Ze0~C:O "N~ <D"-CJ..) _"'01 -,Q '" moo... "0- c" ",0 OJ < v DaIHX3 .---, . W . o > -! CO W I- <( (;) Z w o -! o t.:) > <( W 0::: :::::> I- -! :::::> W ~ U I- (j) <( (j) :::::> - 0 Z <( <( D- <( Cl I .'\ Z [/) ,'\ <( I- ,",- ~ 0::: I- l..1.. <( CO .---, >- 0 MS .IS H10L N 5: 0::: <( <( l..1.. I '---' '1S (j) SVI801 I- . I- <( OJ l..1.. <( 0::: I (j) <( '---' . . a.. <( ~ ~ >- z I- - Z - () - > Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Page 19 of 91 APPLlCA nON FOR PUBLIC HEARING FOR: CONDITIONAL USE Petition No.: Date Pctition Rcceived: Commission District: Planner Assigncd: ABOVE TO BE COMPLETED BY STAfF 1 . General Information Name of AppJicant(s) t\,sl!xaf Fawzv Applicant's Mailing Address 2224 Heritage Greens Drive City Naples State Florida Zip 34119-3310 Applicant's Telephone # (139) 59Gc~059 Fax # Applicant's [-Mail Address: Namc of Agcnt Alan V. Roseman Firm O.Gradv Mjn_or,Q,:_,6"ssociates, P,;\' Agent's Mailing Address 1 1 940Fairw<;l\ Lakes Drivc, Ste. 6 City f{)J1JIJY,e,rs Slate Floricla Zi 33913 P ~~,__,___ Agent's Telephone # (139) G90-4380,.m, ... _ ___,Fax # (239) 768-0291 ^uenl's E-rvluil Address: arosenlalv(l',pradvminol'.colll o _.._..._.___.~_._._._'-Ct _m __...>- "' Be aware that Collier Coun!\' has lohbyisl regulations. C,uide yourself accordingly and ensure that you are in compliance with these regulations. ..\.PI)I.ICATIO:"i fi(H{ Pl nt.le 111':'\Rl"t~_.!l!H_!Jl.~PJJJ<)~c\l, (SE ,-I/I~f'lJ Agenda Item No, 8,l; October 23,2007 COLLIER COLJNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Page 20 of 91 DEPARTMENT OF ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 2800 N. HORSF:SHOE DRIVE - NAPLES, FL 3-H04 PHONE (941) 403-2400/FAX (941) 643-6968 Complete the following fllr all Association(s) affiliated with this petition. (Provide additional sheets if necessary) Name of Homeowner Association: N/A Mailing Address City State _ Zip Namc of Homeowner Association: Mailing Address _ City State '_~ Zip Name ofIIomeowner Association: Mailing Address __City __ State _ Zip_, Name of Master Association: Mailing Address City State Lip Name of Civic Association: Mailing Address __.,,___''. City __ State _._ lip 2. Disclosure of Interest Information: a, If the property is owned fee simple by an I[\;DIVIDlJ!\L. tenancy by the ~ntir~IY, tenan~y in eomll1on. or joint tenancy, list all parties with an OIvnership interest as well as the percentage 01' sllch interest. (lJs~ additional sheets if necessnry). Name ancl Address Ashraf Fawzv 2224 lIeritage GI~fDS Drive Naples. Fl. l-+ 119-331 (~ , r~t'Cclltagc of U\\'lH::r~hip 100% .\I~l'ucxno:\' FOR 1'( 'UI.I(' IIF:..\I-U:--;(; FOR ("O.,\f)IT10:'\,\I, t 'SE _ -I/''''/IIJ ~ b. Agenda Item No. SA October 23, 2007 Page 21 of 91 If the pro pert: is owned by a CORPORATION. list the officers and stockholders and the percentage of stock owned by each. Name. Address and OlIie. Perc~ntage of Stock c. If the property is in the name of a TRUSTEE. lisl the beneficiaries of the trust with the percentage of interest. Name and Address Percentage of Interest d. If the property is in the name of a GENEH.i".L or LIMITED I'ARTNERSIIIP, 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 ot'ticers. stockholders, bcncliciaries. or partners. Nnlllc and Address Percentage or Ownership Date of Contract: ~\I'rLlf:-\TIO.\' FOR PI"Ill.1( ~Hr.\IH"C Hm. ('O"OITlO'.\L {SF - ,~!lJ/ft1 Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 L If any contingency clause or contract terms involve additional parties. 1fflle iff! of 91 individuals or ot1icers. if a corporation. partnership. or trust. Name and Address g. Datc subject property acquired (X) leased ( ):lO/L~!Q2 Term of lease _yr./mos. If, Petitioner has option to buy, indicate date of option: terminates: _, or anticipated closing date and date option h. Should any changes of ownership or changes in contracts for purchase subsequent to thc datc of application. but prior to the date of the final public hcaring. it is the responsibility of the applicant, or agent on his behalf, to submit a supplemcntal disclosure of interest form. 3. Detailed ICl!aI description of the property covered bv thc 3JlDIication: (If space is inadcquate, attach on separate page.) If rcquest involves change to morc than one zoning district, include separate legal description for propel1y involved in each district. Appiicant shall submit four (4) copies or a recent survey (completcd within the last six months, maximum I" 10 400' scale) ifrequired to do so at the pre-application mecting. NOTE: Thc applicant is responsible for supplying thc correct Icgal description. If questions arise conccrning the lcgal description, an engineer's cet1ification or scalcd survey may he required. Section: ---1L~, Township: 49 Range: 27 Lot: , Block: 22.23 .24 Subdivision: LQQ___~_ Plat Book Page #:u___,__~~ Property: OI,l)J}5,1lI,l004. 0011256005 & 0031256006 Metes & Elounds Dcscription: Lcual Description As Provided: TI:!'uYV,!I'_QfJh!;_NI/2. (lX thc S y,. of the NY,. of the S Y,,_oJjhcJ\E :/,: Icss thc West :;5 feet thcrcof. dcdicatedlc)r rO.<!Q,Pllrposes: and the Vi Y, orthe S ~/,. o('the S ,1',_Qfthe N Y'",Qfthe_~ y,. oUhc]\iL y~: Icssthe West :;5 feet tl',creo(,,,,iedicated IC11' road purposes: al1d \V 'I, or the NY,. or the N 'Y,. of the S Yo. or the S Yo. or the l\LX,;,l9~thc 'v.'6cst}5 fcctthcreof. c1eclicated,loj'road purposes. all iI';nu 'lw:LQeinginsecl,on 22. [o,,"ship 49 south, ran1!C 27 I':"st. Collier Countv. florid!l, APPUCA Tlo.' FOn. Pl-UI.I(. IIF.-\HI'\G FOR ('O'nITIO'.\I. I-SF: _ -I/1~fOj 4. Size of property: 197.4!t. X 1321.011. ~ Total Sq. Ft. _ Acres \ 5.08 Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Page 23 of 91 5. Address/2enerallocation of suhiect property: 2060 Tobias Street 6. Adiacent zonin!! and land use: Zoning Land use NAG Vacant S AG Vacant E AG Vacant WAG Vacant Does property owner own contiguous property to the subject property? If so. give complete legal description of entire contiguous property. (If space is inadequate, attach on separate page). N/A Section: Township: _ Range: Lot: Block: Subdivision: Plat Book Page #: Properly: Metes & Bounds Description: "" 7. Tvpc of Conditional Use: This application is requesting conditional use # CU-AR-8748 of the ;\G district for IfYI'r: 0[' lSLi Extraction Present Use of the Property: Vac~mt 8. Evaluation Criteria: Provide a narrative statement describing this request 1'01' conditional use. NOTE: Pursuant to Section 2.7.4. of the Collier County Land Development Code, stairs recommendation 10 the Planning Commission and the Planning Commission's recommendation to the Board of Zoning Appeals shall be based upon a finding that the granting of the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest and that the specific requirements governing the individual conditional usc. if any. have been met. and that fUl1hcr. satisfactory provision and arrangement have been made concerning the c\PI'UC\TIO' FOR prBLlC nF.,-\Rt'\C FOR CO:\"[)ITIO:\"AL r.I.a:. .an~IOJ Aoenda Item No. SA "October 23.2007 following matters, where applicable. Please provide detailed response to eachPOO't~ of 91 criterion listed below. Specify how and why the request is consistent with each. (Attach additional pages as may be necessary). a, Describe how the project is consistent with the Collier County Lund Development Code and Grovvth Management Plan (include information on how the request is consistent with the applicable scction or portions of the future land use clement): LDC allows excavatj,o.!.ls as~a, <:sJnditional us~j[ the e,x<;,avation amount is in exce~s of 4,000 cu. vd. The subject pronertv is designated A~riculture on the Fllture Land Use Map of the Growth ManaQement Plan. The requested conditional use is consis1ent with the Collier Countv LDC. b. Descrihe the existing or planned means of ingress and egress to the property 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: InQress and E~ress to the propeliv wil] be from Golden Gat~_ Blvd, South on SW ] 0'1> Strcct 10 Franl.!ipani. West to Dove Street. South to an unpaved road (FawzvBattisha Aquaculture A vel West to a cleared easement ( Ashraf Rattisha Road) and South tQJlSQRertyJSee Attached Exhihit .'A"). c. Describe the eilecllhe condition~li use will have on neighboring properties in relation to noise. glare. economic impact and odor: The only elfect & the conditions use wil1hll~ on neighborinl.! pr,921SJ;tiv,,-"will be the removaIi,lflllC matcrial from the excavation of th~--,,\guacultllrc l.ake which should be approximatelv a six (G) month to a veal' process. The nearest residence rrOl11 thc sitc is apgro~il11a[clv3,OOQ_ctfe~t" d. Dcscribe thc site's and the proposed use's compatibility \lith adjacent properties and other propertics in the district: The proposed use or the propertv is for Gencral Native Aquaculture. This is a_,gllllli!tjl)kllscj)1lht'~i\Q dis)licJ-,vhit'IL~llglIJQullding pmperti~s are in. e. Please provide any additional inl()!"!llation "hieh )'oulTIay reel is relcvam to this request. Onc,~Jhe_ cc!nstrI.lt'lion of the Ink" is complete the stockin~ of the !ish wiil take glace with approximatelv lith (50) cages being constructed and put in plnce with AI"'U(:ATIO:'\ FOR Pl"IH.fC HE:\IU\:G FOR co:'\nITIO'\;\I. l SE ~..Vl"IOJ Agenda Item I~o, SA October 23,2007 about 1.000 fish per cal.!e. The actual harvesting will take plage about everv 4-6 fi'ffllttJi's'i of 91 with onlv small deliverv trucks being used to transport fish to customers. The accompanying site plan shows the possible location of one (I) residential strueture with adiacent parking along with one (I) future location of processing area. Freezer 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 cQ"j unction with the operation and not for out?J;le uses. The existing access easement to the site has already been cleared and Fawzy Aquaculture wi II construct the necessary roadway to thc proiect. Fawzy Aquaculture will also be responsible for the maintenance repairing of the aceess route during the process of removing the excess material from the site. 9. Deed Rcstrictions: The County is legally precluded from enforcing deed restnctlOns; however, many communities have adopted such restrictions. You may wish to contact the civic or property owners association in the area for which this use is being requested in order to ascertain whether or not the request is affected by existing deed restrictions. 10. Previous land usc pctitions on thc subicct property: To your knowledge, has a public hearing been held on this property within the last year? If so, what was the nature of that hearing? NO II, Additional Submittal rCQuiremeuts: In addition to this completed application. the following must bc submitted in ordcr for your application to be deemcd sufficicnt, unless otherwise waivcd during the preapplication meeting. a. A copy of'the pre-application meeting notes: b. Twenty (20) copies of a 24" x 36" conceptual site plan [and one reduced 8Y'" x II" copy of site plan]. drawn to a maximum scale of I inch equals 400 feet. depicting the following [Additional copies of the plan may be requested upon completion of staff cvaluation for distribution to the Board and various advisory boards such as the Environmental Advisory Bomd (F.AB), or CCPC!; . all existing and proposed structures and the dimcnsions thereof. . provisions for existing and/or proposed ingress ancl egress (induding pedestrian ingress and egress to the site and the structure(s) on site), ilPPLlC\TIOS fOR PlIH.lC IIE.\IU\G FOB. co,nITIO\,.\1. \SE.- MI4/t1J Agenda Item No, 8.A, October 23, 2007 · all existing andlor proposed parking and loading areas [include matrix indic~tJRg 26 of 91 required and provided parking and loading, including required parking for the disabled], · locations of solid waste (refuse) containers and scrvice function areas, . required yards, open space and preserve areas, . proposed locations for utilitics (as well as location of existing utility services to the site), . proposed and/or existing landscaping and butTering as may be required by the County, · location of all signs and lighting including a narrativc statement as to the type, character, and dimensions (such as height, area, etc.): c. An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), as required by Scction 3.8. of the Land Development Code (LDC). d. Whether or not an EIS is required, two copies of a recent aerial photograph, (taken witbin the previous twelve months). minimum scale of one inch equals 400 feet, shall be submitted. Said aerial shall identify plant and/or wildlife habitats and their boundaries. Such identification shall be consistent with Florida Department of Transportation Land Use Cover and Forms Classification Systcm. e. Statement of utility provisions (with all required attachments and sketches); f. A Traftie Impact Statement (TIS), unless waived at the pre-applicationmeeling: g. A historical and archeological surveyor waiver application if propcrty is locatcd within an arca of historical or archaeological probability (as identilied at pre- application meeting): h. The petitioner must provide a Ictter of no objcction from the United States Postal Service prior to submittal of the application. Please colltact Robert M. Skehe. Grovdh Managemenl Coordinalor at: L.S. Postal Serviee 1200 Goodlette Road I\aples. l'lmida 34102-9998 Phone (239) 435-2121: Fax (2J9) 435-2 I 60 i. Any additional rC'luircmc11lS as may be applicahle to specitie conditiollal uses and idcntitied during the prc-application mceting_ inclucling but not limited to any required state or federal permits. Bc adviscd that Scction 2.7.203.2 (3) of thc Land Dcvelopmcnt Codc rcquires an applicant to remove their public hearing sign (s) after final action is taken hy the Board of County Commissioners, Rased on the Board's final action on this item, please remove all public heal'ing advcI'tising sign(s) immcdiately. Al'PLlC\Tlo.\ FOR PCRLIC IlL\RI\c; FOn. CO'\rHTlO\Al. I,sr _ .JII.JIIJ] Agenda Item No, SA October 23. 2007 Page 27 of 91 STATEMENT OF UTILITY PROVISIONS FOR CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST 1. NAME OF APPLICANT: AshrafFawzv 2. MAILING ADDRESS: 2224 Heritage Greens Drive CITY ZIP 3. ADDRESS OF SUBJECT PROPERTY (IF A V AILABLE): 2060 Tobias Street 4. LEGAL DESCIUPTlON: Scction: 22 Township: 49 Rangc: 27 Lot: Block: 22.23.24 Subdivision: 100 Plat Book Page #:_ Property 1.0.#: 00312560004. 003125iiJI05. & 0031256006 Metcs & Bounds Dcscriptiou: See Attached Lellal DescrijJtion 5. TYPE OF SEW AGE DISPOSAL TO BE PROVIDED (Chcck applicable system): a. COUNTY UTILITY SYSTf:M 0 b. CITY UTILITY SYSTEM 0 c. FRANCHISED UTILITY SYSTEM 0 PROVIDE NAME d. I'ACKAGE TREATMf:NT PLANT 0 (GPD capacity) e. SEPTIC SYSTEM X 6. TYPE OF WATER SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED: a. COUNTY UTILITY SYSTEM b. CITY UTILITY SYSTEM c. FRANCHISED lTlLITY SYSTEM I'ROVIDE :'\lAME d. PRIVATE SYSTEM (WELL) o o o x ._\llPIICATIO' FOH N"Hl.!C HEARl"; nm CO'DITlo.\.-H. lSE - -I/1-1m3 Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Page 28 of 91 7. TOT AL POPULATION TO BE SERVED: 2 ERCS 8. PEAK AND A VER,<\.GE DAILY DEMANDS: A. WATER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY B. SEWER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY 250 250 9. IF I'ROPOSING 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 wel! 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. 1 I. 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 facilitics in accordance with all applicable County ordinances in effect at the at time. This statemcnt shall also include an agreement that the applicable systcm 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 waleI' and sewer systems. 12. STATEMEl\T 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 {I'OIll any provider other than the County. a statement from that provider indicating that there is adequate capacity to serve the project shall he provided. t'lilit~.I}r()vj,i!ln SIHtl'IIIl'IlIIU't 10/1:1<)7 AP')L!C,.\TI(f\ FOl~ Ill'DLlC IlF\HI.'\(; FOR CO'IHTIO",\ll 'Sf - 4!l4mJ COLLIER COUNTY GOVERNMENT DEPT. OF ZONING & LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW WWW.COLLlERGOV.NET 6968 Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 29 of 91 2800 NORTH HORSESHOE DRIVE NAPLES, FLORIDA 34104 (239) 403.2400 FAX (239) 643- (i) CU-2005-AR.8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13105 MICHAEL DERUNTZ CONDITIONAL U~~1>tTITION '. ' ".'. :" ..e. ,. '. - ,~- PRE-APPLICATION MEETING NOTES & SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST Date: G' ~ . 0$ Time: ,: 1"5 Planner: 0.....0' \.,)1t'- VA.-t F...... Project Name: F It tv 2.>f. A mt.) c:ft. LeJ l~ r Project AddrjLocation: II 8.3 4 G Ip;o~ ~ ,,+ Applicant Name: 1\). \-.f"~ ~ o,,\.U~ Phone: :17 J- ~ ;). S 44- Firm: ~J M ~""''l<c.. Type of Petition: C\J Current Zoning: ~ Owner Name: ;1 s'r\<'e. \?- c:' 0" w z.../ . Owner Address, 'd- ~ ~ v,"'~r'.-\-'1~~ ~y-e.", \ dy,/ Phone: :2 '2,c;- .')7)- ,)2,4'1 ~e~#rig A#\ill.&e~~: (!!H~c~ ~iggf1!$h~\ld SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: [gj. 20 copies of Application, completed \8- (1 ....JclitiollOl ~'W't ;r lo......de.a in th.e Bey6Rera/Cett............y TrlQo!:}l,=, R=J~;;"..wl....t'IU~1I1 Art;y) 4 Igj One (1) Addressing Checklist signed by Addressing Dept ' ~ 20 copies of Pre-application meeting notes ~ 20 copies of Conceptual Site Plan 24" X 36" plus (one B V, X 1 \ copy) t8I ~ Two (2) Copies of Deed(s) Completed Owner I Agent Affidavits, Notarized Four (4) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), o(wafv;') FIve (5) Aerial Photographs (taken within the previous 12 months) JJjA- 1 " I I .....Q ~ g] a Aaenda Item No, 8A - October 23.2007 Page 30 of 91 Seven (7) Traffic Impact Statement (TIS), or waiver Four (4) Historical and Archeological Survey, or waiver t . \.,.\ Copies of State and/or Federal Permits ~ :;:s.?~ e Fg"r (<I) ^ ..~Rltril;t..red R91=1~.o.rlng nf. Prl"lri"'l!:"Arl ~trllrt.... Electon1c copy of all documents and plans (CD ROM or Diskette) Letter of no obieclion from the United States Pastal Service. Contact Robert M. Skebe at (239) 435-2122. Pre-application Fee $500.00 (Applications subml"ed 9 months or more after the date of the la.t pre-app meetlns shall no! be credited toward. application fees and a new pre- application meeting will be required.) D $4,000.00' j-- $ 1 50.00 $300.00 D $729.00 D $363.00 D $1,600.00 OTHER REQUIREMENTS: o o o o Application Fee Fire Code Revlew Comprehensive Planning Consistency Review Estimated Legal Advertising Fee - CCPC Meeting Estimated Legal Advertising Fee - BCC Meeting [any over- or under-payment will be reconciled upon receipt of Invoice from Naples Dolly News). EIS Review, if required *$1500.00 If flied In coniunction with a rezone petifion NOTES: ~ri?.J uJ J+::L.JJC("J ,\d~\O"'~ clJL-\trIY'\I\.C-\,~\4'\ '-DC..- 10 ' 03 - ris B - F .QW ~ I vU:.M.ENTS: I-fex_o NE1GH &I'2.HDCl:> f /J R;l2/h1t-77 CJI.J M~N&' ~IU f rf~=~~ ~~~11fue~~ PUg f:,: K.,uJ UJ . ' .'.f!; {', . . A1 (;;2.., '4 leI it o >0.;0 1',(( (J . I/(e.,. Mf~ ".\~iu II-. ~ S4./.1J ~S. Owner/Agent Signature Date 2 ~6 ') I ,,; ,,> "'N 2m --0 ,"0 "0- "'U wO Ol <( ~ . ~"',': ,'.' ',' , ':.. ~".."';.~"". ; ,- ",'(:;':''':-~'' - ,~," =&""""5;" . '; ',', : ~.......':'.: ~>";j ; JJ ' ". :~;:1i;j'.:i. . ~ z \f\ffi Ow .:E 'lI1'" _0 . w \9~ Q ',f\ \> J ~ J\~ . <. '" ~ 3 ~ ~~ .t \' , ~ ~ ~ -.. w :E <-~ z !J w .... o ~ Q., c::: LlI Z Z <( .... Ct.. o w Z ~ Vi on <( ~ .;;: Cll c::: - c: ell E a. ~ ~ > ell Q " c: tl .... oil tl) c: .2 o N .... o - II) c: II) Cll ell E -ti - " a <( a. Cll '0 Q ~ w ~ (Il ..Q mE :::I Z Cll c: o ..c: 0.. ] " " !fi a,::. Q. Q' <( .... :( ~. Ji~' . "": .'" =..~~\..-" . LLI. ,'. ~;E' ;3... :zt ....' 1M'~ OJ. X' c:..' ... o ?l N Oi ,; ~ N o in 05 .;; Q) Of> 'S: Q) ~ " o '0 tj W :c CIl ~ z: o (jj 'i E .E 0. 0. 'j: ~ ~ " <;! (:) w =E <( z ADDRESSING CHECKLIST Agenda Item No, 8A October 23,2007 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 PRIOR TO PRE- APPLICATION MEETING. Not all items will apply to every project. Items in bold type are required. I, Legal description of subject property or properties (copy of lengthy description may be attached) _~_~-z...-: t...f9 - '2-r f ~ d-d--. '&.3 ':;)Lj , 2. Folio (Property ID) number(s) of above (attach to, or associate with, legal description ifmore than one) ---<:2tJ31-;;{t"L( OOOl..o, OO::>>~:.5'Co DOCS- 003\ ~(n ooOOLf P.,,('c-e.-\ ~'-\' 0" c<-\ d ~' -fJc-r(~\ d~ 3. Street d ess or addresses (as a Iicable, if already assigned) 4. Location map, showing exact location of project/site in relation to nearest public road right-of-way (attach) 5. Copy of survey (NEEDED ONLY FOR UNPLA TIED PROPERTIES) 6. Proposed project name (if applicable) 7. Proposed Street names (if applicable) 8. Site Development Plan Number (FOR EXISTING PROJECTS/SITES ONLY) SDP 9. Petition Type - (Complete a separate Addressing Checklist for each Petition Type) DSDP (Site Development Plan) o SDPA (SDP Amendment) o SDPI (SDP Insubstantial Change) o SIP (Site Improvement Plan) o SIPI (SIPI Insubstantial Change) o SNR (Street Name Change) o Vegetation/Exotic (Veg. Removal Permits) o Land Use Petition (Variance, Conditional Use, Boat Dock Ext., Rezone, PUD rezone, etc.) c;:j Other - Describe: (o",-~\-\-1'o __\ 1.>--\ e o PPL (Plans & Plat Review) o PSP (Preliminary Subdivision Plat) o FP (Final Plat) o LLA (Lot Line Adjustment) o BL (Blasting Pemlit) o ROW (Right-of-Way Permit) o EXP (Excavation Permit) o VRSFP (Vcg. 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) I ] . Please Check One: 0 Checklist is to be Faxed Back 0 Personally Picked Up 12. Applicant Name ~.r~_B::vJ ~T, Phone Fax 13. Signature on Addressing Checklist docs not consti ute Project and/or Street Name approval and is subject to further review by the Addressing Section. CU-2005-AR-8748 PROmCT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13/05 MICHAEL DERUNTZ FOR 8T AFF USE ONLY Primary Number J I 'b S Address Number ~Z3- Address Number ...., \ <6<.( Address Number Approved by JL~_,f ~____ Date \ 0>. S' - D5 " EXHIBIT" A" FAWZY AQUACULTURE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 2007 Page 33 of 91 C>- E ~THE WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTH 1/2. -0 OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. CcDEDICATED 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. 8 DEDICATED FOR ROAD PURPOSES: AND WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF V; THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF, DEDICTED (; FOR ROAD PURPOSES, ALL LYING AND BEING IN SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 49 SOUTH. RANGE 27 EAST C>- . COLLIER COUNTY, FLORDIA. c o E Q) U1 o ~ o ::;: A lD o N co o o N '"""- r-. '"""- n Q) . -0 o ::;: "" '" -0 --" ..or: o w --' 0- w.. ..or: /' ., ~ u <{ LD ;: -<.,. J "- /' "" c Q) .L.. o ~ 0. /' . ~l ~){'n \ 0''''''- 13 Agenda I,tem ,"0;:.L " October 2:!. 2U0'1 Page 34 of 91 A 5 /--1 /(.4 F FA W Z( 13 "L)TTI s ff A )<-DAD :\ \';'\" ~.~ ,:,. 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SA o October 23.2007 CU-2005-AR-8748 Page 44 of 91 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12113105 ~C~~i~~;~T~ j{tler~ AFFIDAVIT WelL _Ashraf Fawzy being first duly sworn, depose and say that wel! 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 supplementalY matter attached to and made a part of this application, are honest and true to the best of our knowledge and belief Wel! 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 Wel!further authorize _Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A._ to act as our/my representative in any matters regarding this Petition. Signature of Property Owner /1 ~Iwl \S ~'.'-'i Signature of Property Owner Typed or Prillted Name (J!Owner !~ S ,H Ply F (/9 Lv L( Typed or Printed Name of Owner , ~ The foygoing 'Ilstrume(!t wiE/acknowledged before me this ~ day of Jf 0' J' 20 ~ by /'.....-t-. 4-., . who is personallv known to me or has produced -- _._ _as idel ti catioll. - State of Florida County of Collier -~~.~---- (Signature of Notary Public - State of Florida) ------, ..''''''. '\ . " - - ,. -'''''' ~'V". ~ p.._.r:.:\,."",)..::.;.:.I~'" l;').~~ M'l' ':."J'~;I,:,:2~:.:::N j." :-':j?~470 ""1-or P.tJ.... ~:;~~!--,..:::_ -.'J~>.r,~ 2& iOO1 '.eoo.:}.NQ~ ':-". :.:' ",,','~:.Ir~ ,/l,aaClO. Co. APl"UCATION FOR PUBLIC HEAR[NG FOR CONDITIONAL USE ~ 4/14/03 ~ .l' 8 ~ (j .~ PREPARED WITHOUT OPINION BY: GARY 1. HAUSLER, ESQ. 950 North Collier Blvd., Suire 301 Marco Island, Florida 34145 w 3281422 OR: 342"gM~a Oc&~eIM~A IlCOlD!! I' &I!ICIAlIIC&lIIS of COL\1li~m1?::n 2007 lalll/llol .t OI:!l1Il OIIGl1T I. BlOet. amoe '4~ of 91 em moo.1I lIem 1.00 D&C.,10 m.l& ittn: Folio Nos. 00312560005/00312600004/00312640006 tSIIIO lULl GO!J.),JIllGllCl I HCIlJP WARRANTY DEED This Warranty Deed, made this -1.Sl:h day of Dc toher , 2003, by JOSE L - SANTACRUZ and THELDRA F. SANTACRUZ, Individually and.. Trustees under the Jo,.1. And Theldra F. Santacruz Revocable Living Trust dated March 16.2001, whose post office address i, 3214 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, FL 33607, hereinafter called the Grantor. to ASHRAF A. FA WZY, a married man, who,e po,t office address is 2224 Herilng<: On:on Drive, Naples, FL 34119, hen:inaller called the Grantee.: Witnesseth: That the Grantor, for and in consideration of the sum ofTen and no/IOO Dollars and other good and valuable considerations, rn:eipi whereof is hereby acknowledged, hereby grants, bargains and sells aliens, remises) releases, conveys and confirms unto the Grantee all tbat certain land situate in Collier COWlty, State of Ftorida) viz: cj ~ >= " :z: .... ~ r: z << a: << => '"' .... ~ .... ;:: '" :z: S ~ The West If, of Ibe North y~ of the Soulb V, of the North If" of the South v" of the Northe....t V.; less the West 35 feet thereof, dedicated for road purposes; AND The West II, of1he South V, of the Sou1h \oS of the North II, oflbe South V, of the Northeast v.; less the West 3S teet thereof, dedicated for road PlUJloses; AND The West \oS of the North V, of the North y, of the Sooth V, of the Northeast \0\, less the West 35 feet thereof, dedicated for road P~iJli!>g and being in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 27 Eas~ of the Pub tt~OO.vcounty, Florida. Subject to easements, r-drictions ~ "\.; tions orroto~..(1- or lhe current year and. thcreafLa. THIS IS VACANT LAND ~ H NOR IS IT CONTIGUOU T~' TOGETRER,witn&tlthetenc 0 c I d ~elon 'rrg'orlnB.llywisC',Ilppertaining. AND.Gmnlorsdohl:rcbyco t-', withsaidGrnnleesthat eG nto ~ awfu}lysciz:edofsaid land in fee li:imple; that the Qranlom have . gb1 and lawfW a~o U d-Wnvc)' said land, and ~y warrant ti= tiUc to said land 1lI.lQ wnt d ~ againat tho: law . r4.ll p:<:TWn5 whomsoever; and that s.nid land is free ofllli encwnbnwces, ex ~f~~~L~~ CWTCnt year. ""l'fq "': G;y" . IN WITNESS WITEREOF, r.aid Grantor has $igll 'ai;i! ~h~<t~t prr:stnts the OilY a year first lIoo\'O:: wnttl:n. ~~~ J 1. SANT AC tUz, Individually and as~ru tee c~J THELDRA F. SANTACRUZ" !ndividually and as Trustee I:'u~~~a ~\!i~l .' *~i~\\ld___ WilnC$t "2 Print Name STATE OF FLORglA, - -.. h COU1'\'TY OF W \\S~ 8 . The foregoing instrument WlL' acknowledged before me this 6th day of octobor ,2003, by JOSE 1. SANTACRUZ and THELDRA F. SANTACRUZ, Individually IUld as Trust... under the Jo~ I. And Theldra F. Santacruz Revocable Living T~ted March 16,2001, who is personallyblOwu tome orp,.......ented ;;~ '''~~~""n~iL~ ~i lie Signature CU_2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13/05 "1'fItAEL \'IERtfH'f~/ / / C~,..,:)/I.n C\.. (/a. /erCJ /\genda Item No, 8A October 23,2007 Page 46 of 91 ~ UNITED STIlTES '-!5ii POSTIlL SERVICE November 1, 2005 CU-2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DATE: 12/13/05 ~L BEIUf!l0 '/ ~/I.'~<" ~/"-r-C'"" Alan V. Roseman Q. Grady Minor & Associales, P.A 3800 Via Del Rey Bonita Springs, Fl. 34134-7569 Letter of no objection, Collier county Conditional Use Property 1.D. #00312640006, 00312560005 and 00312600004, The Postal Service has no objection to delivery in your development, pending the mode of delivery in which we win establish in accordance with your approved P.D.D. All new developments are to be" Centralized Delivery". Call me for location of boxes. 435-2122. Sincerely, ~~ Bob Skebe Growth Management ; .,', RECEIVED NUV 0 2 2005 Q. Grady;",. . & As!)ocia\eoS ,,' w.Pt.ES ldAIN OFFICE 1200 GOOOlETTE RO N NAPlES,FL34102-9008 1;\proj-eng\rAWZY\15Acre\MCP\15ocre.dwg, SITE. 3/22/2006 11:05;45 AM, arose man, plotstamp1, p t Agenda Item No, 8A , ,::: '-I' L1 \ a \ ---, t::: ' October 23, 2007 L.-. ,,~. 1.::;1 L:. Page 47 of 91 < > n - z - ---1 -< , Z ~ -l Ul > U ,..-." )> (J) I ::::0 )> ,., OJ )> -I -I TOBIAS ST. (/) ,..-." I ,., )> )> ::::0 ~ 10TH ST. SW 0 N -< '--'" OJ )> ,., -I ::::0 ~'" -I )> (J) Z I G) - :-.:: ~ )> u . )> )> Z 0 - C (J) (j) )> -I -I 0 fTl C I -I C :;:0 I'l )> G) o I o fTl Z G) )> -I fTl OJ I < o < fTl '--'" Aoenda Item No. 8A - October 23,2007 Page 48 of 91 CU-2005-AR-8748 PROJECT #2005050011 DA TE: 12/13/05 MICHAEL DERUNTZ STATEMENT OF UTILITY PROVISIONS FOR CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST 1. NAME OF APPLICANT: _Ashr'af Fawzy 2 _ MAILING ADDRESS: _2224 Heritage Greens Drive CITY Naples ZIP 34119-3310 3. ADDRESS OF SUBJECT PROPERTY (IF AVAILABLE): 11CO T....I-.:'f 4. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Section: _22_ Township: _49_Range: _27_ Lot: Block: Subdivision: Plat Book Pagc #: Property I.D.#:_See attached Iist_ Metes & Bounds Description: _Sec attached Icgal 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. PACKAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0 (GPD capacity) e. SEPTIC SYSTEM rxJ 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) rxJ APPLICATION FOR PURl,le: HEARING FOR CONDITIONAl" VSE - 4/14103 7. TOTAL POPULATION TO BE SERVED:_2 (dwelling units)_ B. PEAK AND AVERAGE DAILY DEMANDS: A. WATER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY _500 GPD_ B. SEWER-PEAK AVERAGE DAILY _400 GPD Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 49 of 91 9. IF PROPOSING TO BE CONNECTED TO COLLIER COUNTY REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM, PLEASE PROVIDE THE DATE SERVICE IS EXPECTED TO BE REQUIRED: NIA 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. 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 CXlnstruction of these facilities in accordance with all applicable County ordinances in effect at the at time. This statement shall also include an agreement 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 providcr other than the County, a statement fi-om that provider indicating that thcre is adequate capacity to serve the project shall be provided. UHIlty Provision Statement RJM 10/17/91 APPLICATION FOR punLlC HEARING FOR CONDITIONAL lISE - 4/14/03 CONDITIONAL USE APPLICATION SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST THIS COMPLETED CHECKLIST IS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH PACKETI Agenda Item t'Q, SA October 23,2007 Page 50 of 91 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS #OF NOT COPIES REOUlRED 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 noteslminutes 20* X 5. Conceptual Site Plans (including (1) 8-1/2 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 Surveyor Waiver 4 X Application 11. Copies of State andlor Federal Permits 4 X 12. Architectural Rendering of Proposed Structure(s) 4 X 13. Application Fee = $4000 - Comprehensive Plan Consistency Re\iew = $300 Fire Code Review Fee = $150 Check shall be made payable to: Collier County Board of Commissioners X 14. Electronic copy of all documents and plans 1 X -, - 15. Letter of no objection from the United States Postal 1 X Service .~--- -.-- - 16. Other Requirements - * Documents required for Long-Range Planning Review AB the authorized agent/applicant for this pe.tition, I attest that all of the information indicated on this checyJist is included in this submittal package. I understand that failure to include all necessary submittal information may result in ili""s::r;' ,@", )1 ~;f,~ Applic t/Agent Signature APt-UrATION FOR PUBLIC HEARING FOR CONDfnONAL USE - 4f14103 Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 HOOVER PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT. INC:51 0191 Land, Environmental & Traffic Planning Consultants 3775 Airport Road North, Suite B, Naples, Florida 34105 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) !'ro j eet: FAWZYAQUACULTURE 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. SA October 23, 2007 , tP.#1i'Eh~c\li\J?c1 Collier County Environmental Impact Statement rage 2 of J9 ( ElNlRONMENTAL lMPACT STATEMENT JO.02.02 Submittal Requirements for All AppllcatioI1S 4. Information required for application. a. Applicant information. i. Responsible person who wrote the EIS and his/her educaLion end job re.lated environmental experience. Jeremy Sterk, B.S., Aquatic Biology, 13 years job related experience. A resume is attached. ii. Owner(s)/agent{s) name, addr~ss, phone number & e-mail address. Ashraf Fawzy 2224 Heritage Greens Drive Naples, FL 34119 Email: Ashrafnaolcs@aol.eom b. Mapping and support graphics. i. Gene;r.Bl lucatjon map. See attached site location map (EXHIBIT I). ii. Native habitats and ttleir bounrlarics ldcntifj.ert on an ~eriaJ photograph of lhe site ext~ndirlg at least 200 f~et outside the parcel tloundary. This uoer; not mean the applicant i.s required to go on to adjoining pr.-operties. Habitat identification con~islent wilh the florida Department of TransportatioJl FJ.orida T,and Use Cover and Forms Cla8~ification System (r.LUCCS) .shall be depicted on dn aerial phot.oqraph having a scale of one inch equal to at least 200 feel wh~n avail.able from the County. Otller scn18 aerials may he used where appropriate for the size of the project! provided the photograph and ovprlays are leqible at the scale provi.d8d. A legend (or each of LIle FLUCCS r:alegories fourld on-site shall be i.ncluded OIl the i1er iuJ . 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 ~;''' X 11" sheet (l "=200') with black and white FUJCCS mapping for clear reference (EXHI13IT 1), The maps are entitled "fawzy Aquaculture-fLUCCS Mapping". Both maps detail FLUCC:S mapping 200' outside the property boundary. The mapping outside property boundaries was clone thrDugh aerial interpretation. ii.L. Topographic map dnd 8xist.ing drainage pat.t.eLns if applicable. ltJhere possi.ble, elevations within each of FLC)CCS categories shall be provided. Site elevations average approximately 11.5' NGVD. See attached survey with topographic mapping (EXHIBIT 4) provided by Q. Grady MillOI' & Associates. There are G:\IlJ> Project r:;1~s"lO{)',\3~l} ErlVj,onm.~IQI As"'s\m~"', 3\389.010 r~wz)" A<"I"ncu:wrel21ld S"b"'ill~I\ENVIHONlvll:.Nl'Al.IMPACT SJ;\TEMENT S.I-{l7dQl: Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 PafJe 53 of 91 FawZ} f\quaculture Collier County Environmental Impact Statemellt Page 3 of 19 multiple elevations in each FLUCCS community. Drainage is generally from the northeastlo the southwest. iv. Soils map at scale consistent with that used for the Florida Department of Transportation F~orida Land Use Cover and Forms Classification System determinations. Soils lines have been digitized fi'om the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) map of Collier County. A map detailing the soil types found on the subject property is included at a scale of 1 "=200' and is attached on an 8 Yo" X 11" sheet. The map is entitled "Fawzy Aquaeultllre-NRCS Soils Mapping" (EXHIBIT 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. (EXHIl3IT 6). Currently water flow in the area is to the south \ southwest. Water on the site will be controlled by a small pcrimeter berm and dcsigned for zero surface water dischargc offsite. vi. Development plan including phasing program, service Dr8a of existing and proposed public facilities, arId existing and proposed transportation network in the impact area. See attached Mastcr Site Plan, provided by Q. Grady Minor & Associates, PA. Puhlic Facilities Being agricultural in naturc, this projcct is not expected to ercate additional dcmand for public facilities Transportation Ngtwork The applie~U1t has agreed to improve the condition of Dove Tree road (private) as part of hauling off matcdal dug from the proposed aquaculture facility. Thc site will generate traffic during the cOllstJ'llction phase of the aquaculture lake, but once construction is complete traffic gencrated is expected to be insignificant. A regional aerial is included that shows how the Fawzy property will be accessed (EXlIlBIT 6B). There is no additional clearing necessary to the proposed route. vii. Site plan showing preserves on-sjt~, and how they align with preserves on adjoining dnd neighboring properties. Include on the plan locations of proposed and exiRting developmRnt, roads, ~nd areas for stormwater retention, as shown on approved loaster plans for thRse sites/ as v..'ell as public owned corlservation lands, con~ervation acquisition areas/ major flowways and potenti.al wildlife corridors. The proposcd agriculturalllse of this propcrty makes it exempt from indigenous preserve requirements. Property immcdiately around this parcel is currcntly undeveloped. U:\tIP I'roje.:l Fj:e~\lOO's\)8:).E~viro""'cIlLaI A.,ses;;menl, 1\389.Q70 hw'-} ,\qtJ,wllme\2ruJ Slrhrrriu"IU:.""NVIRONMt::N l'I\L IMl'ACT ST A T.E.MENT j-I-U7,.Joc A,genda ItefTI No, SA October 23, 2007 Fa~;!ilJu;;S"lllfrc91 Collit:r COUIl[Y P.IlVironmclltallmpllct Stalemcnt Pflge 4 of 19 v.i.ii. For properties in lhe RLSA or RF~1U districts, a site plan showing the location of the site, and land use designations and overlays as identified in the Growth Management Plan. The Fawzy parcel is located in the Rural Fringe Mixcd Use district and is classified as Sending LandsINRPA. See attached map entitled "Fawzy Aquaculture - "(RMFU) North Belle Meade Overlay & Parcel Location" (EXHIBIT 7). c. Project description and GMP consistency d~terrnination. l. Provide dn overall description of the project with respect to environmental and water management issues. Project Description The Fawzy Aquaculture project proposes construction of an aquaculture facility for growing native fish. It will consist of a large lake and locations for future equipmcnt I storage I processing buildings. The project proposes using the "deep lake" method of raising fish in cages. An aquaculture certification has been obtained from the Florida Departmcnt of Agriculture and Consumcr Services for raising catfish (lclaluridae) or Shrimp (Palaemonidae). The applicant cxpects to raise catfish. Methodology for raising the catfish will be similar to that dcscribed in the attached Soutl1em Regional Aquaculture Centcr (SRAC) publication about Tilapia, entitled "Cage Culture ofTilapia" (EXHIBIT 8). The Fawzy project will not be raising Tilapia, only using similar mcthods as those deseribcd in the publication. A second Publication entitled "Cage Culture, Site Selection and Water Quality" (EXHIBIT 9) is also included for reference. In addition, thc project will closely following the guidelines laid out in the attached State of Florida "Aquaculture Best Management Practices Rule" (EXHIBIT J 0). The aquaculture ce11ificate is attached (EXHIIlIT II) Environmental Issucs The property is locatecl in the North Belle Meade and is elassified under thc RFMU as NRP A Sending Lands. The parcel is locatcd within primary panther habitat. II also contains pine flatwoods habitat that may be suitable for other listed species such as fox squirrels. Existing Site Conditions Listed below are the FLUCCS communities identified on the site. The following community descriptions cOl1'espond to the mappings on the attached FLUCCS map. See Florida Land Use, Cover and Forms Classification System (DepaItmcnt of TranspOltation, Surveying & Mapping Geographic Mapping Section, 1999) for clefinitions. Unimv/'oved Affricuilural LC1l1g!iLELU,CCS. 212, 0.61 Acres G\HI'I"c'!C\;1 Fik~\100'>\J~9-EII,'i,u"IlI~nl~1 Allenm"nb JI339.010 hwq Aquacullure\2nd Submilu.l\ENVIRONl\.iENTAI, IMPACT STA TFMENT 5-1-07.duG Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 55 of 91 Fawzy Aquaculture Collier COUllty Environmenlallmpact Statement Pngc S of 19 This classification is found in a small swath that runs n011hwest 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. GrOlUldcover is dominated by a mix of pasture grasses. Pine Fla/woods, FLUCCS 411. 13.00 Acres This community makcs 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. COMMON NAME NAME STRATUM 411 - Pine Flalwoods Dom inanl Pinus ef/iotti pine (slash pine) canopy Sabal pulmeuo cabbage palm canopy Common Vilis rotundifnlia muscadine grape vine Smilax spp. Smilax vine !lex cassine dahoon holly mid-story rJrena lobata Caesar weed ground cover Toxicodendron radicans poison ivy vme Occasional Melaleuca quinquenervia* melaleuca canopy Humelia celastrinQ bucktholll mid-story Taxodium ascendens pond cypress canopy Fi/ob/ephis rigida pelmyroyal ground coyer Schinus terehinthifolius* Ilrazilian pepper mid-story i\1yrica ceJ'!faa \l,'ax myrtle mid.srory Serenoa I'epens saw palmetto mid-story *invnsive exotic Melaleuca Invaded Pine Fla'wood,~, FLUCCS 411/424, 1.48Acres This community is found in the nOl1h p011ion of the parcel. Canopy is dominated by slash pine with mclaleuca in densities that vary from approximately 25 to 50%. Midstory includes scattered saw palmetto, sumac, myrsine, sapling mehileuca, and buckthol'll, Other vegetation present includes grapevine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pennyroyal, and smilax. NAME COMMON NAME STRATUM u:\111> ProjeCll'ilcl\)()(rs'Ul('i.El1viwllmelllal As~csmllmt~.)'.:18<)-O?O F~wl.Y ^l'JlJ~wltlJT~\2T1d Suhmillal\ENVJRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT 5.1.01 doc 411 - Pine FIHtwoods Dominant Pinus elliolli lvfe/aleuca qut'llquenef1fia* Sabai palmelto COmn19!1 Vitis l'otundifolia Smilax spp. flex cassine Urena lobata Toxicodendron radicans Occasional Bume/fa celastrina Taxodium ascendens Piloblephis rigida Schinus terebinthifolius* lvlyrica cerifera Serenoa repens pine (slash pine) melaleuca cabbage palm muscadine grape Smilax dahoon holly Caes.ar weed potson ivy buckthorn pond cyprcss pennyroyal Brazilian pepper wax myrtle saw palmcllo Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Paoe 55 of 91 rawzy i\quacullure Collier COllllty Envimnmentallmpncl'stalemenl Page 6 of19 canopy canopy canopy vine vine mid-story ground covel' vine mid-story canopy ground cover mid.story mid-story mid-story ""invasive exotic Impact Areas: The entire parcel is expected to be utilized for the aquaculture facility. Preserve Areas: The agricultural operation may leave some vegetution in tact, but is not proposing any formal preserves. Water Managcmcnt Svstcm Issucs \Ocscription There ure no water management issues on this property. The wet season water table was recorded ut 9.50' NGVD. The existing ground is approximately 11.50' NOVD. The site is proposed 10 be bermed at 12.50' NGVD. The 25 year storm event at 8.5"/day was modeled with thc SFWMD Volume IV softwme and it crowned out at an elevation 10.66' NOVD 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 storm event at 10.5"/day was similarly run and it crowned at 10.92' NOVD at 72.8 hours. The allowable discharge is 0.15 cis/acre and as can be seen li'om the ubove models we are proposing ~.ero (0) discharge. ii. Explain how the proj~ct i.8 consistent with each of the Objectiv~s and Policies in the Conservation dIld Coastal Har:aq~ment Element of the Growth Managernerlt Plarl, where applicable, Goal 6 and Ooal 7 ol'the Conservation and Coast'll Management Element of the Growth Management Plan arc most applicable to the Fawzy Puree!. Those objectives and policies are detailed below: G 1Hl' f'n.>jtCI File&'dOO'$IJg'J-F.[\y;rL)O<l1cotlol ^~;CI\"IePtS I'Jg<j.070 F~\\Izy Aqu.clIlt"'c.\2nrl SubmillaI\ENVIRONMl'.NTAr,l:vl1'ACr STAIEMENT ~_I.01 doc Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Page 57 of 91 Fawzy Aquacultur.c CQllier County Envitonmcntal impact ~tntcmcn1 Page 7 fir 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 through the application of minimum preservation requirements. The following policies provide criteria to make this objeclive measurable. 'fhese policies shall apply to all of Collier County except for the Eastern Lands .study Area, for which poU cies are required to be adopted by November 1, 2002. Policy 6.1.2: For thp. County's Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, as dOBignated on the FLUM, native vegetation shall be preserved on site through the applica.tion of the following preservation and vegetation retention standards and criteria: Preservation and Nutive Vegetation Retention Standards: a. Receiving LandR~ A minimum of 40% of the native vegetation prescnt, not to exceed 25% of the total si.te area shall be preserved. b. Neutral Lands: A minimum of 60% of the nDtive vegetation present, not to exceed 45% of the total site area sha',l be preserved, except that, fOT Section 24, Township 49 South, Range /.6 East, located in the Norlh Belle Neade OverJ.dY, a minimum 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 hil]her value or 80% of the native vegetation present, or as may uthen"JisG be permitted under the Den.sity Rating provision.'> of the FLUE; d. NRPA Jending Lands: Calculated at the higher value of 90% of the native vcgetatiori present, or as may otherwise be permitted under the Density Blending provisions of the FLUE... The agricultural nature of the proposcd operation make it exempt from native vegetation requirements as outlincd in Policy 6.1. See attachcd Agricultural Classification approved by Collier County in 2006 (EXHIBIT 12) Policy 6.1.4: Prohibjted invasive exotic vegetatiun shaJ.l be removed from all new developments. (l) Applicants for development !?f;:;:rmi ts sllall submj t and implement plan.'> for invasive exotic plan removal und long-Lerm control. (2) Maintenance pl~ns sllall describe specific techniques La prevent re-invasioIl by prohibiLed exotic vegetation of the .site in perp~tuity. (3) The County nhall maintain a list of prohibited invasive exotic vegetation in the Land Development Corle and updat_l: it as nec::essary. G:\HP P!aj~cl f"1Its\:100's\J89-ErJ\llronmtl1lal Assessments 3\389-010 flWl.y Njlllculture\2nd Sulmli11~I\ENVIRONMENTM.IMP^CT !,TATEM'F.N'f 5"I-OJ,doc Agenda Item No. 8A October 23,2007 Page 58 of 91 FflWZY Aquaculture Collier Connty F.llvironmelltallmpact Stl1t.ement Page 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 requirements corltai.ned in policies 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 of this element provided that any new clearing of land for agriculture shall not be converted to Ilon- agricultural 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 6.1.7: The County shall require native vegetation to be incorporated into larldscape de~i.gns in order to promote the preservation of native plant comml.lnit_if:s and to encourage water conservation. The agricultural nature of the proposed operation make it cxempt from native vegetation requirements as outlined in Policy 6.1. Policy 6.1 .S: An Environmental lmpaGl: Statement (EIS) is required] La provide a method to objecLively evaluate the impi1ct of a proposed development, site alteration, or project 'upon the resources and environmerltal quality of the project .J.n'2F.l and c:orrununity and to insure that planning and zoning decisions uTe made with a complete undeL^stand of the impact of such decisions upon the environment, to enCOllr,l(]G projects and developments that ,.,rill FJrotect, con.s~rve and enhuncc;, but fl()l degr.J.rl0., the (lIlvironmental qU.:11ity and resources of Llle parti cular pr'ojecL or development .'31 tel t.hc general Zlrea a.nd the qreater cmrununlty, Refer to this docllment. OBJECTIVE 6.2: The County shall protect and conserve wetlands and ttle natural functions of wetlands. The following policie.';i provide criteria to make this objective measurable. These policies shall apply to all of Col.1ier County except for tIle ~astern Lands Study ArRa, for Wlllch policies are required to be adopted by November I, )002. Policy 6.2.1: A~ Lequired by Florida Administrative Code 9J~-5.006(1) (b)/ wetlands IdentifiAd by the 1994-95 SFWMD land 11SB and land cover Illventory are mapped on the future T~i1nd Use Map series. These areas shall be G"\Hl' Projoc~ Fi!cs\lOO'$\1~9.Environmenlal ASS~lsm.1I13 J\JB\l.070 nwzy AqUJcullurc'Llnd Sllbmill~l\ENV1RONMENTAL IMPACT ST!\TEMENT 5-1~1"doc Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 59 of 91 Fawzy Aquaculture Collier County Environmental Impact Statement Page 9 of 19 verified by a jurisdictional field delineation, subject to policy 6.2.2 of this element at the time of project permjtting to determine the exact location of wetland boundaries. The Fawzy property has been reviewed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and contains no jurisdictional wetlands. Sce attached email corrcspondence (EXHIBIT 13). Also see attach cd assessment from Tropical Environmental Consultants (TEC) (EXHIBIT 14). Policy 6.2.2: WetJ~nd9 shall be defined pursuant to Section 373.019 Florida Statutes. The locat.ion of jurisdictional wetland boundaries are further described by the delineation methodology in Section 373.421 Florida Statutes. The Fawzy property has been reviewed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and contains no jurisdictional wetlands. See attached email cOl1'espondence (EXHIBIT 13). Also see attached assessment from Tropical Environmental Consultants (TEC) (EXHIBIT 14). In addition, the property was reviewed according to State wetland delineation statutes by Hoover Planning & Dcvelopmcnt, Inc. and found to not contain Statc jurisdictional wetlands. Policy 6.2.3: Collier County shall implement a comprohensive process to ensure wetlands and tIle rlaturnl functions of wetlands are protected and conserved.....vJhere permits issued by such state or federal agencies allov-.' for impacts to wet. lands within the Urban and Estate.s desiqnated areas and requi.re mitigation for such impacts, this shall be deemed to preserve" and protect wetlands and their functions... The property contains no wctlands and therefore the agricultural operation will not be requircd to pursue wetland pcrmits through thc Army Corps of Engineers or South Florida Watcr 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: With.in the Rural Fringe Mixed Use Distriot, Collier County sho.ll din~ct land uses away from higher functioning wetland.s by lirr.i t.ing direct impacls within wetlands based upon t.he veget<:lt.:ion requirements of Policy 6.1.2 of thi.s element, the wetlund functionality asse~J5meIlL described below in paragraph (2)1 and the final permitting r8qulrements of the South F'lorida Water t-lanCigement District. 1\ direct impact is hereby defined as the dredging or filling of a wetland or adversely changing the hydroperiod of a wetlCind." The Fawzy property does not contain jurisdictional wetlands. G\lIP PmjtCI ~jl~~\300's\33~1"l-:nvironmcmal As>cs,menl~ )\3E')-O"/O raWLy Aquamllure\:!nd S"bmillaI\EN'VIRONMENTAl. lJ\'lrA(;T STATEMENT ~-1.07.doc Policy 6. 2 . 6: Within the Urh~n Designation and Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, [required] wetland preservation, buffer areas/ ilnd rnitj.gation areas shall be dedicated as conservation and con~nan areas in the form of conservation easements <::md shall be identified and p1atted as separate tracts; and, in the case of ;) Planned Dnj t Development (PUD), these areas stlall al~o he dopictcd on ttlC PUD Master Plan... Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 r",pz?I1<\fuf~]..\,,91 Collier County Envlrollmcnln] Impact Statement Page lO of 19 The proposal is to clear the parcel for an agricultural facility !md 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. OEJ'ECTIVE 7.1 '1'he County shall direct incompatible land uses away from listed animal species and their habitats. These policies shaJ_l apply to all of Collier County except for the Eastern Lands Study Area, for which policies are requi-red to be adopted by November 1, 2002. Policy 7.1.2: Within areas of ColJ.ie.r County, exc.ludJ.nq the land:::; contained in the HLSA Overlay, non-agricultural developmc;nt, excluding individual single family residences, "hall be directed a.way [rom listed species and t_hc::i.r habitats by complying with tlle following guidelines and standards: (1) A wildlife survey sllall be required for ~l]_ paT~els when li_sLed' species uTe known to inhabit bioloqical cOllUnunities similar t.o those existing on site or where li~ted species are directly observed on, the sits. The survey sha.ll be conducted in accordance wltl1 the rG:q\lir~ments of the Flod da Fish Clnd t-lild1.Lfe COfl~ervation Conunission (FFWCC) and U.S. f'ish dnd ItHldlife $E:;rvice (USFI15) guidelines. The County shaJl notify the FF1iJCC and USFl'1S of the existence of any li.sted species that may be discovered. (2) Wildlife h~bitat management plans for lisled species s}lall be submitted for County approval. A plan Shill I be required [or all proj~cts wh~re the wildl,ife survey indica led listed species are utilizirlg the site, or the site contains potential habitat for listed species. These pl.ans shall describe how the project directs incompalible land uses away from list_cd species rlnd their habitat.=;. (3) The County .shall/ cOll::dstent with applicable GMP policies, consider dnd utilize recorruncndations and letter;; of technj Coal assistance from lhe Florida l<'lsh and Wildlife Conservation Commis'<";lon and recommendations [rom the US l"lsh and \fHldlifc Servir.e in issuing development orders on property contalnillg listed spc~ies. It i_8 recognized th~t thRse 0gency recommendation3, OJl a case by ca~e basis, G-ljIP )>(OjN.l fjJcs\WO's\'11l9-E,wirOl'llwn:al Asse~~mem~ )118<).01(1 f..w~y Aqu"""hl>lC\1"d SllhmillallENVIRONMENTAL rMPACT STATEMENT ~-I.07,<Joc ,. ( Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 61 of 91 raw:lY Aquaculture Cottier Count)' Environmentnllmpact Statement Pllge II of 19 may change the requiremento conta.ined within those wildlife protection policies and any such change shall be ueeHled cOIlsistent with the Gro'",th Management Plan. A protected species survey was conducted on the propelty in June 2006. A copy ofth'e survey is attached (EXHIBIT 15) The following summarizes 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 pille (Tillandsiafasciculata) and butterfly orchid (Encyclia larnpensis) were observed in trees on the parcel. A listed species management plan has been developed to ensure no taking occurs during clearing activities for the parcel. Policy 7.1. 4 : All development shall comply with applicable federal and state permit:ti.ng requirements regarding listed species px-otection. 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 applicant is unable to meet the 100 foot perimeter buffer requirement. The applicant is however, upgrading the perimeter buffer from a ] 0 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 con\TIl.l1!lity type of all upJand and wetland habilats fOU11d on ttle project site, according to the Florida Land (Jse Cover and Forms Classification System (FI,UCCS). P.L'ovide a description of each of the fLUCCS catc90ries identified on-site by vegetation type (species), vegetation c;omfJos.ition (canopy, mid::;tory and gr-ound cover) and vegetation dominance (dominant., common and occasional). The following FLUCCS communities 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 AIZ/'icultural Lands, F L [feeS 212, 0.6] Ac/'e.s: G:IJIPPf<ljca l'ile~\J{)I),~\3B9-I;r.";lomllenlal A1Se~ment.> )\J89-o70 b\\'"y A'l\luullltre\2ntl Submill~ltENV1R()NMENTA1 rMJ>ACJ S1Alf!/1,{ENT 5.I..o7.dnc Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Paae 62 of 91 Fawz.y l\quuculture Collier County Envirooll1cnlallmpact Statement Page 12 ofl9 TI1is classification is found in a small swath that runs nOlihwest 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 grasscs. Pine Fla/woods, FUICCS 411. 13,{){) Acres This community makes up the majority of the propeliy and is dominated by slash pine with scattered cypress and melaleuca in the cunopy. Midstory includes scattered saw palmetto, sumac, myrsine, and buckthorn. Other vegetation present includes grapevine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pennyroyal, and smilax. NAME STRATUM COMMON NAME 4] 1 - Pine Flatwoods Dom inant Pinus ellioUi Sabal palmello Common Vilis rotundifolia Smilax spp. II e..'C cass ine Urena I abat a Toxicodendron radieans Occasional fl,felaleuca quinquenervia* flume/fa ce1astrina Taxodium ascendens Pi/oblephis rigida Schinus terebinthifolius* j\1yrica cel'!ferCJ Serenoa I'cpens pine (slash pine) cabbage palm Il1tlscadine ["JTape Smilax dahoon holly Caesar weed poison ivy melaleuca bnckthorn pond cypress pennyroyal Brazilian pepper wax mYlile saw palmetto canopy canopy vine vine mid.story ground cover vine canopy mid-stOl)' C,UlOpy ground cover mid-stol)' mid-story mid-star)' *invasive exotic Melaleuca Invaded Pine Flatwood~, FLUCCS 411/424, 1.48 Acres This community is found in the north portion of the parcel. Canopy is dominated by slash pine with melaleuca in dcnsitics that vary from approximatcly 25 to 50%, Midstory includcs scattercd saw palmctto, sumac, myrsinc, sapling mclalcuca, and buckthorn. Other vcgctation prescnt includes grapcvine, poison ivy, Caesar weed, pennyroyal, and smilax. NAME STRATUM COMMON NAME G \HI' Project ~i1e~\JOO'~\IH'j.Envjr(J"me";DI ^~lCS$mc,,15 lllH9.070 Fawzy ^lIuncu!ww\2nd S~bm'tIal\,J:;NVIRONMF.NTAt j"'1l'A{:T STATEMENT ~-I_07_dl>C 411 - Pine Flat\Voods Dominant PiIlUS eWoW A1elaleuca quinquenervia* Sabol palmetto Common Vitls rotulldifolia Smilax spp. !lex cassine Urella lobata Toxicodendron radicans Occasional Bumelia ce.lastrina Taxodium ascendens Plloblephis rig/do Schinus terehinthifolius* Myrica cerifera Serenoa repens pine (slash pine) melaleuca cabbage palm muscadine grape Smilax dahoon holly Caesar weed poison ivy buckthorn pond cypress p ennYl'oyal Brazilian pepper wax myrtle saw palmetto Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 63 of 91 F a\V'lY Aquaculture Collier County En\'ironrnentallmpact Stntcmenl Page 13 of 19 canopy canopy canopy vine vine mid-story ground t:over vine mid-story canopy ground covet mid-story mid-story mid-story *invnsive exotic ii. Explain how the project meets or exceeds the native vegetatjon preservation requirement in Goal 6 of the Conservation o.nd Coastal Management Element of the Growth Management Plan, and Chapters 3 and 10 of the Land Development Code. Provide an exhibit illustrating such. Include calculations identifying the acreage for preservation and impact, per FLUCCS category. The proposal is to clear the parcel for an agricultural facility and therefore the project is exempt from preservation stanclards. iii. For sites already cleared and in agricultural use, provide documentati.on that t.he parcel (s) are in compJiance wilh the ?!) year rezone linlitation ill Policy 6.1.5 of the Conservation and Coastal Manaqement Element of the Growth t-1anagement Plan and Chapters 4 and 10 of the J,and Development Code. For .sites cleared prior to JnDU<1ry 2003, provide documentiltion that the parcel {s} are in compl.i.<:mce with lhe 10 year rezone limitation previously identified in the Growth Management Plan and Land Uevelopmp.nt Cude. The parcel is proposed for agricultural use, but is currently un-cleared. iv. Have preserves or acreage ~equirements for preservation previously been iderrtified for the :site during previ.ous developmfmt order approvals? If so, identify Lhe location and acreage of these pre~erves, and provide an explanation if they are different from what is proposed. No. GUlP ProjeCl Fi\",,',lO(J'~UR9.EnYil\lllll1elll~1 A~s~~mcnls 3'J89.Q70hwlY AqllnL:ullmc\2nd SUUllliUhIiENVI/l.ONMEI<I"TAL IMPACT STATEt.1ENT ~-1-01_dnc Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Paoe 54 of 91 Fawzy~AquacuJture Collier COllllty Environmentl'll Impact Slutcment Page 14 (}f 19 v. For properties with Special Trei:J.lment lIS'I"! overlays, show the 8T overlay on the development plan a.nd provided all explanation as to why theBe areas are being impacted or preserved. The site do~s contain a Special Treatment overlay labeled as "STIW3". Sce attached zoning map (EXHIBIT 17). This ST designation relatcs to "well fields". This ST area is not related to wetlands. It is anticipated that the proposcd agricultural use will havc no impact on the ST/W3 designation. e. Wetlands. i. Define the number of acres of Collier County jurisdictional wetlands pursuant to Policy 6.2.1 and 6.2.2 of ttle Conservation and Coastal Management Element of the Growth t-'lanagement Plan) according to the Florida Land ~Jse Cover and Porms Classi fication System (FLUCCS). Include a descripti.on of each of the r~uccs categories identified on-~ite by vegetation type (;,pccies), vegetation composition (canopy, midstoryand ground cover) and vegetiltion dominance (dominant, common and occasional) . Wetland determination;, are required to be verified hy the Sout.h floridn Water Management Oistr'ict or E'lorida Deparlment of Environment_al Protection, prior to submission to the County, The subject propcJ1y contains only upland habitats. Thc Fawzy propelty has been reviewcd by the U.S. Army Corps of Enginecrs and contains no jurisdictional wetlands. S~~ attached email correspondcnce (EXHIBIT 13). Also see attached assessment from Tropical Environmental Consultants (TEC) (EXHIBIT 14). In addition, the property was reviewed according to State wetland delineation statutes by Hoover Planning & Developmcnt, Inc. and found to !1.9J contain Statc jurisdictional wetlands. ii. Determine s8o;,onal clod historic high water lc;vels utilizing lichen lines or other biological indicator~. Indicate how Lhe project design i mproves/ a.f fectt) pTeocvelopmp.nt hydroperiods. Provide a narr<lt.ivc addressing the anticipated corltrol eJ.0vation(s) for the site, The wct season water table was r~corded at 9.50' NGVD. This was d~termincd by sampling during the wet season. The existing ground is approximately 11.50' NGVD. The site is proposed to be bermcd at 12.50' NGVD. The 25 year storm cvcnt at 8.5"/day was modeled with the SFWMD Volume IV software and it crowned out at an el~vation 10.66' NGVD at 73 hours. The 100 ycar storm event at 10.5"/day was similarly run and it crowned at 10.92' NGVD at 72.8 holll's. The allowable discharge is 0.15 cfs/acre and as can be s~en from the abovc models we arc proposing zcro (0) discharge. The site is not expccted to have any eCfect on adjacent hydroperiods. iii, Indicale the: pr-opose:o:i percent cof defined wc:tli:mos to be illlpacterl and the effects of proposed impacts on the [unction.:; of these wellands. Provide an exhibit showing '[he location of wetlands to ~le impDctcd and those to be preserved on-site. D8scribe how impacts to wetlands have been minimi:c:ed. The aquaculturc facility proposes no impacts to jurisdictional wctlands. G"\HP Project File,i10(J'sllB9.EflViroomcmnl Al...es\mems J\.lB9.07l1 hWll' ^(]U~cllurc\2nd Submiu~f\ENVIRONMENTAI" IMI'Arf STATEI\ilENT Sol-OJ rifle Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 , PaGe 65 of 91 I'awzY'f\qllflCIJIlUre Collier County EIl\' ironmcntallmpact 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 Growth Management Pl~n. For sites in the ~~MU diDtrict, provide an assessment, based on the South FJorida Water Management Distr:ic:t's Uniform MiLigatlon Ass~ssment Method, that has been accepted by either the South Florjda Water Management District or the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. For sites outside the RFMU district, and where highor 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 management. i. Provide an overall description of the proposed water management system explaining how it works, the b~sis of design, histori.cal drainage flows, off-site flows coming in to the system and how they will be incorporated in the system or passed around the system, poai.tive outfall aV,J,ilability, 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 managemcnt system: Water Management Svstcm Description The wet scason water table was recorded at 9.50' NGVD. This was determined by sampling during the wet season. The dry season water table is approximately 4.5' NGVD. The existing ground is approximately 11.50' NGVD. The site is proposcd to be hermed at 12.50' NOVD. The 25 year storm event at 8.5"/day was modeled with the SFWMD Volume IV software and it crowncd out at an elevation 10.66' NGVD at 73 hours (This is equivalent to the 25 year, 24 hour rain event that is referenced on page 18 ufthe aquaculture BMPs). The 100 year storm event ,It IO.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 Cfm be seen from the above models we are proposing zero CO) discharge. ii. Provide an analysi.s of potential water quality impacts oC the project by evaluating water quality loadings expected from the project (post development conditions considering the proposed land uses and slormwater managGm~nt contrcl]s) compared with water quality loadings of the project area as it exJsts in its pre- development c;ondi tion.s. This i::l.nCllysi S 1.S required for projects impacting five (5) or more acres of wetli"mds. The analysis shall be performed using methodolCJgles approved by Federal and ~tate w~tcr quality agencies. Not Applicable. The aquaculture project is not proposing wetland impac1s. iii. Identify any WellfieJd Risk MarLagement Special Treatment Overlay Zones (WRM-ST) within the project area and provide an an~lysi~ for'how the proj~ct design nvoids the most intonsive land \lSeS within the most sensitive WRN-STs. G.\Hr "'oj",.l files\)OO'~\J89-EnvirulIlI\\;nl,,1 AW~s~me"l5 )\38':<.070 hwJ.Y Aquat\lI!{,,~\2nd Submilla1'.ENV1RONMENT At. IMPACT 51',\ TEMENT 5-l-G7.ooc Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 56 of 91 FllWZY I\quaculture C:()llier County Environmenl<ll ImpAct Stntemenl P~gc ]6 of 19 The site does contain a Special Treatment overlay labeled as "ST/W3". See attached zoning map (EXHIBIT 17). This ST de~ignation 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 ~pecies survey to include at a minimum, listed species known to inhabi t biological corruuuni t i(::!s similar to those exi.sting on-site, and conducted in accordance with the guidelines of the Florida Fish and Wild.life Conserv<1tion Commission and the U.S. E'ish and Wildlife Service. State actual survey times ilnd dates, und provide a map showing the location(s) of species of .special strJ.t1JS identifj('ld on-site. A protectcd 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 thc properly were searched visually in a tree-to-tree method for RCW cavities. No cavities were observed. Several common wild pine (TillandsiafiJsciculata) and butterlly orchid (Encyclia tampensis) were obscrved in trees 011 the parcel. The attached species survey was conducted on the following dates & times: Dnte Start Time End Time Hours Task -1u!,c 20, 2006 - Il:OOnm 3:00pm 4 ___._ Species Survey__ J line 22, 2006 1:00pm 4:00pm 3 Species_ Surv~ Total "-..- 7 .i:i. Identify all lL,;led ~pecies lhZlt are kllO\.<1!1 t.o inhabit biological communit_ies slm.Uar to those cX.lstinC] on the site or thi1t have been directly obse7'ved ()[l lhe site. G \Ill' Project Joiles\lOO'sUB9.En~ifOf.menlBI Ass,cssmenlS J\JS9-Q70 Fa"'''~ ^qlJ~l;Ulture\.2nd Submill~I\ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACl STATEMENT S-I-01.doc Agenda Item No. SA October 23, 2007 Paqe 57 of 91 Fawzy7l.qu~cultnre Collier County Environmental Impact Stnlemcnt PllgC ]7 of 19 Protected species list for the Fawzy parcel according to FLUCCS category. FLUCCS Potential Listed Species Scientific Name DesiQnated Statns FWC or FWS FDA 212 Florida Panther Felis cone%r cory; E E Florida Sandhill Crane Grus canadensis pratensis T - 411 & Beautiful Pawpaw Deel'ingothamnus pu/che/lu.s E E 411/424 Big Cypress Fox Squinel Sclurus niger avicennia T - Eastern Indigo Snake D'J1mol'chon corais couper; T T Fakahatchee BurmamIia !1urmanniajlava E - Florida Black Bear Ursus americanus floridanus T - Florida Coontie Zamia jloJ'idana C - Florida Panther Felis cone%r cmyi E E Gopher Frog Rana capito SSC - Gopher Tortoise Gopherus polyphemus SSC - Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Picoides borealis T E Satinleaf Chlysophyl/lIm clivi/arme E - Southeastern American Kesh'el Falco sparverius paulus T - Twistcd Air Plant TilIandsia jlexausa E - Florida Butterfly Orchid Encyclia !llmpensis CE (FDA) - Common Wild Pine Tillandsiafascicr.data E(FDA) - Abbreviations: A[!eDcies FWC~Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission FDA=Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services fWS~United States Fish and Wildlife Service Status E=Endangered T=Threalt:nJ;d T(S/A)~T}u'catcl1ed/SimiIarity of Appearance SSC=Specics of Special Coucem CF.=Commercially Exploited iii. Indicate how the project design minimizes impar.ts to species of special status. A listed species management plan has been developed to ensure no taking occur~ during clearing activities for the parcel. (RXHIR IT 18) iv. Prov3de habitat management plans for each of th~ ii_sted species known to OCCllr on the property. For sites with bald cagle nests and/or nest protection zones, bald eagle manag~mcnt plans are required, copies of which shall be included as exhibits atLdched Lo the PUD documents, where applicable. A listed species'management plan has been developed to ensure no la~,ing occurs during clearing activities for the parcel. See this plan for specifics. G\HI' Project FlI"s\JlI(l.'s\]lIr;.ElWirlln"\.enl~1 A.~e~~menIS J\3119-070 FaWl}' Aqlll\Cullmc\2nd S"bll\ll1at'lf:NVIRONMF.NIAI, IMPACT STATF.MTINT 5.1.07,doc .Agenda Item No, 8A October 23, 2007 Paqe 58 of 91 Fnwzy 7\.quacullurc Collier COllllty Ellvironmental Impact Statemenl Pflgc 18 ofl9 v, N'here applicable, include correspondence received from the Florida l!'ish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FFWCC) and the O.S. Fish and Wildlife Service IUSFWS), with regards to the project. Explain how the concerns of the~e agencies have been met. 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 ofthc property, the applicant is unable to mect 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. Potential incidental take concerns of the FWC are being met by following the attached Management Plan illr Listed Species (EXHIBIT 18) and providing an upgraded perimeter buffer around the property. h. Other. i. For multi-sJip docking facilities wi~h ten slips or more, and for all marina facilities, show how tho project is consistGnt with ttle r[farina Siting and oLher criteria in the t":'lanatee Prot0.ction Plan. ii. Incl.udc the result~ of any Rnvironmental assessments and/or audits of tll0. property. It applicable, provide a harrative of Lhe cost and measures needed to clean up Lhe sire. Not Applicable. The project is not located adjacent to (he Gulf of Mexico. iil. For siteD located in the Rj,g Cypress Area of Critical State Concern- Special Treatment IACSC-ST) overlay distri~tl nhow tlOW the project is consistent h'ith the development standards and regulations establ.i.shed for the ACSC-ST. Not Applicable. The project is not located within the Big Cypress Arca of Critical State Concern. iv. Soil sampling or ground water monitoring reports and programs shall be required for sites that occupy old farm fieldsl old golf courses or for \t/hich there is d L"easollable bi'lsis for believing that there has been previous contam; nation on site. The amount of ::1Bmpling and testing shall be determin~d by the Environmental Services staff along with the Pollution Control DepartmAnt ~nd the f'lorida Oepartment of Erlvironmental Protection. The site is currently undeveloped. No Phase I environmental sampling has been done. v, Provide documen.tation f:rom the Floricltl ~-1a.stcr Site F'ile, F'1orida Department of State and dny printed historic archaeoloqicJl surveys that have benD r:onducted on the p:rojec:t area. Locate Zlny knm'-.'11 historic or archaeological siLes and their relationships to the proposed proiecl G,I.llP Pm;CCl filuIJOO's\}K'l-EIl~iron,"rnlall\s$~,smcm. 1',)l\9.070 fawl.)" AqURcull"rcUnd SubmiUaI'iliNVlR,O"'MENTAL lMl'ACT STATD.iENT :i-l-07.doc Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Paqe 59 of 91 rawLY-Aquaculture Collier Coun!y Environmental Impact Stalcmcnt Page 190f19 design. Demonstrate how the project design preserves the historic/archaeological integrity of the site. No historical or archaeological survcys have been conducted on the subject property, howcvcr 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 (EXHIBlT 19). G:\Hl' PlOjcC1 filc~\3(lO'5\JS9.EnyiH",rnenlal ^,sr._~lmenU l\]S~-070 Faw~y Aq\l8Clllmre\2nd Submiltlll\CNYIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEJMENT ~-1.(l7_dQe I Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 HOOVER PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT. INC:700f91 Land, Environmental & Traffic Planning Consultants 3785 Airport Road "Jorth, Suite B-1, Naples, Florida 34105 Education SI. 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 10 Present Environmental Consultant I Land Planning Consultant Hoover Planning & Development, Inc. Naples, Florida September 1994 to December 2002 Environmental Consultant Boylan Environmental Consultants, Inc. Ft. Myers, Florida Professional Experience . Vegetation & Habitat Mapping . Environmental Assessments . Protected Species Survcys (PSS) . Species Management Plans . Wctland Delineation . Wetland Jurisdictional Determinations . Environmental Impact Statements (E [S) . Mitigation Planning & Design . Wetland Monitoring . Post Permit Compliance . GIS I GPS Mapping Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) Environmeutal Land Use Planning Bald Eagle Monitoring Native Vegetation Restoration Plans Gopher Tortoise Permitting IRelocations Incidental Take Pemlitting Bald Eagle Monitoring PUD Submittals Conditional Use Requests . . . . . . . . . Experience in Lee, Collier, Charlottc, (jladcs, and Hendry Counties. Other Professional Experiences 1994. Wrote & published commercial computer softwarc for [he rapid identification of freshwater algae, Computer Assisted Algal Recognition (CAAR). 1996. Headed a field research project using telemetry tracking [0 study the swimming speed of lemon sharks in the Bahamas. 199R. Wrote an ecological assessment computcr model Illr the South Florida Water Management District as pUlt of the South Lee COllnty Watcrshed Study. Land Planning: (239) 403-B899 Fax: (239) 403-9009 Environmental: (239) 403-8333 Agenda Item No, SA October 23, 2007 Page 71 of 91 REV. 3 CU-Z005-AR-8748 PRO.JECT #2005050011 DATE: 11/8/06 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 t{.tI. O( Traffic Impact 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 Aqenda Item No, 8A c October 23, 2007 Page 72 of 91 k '1-11 06 Agenda Item No, SA October 23. 2007 Page 73 of 91 Executive Summary It is proposed by Fawzy Aquaculturc 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 300,000cy. 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 / day rate (data obtained from Better Roads pit mine operations), then truck traffic will be limited to 150 trips / 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 truck traffic impacts to the surrounding roadways. From the site map, it can be seen there is only one way in and out of the project site, The major arterial roadway impacted is Golden Gate Boulevard at 10th 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 ofthe pond will be approximately 5 months. This assumes a 6 day work week, and a total of 18,182 truck loads, based on the 300,OOOcy 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, thcrc will be very little traffic (0 and from the site. The owner, once a week will eheck 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, SA October 23, 2007 Page 74 of 91 Table 1 Total Average Daily Project Trip Generation ~~~""""-~-"'''''''~---''-'''''''''~~~-''''''''~''''''''''if'''''''''''''~-~' ~" . 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Old ' IdUJDlsl0ld 'UDUJ@SOJO 'I'<d III :8l :;;: l 900;;:/8/6 ']lIS '6Mp'dJ:mc; l \d Jv~\"'nVC;l \AZMV c:I\6U8-[ OJd\: I I',genda Item No. SA October 23, 2007. Page 78 of 91 RESOLUTION 07-_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO PETITION NUMBER CU-2005-AR-8748, GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE FOR EARTH MINING IN TI-IE RURAL AGRICULTURAL (A) ZONING DISTRICT, PER SECTION 2.04.03 "TARLE 2" OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE FOR PROPERTY LOCATED IN SECTION 22, TOVVNSHIP 49 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, COLLlliR COUNTY, PLDI{IDA. WIfEREAS, tile Legjstature of the State of Florida in Chapter 67-1246, Laws of Florida, and Chapter 125, Florida Statutes, has confelTcd on Collier County the power to establish, coordinate and enforce zoning and such business regulations as are necessary for the protection of the public; and WHEREAS, the County pursuant thereto has adoplcd a Land Development Code (Ordinance No, 2004-41) which includes a Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance establishing regulations for the zoning of particular geographic divi~ions of the County, among which is the granting of Conditional Uscs; and WHEREAS, tile Board of Zoning Appeuis (Board), being the duly appointed and constituted planning board for the area hereby nffectcd, has held a public hearing after notice as in said regulations made and provided, and has consldercd the advisabiJity of a Conditional Use for emtb mining, pt;r Section 2,{)4.03 "Table 2" of the Land Development Code, to allow cxcawltion in exces.s of 4,000 cubic yards jn the Rural Agricultural (A) 7,oning District on propc:rly hereinafter described, and .the Collier County Planning Commission has found as a mMter of fact (Exhibit "A") tJ1at satisfactory provision and arran~ement have been made concerning all <lppl1cabk Inatlcrs required by said regulatiuns find in accordance with Subsection 10.08.00.D. of the Land DeYelopment Code; and WHEREAS, all interested parties have been given opportunity to he heard by this Board in a public meeting assembled anc1the Board hClvLng considered all matters presented. NOW, THERIlI'OJ<E, BE IT )!ESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS 01' COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA. that: The petition filed by Alan Roseman of Q. Grady I\'Hnor & Assoc. P,A., representing A.~hraf Pawzy, with respect to the property hereinafte.r described in Exhibit "B," is hereby approved for a Conditional Use for earth mining, per Scclion 2.04.03 "Table 2~' of the L.1ud Development Code, to allow excav~\lion In excess of 4,000 cubic yards in the Rural Agricultural (A) Zoning District in accordance with tbe Conceptual Master Plan (Exhibit lie") and subject to the conditions ~et forth in Exhibit "D," which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein. Pagelof2 Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 2007 Page 79 of 91 BE IT FURTI-IER RESOLVED that this Resolution be recorded in the minutes of this Board. This Resolution adopted after motion, second and super.rnajority vole. this day of ,2007. ATTEST: DWIGlIT E. BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: t Deputy Clerk .JAMBS COLETTA, CHAIRMAN 1m .Jcffrej Mana . CU-2005-AR-8748/CVlsp Attachments: Exhibit A: Collier County Planning Commission Pindings of Fact Exhibit B: Legal Description Exhibit C; Conditional Use Conceptoal Site Plan Exhibit D: Condition!> of Approval Page 2 of 2 Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 2007 Page 80 of 91 FINDING 0]<' 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 district or neighborhood because of: A Consistency with the LaniD velopment Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes No . B, Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particuiar 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 propelties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: _ No/feet or _ Affect mitigated by Affect cannot be mitigated D, Compatibility with adjacent properties and other propeliy in the district: Compatible use within di7'ttic Yes No , / Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be ::~': f: "",,,ill " >h, BOMd of z"':;;~v. ~ EXI-lISIT A Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 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: I, 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 affeet other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because ot . 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 l No C, . Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economie 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').~ U '7 CHAI~ ~ _ -- '-- ) , EXHIBIT A ) FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLAJ\'NING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 2007 Page 82 of 91 <!i CU-200S-AR-8748 The following facts are f01ll1d: 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 uscs in the samc district or neighborhood because of: A, Consistency with t0and Development Coc)e and Growth Management Plan: Yes ,/ No .. B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with particular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and ,u;ces .in case offlre or catastrophe: ) Adequate ingress Yes No C. .Affects ne' ghboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effcets: No affect or __ Affcct mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated D, Compatibility with adjacent propelties and otiler propelty in the district: Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy~att recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals, , / DATE: ~- 3 --0 ? 0fE" .1'Rb 1i.H: ;:!?d.!;PeT V/?,{ /U7c:..xJ EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. 8A October 23. 2007 Page 83 of 91 ) FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY !'LANNING COMMISSION IcOR 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 me 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: . (~~j1}u:.... flC)IC,) "?'./' ,.:> ._",)61 ~?XD'tt+::.)r':.J:'VP-~"'2'r Ycs No 1/ 10(01'011- fd.) I. l. + 2,,3. , . . ('" ," LL'V\'o..- 0 'JoJ ,h.." $,'f-'Q....f)C'( a,..~ ,'^y l-V (-e v Ingress and e6'Tess to property and proposed structures thereon with palticular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: A. ) Adequate ingress & egress Yes No e/ IJ:.' f~nhlu'lcl ("IC~' /'1'') l~iJi'!.-,j <: I,z.,_~.$,h j'j C. Mfccts neighboring pl'Opelties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: V No affect or _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect carowt be mitigated D, Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district S,;J.t,,'..f/}'J7 / ,17,) ,~k J.;~ k__~ J.....J }~_~, .? y(:"'0 .~':l I J. ,J ~ {,y f',~.V./v~c.,+-,,,,-- Yes No [./ r t0~'-'C.Q.0\.~ D\.M-L.. ~,\.4:.i I'KI a.J ,~UC~ ",-- Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals. ) DATE: B 'L -07 CHAIRMAN:~1 t \ tt~-t::~ , - EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. SA October 23, 2007 Page 84 of 91 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLiER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITION FOR CU-2005~AR-8748 The following faets 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, .' . /. L f. 7. i, j.J Consistency with the Land Developm~;ht I:ode and GrowtH Management Plan: V AJtePl/.sa..)~j/U('; - A}Dtv/O Yes No / JJI{)~Y /;2./'iiO Ctu?IC-/b, d;:7?J77It. bXflflLJIITlt7;J Ingress and egress to propetty and proposed strllctures thereon with particular . reference to automotive and pedcstrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: A. ) / Adequate ingress & ef,,'Tess Yes No,l C. . Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, cconomic or odor effects: No affect or ._ Affect mitigated by -..!! Affect cannot bc mitigated' . D, Compatibility with adjacent propcliies and other propcrty in the district: Compatible use within district p J+j.J jl-1l:::7~ tlll16i m-j Yes No~ Based on the above findings, tllis conditional use should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be recommended fo1' approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals, ) DATE: .J:/;{ It/I! . -; / ' /VIE1'1I3.-a2- :J '-13 '7 GHAIRMA}!: /.lti-'J')JM__ '-I'/LOO'_(/cjl,,<.:v EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 2007 Page 85 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 district or neighborhood because of: A, Consistency with the Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes,j' No B. Ingress and egress to property and proposed structures thereon with p81ticular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety and convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fIre or catastrophe: ) Adequate ingress & egress 'V Yes No C, . .Affects neighboring propelties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: ,/ No affect or. _ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot be mitigated' D, Compatibility with adjacent propcrtics and other property in the district: Compatible use within district J Yes v No . I " Based on the above findings, this conditional use should, with SI1"I.I1.' lations, (copy attached) be recommended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals, DATE: <~JL )~l. -{;-HA:1KlVIAN:;' . ~- r\l\ \:5~\(~,_J f:)lLf\.o ~:t:.~VY\' ere./ EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. SA October 23. 2007 Page 86 of 91 FINDING OF FACT BY COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PETITlON 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 wi11110t adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with the Lm7ve!opment Code and Growth Management Plan: Yes No B, Ingress and egress to property and proposed stmctmes thereon with pmticular reference to automotive and pedestrian safety und convenience, traffic flow and control, and access in case of fire or catastrophe: , ) Adequate ingress & egress / Yes No vi C, Affects neighboring properties in relation to noise, glare, economic or odor effects: / _ Noyc:~r __ Affect mitigated by _ Affect cannot he mitigated' D, Compatibility with adjacent properties and other property in the district: Compatible use within district // Ycs No / Based on the above findings, this conditionuluse should, with stipulations, (copy attached) be reC()mmended for approval to the Board of Zoning Appeals. ) DATE: Y'/J ~ rJ? &&~K'__ EXHIBITA ~- /Y~~j/ '-.-/ I , Agenda Item No. 8A October 23, 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 public interest and will not adversely affect other property or uses in the same district or neighborhood because of: A. Consistency with 'e Land Development Code and Growth Management Plan: YCs~ 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 offire or catastrophe: ) Adequate ingress & egress Yes r/ No C. .^ffccts 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: 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 APP~ DATE: ~ J '11 0 '7 __ 1,].:. ~ Cel..1~ __ EXHIBIT A " Aoenda item No. 8A " October 23, 2007 .F~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. C; OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. 0.. DEDICATED FOR ROAD PURPOSES: AND THE WEST 1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE SOUTH 1/2. c3:. OF THE NORTH 1/2, OF THE SOUTH 1/2, OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. E DEDICATED FDR ROAD PURPOSES: AND WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2. OF. THE NORTH 1/2, OF o .' , U; THE SOUTH 1/2, O~ THE SOUTH 1/2. OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4: LESS THE WEST 35 FEET THEREOF. DEDICTED ~ . . _<2 FOR ROAD PURPOSES. ALL LYING AND BEING IN SECTION 22. TOWNSHIP 49 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST 0.. . COLLIER COUNTY,FLORDIA, ~ . o E Q) Ul o ~ o ::z; 0.. Lf) cO C> C'ol cD o o C'ol ------ r- " ------ ''0 (l) 'D o :2 V> :s:.: -0 .-.J <( C) W .-.J CL lL. <( ../ (l) ~ u <( If', ./ )- N - >- <( LL ./ V> c. (l) ..L. o ~ 0.. ./ EXHIBIT B. <l:r--~ !!I- '0 m '00 l:: '" '" OJ ::::: (1J (t'j a..~"..,-"'BI ""O.,..--....~ c '" OJ <l: ~ .1...'!!.-........_._ Ol'" ro...~'<'O ::O:'...llRl\I , I I ~~ ~i ? , I ! ~ I < . . , , . ~ ~ i ! . . I g - - j ~ ;'1 3 H~" &iI K~~ e~ ~ ..~ - :>; 1:;.' ~,. . 3 i::I<>(f.'i;j ~~ ~ ~ i ,.,~ "'h.. 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I m~ "~~ "(if ~;l ~ ~ EXHIBIT C Agenda Item No. 8A October 23. 2007 Page 90 of 91 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL CU-200S-AR-8748 August 13, 2007 1, The use is limited to that depicted on the conceptual site plan identified as "Fawzy Aquaculture Master Site Plan" preparcd by Q, Grady Minor and Associates, P,A., dated January 2005, as revised tbrough June 30, 2006, except as fmther conditioned below, 2. Approval of this Conditional Use shall not be construcd as approval of thc attached conceptual site plan; the site plan shall be formally reviewed and approved as part of the Site Development Plan (SOP) proccss, No variances from any LDC requirements have been granted as palt of the acceptancc of the subject si le plan. If it is determincd that the site plan is not in compliance with any LDC requirement, thc site plan must be brought into compliance prior to tbe issuance of allY site development plan approval. No excavation pel'mit shall be issued until the SDP has been approved, 3, The alnount of excavatcd material is limitcd to 300,000 cubic yards, 4. Excavation activities, including removal of material from the subject site, are limited to 18 months from the beginning date of excavation, as rcported in the "Annual Status Report for Lakc Excavation," requircd to be submitted to the County Manager 01' designee, 5. All scctions of roads impacted by truck traffic generated by the cxcavation activity sball be maintained by the owncr of the subject sitc in a dust-free condition for the length of excavation time, as rcpOlted in the "Annual Status RepOlt 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 inelude a stabilized subgrade, base and wearing surfacc. The sections of road to be maintained include the section on Ashraf I3attisha Road, from tbe entry to the project site to rawzy Battisha Aquaculture A vcnue; tbe section on Fawzy Battisha Aquaculture Avenue, hom the intcrsection of Ashraf Battisha Road to Dove Strcct; the section on Dove Street, from thc intersection of Fawzy Battisha Aquaculturc A venue to Frangipani Strcet; the section on Frangipani Street, ti'om thc intersection of Dove Strcct to 101h Strcet SE; the section on 101h strcct SE, from thc intersection of Frangipani Street to Golden Gate Boulevard; and tbc section on Golden Gatc Boulevard, fl'Om the intersection of 10th Strcct SE to Collicr Boulevard, The County Manager or his dcsignee may add sections of road to the above list, at his/bel' discretion, EXHIBIT D Agenda Item No. SA October 23, 2007 Page 91 of 91 6, The pelmitted aquaculture facility shall be limited to native species within the orders of Ictaluridae and Palaemonidae, If a modification to the products allowed by Aquaculture Celiificate 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 llig 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 pcrmits 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, 01' cycle water through the proposed aquaculture lake, II. The applicant shall provide wildlife crossings per the North Belle Meade Overlay requirements of the GMP, with the number and design to be determined at the lime of site development plan approval, subject to review and approval by the County Enviromnental Services Department. EXHIBIT >> Agenda Item No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 107 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY HD-2007-AR-11828, Collier County Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board (HAPB) request the Collier County Board of County Commissioners (BCe) to officially designate a 13.35:1: acre tract developed as a tropical garden by Dr. Henry Nehrling from 1921-1929, as an historically significant site for property located on the east side of Goodlette-Frank Road (CR-851) and approximately a quarter mile south of Golden Gate Parkway (CR-886) in Section 27, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. OBJECTIVE: This petition seeks to have the BCC officially designate the original 13.35I acre tract that was developed as a tropical garden by botanist Dr. Henry Nehrling as an historic site, The Historical and Archaeological Preservation Regulations as provided for in the Collier County Land Development Code (LDC) are intended to protect, preserve, and perpetuate historic and archaeological sites, districts, structures, buildings and properties in Collier County, CONSIDERA nONS: The Collier County Historic and Archaeological Preservation Board (HAPB) is vested with the power, authority, and jurisdiction to designatc, regulate, and administer historical and archaeological resources in Collicr County, as set forth in Section 8.07.02 of the Land Development Code (LDC), under the dircct jurisdiction and control of the Board of County Commissioners (BCC). The HAPB functions as an advisory board to the BCe. It is the intent of the HAPB to increase public awareness of the importance and significance of Collier County's historical and archaeological heritagc by protecting, preserving and perpetuating Collier County's historic and archaeological artifacts, sites, districts, structures, buildings, and properties, The HAPB first reviewed and considered the historic designation of the Nehrling tract during their public mee1ing on May 18,2006. The subjec1 13.35I acre site is located within and is a part of a larger 43,52 acre parcel owned by Collier County which is leased to the Naples Zoo (See attached location map), The basis for the HAPB's recommendation is by virtue of the historical importance that Nehrling's tropical garden played throughout the years starting with Dr. Nehrling in 1921 and then with Julius Fleischmann's restoration of the garden's in 1954 by nurturing the old plantings and then planting of ncw species, The Nehrling tract represents characteristics of historical significance due to the cultural, social and economic history that contributed to the history in Collier County and the life of Dr. Henry Nehrling who contributed to the protection of tropical plants in Florida's agriculture and was a noted research scientist. On November 21, 1997, Dr. Nehrling received the "Plant Protection Award of Eminence" and "Honor Roll of Eminence" awarded by the Florida Department of Agriculture, -- Page I of5 Aaenda Item No. 38 - October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 107 The HAPB also met with representatives from the Nap]es Zoo on March 15, 2006 (Exhibit A). The HAPB held an open discussion of the historical designation of Nehrling's tropical garden with the Zoo representatives, The HAPB and the Naples Zoo representatives reached a consensus to have a cultural landscape survey done by a certified archaeologist to detcrmine what portion of the remaining site is to carry the historical designation and specific significance, June 30, 2006 a Request for Proposals (RFP) (Exhibit B) was drafted and distributed to obtain qualified firms capable of providing consulting services for the development of a Cultura] Landscape Report for the original 13,35", acre tract occupied by Dr. Henry Nehrling trom ] 921-] 929, now part ofthe Nap]es Zoo. During the Preservation Board's advertised meeting on March 21, 2007, the HAPB unanimously voted (7 to 0) to nominate Dr. Nehrling's original 13.35", acre site as historically significant subject to the recommendations contained in the Cultural Landscape Assessment (Exhibit C) and to forward the recommendations to the BCC for their consideration of an official historic designation for the subject site, Using "A Cultural Landscape Assessment of the Nehrling Portion of the Naples Zoo Property, Collier County, Florida" prepared by Archaeo]ogical and Historical Conservancy (AHC) as a basis, the HAPB and Board of Directors of the Naples Zoo have jointly crafted the recommendations containcd within this executive summary. The Naples Zoo recognizes the importance of the historical resources on the subject property and is committed to work in cooperation with the BCC to preserve and enhance thcm. The HAPS recognizes that there are conceptual development plans for the site. These plans are attachcd as Exhibit D, E, and F, depicting the Naples Zoo Master Plan and the 1\iorth-South service road parallel to Goodlette- Frank Road, These plans will require a Certificate of Appropriateness from the HAPS at the time of issuance of the appropriate development order. It should be noted that shes and structures designaled historic may be cligible for administrative variances or other fon11s ofrclief fi-om building codes as follows: Repairs and alterations may be made without conformance to requirements of thc Standard Building Code when the work has becn issued a Cel1ilicate of Appropriateness, . . provided that: ]. The restored building will be no more hazardous, , . than il was in its original condition, 2. Plans are sealed by a Florida registered architecl or engineer, if required. 3. The CDES Administrator has required the minimum necessary cOlTeclion to be made before use, in the interest of public health, safety and welfare. Subject to a number of conditions, adminislrative variances can be approved regarding setbacks_ lot widths, depths, area requirements, and development regulations, open space and parking requirements and similar variances not related to.a change in use of the property, A Cel1ificate of Appropriateness is required to be issued by the Preservation Board tor designated sites before issuance of permits to alter. excavate, relocate, reconstruct or demolish; Page 2 of 5 !~genda item f\jo. 88 OGtober 23,2007 3 of 107 these are needed before the issuance of building, tree removal, or demolition pennits. They also are needed before the issuance of building permits for new construction within an historic district to ensure hannonious architectural design and to preserve the inlegrity of the historic district. The Transportation Services Division has requested an exemption from having to obtain a Certificate of Appropriateness for road improvements related to the North-South service road, which runs parallel to Goodlette-Frank Road (CR-851) (Exhibit E & F). The requested exemption is based on the Growth Management Plan (GMP) Transportation Elemcnt Policy 9.3, which requires the County to provide access for intcrconnection of local streets between developments to facilitate convenient movement throughout the road network. The North-South scrvice road is intended to provide access 10 the parcels adjacent to the Naples Zoo and will not affect any historically or architecturally significant structures, FISCAL IMPACT: Staff circulated a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking proposals from qualified firms capable of providing a Cultural Landscape Report for Dr. Nehrling's tropical garden. The County paid Archaeological and Historical Conscrvancy (AHC) $19,500 which came from the funds that were generated from Ihe rent of Naples Zoo. The HAPB assumcs that the Naples Zoo shall have no iinancial obligations as a result of designating the subjcct 13.35x acrc site historic. It is uncetiain that an historic designation by and of itself will have a fiscal impact on the County's budgct. However, thc cxccution of some of the rccommendations below will require idcntification and sccuring of funding sources. No time or schedule is associated with any recommendations madc by the Preservation Board. Staff anlicipates that the County and Naples Zoo will work cooperalivcly to implement the recommcndations as funding sources become available. Potential funding sources includc private donations, ilnancial assistance and grants set aside f()r historic preservation projecls by thc Stale of Florida and/or Ihe federal government. provided it meet the requirements of those tlnancial assistance programs. While either Ihc County or Ihe Naples Zoo may contribute funds directly to these projecls, neither is required to do so. GROWTH MANAGEMENT: The subject property is zoncd Commcrciallnlermediale (C-3) and Agriculture (A) as shown on the Future Land Use Map of the Growth Management Plan ((iMP), The Land Developmenl Regulations have been adopted to implcment the GMP in order to ensure protcction of hisloric resources. Policy 3,1: h of the Future Land Use Element provides protection of historically signiiicant propeliies, HISTORIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERVATION BOARD (HAP B) RECOMMENDA TION: The Historic and Archaeological Preservation Board (HAPB) forwards to the BCC a recommcndation of approval for petition HD-2007-AR-11828 designating the subject 13,35x Page 3 of 5 ~Agenda : lem No. sa October 23 2007 Page 4 of 107 acre site as historically significant. The Historical and Archacological Preservation Board further recommcnds: I, Existing historic specimen plants should be fully invenloried and mapped by GIS coordinates, These plants should be maintained and interpreted at the zoo, This is already the case in part, but consideration should be given to enhancing the interpretation of the features of the site associated with Dr. Henry NehrJing. 2. Any proposed clearing and redevelopment of the zoo in the vicinity of the NehrJing House Site (8CR974), and Slathouse (8CR975), indicated as an exhibit should be subject to monitoring by an archaeologist. 3. The Caribbean Gardens Gatehouse/Gift Shop (8CR972) and its outbuildings are a significant historic resource and should be preserved. Open 10 the public use is preferred, Consideration should be given to using the building as a museum to interpret the Nehrling, Fleishmann and Tetzlaff legacies. 4. If preservation of the Caribbean Gardens Gatehouse/Gift Shop and its outbuildings in its original location is not feasible then it should be relocated and restored. In this last resort, the structure(s) should be moved to a location as close as possible to the original site while maintaining their original spatial relations as much as possible. 5. Management of the archaeological and historic resources on the subject parcel will comply with the provisions of the Collier County Land Development Code. 6. Transportation Services Division is exempt from the Certificate of Appropriateness fcw the proposed service road abutting Ihe Nehrling parcel will be granted subject to a certified archeologisl being onsite to monitor all excavation activities and a requirement that the waiver be reconsidered hy the HAPB in the event the archeologist finds something of his to riea I or archeological significance. SUMMARY: Staff concludes that having an archeologist on site is unnecessary because the cultural assessment (Exhibit C) was previously done and that p0l1ion of the site was found to have no historical or archeological significance, RECOMMENDA nON: Staff recommends that the Bee approve petilion HD-2007-AR-11828 designating the subject 13.35ic acre site as historically significant subject to the recommendalions made by the Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board except for recommendalion number six (6), and fUl1her recommends the Transportation Services Division be grantcd an unconditional exemption from having to obtain a Cel1illcate of Appropriateness for road improvements related to the North- South service road, which runs parallel to Goodletle-Frank Road (CR-851) Page 4 of5 PREPARED BY: Melissa Zone, Principal Planner Department of Zoning and Land Development Review Exhibit A - March IS, 2006 HAPB meeting minutes Exhibit B - Request for Proposals Exhibit C - Cultural Landscape assessment prepared by AHC Exhibit D - Naples Zoo Master Plan Exhibit E - Conceptual plan for the North South service road Exhibit F - North South service road parallel to Goodlette-Frank Road (CR-851) Exhibit G - The Caribbean Gardens Gatehouse/Gift Shop (8CR972) Exhibit H - The Caribbean Gardens Manager's House (8CR973) Page 5 of 5 Agenda Ilem No. DB Octobsr 23,2007 Page 5 of 107 IlemNumber: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page t of I AgC'!nda Ilelfl No !:IB Octob~1 23, 2()(j7 Page C of 107 COLLlICR COliNTY IJ(,';'FD :,r (JJUtHi C(',MiilSCiluiH,ns ';r' ! h'; 'W';' ""I',Jlk:, 11',dl ail 1"'111'1:0'1;,"'1:, l,w swu,n In (lnd ex parle disr:losure be provided by 'I"TI ",0; >;1 "I',"rl'I;'-'I" I !U_)'_1I)7_i,R ,I i82~ Tile Colliel County HistoriGal and ArGl1aeologiGal P: " rw' '-'11 rloa,d 'eql.le'~\3 a "iI5tn!ical Di~,'gn~rion for the Dr, Nelll'ling tropical garden ',' I' (,11-, rVJlJ'lty PI')rJ'~rt'\' dllO leased hy Hie j'I,'1plesZoo. 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ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERVATION BOARD Naples, Florida, March 15,2006 LET IT BE REMEMBERED, that the Collier County Historical/ Archaeological Preservation Board in and for the County of Collier, having conducted business herein, met on this date at 8:45 AM, in REGULAR SESSION at the Collier County Community Development Services Division Conference room #609, 2800 N, Horseshoe Drive, Naples, Florida with the following members present: CHAIRMAN: John Thompson William DelllDsey Thomas Fra~ ~hino Patricia Hu Ardavan MJveni Elizabeth I;:rdichizzi David Drcllpsa (volunteer) ALSO PRESENT: Ray Bellows, Melissa Zone, Principal Planner. Zoning Dept. Heather Ramirez, Zoning Depal1 lent Amanda Townsend, Parks and 1 .creation Jeffrey Klatzkow, Assistant C( .lty Attorney David Tetzlaff, Naples Zoo Tom Hudgins, Naples Zoo, ('ard Member A.genda Item No. 8B October 23,2007 March 15,'1Jl!)a 8 of 107 1. Roll Call/Attendance: The meeting was called to order by Chairman John Thompson at 8:53 A.M, Roll Call was taken by Chainnan Thompson and a quorum was established, 2. Addenda to the Agenda: Add a. Tom Franchino-Archaeological Conservation Easements b. David Draipsa- HALS Program update Bill Dempsey moved to add the items to the agenda. Second by Betsy Perdichizzi. Carried unanimously 6-0. 3. Approval of Minutes: February 15,2006 After a review of the minutes by the Board, William Dempsey moved to approve the minutes of February 15,2006 as presented. Second by Ardavan Moaveni. Carried unanimously 6-0, 4. Department of Zoning & Land Development Review Report: A. Preservation Board Vacancy Update Ray Bellows announced the BCes approval ofthc Historical/Archaeological Prcservation Board's recommendation to appoint new membcr, Sharon Kenny to its Board, He will make arrangements to provide hcr with packet of information and procedures of the Advisory Board, Hc also told the membcrs that March 28, 2006 is the date for the Chairman's Rep0l1 to the BCe. 5. Old Business: Nehrling's Tropical Garden Site - Historical Designation Update: A. John called for a motion to discuss the Historical Designation. Tom Franchino moved that the Advisory Committee hold a discussion of the Historical Designation of Nehrling Tropical Garden. Second by Betsy Perdiehizzi. Carried unanimously 6-0. Ray Bellows rep0l1ed that he, .IeffKlatzkow, Amanda Townsend, Heather Ramirez, Melissa Zone participated in a mceting and follow-up visit to the site, He stated that what came oul of that meeting was a consensus to have a survey study done by a Certificd Archaeologist to detennine exactly what portion of the remaining site is to carry the historical designation, and its specific significance. They can then proceed with their recommendations to BCC with some professional credence. Melissa Zone statcd that the site has been disturbed over the years, that it is important to know what authentically remains, She also inquired of Mr. Tetzlaff, the future 2 .~genda !tern No. 8B October 23.2007 March 15,f2ilga 9 of 107 plans for the zoo; and if and how he felt the designation would impact the gardens, She stated that the County is looking forward to a great partnership with the zoo, Mr. Tetzlaff handed out a single sheet report, prepared by Dr. .Ian Abernathy, a botanist who has been here since the 1950's and had also walked the] 3 acre North side site. pointing out what he' heen here since the Nehrling era. The list presented showed 19 trees, their type end how meny of each tree, Mr. Tetzlaff stated that they will have a Master plan and work IowaI'd implementing it over time, Their focus is to be able to expand the zoo around the designatcd historical areas of the gardens, to be able to maintain the site (trimming and pruning), while promoting both gardens and zoo. The aim of the zoo is to cooperate with the County but wants assurance that the designation does not act as a deterrent to any financing, maintenance or grow1h of the zoo. Designers of zoos will be contacted soon to bring in their vision of plan. Tom Franchino questioned the mention of a Master Plan that had never been brought up prior to the vote on the designation, He would like the Committee to be able to see this plan. Also, questioned the need for archeologist study when the designation has already been approved for recommendation. Sees need for a historical study and historical records for the futurc planning and for public ininnnation. Betsy Perdichizzi questioned plans inr Public Access, These plans were discussed. She also requested the zoo provide the committee with the Master Plan idea and copies when completed. David Draipsa offered insight as to the value of a historical survcy. Not only for the amount of plants and trees, but also for Ihe stories and writings of Mr. Nehrling associated with it. He explained the need inr a eulturallandscape rep0l1 before a master plan is created, Master Plan can mesh gardens and zoo with diligent efforts by BCC for positive result for posterity. Ray Bellows explained the County is now owner and wants t(> know the exact boundaries, history, what has been altered and what is original that will meet the criteria of the historical designation, This will alleviate the concerns of the zoo regarding their ability to maintain. work and grow around and wilh the designated areas. He stated that a Certificate of Appropriateness would need to be issued for any rcmoval or addition of trees and plants regardless of what area is involved as part of Parks and Recreation criteria. Jeff Klatzkow distribuled a copy ofthe relevant page from the lease that states the consent of the zoo is needed and that remaining specimc', will be preserved. Bringing in someone as liaison to work with the zoo OJ' . 'eservation is the plan. Mr. Hudgins stated the zoo has been maintaining l' ,e 13 acres ff)r years and will work in cooperation with the committee and BCC . . enhance the trustecship of the gardens. Concern is only to protect the zoo from ih oPP0l1unity for grow1h and any 3 Agenda Item No. 86 October 23, 2007 March] ?,ag1l61 0 of 107 hindrance to financing due to historical designation, Amanda Townsend stated that as representative of the property owner (Collier County), Parks and Recreation is interested in pursuing harmony with the wishes of the Zoo Board, HAPB, Zoning Department and Parks and Recreation in how to handle the stewardship of the area, A cultural lands survey and historical assessment by a professional in Botanical landscape is how they felt was the way to approach it. There are funds available and it should take approximately three (3) months, A brief discussion followed regarding putting the Master Plan on hold until the cultural report is in. Committee needs to know what the zoo's plan is along with the report's findings. Also of stairs desire to encompass all information that the BCC will need to vote on the historical designation question, William Dempsey moved to consider the RFP (Request for Proposal) by Parks and Recrcation to review for recommendation at the next HAPB meeting. Second by Tom Franchino. Carried unanimously 6-0. B. Roberts Ranch Update- Ray Bellows repol1ed that a request for temporary use of church for a visitors center until new visitor center is up and running. A Certificate of Appropriateness can be granted because of its historical designation. There will be no modifications on the outside of the building. C. Historic Guide Update- .John Thompson commented on items in the present guide. Bctsy Perdichizzi spoke on items and phOl0S to incorporate in the new Guide regarding addilions of Roberts Park, Otter Mound. Royal Palm Hammock, Church of God Cemetery. Old Marco Inn. Patricia Huff has in/annation ofhislory of Everglades City. She suggested stories and photos of Everglades City Hall, Rod & Gun Club. the Walking Dredge, Monroe Station and Copeland Baptist Church. May need copyright permission on some photos. .John Thompson suggested they gather ideas to improve the revised guide, Ray Bellows recommended that items should be of a Countywide historical nature worth seeing and bringing attention to the area. Sample brochures and guides were passed around and sees need for walking tour and driving tour guides of interesting areas. He stated that now would be the time to include information on the County web-site, as it is being re-done. Melissa Zone offered ideas she has f(lr using research tools to do historic research. Also can put information on the County web-site with links, 4 Aoenda Item No. 88 ~ October 23, 2007 March 15?'"911611 of 107 6. New Business: A. Toll Brothers DRI Ray Bellows reported on DRI pre application meeting for a large project (975 residential dwellings, 975 multi family, 60,000 square feet of office and business space, etc,) located near the Swamp Buggy Grounds. Reports will be prepared, local and regional issues addressed as part of the DRl and cultural assessment will all be presenled to the comminee. 7. Discussion of Addenda: a. Archaeological Consen'ation Easements: (handout) Tom Franchino explained interesting information on incentives to granting conservation easements and determining value under tax code. An income tax deduction would be an incentive to preserve lands. Could also help in preventing building over easements and an economic incentive as well. b. HALS (Historic American Landscape Survey) Update David Draipsa explained that HALS program, as a companion program to the Historical American Building Survey program. includes historical landscapes in its documenlation in the National Registry. He is the Florida liaison for HALS and would like to see Nehrling gardens documented as a historical landscape in this Registry. The next scheduled meeting will be held Wednesday April 19, 2006 in Room #609 Collier County Development Services Division, 2800:'<1, Horseshoe Dr-ive. There being no further business for the good of the County, the meeting was adjourned hy order of the chair at 10:] SA.M, ************ HISTORICAL/ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERVATION BOARD Chairman, John Thompson 5 Agenda Item No. 86 October 23. 2007 Page 12 of 107 COLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICES DIVISION 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Bldg H Rm 217 Naples, Florida 34112 239-774-8468 if 239-793-2525 ~ June 30, 2006 TO: Prospective Bidders FR: Amanda Townsend, Operations Analyst RE: Cultural Landscape Report for Nehrling property within Naples Zoo ReQuest for Proposals Collier County is seeking proposals from quaJified firms capable of providing consulting services for the development of a Cultural Landscape Report for the original13,35-acre tract occupied by Dr. Helll'Y Nehrling 1921-1929, now part of the Naples Zoo, Detailed Scope of Services, Submission Instructions, Evaluation and Selection ProcedU1'es, and General Conditions follow. If you have any questions regarding this RFP, pJease contact me at 239-530-6859 or .~mf!X).>!.m()\"1lj;mgiw,c911iergov .nct, or via the postal address above, We look forward to your participation in this RFP process. Scopc of Services Agenda Item hJrJ, 83 OctCiber 23. 2007 Page 13 of 107 This RFP is issued for the purpose of securing one-time professional services for the preparation of a Cultural Landscape Report for the originaI13.35-aere tract occupied by Dr, Henry Nehrling 1921-1929, now part of the Naples Zoo. The repOli should "e v,';':;rd in accordance with the National Park Service's Technical Preservation Series Preservation I3rief36: Protecting Cultural Landscapes, The repOli should include at a minimum: . Historical Research . Inventory and Documentation of Existing Conditions . Site Analysis and Evaluation of Integrity and Significance . Recommendations for Future Treatment The ultimate goal of the repOlt is twofold: 1) to determine the site's eligibility for designation as a site of local historical significance in accordance with the Collier County Land Development Code, and 2) to serve as a resource for the Collier County Archaeological and Historic Preservation Board to use to make informed decisions in issuing Celtificates of Appropriateness for any possible future changes to the sile if such a designation is hestowed. Deliverablcs are as follows: J, Kick-off meeting with County staff (within 14 days of receipt of PO) 2, Draft rcport (within 60 days of rcceipt of PO) 3, Final repOlt (within 90 days ofrceeipt of PO) 4, Prescntation of report to Archacological and Historical Preservation Board (TBD) Additional presentations may he requested and negotiatcd beyond the scope of services required herein. Three hard copies and one electronic copy of the report arc required. Eledl'Onic copies shall he supplied in Microsoft Word or .pclffofl113t, 'with graphics in jpg or .pdfformat. Timetable for payment: 40% upr:o,ubmission of the draft reporl 40'< .<,)on submission of the final report 20% upon completion of the required prescntation Submission Instructions Agenda Item No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 14 of 107 In responding to this RFP, proposers may submit up to 20 pages addressing the following selcction criteria: Credentials, Include a description of the proposer's business history and number of years in operation, Include numbcr of employees, whcn fu'ffi was established, principals of firm, and any other related information, Specifically address experience in the development of Cultmal Landscape Reports, EXllerti~!; of Desilmated Staff. Include resumes and working locations of key personnel. Indicate how they will ensure responsiveness to the required tasks, Identify any working relationships that may exist between the proposed project manager and othcr kcy persOlmcl, including subconsultants, Cite previous projects in which the proposed team members have worked and their respective roles. T f subconsultant(s) are listed as a part of the project team, provide a letter [rom cach sub consultant that indicatcs intent to be a part of the team. PrevIous PCrfOl'ffianCe on Similar Jobs. Indicate number of years experience with jobs of similar size and scope, Describe experience on these projccts, including scope, tasks performed, and related information. Furnish five refercnces with name, title, firm name, mailing address, phone number and cmail address. Submit onc cxample of previous work (not included in thc 20 page ploposallimit). Approach. To thc cxtcnt possible, discuss the approach the report will take toward analysis of the intcgrity and significance of the site and the recommendations for future treatment it will offer, If necessary, refcr to Preservation Brief 36, as noted above, Office Location and Responsiveness. Indicate location of proposer's homc office and location of all project tcam members. Cost. Indicate the total cost for providing professional consulting services in accordance with the defined ~cope of the project. Include with your proposal the following: 1. Proposer's Qualification Form 2. Declaration Statement 3. Certification of No Conilicl Form 4, CeJiificatc ofInsuranee Submit one original and four copies of your proposal to Amanda Townsend at the above addrcss on or before 3 :00 pm July 14, 2006. Ifyau choose not to respond to this Riop, please indicate so via cmail to Amanda Townsend on or before the deadline, An explanation for your decline is appreciated. F.cenda item No. 88 ~ October 23. 2007 Page 15 of 107 Evaluation and Selection Procedures All proposals submitted will be reviewed upon receipt to verify that each proposal appears to be minimally responsive to the requirements of this RFP. A selection committee of five County staff members will review all proposals submitted. Each committee member will score each proposal based on the criteria as follows: Credentials 10 Expertise of Designated Staff 15 Previous Performance on Similar Johs 30 Approach 25 Officc Location and Responsiveness 5 Cost 15 TOTAL 100 The committee will compile individual rankings for each proposal to determine a recommendation. However, the committee will choose a finn based on consensus, and not necessarily on the final ranking order of the firms. General Conditions The proposal shall be deemed an offer to provide services to Collier County, In submitting a proposal, the Proposer declares that they understand and agree to abide by all specilications, provisions, terms and conditions of same, and all ordinances and policies of Collier County. The Proposer agrees that ifthe contract is awarded to their firm, they will perform the work in accordance with the provisions, terms and conditions of the contract. Proposals received after Ihe published deadline shall not be ac.cepted and will be returned unopened. ;)y submission ofthis Proposal, thc undersigncd, as Proposer, does declare that the only person ur persons interested in this proposal as principal or principals is/are named therein and that no person other than therein mentioned hCis any interest in this Proposal or in the conlract to be entcrcd into; that this Proposal is made without cOJUlection with any person, company or parties making a Proposal, and that it is in all respects fair and in good faith without collusion or fraud, No Proposal can be withdrawn after it is filcd unless the Proposer makes their request in writing to the County prior to the time set for the opening f Proposals, 01' unless the County fails to accept it within sixty (GO) days after the datc fixcd for opening, /\genda Ilem No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 16 of 107 Submission of a signed Proposal is Proposer's cettification that the Proposer will accept any awards made to them as a result of said submission of the terms contained therein, Proposers taking exception to any part or section of these instructions or conditions shall indicate such exceptions on their Proposal. Failure to indicate any exceptions shall be interpreted as the Proposer's intent to fully comply with the Scope of Services as written. Neither the County Manager nor his staff shall be responsible for oral interpretation given either by himself or members of his staff, The issuance of a written addendum shall be the only official method whereby such interpretation will be given, It shall be understood and agreed that any and all services, materials and equipment shall comply fully with all Local, State and Federal laws and regulations, Since these conditions include Insurance Requirements, there may be additional insurance costs to the Proposer's fi1111. It is, therefore, imperative that the Proposer discuss these requirements with the Proposer's agent, as noted on the Insurance Check List, so that allowances for any additional costs ean be made by the Proposer, Ibe Consultant's obligation under this provision shall not be limited in any way by the agreed upon contract price, or the Consultant's limit of: 01' lack of, sufficient insurance protecti on, The County accepts no responsibility for any expenses incurred in the Proposal, preparation, or presentation; such expenses to be born exclusively by the Proposer, Before the award of any contract, each Proposer may be required to show (to the complete satisfaction of the county Manager or their dcsignee), that they have the necessary facilities, ability and financial resources to furnish thc service as specified herein in a satisfactory manner, and they may also be required to show past history and references which will enable the County Manager, or their designee, to satisfy themselves as to the qualifications, Failure to qualify according to the foregoing requirements will justify the County in rejecting a Proposal. As pcr County Ordinance #99-22, all firms are hereby placed on NOTICE that the Board of County Commissioners does not wish to be lobbied, either individually or collectivcly, about a project for which a linn has submitted a proposal. Finns and their agents are not to contact members of the County Commission for such purposes as meeting or introduction, luncheons, di1U1crs, etc, During the publication, evaluation and award phases, no firm or their agent shall e.ontae.t any other employee. of Col1ier County in reference to this solicitation and their prospective or aetual Proposal. Failure to abide by this provision may serve as grounds for disqualification for this or a future award to the firm. Only one proposal from a legal entity as primary will be considered. A legal entity who submits a proposal as a primary or as pati of a partnership or joint ventme submitting as primary may not then act as a subconsultant to any other firm submitting under the same RFP. Ifa legal entity is not submitting as a primary, or as part of a partnership or joint ,1l,genda Item No. SB October 23, 2007 Page 17 of 107 venture as a primary, that legal entity may act as a subconsultant to any other firm or firms submitting under the same RFP. lfit is found that a Proposer is in violation of this section, all proposals in which such a Proposer is listed will be rejected. The right is reserved by Collier County to waive any irregularities in the Proposal, to reject any or all Proposals, to rc-solicit for Proposals, if desired, and upon recommendation andjustiiication by Collier County to acccpt the Proposal which in the judgment of the County is deemed the most advantageous for the public and the County of Colli cr. Any Proposal which is incomplete, conditional, obscme or which contains irregularities of any kind, may be cause for rejection of the Proposal. In the event of default of the successful Proposer, or their refusal to cnter into the Collier County contract, the County reserves the right to accept the Proposal of any other Proposer 01' to re-advertise using the same 01' revised documentation, at its sole discretion. l11e County reserves the right to include in any contract document such terms and conditions as it dcems necessary for thc propcr protection of the rights of Collier County. A pcrson or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for the construction or rcpair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leases or real prope1'ty to a ]1ublic entity, may not be awa1'd',d or perform work as a contractor, supplier, or subcont1'actor uhder a contract with any J ,blic entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess ofthe thre,,' ld amount provided in Section 287.017 of Florida Statutes for Category Two il)r a peri, ,fthirty-six (36) months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor Ii Noorganization or individual shall oiTer or give, either directh gift, loan, fee, service or other item of value to any County elL'I' Chapter 112, Part III, Florida Statutes, Collier County Ethics ( County Administrative Procedure 5311. Violation of this pro more of the following conseqllences: a. Prohibition by the inc' employce of the firm from contact with County staff for a Sf P1'ohihition by the individual and/or firm from doing husil1 specified period of time, including but not limited to: sub, quotes; and, c., immediate termination of allY contract he] for cause, indirectly, any favor, ce, as set fOlth in ,ance No, 2004-05, and n mny result in one or : ual, firm, and/or any lcd pcriod oftimc; b. vith the County for a .ng bids, RFP, and/or thc individual and/or firm Agenda Item tJo. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 18 of 107 PROPOSERS QUALIFICATION FORM FIRM NAME: Address: City: Telephone: (_) State ZIP FAX: ( Email Address: TYPE OF FIRM: Corporation under the laws of the State of Years in Business PartnershiplYears in Business: Sole ProprietorshiplYears in Business Licensed to do business in the State of Florida? Yes No LIST RELEVANT CURRENT PROJECTS ON WHICH YOUR FIRM IS THE CANDIDATE FOR AWARD: Are there any judgments, claims or suits pending or outstanding J2y or aqainst the firm? Yes No If yes, submit details on separate sheet. List all lawsuits that have been filed by or against your firm in the last five (5) years: Agenda Ilem No. 38 October 23. 2007 Page 19 of 107 PROPOSERS QUALIFICATION FORM (Continued) REFERENCES: Surety/Underwriter: (if required) Other References: Pursuant to information for prospective proposers for the above-mentioned proposed project, the undersigned is submitting the information as required with the understanding that it is only to assist in determining the qualifications of the organization to perform the type and magnitude of work intended, and further, guarantee the truth and accuracy of all statements herein made. We will accept your determination of qualifications without prejudice. Name of Organization: By: Title: Attested By: Title: Date: Fees: List total fees for work done on all Collier County Government projects in the past five (5) years, whether as an individual firm or as part of a joint venture, Fees must be listed individually by contract or project and then summarized as a total dollar amount. Attach additional page if necessary, $ Total Fees for work done on all Collier County projects Agenda Item No. 86 October 23, 2007 Page 20 of 107 DECLARATION STATEMENT Dear Commissioners: The undersigned, as Proposer hereby declares that he has examined the Scope of Services, and informed himself fully in regard to all conditions pertaining to the work to be done. The Proposer further declares that the only persons, company or parties interested in this Proposal or the Contract to be entered into as principals are named herein; that the Proposal is made without connection with any other person, company or companies making a Proposal; and it is in all respects fair and in good faith, without collusion or fraud, The services to be furnished by us shall be performed in accordance with the requirements of the Request for Proposal as issued by the County on July 1, 2006, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE have hereunto subscribed our names on this day of , 2006 in the County of , in the State of Firm's Complete Legai Name Check one of the following: o Sole Proprietorship o Corporation or PA o Limited Partnership o General Partnership Phone No. FAX No. Address City, State, Zip BY: Typed and Written Signature Title .'~\genda Item t\Jo. 88 October 23. 2007 Page 21 of 107 CERTIFICATION OF NO CONFLICT I certify that a complete list of any businesses and/or organizations to whom the proposer has (had) any affiliation or obligations within the past five (5) years; whether paid or donated, which could be construed by the County as a conflict of interest is attached. I certify that a full disclosure of information on any work performed for private interests within the past (2) years, especially work that is not yet completed, which could pose a conflict of interest under this contract is attached. I represent that the proposer pi'esently has no interest and shall acquire no interest, either direct or indirect, which would conflict in any manner with the performance of services required hereunder. I further represent that no persons having any such interest shall be employed to perform those services. Signature and Title of Principal Date Agenda Item No. 88 OCtober 23, 2007 Page 22 of 107 INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS (1) The amounts and types of insurance coverage shall conform to the following minimum requirements with the use of Insurance Services Office (ISO) forms and endorsements or their equivalents. If CONSULTANT has any self-insured retentions or deductibles under any of the below listed minimum required coverages, CONSULTANT must identify on the Certificate of Insurance the nature and amount of such self-insured retentions or deductibles and provide satisfactory evidence of financiai responsibility for such obligations. All self-insured retentions or deductibles will be CONSULTANT'S sole responsibility. (2) The insurance required by this Agreement shall be written for not iess than the limits specified herein or required by law, whichever is greater. (3) Coverages shall be maintained without interruption from the date of commencement of the services until the date of compietion and acceptance of the Project by the OWNER or as specified in this Agreement, whichever is longer. (4) Certificates of insurance (3 copies) acceptable to the OWNER shall be filed with the OWNER within ten (10) calendar days after Notice of Award is received by CONSULTANT evidencing the fact that CONSULTANT has acquired and put in place the insurance coverages and iimits required hereunder. In addition, certified, true and exact copies of all insurance polices required shall be provided to OWNER, on a timely basis, if requested by OWNER. Such certificates shall contain a provision that coverages afforded under the policies will not be canceled or allowed to expire until at ieast thirty (30) days prior written notice has been given to the OWNER, CONSULTANT shall also notify OWNER, in a like manner, within twenty-four (24) hours after receipt, of any notices of expiration, cancellation, non-renewal or material change in coverages or limits received by CONSULTANT from its insurer, and nothing contained Ilerein shall relieve CONSULTANT of this requirement to provide notice. In the event of a reduction in the aggregate limit of any policy to be provided by CONSULTANT hereunder, CONSULTANT shall immediately take steps to have the aggregate limit reinstated to the full extent permitted under such policy. (5) All insurance coverages of the CONSULTANT shall be primary to any insurance or self insurance program carried by the OWNER applicable to this Project. (6) The acceptance by OWNER of any Certificate of Insurance does not constitute approval or agreement by the OWNER that the insurance requirements have been satisfied or that the insurance policy shown on the Certificate of Insurance is in compliance with the requirements of this Agreement. (7) CONSULTANT shall require each of its subconsuitants to procure and maintain, until the completion of the subconsultant's services, insurance of the types and to the limits specified in this Section except to the extent such insurance requirements for the subconsultant are expressly waived in writing by the OWNER. (8) Should at any time the CONSULTANT not maintain the insurance coverages required herein, the OWNER may terminate the Agreement or at its sole discretion shall be authorized to purchase such coverages and charge the CONSULTANT for such Agenda ltE:m r'~o. 88 October 23. 2007 Page 23 of 107 coverages purchased. If CONSULTANT fails to reimburse OWNER for such costs within thirty (30) days after demand, OWNER has the right to offset these costs from any amount due CONSULTANT under this Agreement or any other agreement between OWNER and CONSULTANT, The OWNER shall be under no obligation to purchase such insurance, nor shall it be responsible for the coverages purchased or the insurance company or companies used. The decision of the OWNER to purchase such insurance coverages shall in no way be construed to be a waiver of any of its rights under the Agreement. (9) If the initial, or any subsequently issued Certificate of Insurance expires prior to the completion of the services required hereunder or termination of the Agreement, the CONSULTANT shall furnish to the OWNER, in triplicate, renewal or replacement Certificate(s) of Insurance not later than thirty (30) calendar days prior to the date of their expiration, Failure of the Contractor to provide the OWNER with such renewal certificate(s) shall be deemed a material breach by CONSULTANT and OWNER may tenninate the Agreement for cause. WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY Required bv this Aqreement? X Yes No (1) Workers' Compensation and Employers' Liability Insurance shall be maintained by the CONSULTANT during the term of this Agreement for all employees engaged in the work under this Agreement in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. The amounts of such insurance shall not be less than: a. Worker's Compensation - Florida Statutory Requirements b. Employers' Liability ---2L $1,000,000 Each Accident $1,000,000 Disease Aggregate $1,000,000 Disease Each Employee (2) The insurance company shall waive all claims rights against the OWNER and the policy shall be so endorsed. (3) United States Longshoreman's and Harborworkel"s Act coverage shall be maintained where applicable to the completion of the work. _ Applicable _X_ Not Applicable (4) Maritime Coverage (Jones Act) shall be maintained where applicable to the completion of the work. _ Applicable _X_ Not Applicable COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY .1I,genda Item No. S8 October 23, 2007 Page 24 of 107 Required by this Agreement? -P_ Yes No (1) Commercial General Liability Insurance, written on an "occurrence" basis, shall be maintained by the CONSULTANT, Coverage wlli include, but not be limited to, Bodily Injury, Property Damage, Personal injury, Contractual Liability for this Agreement, Independent Contractors, Broad Form Property Damage including Compieted Operations and Products and Completed Operations Coverage. Products and Completed Operations coverage shali be maintained for a period of not less than five (5) years following the completion and acceptance by the OWNER of the work under this Agreement. Limits of Liability shall not be less than the following: -L General Aggregate Products/Completed Operations Aggregate Personal and Advertising Injury Each Occurrence Fire Damage $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $ 50,000 (2) The General Aggregate Limit shall apply separately to this Project and the policy shall be endorsed using the following endorsement wording. "This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: Commercial General Liability Coverage Part, The General Aggregate Limit under LIMITS OF INSURANCE applies separately to each of your projects away from premises owned by or rented to you," Applicable deductibles or self-insured retentions shall be the sole responsibility of CONSULTANT, Deductibles or self-insured retentions carried by the CONSULTANT shall be subject to the approval of the Risk Management Director or his/her designee. (3) The OWNER shall be named as an Additional Insured and the policy shall be endorsed that such coverage shall be primary to any similar coverage carried by the OWNER. (4) Coverage shall be included for explosion, collapse or underground property damage claims. (5) Watercraft Liability coverage shall be carried by the CONSULTANT or the SUBCONSUL TANT in limits of not less than the Commercial General Liability limit shown in subparagraph (1) above if applicable to the completion of the Services under this Agreement. _ Applicable _X_ Not Applicable (7) Aircraft Liability coverage shall be carried by the CONSULTANT or the SUBCONSULTANT in limits of not less than $5,000,000 each occurrence if applicable to the completion of the Services under this Agreement. _ Applicable _X_ Not Applicable AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE Required by this Agreement? _X_ Yes No " .Agenda Item t~o. 88 October 23. 2007 Page 25 of 107 (1) Automobile Liability Insurance shall be maintained by the CONSULTANT for the ownership, maintenance or use of any owned, non-owned or hired vehicle with limits of not less than: _X_ Bodily Injury & Property Damage - $ 500,000 _ Bodily Injury & Pro~erty Damage - $1,000,000 UMBRELLA LIABILITY (1) Umbrella Liability may be maintained as part of the liability insurance of the CONSULTANT and, if so, such policy shall be excess of the Employers' Liability, Commercial General Liability, and Automobile Liability coverages required herein and shall include all coverages on a "following form" basis. (2) The policy shall contain wording to the effect that, in the event of the exhaustion of any underlying limit due to the payment of claims, the Umbrella policy will "drop down" to apply as primary insurance. PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE Required by this Agreement? _X_ Yes No (1) Professional Liability Insurance shall be maintained by the CONSULTANT to insure its legal liability for claims arising out of the performance of professional services under this Agreement. CONSULTANT waives its right of recover against OWNER as to any claims under this insurance. Such insurance shall have limits of not less than: -.l<; $ 500,000 each claim and in the aggregate (2) Any deductible applicable to any claim shall be the sole responsibility of the CONSULTANT. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in no event shall the policy deductible be greater than $50,000 each claim. Deductibles in excess of that amount shall require the prior written approval of the Risk Management Director or his/her designee, at their discretion. (3) The CONSULTANT shall continue this coverage for this Project for a period of not iess than five (5) years following completion and acceptance of the Project by the OWNER. (4) The policy retroactive date will always be prior to the date services were first performed by CONSULTANT or OWNER, and the date will not be moved forward during the term of this Agreement and for five years thereafter. CONSULTANT shall promptly submit Certificates of Insurance providing for an unqualified written notice to OWNER of any cancellation of coverage or reduction in limits, other than the application of the aggregate limits provision, In addition, CONSULTANT shall also notify OWNER by certified mail, within twenty-four (24) hours after receipt, of any notices of expiration, cancellation, non-renewal or material change in coverages or limits received by CONSULTANT from its insurer. In the event of more than a twenty percent (20%) reduction in the aggregate limit of any policy, CONSULTANT shall immediately take steps to have the aggregate limit reinstated to the full extent permitted under such policy, -! Agenda Item No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 26 of 107 .' CONSULT ANT shall promptly submit a certified, true copy of the policy and any endorsements issued or to be issued on the policy if requested by OWNER. VALUABLE PAPERS INSURANCE (1 ) CONSULTANT shall purchase valuable papers and records coverage for pians, specifications, drawings, reports, maps, books, biueprints, and other printed documents in an amount sufficient to cover the cost of recreating or reconstructing valuable papers or records utilized during the term of this Ag reement. PROJECT PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY (1) If OWNER notifies CONSULTANT that a project professional liability policy will be purchased, then CONSULTANT agrees to use its best efforts in cooperation with OWNER and OWNER'S insurance representative, to pursue the maximum credit available from the professional liability carrier for a reduction in the premium of CONSULTANT'S professional liability policy. if no credit is available from CONSULTANT'S current professional policy underwriter, then CONSULTANT agrees to pursue the maximum credit availabie on the next renewal policy, if a renewal occurs during the term of the project policy (and on any subsequent professional liability policies that renew during the term of the project poiicy). CONSULTANT agrees that any such credit will fully accrue to OWNER, Should no credit accrue to OWNER, OWNER and CONSULTANT, agree to negotiate in good faith a credit on behalf of OWNER for the provision of project-specific professional liability insurance policy in consideration for a reduction in CONSULTANT'S self-insured retention and the risk of uninsured or underinsured consultants. (2) CONSULTANT agrees to provide the following information when requested by OWNER or OWNER'S Project Manager: a, The date the professional liability insurance renews, b. Current policy limits. c, Current deductibles/seif-insured retention, d. Current underwriter. e. Amount (in both dollars and percent) the underwriter will give as a credit if the policy is replaced by an individual project policy. f, Cost of professional insurance as a percent of revenue. g. Affirmation that the design firm will complete a timely project errors and omissions application, (3) If OWNER elects to purchase a project professional liability policy, CONSULTANT to be insured will be notified and OWNER will provide professional liability insurance, naming CONSULTANT and its professional subconsultants as named insureds. l~'fJen::ia item 1>.]0. GS October 23,2007 Ar h I . I d H' .cal C I P~" of 107 C aeo oglca an Iston onservancy, nc. ~,,\\iSTO~}C~ _0 r-b 4800 S.W. 64'" Avenue, Suite 107 Davie, FL 33314 sJ"~ 954/792-9776 Fax 954/79.2.9954 g ~ ~ " '0, ......"': ~. 4 , , Fcbruary 2, 2007 Al'lk1nda Townscnd Operations Analyst Collier County Public Services ));v;sion 3301 E. TamiHmi Trail, Building II Room 217 Naples, FL 34112 RE: Nehrling Parcel (200li.9T) Cultural L~ntlscape As'e~,smenl. Dear !\muntla. Please iind enclosed" JraCl "I' AHe 'rechnical Report #7(11, A C,,111Iml /.IlIJd\'cape .-t.\'se.>~\mef1t (if tire Nehrling PorNo" ol/he l,.'(11'le.\' Zoo Parcd Collie,. ('011111,1', Florida. Rc-C0111Uli.:;ndatrons art :'1u{~jl"L1 to minor re\'lsions L1JSed on tJle ZOOIS 111aster plan~ \'t'hic:h was not avail~lbk in tirw.:~ fur {his suhmis:-ilon. \Vc J.\V.<:lt your response bet'H'l~ ll1aking our final revisions to the repo)'t ill ciIlticipalil>n of the Preserviltiol1 Board \-leelill~ on F~bl'llaI'Y ~ I, ~()07. Sinccrds. :S1~phatlj~ FaulLm:r ABC Oljicc \'fanagt'r Agenda Item No. 88 October 23 2007 DR.A..JPll~~iP(1f 107 A Cultural Landscape Assessment of the Nehrling Portion of the Naples Zoo PropertYl Collier County, Florida by Robert S, Carr, M.S. John G, fleliault, B.A. Steph,mie Falllkner, B.A. Timothy A. Harrington John Crump Archaeological and I iislOrical Conservancy 4800 S W 64th A venue Suile ] 07 Davie, n. 33314 (954) 792-9776 "rchl gc1@;bel]ol'lJth.nei for Collier Counry Parks and Recreation AHC Technical Report #761 January 2007 2006,97 Agenda Item I,D. [,3 October 23 2007 DR.A..F1J~";0:oa-f 1 07 TABLE OF CONTENTS List or Figures ii Consultant Summary ProJec.t Setting 5 Existing Conditions " Land Use History 12 Previous Research 24 Methodo] r.>gy 26 Summa!)' or Sites 28 Results and (<'nel us;ons 44 Re;;.omrnendarion5 50 Referenccs Citcd 52 Appendix 1: 1955 Plant Inventory ofCaribbemJ Gardcns 53 Appendix::': ::'000 Plant Tnvenlory (,fCaribbean G;lrden5 54 Appendix 3: Dr. Read', List of Plants 56 Appendix 4: Noles from Inlerv;n\- with Dr. Ahemathie 59 Agenda Ilem No. 38 OJ:;\j:iher 23 2007 DR<\lptl~~J)lf 107 LIST OF FIGURES I. Location map llf the Naples Zoo propeny and the Nehrling parceL 2, Portion of the 1874 plat map for Township 495, Range 25E with the modern parcel boundaries superimposed. 3. Soil Survey map of the )Tup]es Zoo property courtesy of the USDA Web Soil Survey website, 4, Signs located in the area of the fOnTler "Orchid Cathedml" honoring Nehrling and describing his achievements. 5, A typical plant identification sign used by the Naple~ Zoo. 6. The larger of 1\"10 playgrotmds situak:d in the western pOJ1ion of the original Nehrling parceL 7. A typical animal enclosure found in the Nehrling portion of the l\aples Zoo. 8. Dr. Henry Nchrling (1853-1929), lamed pioncer botanist and hortieultura1ist, 9, Henry Nehrling in one of his lathe (sl<1t) houses in Gotha cxhibiting caladiums. 10, 1954 aerial photograph nfthe C,rribl>ean Gardens showing the centr~llates in the process of being dug. II. Blueprint plan for the Caribl>e~n Gardens circa 1954 sbmving proposed developmcnts te> the original N'ehrling pared and tile area south 10y fleisdumlllrl. ] 2. 1962 black and whitc aerial photograph of the Naples Zoo propen)i with the approximate borders outlined ill yellow with (he Nchrling parcel outlined in red. 13. 2004 color aerial onhGphotograph of tbe N' aples Zoo property v.,ith lhe llpproximaw bordcrs outlined in yellow with the Nehrling parcel outlined in red. 14. Vicw north at a chisler orPandamL~ (screw [line) ill central porlilln of the Naples Zoo parcel. is. View south ~i one of a JOZVl'I larg(' Fig trees ofvaJiou~ 'pecies most likely introduced by NehrJing. 16, View ellst dll\\1.1Ihe Ruyal Palm "walk" originaHy plunted hy Julius F1eisebmalill n'car tl1e soulhem edge ofllle Nchrling parcel. 17. Dead cypress trees in 1he area of rhe fllmlcr "Orchid Cathedra]," J 8. T)pical path arc.a showing one of the very mature Fig trces possibly pl'l11leJ by NehrHng. 11 4 7 8 10 10 1\ J] 16 16 17 18 ]9 20 : I 2] 22 0'" -"- 23 P.genda :tern r,o. SB October 23. 2007 DR-\Fr~2,ilif 107 19. View north tov\'ard the Nehrling portion oflhe Naples Zoo parcel. 23 20, Vintage e, 1950/605 po"tcard of the Caribbean Gardens gatehoLLo;e/gift shop, 29 2]. View north of the Cmibbean Gardens gatehouse/gift shop. 29 22, View south of the rcstroo1l1S, an outbuilding oflhe Caribbean Gardens 30 gatehollse/gifl shop. 23. View southeast of the smallest of two outbuildings associated with the 30 Caribbean Gan:1cn$ gateho\lse/gift shop, 24, View Southeast of the Caribbean Gardens manager's house. 32 25. View north ofthe Caribbeml Gardens manager's house, 32 26. !I.1ap oftbe Nelu'ling House Site (8CR974) area sll(lwing the plaCCmcnll1fshoveJ 34 tests in restricted areas available for testing, 27. View west at the Nehrling /-louse Site (8CR974), 35 28. View east back toward the area of Figure 27, 35 29, Skcteb by Nebrling showing a proposed addition to his Naples slatholJse, 38 30. Map of the Nehrling Slat house Site (8CR975) area sh(lwing Ihe placement of 39 shovel tests in restricted mens available for tesling. 31. Pbotogr~ph I'rom 1952 Nixon Smiley il/iam; Herald arlicle sl1o\'.g the remains .1(1 (,fNehrling', )/aples slnthollse. .,2. Photogr;::ph il'om J 952 J\ivm Smiley Miami J!eruld arlicle sh, :!1g one ofthe 40 newly dredged (;(:nlral iJk"s on the Caribbean GanJens parcel 33. View ,'ast of Tim Tet7-laff and Ralpb Williums standing at tl',du'ling 4] Slathousc 5ilC (8CR975), 34. Vie\\: east of Unit 1 cxca\'~tkd to appro,dlllatcly 10 nl1 in :lh. 4] 35, View north ofslighlly unuulaling ,hell len, in the l1onh' . ofL'nit 1. 42 36, View north of JClail "I' unulilating shell lens in tJle nOrl' .,,11 of Lnil I, 42 37, Plan of the Nehrling Slathousc Site (XCR975). 43 38.2004 color aerial orthophotograph of the ~apJcs ZO( 'pl'rty showing the Jocalim;s of historic features. 48 39, Sipn at the Naples Zoo announcing regularly scl . .!tJled information pluJlt tours, 49 40, Special botanical afe" at the Naples Zoo she)\'. .-asing unique plants and plrilltcrs. 49 iii Agenda Item No. SB October 23. 2007 DRAF'1i~2~'i'f 107 CONSULTANT SUMMARY From Odober 2006 through January 2007, the Archueological & Historical Conservancy, Inc. (ABC) conducted a cultural landsc~pe ussessment for Collier County's Parks and Recreation Deparuncnt of the Nehrllng portion of the Naples Zoo property locatcd north cast of the ccntcr of the City of Naples in Colli"r Coun1y, within Section 27, in Township 52S, Range 27E, Tllis report addrt$ses Ihe 13.35-acre parcel originally owned by Dr, Henry Nehrling located in the nortl1cm portion oflheoJc45-acre Naples Zoo property. Reno\vll"d horticultumlist and ornithologist Dr. Henry Nehrling (1853-1929) developed the subject parcel as an experimental gardcn from 1921 until his death in 1929. The land lay neg] ected until it was redeveloped bctween 1951 and 1954 as the Caribbe<ln Gardens botanical tourist attraction by Julius Fleischm~mn, heir to the Fleischmann food pl'Oducts fortune, In 1967 La\\.renee "Jungle Lany" Te1z]aff ]eru;ed the propetty and added Ius animal shows and exhibits, The attraction re"pened in 1969 as Jungle Larry's African Satari and evolved into the Naples Zoo at C;llibbe<ll1 Gardens, In 2005, backed by a voter referendum, Collier County purchased the property and leased it 10 tIle newly formed non-profit, Naples Zoo, 1ne, , whose Board Members inelude members of the Tetzlaff family. As a result of these vari(}u~ land uses, lhe Nehrling parcel and tile overnll Naples Zoo propelty have been extcnsively allered over the past eighty years. The Nehr]ing pared was a>sessed 10 determine whether il rewins any elements or fealmes that could contribule towaTds its desigmltioJl us a significant cultuml landscape. The assessmenl was pcrlimn"d specifically 10 locate and evaluate any significant landscape, archaeological, and histmie,al features so Ihat a master plan and improv"Jllent.s ID the Nap]es Zoo propmty C-,Ul be implemented without adversely impacting any significant cullum] resources 011 the J\ chrling parcel. Th(, primary goals ofthls assessment were: 1) 10 determine [he subject pare-ers eligibility for tksignation as 3 site of Joc:il historical ,ignijicance in accordance with the Collier County Lmd Development Cod". and 2) to proyide information and all ass~ssment to the CoHler County .'\rehacolugieal and Historic Pre:<ervalion Board to use lQ make informed decision, in issuing C(.1'tificales of .o\ppropriatenessl(,r any pos,ible future changes to Thc subject parcel if ,uch a designation is bestow('d. This assessmcnt was conducted 10 fulfill historic resource requirements for Collier Counry. spcciiically Col]icr County's Land Development Code 2.03.07 E. This asscssment was also conducted in accordance with Sectinn 106 oftbe Nation:11 :iJistnri" Preservation Ac1 of 1'166 (Public Law ~'1-(i65). as amcnded in 1992, and 36 C'.f.R.. Part 800: ProtectioJl of HislOric Properties. Elemcnts of this report were prepm'Cd in accordance with the National Park Scrvice's "Technical Prescrvation Brief 36: Protecting Cullmal Landscapes" \vhich includes guidelines for Hi~lorical Research; Inventory and Documentation t)f Existing Conditions: Site Analysis and Evaluation oflnlegrity and Signilic3nce; :md Recommendations for Future Treatment. Agenda Item No. 88 Olil'\'''i'.r 2'j 2007 DRA~~ge-;;"J.Ij'fl 07 111is cultural reSllllree ass~ssment included an arc.hival review, a pedestrian survey, archaeological subsurface testing, a botanical and historical assessment. and an architectural assessment nf [he subject parcel. Attempts ,vere made to locate and assess any landscape features linked to Nchrling's use of the parcel and to identilY any surviving plants and landscape features introduced to ll1e parcel by Henry Nehrling, Other cultural resources. such as possible prehistoric sites and Ilistoric features associated with Nehrling' s use of the parcel and the early dcvelopmcnt of the Caribbean Gardens, were also assessed. !\s r~rt of the archaeolOb~cal assessment. twenty-tive 50cnl shovel tests were excavatcd in two discreet areas reported by informants to be the locations of \!e1uling's house and slat house, Finally, four buildings surviving from Flei~Ghmann's Caribbean Gardens located on the subject parcel were examincd by an architectural historian and their significance determined. Consequently, forms wC'rC' submittcd to the Florida jI,.faster Site File fur the two Nehrling archaeological sites and for the two F1eischmalll1 stnlcUlrcs (thc Caribbcan GardC'lIs gatc!'ouse/gift shop with its two outbuildings constituting onc structural site and thc mamlger's l){luse the other), AHC also conducted an arcltival review of documcnts and prcvious rescarch on Hcnry Kehrling and the hislory or the land use of the subject parcel. lnformant interviews were conducted \\ith Dr. .Ian Abemathie, head botanist of the Naples Zoo; David Tctzlaff. Executive Director or tile Naples Zoo: Tim Tetzlaff, Director of Conservation and Comm'll1ications; and Ralph \ViJIiams, the hcad maintenance superintclldent. Dr, Abemathie, whose involvement with the Ca!'ibbc~n Gardens began in 1956. was especially helpntl in iJdllii)'ing plants assoc'ialed wilh lIenry NehrIing's g~rden. Also interviewed were Richard '-Jtbrling, IJenry Nehrling's gre:lt--grandson. a.nd Kathlccll Klare of the Neh!']ing Histonc,,1 S()ciety, As a result of this asse,:sment, it is the' consultan!"s opinion that although signiJic"nt botanical and landscape dements orNehrlin:;'s "riginal gardens still exist ill the form of sc\'Cral dozen mature specimen trees and other plants. 111051. of the plams imrodllccd by :'oIchrling have disappcared: victims of neglect. early "thiewry," slorms and redevelopment No cohesive gDruell or bndsc~apt' ilppl'clTS to exis1 e~Cl~pt for isobred trees and plantings. Where", the \!ehrling parcel may potentially qua.Jify for listing in the Notional Register of Historic Places under Crileri" A and B, ihe adverse illl)J~ctS of plam Ic.sses, modern ahcrations~ ,and the e}~pansj()Tl of" the Z{l(l have obscured any remaining cohesive tmds.cape rdattd !o K~hrling's gard~m_ making a National Register qualiiiciltion based on a ellltur,,) landscapc unlikely, However, the sllhject pan:el d'jes L]lmlii\ for historic desib'llation under 8('ction2.03.07 E of the C"lli,'r COllnty Land Development ('odc. Two historjc archae:ologic.aI site;:; \,VlTC id~lJtiJk'd in lhe parcl~L 'he Jneation~ of Henry Nehrling\; hOllse 8nd slatbousc. The Ncbrling .slaLhollsc SIte, d~pl'nJjng on its exte11t ~md overall intehrri(y~ may qualify for listing in the National R(:gister of Historic Plac.es. "nle site doc.s qualify for d<::siplation under section 2.03.07 E of the Collier County Land Development Codc for historic sites. Florida Iv'laster Site F'ile Forms were completed for both sites, If future development is to ., Agenda Item r~o. 88 Op,\~Q.(r 23,..2007 DRAiF'13gt4,P0f 107 affect these two sites, an archaeologist should monitor ground-disturbing activities and conduct additional testing in those areas prior to development activities, The structure that was the gatchousc/git't shop tor Fleischmann's Caribhean Gardens still exists in its originalloeation on the Nehrling parcel. That structure and its two outbuildings arc eligible for listing in the National Rcgi~~ter of Historic Places under Criteria A.. B, and C and should bc prescrved, A functional reuse should be considered, Further, based on their utlique design and significance as a part of an historic roadside tourist attraction that was consLructed marc than fifty years ago, these structures also qualify for dcsignation under Section 2,03.07 E of the Collier County Land Dcvclopment Code, The Caribbean Gardens manager's house, also over 50 years old, was assessed and determined to be of marginal signifieallce, In summary, it is the consultant's opinion that the Nehrling portion of the ::-faples Zoo parcel docs qualify as an histone landscape under Section 2.03.07 E of the Collier County Land Development Code. ",'ith contrihuting sites and features from Fleischmann's Caribbean Gardens (including plants and structureS \vhich add to the parcel's hi~t(1ric signiJicancc) despite the j'iCt that the original Nehrling features, and the parcel in general, have bcen greatlvallered. . . It is recommended that the "iehrling legacy become an important and more visible inkl}1retive dcment of the Naples Zoo's educational mi~sion, \Vhile the Kchrling legacy is visible by way of various plants (many with attached signage) as well as twO large sig,rls describing his gaHlen, more can he dune to tell the story of Kdlfling's contributions to Collier COllnty and the State of Florida. It is suggested that the zoo's existing botanical walking tuur bc cxpatldcd to indud,' a more delailed history of Nehl'ling's activities and tho\ a sp~cial brochure and new int~rpretive signage based on his legacy be ereatcd, A specific sign design could be uscd to mark eaeh o!',",chrling's signific.an1 cOnlJ'ibuting plants, It is also recommended that the Caribbean Gardens gatehousc/gifl shop be resrored ,md llsed as J\chrling IVlLL'iCUm and focal point I<)r (he interpretation of thc Nehl'1 ing and Fleischmanll lcgticies. If preservation of the gatehllusc/gift shllP clll11plcx in its original location is not lCasible tllCn it should he rcloeatcd arid rw:torc'.d. The ~lnleture(s) should be moved to a location as clo,c as possible to the original site. Further guiddincs can be found ill UIC "Rccommemlatiolls" section of this repmi. 3 Agenda Item No, 38 Oclober 23. 2007 P808 35 of 107 ~ :i.";' " ! , , ~ ., ~. ~ , " ~ .~ Ii, ....._.." I,. I' .:, H '~," I i~~";';:_:,'/~". .~;,;_.~'';;,'' i l~-::,,:'-"~~ .~:. -'. i. ' [.:.:.:._t.:~.;~~..., ~ . ...,:., . ,\"1. ,. ~ ,. ,.., .... ~_t. ". ,.,~ ,. ,! ~ 1"-~---:--- !'~Ac.f'iDllIllI.r~:.,_. , r::";_. ~.tl~"". z:;., I L. c ,-,,, '\.~.l!" , \: .....,: .~~;~'iJ '_ PROJECt,":, ':. PARCEl.; ..' .", . ",'; "',. ,', . 1 :;. ~ ~ ~ : ........ . . . \~::.~{,~: :: ..... .,-, " ,.<.-' .NO:""> \ ::'~ :~:~.-:~:~~ ;.,; f,,',," t 1 ;~ r:' ':' .!'.." ......... .Il <l~_,.".: . r ..i .1. ..... ..... ,-'- . ,~ ,~ ",., ~ ;'--" ." , -~.. , _r,,' -.Joo'}....- , .~ ::": . t~_ l-;If,:-I; l't!l.UfC L Laction m~p nutl illed in red of the Naples Zoo propeny with the Nehrling parCel.~/' _', . , I.," . / "'-----~. N TDWNS).jIP49S, !{l\NGl:. 2.51::, ScC11ON21 . I,'J. \-lil.., <J [,"1 USGS Mil!" r>lAPI.E:S NORTH, RF;v 1991 4 /\genda Item I~o. SB O;;tQhpr n 2007 DRA.IF'€~4i',O~fl 07 PROJECT SETTING The subject pmcel i~ located in part of Se,.tioll 27 in To\vnship 498, Range 25E immediately east of the City of N apks in west-central Collier County, Florida (Figu.re I). Part of the Naples Zoo property, it cOllsists of the 13,35-acre Nehrling parcel, a rectangle \vith the borders oriented in the cardinal directions, \Vithin the central portion of the subject PilICe] is a 5-at:re former c}-press head/wetland area. The relevant 'CSGS map is Naples NordI, Fla. The sllbject parcel is ml,deratcly elevated (12-15 fect, NGVD).lIistorically, it was vcgetatcd in slash pine/saw pahnett(> l1atwoods that dropped gradually to the east toward the slough of the Gordon River which !lows ~outh into. Naples Bay. The Mea contained a dense mix of fresh and brackish water swamp with rcd mangroves bordering the creek and cypress s\vmnp/rnaple ~wamp elements fringing the c.reek, These elements were part of the area called by the local inhabitants "Holc-lll-The-\Vall S\\~lmp." Historicall)' there was a cut trail running east-west acrC>SS the slough slightly to the north of the subjed parcel allowing early residents to cross tl1is barrier for hunt.ing and to access the interior country north und east of :.Jarles. Slash pine llatwoods commnnities are u$ually situated on high ground west of Naples Bay and the Gordon River. ITistllrically, these communities, which contain a dense, oli:en head- high understory of saw palmetto, were subjeet [0 and maintailJed by peri(,dic forc;,! Gres. Fires were sl:m1ed either nat"rally by lightning strikcs or by prehistmic Indian~ or by early sel1lers to aid hunting or ('atlle j,,>Tazing. Among the plams typically fDund in thc :,Ja!;h pine/saw palmetto flatland/prairie envi"{llllllcnts are: slash pine, saw palmetto, gallberry, shiny lyonia, msty Iyonia. siaggcrhush, dahoon holly_ gnlund oak. wire grass, broom sedges, shiny hlueberry, xyris, and a variet:y of annu~l ond perennial hrerbs and wildj}owers blooming ~easonaJly, Flmlkillg these high ground areas and running as norlh"~oLl(h lincar trfUlsverse depressions are deep sloughs ~nd bald cypress sl'..al11p, cypress !leads and marsh ponds. These areas even with present-day drairwge activities contain st<indil1g waleI' much of tbe year and support a rich divcrsity of plant nnd animal life. Some pI' the plant species prescnt indllde cordgrasse~; (Sparlillo spp.) and sllrcllkm marsh plants slIch as pickerchwe,J (P()nledcria !anceo!"la) and arrm\ihead (Saginaria spl'.) and lern~ such as s,,"<imp fern (lI!ccfmum serndalum), Thdypleris and Osmwuia ferns. Thai Ihe deep "peo marshes of the area are rdict burnt cypress solution Iw!es and ponds is evinccd by HJC abundant dead ,;nugs und Illgs of 1113t sl'e,ieo. Ai presellt, mall)' of these, fCa1:lll'CS contain pop ,Lsh (Fraxil1us curoliniana), pond apple (AIII1Ona g!ahra), coaSl~11 plain willow (Salix caroliniana), and hllUonhush" /\ mug.hly five a,re, "va] ('yprcss head with mature cypress trees occupied the loentcr of the subicct parcel. A third envil'L1nmenlaJ community, now largely destroyed in the Naplc~ area, was xeric sand pine/live oak!rosemary so'tlb located on a series of linear Pleistocene ridge features paralleling the co,"st and extending inland as much as two miles from the coast. A range of thesc ridge featllt'es once existed il11l11~diately west of the subjc.et pareel in the area or Coastland J\.bl\. The snil type~ for the area arc line white to gray sand lllantle~ covering 5 Agenda Item 1\10. BB October 23. 2007 DRA fP1iq".Z,..;(lii!fl 07 brown hardpan sands. 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A \, '~"~....~,,~,,, ! )\qenda Helll 1\)0. 88 , October 23. 2007 Page J9 of 107 ::: 1.:., is ".1 n ... " ~ " (~ 8 ,.. S; ,c ,. ~ jd; f: k. F'igure 3 Soil Survey map oftl1e Naples Zoo property courte.,y ortlle USDA Zl/,.,"'~..~'~ Web Soil Surv('y websiTe. ~ " ..,,' ..1.1 ,r .":h"~1 ,,-,..,' ." ,.-_F .<>." s Agenda Ilem No. SB October 23. 2007 nRAlDl1~atfl5'f 107 EXISTING CONDITIONS The OV('Tall Naples l.oo property has been extensively altered by dredging and excavating associated with the deveklpment of the Caribbean Gardens and the Zoo, Presently, the entirc 45-acre properly including the 13,35-arcre Nehrling parcel is a zoological park in a well- maintaincd botanical gardens ~eUing. This facility is visited by hundreds of people daily who walk along one to two miles of asphalt paths connecting compounds holding exotic- animals from around the world. The ccntral portion or the :Japles Zoo property (including a pOltion of the Nchrling parcel) contains several acres of dredged lakes, 1\.111dem gift shops, arena.s, food courts, and maintenance buildings are placed strategically throughout the Zoo, Planlings attribuled to ;..Iehrling, Fleischmann, and subsequent individuals, induding Dr. .Ian Abemathie,. are Jocated along walkways and within animal enclosures. Iviany of these plantings are identified with informational signs that give a eOmml1IlnamC, a scientific (Latin binomial) designation, llnd the counU')' of origin (Figure 5). Thc signs do not distinguish whether the plant WllS introduced by Nehrling, Fleisclumll1n or others, Nehrling's history is interprded by two signs highlightiJ1g his achievements and activities there (Figure 4). Another display near the fomler Orchid Cathedral incorporates a part of the oliginaJ Caribbean Gardens signage (the "Tollcan") that once marked the entr)'wu)' to tJle attrm,tion <1t the juncture ofPleischmann Boulevard and U.S. 41, The Kehrling parcel includes four buildings associated with Juliu.s Fleischmann's Carihbean Gardens; eight animal enc1mmres constmeled by the Tetzlaff lamily ranging from simple chain link. fence enclosures to partially roofed huildings; an approximately 9-foot wide asphalt path syskm that crt1sses and coven; portions "fthe footprints ofNehrling', hOUSe aml slathOllse: two playground are.as, the westermnost of which is hlrge 1mu designed for younger children; one restroom facility; two dug ponds: two or more spoil islands in one of the ponds presently occupied by lemnrs or monkeys: one or more gravel/limestone paved parking lots fl,r tom buses: chain link pL,rimeter fences: the nortl1ern and eastern portion of a 16- foot wide limerock-paved perimeter road encircling the entire Naples Zoo (constructed by Fleischmannl: ~l1d vaIious drcdg"d. filled. aml mechanically elevated areas created by Fleisc\n1limn and the Tetzhffs. 9 Aqenda Item No. 88 , October 23, 2007 Page 41 of 107 Figure 4 Signs located in the area of the former "Orchi d Cathedrdl" honoring Nehrling and describing hi s achievements. j! Figure 5. A Iypical plam idcntit1cation sign used by the Naples Zoo, giving common name, scientil1c (binomial) designation, and country of origin, 10 Agenda Item No. 88 October 23. 2007 Page 42 of 107 rigure 6. The larger of two playgrounds situated in the western portion of the original Nehrling parceL ~..- ii,;), !J.Y.'" :/-~~~ "'. .1.1"""~'li\.,Iiti'", ,;"''''L''''''''''. \lI.,~ii.N >_,; 1!r,~!h;,li!:, !f;::m"-'~;''Jfwt1!':fi,\''r:''::';J;.?''~, Figure 7 A typical animal enclosure rouud in the Nchrling porti on of the Naples Zoo .,~~' ":'" "~",'. '. ~ ","" \'"" ;'" . "'.,}I'" ' I, ,t.:',''':'' 11 - Agenda Item I'~o. 58 Octob3r 23,2007 DRAFi!'~:2;,i)ft 107 LAND USE HISTORY The l'\ehrling parcel existed in a natural, wldisturbed state lUuil it was purchased by pioneer horticulturist Henry ::-.fehrling and his wife in 1921. In 18&6 Nchrlil1g had established a successful nur~ery at Gotha in central Florida. After a freeze destroyed many of his planl.5 in 1917, he began looking for a properly in southern Florida where he could propagate cold- sCT1Sitive tropical plants year-round, He wished to expand his caladium business. since at that lime he was operating the mo:>t extensive individual lr'J.de in tho:>e plants, Nchrling also hop~J to create a botankal g"rd~n tllal \vould bc an ltUraction and model for people inleres1ed in grovdng tropical plants and would serve as an introduction point for useful and ornamental tropical plants procmed from the U.S. Dcpartment of Agricultllre and other soure.e" Nehrling's overall plan was [0 preserve and cnhance the native flo'd existing on his property and to augment them with exotic introductions and specimen plants grotlped in attraclive arrangements, When Nehrling acquired the Naples parcel in 1921, he selectively cleared parts of his 13.35 acres and cr~ated winding patJls through the pine flalwoods that occupied tIle parcel's Ivestcrn portion. He also may havc creatC'd elevated paths through the cypress head that l"ias located near the parcel's center. Nehrling experienced fiustration with the seasonally wel ami Ihloded nature of the land and noted that the soil. altIlOugh rich and hlack-Iooking 11em the parcel's wetlands. was nutrili"'mlly pOOl' 8nd necded augmentation (Driapsa 1996, 20(1), To remedy tile problem, he dug numerous pits which he tillcd \vith compost until the desin,d nutritional richncss was ob1;Jined, Nehrlillg also created a seri es "f broad shallow ditches to draitv'divert ground water (DJiapsa 19%), Nehrling. constructed at least lWO principal structures on his property: :'1 sUlal1 re:')idence ~nJ a ;:b!1wuse. The bouse is charactcrized in navitl DraipsD's imrodllction rco Nehr1il1g'.\- Plun/s, Pcople, and PI",;e,v in Earll' Florida 28 "a sm8ll 'backwoods' shack slanding on piers. containing one larg~ living r00111\,v1th wlndovl,.'$ looking over LlK' garden am] an~llhcr VlTY sl11al1l'Oom where I NehrlingJ kept his books and photographs" (DriapsLl 200 I), The structure was wood framc, likely hoard Llnd balkn. The 1926 burricane is reponed to bave se\'CrcJy damaged the stI'1lCl11fe, tearing the roof off and forcing it off its piers, His house may have' been aligned lO an eBst-\\;:;st ro\v of hUl?l: licu:-i irt:'e~\ positioned down tl1C length oftl1(" pare-d. An extant pair of mYill palms may have been a part of a row lh:lt tlanked tbe walkway to tile hnu,e. allhollg:h the exact location of his l\ollSe h",; not been fully doc.ulllCntcd. It i:> possible thai tIle house's east~Tl1 view Ivas or the cypress pond. (Subsmiacc remains are minimal and "ILered by recent dcvdopmelll.) Th" hOllse lay to the somh of Lhc silc llf a large slatho\lse whkh measun:d 336 icct nonh- soulh and 80 I"ej east-\vest. It was llsed by Ndllling to propagate "nd raise caladiums and orher tropical. (,rnamcnLal plants. In all probability the structure was sil11il~r to those constructed by Nchrling at hi, nursery 31 Gothn in c~ntral Florida. Based on [in assessment of ~arly photographs, thosc slathollses were construcled by l1Sing rows of upright pole:> or piers of cypress or lightered pine. 1 (l-l2 inche, in diameter SUppOliiug blewl2 x 6 or 2 x 8 boards. which in tmn supportcd I x 4 slats which \vere eqtlally spaced jDr controlling light and shade. Kehrling "cquired the initial 160 poks I<lr his Naples slathouse stmctmc from Naples ('0- 12 Agenda Item No. 8B October 23. 2007 DR;\Jil~ge.24J3f 107 founder ~"i1Iiam Haldeman, Nehrling bter added or had plans to add a nOlthern segment to this struetmc. A sketched map/plan drawn by Nehrling around 1927 shows the planned addition and the relative position of a tno) ~hed. The sketch shows and that a p<lrt of the southwestern portion of thc sl<lthouse was <o'tldosed and used as a packing 5hed for the plants (Figure 29), After the ] 926 hurricane Nehrling's health wenl into a ~teep decline, This, and business reversals, limited fm1her improvements to his Naples garden. Morenver, the slC1ml knocked me Nehrling house off of its foundations, An unwise business deal with a nursery (,pc-Ta[oT in Sebring resulted in thc loss of many of his 1110st valuable and unique plants, \Vhcn H,:nry Nehrling died on ~ovell1ber 21, 1929, his estatc owcd a considerable slim of money and the Naples parcel was subsequently sold in a Shcriff's auction at Everglades City to recovcr ~ome of the money for his creditors. Nchrling's garden, \\Iith its large ficus tTees and other remnant ornamentals. lay dormant and abandoncd until its purchase ,,,ith more land to the north and south by Julills "Junky" Fleischmann in 195 J. Nixon Smiley, a reporter for the Miami Herald visited the parcel in 1952[md talked with Jack Grant, the man to whom Fleischmann had delegated the renovation of the parcel. In his article Smiley summarized the gardens' decline and the parccl's prcsent condition: Neh,.lillg had nol paid ot.f Ihe morlgage on Ihe /vaples place allhe lime '!lltis dcalll and firle in ,he hmd hod n~l!erted 10 ,he original ownerS, E,'i(h~1l11y IJ-wse}"J/k5; 11"eren', interested jn plants. Pretty soon people from all over South Florida were making irrp,"! fo }'./aph~.~' fodigl_llants.r,.el:(~'.fj'(}m ,he afrando1ied]vTehr/ing PIllec. R(rids were made Ofl the coftag41 lI-'ltere .Velrrling lived; and pe.ople carled qlf the vu.luuhle hook."./i"mnd irr,\;idrJ_ J.Vith no maiH1r7!'lam:'c ilU? ."!\'ehrfing cO!fage and slmJi(}usc deca...w~o,', Fir'" swept (.I1-'el' Ihe plm:.'e during t!w dry season, Phmf~i died (~fneglec't,". Vcryj(:\F [~r the original plLmts still rcma;n" 17tere iJrc a few clumps r~l bamboo. 'Ilwre are several rubber frees including a Coul,l/e t~j' \"ef}' large Ficus alrissimos_ ,)~e~lerill kind,~ t?fji?NtX .'l\Tehriing gre14.' are still scoUcred uboul in the hammock and 1here is a kind r:~l arum. a la.r'ge bulb plan! that ;s gte/wing \~dld (juite a /e\./ jJl..-Jm.'>: srillexist. svmc 'which Grow has nor hecn able to 1u:.IPe idcnf{tied (Smiley 1952)_ Julius Fleischmann liked to be c<llled by his nickname. which hc said came from all the "junk" he liked to collect. An avid collector and heir to thc Cleveland. Ohio, Fleischmann yeast [U1d Corn oil fortune.. Flei"chnumn had the means {n fulfill his dreams. He wa.s also a philanthropist world travl:kl'. and trop;cal plant enthusia:;l. In part, he bought the propcrty to preserve what .Nehding had started and 10 expand llpOll .NchrJing-s pIau (0 crcate 3 botanical attraction lh<11 would draw tomists and promote interest in the growing of tropical plants. Fleischmann called it .'Caril,heun Gardens" and opened the attraction in 1954. Fleischmann quickly began his improvcments by dredging a series of Iakcs in the center his lIew property, crcating broad, winding paths visitors could stroll and by building several 13 l\genda Item !\Jo. 88 Ort.Qher 23 2007 DrZi'\h~2jI0f 107 strul'tures, some of which were giant state-of-the art greenhouses lFigur~ 10), Much of the spoil borTowed from the lakes was used to create high ridges on which cactus and succulents could grow, fJeischmmm crealed a palm walk and an "orchid cathedral" in a portion of the cypress swamp which he had tilled. Four of the original Fleischmann structures srand nn the orib-inal KcluIing parce.!. These include the galehouse 10 rhe Caribbean Gardens and two ancillary structures, The gatchousc is constructed of roughly dressed cypress lumber throughout and has a standing-seam copper roof, ",ith wide eaves and long projections off the gable ends, (F1eischmalill built a multi- room mansion on Gulfsbore Boulevard North near Naples Beach in an similar wstic and exotic style around the smne time.) In addition to providing entry into the Caribbean Gardens, the gatehouse also incorporated a gift shop and administrative offices, The smaller struclures to the immediate west and southwcst of the gatehouse are a tiny pump shed and ,1 garage-sized outhouse divided into two restrooms. Goth are similar in construction and slyle to the main building. All rbree buildings are now llsed for storage and are not accessibk (0 the general public. Located 011 the nortlleast side of the )lehrIing parcel is a small house II,Ut was oceupicd by the manager of the Caribbean Gardens. The manager', hOll,e is a plain, vinyl-sided, shect metal-gabled. rectangular cott.1ge, Several of Fleischmann's grounds managers lived there over the years, among them the late .Ioe! Kuperberg, who "'ilS responsible Jill' the exlcnsive plant collections at Caribbean Gardens, The house was built "round i 954 in ,m incxpemivc, generic style. (For more information on the fleischmanll-era structures see the "Summary of Sites" section.) During a lijelime Df collecting Julius Fleischmann made at least tlll'ce l'Oulld-the-worId trips in his personal steam yacht An avid pl,u1l ami sl1':.:lI cDllector (lvloIkr 20(2), he was in cOlll""l ,dlh a wide mngc of sources of pbnt material ~nd. with the help of Joel Kuperherg, amassed an cxwnsivC' collection of orchids. cacli cmd flowering ornamentals. Fleischmann retained lnost of the sllrviving IT\3ture ficus trees and {)ther f"t.'111n;.mlS (ir lIenry Nchrling's origin.,l gardens. ~nd used these larg~L ~'llder pl:..mts. J.S ~elLillgs 10 sho\l,/cast: the more: exotic plants lh~t Fleischmwlln h;,d illlrodm;ed. The CJribhe<1n CjC!rJens n,'vcr fully "upP(lrkJ itself: Fkiscbmmm subsidized nllKh of the annllwlupkeep. In 1955 Julia F, t,,-rorlon_ prok:ism of botany at the University of ivlimni, visited tbe CaribbeulI Gankns and compiled an t'xknsivc list of its plants which was Pllblished 8S u small hooklet iMOrll)l1 1955). Both lW111ral ilnd arliticiaJ f~ctor, contributed to a decline ill 1he condition or ihe gardens ill the I 960s. Some lime prior to 1960 the Gordoll River which is adj<lcent 10 Ihe l"hlp1eS 70ll property hud been deepened and c11anneiized. probably to improve dminage irom the golf c:ourses to tlH:' north, Un('orLunatdy, one of the negative results uf Crtaling and joining {hc~ lakes in the central pllrli(1I1 Ill' the pared and linking tl1em to the (,onIon River was that it led to ,,,ltwCller inlrusion which killed tl1e cypress trees in the central wetland by the 1980s. H urr'eClne Donlla, which ~trll('k Ihe ",apks area (In Sepkm ber 10, 1960. call sed e;:wnsive damage to Caribbcan Gardens and lUldotlbtedly damaged or destroyed some of the remnant NchrIing tree's. Several specimen (rees plante.d by both Nehd ing and Fleischmann \....CrC damaged by the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005. mOC1t nO(Jhiy \\-'il111<1. In rece.m years. many of 14 Agenda Item No. 88 October 23, 2007 DRAJiiiIJg1-2ffliilf 107 the Nehrling and Fleischmann trees have simply succumbed to disease and old "g~, Additionally, ovcr the past sevcral decades, arcas of the parcel not open to the public have been invaded by exotic pest plants. J\'otable among thcse on the parcel are Brazilian pepper and downy rose myrtle, the laner no doubt introduced bJ' Nehrling or Fleischmann. These exotics are partiwlarly den~e in marginal low-ground and dcpre~scd arcas along the parcel's periphery, The era of Caribbean Gardens as a botanical garden C11ded with the death of Julius Fleischmann in 1967_ In 1969. the FJeisehrmum ESt.1te entered into negotialions with Lawrence ("Jungle Larry") and Nalley Jane ("Safari Janc") Tctzlaff, OW1JerS of a Sandll~ky, Ohio animal attraction, to Ic.~se and man~ge the property. The Tetzluffs had been looking for a "-1nter home for their attraction. From 1969 to 2005 the Tetzlaffs operated un attraction, initially called ,hlllgle LalTY's African Safari, on more than 46 acres that includes the original Nehrling parcel. Their stewardship has continued under their two sons. David and Tim. The lushness and diversity or th~ tropical pJill1tings has been expanded and augmcnted over thc last several years by the work of Dr: .hm Abemathie, hcad botanist for tbe attraction, Dr. Abemal.bie muiol11ins a nur~ery and propagation facility in the southern pOl1ion of the Naples Zoo parcel. He has acquired numerous plants both through purchase and donation. Many of these plunts are tropical or omamental shrubs and small trees \"ihieh he uses to augmcnt 01' cnlarge existing plmllings throughout the Zoo. Despitc tbe atiritioll of1ime and natural forc.es, c.ertain significant 1\ehrling and Fleischmann I}lantings remain in the form orvery large and [.ld specimcn plants, particularly the large fig trees (Ficus spp,). Henry Nehrling wu~ ~ proponent of their use as ornamental and practical appJjc~ti()l1s, In several cases these figs may be the largest individuals, and possibly the [m!)' individuals, of' [he.ir genus and species to be found in the eon(jnenlal 1':ni1ed State~ (see Appendi~ 4. Ahel1lClthie lnlerview). Other surviving trees include royal and other palm.'>, Cl padauk tree, Araucmia (monkey- puzzle) trees, royal poindana. red cedar, b~lllhoo, leak, and pandanus (screw pine) (see Appendix 4, Abemathie 1"1terview). :'\'Iost of lhese tree, are concentrated in the Nchrling portion of the' t'aples Zoo, The -fig 1rees sh()w cerlain groupings ~nd linear placements that may binl a1 t.he original layom 01' the Nehrling gardens. and the palms are in groupings deliberately established by Nehrling (figure 15), Reyond this, liale remains of "-Jehrling's original gmdens, and ,,'hal does exi sl i~ inl.egmt.ed into the 700, which use, the pla.nts 3S habitat settings and as paJi of the overall ambiance, In 2004 a co\lnr)' referendum appwved \he purcbase of 1he "I apks Zoo and surrounding prope11y fr()m tile fleischmmm F"tate. and leased 45 acres 10 (he Napks Ze,o a1 Caribbean Gardens, The Zoo will be expamicd. and the ,urrotlnding Iand~ will be developcd with other public amenities. inclllding trails. water access, ond conservation areas 1hal will be part of the Gordon River Greenway, 15 .A,qEnda !~em No 88 . October 23. 2007 Page 47 of 107 Figure 8. Dr. Henry Nehrling (1853-1929), ramed pioneer botanist and horticulturist. Figure 9. HenrvNehrling 10 or exl,ibiting caladiums. - ; :,) ,is latl1e (slat) houses in GOlha Agenda Item No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 48 of 107 I'igure 10. 1954 aerial phorof,'l'aph of the Caribbean Gardens showing UJC cClltrallakes in the process "fbeing dug. The pattemed outline below the lake to the right was a topiary maze never completed. 17 ,L'..,uencJa !ism [\Jo_ SB ~ October 23. 2007 Page ~9 of 107 ,~~z <:: <> " ~ b~ t.rI ] ..:I " z x o 0. "'- " ., '" LL <:> ~ <:> N - ~ '" .S c!I 'I: o <l oS .9 '" E " :::I ~ ~ " ;:.. " "0 '0 " ,~ a 0.. a ~ "" Jt :..- ~ S "' <:> "' o "7 (n 0"- - '" " ." '-' 'A C " "" ~ '" ,~ '-' 3 Cl .J:J ~. t: '" [.) ~ .:., ~ M ~ ;:l " '';: '" 8 ~ ,. "- -. ;>-. =..Q 'E-E ~, '75 ~ ~ '" ~ ;:n '" 0 '-' '" ;, "" U Q :.... -5 >, " ~ 5f)~ $ 3 LJ:~ n u 18 Agenda Item 1'0. 88 October 23. 2007 Page 50 of 107 Figure 12. 1 <162 black and while aerial photograph of the Naples Zoo property_ . wim the approximate borders outlined in yellow and Ihe approximalc borders (.I'A'\, of the l~ehrlillg. parcel oullined in red. "~ - Naples Zoo PI1'p"n,l' ...~- _./ N = Nchrti ng PIIl'CeI ~ ' o 1116 1/8 o .1 .2 I 1/4 Mile approx. .4 Km. approx 19 :\genda Item r~o. S:B October 23. 2007 Page 51 of 107 Figure 13. 2004 color aerial orlhophotograph of the Naples Zoo property with the approximate borders outlined in yelllJw and the apprnxinmte borders "i'the Nehrling parcel outlined in red. (~ "-N' I o o 1/16 .1 1/F 2 I 1/4 Mile approx. .4 Km. approy.. 20 r rt "l" ~" '.c, " """"~ "~'N~""" '", ;",':" .... ._,'~Jj~. ,'1,' . ' " . ". "l~ :,\..i~i~ 'il!_ I. i, ,'i~\ ..1, . 'it', i): iil' ...., . ;: .~>~;_'i: \i '''71JN1 .';;., ~'",.,.' ,.,,if,'- ~~_.;.," \, -,' ~'.' I'.genda Item 1'0. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 52 of 107 ',l Figure 14. VJew north at a cluster of Pandanus (screw pine) in cCnlral portion of the Naples Zoo Henry Nehrling was photob'Tllphed with this species, and several cluslers found today on the parcel may be descendant plants. , ~ "I ib";.~~ .~ ' Figure 15. View south at one of a dozen large Fig IJees ofva:iou> species most likely introduced by Nehrling. 21 Agenda item No. 8B October 23. 2007 Page 53 of 107 Figure 16, View east down the RO)'lll Palm """all:" originally planted by Julius Felischmann near the southern cd gC of thc Nehrling parcel. - Figure 17. Dead cypress trees ill tile area of tb, lonJlcr '"Orchid Cathedral." 22 Agenda Item No. 88 October 23,2007 Page 54 of 107 Figure 18. Typical path area showing one of ale very mature Fig trees possibly planted hy Nehr1ing. tri.",-",.,... /'0" .),,1,,: ..'. ';\.>":1. ',' ~:JI: t "i, c.:"...... ':'" "" ',' ,;.. ", '.' .~ Figllre ] 9. View north toward the Nehrling portion of the Naples Zoo propeliy. 23 Agenda Item No. 88 ",c;tphQ' 01 ?007 DR/(%~2~:;Y6f 107 PREVIOUS RESEARCH Allhough Helll)' NehrJing di~d in relative poverty and seeming ob~eurity 011 Novemller 21, J929, he had published numerous books and arlicles and was the recipient of several Imnors, inclllding the Frd.nk Meyer Award Medal from Ihe Florida Federation of Garden Clubs. In 1933 his weelJy arlicles that had been published in the A mer/can Eagle were compiled info a book edited by Alfred and Elizabeth K.\)', entitled The Plant World il7 Florida, In 1945, another compilalion of J\duling's anicks, My Garden il7 Florida, was published in two volumes by Allen Andrews, editor of the American /;r.'gle. In J 930 The Florida Audubon Sofie1)' purchased a porlion 0 r N ehrling's books and papers and donated them 10 Rollins College as a permanent collection (Driapsa 1996), In '999 the University of Cenlral Florida purchased another p0l1ion (l r Nchrling' s papers largely dealing with his Naples property Ii'om Thomas and Georginll Mickler for the University's Special Colketions. lrl 1955, Julius Fleischmann commissioned Julia F, Morton, II professor at t.'nivcrsity of :\fiami, 10 compile a booklet detailing the exotic plants at the Caribbean Gardens (Morton 1955 - Appendix 1). Dr. Morton featured 49 planl ~pccics in the booklet. Helping in this effon was a young gradua1c snldent llamed Robert W. Read who would later cre.ate his own c.ompilation of plants on Ibe parcel. i'I 1980 tbe regional magazine Naples NOlF pu bli,h"d an interview witb former managl.r of the Caribbean lrardcns .Joel ](uperberg lhat discusse.s tbe history and evolutiOll of the Naples Z.oo property IrOn! lhe time (If Nehrling 10 Julius Fleischmann nnd thence to Lawrence mlu Kaney Jane Tetzlaff (Wnlls J no). In I 'J96, David 1\-'1. Dri,lpsu, drafted a 24-page biography and bibliography of Henry K'ehrling detailing: his life und lll"O('mplishmcnts. In his muck "llenry Nchrling 'Patmn Saint of Florida Gardens'" Ioe diswsscs Nchrling '8 conta,'lS with olher notable' tigllrcs of the peripu wch as TIHlnllCo; Ellison and Dl1vid Fairchild and ai,,, include, un cxtcn8hc bibliography on Nehrlin~ (Draipsa 1996). In 2001. Driupsa contribllted a biographic introductio11 to ,Vchrling"". Pian!s, People, ufu.i Places in Early FloriLlu. y\.'hidl was a condensation and revi,joll of' Ne.hrlil!g's earlier writings ~dited by Dr. Rohcrt W. Read. Dr. Read also "dikd Ndlrling ',I' Farly Florid" (;,'ul'den.\', another revised vplume "I' Nehrling's writings (Kelld 2001 3,2001 h). In 2004, Car)' Hestcor, a gmdlli11e stllden! at the t.:niwrsity of Florida, wrote a proposal I,)r restoration study or Nehrling's (j"lhn gardms in partial fulfillment ,of " Masters of Landscape i\rchileclure llegree requirement (I-kstcr 2(04). This work gives detailed infonnalion ah()ut Palm CoHage, :-Jehrlillg's home Clud Ihc surrounding gardens lI1 Ciolha, Florida. The thesis also includes several case' stlldics ofothcr properties (including the :-lapks Zoo at Carihhean G~lrdensl in Florida thai share fcanlrcs with Nchrling's properly in Golhu. Hester provides objedives, design guiddines, and a master rlan I"l' restoring Ndu'lillg's Palm Cotlage and I'ardens as u historical interpretive cemer nnd garden open to the public. 24 Agenda Item No. 88 D~~~~~~0~~g In :WOO, Dr, Jan Abcrnathie, botanist at the Naples Zoo, compiled a list of plants he had idcntiiied at the zoo and scnt this list to be checked b)' Dr. Robert W. Read, who was now retircd from the Smithsonian Institution and living in the Naples area. Dr, Rcad crcatcd his own compilation using Dr, Aber/mlhie's list as a basis (see Appendix 3). l'\onc of these invcntories identify the plants according to whether t]ley were introdllced by >lchrling or Flci,chmann. Dr. Abcrnathie, whose experience with the parcel ext~nds hack (0 1956, is regarded as the best souree of information on the likely pl'Ovenience of specilic plants on the 1\aples Zoo prnperly. 25 Agerlcia Item I~o. 08 October 23.2007 DRAFIjl-B;;{)], 107 METHODOLOGY The primal')' goals of this a.s~essment were: I) to determine !he subject parcel's eligibility for designation as II site of local historical significance in accordance with the Collier County Land Development Code, and 2) to prtH.ide information and un assessment to the Collier County Archaeological and Hi~t()ric Preservation Board to use 10 make informed decisions in issui!lg Certi[icutes of Appropriateness for any possible future changes to the subject pared if such a designlltion is bestowed. The specific fows of this cultural landscapc assessment was to determine the extent, integrity and signific~nce of Henry Nehrling's experimllntal garden, The assessJnc,nt was perfom1ed to locate and evaluate an)' signi Ii cant historic features on the parcel so that proposed redevelopment of thc pm'cel could be implemented without adversely ,iI'fecling sllfviving specimen plants, historic structmes Of archaeological ~ites, Elements of this report were prepared in accordance \",ith the National Park Servicc's "Technical Preservation Brief 36: Protecting Cultural Landscapes" which includes guidelincs for Historical Research; Inventory and Documentation of Existing Conditions; Site Analysis o.nd Evaluation offntcb'Tity and Signiiicance: and Recommendations for Future Treatmenl. ARCHIVAL REVIEW I HISTORICAL RESEARCH ReleVitnt archives and literature \vere revie\ved. This worl, included, but was not limitcd to, stlldying previous archacologicill reports for sites in central Collicr County, reviewing inlormation tJ'om the Mu.,ter Site File in Tallahassee l'OIKcming nearby sites, and exmnining {;:';CiS maps of (he prujtTt "Tea, /\ review 01' the r."bins databasc of land surve}'s "Iso was conducted. In addit jon, color and black and whi te aerial photographs from the project area (some dating back (0 1954). which cOlild aid in revealing anthropogenic changes 10 tJle lopngr;lpby and floral C1ll1l111Unitics, were illtcrpreted. The Florida Division of lIistoric Re;;ources indicates that threc recorded archaeol{\gical siksSCR'12, SCR477, and 8CR925---{l(TUr in Tmvnship 49S. Range 25E, Sedilln 27, (fltes," siks art. prehistoric shdl scatters and m'o 110( on or adjJceJllto the '''lbie'et parce],) Research was conduckd at the lIenry J\dHling Archives 1l1' Rollins Colk:gl' in Win IeI' PJI'k ,md at the University of Cenlral Florida in Orlando. Additio]]al documents wne providc'cJ by members o[ Ihe j knr\' Nehr!il1~ :';()(-ietv of c..;otlla, F1orida_ during a tour of Nchrlinu', Po]1U .' v... . .... "- COllag'" re"idence and gardens. Records wcre a]s<) provided by Ibe '1 "tzhlTs. Dr. Abern"thie. and the Naples slIrvcying J;r111 \Vil,,)]]-tv!ilJer. SITE ANAL YSIS I FIELD SURVEY The field assessment included 3 pedestrian survey of I' parcel's eXlstlllg condition" subsurface testing, a botanical ,1nd historical asse:;smenl. rid an architectural ;:lSSeSSJnClll. Thc pedestrian survey E'L'llsed on identifying pbn" associated with Nehrlil1g and F1eisehmanll, and was kd by Dr. Abernathic, The a' "eologie-al assessment ((lcllsed 011 loe:uing evidence of Nec1u'ling' s hOllse and slatlwu". tC)till ~f twenty-Jive 50cm2 sbovel 26 Agenda Item No. 88 October 23. 2007 DRAIi"Ii~M:Jitf 107 tests were selectively excavated ill two di$creet areas identificd as being th" loclltion of the Hemy ~chrling home site and his sllllhnuse. In addition, four buildings fi-om Fleischmann's Caribbcan Gardens were examined by au architectural historian and their significance determined, COLLECTIONS All recovered archaeological materillls were cleaned and 4uanti lied and transferred to the Al-IC lab in Davie. INFORMANT INTERVIEWS The ABC team conducted intcrvicws with Dr. Jan Abcl'l1athie, head bot.anist of the Naples Zoo; David Tetzlaff, Executive Director of the Zoo: Tim T ctzlaff, Director of Conservation and Commtmications; and Ralph Williams, head maintenance superintendent, Tim Tetzlaff providcd vimage brochures and other information collectcd by his family concerning lhe Caribbean Gardens and Jungle Larry's Aincan Safari. Richard ~ehrling, Henry '-JeJ1Tling's !,'feat-grandson, assisted AHC with archival research at the Cnivcrsity of Florida and also coordinated a visit 10 Palm Cottage ill (Jotl1a, Kathleen Klare of The Historical Nehrling Society provided intornllltion, brochures, and documents relating to Palm Cottage. '27 Agenda Itern No. 88 _Q~tober23-2007 DKAl'l'~~~:lfl 07 SUMMARY OF SITES Site Name: Caribbean Gardens Gateh()~e and Gift Shop State Site Number: 8CR972 Em'ironmental Setting: NOIthwest ponion of the Naples Zoo in a landscaped area surround cd by largc marnre exotic (rees Location: Township 49S, Range 25E, Section 27 Site Tj'pe: Standing stmeturc Site Function: Former gatehousc/entrance to Caribbean Gardens Description: The site consists of a main stTu~ture and two outbuildings, TIle I <1rgest structure is the former gatehouse or eutrance 10 Caribbean Gardens built about 1954 by Julius Fleischmann, owner of the Gardens. It is construded of TOllghly dressed cypress lumber '-lI1d standing seam copper wofing. Fkisc!lmallll. heir to the corn oil/margarinc/ycast fortunc, wns panial 10 a rustic-cxotic mode of construction, He built his mansion on Gulfshore Boulevard :'-forth near l\aples Beach ill a similar style, The gatchollse incorporated a giti shop and administrative a1lie~s. Thl' ulllbuildings arc a tiny pump shed and garage-like outhouse huilt in the .'iam'" style asfhc g...tfhousc sLamJing to its imnleuiafe .....vest and sPulh,'vesL All threL' hujlding:; ar,::, used for s10rage .i:.inU .aTe not .liCl.'cssibk lo Lh~ general pllhlic. Chronology: Histori~: l,ire.a 1954 l'n'ser'\'mion Quol[ily: Good~ oul nt.'glt'l'leU unu hegInning to detenora[c_ (Fi'I:H@iil#"' ,'.";".-.".".' 1:{ll[,Il;\.t\;11i~(P:i~6' ~ Ama11d" 15 d()uble clucking. Significance: The site is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under Criteria A, 13, and C. The structure is a good example of a Florida roadside tourist altrit~ti()n of the mid. twentieth century. 28 Agenda Item No. 86 October 23, 2007 Page 60 of 107 q.t~ """ fNt Sk>p ..t ~'-- (ja.J-, hapkd. t?lMJa Figure 20. Vintage c. I 950/60s postcard ofthe Caribbean Gardens glltehouselgill shop. Figure 21, View north of the Caribbean Gardens gatehouselgift shop. 29 Agenda Item r~o. BB October 23,2007 Page '31 of 107 Figure 22. Vicw south of the restrooms, an outbuilding of the Caribbean Gardens gatehouse!g.ift shop, ~ 30 Fi !;me 23. \r,,,,w south",ast ofthe sll1a1le~t o(1:wo oulbuildin!.'.s associated with the Carnb",,,n GarJel1~ gatehcmselgifl shop /\genda Item No. 86 ~ Of,l\lb$r~" 2007 DlV-I.'P'8g.;:e2l6f 107 Site Name: Caribbean Gardens M,mugds House State Site Number: 8CR973 Environmental Setting: :-.fortheast portion of the :-.fapJes Zoo m a landscaped area surrounded by matlu'e exotic tTees Locath.n: Township 495, Range 25F. Section 27 Site T~'pe: Standing structure Site Function: Re~jd~>n,'e for manager of Caribbean Gardens Description: 111e site is a white vinyl-sided house used by several managers working for Julius Fleischmann, among whom wa., .loe] Kuperherg, who was responsible for augmenting the extensive plant collections of .Iuli us Fleischmann at Caribbean Gardens, The building. cl>llslnrcted around 1954. is a plain, generic, inexpensive house of that era, It is now used for storage and is not aec.essiblc to th., gcneral public, Chronolog)': HistC'nic: circa 1954 Previous Rcsca reb: None Prcscn'atitlll Quality: Gllod_ hut neglected and bcginning tCl detenorilte o,~'ii~r;;ljjp:::: ;/::;,'<>:.: "S.'i" l,m'ilm;iv)ljlJ2f,ep~iM ~ Amanda is double checking. S i go ifiean cc: The house is not eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, 31 ~T~~I 'I , " "'< :" f ~' , " 'lJ,'"f,".:"" .it.. I ". reo .~\".. \'1,', '~-" 'd'" J .i i' / Ie') "I . 1( I ,( {~ Figure 24. View soutlleast orlhe Caribbean Gardens manager's house. Figure 25 View north "fihe Caribbean Gordcns managcr's I;,:':se. 32 Site Name: State Site Number: Enyironmental Setting: Location: Site Type: Site Function: Description: Chronology: Collections: Previous Research: Presen'ation Quality: Ownersblp: Significance: Agenda Item No. 86 _ OGJQh.er 230~007 DRAl'-;il~l. iif 107 Henry Nchrling House Site 8CR974 ).lorthwest portion of Naples Zoo in a landscaped area crossed by a winding asphalt walk T(ml1ship 498, Range 25E, Se~tion 27 Site of historic house Residence The bouse, as it was, is cbaracterized in David Draipsa's biographic introduction in }\lell1'ling's Plants, People, and Places in Early' Florida as "a small 'backwoods' shack standing on piers, conmining a large living room v>lith 'windows looking over dlC garden and another very small room where [Nchrling) kept his books and photog,l'aphs," '111e stmcllll'e was wood frame. Notbing rcmains standing abovc ground, Sub,lIfltlCe remains are minimal and heavily impacted by rcccut changes, The May 6, 1926 hurricane is reported to have lorn Ihc roof off thc building and forced jt ofT its piers. TIle stmcture may have becn aljf,'Tled Wilh an east-west row oflal'ge fkus trees planted dowll the length or the parceL Two extant royal palms may have been part of 11 row l1anking all east-1Ncst walkway to the house, The house lay to tile south (.>1' a brge sla1hollSc (8CR975) where l\ehrIing grew calmliums and other planTS. lJislOric: 1'121-1929 None Driapsa, 2001 I'air In pour. Thc sitc is in a w<11bvayianimal enclosure area and has bccn >ev('l'd)' altcred by rcccnt dcvelopment. Public: Collier County The site is oflocal signifi=ce. 1t is not eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic. Plac.es 33 MODERN GATE ) ~,. '. --------- /1 \\.T~) ! \ PAIRED . 1 ROYAL I ',PALMS t \ I : I , I I , / / i / , / / I . o ,." I noT 5f-1) ST-I) ST-4 SH: -..__'_u__.____..__\ "- ',,- '\., "'-- " ....... r.-.............. ............,.." """ "'r... .......... "'.. ". "'........ ........ ".. ".... ....... "', ", '" ......"... " .......",.. ........,............... .......... .... ,.'..... ". '. '-'. ...... -'" "'" ......... ". ........... ""'.. ........... ....; ........ "', '" " '..... ST-13 mi'\ i , STt~ m ! I ST..H ffi] I ", '''. -". " I . AFRICAN WILD DOG ENCLOSURE ST.1O E!iI 5i.~ EJ $1&[3../ ) ,/ /' ,,-( 'f~\\'" ,\:...... .. '>\' ;'.-" .~.t? ,> '\' ,~. c-f}"0 \'., ST.1 /' / ,-- /' .... ,/" /'- " ,.' .- ..' ST" DUIKER (ANTELOPE) ENCLOSURE j'igurc 26. lVlap oLhe Nchrling Hou,;" Site (SCR'!7~) area showing the pi""'.i"ent of shovel tests in restricted arc~s avaiiabk for testing, .L\genda Item No. 28 October 23, 2007 Page 65 of 107 r- o z o o s:: -0 o C Z CJ z(~ "-.'-- 10 20 I 40 Fe;!! approx. 34 Agenda Ilem No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 66 of 107 Figure 27,View west at the Nehrling House Site (8CR 974). An asphalt- paved walk crosses the area., which is l1anked by endosw'es containing lions, African wild dogs, and Duiker antelopes, FigtlTe 28. View east back toward the area of Figure 27 35 Site Name: State Site Number: Envimnmental Setting: Location: Site Type: Site Function: Description: Ch ron ologJ-': Agenda Item No. SB Octpber n 2007 DRAIP,,9k:~O:lf 107 Hen:)' Nehrling Slathom;e Site 8CR975 Partially cleared land northeast of antelope enclosure, tlanked by the parcel's north perimeter road in the northwestern portion of the Naples Zoo T ovmship 498, Range 25E, Section 27 Site and foundations of historic slathouse N l1Ts"ry I horticulture The building, as it was, is characterized in David Draipsa's biographic introduction in l'ichrling's Planls; People, and Pla,'cs ill Early Florida as a slathoU5e used by pioneer horticulturist Henry Nehrling to propagate and raise cabdiums and other tropical ornamental plants, similar to those constructed by Nehrling at his other nursery in Gotha, central Florida, A plan found in the special collections at the University of Central Florida indicates that the structure measured 336 feet north-south and 80 feet easH\'e~\ (Figure 29). An assessment of early photographs of similar sttuctur~s built by N ehrling suggest they were made of rows of upright poles of cypress or ligntered pine, 10-12" in diameter, supporting lateral 2 x 6" or 2 x 8" boards which in tu upported 1 x 4" slats spaced at equal intervals for control or Iic;nt and shade. A 1952 Miami Herald newspaper miide shows a pnotOji,'1'aph of part of the mined structure (Smiley 1952), Ralph Willi"ms, head of maintenance at the Naples Zoo, remembered that there were three wooden poles in an east-west line still sk1nding in the footprint of the stru~tur~ until (en yeclrs ago. The archaeological investigation revealed a discreet lens of oyster shell 4 inches thick that may r~present paving associated with this structure. Two or more pipe lines of appmximately 3-inch iron pipes were noted in association and orientation to the slathollse structure. Research indicates that a waler tank/lower was consln\cted on the parcel to water plants in the sJathollsc, A fallen lightered pine post near a limestone- filled pad, also unco\'ered dllring investigations, may be One of the vertical posts supporting the slathouse mot: Historic: 1921-1929 36 Agenda Item No. SB _ Of!.Ober 23,,2007 DRAIi"~~4'fiJ~f 107 Collections: None Prcvious Rescarch: Smiley] 952, Driapsa 200 I Prcscrvation QuaIi1)': Fllir to poor, The sile is north of and behind an animal enclosure and has been severely altcrcd by recent devek'pmenl. Ownership: Puhlie: Collicr Count}' Significance: The site is of tocal significancc, It is not eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Plaecs. 37 Ag9nda item No. 88 October 23.2007 c, of 107 . - I.. I , fl. ~. Ci.v') , ~oe)' K",-~_ ~ y'- .... f<':....... -1- I!' ...i ,- , . - ...~" . ~- 1 ~~t.:I;"' i '~f ....",. A::c> t ~~ d j I "t . t " -~~~ ;'~""ic-~" ~. y-..., $' , , ,-, k"" ) I' '-.".....~ ,........1 , . . . ..... 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'...... ~ ~1'-1:!1 L:.:.J ST-19 _____________.________.J KH:l:~~r P.JSI~ PILe "- --.. - Agenda Item No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 70 of 107 :z: 0 ~ '" '" 0 ,r-. ~ ~ m '0 '" -I n1 .0 :>J Z ~ m ~ ~ ~ ,.. 0 '" :I: ,. Z r z: '" ." n1 :z: '" n1 figure 30. Map oflhe Nchrling SI,lthouse Site (8CR975,1 area showing the placement of shovel te.~l, in re,tricted area, availahle for te,ting. :: POSITlVE SHOVEL TEST {Ii-INCH THICK OYSTER SHELL LEt-JS) I IIlIi! ~ NEGATIVE SHOVEL TEST 0 10 20 39 z(~ _./ I 40 feet approx ,_E .:~;","":::".S:.~S'il.:::.!.EJ; '~~:i:i:.::::,_~;;:;:;':"'::'...lJ-,,~;~:,":'~ ':::::_ :~. /<.J,,~'oI ....,.,. .;.~.... .... ...." ..... It,CC. Gk1J.NT o:;J...MlNE:8 OW NE:RR'LDlc. $i.):.I lfOt,;$,t:. Agenda item i'~o. 88 October 23,2007 Page 71 of 107 Figure 31.. Photograph from the 1952 Ni,on Smiley Miami Herald article showing Jack Grant (then manager of restoration for Cambean Gardens) examining the remains ofNehrling's Slathollse. "'..'"'""..".....'........."~-~_.- "~--- ~ ~' ,'I)l.f ,.. . ~ _.,~ ,,. ~... I ' ":' ., :~--<O.~g ;","'"ir"".' I'IEW Mllll101llAa AIlD6 Il!;:.r .,. TO OLD N!:lIl!J:.!NG G/~OD1l! AT I'iII!'l.S8 Figure 32. Photograph th.u the 1952 Nixon Smiley Miami Herald articlc showing onc of tIle' ,,['\\1)' dredged centl'allakes OIl the Caribbean Gardens par:~,:..:! 40 k.'l1~ 'lI~q !-l , (. I ~7~~:> i~f'~~ . ',it,f n",. :i 71 Agenda Item No. 88 October 23,2007 age 72 of 107 ~2' Figure 33. View east of Tim Tetzlaffand Ralph Williams standing at the NehrJilJg SJatlwuse Sile (8CR975). 41 Figure 34. View east "fVuit 1 ex~oavaled to approximatdy 10 em in depth. The superimposed dOlled Iincs show Jocalions of fcatures: A. ReC-langul ar lime~tone pad for post(?): 13. Apparent comer of 4-inch thick oyster shelllen,; C Location oj' cut lightered pine pnsl found on wrface; D. Apparent edge of shcJlleos J\genda Item ~~o. as October 23. 2007 Page 73 of 107 Figure 35. View non orslighlly undulating shell lens in n(]Jih wall onJni! I. \~~;~~if' '.:'~_'C'.. : '."/ -:;. j;":;~';=;;~~;:~~:~~:fi~~~& ~~~ :~i~~~f:~,'\~~€~t;!1t1 " '~'~':~~''''.S: .:<~ ,,~}~!.::-:../\;. I. "~'_'_'~"'~\:":'~ Figure 36 \r,ew nonh of detail of lllldulating :;helllens in the nonh wall of Llllit I ,12 ( 7 \1 r\',R:i'"1'ED ~HNCH OI:AMETER IRON piPE P.!:PA1R[D,!JOtN(3)BY ROUG'r-l!i;Y ,o;.PF'~~P GCNCRETE-PATCHING. SFGMENTI;ii ,ALI!<.1lNEn 1 0 'r HI;; ,,-',ffl.,"'tNAL f."C1~lS 4 4"'o'~ ", 4,,"/ ,jr.."/ ~:p'i'o '/0,0/ ~~'". ,/""'/ ,/ \ " "'011. ,,- ,,~~:<O_ --1>"" ~:%.'*' \ ,,~~ \~ ".. \ TEST ur~IT , :;+V:lI LON::: :51:..'C1"I(;1'\ Or' U;:;li-CI;;[:l "1~-,::.f"03T fOUI<lCi Ol~ ;::'URf'!"CC !I'j Tli:S ?OSlT;ON, DARI::FNED PGI?TI()N o~ P~J:~"T '.'.\o\~Ot~Cf Rt.lP,IEfJ IN 'r....E (~~("",/!..;;) NU:: .!:]~D c:..rr 5Y $t,W /' / .-/" -- / Figure 37. Plan ,>f the Nehrling Slath(luse Site (8CR975). CONTOURS IN 1-f-OOT I NCREMENrs FrtDMM4P(;RFJ.TfUl1\' JOHI0Ci'lllJ',(f'. JIFIJ:l Nl!1,~rtl~.lAhjll r-"~l;1-ltt1 1......1" !l-'{ Jf..\..N t1. 8l'<'l~',UL; 1:' II ~,,<l f~ r eo; \ ~~ e \(>~ 7 '\>,1 5 ?\,1 1~ \~~~\ \ \\ \\~\ \\ \ \\", \~\ \ \ \, \ reST Uf~rr .2 Ik'iH1'F.R OR....... SRIP \ ;. ~\ 1 , '" . ,~ l~ lSi 1= 7 "" , , I HI eM THICK OYC;Trn l W~~\~i~I~~~~RF%ft~iJO I LEroITE:f.l IN W~II t \. Agenda Item No. SB October 23, 2007 Page 74 of 107 /,// 4 .. , , : : , , : : , , 4 a. , j . CI) . \ ~ " " " " \ '. \...~ , AFP.....REP GOr-~t~r:.R "\,~ \ \ \ c-..,\ (~ 1 SO em approx. 6 Feet approx, .~ )/'I RE('T'\O\J1 {'R \ ur\~E.~or~E- 'i'Tli.E.J '\ ARE"" 30 1 60 90 2 3 43 Agenda Item 1\10. 38 Octohpr 23 ?007 DRAl'r~-250.rl 07 RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS 'J11e Nehrling plln:e1 was ~ssessed 10 determine whelher it retains any elements and features that could contribute towards a significant cultural landscape occurring there, Th~ ,ISS~SSlJ]~nt was p.::rformed specifically to locate and evaluaTe any signifiemJl historic I and~cape features related to )Jehrling's use of the parcel. as well as any eomributing archaeological und historical features. so that a master pJan and proposed improvements to the Kaples Zuo ~an be implemented without adversely impacting any significant cultllfaJ resources within it. The term "landscape" in the contcxt of this "-"essment is ddined b>' the National RegisTer as several specific types (Naiional Park Sen'iee Prcsen'Cllioll Rrie/3Iij:: A ell/Iura/landscape is ddincd as a geographic al'ca. including hoth cultural and natural resources and the wildlife or domestic. animal, there.in. associated with a historic CVL:::nt., activity, or pt.:r~ntl or exhibiting other cu]tllriJl or aesthetic vallles. A hiMoric vernacular landflcape is a lands.c.npe that evolved through U5~ by the peoplc whose activities or occupancy shaped that land,cape. Through social or cultural altitudes of an individual. family or a community. the landscape refleers ~le physical. biologic.al. and cU](llml character of those ,'vcryday lives. !'unction play" a significant role in vernacular I:::mds.c.apes. They c::m he a singh.' prop~r1:y such as a fann or a c'.olkc;tion of propc'Iti-l:s sllch as. a district or hbloric farnu: Hlol1g a river valley, Examples inc,lude rural villages. industrial compkxcs. and agricultural I :ltlds.capes.. A !zi~'f()rjc sUe i:i a tandscape significilnt for il5 ass(Jciatiol1 \,,,j1b a his(llric CVl'nt, <it1iv[ly. or rL.:rS(1ll, r.~.arnpk~ indudc hlHncfkld~ ,md prcsidcnl\ hf'lJ~" properties. An ethnographic 1.:Hldi.'cape i.t:; a Iando:;;c~pe cOIlt..'lining 3 varit:ty of natural and cultural rC::;OllfCCS (h~l[ :'lssocialcd pcopk J~finc ,-lS hcriwge ri...'SNJfCC$. EXflmples arc contecmporaf)' settlements. religious sacred sites. and massive ge:ologkal slnH.'.lllr~s, SITl~'t1J plant l:tHllt1l\Jliilics~ iHIiItl.<'ds. sllhsjsl(mc~(' and Ce:l'l.'IHOllial gWllnds are often (,;(rmpont';ll~. /\ hisJori(' designed lm1<ls('npe is on 12, lhat v,:as L:om.cluLlsl,)" .:.ksignt'd or ],Jld (Jut hy 8 lal1ds,~ape arGhite{~t. maskr g,ardenCf. arcbitect or hnnie-ulturi""t acc,ot'ding to de-sign prim:'ipk'::". ur an amaleur gan_h,'II~r I,vorking in a rCGogniL:t'J style or tradition. Thl".~ lands.-capf illS)' he assnci3ted \\:rth a :;.ignific.:lnt pcr,,,;oll(s)~ lrclld or eVCl1( in 1:-md;,;c3pc art'hik:dun:; or iIlustT<'lte an important development in the theory and practice of lands-cape architecture. Acsl!lL.'tlC v::ducs plJy :'I signiflC:::lllt role ill dc.c;igl1C:D bllds.capGs. Orthe iive 'ypes ur cu!tural Iomdscapes. the one ihat nwsr dosely 3ppli~s to the sllhj~ct parcel is the "hi,toric dc"ig:ned bmlscapc" TIle crikriu I'm an historic desib'11ed landscape are as ["II(,w,: ]. !\ landscape that has significance as a design or work of art: 44 Agenda lIem No. 8B . OdiWer 20..2-007 DRI\.I"~~:;!6lb! 107 2, A landscape consciously designed and laid out by a master gardener, landscllp~ m_.hiteet, architect, or horticulturalis! to a design principle, or an ("'T,er or other amateur using a recognized style or tradition in response or reaction to a recognized stj'lc or tradition; 3, A landscape having 1I historical assuciation with a significant person, trend, event, etc. in landscape gardening or landscape architecture; or 4. A landscape having a signiJicant relationship to the theory or practice of i<mdscape architecture, Hem)' Nehrling's garden in Naples, Florida as uriginally conceived and executed would qualify as all historic designed landscape. Nehrling was a significant h01iiculturalist who pioneered the int.roduction and propagation of exotic plans in Florida. The intent of his garden was to create a hannonious blend of native and ~x()tic plant elements thaI would inspire and promote their use, In addition, the garden \vas also used for commercial propagat.ion and as a field SImian for the introduction and evaluation of exotic plants. Nehrling's conception of his relati(lnship to plants as a '.Iandscape artist" rather than that of "architect" was a philosophical departur~ from earlier F.umpeiJJ1 cODceptions of creating rigid linear, formal, highly maintained g"rd~ns (Draip,,, J 996), As Nchrling scholar. [)avid Draipsa, writes in "Henry N ehrling 'Pat.ron Saint ofTlorida Gardens "': }\/e1'(!F s'ric:(~v j<4Ion"flg {he rules (:1 the landscape designer's sH'eephJK lmv115 L~f gra.~,.. with scatu.'7"ed dumps ()f trees, _VchrlbTg adopted a garden style ,hat Wf)S l'esprm.';,'ive to the suhtropic environment H' The resulting s(rfe "vas more analogous Jo flu..' w.'maculoi' hmd~~'('t"J-ws (~.f,he piwu-'('I" ,hou 10 ,he m.'lId(~mic ,\!.I-'te ~?l,he /arub;cape archilcct(Drail1SD I <)()6). Drnips3 ~!S(1 explains tlmt l'cllIling's ideas were. shaped by several Iilrger landscaping mov~ments 11mt w~rc sweeping the country during his lifetime that \"'ere clqJartures ii.om traditional gardening rlwory, and that hc oftcn corrcspnndcd with inllucntial pf0poncnts of thc HC',' naturalistic approach to gardcning, lron.icaUy. NchrJing's emphasis on the eckctie llse of "found'. (original) landscapes and minimalist 3ugmentation by the judicious addition of exotics has helped ohscure any surviving elements of a l1laS'cer plan at his l'apJes garden. This ~nd the prol(lUnd changcs made at the parcel ~ince his death have left only ,,,,,'era1 dl)z~n generally large and mature speeimell trees tha1 can be attributed to him, Reestablishing coherent retat ionsl1ip$ or or;ent3tions of these surviving plmlts to a 11l3ster pial plan (which nwy no longer exist if il eVer did) is problematic as much of the origin"llopngraphy and vegetation has cha.1lged. I'hc pbysical remains and mallifestations of Nchrling' s tenure on the parcel arc minimal and much-altered. They do not contribute as substantia]];: to\vard qualifying the prop~tiy for I is] illg in the Nmion,al Registcr of Historic Places as, for example, those of the the Palm COllage Gardens in GOlha, Florid;}. TIlL' (i-acre parcel ill Gotha indudes Henry l'ehrling., firsl hume in Florida, numerous plantings, and ,j generaIJy uninterrupted landscape adjacent to Lake Nally (l-1csll>r 2(05). 45 Agenda Item 1',10. as .Oct!l.P"Ir ?3 ?007 DRAp,\g.;;-;[rijl107 While dements of Nehrling' s overall :'oraples garden-landscape sllrvive in the fonn of a few mature specimen trees, the provenicnce and positioning of most smaller plams and shrubs have been obsC'urcd by time, Scveral visitors to the parcel in the early J 9505, among them Nixon Smiley, reporter for the Miami Herald, and Joel Kuperb~rg, fom1er manager of the Caribbcilll Gardens, indicated that most of the minor Iamhcape elements amI smaller ornamental plants had disappcared by 1954 (Smiley 1954, 'Watts 1980), This IlSSeS~met1t ha~ also detcrmincd that all surfacial traces ofNehrling's experimental gardens and commercia! C'peration, including his home and slilthouse, have also been effaced, and thllt any surviving elcments :lIe archaeologicaJ in nature, The standing struclllres that still exist on the Nehrling parcel were huilt by Julius Flcis~hm"nn li)r the Caribbean Gardens. They are the gatehou;;e/gift "hop and its two outbuildings, and the manager's huuse, All are in excess of 50 years old. The manager's hOllse, though it relates to the Fleischmann era, is of secondary import.1.nce and is 110t architecturally significant. The gatchouse/gift shop complex if of primary historical and architecmraJ significancc and is potentially eligible for listing in the :-Iational Register of Historic Places under eri lcria A, S, and C. ]n wne]llsion, the Nehrling parcd is not eligible Ibr listing in the Natiol11i1 Rei,'ister of Historic Places as a cultural landscape, although the Fleis~hmann gmehollse/gift shop struclure located within it is individually eligible. However, the Nehrling parcel does qualify (i,r design'-ltion as an hislorically and Oifchaeologically significant sile in accoru,mc.e with the Collier County Land Development Code, Sectilln 2,03,07 E, based on [be fpllowing characteristits/c.riteria listed in the Code: J, The ~rea is associ~tcd with dislinctive dements of the culmral, social, \,t1mic. political. ecc))1omic, sci~ntitic, religious, prehistoric. or "J'chit~ct\lral history that have colltribut~d to the pmtern of history ill the community. the County. l11e State of Florida, or [he nation, The pared is the locatioll of pionccring horliculturalist and landsc2.pe architcct. Hcnry l'ehrling's tropical nursery and plant introductory station which operated fi'om 19~11O 1')2'), rile parcd represents n distinclivc "cicntilic mn(ribulion [n Collier County ,,,,d tht' Stale "I' Florida. 2. The are'l i, associated witll tbe lives of persons signitlcant in histC'J')', Hl:l1l')' Nehrling ".a-, important person who c.[1ntributcd to our knowledge of bot.lJI1Y. hodi('u11un.:.\ and bohmy. 011 a local, Sl~tte_ and nmionallevel. ~. The ,arL.,:,a Cl11bodic'S the JiStilK:.tivt' r.:hanH..:t;,:.'ri':li'l'~ of a Lyp-e~ period. method, or mmeri~ls of const.ruction Ihal pO".c:ss high artistic value, quality of design CTaftsmallShip, or That l'epl'CSCL d1 individual architGct or bllilder'.> prominence or contrihul ion to the de" ,pmcnt of The County. t.he Slate ,,['Florida, "r Lhe nation, 46 Agenda Item No. 88 'D" Ocl;;lP1r i:),~007 r...Apagt...m 107 The subject parcel encompasses remnants ofNehrling's oJiginal gardens and Fleischmann's Caribbean Gardens. Thc gatchouse/gift shop building for the Caribbean Gardcns \,vas built in 1954; and rcpresents an important example of a Collier County tourist attraction with distinctive architcctural design, 5, The area has yielded or is likely to yield infomllilion 011 local history or prehistory; l11e Nehrling parcel encompasses archaeological evidence of an important historic site, the Nchrling slathouse (SCR975), and possibly the Nehr1ing homestead, (BCR974), 47 .. E '.' 0:: ~II Jj -. -" ,~ , " ',' ~I Z ~ ", ~ '. >, " -;; 't". Co" ~i ~ '1; "" .J E z >..n . .f: ~. , .. .~ 7. c ",;, .-' d; f ." d " oC , -g r ,= " "" .', ,~ =.~ 0 ~ , <~i' " ~ :;;: :- == , Sf) "'. ..... L.;: .,..., ~,..^ 4l! Agenda Item f,o. 88 October 23,2007 Poge 79 of 107 ~z " ~ ~{ c [ ~ 1l .:: ':i s '" I ~ " .- l! 1( :fl '" c '" c . '" .. 11 o z >. ~ , "" d -" t! f! -c .. ~ ;<: .. ~ ~ ~ ;." ~ g "- :'" ~ ~ ~ .; ~ S Ij '';:; ~ ~ :l. ;; ~ 6 ~~~~ " . '" - ~ ~I .if ~ '" :a E ~ " " ~ ~ ~. r.; " ;,." ~ ~ , T; " ~ :; .J 0 '" f '" "' j! i ,- oj 0 -oj , ., t;.; 0 y B 'J) ."~ '-' - E '0 'd c ~ ;r ..?, " 0 dt . co c. '" .... , , I .~)@.. Agenda item No. 88 October 23, 2007 Page 80 of 107 Figure 39, Sign at the Naples Zoo announcing regularly sc.heduled plant tours. .\f'~ ~.. ", Fifo,rure 40, Special botanical area at thc Naplcs Zoo showcasing unique plants and planters. 49 Aoenda Item No, .SB ~ OltRh'lr 23.,,2007 ORA;"~~iJ4()ji 1 07 RECOMMENDATIONS Bascd on the available data, some type of IUlmal recognition of NchrJing's gardens and his scicntifie contributioll5 to botany and omithology should be implementcd by Collier County. The Nchrling parcel mcets four of the twelve criteria for a signilkant historic site in accordance with the Collier County Land Dcvelopment Code 2.03.07 E. TIle parcel encompasst's ft'attlres and ~ites that rcprcscnt cvidcnce of ~ehrling's pioneering work and that of F1eishmann's Caribbean Gardcns, which qualifies as a historic site because it, too, was an important botanical garden and roadside tOUl'ist attraction, now in exees~ of finy years of age. Detracting from the parcel's historic significance is The diminished integrity of the parcel's hi,toric lemures, reslllting from the large-scale rcmoval of many ofl\'ehrIiug's plant~. as well as the attrition of othcr plants by storms and disease. Also, tbe distinction he tween plants in lrodllced by NehrJing verstls Flcischmann is not often clear, and certainly not documented in the various plant inventories that have b(.cn completed since 1955 (1vlOlion, 1955; Rcad 2001). It is recommcnded that existing histOlic specimen plants he fully invcntoried and mapped by GIS coordinates. lhese plants should be maintained and interpreted at Ihe zoo. '111i5 is alremly the ca.~':. in part. But consideration sbould be given to creating a more detailed bOlanicaltrail incorporating the existing trail system. whcreinlhe Nchrling feamres are fully interpreted, hy using disti net iw Nehrling signag~ and a walking trail bmchurc. The brochure should include a lTlap indicating tbe location of historic K ehrlin[' fcamres, such as tbe house and slalhollse :;ites. An atlempl should he made to crcdit the individual who introduced e~ch [->peeimen on the rev iscd pl~in1 signagc. AllY propooed d~aring and rnkvel('prnent uf th~ ZOl' in thc vic.inily of the Nehriing lIouse Site (8CR974), and Slathollse (8CR975), should he subject to monitoring by an arclweoiogist and, in tht' cnse ,,['the ,["thouse, ~dditimml <.lrchaeologic.altcsting should be ,'.onducled. The Caribhean Garckns GatchoLJsc 3nd Gift Shop (gCK'/72) is a significant historic strudme iUld should bc preserved. It is recommended that its blli Idings be restored aml it tl",d in its existing location as a Nclll'lin[' Ivluseum~a focaIl'oint for the inkrprdalioll ol'tlle Nehrling and Flcischmannlegacies and the hi story of rJorida landscaping. I r prc'ser\'''ti"n or this historic huilding cumplex in its original location is not f;"asil,le thell it ,hnu.lJ be rc!oeated and restored. In this last resort, the strUC.llll'C:(S) should k. moved 1.0 a lo~"ti(Jn as l'I()~;e "s p,,;:sible to th~ ori:;iDl11 site 'vhile maintaining their original spatial relations as much as po"siblc. One option would be 10 move rhe stmctme(s) to a parcel on 'l'1,e n0l1h side oflhe Naples z'oo, CDnsideration shmlld be given to rattnering with local nol-10r- profit hotanical or plant societies 10 implement nnd stalfthe ~ehrling museUlll "nd hou,ll1ical c.enter. FinDl':., i1 is recommended thaI a ellllural re;;ource stuu\' be eonduded to document other historic and archaeological features outside or lhe scope of this assessment prior to the approval or a reJevelopmenl pbll ror the K ~J1les 70p I"" 'pert). 50 Agenda Item No, 8B Octob~r 23. 2007 DRA.litgz-2!01107 REFERENCES CITED Driapsa, David J. 1996 Henry Nehrling "Patron Saint of Florid a Gardens". Unpublished manuscript. 24 pp 2001 Henry Nehrling J.3iography (1853-1929) in Nehrlillg's Plan/s, People and Places ill Early Florida, Robert W, Rcad. cd, University Presses of Florida., Gainesville, Fl. Fleischmann, Julius ] 935 POOlS/eps inlhe Sea, G.P l'utnmu's Sons, New York, Hester, Cary 2004 A Restoration Proposal for Dr. Jlenry Nehrling's Palm Collage Gardcns, Gotha, Florida. Proposal for lv'laster's Thesis. University l>fFlmida. Gainesvi lie, Florida, Moller, Gertrude 2002 Remembrances of Eleu(hera. In Shella-O-Gram, newsletter of Jacksonville Shell Club, Jacksonville, Fl., May-June, 2002 issue. Morton, Julia F. 1955 Some U.l'~fid and Ornamellla! PI{Jnt~ of lite Caribbean Gardens. Parkt.r Art Printing Assoc.. Coral Gables. 1'1. Read, Robert \V" cd, 20m .1I.'ehl'ling', Early Florida G"rJenl'. L:niversit)' Presses ofFJol'ida, Gainesville. 1"1. Read, Robert Vi.. cd. 20111 ]v'ehrling's l'hmls. People and /'laces in Eal'(V Florida, University Press of Florida. Gainesville. l'l. Srniky. Nixon 19.52 Garden To Blonn1 /\gdln, AIiami i{cl'ald, 11-23-52. \Valls, Edna l\'kA. 19S0 Tropical CiarMns lO African Sal,ni: A History oj' Caribhean Gardens, A'''plc.I' Now, March is~uc, 51 .L\genda Item No, 8B Octo her 23. 2007 DRAF"f>~gHlj'of 107 ArP:ENDIX 1. 1955 ['LA]\;T INVE::-.ITORY OF TIlE CARIBBEAN GARDENS Pfants illustrated in tho original catalog of .'Some Usefuf lJrKi OrmJfftfJIitrJf Plants af UlfJ Canbbean Gardtmsl" by Julia FI Morton, In 195:5. AC;lcii! fwnoslana Willd. S'vVEET ACAC1A l1ativeto tmpic::al Amellca Allillmlnda r:alharlJc. L YElLOW ALlAMANDA "ajive to 8la;:il Artabalrys odor;;lItllllmu$ R.Br. CLIMBING YUWD-YIAND native to Asia and E~sllndi". Rix8orolhma L', ANNATTO. L1PS7ICK PlA.:NT rrative: to Jroplcal Arne;ica Bfassaia lJctinophyU~ End!. (Schd!1era act:no~hylla HalTTls) QUEENSlA.~D UMBRELLA fl<.ltfvt." to Austral~a BYI':,>o!"Jm,f:' cmssifo/~ I-iBK, ~JANCE or GOLDEN--SPOON native, to llT.lpfcal America Cmj"""gnmdlflortl A. DC_ CARISSA orNATAl->>LUM r1alivejo SOLJlhA/ri<3 Coa.oyota mitis tour. TUFTED FISlHMl PALM nZltrve to Burma ~nd Mataya Cassla ala'ta L. CANDLE BUSH, CURE~ALL. or R1NGVVORM S!::NNA n.sd:ve 10 tropical A,manca Cncysallclocarpuslulsscons Wendl AP,ECA Pf-LM, GOLDEN CAN!C PALM ""'''.lo M&dagascar Cllrus '.lIeu/a!. X fortuna/lo ~p. (Cllrus m'lis) CAlAMONOlN Goccoioba Uy1f;ef"il Jac-.q, SEAGRAPE native lo FlorWa, (1r'd V"~i Itldtl"!5 Cocosnucifsra L COCONUT PALM native to old world tropics CofDC:i!.sla e1iCuJanta Schotl TAHO MOvc to sQulh'PaEotern A.'-';ia Corrlyliml'lermltlstJ$ Kunth (DraC'.mm-a terminalir;) TI rpWtlounce<.llee1 nOOive to tropical /\Sta. Pofync~a eyens c;rclnalJs L. FAl,St: SAGo..PAlM natiVE'lo Southeast Asia, EB:;1 ~no.es. South Pacific DDvyafis heb8C.8rpa \....'8:rO. CE.ytOr~ GOOSE3ERRY. KETEMBILLA native to Sri Lanka Etaeis [Ju/m:xmsls J5Icq, AFRf(""..A.N OIL P,~LM r.e~~a tD West: Africa HlbJ~c(J.$ f'Ozs,..sJnerltii$ L Hl3rSCUS n-ath'e to Soutt1ea5t Asja and Pctynes.i8 fflhls=Hlli"""". L MArlOE OR SEA HIBISCUS . JUIfipMJS sificle%' Bafley SOUTHERN RED CED)\R rtatNl1 ~\)~zti:l U.S, Mon-f:i.tum dfJ/ic/oSiJ- Lie-om. CE R~MAN, MONSTi: RJ.. nmiv0 tD Mc}:h.~Q and C(~flt.ra1 A.menc.9 Myri,~,[; C"~rlfero L MYR"P....E. SOlJrH~RN W;'YJv1YRTLE NorivNI of(Jander L. OLEANDER native to 1''''~d'!erri3n~.an rt~gfrJn P"fl-MnUS urrJi$ Bory, SCF:~'NPINE n;njvE; to Mad~S"^'::Sf PCfSmdJorootlla S~rl-~rlq, HSD H-'\Y na[lve1-:J WDstn' U.S. Phonnix roclfnBta J.ao::;'l~ ~~Er':f:GAL DATE PALh1 natille to trop"~cal Nrk:a PltyJfrmthrr!J fJmbUCil L, E:I<.'18L1G n:=ttlv!;- kltr(Jpic[.{, Asia a:n::l Cas~ ~n.jies Pterocatpur. indfcus \P.lilld. e.URMESE ROSE'NOOn, BLOOO\.r....C>CJQ na'ii\'f".lo M~la'{.<'l <m~~ [_~:;;l f:"lc'iie..<:; f?fw'd<JmYf"ws :ormmtosvo I :.:l:,,~;k LJ()'NI"'J)'- ROSE MYRTLE i~rh.l(.c to p.!J.~a. fOlnlcma anci East t'ldi~.s R{)J.'~1!H1fM<J/mlJ' r, 1-1arper ROY,Ad. P/~U~1 niJO;llve to so:.rth fI(>>id,~ and poc....~ibIV Cu:J.;,~ S~oaf piJlmcr!o Load. CADG,\(;f.'; PI\LM n::-lJi1JE' l:J Sou!:,eastern U.s. S.l),ji:.'h{)d~&' camp;:mul:J:'<l Els,;;}lrv. PIFRICAN :'UU? tREE, SQUIRTER FLOi/VER native to::. Africa Stf}."t:'trnos spfnos~ t-<mi. 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Sout~~e<:s1.Em U_S T~rmi:Jalj2 C21appa Ln:,~,-.)Pi~;J\L-,AiJJ,::JND naih..Je to r'.~aj~-'I(lai~;r TtI;?~!;;Jp;mu.1( p;,pyrif"wm r:och Rl~:fAJ).',.PER PL ,6.NT n:::rtiv-f' to rormos.-:l ar1~ -::nUH1"'Jn Ctlln.:; n/hmC'SJll lJ.~nf!:widf?!3 (';;P,,\NISH rt/i'::JS5 p..c.tii,'[, tG r';[luth~,~t.tE>m u.s 52 Agenda Item No, 88 Dn A fl'C:<~1r:::J, 2007 r.J'" -\-''';;r-,-!!4' of 1 07 APPENDIX 2. 200G CARIBBEAN GARDENS PLANT INVENTORY C~\ribbE:Qn '3ardeHS l?l~Ti~ L:i~L f.l r 9/1.e/~IO ~ent by .Tan ,~bc-:-:'nathy fer cl1.cldngt c"".1e-",/ 1 R.4!.Re..o<, ~.];>. tP.e:r,,-t" t::~",( ~~=r-.,4 Jl..ca lY1?~~ bi.Bpid-Ci Ar::chmea blanch6tt:.ana JiJeC'::11':tE':a f'.Jlgen~j Acc~~ca s~i~hior~m A~.(h~et5.:.a odor-a A:p.::;.inF\lrpuro. t,,, A:.pJ.n.:La .:-er:Ufilbf:i:,l.- WH ~ P,r',d.~C1'::'epis skir,nE'r'i _~~,)) n ona s q u idl10 ~~ a ~',;',t,j'JE1:::m~ bun.i1)s P,r6,l:c~.::';r:J..a :~id,~ilj,~j !~.r~i,l~CQ:r:j.~ Gunn,~;-'lJhtU"l;l l'\r,="u.::,~r~,f.! het'::'rc-~~,hylJ..a ,/:\,rT..<:';;:::?Jrpl1::i h{~LG::r.upll}'ll Aspjdjsrr! eJ6tjor B2;rnl'.'U~ia gl~n~C:p.!.';:<;!lln h~rnt,u~a vtO:'t"lt_::'icc..:",,;:!l !3j::! ut~1.n:J..;;Jmo::",,(1 ii,jrn 5;~~~!(m1;) X;:"<2.~-:-cuJ t(J::-";.l~ Cb~:::).le ~lJ.;,nt S'J:de:nBIom !,]alay _!.\_l:.c:h S::-:;~H':: 1 u:'2.z:!.l ::~o~-'31::-.Gy.ry Lavc:nd'5:'I" Br.r.:-m '1:'.::i:l.id<:id (':t:lipPJ.f'.es Gingcr f'r:H;it.:i.c Is. .sh~1...;.qillg~~r CtJina.-JBDan MC'xic.~ 'll~l) (;,'I'i Jungle v(~ r':~.egg I:;~ ,::;: l 0';".: a s i a Kin';I: ~'1.::.me 'h:.r J.1_<ltn:-s>d ',J'5'. 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E. ,",:.: ,& \ '1 ~ ':.1 r~: i ' J:..fr: .":,::-! ;j~;o:.!.[j-" :i,,::c:tl;C'G -T;'J';'."E:.!"l l~rrll;,-nl:.r :~.";i'.m:;) 'I~r:---J Hr.; ! 1:.:', .-j.~ d '.J t., :_~:~ r. n:') c-' cli t.] flcr:'j.\ i'~::.: ::""; ~,7:. l.!T.'~';:-:c ':.:i:ij_:I-~',l" !~)n!~/I ;:":,l'::~11~.::' :;,-"I:...J.nl ):1':::; r '-', );.:~:::,' !- :;.1 .:' ;.;':: J", II ~:' ~ . .~,j. >':. ['''IT>:::-: Ll~, ~J: ':'!."'~..:'cl:J.t--::- 'l'=._:-t', '..;cl:.::'" Cr.ir'.:j (.cn t. /';';";";:-::. J;:d' :1 = ~ -:1, ['1,;,! t j ",rI:O .::.; }: :~" - \) ~i. r'~ >:" , ~i';k~~~t~t;G~ ~r~~~ C!u~i;:.;:~.,::'::; ?E1:~~ l?;~i'::'l r::p3. fi.':o:'-, N, ,,,'. i'(:~'xl,.n Kast:':: T"rj'_{~;1 F.i"j,.Trl ~.::.;:I~_.-:.i_ ld.irn /-",v..~:': ~'d~i ,'1 54 Agenda Item ~Jo, 8B Dl;tJihBr ZJ, 2007 DRAFlF€~\!B of 107 APPENDIX 3. DR. READ'S LIST OF PLANTS Lisl of)'lan1s iTom Qt."S! End for Caribbean Gardens: llromeUads: Acchmca bJunchctiam.\ Irlt~, 2.3' rul!, inl1ol', 4.5'; be:>t cd"r;n hrightest light '.'l.]Bm"il M,ehmca'l.il H"TV' hybrid l2-n"l~ bright light, hroken shade] l\echm~a Jichlmnydea [pit,. 2'lldl, inIlQ1'. T epiphyte] Trinidad Aechmea discmdia rplts. 2', inflm. 3-4'l3UI Emsj] Aeehmea clllmcrkhii [1'118, 2'. itttlol', 3.4'tall] ilH'ISil Acchmca "p<cudoemmcrichii [pits. 1.11/2' taU, fi,l! ,un to ligh! shadeJlnC'w sl'~cks] Aochmea ruocns lrK~ 2.3' tan. full sun to light ,bade] Acell/nea smilhiorum lplts. ell, 2.}' 1,,11, inDor. lmrdy exreeding Ivs" laVCflrkl'J ""'ehmc~ strobilina [pITs. ca. 2't311. "piphyl"] C.A.lll~r, r\ndrnkpis skinncri [pU" 3.5'1;111. hri,,"t lighl tn fiJll ',un] MC}:ko nmbcrgi~ ryrnm~d:)Jjs 'K)r010~ ditlo ahoVI::. nim")~,tgifi pyrumidwis tpits. ca. I ~ :al1. c,lt1st(~ring) pb-in green lvs. bright light light . shod"] Bra,; I I-]nh:,:nht."l'giJ i!lJsca. [plLs to 3- tall. i:Jf1nr. ~o 4'. bright Light to fu.ll slwl Bre,s;l r-lcoregdia cr.1mpaelrJ r~;.c'\o'.~~nd :..:h)nc:', ;\"'- 2' tll11. r:o L('ct11, flll! ~un "n ~;,had.;,:. ,:;.1.] Brasil >:eoregelia crucnhl l;;~'v-..::r~! t; i:Jnr.:.B J rr~~ 1 ~., l~J]I. tc~:h. full 5"cm. br~ghr light. s..l.l B.Ta.;..,jl l'ht;.:.limia Vi, {ndies Pnrtl<J kptH.iltlla IPhf:, :]-3. Hi'il~ 111fbr. In -+\ bright light (n hrnk~'n shade,J Hm~il C~u.~sndin a,vcllsis [pIts. 'CJll:TJping or r:piphYli(.::, I T' high j)lus.] Hra!,;jl QUL~a1tJja "':;,:-Jizahethii" l.:..:hmlP or \.~jljrhyLt:l f)ue,sm~1irt .'pSt'L1J'l"~(eSludD~. rr..:lurnp (11' c:piphylc:l Quc-sntlia quc-sDdl("lidcs [1.]rg:t.~ dllmp ur inmangr<"~.'('$. 2: p]u:; highJ Brasil Streptoc~lyx nmhiilora i.phs.. 3<)~ luH. fhll $Ul't. nt broken :o:bade~ on rocks. :S.t. j Rn.1.:;n 55 ,A,genda Item Na. 88 Or.tohnr 7.,3, 2007 DRAF1=>El~-Q,i of 107 Gtngcr~: Alpinia Ipl"in k,,[, terminal cr"c! InOor,] ling1l1.:rncCl1c 1\lpinia varkg1ltcd 1M! zemmbel] Co:.;tus fvariegated} Iledyehium gardnc'wnum KAHIL! (,fNGER India lingiber z.crl,lmbct 'd.ar"yi' l \'arir;:~~a!e~, dccidlJ\lu~~ red L.'OlK'-J ncii(::unia~: (Sc~ pi,s, lL> dig) Olher: A('~(JIYrh~ [green and )e!, fnrm] ,A.,gallIis robusru rig. trec( QITENSLA1{D KAI;RII'INE, Auslr~lia /\ raucadlJ C"JC Aloe harb;,dcn:si~ (.A. vcr~) [hrge c:lumpl 1\1editcliinean R~gion Lilja';;(::lt.~ fluddlcia rnadagascm iensis DUTTERFL Y BUSI] r.jadug",c;lr IAJbanlacea(:'! ('iJlopfryHUnl Ino.rh;i~lurn LAUREl \VOOD South AtllCrica ~,L '_,ul1ifcru(' c:,t"j" li:;lub (;lJl.DFN SHOWER C:horI~,ia spceltJsR SHO\\"{ n ,(JSS TRFF B(1!'l,b~tCilc.L:",~;;" C'~C'I"l~dC'ndrl1m p3r~iC'-:ilar:J,.n F'A{l() [) ~\ r;LU\~.'~;:R S.li, /\~ia \/ ::"Jh::"n~.c(.'J.(, {'kwdctlJtum LipL~i()~ii~;~irniJr:1 .r:1. V j\ GLCH~ Y BO\~/i'" R .I:n,.':1. ~'ltr(1ijcwirum [r:::d leaf] C'ienl{knJ.tlLnlllKllCLl~n Tl.f0I"-: fLC1\\,'ER iviab.y /)r~:lJjp~-:!;Jgo Ck"f/1(1r;,;'nonlm 1l1jn:lh~\s~~.:JI~ \1.<ib)' ...\;,(::~i~l(;'!;tg~~ (-'h:n:ldenJrurrr :;pj~~ndctl.'"i 'j'Hlplca[ /"'.i'I'jL~J [),c>,!-,','r"" VEl, V 1''1'....., F'.F'J.F ,~:):;:1(tlW:',:,L(;: Illbl;,(,,'\.l~ c:o..::e.i:)CLI C/\.I~DfNi'\[ fIfBlSCUS Ih\"Hll red :mJ white- -llol,\'c':'i?d j;Trm:.;! ,. . , : ,nm;)HlcL~rpw-; ~",( I \ac.\;~i~US 56 Agenda Item No. 8B D."tob~r ]3, 2007 DRt\li',pibkt,,:lii' of 107 P~lldanus tLlilis SCREW PINE Madagascar Pouk,i.'l CAN'lSTEL, bGO F]Wn' Rhoco spathacea [val'icgated] OYSTER PlA."lT 'frop, ,\ml'l'. Come linll.ceac Sltmyd" ro'1:3 "Mon Rcve R()~" fnN in cultivation any",dwrc cI,,, <l.' lar '" r know') .-. Haill l'bcourtiace"" Samanea SD..'11lm MONKEY l'OD 'Frop, Amer. LcgulllinoAAC l'allmrindus indiclls TAMARIND India l.eguminosae Red tubeflcrwer Plants 10 dig: Acacia pinetorum [native pIt] Florida IxgumrnOSfJC AcaIy'pha hispida CHENILLE PLi\NT MaJll)'a ArchipeJngo fjupl!orbial:Cac Adcnfl"llk'ra p,wonina FALSE SAJ\DAI. V,.'OOD India l_cg.timinosee H....Jkoniar:-::tWKXlfurH L''l,'. 'Aj1{lrnmtda~ Pi\RROT"S rLO\"VER Tmpjc.al/\meric-E: Gllyaru~~, rlt:Jk.onlucl,;"a<~ HCl1COl'j~;l [,)ris.rmha Vf1f. J\1e-xico to S. l\n-~er. Hclieoni::l bIisputha Val'. 'Red-"\{el]ow rviexico to S. /\mer. 110::.: [iCi..)Ilja rOSlr;.'LL~1 Arnill..(rnbrJ Pl"t'H. ECW1,Jl)f li;:.::liconia nl~?1nll.ij '.juhusta" ~:'U[tl LG's \h:slichod"n,h"l ro(:ti<li3sirn::rn MASTIC [n:llive pl!.l Fl()['Jda SajJ')t'i..~.;::['a~ 1'"d];,,< "4"llti~" \i!i\'ITR C]-[['SlNlIT Mexie,).. South Amcric.'l B<mlOnC;tCt:a(: 1'''rlTlcl1ti,'ra c'.'wiicm (.:..\:--'111.1' FRtirl TREE H[~:.noui,lC".;;,':1\.': Cnldoscn=us (;hayanmn.:~:J elL.!!.", \' A ;,\l:;xrcLl F ~trhorbi~~(.:t~;:.~ ('''lUllSwl"s sp SPI!\ACH TRH' 57 Agenda Item No. 8B October 23 2007 DRAJ'l1'g4.-2;J}jt 107 APPENDIX 4. NOTES FROM INTERVIEW AND TOUR OF THE NAPLES ZOO PARCEL WITH DR. JAN ABERNATHIE, NOVEMBER 7, 2006. Dr, Abemathie started 'working for tbe C<lribbean Gardens in 1956. Off lhc cuff he speculates that ~ehr1ing planted several fig trees, al least 2 ~crew piIl~S (oIle of which is seen in a picture of Nehrling that Dr. A has seen before), a row of counciltrces (ficus altisima), and some pandaJlus (not IItiles) white rim. On the southern boundary of the Naplcs Zt10 parc.c1 there are a handful of structure that may be original to or delinit~ly predate the op~niIlg of Junglc Larry's, Among these are the "snake house," a wooden cottage/home, and a pole harn. Dr. A belicves that the barn was huilt by Fleishmann. The house was moved from a spot in front of where thc entrance to the zoo is today and is now the snake house, The .'VlortOll Bay fig lree in the middle of the parking lot tel the north of the pond wc're probably planted by Ncluling. Two other fig trees v"ere planted by Kehrling, one at the Edison Home in 1"1. ]vlycrs (whicJl has bccn removed). Dr. A thinks lhat Nehrling's propcrty line probably exrcnds bcyond the zoo's norihern boundary fence. This ,ection of the zoo parcd is vegetated in pine fhtwoods and exotics, Dr, A says that li3 of the slU'l'iving Nehrling trees wcre prob3bJy losr during hUIT'bmes, Dr, A remcmbers a BislT1ar~k Palm planted along the extrcmc northwest bordcr of the zoo properly, 11(1\\' lost StHl1e CIll111110n bamboo l.!Jaml",s" ",ligan,,) possibly planted by Nduling is Jocaled near tile original Calibhean Gardens entranc.e. The Poinciana Il'ec planted lKxtto pl3vgmul1d \Vas !lot planted by:"klu'jjng, Dr. /\ pointed OUl a smaJJ area that "docs not Ivant to grow nny1bing" ncar the lion (',) enc]osure/pb..Yb~\lUIhl. He susrt.':d~ SOJll~ s.ort ~lfchenljcaI pcslicide ~pill. Dr. A also says that tJle ~"1O' S northern boundary road j(,[I<".l's thc "old path." Dr, A SD)'S that the parcel was probably vegclared in lil'e oak and slash pll1C during l\ehrling's timc, Dr. A ulso says th,n Nehrling w:!s the one to introduce rhc "air potato." The row ]::<>yal Palms were "mostly plnnted" by J,l'leischmann, 58 Agenda Item I~o. 88 DR.~W);~iJi~~i Dr. A says that ther~ was a Phoenix reelinata rcmoved by the AJncan wild dog cnclosme hecause of the "very dangerous" large spines that gro\,v on the stems thaI was probably plalltcd by Nchrling. The Ycllow bamboo was supposedly introduce by Nehrling but Dr. A has not been able to fmdit. Dr. A would not characterize that parcel as a formal garden, but rather a laboratory. He says that the only thing that has a "definitc purpose" to it appears to be the Royal PalmlFig tree entrance. Picture Lo!! P-I Pandanus white rim, locatcd oppositc boat dock. p.;! Sausage tree, KIgelia plnnata - I;;-;;ated by the bathroom building at the northeaSt" corner of the lake. Dr. A believes that Ule sausage tree might represent the eastern end ofNehrlinl!' s plan Lings. , P-3 i Ficu,~ vogelii, located west of the bathroom building. , : P-4 P-5 P-6 P.7 P-8 P-9 polO P-ll I Vie\v of area cast of the Duiker enclosure where Dr. A believes the pilings for Nehrling's ~hade hlluse lln~c were, View west at several exlanltrec, in the northw~st part of tbe parcel. next t<) lion enclosure. Two royal pahm~lE,;j~'e'd by ng tree making up the possible entrance 10 Nehrling's house. Dr, A says that there is ,omclhing strangc about the two palms; he believes that they are di ITerent from lypical Royal Palms bm doesn't: .~.'?\\'..tl2~E)ecies, Poisonous vine planted by 1 Flicshmmm along zoo's nonhero lx'rder road. View at area in the northwest part of the parcel where asmalfhouse was located in pinewoods to the north of the zoo's boundary fence. Views of original entrance/gift shop llsed bd~'reti';e-;;onstrucli~;~--;Xihe presenl- entrance to the zoo, Probably built in1956 aDd ]1[>W used us storage, P-12 .View of small outhouse localed next 10 OliginaJ enlran'-'~/gin shop_ also used for storage _ ,..~....o"._.._._.,...~~".~_ P-l3 Views two trees (Ficus microphyllus) that )lchrling probably planted. The P-14 state champion Padauk tree is a plemcarplls Indicus, later fouud to have been polS mislabclcd. (\Vhere the rcd ear is in the photo. a concrete block house O!lee stood,) P-16 Large fIg (lVlorlon Bay / Ficw. macroph,;'lla) rnjthe -;;Jgc..;',i'thepark:1tlg lot north :!~,lh".!J~~ld:P.r:J',.s."X"":'.",!2!,S"t..;:"rt~~i 111 La..:~_ehrl ~n g I ree. ., 59 Agenda Item !\Jo. 88 n 9~JMher 2.3~007 DlV\..Pb~,:;',4Jaf 107 --- P-17 Large ficus located east of the trces on the edge of the parking lot and facing tile 1---- l~~.lpro() enclosure. P-HI African fig trec (deciduous). Dr. A believes that lhis tree ll1ay represent the sOllthcrn boundary ofNdu'ling's planlings. P-19 Clump of bamboo possibly planted by Nehrling next to tiger enclosure -'^,_.._-_....- .--.- P-20 Old Chinese fan palm (llvislonia chiem!y), Dr. A "c-an'! prove" that it v~;a'i plantcd by Nchrling but he suspects that it might have been, I P-2l Unid.mlfiiablc trcc similar to a Silk Cottonwood. possi b 1 Y a ~'Cchia" located , i opposite the panther enclosurc. Probably a NcllJ'ling tree. Dr. A says. I P-22 Another view of the flanking palms and figs that Dr, A notes would have been smallcr at the time, ~._-- -- P-23 Small red cedar, very possibly a NdlJ'ling tree, near Afiican wild dog enclosurc, Dr. A reported that a larger one had been taken out. _h_.__ Dr. A. says ther~ is an old photo of No:hrling wi th P-Z4 Pandanus west of swamp area. this tree. located behind him, m....__.... ,.- P-25 Old C:u:ibbean Gardens sib'll, -,_.. ~- --. P-26 AnDlher elllmp "l"Traveler's Palm. possibly planted hy l'\ehrling near the ccn'al cage. --- ~~--- P-27 Teak tr~e 1101 plankd by Nchrling, ----'.-- "Monh'y Puzzk" tree Ural/carla) no1 pbllted hy J'\'ehrlil1g ------ P-28 _._..._~.."~_. .._---.. .- P.29 Extremely Did S:lI-\' palmetto, (Smithsonian ~;;ljmatcs it TO be 700 - 1 ::00 yes C.lLI.) 1:30- i--.-~ Kil1g Palm, l'rubab!y ],(dlrling, located near row of noyal Palms. II has a different leaf slmcl11re from thc ROYal P~jl1lS and is probably from S_ Alllcrica, ! P-31 Small palms (Thrinw:) - t\VO () f several near plllygrouud ~i.r(:a~ SOlllC of which I were felled during hurricanes. - -"-- P-32 i Another two J7l1'il1a:x palms. opposite the tiger ~nd""ure. ; P-33 , View 01' the PDle Barn on the southern hlnmdHry (If ZOD parc~1. I P.34 View of housc that was relocated by 1956 to present location. Dr, A r~ports (hat Cule Piper used to live Iherc_ 60 [OI"-l"- roOD ,~ a I::~N ~Q) 2<1lQ) -.00) rooro -guD... Q)O 0) <( r -,., E J ] t ,., j ~ .j, ~. " > . ~ ~ -- o 0' ~& ,', v;-) om ;:'c 5:>< ~ " ....,"'- -~ ] ~ m2 ~] 2::ol' L, ~ ~ ~ :3 ~ ~ ~ o . o ~ o o I '''' 5 ~~ ,:' ~ 'O~ OJ "8.:f' " " .-" ~~ " c , , , " j , J , ~ j 1.--:- '-!! uS g. > ~ 8 '-~ ~ , .j c " .fj , ICe; ~ ""''''"0 ~fri o u -3: ~ "Cl> .f;; C . ~ o ~ 0; '" ..c g.g "' : ~ ~,~ c-';::'" ",n, ." :il,,"'co1: D. 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'" . .*~ .. ~I': .. ~ ~ , , ~ , J- lL. ~ a ::>~ r.', ~;I 1 ~ "tJ l t.', , ~,~ Park/Zoo/MUD Access Road Agenda Item No. 8B October 23, 2007 Page 94 of 107 , -' . \ 50 I 100 I 200 Feet J I o I CD"-"- 10000 o~ 00.1,,- Z .0 '" EN~ 12CiiQJ -.oOl rooro -o~D- c'" ~ a>O OJ .... I~ '" - '" ~ ,::i .... 1 3 ] .... 0 1 IS 0 .~ - 8 1 ~ 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I I 48 I ~z t ~ " ~ ~". -', < E ~ ~ .;; " ~ ]' .EI " " ,., ~ q 0. " ~ ~ ~ " .~ -;: ~ . Z ~ . ~ ." .,. i '" '" ~ g >, ~ '" ~ .; " r= E ~ GI "ii-;u: ~ ~ r-- .... :::l ~ == r: oe "" ""' t- ':? ~i Ii II @@~~ " S; .;: ~~ ~ ~ , .~] " L - :z. ~ .. ~ >. ." '.. ~. " ',: ] :.;; - ~ - ~ .. '" .. " " - " .. ."" ~ -~ " 1J -. ;;: '" ~ , " (3) (ID@<l)(3, ~ ,~I ~J .~c ~ ;~ ~ -2i' ..:.: ::i .~' 'i- 'i; :z ~ ,', ? - -' !:fJ f1 " o " ~ ., ,- ~ ,0 .":: 2 ~ .' Ii 1:;"- @@@cfJ ~ ~~~ CD 1'-1'- CODD ,,_0"- "J_ .0 '", :...;:,'JQ) .S!la>m -.0 Q') mom -O-D- eW QJO Q') <( ! , . " .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ~ I; .......,,~ I Zr....., .... .... .... .... .... .... .....-------- <l: ~ ~ ffi il z o w- !::!;( ",0 9 a.. <( ~ (9 Z Z o N ~ ~ '" u. ::;; a: 5 i () ~ ~ ; ~ I <l: I r ~ ! '" , . i ., () 0 i '" --- N ~.~"O 0V0l:I1IN't'W-~ '" '\; il ~ ~~ ~ ~~ ;~ h i~ ri: <( d \\ ~ . ~ , 8 , .... 0 0 N ~~~ ! I:- n - :I: .. Z q =.~ 0 It-;UV.l.lRlaJ.HI U - I !I _~31_NMOKl ~ 'j ~ . I KM'1 (MMY31.J~ &L.ilOBl ==, ill ~ ~!' ls " UJ i II ~! . !i 0.. I _~M a.. 1- , Ii . i~ <( i ~ >-z 00 w- '1<' 00 Z ~!, ~I ~l b:9 ! - I ~i' 0 II - " ~: III , i i~ I- !\ , ~i <( I () 0 " "9 II [l8lIll~ --""""'" " -I . , I' (~tTt1l '"1Wl-_.l ow ~... .~ . ~~ i,K. " V .'\Jenda Item No. 8B ~ October 23, 2007 Page 97 of 107 COLLIER COUNTY APPLICATION FOR HISTORIC DESIGNA nON (This is a petition to designate a Site, District, Structure, Building, or Property as historically significant Pursuant to Section 2,03,07,E of the Collier County Land Development Code) PETITION NO. DATE PETlTION RECEIVED: PRINCIPAL PLANNER: (ABOVE TO BE FILLED IN BY STAFF) --------------------------------------_.__.-..~---._.---.------- ------- . -------- -.- ----------------------------------------. ------------------------ OWNER'S NAME: Collier County Board of County Commissioners OWNER'S ADDRESS: 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112 CONTACT: Marla Ramsey, Public Services Administrator TELEPHONE: 239-774-8468 PETITIONERS NAME: (if different from owner) same as above PETITIONERS' ADDRESS: Same as above TELEPHONE: same as above LEGAL DESCRlPTION OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: aUached SECTION 27 TWP, 49 RANGE 25 CURRENT ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: C-3 lInd A EXISTING LAND USE OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: Please provide a brief description of the existing and historical land use and structures on the subject sire and reference the attached designation criteria where applicable, (Attach additional page if necessary) Paraphrasing from "A Cultural Landscape Assessment of lhe Nehrling Portion of the Naples Zoo Property, Collier County, Florida," by Can, ct. a!.: Presently the 13.35-aere Nehrling parcel is part of a zoological pa,'k in a well-maintained botanical seUing. The Nehrling parccl includes four buildings associated with Julins Fleischmann's Caribbean Gardens, eight animal enclosures, and asphalt path s~'stem, two playgl'Onnd areas, oue restroom facility, two dug ponds, two or more spoil islands in one of the ]londs, one or more gravel parking areas~ etc. The site existed in a natural, undisturbed stale until it was IlUrehased by pioneer hortieulturalist Henry Nehrling in 1921. NehrUng cleared parts of the land and established a nursery and garden. The residence and slat house he budt do not exist on site todny. Agenda Item No, 8B October 23< 2007 Page 98 of 107 The area lay dormant from Nehrling's death iu 1929 until it and surrouuding land was plII'chased by Julius Fleischmann in 1951. Fleischmann cxpandcd npon Nchrling's plan to crcate a botanical attraction and opened Caribbean Gardens in 1954. Caribbeau Gardens continued to operate as a botanical Garden until in 1968 death of ,Julius Fleischmann. In 1969 the Fleischmann estate leased the property to Lawrence and Nancy .Iane Tetzlaff, who from 1969 to 2005 opcratcd a zoological attraction. In 2005 a County referendum approved the purchase of the Nehrling parcel and over 100 acres of surrounding propeliy from the Flcisehmann estate, and the County leased 45 acres to the newly formed nonprofit organization, Naples Zoo. ADJACENT ZONING AND LAND USE: (Provide brief descriptions of the surrounding land use and zoning designations,) Surrounding land uses include undeveloped natural land zoned Agricultural (A) to the east, commercial uses zoned Commercial (C-l, C-2, C-3 and C-4) to the north and west. The commercial IIses include a bank, convenience store, a car wash and a shopping mall and strip shopping. A portion of tand to the north zoned RMF-6 has recently been purchased by a developer and plans for it include mixed use development. To the south of the Zoo is the Conservancy, zoned Conservation (C) followed by developed Residential Mutti-Family (RMF-6) uses. DESIGNATION CRITERIA: From "A Cultural Landscalle Assessment of the Nehrling Portion of the Naples Zoo Property, Collier County, Florida," by Carr, ct, al.: The Nehrling parcel is not eligible for listing in thee Nntional Register 0 Historic Places as a culturnllandscape, although the Fleischmann gatehouse/gift shop structure locatcd within it is individually eligible. However, the Nehrling parcel docs qualify for desiguation as an historically and archacologically significant site in accordance with thc Collier County Land development Code, Section 2.03.07 E, based on the following characteristics/criteria in the Code: L Association with distinctive elements of the cullnral, social, ethnic, political, economic, scientific, J'eligious, prehistoric and architectural history that have contributed to the pattern of history in the community, Collier County, thc state 01' the nation. The parcel is the location of pioneering hOliiculturalist and landscape architect, Henry Nchrling's tropical nursery and plant introdnctory station which operated fmm 1921 to 1929. The pal'cel represents a distinctive scientific contribution to Collier County and the Statc of Florida. 2. Association with the lives of persons significant in history. Henry Nehrling was nn important pcrson who contributed to our knowledge of botany, and horticulture on a local, State, and national level. 3. Embodiment of the distinctive characteristics of a type, pcriod, method 01' matcrials of constrnction, 01' thnt possess high artistic values, quality of design and craftsmanship, of that represent an individual architect or builder's prominence or contribution to thc de\'elopment of Collier County, Florida. 2 Agenda Item No. 8B October 23, 2007 Page 99 of 107 The subject parcel encompasses remnants of Nehrling's original gardens and Fleischmann's Cal'ibbean Gardens. The gatehouse/gift shop building for the Caribbean Gardens was huilt iu 1954, and represents an important example of a Collier County tourist attraction with distinctive architectural design. 6. Have yielded or arc likely to yield information on local history or prehistory. The Nehrling parcel encompasses archaeological evidence of an important historic site, the Nehrling slat house (8CR975), and possible the Nehrling homestead (8CR974). The Designation of Historical/Archaeological Sites, Structures, Districts, Buildings and Properties as "Historically Significant" is authorized by Section 2,03,07,E of the Collier County Land Development Code (LDC), The recommendation of the Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board and the decision of the Boal'd of County Commissioners will be based on the bclow listed cl'itcria, Providcd a detailed I'esponse, including any documentation 01' other I'esources, to each of the criteria, which is applicable to this petition, For consideration by the Board of Connly Commissioners, the petition need only meet one of the required criteria, However, a detailed response should be pl'Ovided to any ofthe criteria, which appcar relevant. I, Association with distinctive clements of the cultural, social, ethnic, political, economic, scientific, religious, pl'ehistoric and al'chitectural history that have contributcd to the pattern of history in thc community, Collicr County, the statc or the nation; or 2, Association with thc livcs of pcrsons significant in history; or 3, Embodimcnt of the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, method 01' materials of construction, or that possess high artistic valucs, quality of design and craftsmanship, of that represent an individual architect 01' builder's prominence or contl'ihution to thc development of Collier County, Florida; 01' 4. Location of historic or pl'chistorjc activities sw.:h as habitation, religious, ceremonial, burial, fortification, etc. during a Pllliicular period to timc, and may maintain a sumcicnt dcgrce of environmental integrity to reflect some aspect of the relationship of the site's original occupants to the environment; or 5, An historic 01' prchistoric sitc which has becn scvcrely disturbed but which may still allow useful and repro,entative data to be recovered; or 6, Have yielded or are likely to yield information on local history 01' prehistory; or 7, Derive their primary significance from architectural or a1iistic distinction of historical imp0l1ance; 01' 8, Is the birthplace or-grave of an historical figure or i, a cemetery which derives its primary significance from graves of persons of transcendent importance, il'om age, distinctive design features, or from association with historic events; or 9, A building or structure removed from its location which is primm'ily .significant for architectural value, or is thc surviving structurc most impoltantly a,soelated with an historic period, pen.;un or event; 01' 3 .f Agenda Item No, 8B October 23, 2007 Page 100 of 107 10. A pl'Opelty primarily commemorative in intent if design, age, tradition or symbolic value has invested it with its own historical significance; or 11. Are listed in the National Register 01' Histol'ic Places. OWNER'S SIGNATURE DATE PETITIONER'S SIGNATURE (If different from owner) DATE 4 Agenda Item No. 8B October 23. 2007 Page 101 of 107 RIlSOLlJTION NO. 117 A RESOLUTION OF TIm BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONIlRS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, DESIGNATING A 13.35 ACRE PORTION OF THE PROPERTY WITHIN THE NAPLES ZOO, COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS TIlE "NEHRLING PARCIlL", MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIllED HEREIN, AS A H1STOIUCALLY SIGNIFICANT SITE PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 1991-70, THIl "IIISTORICIARCIIAIlOLOGICAL PRESERVATION ORDINANCE." WHEREAS, on August 7. 199t, the Board of County Commissioners (Board), adopted OrdinD.llce 1991-70, the "lIistorlc/Archaeologica! Preservation Ordinance," which sets fmill the criteria and process by which Collier County's historic and archaeological siles, districts, structures, buildings, and propcI1ies may be preserved through tbe designation of "historically significant;" flnd WHEREAS, Marla Ramsey, Public Service Administrator, 011 behnjf of the owner of the subject parcel, Collier County. filed an Applic8(ioll requesting that the Board designate the property. cOIIununly known as the "Nchl'ling pan:cl", located within the Naples Zoo, as historically signific<lIlt; and WHEREAS, the Collier Cuunty Hi~tUJi(; & An..:beologica! Preservation Board has reviewed and considered the Nchrling Parcel ul a public meeting held for that purpose and, finding that the design<ltion criteria contained in Sectioll Eight of Ordinance No, 1991-70, as amended, huve beellmet, recommended that the. Board officially designate the Nchrling Parcel as u historic~i1ly significnllt site, subject to the conditions set forth in Exhibit "A". NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OJ' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: 1. in recognition of its signific[lllCe ill the historical heritage of Collier County and South Florida, the properly commonl)' known as lh<; Nehrling Parcel. located within the Naples Zoo, and morc particularly dc,c"cribcu a3: Lot 5 of Naples Improvement Company's Little Fan11S, in Section 27, Township 495, Range 25E, located Collier County, is hereby designated as a histor-icEdl)' 5iguificant site pursuant to Ordinance No. 1991-70, as amended, fur the reasons set 1'01th in the Applicntion. subject to the conditions set fOlth in Exhibit "A", 2, The Nehrling Parcel shall hereafter he suhject to the regulations of the Collier County llistoriclArclweologic.a1 Preservation Ordinance as they pCrLain to bistorically desigruHcd property, including all applicable incentives and rCs,lllctioIlS, Page 1 01'2 Agenda Item No. 8B October 23, 2007 Page 102 of 107 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shan be recorded in the Public Records of Collier County, FIOlida. TI1IS RESOLUTION ADOPTED after motion, second, and majOlily vote favoring same, tbis _ day of __n_' 2007, ATTEST: DViIGHT E, BROCK, Clerk BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: By: , Deputy Clerk JAMES COLETTA, Chairman Jof[r Man Page 20[2 Agenda Item No. 88 October 23. 2007 Page 103 of 107 RECOMMENDA nON: Staff recommends that the BCC approve petition HD-2007-AR-1J828 designating the subject 13.35", acre site as historically significant subject to the recommcndations made by the Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board which are as follows: I, Existing historic specimen plants be fully inventoried and mapped by GIS coordinates. These plants should be maintained and interpreted at the zoo, This is already the case, in part. But consideration should be given to creating a more detailed botanical trail incorporating the existing trail system, wherein the Nehrling features are fully interpreted, by using distinctive Nehrling signage and a walking trail brochure. The brochure should include a map indicating the location of historic Nehrling features, such as the house and slathouse sites. An attempt should be made to credit the individual who introduced each specimen on the rcviscd plant signage, 2, Any proposed clearing and redevelopment of the Zoo in the vicinity of the Nehrling House Site (8CR974), and Slathouse (8CR975), should be subject to monitoring by an archaeologist and, in the case of the slathouse, additional archaeological testing should be conducted, 3. The Caribbean Gardens Gatehouse and Gift Shop (8CR972) is a significant historic structure and should be prcserved. It is recommended that its buildings be restored and it used in its existing location as a Nchrling Museum - a focal point for the interpretation of the Nehrling and Fleischmmm lcgacics and thc history of Florida landscaping. 4, If prescrvation of this historic building complex in its original location is not feasible thcn it should be relocated and restored. In this last resOlt, the structure(s) should be moved to a location as elose as possiblc to the original site while maintaining their original spatial relations as much ~s possible, One option would be to move the structure(s) to a parcel on thc nOlth side of the Naples Zoo. Considcration should be givcn to pmtnering with local ]Jot-for-profit botanical or plant societies to implcment and stafTthe Nehrling muselm and botanical ccntcr. 5, Finally, it is recommcndcd that an additional cultural resource study be conductcd if during the reclevelopment of the Naples Zoo Prope11y more artifacts or structures are fonnd on site of Naples Zoo propelty," Exhibi t A HD-2007-AR-11828 Naples Zoo Agenda item No. 8B October 23, 2007 Page 104 of 107 From: mehrling@comcast.net Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 7:35 PM To: bellowsJ; townsendamanda; ZoneMelissa Cc: archlgc1@bellsouth.net Subject: Board Meeting Dear Mr. Bellows, I would be very grateful if you could share this email with your board members tomorrow, Dear Collier County Historic Preservation Board Members & Citizens- I would like to express my sincere appreciation to you all for your time and interest in my great grandfathers old gardens he called H. Nehrling's Tropical Gardens and Arboretum, [received the report prepared by Mr. Carr and associates and I applaud your board for spending the time and funding to gather the facts about the old gardens, My great-grandfathers two gardens and his story to bring into the United States new and then rare species of plants, trees, shrubs and vines had been more or less completely forgotten until recently. Today there is renewed interest in his life, work and writings which tell a wonderful story of his adventure in his two Florida gardens. His other Florida gardcn known as Palm Cottage Gardens is now listed with National Register of Histroric Places as a state signilicant landmark. Only 5,9 acres remain of his once 40 acre garden in Gotha, A non-prolit society was formed back in 1999 and today we are known as the Henry Nehrling Society and we have over 200 members across the state. The society was formed to protect and preserve the garden in Gotha and to that cnd we have received support from gardening clubs, plant societies from across the nation and from state officials including Mel Matiinez. Senator Maliinez visited the Gotha gardens in 2001 and staIied the eff()]i to preserve them before leaving f()r Washington. I would like to add my suppoIi lor the historic designation ofthe Nehrling gardens in Naples which is the core of the history there, the zoo does not exist ifnot for the original gardens that attracted Mr. Fleischmann attention so many years ago. Local Naples resident David Driapsa has spent over a decade researching Nehrling gardens in Naples and I know he can bring Henry Nehrlings story and work into full view for your board. Thank you all again, I know with some careful planning the gardens & zoo can co-exist for future generations to enjoy and leam from. Sincerely, Richard Nehrling Agenda Item No. 8B October 23, 2007 Page 105 of 107 Ponte Vedra Beach, FI (904)710-2542 rnehrling@comcast.nct Agenda Item No. 8B October 23,2007 Page 106 of 107 The Caribbean Gardens Gatehouse/Gift Shop (8CR972) 1 Agenda item No. 8B October 23. 2007 Page 107 of1 07 2 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: COLLIER COUNTY BOA RO OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 8C 1 ae;CO 1 Vi 1 Agenda Item No. 8e October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 1 This item to be continued to the November 13, 2007 BeC meeting due to meeting the advertising de,ldline Recornmendalion that the Board of County Commissioners adopt an Ordiance repealing Ordin<1I1Ce No 2004-58 relating to Establishing A Property Maintenance Code For The Unincorporaled Area Of Collier County, Florida; Providing A Title; Providing For Purpose And Scope: Pr'oviding For General Provisions; Providing Definitions; Providing For Rules Of Cnnstrl.lclion; ProViding For Compliance With Housing Standards; Providing For Rental Registration Requirernenls And Procedures; Designating The Housing Official Powers And Duties; Providing For Inspection Of Structures And Premises; Providing For Notice Of Violation ProcedLlres; f'}raviding A Method For Designating Hazardous Buildings: Providing For Standards r'or Tlw Repair Or Demolition Of Hazardous Buildings By The County; Providing For 1he AssessPlent Of Costs Of Repair Or Demolition To Be Assessed To The Owner When Abatement Executed By The County; Providing For The Vacation Of Hazardous Buildings: Providing The Responsibility For Property Maintenance; Providing The Responsibilitie~', Of Owners Of Nonresidential Structures, Vacant Buildings. Vacant Structures. And Vacant Or Unimproved LoIs: Requiring A Certificate For A Boarded Building; Providing For Nuisances; Providing Standards For Securing Building; Providing For Exceptions To Boarding Rf:quirenlents: Providing For Costs Incurred By The County And Assessment Of A Lien: Providing For A Notice Of Hearing For Revocation Of Boarding Renewal Certificate; Providing For Penalties; Providing For Libera! Construction: Providing For Inclusion In The Code Of Laws And Ordinances; Providing For Conflict And Severability: And Effective Date 10f23f2007 9:0U:OO AM l)rCllared By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development & Environmental Snrvices Community Development & Environmental Services A(lminstriltor Community Development & Environmental Sefvices Admin. Date 10112/200711:41:34 AM Approved By Judy Puig Communit.y Development & Environmelltal Sefvic\~s Operations Analyst. Community Development. & Environmental Servk% AlimitL Date 10/12/2007 12:36 PM A'Jll)"oved By Marlene St\~wart Community Development & Environme'ltal Services EXQcutivc Secretary Community De\/eloptllent &. Environmental Services Admin. Date 10/12/200712:39 PM Approved By Joseph K. Schmitt Community Development & Environmental Services Community Developnwnt & EnvironmelltalServices Adminstratof Community Development & Environmental Services Admin. Date 10/12J2007 12:48 PM Apll!"Oved By James V. Mudd .~ Board of County Commissioners 10116/20077:25 PM County Manager County Manager's Office Date Agenda Item No. 80 October 23. 2007 Page 1 of 5 Executive Summary Approve an Ordinance amending the provisions of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances, Chapter 98, Parks and Recreation, also known as Ordinance No. 76-48, as amended, pertaining to park use; providing for additional definitions in Article HI, Section 98-57; and adding an exception to Section 98-58, Prohibited Acts. (Fiscal Impact: None) OBJECTIVE: That the Board approve Ordinance amending the provisions in Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinance, Chaptcr 98, also known as Ordinance No. 76-48 pertaining to park usc; providing for additional definitions in Article III, Section 98-57;and adding an exception to Section 98-58, Prohibitcd Acts. CONSIDERA TIONS: The Rcgistry Resort was sold and the current concession agrcement between the Registry Resort and Collier County needs to be updated with the new owner of the property, Lel-lill Partners, LLC (hereafter "Naples Grande"). Thc ncw owner, Naples Grande, wishes to enter into a ] O-year lease with renewal options for the beach facility at Clam Pass Park. Naples Grandc wishes to provide up to Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) in capital improvements to the beach facilities at Clam Pass Park, As part of the operation of the beach facilities, Naples Grande would like to scrve alcoholic beverages at the beach facilities at Clam Pass Park. Current Collier County Ordinance prohibits the carrying, possession of drinking of any alcoho lic beverage in any park with the exception of the Golden Gate Community Center. This existing exception allows the possession and consumption, as well as the sale of alcoholic beverages at the Golden Gate Community Center. This amendment would provide an additional limited exception to the prohibition against carrying, posscssion or drinking of any alcoholic beverage in any public park. FISCAL IMPACT: The County will gain revenue from a pcrcentage of sales at the beach facilities. Naplcs Grande will provide up to Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200.000) in capital improvements to the beach facilities, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: None, LEGAL CONSIDERATION: The proposed ordinance was drailed by the Ollice of the County Attorney and approved for legal sufficiency. RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board of County Commissioners approve an ordinance amending the provisions ofCoJlier County Code of Laws and Ordinances, Chapter 98, Parks and Recrcation, also known as Ordinance No, 76-48, as amended, to providc for additional definitions and adding an cxception to the prohibition against calTying. possession or drinking of any alcoholic beverage in any public park, PREPARED BY: Robcrt N, Zachary, Assistant County Attorney. Office of the Coonty Attorney ORDINANCE NO. 2007 -_ AN ORDINANCE OF THE COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AMENDING PROVISIONS OF THE COLLIER COUNTY CODE OF LAWS AND ORDINANCES, (CODE OF LAWS) CHAPTER 98, PARKS A:\'D RECREATION, ALSO KNOWN AS ORDINA:"ltE NO. 76-48, AS AMENDED, PERTAINING TO PARK USE; PROVIDING FOR ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS IN ARTICLE III, SECTION 98-57; ADDING AN EXCEPTION TO SECTION 98-58, PROHIBITED ACTS; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT AND SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE OF LA WS AND ORDINANCES OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Agenda Item No. 0 October 23. 2 07 Page 2 f 5 WHEREAS, the Registry Resort was sold and the current concession agreement between the Registry Resort and Collier County needs to be updated with !.he new owner of the property, LeHill Partners, LLC (hereafter "Naples Grande"); and WHEREAS, the new owner, Naples Grande, wishes to enter into 1.1 ten (10) year lease wjt~ renewal options for the beach facility at Clam Pass Park; and WHEREAS, Naples Grande wishes to provide up to Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) in capital improvements to the heach facilities at Clam Pass Park; and WHEREAS, as the part of the operation of the heach facilities. Naples Grande would like to serve alcoholic beverages, at the heach facilities at Clam Pass. Park: and WHEREAS, current Collier County Ordinance prohihits the carrying, possession of drinking of any alcoholic beverage in any pi.lrk with the exception of the Golden Gate Community Center; and 'WHEREAS, this existing exception allows the possession and consumption, as well <1$ the sale of alcoholic beverages at Lhe Guiden GCltc Community Center; and WHEREAS, this amendment would provide an additional limited exception to the prohibition against carrying, possession or drinking of any alcoholic beverage in any public park. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAlI'iED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA that: SECTION ONE: DEFINITIONS. OTdinancc No. 76-48, as amended, also known as Section 98-57(b), Collier County Code of Luws and Ordinances is hereby amended to add the followmg dcfmllions: ill Denartment means the Collier Countv Parks and Recreation Denanment. Words st;rHn!. l.AreHgR arc deleted; words underlined are added. Aoenda !tem Nc 80 " October 23, :' 107 Page 3 f 5 ffi Director means the director of the Colljer Count v Parks and Recreation Deoartmcnt. SECTION TWO: Ordinance No. 76-48, :JS amended, also known as Chapter 98, Article Ill, Section 98-58, Collier County ,Code of LaV.iS and Ordinances is hereby amended to add the following: Section l,I8-58 Prohibited Acts: (10) Carry, possess, or dlink any akoholic heverage in any park except as provided in the exemption set forth in subsection (b) of this section or excent at such times and in su<..:h manner as then not orohibited bv Jaw and to the extent exnresslY authorized in advance and in writin2 hv permit issued hv the director of the Deoartment in strict adherence with Dolicv nile!' of the Department aporoved hv resolution of the Board of County Commissioners. SECTION THREE: CO]\,I'L1CT AND SEVERABILITY. In the event this Ordinance conflicts with any ordinance of an applicable Municipal Corporation or of Collier County, or with any superseding statutory provisIOn, the more restrictive shall apply. If any phrase or portion of this Ordinance is held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, slIeh portion shall be deemed a sepw.ale, distinct, and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion. SECTION FOUR; I,",CLUSION INTO THE CODE OF LA WS A"" ORDNANCES. The pro\'ision of this Ordinance shall become and be made (] pal1 of the Code of Laws and Ordinances of Collier County, Flonda. Provisions of this Ordin..lllce lTIHY be renumhered or relettered to accomplish same. including the word "ordinance" may be ch<..mged \0 "section", "subsection", "mtide", Dr other appropnatc word. SECTI01\' FIVE: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordin<lncc shall lake effect upon filing \vith the Florida Department of Slate. PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED hy the Board of County Comnussioncrs of Collier County, Florida. this duyof .2007. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk BOARD or COUNTY CO:v!MlSSIONERS OF COI,L1ER C01 '''11'1', FLORIDA By: By: ,Deputy Clerk JAMES COLETTA, Chairman 2 Word" stru~l~ threl:l.;J:l are deleted; word. underlined are added. Approved as to form and Legal sufficiency: ~~~ R bert N, aChary Assist.ant County Attorney CP'107_PKR_OOI00\0rd\Naplcstirande Words stRicli tAfAl::lgJ:i are deleted; words underlined are added. 3 Agenda Item No. D October 23, 2 07 Page 4 f 5 Page I 01 1 A~Jenda Item I'JO, gO OctolHH 23, 2007 Pdge 5 of 5 COLLIER COUNTY BOARU UF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: !HJ Item Summary: /\ppruve ,in Ordll1dllCe <1lllelluirlg the PI-ovlsions of the Collier County Code of Laws and Uldlllc1rlCl;S. (:Il;lplt~r SJ8, F'tHks awl Hecroation. also known as Ordini-lnce No, 76-48. as ;1Ir1l~II(JF)d, pel[ailliny [0 park use: providing fOI "ddrllonal definitions in Article III. Section 98- S7: cJlld ;Hiding Cln 8\cef-ltiull to Section ~J8 58. F'lohibited Acts, (Fiscal Impact: None) (CUl11pdlliun 10 It('llIl ON,) Meeting Date: 1',1::':'0'2(\()7 '-I (\(J 00 .I\M l'rcl'arcd By Robert N. Za(:hiHY Assistant Coullty Attorney Date County Attorney COlllllV AUorn<;>y Oflicf' 1015/20071:54:22 PM Apllrond liy Marla Ramsey Public ~, IVicpji. Administrator Date Public S('(vicf's "U!l!iC ~."n'iu"s Arhllin 1015120073:56 PM ApJlro\-'Cd By BarryWilli3TnS [li10CtOI Date Public Srrvicl's r:Hl<; ilnd F.ccreiltioll 10/B/2007 5:12 PM ApllI.ond B)' OMB Coordiniltor Applicalions Analyst Date /ldnrjrli~tri1tive Sl'lvicf's IIlIOlllwtif\ll Tpr:;!l!lr,IiHl\' 10!912lJ07 PM Apllro\'Cd B)' Sherry Pryor rIJan;l\lC!Il(;l\t 3, Uud\W1 Allillyst Date COUl1t~ ~n"I1,'qE['S CJf1i,:;~ Ufli':r' of r\1,'1l),'qt:I1If'llt 8, tludq('t 10111 .r>8 PM Af)llI'U\'CcJ B)-' [,1itb,lCI SlllvKowski M8'1'HJl~ltIe!lt 6. E!lId\JCl LJirt'ctor Oat' Countv Mane'lIl'!"'; Otri~p (lj!irp 'if M;H);'q'.O' Ill" 111 I~ F.u(iqf'l. 10' 9:31 AM Appnl\-'ecJ B~' Jat110,;\'. Mwhl ( "')'11 \' h1nr I :I~le I Doan! 01 COUII/)' Le'llll!)' r,di1l1;'SIf'1'S Oificc 2007 12:40 PM CDIIlmiso;ioll"fr, Agenda Item No. 9A October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 17 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to award contract 07- 4170 for County Attorney Recruitment Services to Waters Consulting Group, Inc. for $28,000. OBJECTIVE: To obtain professional recruitment services in a timely, efficient and cost-effective manner in order to obtain the most qualified candidates for the County Attorney position. CONSIDERATIONS: On June 26, 2007, the Purchasing Department was directed to solicit proposals from qualified firms for the purpose of obtaining professional recruiting services related to the search for a new County Attorney. An RFP was publicly advertised on June 29, 2007, Notices were sent to 25 firms with 10 vendors receiving full packages. Three responses were received by the due date of July 23, 2007, At the Board Meeting on September 11, 2007, the Board heard presentations from two firms, Waters-Oldani Executive Recruitment, a division of The Waters Consulting Group, Inc" and Argus Legal. Subsequently, the Board, by consensus, shortlisted the firms as follows: 1. Waters-Oldani Executive Recruitment 2. Argus Legal The Board then directed the Purchasing Department to commence negotiations with the top ranked firm, Staff has reached agreement with Waters Consulting Group, lnc, for their services in the amount of $28,000, which is inclusive of all costs, and provides for payments upon completion of specific milestones. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds for these services will be paid from the general fund reserves, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This Executive Summary has no direct impact on the Growth Management Plan, RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners approves the award of contract 07-4170 for County Attorney Recruitment Services to the Waters Consulting Group, lnc, and authorizes the Chairman to sign the County Attorney reviewed standard agreement. PREPARED BY: Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, DATE: October 23, 2007 ~ Page 1 01 I Agenda Item No, 9A October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 17 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 9A Recoll1lllcnrj,1tion to mv,lrd contract 07.4170 fur County Attorney Recruitment Services to WAters COllslIfling Group Inc. for $28,000 10/23/2007 9UO:OO AM Item Summary: Meeting Date: Prellared By Sue Filson Executive rJIall<I~ler to lhe Bee Date Board of County Commissioners Bee Office Al1llro\'ed Hy James V. Mudd COllnty Manager Date Board of County County Mal1a~Jer's OHice 10/13/200712:25 PM C{llnlTlissioners ., /\genda Item No. 9/\ October 23.2007 Page 3 of 17 A G R E E MEN T 07-4170 for County Attorney Recruitment Services THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into on this day of 2007, by and between The Waters Consulting Group, Inc" authorized to do business in the State of . whose business address is: 5050 Quorum Drive, Suite 625, Dallas, Texas 75254 hereafter referred to as "WCG"., and Collier County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, Collier County, Naples, hereinafter called the "County": WITNESSETH: 1. COMMENCEMENT. WCG shall commence the work upon the issuance of a Purchase Order. The County Manager, or his designee, may, at his discretion, extend the Agreement under all of the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement for up to 6 months. The County Manager, or his designee, shall give the WCG written notice of the County's intention to extend the Agreement term not less than 10 days prior to the end of the Agreement term then in effect. 2. STATEMENT OF WORK. WCG shall provide County Attorney Recruitment Services as per Exhibit A, in accordance with the terms and conditions of RFP #07-4170 and WCG's proposal referred to herein and made an integral part of this agreement. 3. THE CONTRACT SUM. The County shall pay WCG for the performance of this Agreement the amount of twenty eight thousand dollars ($28,000,00), based on the pricing set forth in Exhibit B, Fees for Services, subject to Change Orders as approved in advance by the County. This amount is inclusive of all expenses, including, but not limited to: job posting and advertising fees on various Web sites and classified advertising fees in printed publications; consultant travel expenses, including rental vehicles, mileage, lodging, meals and incide" tal expenses; criminal history/credit/driver's license checks; printing and prodllltion of necessary materials such as brochures, profiles and final reports; transportati,,'1; shipping and postage and video conferencing fees; long distance telephone fees. We G will not be responsible for fees related to candidate traveL Payment will be made upon receipt of a proper invoice and in compliance with Section 218,70, Fla. Stats., otherwise known as the "Florida Prompt Payment Act". Additional services as mutually agreed upon via a Change Order' xecuted by the parties shall be billed at either the daily rates identified in Exhibit B. (' at a negotiated cost for specific identified tasks. Page 1 of]5 Agenda Item No. 9A Octoher 23, 2007 4. NOTICES. All notices from the County to WCG shall be deemed duly servedPif'iil~B~d7 or faxed to WCG at the following Address: Waters Consulting Group, Inc. 5050 Quorum Drive, Suite 625, Dallas, Texas 75254 Attn: Mr. Charles S. Anderson Tel: 972/48]/1950 Fax: 9721481/195 I (Fax) All Notices from WCG to the County shall be deemed duly served if mailed or faxed to the County to: Collier County Government Center Purchasing Department - Purchasing Building 3301 Tamiami Trail, East Naples, Florida 34112 Attn: Steve Carnell, Purchasing/GS Director Telephone: 239-252-8371 Fax: 239-252-0844 WCG and the County may change the above mailing address at any time upon giving the other party written notification. All notices under this Agreement must be in writing. 5, NO PARTNERSHIP, Nothing herein contained shall create or be construed as creating a partnership between the County and WCG or to constitute WCG as an agent of the County. 6. PERMITS: LICENSES: TAXES. In compliance with Section 218.80, F.5" all permits necessary for the prosecution of the Work shall be obtained by WCG. Payment for all such permits issued by the County shall be processed internally by the County. All non-County permits necessary for the prosecution of the Work shall be procured and paid for by WCG. WCG shall also be solely responsible for payment of any and all taxes levied on WCG. In addition, WCG shall comply with all rules, regulations and laws of Collier County, the State of Florida, or the U. S. Government now in force or hereafter adopted. WCG agrees to comply with all laws governing the responsibility of an employer with respect to persons employed by WCG. 7, NO IMPROPER USE. WCG will not use, nor suffer or permit any person to use in any manner whatsoever, county facilities for any improper, immoral or offensive purpose, or for any purpose in violation of any federal, state, county or municipal ordinance, rule, order or regulation, or of any governmental rule or regulation now in effect or hereafter enacted or adopted. In the event of such violation by WCG or if the County or its authorized representative shall deem any conduct on the part of wce to be objectionable or improper, the County shall have the right to suspend the contract of Page 2 of 15 j\,genda Item No. 9A October 23,2007 Page 5 of 17 WCe. Should WCG fail to correct any such violation, conduct, or practice to thc satisfaction of the County within twenty-four (24) hours after receiving notice of such violation, conduct, or practice, such suspension to continue until the violation is cured. WCG further agrees not to commence operation during the suspension period until the violation has becn corrected to thc satisfaction of the County, 8, TERMINATION. Should WCG be found to have failed to perform the required services in a manner satisfactory to the County as per this Agrecment, the County may terminate said Agreement immediately for cause; further thc County may terminate this Agrecment for convenicnce with a thirty (30) day written notice. The County shall be sole judge of non-performance. In the event that the County terminates this Agreement, WCG's recovery against the County shall be limited to that portion of the Contract Amount earned through the date of termination. WCG shall not be entitled to any other or further recovery against the County, including, but not limited to, any damages or any anticipated profit on portions of the services not performed. 9. NO DISCRIMINATION. WCG agrees that there shall be no discrimination as to race, sex, color, creed or national origin. 10, INSURANCE. WCG shall not be required to provide insurance under this Agreement. 11, INDEMNIFICATION. To the maximum extent permitted by Florida law, WCG shall indemnify and hold harmless Collier County, its officers and employees from any and all liabilities, damages, losses and costs, including, but not limited to, rcasonable attorneys' fees and paralegals' fees, to the extcnt caused by the negligence, recklessness, or intentionally wrongful conduct of WCG or anyone employed or utilized by WCG in the performance of this Agreement. This indemnification obligation shall not be construed to negate, abridge or reduce any other rights or remedies which otherwise may bc available to an indemnified party or person described in this paragraph. This section does not pertain to any incidcnt arising from thc sole negligencc of Collier County. 12, CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION. This Agreemcnt shall be administcrcd on behalf of the County by the Board of County Commissioners, 13. CONFLICT OF INTEREST: WCG represcnts that it presently has no interest and shall acquire no interest, cither dircct or indirect, which would conflict in any manner with the pcrformance of services requircd hereunder. WCG further represcnts that no persons having any such intercst shall be employed to perform those services, 14, COMPONENT PARTS OF THIS CONTRACT, This Contract consists of the attached component parts, all of which are as fully a part of the contract as if herein sct out verbatim: WCG's Proposal, RFP #07-4170 Terms and Conditions, Exhibit A, Scopc of Services, Exhibit B, Fces for Services, and Exhibit C, Schedule, Page 3 of ] 5 Agenda Item No. 9A October 23, 2007 Page 6 of 17 15. SUBJECT TO APPROPRIATION. It is further understood and agreed by and between the parties herein that this agreement is subject to appropriation by the Board of County Commissioners. 16. PROHIBITION OF GIFTS TO COUNTY EMPLOYEES. No organization or individual shall offer or give, either directly or indirectly, any favor, gift, loan, fee, service or other item of value to any County employee, as set forth in Chapter 112, Part III, Florida Statutes, Collier County Ethics Ordinance No. 2004-05, and County Administrative Procedure 5311, Violation of this provision may result in one or more of the following consequences: a. Prohibition by the individual, firm, and! or any employee of the firm from contact with County staff for a specified period of time; b. Prohibition by the individual and! or firm from doing business with the County for a specified period of time, including but not limited to: submitting bids, RFP, and!or quotes; and, c. immediate termination of any contract held by the individual and! or firm for cause. 17. IMMIGRATION LAW COMPLIANCE: By executing and entering into this agreement, WCG is formally acknowledging without exception or stipulation that it is fully responsible for complying with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 as located at 8 U.s.e. 1324, et seq. and regulations relating thereto, as either may be amended. Failure by WCG to comply with the laws referenced herein shall constitute a breach of this agreement and the County shall have the discretion to unilaterally terminate this agreement immediately. 18. VENUE: Any suit or action brought by either party to this Agreement against the other party relating to or arising out of this Agreement must be brought in the appropriate federal or state courts in Collier County, Florida, which courts have sole and exclusive jurisdiction on all such matters, 19, OFFER EXTENDED TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES: Collier County encourages and agrees to the successful proposer extending the pricing, terms and conditions of this solicitation or resultant contract to other governmental entities at the discretion of the successful proposer, 20. AGREEMENT TERMS: If any portion of this Agreement is held to be void, invalid, or otherwise unenforceable, in whole or in part, the remaining portion of this Agreement shall remain in effect. Page 4 of 15 Agenda Item '.10. 9A OCtober 23.2007 Page 7 of 17 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wce and the County, have each, respectively, by an authorized person or agent, hereunder set their hands and seals on the date and year first above written. ATTEST: Dwight E. Brock, Clerk of Courts By: Dated: (SEAL) ~D .Nr~ik1e J \ "hA \'1-f'? Type/F*int witne~s namet h~'v~ ;fU7~~' econd WItness Vy I,',; tbsEn-U<,__JP;j tType/print witness namet Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: Assistant County Attorney Print Name BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: James Coletta, Chairman wce BY~'/ ljl. ____ Signature JkAJI P O. V\fo.-W.fS JPvf"lICiQX\t -f t Typed signature and titlt ~~- Exhibit A Scope of Services Page 5 of]5 Agenda Item No, 9A October 23. 2007 Page 8 of 17 BUSINESS PLAN (/.:...: ., ;-..'.',:: I'; .'l.lid exr "., p' /,"1 :!i.;.' r~d/,:. ",,' ,,",:n,t I'r,"!mirml 'i!r'~ whiz our '....'itT .,',--:10(' ,-.nu['I':~ <-.,'1-' .:-,ur ell::' .'r,_' jl ('.1 '/;1...riJ. :n ')!if !un:.;,_r,_, 'w ,,"/; ~,-<'\'e!opin~., PROTECT OVERVIEW Collier County requires the services of an outside consulting firm to assist in the executive recruitment program for its new County Attorney. OUR TRIPLE GUARANTEE During this project, the mission of Waters-Oldani will be to assist the Organization in the selection of a seasoned, well-respected, and innDvative leader that has the ability tD assist in the accomplishment Df the gDals and Dbjectives as required Df the pDsitiDn. Our Triple Guarantee is defined as: (1) A cDmmitment tD remain with the recruitment assignment until the Organization has made an appointment fDr the fees and tasks qUDted in this proposal. If the Organization is unable tD make a selection from the initial group of finalists, Waters-Oidani will wDrk with tD identify a supplemental group; (2) your executive recruitment is guaranteed for two (2) years against vDluntary resignation or terminatiDn fDr cause of the candidate, Within the first year, the replacement recruitment will be repeated at nD prDfessional fee and fDr expenses Dnly. During the second year, the replacement recruitment is reduced to 50% of the professiDnal fee plus expenses, Candidates appointed from within the Organization do not qualify for this guarantee. This guarantee is subject to further limitations and restrictions of YDur state's law, Additional services include a performance appraisal and review after 12 months of service of the appointed candidate, at expenses only with no professional fee to you. The only cost the Organization would incur in this case would be the reimbursement for any project-related expenses; and 3) Waters-Oldani will not solicit any candidates selected under this contract for any other position while the candidate is employed with the OrganizatiDn. The following is intended to describe the key tasks associated with our approach to executive recruitment. TASK I PROFILE/BROCHURE DEVELOPMENT AND ADVERTISING This important first step in the recruitment process will involve the development of a comprehensive profile/brochure describing the minimum qualifications, desired experience, personal characteristics, and other factors that will make a person likely to be a success in the positiDn Df CDunty AttDrney, Waters-Oldani will meet with the leaders in the Organization, as appropriate, to discuss the required background and experiences for the new CDunty AttDrney. (Many Df Dur previDus recruitments have InvDlved an Dpen- cDmmunity approach tD prDfile develDpment, and we have found this tD be an excellent way tD broaden Dur perspective Dn the qualificatiDns needed for the pDsitiDn. We wDuld be pleased tD prDvide informatiDn relating to fees for this additional step if requested.) Page 6 of 15 b,genda Item No. 9A Oclober 23. 2007 Page 9 of 17 In the development of the profile, Waters-Oldani will also gather organizational charts, budgetary information, operational reports, and other documentation describing the operations and workload of the position, as necessary, Additionally, we will use our knowledge of current developments in the operations of the public sector to further assist the Organization in the development of the qualifications for this position, Consideration will be given to requirements such as formal education and specific work experiences, We understand the importance of developing truly meaningful position requirements that meet the current needs of your organization that also complement the culture, goals and objectives of the Organization. Based upon the results of the discussions with the Organization, Waters-Oldani will develop a customized profile/brochure that represents a comprehensive view of the background, experiences, and other qualifications important for a successful County Attorney for the Organization. The draft profile will be presented to the Organization for review and final approvaVedits prior to initiating the solicitation and advertising strategy, In order to conduct an open recruitment and to encourage applications from a diverse pool of candidates, Waters-Oldani will work with the Organization to develop a comprehensive advertising strategy to notify potential candidates about the vacancy, Advertisements will be placed in appropriate professional publications, local newspapers of record, and on Internet bulletin boards as approved by the Organization, Draft ads will be submitted to the Organization for approval prior to publication. Waters-Oldani has direct access to the Internet through our heavily trafficked Web site at www.watersconsulting,com and targeted e-mail (search@Watersconsulting.com), Additionally, we will use these resources to communicate with prospects and candidates as appropriate directly as well as direct phone calls. The aggressive advertising campaign for top talent will include national, regional, in-state and local elements as determined dUring our initial meetings with the Organization, We will work to create an appealing brochure in order to submit to candidates in both a printed and electronic format. Additionally, our presence at appropriate public sector conferences will be used to further promote the position (as occur during this recruitment and in which we are a part'cipant). A solid and effective advertising strategy will help to ensure that the Organiza' .n conducts an open recruitment. Waters-Oldani is committed to making sure that Organization meets its commitment to ensure against discrimination in employment practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, gender or religion. TASKIl EXECUTION OF RECRUITME/'o;'T STRATEGY AND IDENTIF1CA nON OF (JUALITY TALENT Once the profile for the new County Attorney has been created, Waters-Oldani will implement the campaign to address prospective candidates on a national, regional, in-state andocal basis (as determined), Using the information provided by the profile and developed in Task I, Waters-'ldani will seek to identify indiViduals who would be outstanding candidates for the position of County Attorne\ Often, potentially well-qualified candidates are not actively seeking new employment and will not necessarily2spond to an advertisement However, if a potential candidate is presented with the opportunity directly and ,n the proper manner, he or she may apply. We take pride in our ability to locate quality candidates across the: .ation based on our professional contacts and Page 7 of15 Agenda Item No, 9A Octoher 23, 2007 Page 10 of 17 relationships, In addition, Waters-Oldani will send direct informational mailings to key public sector associations and organizations across the nation, During this assignment, we will use our knowledge of the public sector to identify and contact individuals who may be candidates or who may know of potential candidates. Waters-Oldani has reliable contacts from coast to coast. We will contact individuals identified as potential candidates to discuss the career opportunity presented by the Organization, The objective of this effort will be to further identify highly qualified individuals, and then to interest these potential candidates in submitting a resume for the Organization's consideration. We have established networks with minority and female leaders throughout the nation and are proud of our record of placement of qualified minority and femaie candidates, Waters-Oldani has adopted a corporate policy of equal employment opportunity and will not participate in any recruitment effort where these principles are not followed. Our record of combined successful placements of candidates from affected classes from our public sector recruitments is in excess of 40%. In addition, we are charter members of NFBPA and their Business Advisory Committee and the Hispanic Network among other minority and women focused-organizations sponsorships. TASK III CONDUCT PRELIMINARY SCREENING AND INmAL INTERVIEWS Our recruiting efforts generally identify a significant number of applicants, depending upon the position and the availability of skills in the marketplace, From this group we review the credentials of each applicant, including internal candidates, based on his/her resume, referral source comments (for external candidates only), and when appropriate, telephone interviews, We compare this information to the requirements developed in the recruiting profile and generate a spreadsheet list of qualified candidates whose backgrounds and experience most closely fit the requirements of the position. We believe that one of the strengths of the Waters-Oldani recruitment process is our hands-on management and care of candidates during the process, Each candidate submitting a resume is sent a timely acknowledgement by Waters-Oldani giving an approximate schedule for the recruitment. Further communications are maintained with each candidate regarding information about the recruitment progress and, at the conclusion of the project, rejection notifications are sent. We take pride in the many compiimentary comments made by finalists and non-finalists regarding the level of communication and the professionalism with which they are treated during our recruitments, which is also a positive reflection on your organization. After obtaining authorization from the Organization, Waters-Oldani conducts in-depth interviews (either by phone, in person or via video conference) with each semi-final candidate, Our interviews are conducted with a targeted and customized set of questions developed by Waters-Oldani to measure management skills, interpersonal traits and characteristics deemed most important to the Organization. These inquiries are combined with a list of questions developed specifically for the position using issues identified in the profile development. Page g of 15 Agenda Item No. 9A October 23,2007 Page 11 of 17 As part of our thorough screening of candidates, we also utilize our content-validated behavioral assessment and success profile system, CareerNavigator"'. Our unique and customized approach to recruitment features a content- validated competency model that measures the core competencies of public sector leaders in conjunction with a comprehensive psychological assessment. In short, it heips to identify those competencies that are proven to make a candidate much more likely to be successful in a certain position of leadership, Our CareerNavigator'" Competency Model and Assessment System go far beyond the core competencies most organizations use to assess candidates in the public sector. It compares innate, behavioral characteristics with the full range of core competencies our research identified to predict with greater accuracy a candidate's likelihood of success on the job. This approach reaches well beyond the scope of interviews, to provide insightful, statistically reliable information that public sector organizations can utilize in selecting, retaining and developing top-performing future executives. In addition, CareerNavigator'" generates specific questions for individual candidates based upon their responses to the assessment. These questions are included in the in-<Jepth interview conducted by the Waters- Oldani consultant. CareerNavigator'" also generates specific questions to be used in the reference calls conducted as part of Task IV. At the conclusion of our interview process, we will meet with the Organization to recommend final candidates. After discussion, if the Organization agrees with our recommendations, Waters-Oldani will provide detailed written evaluations of the candidates, TASK N CONDUcrING BACKGROUND INVESTIGA TIO\!S. REFERENCE CHECKS AND ACADEMtC VERIFICA nONS Once the Organization approves the group of finalists, Waters-Oldani will begin the reference checking and background process. Waters-Oldani will obtain a list of up to ten work-related references for each finalist. Telephone contact is then made with selected references and sometimes with others in the specific industry that may know of additional accomplishments and work experiences of the candidates. The purpose of the reference interviews is not to solicit negative comments about the candidates, although the process may generate some, The purpose is to allow Waters-Oldani to complete our understanding of the actual work experience and personal characteristics of the finalists, Specific questions to be asked about the candidates will be developed from the profile approved by the Organization as well as the CareerNavigator'" assessment. In regard to formal background investigations, Waters-Oldani is pleased to partner with PSI Investigation Services in the gathering of information about the financial history and the review of court records for each final candidate, This background investigation, coupled with our reference checking techniques, helps to ensure a sound selection process. Background investigations are conducted in the areas of: . Consumer Credit County Criminal . Bankruptcy State District Supe' ,r Court Criminal . . Page 9 of 15 Agenda Item No. 9A October 23, 2007 Page 12 of 17 . County Civil Litigation JudgmentlTax Lien Motor Vehicle . State District Superior Court Civil Litigation Federal District Criminal Federal District Civil Litigation . . . . TASK V RECOMMENDATION OF FINALISTS AND FINAL WRITTEN REPORT Upon completion of Tasks I through IV, Waters-Oldani will submrt a Final Candidate Report recommending a group of finalists for the Organization to interview, Typically four to six final candidates will be identified. Our report will summarize the work experiences and educational backgrounds of the candidates drawn from the resumes and from the initial interviews and background checks, Waters-Oldani will also summarize the results of the reference investigations. In addition, the report will include general guidelines for applicant interviewing and suggested interview questions for the Organization to use in conducting the interviews, A list of suggested questions can be very helpful to the interviewer by ensuring consistency and guarding against straying into potentially legally dangerous areas of inquiry, Waters-Oldani will also discuss with the Organization the subsequent and optional steps in the total interview process and will make recommendations concerning the final evaluation of the candidates. During this phase of the recruitment, our consulting team plays a major coordinating role. We will participate in final interviews as either an observer or active panel member at the request of the Organization and are available to answer questions and assist you in final section and evaluations, In addition, Waters-Oldani will assist the Organization with the development of a compensation package with the successful candidate. Alternative and optional approaches during this time may include the use of an interview panel, assessment center, and/or personality/behavioral assessment tools, Page ]00f15 Agenda item ~~o. SA October 23,2007 Page 13 of 17 Exhibit A-I Desired Attributes for Candidates Following is a list of desired attributes for the County Attorney candidates as identified by the Board of County Commissioners: (in no order) . Exceptional written and oral skills. . Ability to express arguments and provide answers in concise terms understandable by lay people. . In-depth Wlderstanding of the State of Florida Growth Management Laws and their impact upon local governments. . A good understanding of the organization and responsibilities of county government. . An in-depth Wlderstanding of Florida Land Development Regulations and private property rights. . Familiarity with Florida Statutes . Possess working knowledge of Florida Legislative process . The Commissioners are sworn to protect the U.S. Constitution and the Florida Constitution. The candidates must have a strong back-groWld and belief in these two documents. . Strong beliefs in separation of power between the Board and the COWlty StaffWlder the law. . Demonstrated and verifiable record ofpositive management of lawyers and legal cases. . Demonstrated experience in litigation . The ability to place Assistant Attorneys in areas of strength. . Be prepared to interact with community in a visible way . Display compassion and sensitivity to individual rights of citizens . Friendly . Organized . Personable . Bold . Finn . Get along well with slafT . Provide strong leadership and direction Page I] of15 ~, Agenda Item No, 9A October 23, 2007 Page 14 of 17 Exhibit A-2 COI,INTY ATTO~EY JOB PROFILE, The County AlIomey' is ';"pi,nsibltl forprovldlllg dynamic l....rshiP. di,.;j6Iion. supervision, oversight. and ongoing development of the CountY Attorney's Office as a high-caliber public law practice. The County AtI,omey's ()ffice (CAO) has been established as an independent office respansible dirac:lly 10 the Board.. of County Commissioners. The CAO hand\eS a diVerSe. rriixture of legal matten> on behalf of the " County. Including ,local. slate and federal . law, ,Jl'lfS'1OO8I matters,. intarll9Yemm'!ntal . agreements: pubrtC utnities and services, fi~oe~ tnmSpOrtation, larid uSe, environmental law, ~ and~cy ~mpljance issues,. consumer pn:>tection, open govem!!1ent, alcohol, anll sUbstancii abuSe, HIVlAlDS programs, the meclical examiner, library operations, . business licensing. ctisaster plarlning:, and emergenCyrm;lnagement services. . The County Att~ey ar,d, the assistant attorneyS functioo as ~he, gener:al qounselJo the Board and to' staff. Their function is similar to 's g9f18l"8lco~s, Office of a .major corporation, In. addition to providing legal advice and counsel to the County Commission and colnly .staIf, 1hIi' COtny Attorney functions as the Iag8l adVisor 10 certain Constitutional 6fficers, nigui8Iory boards, and advisory boards of County goYainment: The County AlIomay's Otroce is not legal counsel to lhe public and may not advise individual citizens. "- . Functions -ie, '~,i' Overview: . The County Allamey'S Offica provides legal services and primary, representation to the Board of County Commissioners and. all, County Departmen~ivisions,. and BoardsICommissions :there. under- Legal services indud~ but are not limited 10 fliose requir8cl to. .. " " .' , . draft and review ordinances, resolulions, and legislation; . 'prosecute arid d8feJid' civil actionsfor' arufon behalf of the county-at' all levels of State ~ndfederB1'~lJrts;., -, _ . _ , . coordinate ~ ~~n areas requiring unique sp8ci~n; .:; .. . provide legal txJl.IflS6l and advice a1 a regutar basis on all matters C:oncerning the operation of the County, . interface effectively with outside counsel . answer and investigate citizen and other outside inquiries. The County A--,. is ....sponsibIe for ensuring etf8clIve deliwry of legal services required to: Advise the Board of County Commissioners, County Administration and all County govemm~nt,. as weJJ as new departments, divisions or programs, including the assistance and initiating of these new entities. Assist ara proactiveiy support the county's efforts in effectively fuIfiInng manciaies imposed by law and the Board of County Commissioners. . Page 120f15 i\8enda Item No. 9A ~ October 23,2007 Page 15 of 17 The County Attorney Is ......pollSible for effective and efficient administration of the CAO needed to fullill its functions: Provide proactive leadership to staff. Develop, oversee, and manage a cost-<lffective departmental budget Develop and implement depa..,,,,,,ta1 goals and objectiyes; evaluate and report on goal achievement Develop and manage staff. including oversight of the hiring, supervising, education, training, discipline, and lerminaIion 01 aft CAD personnel and a:JIlIraclors, Oversee internal departmental aclMties and coordinate activities 01 the department with external entities Participate as advisable in boaJds, ccmmillBes, proI'essionaI groups and activities. Maintain the human relations philosophy and _ 01 the county. Page 13oft5 Agenda Item No, 9A October 23, 2007 Page 16 of 17 Exhibit B Fees for Services PHASE DESCRIPTION OF PROFESSIONAL DELNER,\BLES SERV1CES Phase I Task 1 ~ Proflle Development & Posting Draft brochure approved 15% of $28.000 = $4,200 Phase II Task 2 - Identify Quality Candi<htes Ads are placed and fInal brochure approved 15% of $28,000 = $4,200 Task 3 - Preliminary Screening & Initial Report List of top candidates sent to Client 20% of $28,000 = $5,600 Task 4 - Background InterviCVv's & References List of scmi-ftnal candidates provided to the client 20% of $28,000 = $5,600 Phase III Task 5 - Finalize Search / Recommend Finalists Fin al book sen t to Clien t 20% of $28,000 = $5,600 Conclusion Acceptance of offer by candidate Completion of interview process/ candidate accepts 10% of $28,000 = $2,800 Total Professional Fees Toml papnents: $28, 000 ADDlTtONAL PLACEMENTS If candidates (other than internal candidates) from this search process are seJected for another position hy the Client, within one year of the close of the search, a fee of $9,250 will be due to WCG for each candidate. OPTIONAL SERVICES FOR CONSIDER,\TION FEES Additional work related to the search process and as specifically $1500.00 pcr day requested by the client which is outside of the scope of this project (i.e. plus expenses additional onsite meetings) is additional. The fn;:cd fee proposal for professional fees anticipates no more than three one-day on site visits total per search (v.':ith one consultant). However, we would be pleased to provide additional onsite 'Visits for our standard daily rate plus expenses. Inc fixed fee proposal for professional fees includes up to ten $350.00 pcr CareerN av:igator™ reports. For any reports requested over ten, the fee report over 10 will be $350,00 per report, Page 14 of J5 Agenda Item No. 9A October 23,2007 Page 17 of 17 Exhibit C Schedule EXECUTIVE RECRUITMENT PROJECT TIMELINE Below is an estimated time line for the Executive Recruitment process with Waters Consulting. Our timeline consists of approximately 90 days from the beginning oltbe Profile Development (Task J) to the Finat ProcessiOn-Site Interviews (Task 5), An exact project schedule will be detennined after consuttatiDn with the County and may be adjusted as necessary. Description of IVeeks Key Project Phases 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 1t 12 13 Phase I Task 1 I Profile De\Telopment & Advertising Phase II Task 2 Recruitment Strategy and Identification of I Candidates Task 3 Screening Process and Initial Recommendation Task 4 ! Background lnyestigations/ I I Reference I ! Checks/i\cademc I I I Verificanons Phase III Task 5 t I I I Final Process I , I I I I Recommend , , Finalists/On-site , I Interviews v..1.th I I I I ! Client I , Page15of15 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 71 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE RURAL LANDS STEWARDSHIP AREA COMMITTEE OBJECTIVE: For the Board of County Commissioners to appoint 13 members, with terms to expire on October 23, 2008 to the Rural Lands Stewardship Area (RLSA) Review Committee, CONSIDERATIONS: The Rural Lands Stewardship Area (RLSA) Review Committee was created by the Board of County Commissioners on June 26, 2007 by Resolution No, 2007-] 73 to assist the Board in facilitating the public participation component of the RLSA Overlay Five- Year Review. The purpose of this committee will be to review data concerning the participation and effectiveness in the Overlay meeting the Goal, Objective, and Policies in the Future Land Use Element of the Growth Management Plan and make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners. The committee shall be comprised of 13 members and, to the maximum extent possible, represent a broad base of citizens and business and property owners within the Review area, 'Terms are one year. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following] 8 interested citizens. On September 11,2007, the Board of County Commissioners directed that membership for the committee be re-advertised and 10 additional citizens applied for a total of28 applicants. APPLICANT CATEGORY D1ST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. ,."-, Bradley Cornell Environmental 2 Yes None Zach Floyd Crews Business Owner 5 'r'es tmmokalee EZDA, lmmokalee Master Plan and Visioning Committee Denis Davidson Business Owner 5 'y.es None Gary Eidson Lay pt:rson 2 Yes None David Farmer Planner 5 \'es East of 95] Committee Teonta Fields Environmental 5 Yes j""':one Paul A, Gladdys Environmental I 'r'cs l\one Ron Hamel Agricu hural Lee No None Dr. James 1'. Horner La y pt:rson 3 '{es None Jim Howard Business 0 Yes None .' Richard Harold Johnson Agricultural 5 'r'es None Thomas Jones LandO\vner 5 Yes East of 951 Committee Andrew Scott McElwaine Environmental 5 Yes NOlle 'William McDaniel. Jr. Contractor 5 '{es East of 951 Committee Allison Delaine Mcgrath Planner 5 Yes None Mildred Mercado Realtor. artist 5 'Y'es None Richard Mercer Realtor. engineer 5 '(es None Timothy Nance Agricultural 5 Yes East of 951 Committee Tammie Nemecek Economic Development 5 Yes None Ronald Nino Planner 2 Yes None John Pinholster Construction 4 Yes None Janice Siegel Health Care 5 Yes None Neno Spagna Planner 5 Yes None Michael Taylor Agriculture 4 Yes None Thomas M, Taylor Engineer and Landowner 2 '{es None Fred N, Thomas. Jr. Public Administration 2 Yes Lake Trafford Restoration Task Force, lmmokalce EZDA, Immokalee i\laster Plan and Visioning Committee Peggy Whitbeck Business 5 Yes None Dave W ulfey Layperson 2 Yes None A~enda Item No. 9B . October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 71 NOTE: Section Five (D) of Ordinance 2001-55 states that "No person shall serve on more than two County Boards simultaneously, If application is made for service on a third Board the applicant must resign simultaneously from one of his or her current Board positions, or the application for a third Board shall be disqualified. This provision, however, may be waived to allow for service on additional Boards provided the Commission votes unanimously to waive such provision. According to my records Zach Floyd Crews currently serves on the Immokalee EZOA and the hnmokalee Master Plan and Visioning Committee and Fred N, Thomas Jr. currently serves on the Lake Trafford Restoration Task Force, lmmokalee EZOA and the lmmokalee Master Plan and Visioning Committee, If either Zach Floyd Crews or Fred N. Thomas Jr. is appointed, the Board will have to waive Section Five (D) of the ordinance, COMMITTEE RECOMMENDA nON: New committee - no recommendations FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioncrs consider the requests for appointment, appoint 13 members, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution eonlirming the appointments, Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 23, 2007 page I ot I Agenda Item No, 98 October 23. 2007 Page 3 of 71 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 9B Appoirllrnenl of rnembE% to the Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Cornmittee. 1 0/23/2UU7 9:UU:UO AM Item Summary: Meeting Date: Preparcd By Sam Tucker Executive Aide to the BCG Date Board of County Commissioners BGC Office 10f10/2007 10:59:07 AM Approved By Sue Filson Executive Manager to the BCG Date Board of County COlllmissioners Bec Office 10/10/200711:25 AM AplJruvcd By James V. 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"5 I ~ N N o Z is " ro f-- 2 ~ ro E o ~ f-- . . >- c E "0 "" '" c 'w ~ o I ~ :0 ~ 0. .,; E ~ ~ c ~ .~ ~ . ro tjm "' o 00 '" 0;, o ~ U u ~ g "c . ro .. ~ u'i: " ~ g c . ~:t "51.u c " ~iJ u. ~ ~~ ~O " . 0" g-~ ~ ~ 0.2. "0 .~ ill '" .. Z + ~ N . . >- ~ ~ . ro C <5 ~ f-- Z "0 o ct . o >- . o >- c o 'w . i' E o U '" c E c ro c:: m ~ e . 0 ~~ ro 0 ZU 0'0 .. ~ U1: ~~ "'~ &U ~ "H" Q) >. 0 CD <: ~.g <: g-~ ~ ~ 0.2. ~ c ro OJ ~ " ii5 c ~ "0 ~ ill 0: s z .. Z N '" + ~ N o Z o Z ~ u o B iO S ~ J!' "5 S . > ro o ~ '" '" o 0. MEMORANDUM DATE: July 23, 2007 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments Agenda Item No. 9B October 23, 2007 Page 7 of 71 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. RURAL LANDS STEWARDSHIP AREA COMMITTEE Teonta Fields 2631 4th Street. NW Naples, FL 34120 Timothy Nance P,O. Box 990129 Naples, FL 34116 Richard Harold Johnson 680 Weber Blvd. N. Naples, FL 34120 Ronald J. Hammel 11250 Bienvenida Way #201 Fort Myers, FL 33908 Allison Delaine Megrath 4290 14th Street NE Naples, FL 34120 Bradley Comell 556 109'h Avenue N, Naples, FL 34108 Andrew Scott McElwaine 1690 Birdie Drive Naples,FL 34120 Dr. James T. Horner COMMISSION DISTRICT 4704 Ossabaw Way Naples, FL 34119 Agenda Item No. 98 October 23.2007 Page 8 of 71 Jim Howard 2253 Heritage Greens Drive Naples, FL 34119 Fred N, Thomas Jr. 1205 Orchid Avenue Immokalee, FL 34142 Ronald Nino 33 51h Street Bonita Springs, FL 34134 Zach Floyd Crews Jr. 5214 Lake Lane Immokalee, FL 34142 Paul A, Gladdys 3720 Kent Drive Naples, FL 34112 Dave Wolfey 4250 1'1 Avenue NW Naples, FL 34119 Neno .I, Spagna 385027''' Avenue SW Naples, FL 34117 Thomas M. Taylor 481 Carica Road Naples. FL 34108 Gary Eidson 14592 Glen Eden Drive Naples, FL 34110 Peggy Whitbeck 1450 Kapok Street Naples, FL 34117 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 98 October 23, 2007 Page 9 of 71 DATE: July 23, 2007 TO: Noah Standridge FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners RE: Rural Lands Stewardship Area Committee As you know, we currently have 13 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: Bradley Comell 556 109th Avenue N. Naples, FL 34108 Zach Floyd Crews Jr. 5214 Lake Lane Immokalee, FL 34142 Gary Eidson 14592 Glen Eden Drive Naples, FL 34110 Teonta Fields 2631 4th Street. NW Naples, FL 34120 Paul A. G laddys 3720 Kent Drive Naples, FL 34112 Ronald J. Hammel 11250 Bienvenida Way #201 Fort Myers, FL 33908 Dr. James T. Horner 4704 Ossabaw Way Naples, FL 34119 Jim Howard 2253 Heritage Greens Drive Naples, FL 34119 Richard Harold Johnson 680 Weber Blvd, N, Naples, FL 34 I 20 Agenda item No 98 October 23. 2007 Page 10 of 71 Andrew Scott McElwaine 1690 Birdie Drive Naples, FL 34120 Allison Delaine Megrath 4290 14th Street NE Naples, FL 34120 Timothy Nance 1',0. Box 990129 Naples, FL 341 16 Ronald Nino 33 5th Street Bonita Springs, FL 34] 34 Neno J, Spagna 3850 27'h Avenue SW Naples, FL 34117 Thomas M. Taylor 481 Carica Road Naples. FL 34108 Fred N, Thomas Jr. 1205 Orchid A venue Immokalee, FL 34142 Pe''''v Whitbeck "",," ] 450 Kapok Street Naples, FL 34117 Dave Wolfey 4250 I" Avenue NW Naples. FL 34 I 19 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. I f you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097, Thank you for your attention to this matter. Agenda Item No. 9B October 23. 2007 Page 11 of71 SF Attachments Agenda ilem No. 9B October 23 2007 Page 12 of 71 MEMORANDUM DA TE: October 5, 2007 TO: Elcction, Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board oj County Commissioners 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 eaeh applicant resides, RURAL LANDS STEW ARDSHlP AREA COMMITTEE COMMISSION DISTRICT Denis Davidson 8555 Danbury Blvd, # 105 Naples. FL 34120 David Farmer 240 17'10 Street S W Naples, FL 34117 Thomas .Iones 3290 7'h Avenue NW Naples, FL 34120 Mildred Mercado 2965 Garland Road Naples. FL 34117 Richard 8, Mercer 3857'10 Street SW Naples, FL 34117 Tammie J. Nemecek 920 16'10 Avenue NE Naples, FL 34120 .Iohn Pinholster 1969 7'10 Street S Naples, FL 34102 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 13 of 71 Janice H. Siegel 2895 Randall Blvd. Naples, FL 34120 Michael O. Taylor 109 Morning Star Cay Naples, FL 34114 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9B October 23.2007 Page 14 of 71 DA TE: October 5, 2007 TO: Noah Strandridge, Scnior Planner FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners RE: Rural Lands Stewardship Area Committee As you know, we cun'ently have] 3 vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens intcrested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration (subsequently. at the Board's dircction, a sccond press release was' executed and the application process was reopened). ] have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Denis Davidson 8555 Danbury Blvd. # 1 05 Naples. FL 34] 20 David Farmer 240 I 7'h Street S W Naples, FL 34117 Thomas Jones 3290 7'h Avenue NW Naples. FL 34120 William McDaniel. Jr. 7000 Big Island Ranch Road Naples. FL 34119 Mildred Mercado 2965 Garland Road Naples, FL 34] 17 Richard B, Mercer 385 7'h Street SW Naples, FL 341] 7 Tammie J. Nemecek 920 16th A vcnue NE Naples, FL 34120 John Pinholster 1969 7'h Street S Naples, FL 34102 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23. 2007 Page 15 of 71 Janice H. Siegel 2895 Randall B]vd. Naples, FL 34120 Michael O. Tay]or ] 09 Morning Star Cay Naples, FL 34]]4 Please let me know, in writing, the recommendation for appointment ofthe advisory committee within the 4] day time-frame, and] 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. ]fyou have any questions, please call me at 774-8097, Thank you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda 1[,,1n No. 9B October 23 2007 Page 16 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Monday, July 16, 20074:46 PM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: bcornell@collieraudubon,org [mailto: bcornell@collieraudubon,org] Sent: Monday, July 16, 2007 4:41 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: 7/16/20074:41:21 PM. Name: !Bradley Cornel~ Home Phone: ~39-592-78051 Home Address: 1556 I 09th A venue, Nort~ City: Naplesl Zip Code: 1341081 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-643-78221 Business: ~39-643-78221 e-Mail Address: ~comellra;collieraudubon,or~ Work Place: ICollier County Audubon Societyl How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offcnse against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IYesl Board / Committee Applied for: lRural Lands Stcwardship Arca Review Committeel Category: Not indicatc~ 7/16/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 17 of71 Do you currently hold public offiice? 1821 PT AS - Environmcntal Policy & Technical Advisory Board Smart Growth Horizo ommittee Landfill Sitin Committee Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: Secretary, Conservation Chair and President of Collier County Audubon Society 1993- "001. Audubon of Florida, Miami - board member 2002-2005 Founding board membe fFriends of the Florida Panther Refuge 1997-2003. Founded Collier County Citizens' ommittee on Recycling in 1992, Sunday school teacher and youth group advisor, 1998- resent. Education: ourses (non-degree) in environmental science,constit:utionallaw, and statistics at orthwestem University and Florida Gulf Coast University. Master of Music, Univ. 0 exas at Austin 1986, Bachelor of Music, Oberlin Colle e, 1981. Ex erience: Professional environmental policy analyst for Collier County Audubon Society and udubon of Florida: As part of my work I provided significant input to the current Rural Land Stewardship Area Overlay and Rural Fringe TDR policies in Collier County in response the Governor Bush's Final Order of 1999, I have made presentations on ural Land Stewardship to many groups since the policies' adoption in 2002, I have spent considerable time working with staff, policy-makers, the public, and especially landowners in the crafting and implementation of Collier County's rural lands grovvth anagement olicics. 7/16/2007 Advisory Board Application . . AgendJ\illffi NBfOO October 23, 2007 Page 18 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 1 :54 PM To: luckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: sndybass@yahoo,com [mailto:sndybass@yahoo.comj Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 1:S2 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: 7/12/20071:52:11 PM. Name: ~ach l10vd crews i~ Home Phone: ~39-657-23701 Home Address: 15214 lake lanel City: ~mmokalec. 111 Zip Code: 1341421 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-657-351 II Business: ~39-657-53591 e-Mail Address:!sndYbass@vahoo.coml Work Place: IsouthweSI 11 scr & supplyl How 10nR have you lived in Collier County: ~lore than] 51 Have you eyer been convicted of any offense aRainst the law? ~ Are you a reRistered voter in Collier County? ~ Board I Committee Applied for: ~lsa review committeel CateRory: !Not indicatedl 7II 2/2007 Advisory Board Application . . . Do you currently hold public ofllice? IYesl !housing authority i mmokalee fire boardl Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list your community activities: I Education: I Experience: I 7/12/2007 AgendJ':'MTt, fJ8f ~ October 23, 2007 Page 19 of 71 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Aoenda Item No. 9B "October 23. 2007 Page 20"f 71 filson_s From: Davisondh@aol.com Sent: Saturday, September 29,200710:28 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 9/2912007 10:27:55 AM. Name: penis H Davidson! Home Phone: 1239-348-3124] Home Address: 18555 Danbury Blvd. #1051 City: !Naple~ Zip Code: 1341201 Phone Numbers Fax: /94 I -505-802q Business: 1239-682-04311 e-Mail Address: /Davisondh(a)aoLcoml Work Place: !pro Powder Coating, Inc.j How long have you lived in Collier County: [] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Iv e~ Board / Committee Applied for: /Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committed Category: !Not 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: resident, Vanderbilt Community Association Board of Directors(Current); Executive Vice resident, Treasurer, Vanderbilt Community Association, 2005-2006; Board of Directors, erican Subcontractors of Florida, 2004-2006 10/1/2007 Advisory Board Application . Education: . .' jBs Univ ofWisconsin,Whitewateq . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 90 October 23. 2007 Page 21 of 71 Exoerience: Partner, Pro Powder Coating, Punta Gorda, FL President United Plastics, Chicago, IL President,CEO Fitzpatrick Machine, Chicago, IL President CEO, Clear Shield National, Chicago L 10/1/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda 11m'11 No. 9B October 23. 2007 Page 22 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 7:24 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: paradise42@comcast.net [mailto:paradise42@comcast.net] Sent: Wednesday, July 04,20077:13 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/4/20077:13:24 AM. Name: /Gary Eidson! Home Phone: ~39-596-69661 Home Address: 1]4592 Glen Eden Driv~ City: [Naplesl Zip Code: 134] 101 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: ~39-825-52161 e-Mail Address:~aradise421iV.comeasl.ne~ Work Place: ~etiredl How long have you lived in Collier County: 15-101 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IYesl Board / Committee Applied for: iRLSA review committeel Category: !Not indicatedl 7/5/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 23 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? IEI2I Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IEI2I Please list our communi activities: Chair Citizens Transportation Coalition of Collier County, District 2. Member ommissioner's District 2 Advisory Board Past President of the Glen Eden Home wners Association Past Chair of Frank Halas Reelection Can1paign Director North Ba ivic Association Education: vans City HS graduate Thiel College Greenville PAl year Southern Illinois niversity, Carbondale IL BS Communications Boston University Graduate School, oston MA I yr School of Education Klopfer Mortgage Broker Pre-License Class, Ft yers FL Klopfer Real Estate Pre-License Broker Class, Naples FL Dog Training Class 28 week Directed b Brian Kilcommon for Turkin Trainin Pro ran1, Na les FL Ex erience: RGANIZING AND PLANNING SKILLS: 0 Organized, Chaired, Developed Meeting gendas & Action Plans for Local Community Boards, and PACs 0 Started, ncorporated and Managed Three Small Businesses 0 Organized and Presented a Strategic Plan for Sales Division of a National Company 0 Organized and Elected to oard of Homeowner' s Association (Pres., VP, Secretary, Chair Buildings-Grounds) 0 roficient in the Use of Microsoft Excel, Word and Internet Explorer SALES & ARKETING: 0 Achieved General Motors Mark of Excellence Status & Developed nternet New Car Sales Department C Started New Sales Territories for 4 Different Companies and Established a Leadership Position 0 Comprehensive Understanding of he Sales Process Based on Experiences from Door-to-Door Sales, Maintaining National Accounts and Creating & Motivating Organizations in a Variety of Sales and Volunteer Settings WORK EXPERIENCE: 0 DeVoe Pontiac-Buick-GMC-HUMMER, Bonita Springs FL 2001-03 (Ranked Among Top 4 Producers, Coordinated Internet Sales, Assisted in Computer & Certification Training) 0 Daubert Industries, Burr Ridge IL 1972-2005 (Sales Manager, Top Producer, Managed 6 Person Staff, Auto Protective Coatings Consultant-Retired) L Reynolds & Reynolds, Dayton OH 1992-1998 (Sales of irect Mail/Marketing Progran1s to New England Auto Dealers, Created New Territory) o Procter & Gamble, Toilet Goods Division, Cincinnati OH 1964-72 (Territory Salesl District Head Salesman [Cincinnati] - Unit Manager [Boston]) BUSINESSES OWNED & OPERATED: 0 Maine Car Protection,lnc., Aubum ME (Sold)1980-90 0 Olympic Telephone Answering Service, Woburn MA (Sold) 1976-79 0 Olympic Petroleum, Inc., Lexin ton, MA (Sold) 1976-79 7/5/2007 Advisory Board Application filson_"S . . Page 1 01'2 Aqenda Item No. 9B . OctGber 23. 2007 Page 24 of 71 From: dave@keystonellc.net Sent: Friday, September 28, 20072:59 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: 9/28/20072:59:16 PM. Name: !David Farmed Home Phone: j239-348-069~ Home Address: ~40 17th ST sWI City: iNaple~ Zip Code: 1341171 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-353-51741 Business: ~39-292-60811 e-Mail Address:ldave(aJkeystonellc.ne~ Work Place: !Keystone Companies, LLCI How lon~ have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been eonvicted of any offense a~ainst the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Review Committee! Category: [citizen, Planner, Engineeri Do you eurrently hold public offfice? ~ /East of951 Horizon Committee DSAC Utility sub-corrrmittee! Do you eurrently or ever served on a Collier County Board' . Committee? ~ Please list your community activities: I Education: IBs Civil Engineering Many Continuing Education Classd 9/28/2007 Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B October 23,2007 Ex erience: Page 25 of 71 have the following credendials: Planner with AICP certificaiton Professional Engineer State Certifie eneral Contractor Florida Lie. Real Estate Broker The bulk of my experience is in Engineering and lannin . .e e Advisory Board Application 9/28/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda item No. 9B Octoher 23, 2007 Page 26 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Friday, July 20, 2007 7:46 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: teonta@earthlink.net [mailto:teonta@earthlink.net] Sent: Friday, July 20, 2007 7:27 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/20/20077:26:50 AM. Name: treonta Field~ Home Phone: ~39.564,16601 Home Address: ~63 14th St. Nwj City: !Naplesl Zip Code: 1341201 Phone Numbers Fax: 1866.334.14961 Business: ~39.564. 16601 e-Mail Address:~eonta!aiearthlink.ne~ Work Place: !Ramsey Inc Environmental Consultin~ How long have you lived in Collier County: B Have you ever beeu convicted of any offense against the law? IIi2I !Not Indicatedl Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: IRURAL LANDS STEWARDSHIP AREA] Category: !Not indicate~ 7/20/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 01'2 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 27 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: reasurerNice President Naples Bears Youth Sports Association Golden Gate Estates ivic Association. Road Committee Hazard Kentucky Civic Club 1998 Voted Young Women of the Year Education: !Master Degree in Education Wetlands Determination Certificat~ Ex erience: Work For Ramsey Inc Environmental Consulting for 4 years, job descriptions - Permi anager (Local, State and Ferderal), Project Manager, Land Use Specialtist- estoration Pro' ects - Miti ation Consultant and S ecialist. 7/20/2007 !ard of County Commissioners. 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602' Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 fa 28 of 71 'r: Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: f}:;~1 /7, G/h'cI/v~ Home Phone:;>] '?- J?y-t;/3/ Home Address: 3');;'0 )ft"/VI b,;-; t/e.. Zip Code: 3 .;.//:;;.. Fax No. Business Phone: '? 7 '-/,. hi -? I e-mail address: ;7 ~ 4d7..1 fJ 12<>/ <eo"'! Place of Employment: lYe?- f; J- rc/- h~mI1"NI:- M Ie/) t: (;,N<e~;//}-!70rt/ Board or Connnittee Applied for: Rvti-/.) / .!tJ,v,/~ ,)f'C""")I?~Js~;./.> .#"/7 (' A'LS'&) -- /;/f t? Category (if applicable): l-/l/V,..-.,.v/lfP/V /l /15 Example: Commission District, Developer. environmentalist., lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years 6' Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes )( Months No Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, what is that office? No .X 1'0 .X Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes If yes, please list the committeeslboards: No x . Education: .-v/'t::/! >;-... cf".J ~ Experience: "" "",*/.,J- --2 6" "'1,r't!'r/;,Y' r. "'::S.' :s"5' ~ t4..s. '/::;:5& are.. J. .--'}.vl N '~I-f;;;::r '''.(!)/'''''>' f.J,-c r'''-''''"'''S-/ Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of? Agenda ItEml IQo. 08 October 23. 2007 Page 29 of 7t tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 11 :26 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: gulfcitruscapron@earthlink.net [mailto:gulfcitruscapron@earthlink,net] Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 11:20 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/17/2007 11 :20:25 AM. Name: \Ronald J. Hammell Home Phone: ~39-481-77911 Home Address: 111250 Bienvenida Way #2011 City: 1Ft Myed Zip Code: 1339081 Phone Numbers Fax: 1863-675-80871 Business: 1863-675-1 e-Mail Address:lgUlfcitruscapron@.t~Ohba..r1fY\.a...11 .GOI'V'"'\ Work Place: IGulf Citrus Growers Associationl How long have you lived in Collier County: II] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? Itl2] Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Itl2] Board / Committee Applied for: \Rural Lands Stewardship Review Committeel Category: ~gricultural Representativel 7/18/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Agenda~~~ ~gf~ October 23, 2007 Page 30 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ ural Lands Assessment Area Oversi ht Committee Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: ~ee County Smart Growth Committee Southwest Florida Resource Conservation an evelo ment Council Education: lEA Public Relations, UFI Ex erience: gricultural industry as Executive VP and public relations Five-County Region Citrus rower Mana ement Association (Collier. Charlotte, Hendr , Lee. Glades 7/18/2007 . . Agenda Item No. 96 October 23, 2007 Page 31 of 71 DR. JAMES T. HORNER 4704 OSSABAWWAY NAPLES, FLORIDA 34119 (239)596-1339 e-mail: jim-connie@comcast.net July 09, 2007 Sue Filson, Executive Manager Collier County Commission 3301 U.S. 41E Naples, Florida 34112 Dear Ms, Filson: Attached is my application for Rural Lands Stewardship Area (RLSA) Reveiw Committee, Should you have questions, or need further infonnation, please feel free to contact me, Thank you, y~-v v' James T. Homer ttoard of County Commissione_ 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 .~,genda Item No. 9B October 23, 2007 2 of 71 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: .Ja~ T Homer Home Phone (239)596-1339 Home Address: 4704 Ossabaw Wav Naples. Florida Zip Code: 34119 Fax No. Business Phone: E~mail: jim-connie@comcast.net Place of employment: Retired University Admistratorl Professor and Army Officer Board or Committee Applied for: Rural Lands Stewardship Area (RLSA) Review Category: Lay person How long lived in Collier County? 16 vears 6 months Are you a registered voter in Collier County:...YS..2.... Do you currently hold public office? ..J:iQ... Have you been convtcted~? ~ Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? YES List the commlttes/boards:, Productivity Committee 2001-2004 concurr~t iru;!art..)Nith Rural Lands Stewardshic Committee (developed award-winning growth management....elanl and thus, (RSL.A..) r~vievv seems a natural next step, Developed _l:!nrversity prot:Jrams tor vears and aiwavs evaluafe-d resuHB. - -~- - ..- - ~- - . Please list your community activities etc. and positions held: Since 2004-Chm. Trustees (2000+ members) North Naoles Methodist Church. _II!~!!!L Directqr( 18~ homes) lsl~~c.i ~!!Ik Home~_~_~!SJ1 Finances _9_qD1_mitteeJ_Q.t!r~_Covenants Committee and Chr. Se~ q.ommjttEle. Prior toretirernerrt-President National, ,and T~easurer international professional associations. -- ..- - ----~- .--_.. -. --"-.~- - ~ - -.- .------- - .. - -~ ----.----. Education: BS MS, PhD. University of Missouri-Columbia. Post-Doctoral Michiean State University. Experience: High School and Adult Teacher- Missouri and Iowa {S years)emphasis-Ieadership, earth sciences, aariculture, economics/management. ,'In;versitv AdministratLqn ~~~_~arch and teaching (30 years)--University NC-Ral_eigh, Michigan_?~_~,_~niven;~I'l~L_____ University of Nebraska-Lmcoln-Leadershio. staff-Development, Teach~lSdu~.Q!'.h Program PlanninQ, Financial Management: Ag Extension in Nebraska, big issues rural development and zoni~. Authored scores of articles and books, plus seminars an(rpresei1tatlOns:----~ -- - - ---. -- .-- -- ..-~-~---- ----- ~till own ~_worki~~L~!'!~_!~ ~j~~_ri_.__ .Active duty in Korea, continuing to command several Reserve and National. Guard ~.!!~to r~irement!l5 L.t CoIonel.__ Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 01'2 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 33 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Friday, July 13, 200712:42 PM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: jim.howard@wachovia.com [mailto:jim.howard@wachovia.com] Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 11:32 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/13/200711:31:37 AM. Name: ~im Howardl Home Phone: ~39-514-15841 Home Address: 12253 Heritage Greens Drivel City: raplesl Zip Code: 1341191 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-598-75981 Business: 1239-591-79201 e-Mail Address:~im.howardlaJ.wachovia.coml Work Place: IWachovia Bank. NAI How long have you lived in Collier County: 15-101 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: !Not indicate~ 7113/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B October 23. 2007 Page 34 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ ~ served on the original Rural Lands Stewardship committee from 2000 to 2002,1 Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: currently serve on the Board of Directors of the Immokalee Friendship House and aye previously served on the Board of Directors of the United Way of Collier oun and the SW Florida Council of the Bo Scouts of America. Education: raduate of the University ofOkJahoma in 1979 with a degree in Business dministration, Exnerience: have spent my career working witb financial institutions, witb most of tbat time "ocusing in real estate lending, I currently manage Wachovia's Real Estate Financia Services GrouD for West Florida. 7/13/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of2 Agenda item No. 9B October 23, 2007 Page 35 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 7:48 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: rjohnson68@comcast.net [mailto:rjohnson68@comcast.net] Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 5:35 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: 7/17/20075:34:45 PM. Name: !Richard Harold Johnso~ Home Phone: ~39-455-16971 Home Address: ~80 Weber Blvd N,I City: !Naplesl Zip Code: 1341201 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-657-29671 Business: ~39-657-55351 e-Mail Address:~iohnson68rQ)comcast.ne~ Work Place: ISunniland Grovcsl How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !rural lands stewardship arca review committeel Category: Iland owener in the RLSAI 7/18/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Ite1n No. 9B October 23, 2007 Page 36 of 71 Do you currcntly hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list your community activities: I Education: !B.S. Construction Tcehnology from Eastern Kentucky Univ.1 7/18/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No, 9B' October 23, 2007 Page 37 of 71 filson_s ' From: TJONES@BARRONCOLLlER.COM Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2007 5:33 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: 9/19/2007 5:32:35 PM. Name: trHOMAS JONEs! Home Phone: 1239-353-10891 Home Address: 13290 7TH AVE Nw\ City: !NAPLESI Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-403-68081 Business: 1239-262-2600\ e-Mail Address: [rJONES(a)BARRONCOLLIER.COMj Work Place: !Barron Collier Companie~ How lon~ have you lived in Collier County: /more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense a~ainst tbe law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: ~andownerl Do you currently bold public offfice? IH2I Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: ast of 951 Horizon Committee Previous- Water Man ement Adviso Education: lBs - Universitv of Marvland MBA - Florida Gulf Coast Universitvl 9/20/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B Octoher 23,2007 Page 38 of 71 9/20/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page] of2 Agenda Item No. 8B Octo her 23, 2007 Page 39 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Saturday, July 14, 2007 8:57 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: andrewm@Conservancy,org [mailto:andrewm@Conservancy,orgj Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 5:42 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 App]ieation was received on: 7/13/20075:41:33 PM. Name: !Andrew Scott McElwainel Home Phone: ~39-272-55651 Home Address: 1]690 Birdie Drivel City: Naplesl Zip Code: 134]201 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: ~39-403-42]01 e-Mail Address: landre'WlliiG)Conservancy.orgl Work Place: IConservancy of Southwest Florid~ How long have you lived in Collier CountJ': [!]] Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: \Rural Land Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: !Not indicatedl 7/] 6/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 98 Octoher 23. 2007 Page 40 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: of Southwest Florida Chairman, Environmental Resources Trus Education: .S., Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA M.A., George Mason University, airfax, VA B.A., Duke Universi , Durham, NC Ex erience: resident, Conservancy of Southwest Florida, current. President, Pennsylvania nvironmental Council, 1999-2005 Director of Environment Programs, The Heinz ndowments, 1993-1999 Consultant, The Conservation Fund, 1991-93 Legislative ssistant and Subcommittee Staff Director, U ,S. Senator John Heinz, 1985-1990 Also served as Adjunct Faculty at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon niversity, former Board member of; Pennsylvania Wildlife Federation, Western ennsylvania Conservancy, Great Lakes Protection Fund, Sustainable Energy Fund 0 entral Pennsylvania, Dollar Energy Fund, Poconos Environmental Education Center ennsylvania Organization of Watersheds and Rivers, and a former member of the enns lvania De aliment of Environmental Protection's Citizens Adviso Council. 7/16/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda Item No. 9B October 23, 2007 re6Ls1fjl~'if4J 6.,7-5 filson_s -, ~rom: bigislandbill@aol.com .>ent: Friday, October 05, 2007 2:50 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: 10/5/20072:50:28 PM. Name: !william L. McDaniel, Jr.1 Home Phone: ~39-253-l6l71 Home Address: 17000 Bi~ Island Ranch Roadj City: /Naple~ Zip Code: IE!:!2l Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-455-663~ Business: 1239-455-12181 e-Mail Address: /bi~islandbill(Q)aoLcoml Work Place: [Big Island Excavatin~, Inc.1 How IonR have you lived in Collier County: \more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense a~ainst the law? IEI2I Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Rural Land Stewardship Review Committe~ Category: /Not indicated! Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ lEast of951 Infrastructure and Services Horizon Study Public Participation Master Committee: Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: orkscrew Island Nei hborhood Association: Presiden Education: k:ollege: Maioring in Accounting and Computers. minor in Economics.! 10/5/2007 rl.U.".l~UIY L.JUWU rl.PPU\.<a.UVll - .lae;'I;; ..Vl.. in Accoun Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B October 23, 2007 Page 42 of 71 Ex erience: eal Estate Broker since 1987 Excavation Contractor since 199 10/5/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Agenda~rJN\ M~~ October 23, 2007 Page 43 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 11 :05 AM To: luckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: amegrath@landplanningsolutions.us [mailto: amegrath@landplanningsolutions.us] Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 10:48 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/17/200710:48:27 AM. Name: (Allison Delaine Megrath) Home Phone: ~39-455-51541 Home Address: 14290 14th Street NE/ City: !Naplesl Zip Code: 1341201 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-455-51541 Business: 1239-304-68371 e-Mail Address: larnegrathla1landplanningsolutions, usl Work Place: !Land Planning Solutions. Inc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: B Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board I Committee Applied for: !Rural Land Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: !Not indicated! 7/18/2007 Advisory Board Application . . PaGe 2 of2 Agenda lIEi'm No. 913 October 23. 2007 Page 44 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: to become Chair of the Promised Lands Section of the Florida Chapter of the America lanning Association (Angust 2007-2009) (held Vice-Chair position from 2004-2007) _ arent Teacher Organization (PTO) Liaison to the Board of Directors for Christ ommunity Lutheran School- 2007-2008 and 2005-2006 Church School Leader, anderbilt Presb terian Church Education: achelor of Arts (Hons.) in Urban Studies University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, anada 1993 Ex erience: Professional Land Use Planner since 1993 - member of American Institute of Certified lanners (AICP) - Worked as a planner in both public and private sectors throughout areer in Canada, Florida and North Carolina - Started own consulting firm in Naples Land Planning Solutions}in March 2007 - Previously cmployed at WilsonMiller, aples office, in Rural Land Stewardship Business Unit from January 2005 - March ~007 - while at WiIsonMiller involved in drafting Ave Maria Stewardship Receiving ea document, assisted team with S1. Lucie County RLSA establishment and project anager for Highlands County RLSA at Blue Head Ranch - after leaving WilsonMiller d at elient's request, remain as project manager for Highlands County Rural Land Stewardship Area at Blue Head Ranch - experienced in all other aspects ofland Imming, zoning and pemlitting (rezonings. Developments of Regional Impact. omprehensive Plan Amendments, site development plans and amendments, variances, and severances, ermittin'. etc.) 7/18/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda Item No. 96 October 23, 2007 Page 45 of 71 filson_s '~From: millymercado@yahoo.com Sent: Monday, September 24, 20078:32 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 9/24/20078:32:14 AM. Name: !Mildred Mercado! Home Phone: ~B9-304-01761 Home Address: 12965 Garland Roa~ City: iNaple~ Zip Code: ~41171 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-304-20051 Business: j239-304-017~ e-Mail Address:lmillymercado(a.)yahoo.com! Work Place: ISeaside Properties of South Florida, Inc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: [!QI Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? IB.2I Are you a registcred voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: iNot indicate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or cver served on a Collier County Board or Committec? ~ Please list our communi activities: ember of NAB OR and Golden Gate Area Civic Associatio Education: IArts and Graphic Design Degree from New York City Technical College and Florida Licensed Real 9/24/2007 Advisory Board Application !Estate Agent: . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item N~, 98 October 23, 007 r'age 40 of 71 Ex erience: Director: Reader Mail- Hearst Corporation OwnerlDesigner: Milly Tech Graphics, Inc. Custo ome Designer/Sales: Southwest Florida Builders, Inc. Real Estate Agent: Seaside Properties of South Florida, Inc. 9/24/2007 Advisory Board Application . . PMe I of2 Agenda Item No. 8es' October 23. 2007 Page 47 of 71 filson_s "rom: mercerlife@yahoo,com Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 20071:05 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: 9/19120071:05:08 PM. Name: !Richard B. Mercerj Home Phone: 1239-353-29051 Home Address: 1385 7th St. swJ City: !Naple~ Zip Code: /341171 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: 1239-691-20181 e-Mail Address:lmercerlife(Qjyahoo.coml Work Place: IRick Mercer - Real Estate Consultan~ How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardshipj Category: !Not indjcate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ our communi activities: e Cub Scouts Church Youth Pro aIll Education: IBs Civil Engineering - Pacific Western Universitvl 9/19/2007 Advisory Board Application . . . . Page 2 of2 Aqenda Item No, 98' . October 23, 2007 Page 48 of 71 Ex erience: ver 25 years in the real estate industry in various capacities. Civil engineer, developer, builder, orumltant. Formal resume u on re uest. 9/19/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Agenda ~t~~ ~oot~ October 23, 2007 Page 49 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Friday, July 20, 20077:46 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: nanceg@earthlink.net [mailto:nanceg@earthlink.net] Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2007 8:13 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: 7/19/20078:13:25 PM. Name: trimothy L. Nancel Home Phone: ~39-455-22831 Home Address: !PO Box 9901291 City: lNaplesl Zip Code: ~4116-60611 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-455-58711 Business: 1239-641-54141 e-Mail Address:~ancegla>earthlink.ne~ Work Place: /Gargiulo, Inc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: pnore than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: iRLSA Review Committeel Category: lNot indicatedl 7/20/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 50 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ IcAC Collier County MPO East of951 Committe~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: resident: Golden Gate Estates Area Civic Assoc, Board Member: Frangipani Ag ommunity Civic Assoc. Volunteer Poll Worker Collier County Volunteer: Collie oun Public Schools Education: A University of Florida/ Chemistry, Pol.Science BS University of Florida orticulture UF Certificate Holder; Environmental Studies Experience: ~O+ Years Agribusiness Managemen~ 7/20/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda Item ~jo. 9S- October 23. 2007 Page 51 of 71 filson_s .- From: tnemecek@enaplesflorida.com Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 3:04 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 9/28/2007 3:04:20 PM. Name: trammie J. Nemecek! Home Phone: 1239-348-32511 Home Address: 1920 16th Avenue NEi City: iNaple~ Zip Code: ~41201 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-263-60211 Business: j239-263-898~ e-Mail Address:ltnemecek(a.)enaplesflorida.coml Work Place: \Economic Development Council of Collier CountY! How long have you lived in Collier County: /more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? Iy e~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committe~ Category: iNot indicatedj Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: ammie Nemecek currently serves as president and CEO of the Economic Development Council of Collier County (EDC). She has been with the EDC since 1994, serving in various capacities throughout er tenure, including membership, operations, research, business retention & recruitment and industry pecialist for the biomedical & information technology industries. In her capacity as president, she is 9/28/2007 Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 - - ,.. . - . -Agenda Item No, 9 . . esponsible for the creation ~etention of high wage, knowledge-ba jobs throughol1L~ieI'3, 200 ounty, including the communities of Naples, Immokalee, Marco Island, Golden Gate and ~@ad6s ity. The Economic Development Council of Collier County is a private, not-for-profit corporation. In 1997, a Public/private Partnership for Economic Diversification was established with the Collier ounty Board of Commissioners. Since that time, the EDC has assisted businesses in the creation and etention of over 3,000 jobs with a direct economic impact of over $200 million. Originally from leveland, Ohio, T=ie moved to Naples in 1973. She attended Eckerd College and Hodges niversity and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in management. She served as administrator for the ifth Avenue Business Association in 1995, during the redevelopment of Naples downtown Main Street, in addition to her more than 10 years of service with the EDC. Tammie currently serves on the Stakeholder's Council for Enterprise Florida and is on the board of the Economic Development oundation, Florida Economic Development Council, Florida Heartland Rural Economic Development 'tiative, Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board, Gulf Coast Venture Forum and Southwest Florida Regional Development Corporation. Tammie was recognized in 2003 by Gulfshore usiness Magazine and in 2007 by Gulf Coast Business Review as one of Southwest Florida's 40 der 40 top executives. In addition, ABW A recogni7~d T=ie Nemecek in 2005 for her business eadership as part of the national Women in History celebration and she was also recognized in 2005 y Florida Trend for her efforts to attract new industry to the Florida Tradeport in Immokalee. In 2006, odges University selected her to receive their Founders A ward, an honor annually conferred upon a odges University graduate who haS provided outstanding and distinguished service to Collier and Lee ounties. In 2007, Tammie received the Women of Achievement award from the American ssociation of University Women. T=ie is a 2005 graduate of Leadership Collier and a member of eadership Florida's Class of XXV. She is an advocate for collaborative relationships between indus and education and creating a "community of opportunity" for Collier County. T=ie has three hildren: Zac , Blake and L ndi. Education: lB.s. Management, Hodges University 9/28/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 53 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 10:37 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: rnino@vanday.com [mailto:rnino@vanday.com] Sent: Friday, July 13, 20079:57 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/13/2007 9:56:35 AM. Name: !Ronald F.Ninol Home Phone: ~39-495-l4991 Home Address: ~3 5th Stree~ City: [Bonita Springsl Zip Code: 1341341 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-436-46361 Business: ~39-437-46011 e-Mail Address: Imino{a)vanday .con~ Work Place: ~anasseDay]or.LLPI How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IYesl Board 1 Committee Applied for: [Rural Lands Stewardshipl Category: !Not indicatedl 7113/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 96 October 23, 2007 Page 54 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list your community activities: /Nonel Education: !Bachelor and 2 masters, Mich. state Univ.1 Ex erience: rofessional communit 7/13/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 9B October 23, 2007 Page 55 of 71 filson_s "rom: joh n, pinholster@kraflconstruction,com Sent: Friday, September 21, 2007 2:25 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: 9/21/20072:24:31 PM. Name: ~ohn Pinholste~ Home Phone: ~39-649-87151 Home Address: 11969 7th Street sl CitY: iNaple~ Zip Code: ~41021 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-435-382~ Business: 1239-280-29051 e-Mail Address:~ohn.pinholster@)kraftconstruction.coml Work Place: !Kraft Construction Company. Inc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: 13-41 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IYe~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: IRLSA Review Committe~ Category: iNot 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: oard Member - Eonomic Development Council Leadership Florida - Member (previous Board ember) Young Presidents Organization - Member Central Florida Leukemia and Lymphoma Society eam in Training BOD - Walt Disney Memorial Cancer Institute BOD - Heart of Florida United Way aD - Leadership Orlando Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees Vice Chair for Design Arts 9/21/2007 Advisory Board Application . Division - United Wa Arm.am m Arnold Palmer National Ad. Page 2 of2 Agen<=Ja Item No, 9 Council October 23, 200 Page 5b 01 f1 Education: eorgia Institute of Technology - Masters of Science in Civil Engineering, Construction Managemen lorida Institute of Technolo - Bachelors of Science in Ocean En ineerin EXDerience: ohn has more than 23 years of experience in aU aspects of the construction industry, in addition tc xperience as a design engineer and owners representative. John is currently the President of Kraft Construction Companv, Inc. 9/21/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page I of2 Agenda Item No. 98' October 23, 2007 Page 57 of 71 filsoo_s From: Janice_Siegel@doh,state,fl,us Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 11 :01 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 9/1312007 11:00:43 AM. Name: ~anice H. Siege!l Home Phone: ~50-05131 Home Address: ~895 Randall Blvd! City: iNap]esl Zip Code: 1341201 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: 1774-823]1 e-Mail Address:~aniceSiege!(a.)doh.state.f1.u~ Work Place: !Department ofHealthj How long have you lived in Collier County: [!QI Have you ever been couvicted of any offense against tbe law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: !Rural lands stewardship/ Category: !Not indicatecJj Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: perform outreach for the health department as the "Tooth Fairy". I have been in health care since 1975. I have held many positions within my professional organizations from local to national. I present o local ora anizations on the to ic of the medica] - dental re]ationshi within the oralls stemic link. 911312007 Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 . . Agenda Item No, 913' Education: October 23, 2007 s a registered dental hygienist my education is varied. Beginning in education and psycho 61 ,m' f 71 lrst degree was in dental hygiene. I hold a BS in Health Arts and am a current Master's candidate in erontolo at FGCU. Ex erience: have lived in Florida since 1975 from the "Keys" to Tallahassee. I have watched the changes an ave witnessed the efforts to . de owth. It is time for me to ive back. 9113/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of? Agenda Item No, flB October 23, 2007 Page 59 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Saturday, July 07,20079:16 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: Neno@naples.net [mailto:Neno@naples.net] Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2007 7:44 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory 80ard Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 717120077:43:43 AM. Name: lNeno J. Spagna, DPA, AICpl Home Phone: ~39-455-2l681 Home Address: 13850 27 Avenue swI City: lNaplesl Zip Code: 1341171 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: I e-Mail Address:lNeno(a.)naples.ne~ Work Place: k:;ity of Naples, Florid~ How long have you lived in Collier County: ~ore than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: !Not indicatcdl 7/9/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Ilem No, 9B October 23. 2007 Page 60 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ oilier County Rural Lands Area Assessment Oversight Committee Past Chairman, oilier County Airport Authority Past Chairman, Collier County Water and Wastewate uthority Collier County Fair Board Collier County Citizens Advisory Committee. valuation and Review Committee, Chairman. Housin Committee Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: olden Gate Citizen of the Year 2004 Past President, Golden Gate Estates Area Civic ssociation Chairman, Naples Preserve Program Committee Past Chairman, Golden ate Fire and Rescue District Education: Doctor of Public Administration, Nova University 1978 A.S., Urban Manaagement an dministration, Manatee Junior College, 1975, Summa Cum Laude M.S. Urban and egional PlaIlliing, Universidad del Valle, Cali Colombia, 1966 (Organization of erican States Scholarship) M.S. Geography, University of Tennessee, 1954 M,S. iolo ,Universi of Miami, 1954 Exnerience: ::urrently Employed by City of Naples 1980 to 2000, President, Florida Urban Institute, (Private Planning Consultant) 1973-1979, Planning Director, Collier County, Florida 1966-1973, Planning Director, Manatee County, Florida 1956-1966, Planning Director, Hollvwood, Florida 7/9/2007 Advisory Board Application . . filson_s Page I of2 Agenda Item No, 98 October 23. 2007 Page 61 of 71 -rom: mtaylor@collierenterprises.com Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 9:29 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 9/13/20079:28:31 AM. Name: !Michael O. TaylOlj Home Phone: 1239-389-2532/ Home Address: 1109 Morning Star Cayl City: lNaple~ Zip Code: 1341141 Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-657-5297\ Business: 1239-657-51331 e-Mail Address:lmtaylor(a.)collierenterprises.coml Work Place: !collier Enterprises Management, Inc.1 How long have you lived in Collier County: \more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: !Rural Lands Stewardship Review Committee! Category: !Not indkatedj Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ I.Collier County Environmental Advisory Board 1980 2.Collier County Soil & Water Conservation oard 1979 Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: oard of Directors Immokalee Chamber of Commerce - Immokalee Rotary Club and Naples Chamber f Commerce - Leadershi Collier ro 9/13/2007 Advisory Board Application - Education: luniverstity ofFlorida B.S. Degree in Agricultur~ . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No, 96' October 23,2007 Page 62 of 71 Ex erience: ong time resident of Collier County. Managed large Agricultural operations of Citrus, cattle and egetable farming. Manage and oversee large land holdings in Collier and Hendry county. Recently ppointed by Florida Govenor Crist to the Florida Citrus Commission. Participated in the Rural Lan Stewardship Program through public imput. Knowledgeable in the Rural Lands program and its otential for Ion term otection of the environment and rivate ro e ri hts. 911 3/2007 ..&;0..."":. ~",.~~. -'.._, ttoard of County commissioner' 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No. 9B October 23, 2007 P 63 of 71 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: Thomas M. Tavlor Home Phone: 239-514-0896 Home Address: 481 Carica Rd. Zip Code: 34108 Fax No. 239-254-2098 Business Phone: 239-254-2000 e-mail address: tomtavloriWhmene:.com Place of Employment: Hole Montes lne. Board or Committee Applied for: Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committee Category (if applicable): Ene:ineer and Landowner Example: Commission Distrir:t, Developer, environmentalist, lay person, ete. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years 23 Months J! Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes X No Do you currently hold public office? Ycs _ No X If so, wbat is that office? Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes NoX Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier Count)' board or committee? Yes X No_ If yes, please list the committees/boards: Oriainal Gro",th Management Plan Committee Please list your commuuity activities (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. and positious held: Currcnt: YMCA Board of Trustees - Chair Elect; Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Board: FGCU School of Engineering Board of Advisors: CREW Trust Board. Past: Economic Development Council Board: Collier County Fair Board. United Way Board: Lcadership Collier Class I: Leadership Southwest Florida: Leadership_ Florida Class XVI Education: Bachelor of Science. Environmental Ene:ineerine:, University of Florida 1979 Experience: Mv professional exoerience as an em!incer in Collier County for more than 23 vears should be helpful as a committee memher, As a General Partner of Lake Trafford Ranch (formerly Pepper Ranch). a 2500 acre property near lmmokalee, I have specific experience with the RLSA pro?ram. Our Ranch is one of three landowners that have applied for and obtained Stewardship Credits from Collier County, Pleose attach any additional injortl'Ultion you/eel pertinent This app/i.cution should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Ex<<uttve Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL 34112. /fyou wish,pleasefaxyour application to (239) 774-3602 or e-mail to suefilson(ii)~oUiert!Ol'.neL Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizens of Collier CountY. Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of2 ,'\genda Item No. 96 October 23 2007 Page 64 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 12:42 PM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: fntjr@aol.com [mailto:fntjr@aol.com] Sent: Friday, July 13, 200711:41 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/13/200711:41:04 AM. Name: \Fred N. Thomas Jr.1 Home Phone: ~39-657-54471 Home Address: 11205 Orchid Ave.1 City: ~rnn1okale~ Zip Code: /34142-28301 Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: ~39-657-81811 e-Mail Address: ~ntjr(a)aol.con~ Work Place: IRetiredl How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IY d Board / Committee Applied for: jRural Lands Stewardship Area Review Comm.1 Category: !Not indicatedl 7/13/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Page 65 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ mmokalee CRA Advisory, IMPVC, CAC of MPO,Immokalee Water and Sewe oard ~e~ou currently or ever served on a CoIlier County Board or Committee? Please list our communi activities: ast President or Chair of: Immokalee Rotary, Immokalee Chamber 0 ommerce, CCPC. IMPVC. Education: jB.A. Psychology! 7/13/2007 -. .~ . . . ;,~ - .L\genda Item No, 9B October 23. 2007 Page 66 of 71 Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: ftL~'b N. ----r;+OA-\A.,S S~ HomePhone: Z3 J 6s""? s.-cf.~7 Home Address: /ZOS;- O~c.thjJ Ave. Zip Code: 3i-/<f2.- 2-[l-,gO Fax No. Business Phone: Z-:J C; 65-7 .?/~mail address: ?/f./r oS ~ @ A ~ . C Cvft R-~ r; nA. b Place of Employeement: Board or Committee Applied for. p'lf'a f J'i r,d S 3j?~p.rds;'y ~~~'V/~~ '} / Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District, Developer, environmeotalia:. ..,. perIOD. ete. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years / i; Months ~ No / / 7 Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes Do you currently hold public office? Yes If so, ",Iult Is that office? No Have you eiilr b~viCted of asy offense against the Law? Tfy... ""phin: , ( -?~, c.... I,/" No Yes /' No Do you now serve. or have you ever served, on . Collier COUllty board or committee? Y cs If yes, please list the committeeslboards: S~€. [<:"6. ~ d,..,L Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborhood association.. etc. and positions beld: .s~~ R.~ <..J "I..<z... Education: (SA N o.eIa'--~ S74~ (f f S; 'r cffo La C }..J Experience: ~(/M,Ft.. SH. Pit!tIM tIitizdt IUIY IIIId.itU1tud iIIftmlUltibll Jl'fH'/M pntiJr.ent. This qpliatiDII w.u be jI1t"WfUYIetJ tD s.e FIbunt,. ~ Mturqer to rlteBDard DfCountyCOIJUIIinloItDS, 3301 &ut T...w..i T7'ltI4NIlpks,FL 3.112. IfJ'DII wi.~"pU.ufltxJNHUIlf'pac.m..,. (239)774-3681 ore-#IUIiJ iii suefilslJ~ollU!1'1!'tJ"'lId. TJuzuy"'f/}r~g UJ UIW IIae t:!iIJuM bfC.DUr~. . -. . -.Fred N. Thomas, Jr. Agel1dC~l\-I~pf ~B October 23, 2007 Page 67 of 71 Fred N. Thomas, Jr. BCB Board Member AREA: Immokalee CURRENT TERM: June 5,. 1998 - March 3, 2004 O_ALLY APPOINTED: June 5, 1998 APPOINTED BY: Governor Lawton Chiles BIJn'HPl.ACI!: New York. City, NY EDUCATION: B.A. Norfolk State University, Norfolk VA OCCUPATION: Retired ADDRESS: 1205 Orchid Avenue, Immokalee, R. 34142 PHKJNE:239-6S7-8181 EMAlL: fntjr@aol,corTl/l'ntJr@sfwmd.gov PROFESSIONAL AND aUSINESS Al'FlUAnoNS: . Governor's Advisory on Farmworker Affairs Chair . Immokalee Rotary Member and Past President . Immokalee Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Past President Recltands Christian Migrant Association Board of Directors . lake Trafford Task Force . Big Cypress Wildlife Institute Board Member . Florida Assodation of HouSing and Redevelopment Officials Member and Past President . National Assodation of Housing and Redevelopment Officials . Norfolk State Alumni Association Omega PsI Phi Fraternity . Immokalee Main Street Past PreSident . Immokalee Enterprise Zone Clair . Collter County Planning Commission Past Chairman . Immokalee Foundation Vice President . Leadership Collier aass ot 1992 Leadership Southwest Florida September 8-11, 1993 . Leadership Ronda Oass XVII . Collier County Affordable Housing Commission . Collier County Sher1tT's Commission . NAACP, Collier County Executive Commtttee . National RJne Association ute Member home (text version) II Back to Di2Cvnress Basin Pal!cl[ &Mait r who to contact. site map. search' webmasrer . site design. home http://www.sfwmd.gov/org/bcb/3_thomas.html L 10/22/04 , ~ . . Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 rcvtL O(o2Dl Agenda Item No. 98 October 23, 2007 Paoe 68 of 71 Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: PCl!l!V E. Whitbeck Home Phone: 239- 353-2367 Home Address: 1450 Kapok Street city: Naples Zip Code: 34117 Fax No. 239-594-9566 Business Phone: 239-594-9770 e-mail address: pe!!!!Y.whitbeckuilironstonebank.com or peewbitbeliVaol.com Place of Employment: IronStone Bank Board or Committee Applied for: RURAL LANDS STEWARDSHIP AREA (RLSA) REVIEW CClolHI~TEE Category (if applicable): Eumple: Commission Diltrict, Developer, eaviroDmcDtalist.lay prnoo, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years: 21 Months Are you a registered voter io Collier County: Yes _X_ No Do you currently hold public office? Yes_ No _X_ I( so, what is that office'! Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No X Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes Jfyes,. please list tbe committeeslboards: Jim Coletta's Civic Advisory Committee No Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. and positious held: President, Secretary, and Treasurer of Frangipani Ag Community Civic Association, currently serviog as Treasurer; Past Treasurer and current Secretary of Golden Gate Area Estates Civic Association; Past Treasurer of the Golden Gate Chamber; Past Board Member of the Naples Kiwanis Club; Member of Jim Coletta's Civic Advisory Committee; Cleveland Technical Society. Many other volunteer activities that are too numerous to mention, i.e. Adopt a Precioct Clerk for 2006 eIection and agaio Clerk for the 2008 Election. Education: Many years of education in Chemical Indnstry, Computer Industry, and Financial Industry. Experience: 15 years of Research and Development for Sherwin William, 6 years of Computer development, 19 years of Banking and Fioancial Plannm\! . . Agenda Item No, 9B October 23, 2007 Paoe 69 of 71 PI."., attDeh ""y tuId/IiDnaI Info_ _fm pertinem. This opp/koIUm s_ be fo""",*" to Sue FrIsutJ, Ex=ltive M--" to the Botud ofOmmy o.mmissWners, 3301 Etut TomiIutrI TnI11, Nap/4, FL 34112. If yoM ....h, pkm'flDC yoM' tlJ'p1icIItUJn to (239) 7744602 or e-mail to...udi/sortOJcollieN!lw.net. TlttUlk youfor volunteering to serve the citizms of Collier County. Advisory Board Application . . Page 1 of2 Agenda Item No. 96 October 23. 2007 Page70 of 71 tuckersam From: filson_s Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 8:26 AM To: tuckersam Subject: FW: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted From: davewolfley@aOl.com [mailto:davewolfley@aol.com] Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 8:26 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/11/20078:25:34 AM. Name: \Dave Wolfleyl Home Phone: ~39-455-61l61 Home Address: /4250 - 1 st Ave. Nwj City: lNaplesl Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-352-2l 001 Business: ~39-216-25851 e-Mail Address:~avewolf1eYlwao1.coml Work Place: !Retire~ How long have you lived in Collier County: ~ore than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IYesl Board 1 Committee Applied for: /Rural Lands Stewardship Area Review Committeel Category: !Not indicatedl 7/11/2007 Advisory Board Application . . Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 98 October 23, 2007 Page 71 of 71 Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ ~ollier County Planning Commission! Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IYesl Please list our communi activities: oilier Rotary Club - President Elect Golden Gate Civic Assn. - Former Jim Coletta ivic Advisory Group Naples Area Chamber of Commerce - Former CBIA - Forme DC - Former Education: [Aims College - Greeley, CO Colorado School of Mines - Golden, col Ex erience: y former position with Time Warner Cable allowed me direct contact with evelopers, home builders, land owners, county staff and elected officials; that couple ith my term on the Planning Commission, and many community activities, provides e with reat insi ht as to the future rowth of Collier Coun . 7/11/2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No, 9C October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 7 .- APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE COLLIER COUNTY CITIZENS CORPS OBJECTIVE: To confirm the appointment of a member to fulfill the remainder of a vacant term representing the Sheriffs Office, expiring on November 5, 2009 to the Collier County Citizens Corps. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Citizens Corps is an 1] member committee that was established on November 5, 2002 by Ordinance No. 02-56 to provide information to the citizens of Collier County and to act as a coordinating agency for the enhancement of activities that support emergency services, law enforcement and disaster prevention, preparedness and response. The committee will assist in the recruitment of volunteers by publicizing and expanding existing community programs such as: Medical Reserve, Neighborhood Watch, Community Emergency Response Teams, Volunteers In Police Service & othcr public safety and law enforcement prograIl1s. They will also facilitate communication between Collier County & State & Federal agencies on mitigation activities as well as to enable Collier County to identiry outside resources sueh as grants, training opportunities and equipment. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Captain Nancy L. Reed (representing the Sheriffs Offtce) resigned on September 7, 2006. A letter was received from Sheriff Don Hunter on October 9, 2007 recommending that: Lt. George Welch ~, be appointed to fulfill the remainder of the vacant term representing the Sheriffs Office. ATTENDANCE: Lt. Welch has been attending meetings (in a non-official) capacity for the last year, FISCAL IMP ACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, confirm the appointment ofLt. George Welch representing the Sheriffs office, and direct the County Attorncy to prcpare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson. Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 23, 2007 - Page I of I Agenda Item No. 9C October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 7 COLLIER COUNTY BOARO OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 9C Item Summary: Meeting Date: Appointment of member to the Collier County Citizens Corps. 10/23/20079:0000 AM Prepared II)' Sue Filson Executive Manager to the Bee Date Board of County Commissioners BGG Office AplJroved By James V. Mudd County Manager Date Board of County Comnlissione,'$ COU1lty Managor's Offi';e 10113/200711:32 AM Agenda item No 9C October 23, 2007 Page 3 of 7 SHERIFF DON HUNTER. COLLIER COUNTY 3301 Tamiami Trail East, Bldg - J, Naples, FL 34112-4902 (239) 774-4434 www.coliiersheriff.org September 20, 2007 Citizen's Corps Collier County Government Center 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, Florida 341]2 REF: Lt. George Welch Dear Citizen's Corps Board Members: Lt. George Welch is a distinguished and valued member of the Collier County Sheriff's Office, who has performed several different duty assignments over his tenure of service as an experienced law enforcement officer. In addition, his twenty years in the Air Force Reserves illustrate his high level of energy and his tenacity to complete projects in a timely manner. His competence and organizational skills will be quickly noticed when working with a group or committee. I support Lt. Welch's desire to be considered as a member of the Citizen's Corps. Assisting the public and citizenry is a major personal strength that George will demonstrate if provided the opportunity. Having witnessed his interactions with other organizations, George is a "go to" person for getting tasks finalized. If there are questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me, DH:SS/mc cc: F ile- We1chCitizemCorpsLetter-912007/hq/41 0 '> __. _~S.i~~~relY' n.-~~.. r- " 0 "H~oriff Collier c~unj Florida "The duty of the Collier County Sheriff's Office Is to preserve and protect the lives, property and constitutional guarantees of all persons," lJ'h [~ ~~ . filson_s Page I of I Agenda Item No, 9C October 23, 2007 Page 4 of 7 Advisory Board Application From: gnrsss2001@yahoo.com Sent: Wednesday, December 20,20061 :14 PM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Application was received on: 12/20/2006 I: 14: I 0 PM. Name: Iaeorge E. Welch IIII Home Phone: ~39-455-24391 Home Address: 1241 8th Street S.E.! City: !Naple~ Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: I Business: 1239-793-94451 e-Mail Address:ignrsss200l(a.)yahoo.com) Work Place: !collier County Sheriffs Offic~ How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? IE!2I Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IY e~ Board / Committee Applied for: !collier County Citizen Corps Advisory Committeel Category: !Not indicated! Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: en Leader in Cub Scouts, 2001-2004 Various Coachin sitions at BCHS 1997-199 Education: High School Diploma - BCHS 1983 Associates Degree (Criminal Justive) - Edison College Currently enrolled aI1d attending classes at International College of Naples towards a BS degree in Criminal Justice 12/20/2006 Collier County Citizens Corps Agenda Item No, 9C October 23,2007 Page 5 of 7 Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Russell D. Rainey 3725 Montreux Lane, #104 Naples, FL 34114 E-Mail: rrainey@swfla.rr.com District: Category: Community Emergency Response Team CERT 430-0214 11101105 12/12/06 Ms. Deborah Horvath 596-6868 3060 Round Table Lane 775-8668 Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: deborahhorvath@hotmail.com District: I Category: American Red Cross 11105/02 12/12/06 Captain Alejandro Castillo 775-9447 01/10/06 328 Lambton Lane 455-6684 12/12/06 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: Alejandro_Castillo@USS.salvationarmy.org District: 3 Category: Salvation Army Mr. Floyd R. Chapin 228 Selina Drive, #12 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: schapin43@aol.com District: 3 Category: Collier Emergcncy Response Volunteers CERV 353-5006 11/01/05 12/12/06 Mr. Douglas E. Porter 1650 Mullet Court Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: dporterl43@comcast.net District: 4 Category: Civil Air Patrol CAP 11101105 417-9890 12/12/06 '. """~.~",,-.::- ~.,:,:., Thursday. December 14,2006 ._",.~.." Page 1 oJ3 11105106 11/05/10 11/05/06 11/05/1 0 11/05/06 11105/1 0 11105/09 11/05/10 11105106 11/05/1 0 I Year 4 Years 4 Years 4 Years -I Year 4 Years 4 Years 4 Years 1 Year 4 Years Collier County Citizens Corps Agenda Item No, 9C October 23, 2007 Page 6 of7 Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. James H. Elson 860-0009 11105102 680 8th Avenue, South 434-2652 12/12/06 Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: jelsonl@comcast.net District: 4 Category: Collier County Veterans Council Mr. Reginald A. Buxton, II 572-0051 10/14/03 11806 Quail Village Way 514-2371 11101/05 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: nnjournal@swfla.rr.com District: 3 Category: Business & Industry (Chamber) - ~ Mr. Jerry Sanford 597.3222 09/28/04 1347 Old Oak Lane 596-7959 11/01105 Naples, FL 34110 E-Mail: gsanford@northnaplesfire.com District: 2 Category: Collier County Fire Chiefs Association Captain Walter R. Jaskiewicz 420 South Barfield Drive Marco Island, FL 34145 E-Mail: captwrj@aol.com District: I Category: Coast Guard Auxiliary 11/05102 389-0723 11/01105 Mr. Gerald Sugarman 304-5444 01/14/03 1074 Camelot Cirele 304-5444 11101105 Naples,FL 34119 E-Mail: gerrysugie@aol.com District: 3 Category: Retired Senior Volunteer Program RSVP Thursday, Dec;;:;b~;J4, 200(j Page:1 of3 11105106 11105/1 0 11105/05 11/05/09 11105/05 11105/09 11105/05 11/05/09 11105/05 11105/09 4 Years 4 Years 2 Years 4 Years I Year 4 Years 3 Years 4 Years 3 Years 4 Years Agsnda Item No. 9C Oclober 23, 2007 Page 7 of 7 Collier County Citizens Corps Name Work Phone Home Phone Appl'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDaie Term 2nd Term Captain Nancy L. Reed . 60(".(.) 3301 E. Tamiami Trail 0'..\l ~~ Naples, FL 34112 q-,1 E-Mail: emops@coIliersheriff.org District: Category: Sheriffs Office 774-4434 I I/O 1/05 352-8863 11/05/09 4 Years This 11 member committee was established on November 5, 2002 by Ordinance No, 02- to provide Information to the citizens of Collier County and to act as a coordinating agency for the enhancement of activities that support emergency services, law enforcement and disaster prevention, preparedness and response. The committee will assist in the recruitment of volunteers by publicizing and expanding existing community programs such as: Medical Reserve, Neighborhood Watch, Community Emergency Response Teams, Volunteers In Police Service & other public safety and law enforcement programs. They will also facilitate communication between Collier County & State & Federal agencies on mitigation activities as well as to enable Collier County to identify outside resources such as grants, training opportunities and equipment. FL STAT President through the Office of Homeland Security Staff: Jim von Rinteln, Emergency Management Department: 774-8444 Thursday, December 14. 2006 Pagd of 3 Agenda Item No, 90 October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 19 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMISSION OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to serve a 3 year term, expiring on October 1,2010, to the Affordable Housing Commission. CONSIDERA T1ONS: The Affordable Housing Commission is a 9 member committee created by Ordinance 91-65 as amended to monitor the implementation of the Affordable Housing Task Force's recommendations, and the goals, objectives, and policies of the Housing Elements of the County's Gro\Vth Management Plan and the City's Comprehensive Plan; investigate the feasibility of tax increment financing for infi'astructure for site development of affordable housing for low income households; develop means or mechanisms to encourage a voluntary program in which Realtors, and other holding dcposits such as escrow accounts of earnest money deposits or security for rentals would deposit these in a selected bank where such bank would contribute to the Housing Trust Fund a gift calculated on the average collected balance for the month; investigate a plan for any linkage and inelusionary zoning recommendations; review and determine the effect of propos cd ordinances of affordable housing and make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners and the Naples City Council; and investigate any other relevant areas so directed by the Board of County Commissioners. The Board of County Commissioners will appoint 8 members, including the alternate member, two of which must live in the Rural Area (East of Collier Boulevard), and one ofthose must be a resident of lmmokalee. The City of Naples will appoint 2 members. The commission shall be comprised of members from the county-at-large, the City of Nap les- at- large, the development community, atfordablc housing providers, financial institutions, the legal profession and realtors, Terms arc 3 years. A list of the CUITcnt membership is included in the backup. The telm for Kenneth Kelly (rcprcscnting the category of Rcsiding East of951) expired on October L 2007, A press release was issued and resumes were received ij'0111 the following 4 interested citizcns: AI'PLlCAr\T CATEGORY IlIST ELECTOR AD\!. COVIM. Christine HalOS),' Jones Mongagc/Banking Industry 4 'y'cs None Rohert E. Harry, Jr, Mortgage Industry , \'es None ., Kenneth Kclly-reappt Construction'Resides Fast of 951 5 \'es Affordable Housing Commission Code Enforcement Board Molly Whalen Realtor 2 '-'0 None ATTENDANCE: Kenneth Kelly - I excuscd absence and I unexcused absence COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Kenneth Kelly - rcappointment FISCAL IMPACT: NONE "......, GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE AGenda Item No. 90 ~ October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 19 RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member, and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointment. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 23, 2007 Page I ot I Agenda Item No. 90 October 23, 20(J7 Page 3 of 19 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: D[) Item Summary: Meeting Date: AppuinllllE'nl of member 10 the Affordable Housing Cornmission. 10/23/2007 900:00 AM PrCllared By Sue Filson Executive M<lI1'1ger to tllE' BCC Date Buard of County Bce Office Cornmissiollf'rs ApllrOl'cd By James V. 1~'Lldd County Mal1af)N Date Board of County C0l1111lis!;iol1ers County Mall(1~J('r'" Office 10114/200712:44 PM P.,genja It9m No. 90 October 23, 2007 Page 4 of 19 Memorandum To: From: Date: Subject: Sue Filson, Administrative Assistant to BCC Marcy Krumbine, Director of Housing and Human Services September 14, 2007 Affordable Housing Commission The Affordable Housing Commission has received and reviewed the four applicants for one vacancy on the Commission. The Commission is recommending the appointment of the following applicants to the Affordable Housing Commission: Ken Kelley - self-employed, construction industry Ken has applied for a reappointment. During his one year on the Commission he has had one excused and one unexcused absences, Other candidates are listed below. None of these candidates meet the criteria of living east of 951. Christine Jones - mortgagelbanking industry Robert Harry - mortgage industry Molly Whalen - realtor Agenda Item No. 90 October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 19 Affordable Housing Commission Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. James AI Pusateri 4971 Carromar Drive Naples, FL 34112 B-Mail: jpusat6700@aol.com District: I Category: Attorney and Judge 02113/07 2 Years 775-7029 Mr. Stephen J. Hruby 1800 Gordon Drive Naples, FL 34102 B-Mail: shruby@architectsunlimited.com District: 4 Category: County - Architecture; Affordable Housing Dev 430-3005 430-8011 06/12/07 06/12/07 _H_ Ms. Sally A. Masters 4401 Pond Apple Drive, S. Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: TT4N@aol.com District: 3 Category: AL TERNA TE 253-1579 09111/07 592 -5853 Mr. James A. Warnken 433-5554 09/11/07 208 Silverado Drive 353-1035 Naples, FL 341I9 E-Mail: jwamken@markham-norton.com Distrid: 3 Category: Finance Ms. Esmeralda Serrata 657-3649 OS/24/05 603 Nassau Street, Apt. 4 657-5838 Immokalee, FL 34142 B-Mail: cchafl@aol.com District: 5 Category: Collier County Housing Authority ~".,"",'- ".\:<....~ .'C,-. Thursday. September 13, 200i Page] of] 10/01/09 10101/07 10101/10 4 MonthB 3 Years 10101/10 3 Years 10/01/09 2 Years 10/01/08 3 Years Aqellda Ite:-n ~~o. 90 ~ October 23, 2007 Page 6 of 19 ( Affordable Housing Commission Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. John Barlow 6~9-6380 02/13/07 10/01/10 3 Years 4351 GutfShorc Blvd., N, #19N 649-6380 Naples. FL 34]03 E-Mail: johnbarlow@lerivage.net District: 4 Category: Safelite auto Glass . J Mr, Larry H. Fleming ~)\':lY'~;if' 659-6464 05/09/06 04/18/09 3 Years 563 Park Shore Drive 0\' \ ~ ~34-2120 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: NaplesRealEst@aol.com District: 4 Category: City Mr. Cormac Giblin 6~9-4040 06/12/07 11/18/09 2 Years 770 Fountainhead Lane 649-8918 - Naples, FL 34103 ( E-Mail: CormacGiblin@w'i1sonmiller.com District: 4 Category: City of Naples Mr. Kenneth Kelly 435-0014 03/28/06 10/01/07 1 + Year ./ 4:'('!' ] 6th Street, N.E. 354-2021 1"aplcs, FL 34120 E-Mail: ken@kellvroofing.com District: 5 Category: Ro ling Contractor - Resides East of 951 Mr. Brian L. Goguen 262-2600 06/J 2/07 1 % 1/09 2 Years 6210 Golden Oaks Lane 513-0663 Naples, FL 34] 19 E-Mail: bgoguen@barroncollier.com District: 3 Category: COUNTY - Bs Mgmt, EDC, Urban Lake Institute Thursda)', September 13, 2007 Page (J Agenda Item No, 90 October 23,2007 Page 7 of 19 Affordable Housing Commission Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 9 member commission was created on July 23,1991, by Ordinance No. 91-65, to monitor the implementation of the Affordable Housing Task Force's Recommendations, and the goals, objectives, and policies of the Housing Elements of the County's Growth Management Plan and the City's Comprehensive Plan. Terms are 3 years, Amended by Ordinance No, 2005-69: the BCC will appoint 8 members, including the alternate member, two of which must live in the Rural Area (East of Collier Boulevard), and one of those must be a resident of Immokalee. The City of Naples will appoint 2 members. The commission shall be comprised of members from the county-at-Iarge, the City of Naples-at-Iarge, the development community, affordable housing providers, financial institutions, the legal profession and realtors, On 12114/04 the BCC adopted Ordinance 2004-77 to add 1 Altemate member to be appointed by the BCC. The Altemate member shall serve in a voting capacity only when a regular member is absent from a meeting. On December 13, 2005, the BCC approved Ord. No. 2005-69 changing the composition of the committee, 9 members and 1 alternate. The BCC will appoint 8 members, including the alternate (2 of which must live in the Rural Area (East of Collier Boulevard), and one of those must be a resident of Immokalee) and the City of Naples will appoint 2 members. Jessica Rosenberg, Deputy City Clerk 213-1015 FL STAT: none Staff: Marcy Krumbine, Housing & H uma Services Director: 774-8442 ,.... ,,' , Thursday, September 13,' 2007 Page 3 0/3 Aa:::nja item r'Jo. 9D ~ October 23. 2007 Page 8 of 19 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in CoIIier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMISSION COMMISSION DISTRICT Christine Hatosy Jones 506] Kensington High Street Naples, FL 34105 if Robert E. Harry, Jr, 80 Logan Blvd., South Naples, FL 341]9 '? ,~ Kenneth Kelly 4260 16th Street, N.E. Naples, FL 34]20 c.../' ') '- Molly Whalen 3] 2] Sundance Cirele Naples, FL 34]08 NK(-9 ') Thank you for your help. Page I ofl Agenda Item r~o, 9D October 23, 2007 filsoo_s Page 9 of 19 -.om: filson_s ...ent: Wednesday, August 22, 20073:38 PM To: 'Molly.Whalen@comcast.net' Subject: Affordable Housing Commission Hi Molly, After receiving your application for the Affordable Housing Commission, I sent your name to the Elections Office for verification and they indicated that you were not registered to vote in Collier County. If you don't list your name exactly as it appears on your elections card or if your address has changed this happens. If you would kindly send me your registration number, we can straighten this out. Thank you for your interest in Collier County Government. I look forward to hearing from you. Sue :Fifson Xxecutive :Manager, 'BCC (239) 774-8097 pnone (239) 774-8865 fax suefifson,(j'coale rqov.l1 et _ c 8/22/2007 MEMORANDUM AGenda item No. 90 ~ October 23, 2007 Page 10 of 19 DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Marcy Krumbine, Housing and~i Services Director Sue Filson, Executive Manager ' Board of County Commissione . FROM: RE: Affordable Housing Commission As you know, we currently have vacancies on the above-referenced advisory committee. A press release was issued requesting citizens interested in serving on this committee to submit an application for consideration. I have attached the applications received for your review as follows: Christine Hatosy Jones 5061 Kensington High Street Naples, FL 34105 Robert E. Harry, Jr. 80 Logan Blvd., South Naples, FL 34119 Kenneth Kelly 4260 16th Street, N.E. Naples, FL 34120 Molly Whalen 312 I Sundance Cirele Naples, FL 34108 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 inelude 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 Attachmcnts filson_s Page I of2 Agenda ltem No. 90 October 23, 2007 Page 11 of 19 Advisory Board Application ~t: ~: christine,h,jones@bankofamerica.com Sunday, August 05, 2007 4:49 PM filson_s -~rom: 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: 8/5/2007 4:48:39 PM. Name: jchristine Hatosy Jone~ Home Phone: 1239-354-26051 Home Address: 15061 Kensington High Stree~ City: /Naple~ Zip Code: ~41051 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-659-225q Business: 1239-659-22421 -") e-Mail Address:!christine.h.iones(a.)bankofamerica.coml Work Place: !Bank of Americ~ How long have you lived in Collier County: [ill Have you ever becn couvicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County'! ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Affordable Housing Committeel Category: I Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ -4 Please list our communi activities: ortgage Bankers Assoc. of Florida - Governor Mortgage Bankers Assoc. ofSW Florida - President ortgage Bankers Assoc. of SW FL - Treasurer Mortgage Bankers Assoc. of SW FL - Secretary CBIA SMC - Director 2007 Class of Leadershi Collier Volunteer - Sexual AssaultIVictim Assistance 8/20/2007 Advisory Board Application Education: i h School, Wheaton, MD Some CoIle Page 20f2 A",r-,y."" It~'Ti J\Jc JO o Oct~ber 23, 2007 Page 12 of 19 . Ex erience: ortgage banking since 1982 Worked with Pulte Homes developing MPDU's for affordable housin . the 1980's Chamber of Commerce of Greater Naples - Cure for the Crisis panelist Chamber nvolvement with Affordable housin . . 8/20/2007 filson_s Page I of2 Agenda Item No, 9D October 23, 2007 Page 13 of 19 Advisory Board Application -"'rom: rharry.ncm@earthlink,net ~t: Monday, August 06, 2007 11 :51 AM ~: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 8/612007 11 :51 :26 AM. Name: !Robert E. Harry, Jr.1 Home Phone: 1239-348-792~ Home Address: 180 Logan Blvd. Southj City: !Naple~ Zip Code: IHIT2l Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-325-555~ Business: ~39-325-55551 -, e-Mail Address:~harry.ncm(a.)earthlink.ne~ Work Place: !president/ Principal of the Reverse Mortgage Groun How long have you lived in Collier County: ~ Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? IB.2I Are you a registered voter in Collier CounQ'? Iy e~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Affordable Housing Commission! Category: !Business Owner - Mortgage Compan~ Do you currently hold public offfice? IB.2I Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? ~ ... Please list our communi activities: e Leadership Institute Executive Management Program Naples Chamber of Commerce & Hodges niversity (formally International University) Class of2007 Active Member, North Naples United ethodist Church Member, Society of Certified Senior Advisors Member, Financial Freedom dvisory CounceL I am I of 12, selected nationally, to sit on the advisory board of the nation's largest 8/20/2007 Advisory Board Application Jreverse mortgage lender . . . 8/20/2007 Page 2 of2 Agenda Item NOg9D October 23 2 07 ",age 140119 Education: BA Finance, University of North Texas Karrass Negotiations Skills Training Effective Sales anagement, University of Michigan Entreprenuer's Law School, Florida Gulf Coast Univ, Financia al sts Trainin for Banks*Thrifts*Institutions, Univ. of Vir inia Ex erience: 1986-1995 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation - Freddie Mac, Marketing and Sales Woodland ills, CA 1995-2004 ABN AMRO Mortgage Group Laguna Beach, CA V.P. National Correspondent ending 2004-2005 ABN AMRO Mortgage Capital Markets Group Boca Raton, FL V.P. Financial nstitutions 2005-Present Owner Naples Classic Mortgage, dba Reverse Mortgage Group During the ourse of my 21 years in the mortgage industry, I have had unique exposure to the various affordable ending initiatives offered by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Currently, my company is a FHA upervised lender and we are in the process of filing the required paperwork to become a Florida ender and FHA non-supervised Full Eagle. I believe a critical part of "affordable housing" is derstanding the available financing programs and the grants and subsidies availble to those who ualifY. In addition, I spent] 7 years in Southern California as a working adult. California coastal ommunities have traditionally faced very similar affordable housing issues to the ones which currentl ace Collier County. I believe I can bring value and experience to the Affordable Housing Commission. ome ownership is a core foundation for all communities. There are compromises and solutions to xtend the benefits of home ownership to more citizens of Collier County. Thank you for consideration f m a lication. filson_s Page I of2 !\genda Item No, 90 October 23.2007 Page 15 of 19 Advisory Board Application --'om: ken@kellyroofing,com ....t: Friday, August 03,20071:56 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: 8/3/2007 I :55:59 PM. Name: !Kenneth Kelly! Home Phone: ~5420211 Home Address: 14260 16th St NEj City: lNaple~ Zip Code: ~ Phone Numbers Fax: ~540324j Business: ~3500141 , e-Mail Address:lken(til)cellyroofing.com) Work Place: !Kelly Roofin~ How lon~ have you lived in Collier County: \more than 151 Havc you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: (Affordable Housing Commissio~ Category: I Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ \Affordable Housing Commission; Chairman Code Enforcement Board: Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or .. Please list your community activities: I ~ Education: I 8/3/2007 Advisory Board Application Education: I Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No. 90 October 23, 2007 Page16of19 . Experience: I . . 8/3/2007 -4 -, ... Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No, 90 October 23, 2007 Page 17 of 19 . Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: Molly Whalen Home Phone: 239-325-7984 Home 3121 Sundance Circle, Naples, FL Zip Code:_34108 Fax No._800-878-9478 Business Phone:_239-280-6694 e-mail address:_Molly.Whalen@comcast.net Place of Employment:_ERA ONESource Real Estate Services Center, NAPLES, FL Board or Committee Applied for:_AlTordable Housing Commission Category (if applicable): Example: Commissioo District. Developer, eavironmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years_4 Months _8 Are you a registered voter in Collier County: Yes_X No Do you currently hold public office? Yes Iho, wbat is that office? No x Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No_X_ Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier County board or committee? Yes lfyes, please list the committees/boards: No_X Please list your community activities (civic clubs, neighborhood associations, etc. and positions held: AlTordable Housing Committee Chair, Lehigh Acres Chambcr of Commerce; Bridgewater Bay (Community in which I Live) Security Committee, Bridgewater Bay Planning Committee; Member: Naples Area Board of Realtors; Women's Conncil of Realtors - Naples, National; Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Lehigh Acres Chamber of Commerce; United States Power Squadron; Naples Sailing and Yacht Club. Actively involved in fund raising activities for Leukemia Society, American Cancer Society, and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Edncation:_BA University of Massachnsetts, 1981 Experience: See Attached Please attach any additional information you feel pertinent This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners. 3301 East Tamiiuni Trail, Naples, FL 34112. If you wish, please/ax your application. to (239) 774-3602 or e-nwJl to .mdilson(ii;collieTPOt'.n.et ThanA you for volunteering to serve the citium of Collier County. ,~.genda Item No, 90 October 23, 2007 Page 18 of 19 . To: NAPLES AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMISSION FROM: Molly Whalen, Realtor@ RE: Vacancy DATE: August 27, 2007 Commissioners: It is with great respect that I submit to you my application and experience for your review for the vacancy on the Collier County Affordable Housing Commission. In December of 2002, my husband Bill and I moved permanently to our current residence at 3121 Sundance Circle from Milton, MA. Our decision to relocate was because Bill had retired as a Sergeant from the City of Quincy Police Department after 32 years of service. We had been vacationing and investing in Collier County since 1993. . My desire to serve on the Collier County Affordable Housing Commission follows a lifetime of community and civic service. Assisting those in need is a life promise, not a casual involvement, for me. My past includes having served as a volunteer for more than 15 years with the Massachusetts Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, as well as the National Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In addition, I chose to change careers and work full time for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and served for 5 years as their Executive Director. Also, my husband and I participated regularly with a program in Quincy called Father Bill's" - a place for those in need of temporary housing or emergency housing. My past also includes volunteering with the DOVE Shelter in Quincy, Massachusetts - an emergency housing center for women who suffer from domestic abuse. Other organizations for where I dedicated my time and efforts include the American Cancer Society, the Leukemia Society, and the Susan G. Komen Foundation for women with breast cancer. Also, I served as National Fundraising Coordinator for American Airlines in their support of the National Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. However, although my past activities indicate my desire to help others, my passion for Affordable Housing is truly rooted right here in Southwest Florida. Being the spouse of a retired law enforcement professional, I became aware through local friendships, how difficult it was for our starting Deputies to find housing that they could afford. My investigation has further revealed the number of Deputies that relocate on a regular basis because their pay doesn't afford them the opportunity to own their own home close to their work, and a home of substance to raise a family. I've also come to understand the expense associated with recruiting, hiring and retaining not only law enforcement personnel, but educators and their support personnel, and our medical personnel. . Three years ago, I began my career here in Florida as a Realtor@, not to capitalize on the boom of real estate, but to investigate what housing opportunities where available for the essential service workers, and the service workers that made the community in which we live so attractive to visitors and retirees, My investigation opened my eyes to the challenges that these workers face. -4 ---, At Agenda Item No, 90 October 23. 2007 Page 19 of 19 My first discovery was that each year, the National Low Income Housing coalition produces for Florida the "Out of Reach Report: that presents wage information for more than 60 occupations for 18 of Florida's Metropolitan Areas. The purpose of this report is to allow analysis of the annual incomes for workforce employees within these areas, calculate the maximum mortgage that workforce employees can afford, based on each market, and to provide a comparison about how much down payment and closing cost assistance each workforce employee needs to afford a home in their community. This report clearly demonstrates that first time homebuyers are unable to afford homes based on their wages, and need a significant subside to purchase a home. The end result that dramatically effects us all is that the members of our workforce are being "priced out" of the housing market resulting in a significant deficiency of key employees including teachers, nurses, law enforcement workers, emergency service providers, medical and hospital employees, and service workers. Continuing my investigation, I have become proficient on the support opportunities provided by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation, SHIP Funds, and the funding available through the USDA Rural Division. I have come to know and work with the local groups such as Kathy Patterson of the Collier County Housing Development Corp., Erika Cooks of Lee County Housing Development. I have participated in training offered by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation, and have attended their conferences and will be present for their upcoming conference. I am proud to say that I have helped countless families and couples find the assistance and education they need to obtain affordable housing. But the need for housing far exceeds one individual's abilities. To have the privilege to serve with the Collier County Affordable Housing Commission, I would like to bring my enthusiasm and commitment to identifying and obtaining the necessary assistance to keep our essential service workers employed IN OUR COMMUNITY. As such, I hope that you will consider what potential I may bring the Collier County Board of Commissioners, Affordable Housing Commission. Thank you for your consideration. Molly Whalen EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9E October 23. 2007 Page 1 of 22 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL (EMSAC) OBJECTIVE: To appoint 2 members to fulfill the remainder of vacant terms for Commission Districts] and 4, to the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council. CONSIDERATIONS: The Emergency Mcdical Services Advisory Council has 2 vacancies representing Commission Districts 1 and 4, This 14 member council advises the Board of County Commissioners on all aspects of emergency medical scrvices, including the operational budget, level of service and equipment. Terms are 3 years. A list of the current membership is included in the backup. Commission District 1 seat is vacant due to a death and the term for Ms. Nancy C. Lascheid (Commission District 4) expired on August 31,2007. A press release was issued and resumes were received from the following 6 interested citizens: APPLICANT CATEGORY DIST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Victoria DiNardo Commission District I 1 Yes None A, James Meerpahl Commission District 2 2 'y'es None Frank E. Mack Commission District 4 4 '{es None Nancy C. Lascheid-reuppt Commission District 4 4 Yes EM SAC Mary Jane Balun Commission District 2 2 Yes None Andreas J, Mueller Commission District 4 4 )'es None ATTENDANCE: Nancy C. Lascheid ~ Attended 5 of last 8 meetings: 3 excused absences COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Nancy C. Lascheid (District 4) ~ rcappointment- term expiring on August 31. 2009 Victoria DiNardo (District l)~ new appointment - term expiring on August 31. 2008 FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TlON: That the Board of County Commissioners consider the recommendation for appointmcnt, appoint 2 members. and direct the County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointmcnts, Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: October 23, 2007 - nlgc I 011 Agenda Item No. 9E October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 22 COLLlIm COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: 9" Appoilllrnent of rnelllbt;IS 10 the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council 10/23/2007900:00 AM I)..el'....ed By Sue Filson Executive MaU<l9pt to till:' Bee Date Board of County COl1lmissiorlers BGG Office Approved B,y James V. Mudd County Man<lyer Date Board of County Commission€rs County Manager's Office 10/14/200712:48 PM Ageilda 11em t'~o. 9E OClOber 23, 2007 Page 3 of 22 1",,,,,,,,,,r"''''~1,>...j(M ."._.' S5S Collier County Emergency Medical Services Interoffice Memorandum jeffpage@colliergov.net 239-250-8459 TO: Sue Filson FROM: Chief Jeff Page, Collier County EMS RE: Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council DATE: October 12,2007 The EMS Advisory Council met yesterday afternoon and, after reviewing the applications, the Council recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners are as follows: Nancy Lascheid for District 4 Victoria DiNardo for District 1 Ms Laschied attended five of the last eight meetings and was excused from the three she missed. Agenda item No. 9E October 23. 2007 Page 4 of 22 Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. Jeffery Scott Allbritten 732-3733 12113105 08/31/08 3 Years 1945 Empress Ct. 596-5942 Naples, FL 34110 E-Mail: jaIlbrit@edison.edu District: 2 Category: Commission District J e~ "e 08/31/08 Mr, John Cassio J,e. _yO~ 253-5514 09113/05 3 Years ;v' 642-8981 1529 Buccaneer Ct. ' Marco Island, FL 34145 E-Mail: jcassio@gladescountryelub.com District: 1 Category: Commission District Dr. Douglas S. Lee 391-5600 10/24/06 08/31/09 3 Years 2614 TamiaIni Trail, #225 262-3644 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: duglee@hotmail.com District: 4 Category: At-Large Mr. Johan Domenie 09/12/06 08/31/09 3 Years 749 Bentwater Circle, #201 566-3179 Naples, FL 34108 E-Mail: HOBODORY@comcast.net District_. 2 Category: At-Large Ms. Nancy C. Lascheid 261-6600 07/25/06 08/31/07 1 Year ./' 4005 Gulfshore Blvd., N. #903 450-5526 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: nlascheid@aol.com District: 4 Category: Commission District ""'':- ,.,..,. '-'.,..''-''-'-'-'.;'';,.'.,. 'Thursday,"'Septembl!~' 13,'joo'i' Page J of4 Acwnca Item No_ 9E ~ October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 22 / Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council ( Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Mr. John C. Valenti 435-0205 10/24/06 08/31109 3 Years 1180 Camelot Circle 348-7193 Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: jcvalentil@aol.com District: 3 Category: Commission District Mr. Richard Schmidt r<,S:fy"~ft'> 09/13/05 08/31108 3 Years 2786 Orange Grove Trail W~ 354-3490 Naples, FL 34120 E-Mail: rschmidt! 956@earth1ink.net District: 5 Category: Commission District Ms. Gail Dolan 262-3131 01113/98 08/31199 2 Years P.O. Box 413029 09113/05 08/31108 3 Years ( Naples, FL 34101 E-Mail: District: Category: Naples Community Hospital Commander Bill Rule 3301 E. Tamian1i Trail Naplcs, FL 34112 E-Mail: District: Categol)': Sheriffs Department 793-9442 10/24/06 08/31/08 2 Years Ms. Kathleen Marr 3301 E. TaIlliami Trail Naples, FL 34112 E-Mail: District: Category: Health Department 774-8200 09/11107 (18/31108 I Year - -,-,. 17rursday, September /3, -j007 Page .~ of 4 Agenda Item No. 9E October 23. 2007 Page 6 of 22 Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Fire Chief Jim McEvoy 735 Eighth Street, South Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: District: Category: City of Naples 434-4610 09/24/02 09/13/05 Dr. Jeff Panozzo 348-4000 10/24/06 6101 Pine Ridge Road Naples, FL 34119 E-Mail: District: Category: Physicians Regional Medical Center Dr. Robert Tober P.O. Box 413029 Naples, FL 34101 E-Mail: District: Category: Ex-Officio Member 262-3131 Chief Michael Murphy 389-5040 11105/02 1280 San Marco Road 09/13/05 Marco Island, FL 34145 E-Mail: District: I CategolJ': Marco Island Police and Emergency Serviccs Chief Rob Potteiger 213-4900 11105/02 4798 Davis Boulevard 09/13/05 Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: District: Category: Collier County Fire Rescue/EMS '-. - - ---... < . .~. ., - ~'-~' Thursday, September 13. 2007 Page3af4 08/31105 08/31108 3 Years 3 Years 08/31109 3 Years 08/31105 08/31108 3 Years 3 Years 08/31/05 08/31108 3 Years 3 Years A~lenda item No. 9E OctGber 23.2007 Page 7 of 22 Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 12 member committee was created by Ord. No, 80-80 to advise the Board of County Commissioners on aU aspects of emergency medical services in Collier County, including the operational budget, level of service and equipment This committee also reviews complaints and problems and recommends corrective action. Tenns are 3 years. Ord Amended on 10/10/00 to add a representative from Cleveland Clinic (Ord. 2000-70) Amended by Ord. No, 2002-39 to increase membership from 12 to 14 to include City of Naples Fire Rescue/EMS and CoUier County Fire Chiefs Association, and to reduce ex-officio members from 3 to 1 FLSTAT: Staff: Jeff Page, Emergency Medical Services Director: 774-8459 , - Thursday, September 13, 2007 Pagr -. .44 Agenda Item No. 9E October 23, 2007 Page 8 of 22 MEMORANDUM ;'-,. ~ " "'."",. '- , '~'1 ,.~ r " :-'.;1,; DATE: July 30, 2007 FROM: Elections Office ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager ,.' . Board of County Commissione ., TO: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. EMSAC COMMISSION DISTRICT Victoria DiNardo 9229 Museo Circle, Apt. 103 Naples, FL 34114 } Thank you for your help. Agenda Item No. 9E October 23 2007 Page 9 of 22 MEMORANDUM JUliO 2007 PM 1:<15 DATE: July 9, 2007 TO: Elections Office j& Sue Filson, Executive MaI1ager ' Board of COWlty Commissioners " FROM: RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of COWlty 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 CollierCounty. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicaI1t resides. EMSAC COMMISSION DISTRICT A. James Meerpohl 6170 Cypress Lollow Way Naples, FL 34134 x Frank E. Mack 3790 Rum Row Naples, FL 34102 L{ Nancy C. Laschcid 4005 Gulf Shore Blvd., North, Apt. 903 Naples, FL 34103 L( Mary Jane Balun 860A Meadowland Drive Naples, FL 34108 c2 Andreas J. Mueller 203 Stanhope Cirele Naples, FL 34] 04 L1 Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No. 9E October 23, 2007 Page 10 of 22 DATE: July 9, 2007 TO: Jeff Page, EMS Director jf Sue Filson, Executive Manager ' Board of County Commissione v FROM: RE: EMSAC 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: A. James Meerpohl 6170 Cypress Lollow Way Naples, FL 34134 Frank E. Mack 3790 Rum Row Naples, FL 34102 Nancy C. Lascheid 4005 Gulf Shore Blvd., North, Apt. 903 Naples, FL 34103 Mary Jane Balun 860A Meadowlalld Drive Naples, FL 34108 Andreas J. Mueller 203 Stanhope Circle Naples, FL 34104 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 allY questions, please call me at 774-8097. Thank you for your attention to this matter, SF Attachments Advisory Board Application Page I of2 ,EI,gerida It&m r'~o" 9E October 23, 2007 i),...;;'a'JYI1 of 22 i-/ ; ~" .' ._~ ---- filson_s From: jim_meerpohl@wellsfargois.com "t: Friday, June 29, 2007 5:53 PM ~: 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: 6/29/2007 5:52:52 PM. Name: lA, James Meerpoh~ Home Phone: 123959117931 Home Address: ~I 70 Cypress Hollow Way! City: lNap1e~ Zip Code: 1341341 Phone Numbers Fax: 123994935751 Business: ~39949353q . e-Mail Address:Dimmeerpohlia)wellsfargois.coml Work Place: IWells fargo Insurance Service~ How lonl: have you lived in Collier Count)': Pnore than ] 51 Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IY e~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: /Emergency Medical Service~ Category: /Not indicated! Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Served on Parks Advisory Board in 1978-79 to assist getting Co' ,lunity Park Bond issue passed hich resulted in 70% approval for 5 50 acre parks in Collier C .nty (Veterans, Mackie, mmokalee,Golden Gate, and East Na les . Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County B, , ,d or Committee? ~ Please list our communi activities: hairman of Collier Co. Red Cross] 996-98, Board M,rnber of Collier Co. Red Cross 1993-2000, iwanis President 1989, Member from 1984 to prescnl,Kiwani', Board member or officer from 200 I to 7/9/2007 Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 - Aaenda Item NO.9 006 Treasuer Collier Co. Humane Society I 986-89,Collier County Boy Scout MembeiSh' . 7 003,2004, aI1d 2006. Big Cypress Wilderness Institute Board and Vice Chair 2003 to preseilt',9P'lbflGh 2 ish and Wildlife Commission Regional Coordinator for Safety training 2003 to present, Treasurer of hild Care of Southwest Florida 2003 to present, member Collier County RepublicaI1 Men's Club, ember of North Na les Fire Control Adviso Board from 2001 to 2004. .. --J At 7/9/2007 Education: ach of Arts Bowling Green State University 1973 Advanced studies @ University of North Carolina d Eckerd College in Business Administration, Designations achieved from the Insurance Institute of erica, Malvern Pennsylvania, Associte in Risk Management, Accreditied Advisor in Insurance, an ave com leted 6 of 8 arts for Certified Pro e and Casu! Underwriter Ex erience: orked for Collier County and State of Florida as Employment Program Director 1975 to 1979, sponsible for placing aI1d funding many public safety positions,(fireman, sherrif deputies, EMTs, etc d individuals to fill jobs_ helped sart Ochopee Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, East aples Fire Department, and North Naples Fire Department. Helped sart Youth Relations Deputy ogram with then SherrifRogers, Helped start the Wilderness Alternative Program with Judge Trettis, tc. Advisory Board Application --~-_.,'"_.._...- -. "----~------------_.~- Page I of2 Aqenda Item No, 9E , October 23, 2007 Pqg~ .13 of ?] :-',. '1.___ filson_s From: femack8@netscape,net Ant: Thursday, July 05, 200711:14 AM ~; filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Collier County Government 3301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7/5/2007 11:13:30 AM. Name: IFrmk E Mack! Home Phone: ~39-262-739 II Home Address: /3790 Rum Ro~ City: jNaple~ Zip Code: /341021 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-262-449~ Business: I . e-Mail Address:~emack8(a.)netscape.ne~ Work Place: !Retiredl How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense al:ainst tbe law? ~ Are you a rel:istered voter in Collier County? Iy e~ Board 1 Committee Applied for: frhe Emergency Medical Services Advisory Councill Category: iNot indicate~ Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Boar' r Committee? ~ . Please list your community activities: I Education: .S. BioJogy-Georgetown:M.D. Georgetown Univ. School of Medicine:2 Vrs. Surgerv Residency 7/9/2007 Advisory Board Application -- - d 3 rs. Anesthesiolo .,. , . 7/9/2007 _ ..!\genda Ite October age Page 2 of2 No. 81:: 3,2007 4 of 22 - Board Certified in Anesthesiolo Ex erience: 1. Cmdr USNR- taught at Bethesda Naval Hospital Assoc. Prof. Univ. of Miami, Surgery an esthiology Director Recovery Room Chief, Cardiovascular Anesthesia Chairman, CPR ommittee Chairman, Electrical Safety Committee Medical Staff, NCH Chairman Dept. esthesiolo -multi Ie terms Secre - Treasurer Medical Staff-2 terms Advisory Board Application Page I of2 Agenda Item No, 9E October 23, 2007 r . Pa,ge) 5 of 22 ._-~Y~~..-.:.1-.__~_ filson_s From: nlascheid@aol.com Ant: Tuesday, July 03, 2007 8:07 AM ~: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted ~. "";<(>1")' Hoard Application Form Collier County Government ~301 E. Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239)774-8999 Application was received on: 7 ~007 8:07:24 AM. Name: iNancy c. Laschei~ H e Phone: 1239-262-6608/ Home Address: ~005 Gulf Sh, Blvd. North, Apt. 9031 City: lNaple~ Zip Code: IE Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-26165821 Busine . 1239-261-660~ . e-Mail Address: Inlascheid _ ,lUl.COmJ Work Place: lNeighborhc'.d Health Clinic! How lonl( have you Ij, in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been c, "ted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a reJ!:istered voter in Collier Count).? ~ Board / Committee Arplied for: !Emergency Medical Services Advisory Cowlci~ Catel(ory: ~ . _atedj Do you I':: Tently hold public oftlice? ~ !Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council 2006/20071 Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IYe~ . Please list our communi activities: eighhorhood Health Clinic Co-Founder, Chamber of Commerce BOD, NCH Healthcare Systems OD and Foundation. Leadershi Collier Foundation BOD, Collier Coun Medical Alliance BOD Education: 7/3/2007 Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 Agenda Item No, 9E Education: October 23, 2007 egrees - RN and BSN. Schools - Allegheny College, Jackson Memorial. Washington & Jefferso 6 of 22 olle e, and Universi of Pittsbur . w -) At 7/3/2007 Advisory Board Application filson_s Page I of2 Agenda Item No, 9E Oct0ber 23. 2007 Page }3pf 12 c;./ --~~--_._---~----~-_._._..__._---_._-------~----~--,------~.._~_...-::.._----- From: MJ,Balun@naplesdaysurgery,com At: Monday, June 18, 2007 4:18 PM ~ 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: 6/18/2007 4:18:12 PM. Name: !MAry Jane Balu~ Home Phone: 1239-566-96411 Home Address: 1860A Meadowland Driv~ City: lNaple~ Zip Code: ~41081 Phone Numbers Fax: ~39-597-652~ Business: 1239-598-3111/ . e-Mail Address:IMJ.Balun(a.)naplesdaysurgery.coml Work Place: iNaples Day Surgery LLCI How long have you lived in Collier County: !more than 151 Have you ever been convicted of any offense a~ainst the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? IY e~ Board / Committee Applied for: lMedical Emergency Services Advisoryl Category: /Not indicated) Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board or Committee? IB.2I . Please list your community activities: I Education: !Registered Nurse Degree Registered for BSN nursing Drogran~ 6/1 8/2007 Advisory Board Application .. ~l At 6/18/2007 Page 20f2 Agenda item NO.9" October 23, 2007 E. Page 18of22 x erlence: have worked for 30 years as a registered nurse, 20 in peri-operative (Operating Room) experieinces. have had the priviledge of serving for 15 years on the management team at Naples Day; 7 as a irector of Clinical Operations of our North Campus. The Safety program for the Center has been a art of my job decsription for the last 15 years. I would like to participate on a county level and feel at I can bring some expertise to your board. If you should need my assitance in another area, I ould be more than ha to be available for ou. . . . . .. Advisory Board Application Page I of2 Agenda Item r"O, 9E October 23, 2007 Page 19 of 22.0 -'-'-------"----_.._._--~ ./ cl'~ it /j 0/1' ./(0 l' (/ OJ ~f(l filson_s From: office@visitingangelsofnaples.com Sent: Thursday, January 04. 2007 10:56 AM To: filson_s Subject: New On-line Advisory Board Application Submitted Advisory Board Application Form Application was received on: 1/412007 10:55:41 AM. Name: !Andreas J. Muelled Home Phone: ~39-738-144~ Home Address: ~03 Stanhope Cirel~ City: \Naple~ Zip Code: p4104j Phone Numbers Fax: 1239-530-IIO~ Business: ~39-530-11011 e-Mail Address:pffice(ajvisitingangelsofnaples.coml Work Place: !visiting Angels - Senior Home Car~ How long have you lived in Collier County: B Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the law? ~ Are you a registered voter in Collier County? ~ Board / Committee Applied for: !Emergency Medical Services Advisory Counci~ Category: /Not indicatedj Do you currently hold public offfice? ~ Do you currently or ever served on a Collier County Board 0' ':ommittee? ~ Please list our communi activities: 1ember of the Naples Interagency Council, Member of S'" r (Seniors and Law nforcement to ether, Member of the Collier Coun Co'. .~il on Aging. Education: tfried von Weissenburg High School, Dahn, Germ, Graduation 1979 Nursing School at University Hospital Homburg, Germany,' :.duation as Registered Nurse 1983 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University, Fn::j;:furt, Germany University of xford, Worcester College, UK University of Vilnius, Lithuania Scholarship of the erman National Merit Foundation Graduation PhD in Social Science 1994 1/4/2007 . " Advisory Board Application Page 2 of2 Llgonrl" Item No, 9E October 23, 2007 Page 20 of 22 ... ., .. 1/4/2007 MEMORANDUM Ag9nda Item No, 9E October 23.2007 Page 21 of 22 DATE: July 30, 2007 TO: Jeff Page, EMS Director ~ Sue Filson, Executive Manager I:..J/, Board of County Commissione ;I FROM: RE: EMSAC 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: Victoria DiNardo 9229 Museo Circle, Apt 103 Naples, FL 34114 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 inelude in your returP memo the attendance records of the applicants recommended for reappointment. Please categorize the applicants in areas of cxpertise. If you have any questions, please call me at 774-8097. ThaI1k you for your attention to this matter. SF Attachments .. -l ~ Board of County Commissioners 330] East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34] I2 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3602 Agenda Item No. 9E October 23, 2007 Page 22 of 22 . Application for Advisory Committees/Boards Name: YI"h(/C{ b, N OJ'do Home Phone: ;J.2f!~ n3i/i!o~ Home Address: C/.)oo 'J... '1. M l.L St:'D Ci. rdt:. Aft (63 Zip Code: ~ 4/ (4 Fax No. Business Phon.,m- J.J?!T- ,3I:1::t. e-mail address: Place of Employment: :::;~:,,:r i feu t11a.n ~m t'-d- G.-c<.. p, t ( .,.... . c{ a. Board or Committee Applied for: EYYle.r-je-\1t.1 MeJ,..'u( -':;,41//.':><0,,"'1 telL/H''''' L, Category (if applicable): Example: Commission District. Developer. environmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years Mouths I () Are you a registered voter in Collier Count).: Yes ~ ~o Do you currently hold public office? Yes V Ifso,whatisthatoffice? S'~ pt>rt/I ~()...,15 <~...LT" Have you ever bee!). cqnvicted of any offense against the Law? [fyes, explain: rt ?of iI, <.. '1" v ~o ( A-~c:.. ,- ~-h:LY1+ "'r' (' .v-e-ktv'Y Yes Ko ......./ v' No F, ..../ 1 '",eK Do you now serve, or have you ever sen'ed, on a Co Iier C ,unty ~oard or committee? Yes Ifves,pleaselistthecommitteeslboards: ,l' "J,(t.r'-' "" .5...L'"- .r\t".~/--~ ~, '. ,,(1",......',: Ve"..-j. i ",e. 4' Please list vour community activities (civic club~~ neighborhood associations, etc. and positions held: \;~+e...... r~:'.,+;^A..+tc'n ".\.vI rot'> \,:-..- +\.,-<, , ICCit{ l-Cil5'" e ,+ ~...:.i'rY1et'l.. .f:-+e..--.., ?J:(.e_ ((..~tt,'1 I Fi"r'I.l<t.. - 14; he ref A..... . r:r~ a. y-'t' c :..<. t-t' v- c 'yr, '02."c<'Lt ~ ,rr . Please attach any additional information you feel pertinent This application should be forwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of Count)' Commissioners. 3301 East TamiD.mi Trail, Napks. FL 34111. If you wi...h. please fax your application to (239) 774-3602 or e-mail 10 .,>uefil...on(ih:ollieroov.net Thankyou for volunteering to serve the citizens o/Collier County. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Agenda Item No. 9F October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 9 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER(S) TO THE HISTORICAL/ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERVATION BOARD OBJECTIVE: To appoint 1 member to serve a 3 year term, expiring on October 1,2010, to the Historical! Archaeological Preservation Board. CONSIDERATIONS: The HistoriclArchaeological Preservation Board had 1 term expire on October 1, 2007 representing the category of Citizen- At-Large. This 7 member board is vested with the power, authority, and jurisdiction to designate, regulate, and administer historical, and archaeological resources in Collier County, under the direct jurisdiction and control ofthe Board of County Commissioners. Terms are 3 years. A list of the current membership is ineluded in the backup. The term for Elizabeth M. Perdichizzi expired on October l, 2007. A press release was issued and 1 resume was received from the fo 1I0wing interested citizen: APPLICANT CATEGORY D1ST ELECTOR ADV. COMM. Citizen-At-Large Historical/Archaeological Preservation Board ATTENDANCE: Missed] meeting in 2007 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Elizabeth M. Perdichizzj - reappointment FISCAL IMPACT: NONE GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: NONE RECOMMENDA TION: That the Board or County Commissioncrs consider the recommendation for appointment, appoint 1 member. and direct thc County Attorney to prepare a resolution confirming the appointmcnt. Prepared By: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners Agenda Date: OCTOBER 23, 2007 .- Page I ot I Agenda Item No. 9F October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 9 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 91' Item Summary: Meeting Date: Appoinlrmml of nwmbcr to the Historical/Archaeological Preservation Board. 10/23/200'/ 900:00 r~M Prcparcd H}' Sue Filson E)<'ecutive Manager to the BeG Date Soanl of Gounty Commissioners Bce Office Approved By James V. Mudd County ManagfJr Date Board of County COl1lmissinnprs County Manager's Office 10/14/20071 :03 PM Agenda Item No. 9F October 23, 2007 Page 3 of9 MEMORANDUM Community Development & Environmental Services Division Department of Zoning & Land Development Review To: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioners From: Melissa Zone, Principal Planner Department of Zoning & Land Development Review Date: October 10, 2007 Subject: Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board Membership Recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners In response to the Historical and Archaeological Preservation Board's two (2) advertised positions, I have received I application. Please note that this applicant is requesting to be re-appointed to the Preservation Board. The applicant was evaluated based upon their potential contributions to the Committee. During the August 29, 2007, the Preservation Board voted to forward to the BCC the following recommendations: - NAME TYPE OF TERM DISTRICT ABSENT FIELD OF EXPERTISE APPOINTMENT EXPIRING 2007 (CURRENT EMPLOYMENT) Elizabeth Reappointed to a 10-]-07 Not Teacher, Author, Puhlisher and Perdichizzi second teffil for the appointed hy Civic leader At-Lar~e Cate~ory, District It should be noted that Elizabeth Perdichizzj is an active resident on Marco Island and some of her accomplishments are as follows, Marco Island Historical Society Board of Director and past president as well as the Co-chairperson of the Capitol Campaign Museum Fund. Elizabeth is also the Editor and writer of the quarterly newsletter for the Marco Island Historical Society. Newcomers Club of Marco Island, past president and serves on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Florida Archaeological Society and past president. Also, Elizabeth has been a volunteer for the past 17 years with the Chamber of Commerce Originator of the Marco Island Historical Players, the ensemble performs reenactments of the pioneers, founders and famous personalities of Marco Island. Author of a play, "Florida Land Barons of the Golden Age". Book Author "Girl called Tommie" Queen of Marco Island, published in 1999 and "Island Voices, They came to Marco Island", published in 2006. .4genda Ilem No. 9F October 23. 2007 Page 4 of 9 Historical/Archaeological Preservation Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Elizabeth M. Perdichizzi 10/26/04 10101/07 3 Years /' 1200 Butterfly Court 394-6717 Marco Island, FL 34145 E-Mail: betsyperd@naples,net District: I Category: Citizen-At-Large Mr. Ardavan Moaveni 263-2324 10/26/04 10101/07 3 Years / 4251 Gulfshore Blvd., N., #5A 649-6865 Naples, FL 34103 E-Mail: moaveni@aol.com District: 4 Category: Law Ms. Patricia A. Huff 695-2284 10111105 10/01/06 1 Year P.O. Box 616 695-2397 10/10/06 10101/09 3 Years Everglades City, FL 34139 E-Mail: snookcity@hotmail.com District: 5 Category: History Mr. Thomas W. Franchino 263-8357 07/31/01 10/01/02 I Year 183 Westwood Drive 513-9663 10/11/05 10/01108 3 Years Naples, FL 34110 E-Mail: Tom@FranchinoLaw.com District: 2 Category: Real EstatelLand Development Mr. William J. Dempsey 261-9300 10/1 0100 10/01103 3 Years 1836 Harbor Lane 417-5683 10/10106 10101/09 3 Years Naples, FL 34104 E-Mail: wjdempsey@napleslaw.com District: 4 Category: Citizen-At-Large ~..:;:;.,.; c.;' ___7_' p_., Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Page 1 of3 Agenda Item i'Jo. 9F October 23. 2007 Page 50f9 Historical/Archaeological Preservation Board Name Work Phone Appt'd Exp. Date Term Home Phone DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate 2nd Term Ms. Sharon Kenny 404-6261 411 I 7th Avenue South 430-8525 Naples, FL 34102 E-Mail: seankeny@aol.com District: 4 Category: Historic PreservationlLandscape 04113/06 10/1 0106 10/01/06 10/01/09 7 months 3 Years Mr. John W. Thompson 4775 Aston Gardens Way, Apt. #311 597-2269 Naples, FL 34109 E-Mail: JWTDLT@aol.com District: 2 Category: Archaeology 10/15196 101lI/05 10101/99 10/01/08 3 Years 3 Years Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Page ~- 3 Agenda Item No. 9F October 23, 2007 Page 6 of9 Historical/Archaeological Preservation Board Name Work Phone Home Phone Appt'd Exp. Date DateRe-appt 2ndExpDate Term 2nd Term This 7 member committee was created by Ord. No. 91-70, and repealed and amended by LDC Div. 1.22.1 Ord, No. 91-102, This board is vested with the power, authority, and jurisdiction to designate, regulate, and administer historical and archaeological resources in Collier County, under the direct jurisdiction and control of the Board of County Commissioners. Membership is composed of 7 members from the following categories: a. history: b. archaeology; c. Real Estate, land development, or finance; d. architecture; e. law or urban planning; and, f. 2 positions will be filled by citizens at large. Terms are 3 years. FLSTAT Staff: R"y Ddls,'''B, Principai Planner: '103-2400 ()1e/, $<< '2011& ;;l.S;L-~6'i? Wednesday. November 15, 2006 Page 3 of3 , Agenda ltem ~~o. 9F October 23. 2007 Page 7 of 9 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Elections Office FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissione RE: Voter Registration - Advisory Board Appointments The Board of County Commissioners will soon consider the following individuals for appointment to one of the county's advisory committees. Please let me know if those listed . below are registered voters in Collier County. Also, please list the commission district in which each applicant resides. HISTORlCAU ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERV A nON BOARD COMMISSION DISTRlCT Elizabeth M. Perdichizzi 1200 Butterfly Court Naples, FL 34145 I Thank you for your help. MEMORANDUM Agenda Item No, 9F October 23. 2007 Page 8 of 9 DATE: August 20, 2007 TO: Ray Bellows, Principal Planne \ FROM: Sue Filson, Executive Manager Board of County Commissioner:; RE: Historical! Archaeological Preservation 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: Elizabeth M. Perdichizzi 1200 Butterfly Court Naples, FL 34145 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 . . Application for Advisory CommitteesIBoards ~i;5Cli>< f"~ \\i" P,nrl;(l,;-;>/ i Home Phone: '239 Home Address: (';lI!D eJ 1 , IT; "f I 't--~-1"!--Zip Code: Fax No. 3 'I '1: -w '{ t I Business Phone: e-mail address: . Board of County Commissioners 3301 East Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34112 (239) 774-8097 Fax: (239) 774-3(.02 "....,~ ,.- ~-," '-" -~. ,..,.~ ~;(".l,'C -.J' Name: Place of Employment: Agenda Item No, 9F Ostober 23, 2007 p e 9 of 9 'c,"':; j'14--/.;917- 3l{-'IY-c.:; be:.rs y (2ti.cA @ !f\"~~i bJ Board or Committee Applied for: t.\1~\ nil ir /q f\<:..lAC,'-L'll'~rl:'q I J Catcgory (if applicable): ~ "'< Example: Commission District, Developer, environmentalist, lay person, etc. How long have you lived in Collier County: Years Ii Months \\ . \ Are you a registered voter in Collier County: YeS~~No No II') () Do you currently hold public office? Yes Ir so, what is that office? Lf ),,,-,<:. (\ J(~tI1l) Have you ever been convicted of any offense against the Law? If yes, explain: Yes No :'I1L;; Do you now serve, or have you ever served, on a Collier If yes, please list the committeeslboards: Yes L. e., ,", No /, Please list your communitr activities (civic clubs, !,e~hborhood associations, et~. a~d positions _ held: , '. ". <"\ '" c < . \ .. V; ~ L ~.D f\) 'l <' () , ~ < 'A Experience: ~ l C"" rei, ~A..., L ,q ( .\_,! c< <. L\Q.L~-q ) V'U..J~;-RLO-\ Please attach an} aMilional infvnnaiion yuu feel pertinent. Thi~' application ,~/wuld be furwarded to Sue Filson, Executive Manager to the Board of County Commissioners, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naple.~, FL 34112. If you wish, please fax your application to (2.:19)774-3602 or e-mail tosuefilMm@collien!(Jl..net. Thank you for volunteering to serve the citizen... of Ct,llier County. Agenda Item No, 10A October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 25 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommcndation to approve and adopt the Collier County Water-Sewer District's Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water Policy and on the basis of that policy to authorize staff to develop an IQ Water Master Plan and perform an IQ Water Rate Study. OBJECTIVE: To gain approval and adoption of the Collier County Water-Sewer District's Irrigation Quality OQ) Water Policy and, on the basis of that policy, authorize staff to develop an IQ Water Master Plan and perform an]Q Water Rate Study. CONSIDERATIONS: The Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) recognizes the public purpose to conserve our limited high-quality raw water supplies to meet the growing demands for potable water. The offset of potable water supply use by irrigation quality OQ) water for non-potable water demand offcrs the potential for economic and environmental benefits, as well as significantly reducing the demand for potable water. The policy is consistent with the 2005 Wastewater Master Plan Update (Table 8-2. page 4 of 4, lines 114 and 122) adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on June 6, 2006, Agenda Item 10 B. Eflluent is a direct by-product of the wastcwatcr trcatment process that, if not processed and ,,-, distributed as lQ water, must be disposed of through other processes (for example, deep well injection). The opportunity to irrigate landscaping with an environmentally compliant product rather than potable water provides direct benefits to lQ water customers, and indirectly to the community as a whole. The distribution oflQ water for irrigation purposes holds the potential to offset capital investment for potable water infrastructurc. In that all CCWSD customers will realize thc potential economic and intangible environmental benefits associated with the use of lQ watcr. it is the CCWSD's commitment to utilizc cfflucnt dcrived from the wastewater treatment proccss as a source of lQ water and altcrnative watcr resources. The CCWSD IQ watcr program will continue to evolve as lQ water supply increases, Therefore, the policies and assumptions of this program arc cxpccted to be updated as technological, conservational and other alternatives become viable. Initially, the CCWSD will prioritize its IQ water customers based on the offset of potable water usage, the customer's ability to accept lQ water, the supply of IQ water, and other relevant considerations. It will be the CCWSD's policy to adhere to the following priorities in delivery of any available lQ water. ...-.. I. IQ water for use by government entities (i.e. Collier County government) utilizing potable water where it can be replaced by IQ water. Envisioned usage is for irrigation for parks, libraries, medians, schools, government campuses, and limited usage for industrial cooling. Government entities and publie facilities will have the highest priority for lQ watcr service beeause the eost savings directly benefit all rate/tax paycrs within the CC\VSD. Executive Summary Page 2 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23. 2007 Page 2 of 25 2. lQ water for use by potable water customers located in the IQ Water Service Area who will use the lQ water as a substitute for existing or future potable use based on the quantity of potable water that will be conserved. The prioritization specified above is intended to meet needs which would otherwise place demands on potable water supplies. FISCAL IMPACT: The fiscal impact of the JQ program will be dependent upon the lQ Water Master Plan and the outcome of an IQ Rate Study. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This project is consistent with and furthers the goals, objectives, and policies of the Collier County Grov.1h Management Plan. This project meets current Growth Management Plan standards to cnsure the adequacy and availability of viable public facilities, RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Board of County Commissioners approves and adopts the Collier County Water-Sewer District's Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water Policy and on the basis of that policy to authorize staff to develop an lQ Water Master Plan and perform anlQ Rate Study. PREPARED BY: Peter Lund, Division Operations Analyst, Public Utilities Division. Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Page I ot I Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2IJ07 Page 3 of 25 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10/\ Hccornrnendation to ClfJprove and adopt the Collier County Water-Sewer Districts Irrigation Ouality (10) \N"ter Policy 311d on the basis of that policy to authorize staff to develop an IQ Water Master F'lan and perform an 10 Water Rate Study. (Beth Jolll1ssen, Wastewater Irng~ltion Quality Manager.) 1 U/23/2007 B:ClO:OO MI1 Approved B)' Thomas Palmer County Attorney Assi5tant County r.ttorney Date County Attorney Oflicp 10f11/2007 12:56 PM Allproved Hy G. George Yilrnaz Puhlic 111i1ities WasteWiller Director Date Wa5h~W"ter 10111/200712:59 PM Apllroved By Thomas Wides Public Utilities Operations Director Date Public Utilities Operatians 10111/20071:04 PM Apllrllvcd By Roy B. Anderson. P,E. Pul)lic Utilili€s Puhlic Utilities Engil1eerin~ Director Date Pu!Jlic Utilities Ellqinel-:rinq 10/11/20071:44 PM AllPrond By James W, DeLony Public Utilili"s Public Utilities Administrator Date Fublic UUlifics .!l.'ilnini<ijriltion 10/11/20071:44 PM Allpnl\'cd B)' OMS Coordinato! Adlllilll';ll 111;)1" ~~"rvicf'''' /\ppIH;aiions Ani'llys1 Date Inl,,1111a1i'1I\ Tc"hnobnv 10/11/20072:51 PM Apllrond B) r,'lllt1}. Gr~('llwi1jd C'.)'1nIV M<nl;lq"",~ O[Jre'" rJI,lna~lf'i11f!llUB'Jd9"t AI1<llyst Date '"lllicp of ~,1;)ll;I\]I'lll"nj &. F.<lld{l"t 10/12120U7 9'29 AM Appruved By Michael SnlJ'ko'NSki (;qunly M<lI1<lQf!r'S Olfie€ f',1dl1a~J('lllen: & BlHlg01 Dir.>ctor Date (Hfirc r,f Mill1;)qCHl'Hlt 8.- FJlld9f~t 10/12120074:04 PM Apllrond B)' Jarn8~; V. r,ludd BO;lI'd of Ci}l!nly C0!l1n,i<3sil'Ilers COllnty Millli19ur Dale ClJUlliy M,H\i1qpr's Offke 10J13!200710:32 AM Aaenda Item NO.1 OA , Ocbber 23, 2007 Page 4 of 25 Co~r County - ... ..... - - Collier County Water-Sewer District Irrigation Quality Water Policy October 2007 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Qua]ity Water P6l'ill~e 5 of 25 Document Control Version/status Date Change Author Working Draft 20 July 2007 Format revision Beth Johnssen, IQ Manager Peter Lund, Operations Analyst Review Draft ] 0 August 2007 Amendments various Beth Johnssen, IQ Manager Peter Lund, Operations Analyst, IQ Policy Team Review Draft 23 August 2007 PUD, Administrator Beth Johnssen, IQ Manager approval Peter Lund, Operations Analyst, IQ Policy Team Version 1 2] September 2007 Beth Johnssen, IQ Manager Peter Lund, Operations Analyst, IQ Policy Team 10/] 1i2(J07 2 of 22 A.genda item No 10A October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water PcH'i:l:~e 6 of 25 CONTENTS Section 1............................................................................................. ......... 4 Introd uctio n .. ....... ......... ....... .................. ......................... ............. ....... ....................... 4 Purpose oflrrigation Quality (IQ) Water Program ...................................................4 Vision ......................................................................................................................... 5 Section 2............................. ................................ ............... .......................... 6 Miss io n Sta tern en t ... .................... .......... ................ ................... ......... ............... .........6 Section 3................................................................ .................................. .... 7 Guiding Principles ..................................................................................................... 7 Section 4............................. ..................................... ........................... ......... 8 Definitio ns....... ............. ..................... ............ ............. ................................ ..... ...........8 Section .5...................................... .......................... .................................. ...12 Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water Policy...................................................................... 12 Fair and Reasonable Rates......................................................................................16 Co nsen'a tio n ...................... ............ ..... ....... ................... ................................. .......... 18 Section 6.......................... ........ .... .......................... .................................. ...20 Recommendations & Considerations for Master Plan Development....................20 Near Term (2008-2013) ...........................................................................................20 Long Term Recommendations (2013-2033)............................................................21 Considerations for Master Plan devclopment ........................................................22 )0!11/'2007 3 of 22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water P6l'ill~e 7 of 25 Section 1 Introduction The Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) recognizes the need to conserve our limited high-quality freshwater supplies in order to meet the growing demands for water. The offset of potable water supply use by irrigation quality (IQ) water for non-potable water demand offers the potential for economic and environmental benefits, as well as significantly reducing the demand for potable water. The CCWSD IQ water program will continue to evolve as the population grows and IQ water supply increases. Therefore the policies and assumptions of this plan are expected to be updated as techno logical, conservational and other alternatives become viable. Purpose of Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water Program The District's strategy for developing the IQ water program can be organized into the following categories: . Wastewater Management The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) requires consideration of use of IQ water for irrigation in the wastewater treatment perrnitting process in lieu of disposal by deep well injection. . Suiface 'Fater Management The use of IQ water, in conjunction with the Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) program. contributes to surficial aquifer recharge, which supports wetlands. enhances environmental quality and promotes sustainable surface \vater management. . Water Supply Management The promotion of IQ water use offsets capital and operating investment needed for the development of expensive alternative water supplies, which benefits all water customers. Reduced witbdrawal of raw water through use of IQ water will extend the sustainable capacity of the Collier County water system. . Education, ClJ/uervutioll und Leg(l(}' Weather and population are seasonal in Southwest Florida, which means that during the dry season, demands for water are exceptionally high. Aq uifer replenishment is dcpendcnt on rain levels during the wet season, which in recent years has been below average. As with the more arid areas of some states we recognize the need to find alternate means of reducing the demands for all types of water for irrigation purposes. Educational programs that encourage general water conservation will raise awareness that water is a limited resource. and by not conserving watcr we are in danger of limiting the potable water availability for future generations. IO/] 1/2()(J7 4 0122 ,Agenda !tem No, 10A October 23. 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water Po1iJr~e 8 of 25 Vision The vision for the lQ water program after full execution of the master plan may include some or all of the fo 1I0wing scenarios: . All of the larger public sites in the CCWSD's scrvice area are fully irrigated using IQ water. This includes all large parks, smaller parks, roadway medians, all public schools and colleges, and governmental facilities, where located near an IQ water main. . Many prh'ate sites with large landscapes are also irrigated with I Q water, particularly wbere there are no permitted ground water sources available and the site is in close proximity to IQ water mains. This includes large office complexes, business parks, churches, private schools, golf courses and cemeteries. . Alternative use of IQ water, such as air conditioning cooling towers, or other water intensive industrial use. . I Q water is used for landscape irrigation in dual piped developments within the CCWSD that are in close proximity to IQ water mains. . IQ water is used in new commercial buildings and multi-family residences for a range of non-potable uses, such as flushing toilets, maintenance, ornamental fountains and washing vehicles. . Pre-existing sites are retrofitted in selected areas adjacent to IQ water mains to receive IQ water for landscape irrigation. This can include older commercial sites, as well as single-fillllily and multi-family rcsidential housing. Although it is feasiblc through existing technology to use IQ water for potable uses the CCWSD's strategy does not incorporate this element hy ~()3J. Therefore, the distribution system is envisioned as a dual pipe system, with one set of water mains distributing conventional potable water. and a sccond set of water mains carrying non-potable IQ water. Related facilitics are also separated. This is consistent with current regulations and codes. This vision does not rcsult in distrihuting lQ watcr to every customer or street within the CCWSD. Nonetheless, this vision will require installation of IQ water mains reaching many different areas within the CCWSD. Certainly a more expan5;;ve lIse (~l lQ water could a/.,'o he enl'is;oned, depending on assuml'tions ahout the emlution of FDEI'. South Florida Water J\lanageme11l District (,"'FWAID) und CCWSD ]Jolicies und ordinances. in addition to the CCWSD's investment commitment. 10/] j/~007 5 of 22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23.2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water PcH'i:l:~e 9 of 25 Section 2 Mission Statement The Collier County Water-Sewer District is committed to trying to meet the irrigation needs of its customers in an economically and environmentally sustainable manner, by promoting water conservation and the use of IQ water wherever possible consistent with this policy. lOllI/20m 60f22 Agenda Item t~o. 1 CiA October 23. 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water 1Rth@~ 10 of 25 Section 3 Guiding Principles This IQ Water Policy is intended to provide beneficial public use by ensuring the optimum potable watcr utilization of our limited raw water supplies. The following guiding principles are to assist the CCWSD to provide IQ water to customers in a fair and consistcnt manner. . The CCWSD will create and maintain an IQ Water Master Plan to govern capital and operating program elements. . The CCWSD will establish a defined IQ Water System Senoice Area in order to effectively plan for the capital and operating needs for providing service and identifYing the customers to be served. . The IQ Water System will provide best value and benefit all CCWSD customers. . All IQ water facilities and infrastructure will be designed and implemented in compliance with all applicable FDEP rules and regulations, Community Development and Environmental Services (eDES) requirements and all other state and local regulations and ordinances. . Tbe CCWSD will financially account for the IQ Water System I" tracking operating and capital revenues and expenditures of the IQ Water Sy' <'In separate(y from accounting for potable water and wastewatcr systems. . The CCWSD will prioritize the availabi/i(1' and sale (!{ IQ \",'hile recognizing its existing contractual commitments. :!r to its customers. . All future IQ Water '<':I'stem customers will be re.lponsible extending and connecting to the CCWSD's IQ Water Syste. rheir allocable cost of . All exi.\'fing IQ Water System customers will be responsi ofoper"ling, maintaining, and replacing of the CCViSD's 'or their allocable cost .ing IQ Water System. . The CCWSD will establish rates, fees and charges tl adequate to recover the allocable costs of the IQ Water Ire reasonable, fitir and lem. . The CCWSD will allocate an IQ water quami(1' ba< Rate of up to I inch per week on irrigable acreage daily now to cach customer. ,n an lQ Water Application . lressed as an annual average . The CCWSD will promote conservation of I(! cOl1sen'ation of potable water resources on a Cl ater and provide for maximum . ffective basis. All new and renewed Bulk Water Agreements shall hc con<istent with these principles. JO/l 1,/~O(l7 7 of 22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water P.aliy!j> 11 of 25 Section 4 Definitions These are special usage definitions that may be used throughout this policy document. Where a phrase or word does not exist, standard usage will apply. Allocated Capacity - Allocated Capacity represents the amount of IQ water for daily service expressed on an average annual daily flow (AADF) basis (not to exceed the IQ Water Application Rate applied to the irrigable property of each applicant for IQ water) which the CCWSD has identified as being available and has allocated for use by the applicant. A Bulk Service Customer's allocated capacity shall not exceed the IQ water capacity computed for that applicant. Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) - The injection of water into underground brackish water aquifers during wet periods to be pumped back to the surface through the same well for use during dry periods. Bulk Service Customers - Bulk Service Customers are individually metered customers who: o Provide on their site, customer-owned and maintained lined storage facilities isolated from the storrnwater management system and with capacity to meet their IQ water demand (expressed on an AADF basis of the capacity allocated to such customer) f()r a minimum of 72 hours. o Receive service that is interruptible. o Reccive service that is gcnerally provided with minimum pressure. o Receive service on an annualizcd daily basis throughout the calendar year. o Receive service at lQ water conservation rates when the customcr's demand exceeds the allocated capacity by 20% during any billing cycle. o Are responsible for IQ water system after designated point of delivery. o Commit to IQ water capacity reservation in cxcess of 100,000 gallons per day (gpd) on an annual average basis. o Receive service through a customer account-specific agreement delineating conditions. o Agree to use IQ water in lieu of CCWSD-supplied potable water or their cutTent perrnitted groundwater withdrawals. o Agree to convert their supplemental water use permit to standby or transfer the pennit to the CCWSD. Collier County Water-Sewer District (CCWSD) - An independent special district within Collier County that is defined in the Special Act, Chapter 2003- ]0/] ]/2007 8 of 22 10/11:'2007 .Ilgdnda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water 1fuIirg~ 12 of 25 353, Laws of Florida, as such Act may be amended (which District is governed by the Board of County Commissioners). Government Entities - Govemment Entities are the departments and agencies of Collier County, State of Florida, or federal government located within the IQ Water Service Area and that requires or desire IQ water for irrigation of roadway medians, buildings, public parking lots, parks, other recreational facilities, public schools or other facilities such as courts and prisons. Irrigable Acreage - the area of a customer's landscaping (in acres) that requires irrigation. Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water - Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water is water other than potable water which meets all of the state and local regulatory requirements as mandated by the FDEP permits and the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) IQ Water Application Rate - The IQ Water Application Rate for the CCWSD is up to l-inch per week on irrigable acreage to compute average annual daily volumes of IQ Water for capacity allocation. o As an example. a 100 acre irrigable parcel of land of a single individually metcred eus/omer, at the rafe of 1 -ineh per week. will provide a maximum capacify allocation of 387.900 gallons per day of lQ wafer expressed on an average annual dailyflow basis (lOO acres x ./3.560 sq. .Ii/acre x I inch/week / 12 inches/foof x 7,-18 gal./cuhic fiO/ / 7 days/week ~ 387.900 gallo/1,l/dOl'). IQ Watcr Capacity - IQ \\'ater Capacity is the customer account-specific average annual daily demand for IQ water computed at the lQ Water Application Rate applied to the customcr's irrigable acreage. lQ Water Sen'iee Area - IQ Water Service Area is that geographic area within the Collier County Water-Sewer District Boundary. but outside of other water service arcas such as the Florida GoveI11mental Utility Authority or the City of Naplcs, ,\here lQ water will be furnished in accordance with the prioritization and decision criteria included in this policy and subsequent master plan. IQ Water System - A network of pipes, pumping facilities, and appurtenances designed to convey and distribute IQ. supplemental, or a combination of IQ and supplemental water. The IQ Water System does not include Deep Injection Wells used for wastewater effluent disposal. Master Meter - Per Ordinance No. 2004-31. a master meter is a radio read or othcr water meter that measures the total gallons of water that flows through such meter to measure the cumulative water bving scrvcd to a specific projcct, 9 of 22 ]0/11/2007 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water Ifubi;g~ 13 of 25 development or portiones) thereof and which has many separate end users being served by such master metered water (as distinguished from a water meter that measures flow of water to separate end use customers or end use water customer units). Meter - Per Ordinance No. 2004-31, a meter is a device that measures the total flow of water passing through a pipe. Non-Potable Water - Per Ordinance No. 2004-31, "non-potable water" is water that is not suitable for drinking, culinary, or domestic purposes, including IQ and supplemental water, effluent, well water, storm water and/or surface water. Potable Water - Potable Water is water that complies with the applicable Drinking Water Standards established by the State of Florida to classifY that water as being safe for human consumption. (Per Ordinance No. 2004-31, the definition is - Water that does not contain objectionable pollutants, contamination, minerals, or infective agents and is classified by law, rule or regulation as being acceptable for drinking, culinary, or domestic purposes.) Prcssurized and Distributcd Customers - Pressurized and Distributed Customers are individually metered customers who receive I Q water under pressure and who's IQ system is maintained by the CCWSD. Prcssurized Customcrs - Pressurized Customers are master metered customers who receive IQ water under pressure, and: . Are responsible for the distribution of IQ watcr to their irrigable areas downstream of the master meter(s). . Agree that the CCWSD will not be responsible for the water prcssure and system maintenance downstream of the pressurized customer's master meter(s). . Recognize and agree that no IQ water provided by the CCWSD shall be resold. Supplemcntal Water Supply (aka Alternative Water Resource) - Per Subsection 373.0 19( I), Florida Statutes, "Alternative Water Supplies" means salt water; brackish surface and groundwater; surface water captured predominantly during wet-wcather flows; sources made available through the addition of new storage capacity for surface or groundwater; water that has been reclaimed after one or more public supply, municipal, industrial, commcrcial, or agricultural uses; the downstream augmentation of water bodies with rcclaimed water; stonnwater; and any other water supply source that is designated as nontraditional for a water supply planning region in the applicable regional water supply plan. Supplemental Water Supply means any ofthe Alternative Water Supply as defined above that may be lawtully used for 10 of 22 IO/l ]/2007 Agenda itern NO.1 0.1\ October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Watcr I/ahi;g~ 14 of 25 IrrIgation. However, in tbe context of this document, Supplemental Water Supply shall exclude IQ Water and potable water supply distributed by the CCWSD. (Note that per Ordnance No. 2004-31, Supplemental Water is non-potable ground water, stormwater, or surface water.) Transmission Mains - Per Ordinance No. 2004-31, transmission mains are non-potable water mains of 6 inches in diameter or greater. Unincorporated Area - All geographic areas within Collier County not within the boundaries of any municipal corporation as of June 26, 2003, the effective date of Cbapter 2003-353, Laws of Florida, a Special Law. In the context of IQ Water and these policies, all areas thereafter annexed into a municipal corporation shall thereby be classified as being "incorporated." I I of22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water 1RIli;!!! 15 of 25 Section 5 Irrigation Quality (IQ) Water Policy This policy, the subsequent IQ Water Master Plan and associated procedures will be in compliance and alignment with all FDEP and SFWMD regulatory requirements. IQ Water Service Area The IQ Water Service Area will be contained within the Collier County Water- Sewer District Boundaries and within unincorporated Collier County unless mandated otherwise by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) witb regard to specific service sites or more generally. "Unincorporated" areas consists of all geographic areas within Collier County not within the geographic boundaries of any municipal corporation as of June 26, 2003, the effective date of Chapter 2003-353, Laws of Florida, a Special Law. In the context of IQ water and these policies, all geographic areas incorporated as a municipal corporation shall thereby be deemed to be within the geographic boundaries of that municipality, Also all areas annexed into a municipal corporation after the effective date June 26, 2003, shall thereby be classified as being "incorporated" unless such geographic area, by interlocal agreement pursuant to Section 171.204, Florida Statute (as now exists or hereafter amended and/or renumbered by the Florida Legislature), excludes such annexed geographic area as an unincorporated enclave and, being an interlocal agreement enclave, shall remain classified as "unincorporated" (not being within the geographic boundaries of the municipality). Although all area(s) that is/are annexed into a municipal corporation after the etlective date of that Special Law does not remove any such annexed area from the CCWSD's geographic boundaries, if the CCWSD is providing any part or all of such annexed area with IQ water. the CCWSD. upon such annexation, shall not be obligated to continue to supply IQ water to such annexed area except to the extent that the CCWSD is thcn contractually obligated to continue to supply such area with IQ Water gallonage pursuant to a long-term, service site-specific written agreement that also contractually obligates the applicable service site to continue to receive (and pay for) the then agreed quantity of IQ water. As of the initial effective date of these policies, all such mutually binding lQ water agreements apply only to golf courses. This policy shall also apply to all geographic areas in the event any Special District that supplies water service and/or wastewater service should expand its service arca to include any geographic area within the CCWSD's then existing service area. Each such expansion requires formal approval from the CCWSD. The IQ Water Master Plan will define the proposed IQ Watcr Service Area in more geographic detail. The plan will be updated as necessary to ensure that the service area and the availability oflQ water are consistent. I0/11/20U7 12of22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water IPahigj! 16 of 25 Benefit to Collier County Water Sewer District Customers Potable Water Customers - The use oflQ water for irrigation purposes may delay planned capital investment to meet the needs of concurrency planning. This may contribute to a potential reduction in the development of potable water supplies by avoiding additional capital investment and operating costs. Wastewater Customers - IQ water is a necessary, direct by-product of the wastewater treatment process that, if not sold, must be disposed of through other processes. Selling reclaimed water avoids capital, operation, and maintenance investment costs associated with other disposal methods, such as deep well injection processes. IQ Water Customers - The availability to irrigate landscaping and golf courses utilizing a product that is more affordable than potable water provides for economic benetits directly to the customer and indirectly to tbe community. In addition to the reasons above, all customers enjoy environmental benefits that result from use of IQ water; tberefore, it is the CCWSD's commitment to try to utilize 100% of the effluent derived from the wastewater treatment process as a source of I Q water and alternative water resources. Separate Cost Accounting The costs of IQ water operations will be identitled separately trom the costs of potable water and trom wastcwater. The operation costs shall include. but not bc limited to, personnel scrvices, utilities, chemicals. repairs and maintenance, contractual services, and other related expenses. A separate and distinct capital improvement program" ill be developed for the IQ Water Systcm as provided in the IQ Water Master Plan. The se!.:rc!.:ation of costs "ill alkm for the establishment of rcasonable, separate rates by customer class for IQ watcr service. Because of recognized associated benefits, thc IQ Water System may be subsidized within reason by other (potable water and wastewater) customers. All rates, fecs, and charges derived from the IQ Water System will be considered as the CCWSD's operating revenue and which revenues can be pledged for payment of all of the CCWSD's expenditures, including its debt service. See also Section 134-32 of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances - Authority of the BCC to adopt rates, fees and charges for the CCWSD's reclaimed watcr system and to provide tcrms and conditions tor the payment and collection of same. 1()/11/2007 13 of 22 .I\genda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water JRrlJi;t;!! 17 of 25 IQ Water Delivery and Service Prioritization The CCWSD shall initially prioritize its I Q water customers based on the offset of potable water usage, customer's ability to accept IQ water, supply oflQ water and other relevant considerations. It is the CCWSD's policy to adhere to the following priorities in delivery of available IQ water. I. IQ water for use by government entItIes (i.e. Collier County government) utilizing potable water where it can be replaced by IQ water. Envisioned usage is for the following: irrigation for parks, libraries, medians, schools, government campuses, and limited usage for industrial cooling. Government entities and public facilities will have the highest priority for IQ water service because the cost savings directly benefit everyone within the CCWSD. 2. IQ water for use by potable water customers located in the IQ Water Service Area who will use the IQ water as a substitute for existing or future potable use based on the quantity of potable water that will be conserved. The prioritization spccified above is intended to meet needs which would otherwise place demands on potable water supplies, resulting in the ability to use available potable water to meet other potable water needs. The customers for service will be segregated into the following classifications (refer to Section 4, Definitions, f(H each of the customer classes listed below): Bulk Service Customers Pressurized Service Customers Pressurized and Distributed Service Customers AIIIQ water delivered to a customer regardless of class shall be metered. Service availability (connected to the IQ Water System) does not guarantee service delivery and the CCWSD has the right to restrict or reduce service when nccessary in order to meet the CCWSD's necds. In execution of this program the CCWSD will provide an application form to all applicants in compliance with the CCWSD's policy mentioned above. All future customers will be responsible for connecting to the CCWSD's IQ Water System, including the extension of dedicated IQ water pipelines up to the CCWSD's IQ water system as well as construction of the customers' on-site facilities (IQ water transmission lincs, booster pump stations, mctering facilities, dedicated storage, etc.). lOIl1/2()()7 ] 4 of 22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water IT'ah\<J1l18 of 25 Bulk Service Customers will be required to enter into a separate written Bulk IQ Water Agrecment or a standardized contract delineating the capacity requirements and service attributes. All future bulk (golf course) customers will be assigned an IQ Water Application Rate of up to I-inch per week over the irrigable area for the deterrnination of the capacity allocation for the respective customer's account. The assignment may be rate class specific (e.g., residential service), based on general service attributes (e.g., meter based) or based on customer account-specific Agreement. All applicants requesting IQ water service will be evaluated based on the above CCWSD IQ Water Policy. IQ water service shall be provided only in the dedicated IQ Water Service Area and only to tbe extent that sutlicient alternative water supply is available to meet the requested capacity needs ofthe applicant requesting the service. All future customers will be responsible for tbe payment of the rates, fees, and charges as adopted by the CCWSD for the provision of IQ Water service. Bulk lQ Water Agreements Bulk Service Customcrs shall be required to enter into Bulk lQ Water Agreements. Bulk IQ Water Agreements shall be limited in duration in consideration of the CCWSD's potable water demand. Bulk lQ Water Agreements shall require the customer to use lQ water in lieu of potable water provided by the CCWSD or the custnmer's own permitted groundwater withdrawals for the duration of the Agreement as long as the CCWSD is supplying the customcr with IQ water. Existing Bulk Service Customers who initiatc renegoliation of their cxisting IQ Water Agreements within one year of the approval of this policy shall be allowed to keep their existing IQ water allocations. up to I ,. per acre per week, for the term of the renewed Agrcement. For existing Bulk Senice Customers who do not renegotiate their existing IQ Water Agreements with," one year of approval of this policy. the subsequent Agrcements shall contain c' clause requiring IQ water allocation to be re-examined based on the IQ ater delivery and service prioritization in place at the time of application (' enewal. For new customers. and all subsequent renewals of Bulk IQ Water greements, Agreements shall contain a clause requiring IQ water allocation t ,c re-examined based on the IQ water delivery and service prioritization in' e at the time of application or rencwal. 10/11/2007 ] 5 of_2 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water lfuhig~ 19 of 25 All renewal and new Bulk IQ Water Agreements shall require payment of the rates, fees, and charges adopted by the CCWSD from time to time for the provision oflQ water service. Service to Existing Customers All existing Bulk Service Customers will be allocated an IQ Water Application Rate of up to I-inch per week over the irrigable area on an average daily basis for the detennination of the capacity allocation. If a customer's Bulk IQ Water Agreement with the CCWSD in effect at the time of adoption of this provision grants to that customer an IQ Water Application Rate that is greater than I-inch per week, that provision may by mutual agreement be reduced upon renewal or modification of the existing Agreement. As described above, existing Bulk Service Customers who initiate renegotiation of their existing Bulk IQ Water Agreements within one year of the approval of this policy shall be allowed to keep their existing lQ water allocations for the maximum vested term (usually 25 years from inception) specified in the Agreement being renewed, but can be reduced by the CCWSD if the Agreement's maximum term is expiring and the Agreement's then specified allocated capacity exceeds the l-inch per week standard. All existing customers will be responsible for tbe payment of the rates, and charges as adopted by the CCWSD for the provision of service. The CCWSD shall have the authority to limit. prioritize or interrupt service at any time. IQ watcr usage shall conform to the irrigation restrictions identified for potable water. The CCWSD shall have the authority to impose surcharge rates and/or interrupt service to customers that use IQ water in excess of the reserved capacity assigned to the respcctive customer. Fair and Reasonable Rates As deemed necessary, the CCWSD will recommend that the BCC, by Ordinance or Resolution, adopt and/or change rates, fees and/or charges to recovcr the allocable cost of providing service to the customers. The CCWSD will recognize IQ Water Application Rates and service delivery attributes in the design of such ratcs, fees and charges among the various customer classes. lOll ]/2007 160f22 c~genda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigatioo Quality Water I"ahiy~ 20 of 25 The CCWSD may from time-to-time request that the BCC, by Ordinance or Resolution, impose reasonable conservation usage rates, surcharges, or other rate application methods to discourage excess IQ water use and to allow for a broader distribution of the IQ water benefit. To the extent possible, existing customers will not subsidize future customer costs in the monthly rates f(lr service. Accordingly, future customers shall to the extent possible fund the IQ Water System facility costs of providing IQ water service by possible imposition of, including but not limited to, capacity tees, capital surcharges, allowance for funds prudently invested by the CCWSD, property contributions, financing charges, including interest and other cost recovery mechanisms. Tbere will be no free or preferential rate service provided to any customers within any classification unless specifically provided for in tbe customer-specific long- terrn written Agreements in existence prior to the establishment of these policies. Such rates shall be deleted from the Agreement if the Agreement is extended beyond it initial maximum tenn (usually 25 ycars from the Agreements' commencement date). Existing IQ water customers, being -'grandfathered-- against retroactive application of rate changes, will not be responsible for the payment of IQ water- related capacity fees for their currently reservcd capacity. All future IQ water customers, and all exist ing customers wbo request an increase in their current capacity reservation, will be responsible, if their request is granted, for payment of the then prevailing IQ water-related capacity fees, and, if applicable, allowanccs for funds prudcnt Iy invested. To the extent then authorized by Ordinance or BCC Rcsolution. the CCWSD shall have the authority to impose a capacity fee. a connection charge, main extension fee, meter sctting tee, installation and inspection fees, allowance for funds prudently invested, and/or any othcr ratcs. fees and chargcs that will allow t(1]' the recovery of the total cost of providing IQ water service to its customers. Such rates. fees and charges will be based on standard cost recovery practices designed to recover the specific costs of providing service. For accounting and rate study purposes the IQ Water System encompasses the following facilities: . The storagc and high service pumping facilit ies gcnerally located at the watcr reclamation facility sites lor the distribution of lQ Water to the System (not including deep injection well facilities) and because the treatment of IQ water is an added process. may include an allocable cost for the wastewater treatment process if such costs are easily distinguishable and are incremental in providing service. IUl11/2(1(]7 170122 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water rrali;g~ 21 of 25 . All supplemental water wells and/or surface water withdrawal facilities and associated Supplemental Water lines dedicated to the System. . IQ water transmission system, including above-ground reservoirs, tanks, and aquifer storage and recovery facilities. . Oft~site lQ water distribution and metering facilities owned by the CCWSD, and will include the associated operation and maintenance costs of such facilities. Non-Irrigation Use ofJQ Water The CCWSD will continue to recognize that portions of IQ water may continue to be used for environmental mitigation purposes. I Q water can be used for limited industrial purposes, such as air conditioning cooling towers. IQ water will not be utilized for uses prohibited by applicable laws, ordinances, rules or regulations. No resale of IQ water by a CCWSD IQ water customer to any third party will be allowed in accordance with the general service requirements and provisions of Rcsolutions that have authorized the issuance of the then outstanding utility revenue bonds. Conservation For many years IQ water was regarded as an insignificant byproduct of the wastewater process. Today. it is a highly sought after commodity and conservation practices and contract languagc should reflect that demand. Contracts will be reviewed upon their renewal periods and may be modified to include: . Master metering versus the bulk, "take or pay" agreement, in conjunction with the ASR program implementation. . Rcvised IQ water allocation criteria calculations. . Requircments that subsurface, drip and otber conservation irrigation technologies are employed, striving for optimum irrigation efficiency. . Incentives !clr water wise landscaping. Education and Outreach The CCWSD will provide an aggressive interagency public information and education campaign !c)cused on water conservation and water wise landscaping. This program will operate as a joint venture between the Water and Wastewater !O/11/20(!7 18 of 22 JO/1I/2007 Agenda Item ~jo. 10A October 23.2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water iRlIi:g~ 22 of 25 Departments as well as IFAS Extension Office, SFWMD and DEP, addressing irrigation efficiency as well as a best practice approach for landscaping homes, commercial property and go If courses. An awards program will identifY the most successful individuals and organizations demonstrating best conservation and wise water use practices. 19 of 22 Agenda Item NO.1 OA October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water 1fa1J\g!! 23 of 25 Section 6 Recommendations & Considerations/or Master Plan Development Recommendations of this plan are summarized below. Near Term (2008-2013) . Revise Contracts - Continue to supply the CCWSD's current commercial and residential base with IQ water as contracted. At the time of contract renewal/revision, review water usage calculations, incorporate conservation measures and take into account the IQ water user prioritization specified by the BCC. Existing customers willing to have their Bulk lQ Water Agreements renegotiated within one year of the effective date of this policy will be allowed to keep their current IQ water allocation for the term of the renewed Agreement but not to exceed that Agreement's maximum term (usually 25 years from the Agreement's original commencement date. . Develop IQ Water Supp~v - Continue to aggressively pursue supplemental sources of IQ water, such as surface water, and tools to manage the supply/demand (e.g. ASR technology and satellite treatment stations). . Irrigation Ordinance Revision- Modify existing irrigation ordinance to include that IQ water shall be subject to normal water use restrictions, making exceptions for industrial and golf course use. . Revise IQ Water Ordinance - Review and rcvise ordinance to incorporate conservation measures, standardize calculations and usage language. . Project Selection- Prior to extensive invcstmcnt in the IQ infrastructure, the business case for distribution system projects should bc defined using a cost-benefit framework. The project-by-project comparison should include potable water savings comparison, the availability ofsupplemcntal water supplies, and proximity to an existing IQ main. . Relationship to Other Improvements. In some cases, IQ waler projects can conveniently be combined with other utility or street improvements utilizing a benefit-cost rramework. The CCWSD should incorporate consideration of IQ water projects into its routine capital projects planning including road improvement projects utilizing a best value approach. . Rate Structure for IQ Water. It is recommended that IQ water rates be increased to reflect the treatment and distribution maintenance costs associated with the system to the extent that the then existing rates do not take such costs into account. A rate study may be needed to strike a lOll] /2()()] 20 of 22 Agenda lIem NO.1 0/\ October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water If'aIiig~ 24 of 25 balance between the necessity to recover revenue for system construction, operation and maintenance, and the need to provide an incentive to customers to use IQ water while realizing associated benefits of the system. . Charges to RecOl'er Costs Not Covered by IQ Water Rates. It is recommended that additional costs not recovered from rates charged to IQ water uscrs be covered by a combination of wastewater fees and potable water consumption rates charged to all customers of water and wastewater services. This is appropriate due to the broad public benefits associated with the IQ water system. Dividing revenues between these sources balances the burden between new and existing customers, recognizing the benefits oftbe IQ water program to these groups. . Conservation and Public Outreach Element, In conjunction with the University of Florida's Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences (IF AS), Florida Golf Course Superintendents Association (FGCSA), and SFWMD, build strong conservation and education programs to reduce the dependency on both potable and IQ water. The County should lead by example by reducing landscape demands for irrigation through alternatives to grass and improved selection of trees, shrubs and other plants. Long Term Recommendations (2013-2033) . ,rater Availability A long-term goal of the CCWSD is 10 increase the amount of IQ water available. at which time IQ water may be delivered to water users that arc permitted to withdraw fresh groundwater for irrigation purposes. when the water user will use the lQ watcr in lieu of its fresh groundwater withdrawals. In cases where the customer holds its own water use permit. the Bulk IQ \Vater Agrccments shall require the customer to convcrt usage under its waleI' usc permit to standby status and/or transfer the water use permit to the CCWSD for the duration ofthc Agreement. (See definition of "Bulk Service Customer". . Program Adaptation In the long tenn. the CCWSD should continue to be forward looking and adaptable. Substantial evolution will likely occur in lQ water technology. state regulations. and public perceptions of IQ water. The CCWSD should be prepared to adjust its policies and infrastructure program accordingly. It is recommended that this document be viewed as a starting point and all associatcd and subsequcnt documents be reviewed at least once every five years. Modifications should be made as needed in response to expcrience gained. technology improvements, and opportunities present themselves. . Explore Options for Additional Uses meet certain criteria shall be required Customers of the CCWSD who to use IQ water for high-volume JO/ll/2(j(j7 :::l 01'22 Agenda Item No. 10A October 23, 2007 CC W-SD Irrigation Quality Water 1R>!J\gj! 25 0125 consumption for irrigation and other non-potable applications. Some of the envisioned uses are cement plants, masonry work, and industrial cooling. Criteria will need to be developed to implemcnt this policy. Considerations for Master Plan development . Regulatory constraints on delivery and application of IQ water may change over time as techno logical advances in treatment may occur. Therefore, this plan should be, and is intended to be, flexible enough to respond to these changes. . The CCWSD may create incentives for the use of IQ water, coupled with mandatory requirements that customers meeting certain criteria use IQ water for irrigation or other non-potable applications. . The CCWSD's currently defined service area will probably be extended, but it is anticipated that the Golden Gate Estates and environmentally sensitive areas 'will be excluded. Densities will increase in currently developed areas; however, it is anticipated that they will remain similar to their current layout and character. . It is anticipated that the current economic base will substantially remain the same, with tourism and retail commercial activity predominating. It is also anticipated that industrial activity will remain a minor component of the economic base. . Current parks and scbools will likely remain in their existing locations. . Capacity for producing IQ water will not be completely constrained by wastewater generated. The IQ water system will in alllikclihood be supplemented by alternative water suppl ies. . The IQ Water Master Plan will nced to strikc a balance between additional IQ water availability as supplemental sources are developed. timeframes fur placing piping inlj'astructure in the designated areas, as well as capitalizing on other road and utility projects. . The availability oflQ water must not negate the need to conServe all sources of water. 101ll/20U7 22 of22 Agenda Item NO.1 DB October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 11 "'_...,~ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve for discussion at the upcoming joint Board of County Commissioners and Collier County Legislative Delegation Pre 2008 Legislative Session Workshop the attached list of proposed issues OBJECTIVE: Recommendation to approve for discussion at the joint Board of County Commissioners and Collier County Legislative Delegation Pre 2008 Legislative Session Workshop scheduled for November 2, 2007 the attached list of issues as proposed by Commissioners as well as the existing Board-approved slate of 2007 State Legislative Priorities still important to the community. At this meeting Commissioners are being asked to discuss the proposed list, evaluate the merits of each topic, perhaps propose additional issues if'not yet voiced, and decide which will comprise a list that will be deliberated with the Collier County Legislative Delegation in about 10 days. Following a tborough and comprehensive vetting process, the Board at a regular meeting following the workshop will be asked to approve Collier County's 2008 State Legislative Priorities. ~ CONSIDERATION: To develop Collier Countygovemment's legislative platform, the Board of County Commissioners is holding a Pre 2008 Legislative Session Workshop with the Collier County Legislative Delegation on November 2,2007, at which time a list of the proposed 2008 State Legislative Priorities will be considered. The below list is tentative and subject to challge: Collier Countv 's proposed 2008 State Letlislatil'e Priorities: . Decrease Insurance Costs . Affordable Housing . Reduce Attorncy/Court Fecs . Oppose Portability of Homestead Property Assessments (Commissioner Henning Supports) . Partial-Year Assessments . Real Estate Transfer Fee . Transportation Funding Tied to Seat Belt Use . 311 funding . Cameras at Intersections to Catch Red-Light Runners . Protect Impact Fees (Commissioners Coyle and Halas) . Requesting Change in Florida Statutes to Elect Rather than Appoint South Florida Water Management District Governing Board Members · Address Issues of Concern in Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA) Agenda Item No. 108 Ostober 23, 2007 Page 2 of 11 · Protect Home Rule (Commissioners Coyle and Halas) . Support Any Attempt for Federal Government to Enforce Immigration Laws (Commissioners Coyle and Henning) · Support County Takeover from State the Collier County Housing Authority (Commissioner Henning) · Monitor Growth Management Developments Reiterating, the list attached is for discussion purposes at this point in the process. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with this executive summary. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no growth management impact associated with this executive summary. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: There are no legal considerations associated with this executive summary. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of County Commissioners deliberates and decides on a list of issues for discussion at the November 2, 2007 joint Board of County Commissioners and Collicr County Legislative Delegation Pre 2008 Legislative Session Workshop. Prepared by Debbie Wight, Assistant to the County Managcr - Page I of I Agenda Item No.1 08 October 23, 2007 Paye 3 of 11 COLLIER COUNTY 130/\RD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: Item Summary: lUB H:eCOllllncndalioll to ;:Ipprove for discussion allhe upcoming joint Board of County Cornrnissionels and Colliel COllnty Legislative Delegation Pre 2008 Legislative Session WOIkshop the altad1ed list of proposed issues (Debbie Wight, Assistant to the County M;H18ger ) Meeting Date: 1 U/23/20U'i 9:UUO(J Nv1 Al'llrovcd Hy JarnBS V. Mudd County Mananer Date Board of County Gommis!'lioners COllnty Mana'Jer's Office 10/15120077:31 PM Agenda Item ~<o. 108 October 23, 2007 Page 4 of 11 wight d From: Sent: To: Subject: henning_t Friday, September 07,20074:07 PM wlght_d FW: 2008 State Legislative Priorities & calendar dates Attachments: State Legislative Priorities 2007 11.08.06 T'hassee top.doc; 2007 Legisiative Session Summary Keith Arnold & Associates.doc My comments are in the word doc, From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: wight_d Friday, September 07, 20073:20 PM ColettaJim; hennlng_t; CoyleFred; HalasFrank; flala_d mudd.J; ResnickUsa; tuckersam; SpringsPaula; LeaSandra; HastingsKendra; filson_s; Brett Bacott; Keith Arnold; TorreJohn 2008 State Le9islative Priorities & calendar dates Commissioners, Time has arrived for you to provide me with your ideas to bring forth for full Board discussion and then approval for your slate of 2008 State Legislative Priorities. For your convenience, I have attached the Board-approved list of 2007 State Legislative Priorities as well as a 2007 Legislative Session Summary provided by our state lobbyist, J. Keith Arnold and Associates. You have plenty of time, but with the summer season coming to a close and the issues rising to the surface, you may want to send your recommendations my way as the concerns come up. In addition, could you please iet me know who will be attending the Florida Association of Counties 2007 Policy Committee Conference scheduled September 26-28 in Gainesville, Alachua County, so I may coordinate with you. You are probably aware, but a reminder that the joint Board of County Commissioners and Collier County Legislative Delegation Pre-2008 Legislative Session Workshop is scheduled for Friday, November 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the boardroom. Also, the Collier County State Legislative Delegation Public Hearing for local bills will be held Wednesday, November 28, from 9 to 11 a.m. in the conference room of Immokalee Community Park, 321 First Street North. The Delegation will reconvene at 2 p.m. in the County Commission chambers at the Collier County Government Center, 3301 Tamiaml Trail East. Toward the top of the afternoon agenda, the County Commission Chairman presents to the Delegation the Board's approved 2008 State Legislative Priorities. This session will last untii the completion of the agenda. Members of the public will have an opportunity to address the delegation about issues not related to local biils upon completion of the local bill agenda. Your consideration and cooperation are appreciated. If you need additional information or assistance, feel welcome to ask. Thanks. -Debbie ~ ~ State Legislative 2007 Legislative Priorities 2... Session Summa... 1 Collier Countv's 2007 State Lef!islative Priorities: I" I. . Growth Management Glitch Bill (SB i360~ . W ater iBiI~ . Insurance . Affordable Housing . Attorney/Court iFee~ . Portability of Homestead Property Assessments (Collier County oppose~ . Partial-Year Assessments . Transportation funding tied to seat belt use . 311 funding . Cameras at interscctions to catch red-light runners . Oppose any attempt to cbange impact fees . Requesting Change in Florida Statutes to Elect Rather than Appoint Florida Water Management District Governing Board Members . Amend House Bill 7079 to give all counties the latitude to exempt only portions of their county with unpaved roads from all-terrain vehicle (A TV) use . Address issues of concern in Consultants Competitive N egotiation lAc~ . . Agenda Item No. 108 October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 11 Comment [CCG1]: Thegl.itch was ""- . Comment [CCG2]: 'What water bill [ Comment [C(63): For what 1 Comment [CCG4]: Support Comment [CCGS}: Support any attempt for the Federal Government enforce immigration laW/; wight d Agenda Item NO.1 OB October 23, 2007 Page 6 of 11 From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: ColettaJlm Friday, September 07, 2007 6:10 PM wight_d Commissioners RE: 2008 State Legislative Priorities & calendar dates Debbie Wight I will not be attending the FAC Policy Committee Conference due to the county's budget constraints. As for the BCC Legislative priorities for the 2008 Legislative Session we will need to address that at a regular BCC meeting. Jim Coletta, Chairman Commissioner, District 5 Collier County Government 3301 E, Tamiami Trail Naples, FL 34119 Phone (239) 774-8391/ Fax (239) 774-3602 iimcoletta(ij)collieraov.net Please note: Florida has a very broad public records law. Most written communications to or from officials regarding county business are public records available to the public and media upon request, Your e-mail communications may therefore be subject to public disclosure, From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: wighCd Friday. September 07, 20073:20 PM ColettaJim; henning_t; CoyleFred; HalasFrank; flala_d mudd.J; Resnicklisa; tuckersam; SpringsPaula; LeaSandra; HastingsKendra; filson_s; Brett Bacott; Keith Arnold; TorreJohn 2008 State Legislative Priorities & calendar dates Commissioners, Time has arrived for you to provide me with your ideas to bring forth for full Board di, slate of 2008 State Legislative Priorities. For your convenience, I have attached tr Legislative Priorities as well as a 2007 Legislative Session Summary provided byo' Associates. You have plenty of time, but with the summer season coming to a clo, you may want to send your recommendations my way as the concerns come up. :ssion and then approval for your ioard-approved list of 2007 State tate lobbyist, J. Keith Arnold and ,ld the issues rising to the surface, In addition, could you please let me know who will be attending the Florida Assc "tion of Counties 2007 Policy Committee Conference scheduled September 26-28 in Gainesville, Alachua Cc: 'y, so I may coordinate with you. You are probably aware, but a reminder that the joint Board of County Commis Delegation Pre-2008 Legislative Session Workshop is scheduled for Friday boardroom. 8rs and Collier County Legislative "ember 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Also, the Collier County State Legislative Delegation Public Hearing for 28, from 9 to 11 a.m. in the conference room of Immokalee Community Pa' reconvene at 2 p.m. in the County Commission chambers at the Collier Cc East. Toward the top of the afternoon agenda, the County Commission C' approved 2008 State Legislative Priorities. This session will last until the will have an opportunity to address the delegation about issues not relat agenda. ,I bills will be held Wednesday, November 21 First Street North. The Delegation will Government Center, 3301 Tamiami Trail itan presents to the Delegation the Board's pletion of the agenda. Members of the publiC J local bills upon completion of the local bill Your consideration and cooperation are appreciated. If you need add .al infcr'nation or assistance, feel welcome to ask. Thanks. -Debbie Agenda Ilem NO.1 06 October 23, 2007 << File: State Legislative Priorities 2007 11.08.06 T'hassee top.doc>> <<File: 2007 Legislative Session Scil!lIf,Jr?fK'k1th Arnold & Associates .doc >> 2 wight d Agenda Item NO.1 DB October 23. 2007 Page 8 of 11 From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: wight d ThurSday, September 13, 2007 5:27 PM henning_t; tuckersam mudd.J; ochsJ FW: 2008 State Legislative Priorities & calendar dates Attachments: 09.13.07 AttorneyCourt fees 2007.pdf; State Legislative Priorities 2007 11.08.06 T'hassee top.doc; 2007 Legislative Session Summary Keith Arnold & Associates. doc Commissioner Henning, Thank you for your expeditious response to my request for input as Commissioners and staff move forward in developing our slate of 2008 State Legislative Priorities, which will be discussed jointly and then finally approved by the full Board of County Commissioners. I will also respond first to your inquiriesfcomments regarding our 2007 State Legislative Priorities, which in my understanding was your intent. Growth Management Glitch Bill (SB 360) - The Florida Legislature in the 2007 Legislative Session passed HB 7203, named the Comprehensive Planning bill but known more as the Growth Management legislation which was in response to SB 360. HB 7203 actually makes It easier for development to'occur regardless of transportation concurrency issues. It also extends local government and developer agreements from 10 to 20 years. The most signrficant change for counties In HB 7203 is that it extends by one year the deadline for local governments to submit their annual capital improvements element (CIE) to meet the new financial feasibility requirements. That deadline has been rnoved from December 2007 to December 2008. Similarly, according to the Florida Association of Counties (FAG), under the definition of financial feasibility the bill deletes an unclear proviSion in current law relating to the use of proportionate share payments, while adding clarifying language stating that transportation level-of-service standards are to be achieved and maintained within the time period of the capital improvement schedule, rather than each and every year. FAC further summarizes that the bill also provides an optional proviSion for counties to fOllOW when determining whether certain land use amendments will comply with the new financial feasibility requirements. Specifically, the bill states that a county may, by local option, amend its future land use map - allowing additional development and traffic impacts - and the plan shall be deemed to be financially feasible if the amendment is supported by either a condition in the development order for transportation mitigation or a binding agreement addreSSing proportionate share mitigation. In effect, this provision states that the level-of-service standards for transportation shall be conSIdered achieved and maintained under these conditions Finally, in the area of mitigation payments, the bill specifically states that proportionate share mitigation shall be limited to ensure that a development mitigates its impact on the transportation system but is not responsible for the additional costs of reducmg or ellminatln~ ';acklogs. However the bill does not amend the statutory formula. In addition. J v'wlth Arc & Associates, our state lObby'st. provided the follOWing summation re HB 7203 In the attachment I ,,' ~ _'c;JW beginning on Page 7: HB 7203 Relating to Growth Management was not introduced as a proposed committee bill untit the Sixth week of session In the House Economic Expansion and Infrastructure Council. What began as a 'glitch bill" to fix problems with SB 360, became a 44-page bill with major new proviSions affecting several areas of growth management law. Despite the opposition of the Department of Community AffairS Secretary, the bill ultimately passed the legislature on Ihe final day of session with series of amendments on third and final reading. As passed, HB 7203 makes It easier for development 10 occur, regardless of transportation concurrency issues. Summary of the major Items In HB 7203: . Bill makes it easier for development to occur regardless of transportation concurrency issues . Extension of local government/developer agreements from 10 to 20 years . Establishes a pilot program In several communities With weak planning track records (Broward, Pinellas, Jacksonville, Miami, Hialeah, Tampa) that allows all amendments to be reviewed through the small scale amendment process . Bill relaxes concurrency standards . Community redevelopment areas now included in definition of "urban redevelopment" Agenda Item NO.1 OB October 23, 2007 Page 9 of 11 . Comprehensive plans deemed "financially feasible" when the capital improvements schedule shows that concurrency standards (for transportation and schools) will be achieved/maintained by the end of the 5 year schedule . Allows plan amendments to be deemed "financially feasible" with respect to transportation facilities if: (a) is a condition of development order of a DRI with proportionate share mitigation (b) is part of a binding agreement with fair share mitigation where the amendment to the future land use map Is within designated urban infill, urban redevelopment or urban service area . Adds airport passenger terminals, concourses, air cargo facilities, hangars, aircraft maintenance/storage areas to existing transportation concurrency exemption for public transit facilities . Clarifies that where urban service areas are to be considered for transportation concurrency, they can only be as large as the area covering a 10 year planning period . Where a school board agrees to include a new facility in its next scheduled work program, developers can accelerate bUilding of one or more schools . proportionate fair share mitigation specifically allowed to be focused on one or more transportation improvements - clarification that where such funding "significantly benefits" the overall transportation system as determined by the local government, development is allowed to occur even If concurrency not met . Transportation Concurrency Backlog Areas authorized a. allows creation of an authority (meaning the appropriate local government) that designates an area where one or more traffic deficiencies exist such that traffic volume(s) exceed the level of service standard as found in the local plan b. provides tax increment financing to raise funds needed to demonstrate that deficiencies will be addressed in 10 years or less - allows for bonds and related financing mechanisms c. allows development to proceed once the improvement schedule IS made part of the comprehensive plan - will be deemed "financially feasible" d. also requires an overall plan showing deficient roadways, priority improvement list and financing schedule as pari of the comprehensive plan . Plan Amendment Review Pilot Progam-designates 8roward, Pinellas, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, Hialeah to have all amendments reviewed under a modified small scale process: OPPAGA to present evaluation report by December 1, 2008. to Governor, Speaker and President on pilot program . DRI buildout dates extended by 3 years without becoming substantial deviations . Community Workforce Housing Innovation Pilot Program (CHWIP) for building affordable housing renamed 'Representative Mike Davis Community Workforce Housing Innovation Pilot Program" "Tax Increment Financing for Conservation Lands" created in bill allows multi-county ad valorem taxes for funding purchases of sensitive lands for conservation This would allow counties to work together with local tax initiatives to acqUire conservation lands of Significance that span their common borders. . When Port Master Plans are integrated into a local comprehensive plan as part of an EAR, and the EAR is found not suffiCient, the port master plan may still be adopted . DCA authorized to use rulemaking to implement Local Update Census Addresses (LUCA) tech assistance grants Water Bill - There was not a bill filed in the 2007 Legislative Session which specifically addressed water glitches to S8 444, which was filed in 2005 with S8 360 although we were continuing to monitor if such should arise. The major water issue passed by the 2007 Legislature was expansion of the Lake Okeechobee Protection Act, SB 392 Watershed Restoration. An Everglades Restoration Resolution requesting the federal share of cleanup funding was passed, and $150 million in water projects was passed in the appropriations act. (See details of S8 392 on Page 22 of the J. Keith Amolds & Associates Summary attached below.) Attorney/Court Fees - This refers to COllier County's proposed amendment to Florida Statutes re attorney/court fees in eminent domain cases. I have scanned and provided as an attachment the proposal as prepared by Assistant County 2 AgenC:a Item NO.1 08 Attorney Jeff Klatzkow and presented by Board Chairman Frank Halas to the Collier County LegiSlative~i!~~i~%4W~i December 1 g, 2006 at Naples City Hall. m 09.13.07 torneyCourt fees 20 In addition, during the 2007 Legislative Session two bills were identified to the related statute F.S. 73, which would have served as vehicles to amend the attorney/court fees Issue onto, SB 2816 by Sen. Villalobos and HB 1373 by Rep. Robaino, dealing with community associations. The bills died in committee and on the calendar. Commissioner Henning, I will add to our list for consideration by the Board your input for the 2008 State Legislative Priorities: . Portability of Homestead Property Assessments (Collier County supports) . Support any attempt for the Federal Government to enforce immigration laws Thank you. -Debbie From: Sent: To: Subject: henning_t Friday, September 07, 20074:07 PM wight_d FW: 2008 State Legislative Priorities & calendar dates My comments are in the word doc, From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: wight,d Friday, September 07, 2007 3:20 PM ColettaJim; hennlng_t; CoyleFred; HalasFrank; flala_d mudd.J; ResnickLisa; tuckersam; SpringsPaula; LeaSandra; HastingsKendra; filson_s; Brett Bacott; Keith Arnold; TorreJohn 2008 State Legislative Priorities & calendar dates Commissioners, Time has arrived for you to provide me with your ideas to bring forth for full Board discussion and then approval for your slate of 2008 State Legislative Priorities, For your convenience, I have attached n,c. Board-approved list of 2007 State Legislative Priorities as well as a 2007 Legislative Session Summary provided by 0 state lobbyist, J. Keith Arnold and Associates. You have plenty of time, but with the summer season coming to a clos, and the issues rising to the surface, you may want to send your recommendations my way as the concerns come up. In addition, couid you please let me know who will be attending the Florida Asso( ation of Counties 2007 Policy Committee Conference scheduled September 26-28 in Gainesville, Alachua C, ,ty, so I may coordinate with you. You are probably aware, but a reminder that the joint Board of County Commis' Delegation Pre-2008 Legislative Session Workshop is scheduled for Friday. boardroom. ers and CoWer County Legislative ember 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Also, the Collier County State Legislative Delegation Public Hearing for 28, from g to 11 a.m. in the conference room of Immokalee Community Pc reconvene at 2 p.m. in the County Commission chambers at the Collier r East. Toward the top of the afternoon agenda, the County Commission approved 2008 State Legislative Priorities. This session will last until t' will have an opportunity to address the delegation about issues not' agenda. al bills will be held Wednesday, November 321 First Street North. The Delegation will ,ty Government Center, 3301 Tamiami Trail ,,,man presents to the Delegation the Board's ,mpletion of the agenda. Members of the public ad to local bills upon completion of the local bill 3 Agenda Item NO.1 08 October 23, 2007 PaQe 11 of 11 Your consideration and cooperation are appreciated. If you need additional information or assistance, feel welCome to ask. Thanks. -Debbie i!i] ~ State Legislative 2007 Legislative Priorities 2... Session Summa... 4 Agenda Item No. 10C October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A report to the Board of County Commissioners concerning a possible change in the County's Ordinance to reflect an amcndment to Florida Statutes regarding the use of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV's) on certain unpaved roads in the County. OBJECTIVE: To report to the Board of County Commissioners as to unpaved roads in Collier County that might be suitable for the use of A TV's as allowed under the amended Florida Statutes in regards to use and restrictions of A TV's on unpaved roads, as enacted during the 2007 Florida Legislature session. CONSIDERATIONS: During the 2006 legislative session Florida Statute 316.2123 was enacted, which allowed the use of A TV's on unpaved public roads with speed limits of less than 35 miles per hour. The statute allowed that "A county is exempt from this section if the goveming body of the county, by m~ority vote, following a noticed public hearing, votes to exempt the county from this section." The wording of the statute created a situation in which the counties were required to allow an "all or none" use of unpaved roadways for A TV use. The Board of County Commissioners, in Resolution 2006-256A, adopted on the 26th of September, 2006, exempted Collier County rrom the provisions of that statute. During the 2007 legislative session F.S. 316.2123 was amended such that "Alternately, a county may, by majority vote after such a hearing, designate certain unpaved roadways where an A TV may be operated during the daytime as long as each designated roadway has a posted speed limit of less than 35 miles pcr hour and is appropriately marked to indicate permissive A TV use," This amendment now allows for a limitcd use, at specific locations, of A TV's on unpaved roadways within the county. In response to the modification of thc State statute, the Board of County Commissioners instructed Transportation Division stall to review unpaved public roadways within Collier County to identifY any locations that might be appropriate for use by ATV's. Although there arc many unpaved County roadways within the Golden Gate Estates area, most have residences creating a possible traflic safety conilict with the ATV use. A data search was done using the County's Limcrock Conversion Program database to identify unpaved roadway segments without residences on them and 34 such segmcnts were found, ranging in length from 164 feet to 5100 feet. Threc such locations had lengths in excess of 4,000 feet, with all three of these scgments fronted by property listed by the Appraiser's Office as Residcntial Vacant. All would be posted as 30 mph, ~ A five mile segment of unpaved Wagon Wheel Road that is maintained by Collier County and without residences was identified. The roadway segment is located between Birdon Road and Turner River Road within the Big Cypress National Preserve and is posted at 30 mph. Agenda Item NO.1 OC October 23. 2007 Page 2 016 A ten plus mile unpaved roadway named Jane's Scenic Drive, in the Faxahatchee Strand State Preserve, was identified. It has no rcsidences, is posted at 30 mph, and appears to be no longer maintained. Also identified for possible use by A TV's is the area of Patterson Boulevard, south of Stewart Drive, in what was once the "South BlockS" of Golden Gate Estates and is now a part of the Picayune State Forest. This area of 4.8 miles by 2 miles contains 27 miles of unpaved roadway within tbe State Forest. These roads are posted as "30 MPH ALL ROADS" and posted State Forest rules limit all vehicles to roadways. FISCAL IMPACT: If use of an area for ATV's is pursued the fiscal impact to the County would be approximately $1,000 for the costs of providing the signing required by the statute. This amount would be available in the Traffic Operations Fund 101 budget. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: There is no Growth Management impact associated with this Executive Summary. RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioners continue the prohibition of the use of A TV's on County roadways with residences. If the Board wisbes to modify the current blanket County Ordinance prohibiting A TV use on any or all unpaved public roadways the Transportation Services Division stands ready to advertise the required public hcaring and then properly post the specified roadway with required signing in order to meet thc amcnded statute. Prepared By; Robert W. Tipton, r.E., Traffic Operatiom Director Attachments: (I) F.S. 316.2123 as enacted in 2006 (2) BCC Resolution 2006-256A (3) F.S. 316.2123 as amended in 2007 Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: Pagel of I Agenda Item NO.1 OC October 23. 2007 Page 3 016 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1UC A report to the Bomd of County Commissioners concerning a possible change in the Countys Ordinance to refled an amendment to Florida Statutes regarding the use of All Terrain Vellicles (A TV:;;) Oil certain unpaved roads in the County (Bob Tipton. Traffic Operations fJ1cHl3gcr) 1 U'2:3/2UU7 9:00:00 AM PI'cll:trcd By Robert W. Tipton, P.E, Transport;:ltioll Services Traffic Operations Director Date Traffic Operations 10/9/20073:27:56 PM A)ll)rovcd By Robert W, Tipton, P.E. Trnnsportation Services Traffic Operations Director Date Traffic Op€l<ltions 10/9/20073:44 PM Approved Hy Scott R. Teach County Attorney Assi5tant County Attorney Date County Attorney Office 10110/20078:12 AM AllJlrOved By Barbara LaPierre Trall5portatiolJ Services ManagelllentiBlJdgcl Anatyst Date Tmffic OperilUons 10/10/20072:16 PM Apllrovcd B.y Sharon Newman lri1nSporl;:ltion Si'rviGcs Accounting Supervisor Date ll;JIl';p"ltali()l1 Servi(;(", A.dmin 10/10120073:50 PM Appruved By Norm E. Feder, fdCP Tr"nSl1orJ;Jlhn ~:!("'li. (", Tr,lllf;t'('II;lll"n [Jivi:;il)1l A{~rnillistlalor Date T1ilnspOiL1U,\ll Servin's !\flnlin. 10/11/200711:30 AM Appn....'cd B,y 1'<11 L(>hllllald lranSI)Pl'tnllnr; :,,,rvicps Ey.p';ll\i,'" SS~tet;.1f\' Date 1 j,'III:;P"'),lli(,1) S'~~vic"" Admin 10/11/200712:50 PM Approvcd B,y OMB Coordinator Adminis.tln.live Spfvicrs Jl,pptkMiol1S t;llilt:.'st Dale Intorm;;tioll Tr,:hnf)lofIY 10/11/20072:33 PM Apprond B~' Mich,wl Slnyl:owski County Mar1?~lcf'S Olliee M;rnag0mel1t & Bu(j9(~t Dit~;ctor Date OfficE' of MiHlilpr;n"ml & Burl\jf:'t 10/'12/20073:25 PM Allf.roved By .James V. RhHJd BO<lnl of County COllllT1issh'IH!rS County Mnn3!JPt Date COli Illy !\iliHI<1g{!!"'s OHit;e 101131200712:29 PM Statutes & Constitution :View Statutes :->2C106->ChCl316->Section 2123 : Online Sunshine Page I of 1 Agenda Item NO.1 OC October 23, 2007 Page 4 016 Select Year: 12006..:.1 Go I The 2006 Florida Statutes Title XxiII MOTOR VEHICLES Chapt~3J 6 STATE UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL Vif'w EntireDlapt"r 316.2123 Operation of an ATV on certain roadways.-- (1) The operation of an ATV, as defined in s. 317,0003, upon the public roads or streets of this state is prohibited, except that an ATV may be operated during the daytime on an unpaved roadway where the posted speed limit is less than 35 miles per hour by a licensed driver or by a minor under the supervision of a licensed driver. The operator must provide proof of ownership pursuant to chapter 317 upon request by a law enforcement officer. (2) A county is exempt from this section if the governing body of the county, by majority vote, following a noticed public hearing, votes to exempt the county from this section. History.-.s. 14, ch. 2006.290. Copyright GJ 1995-2007 The Florida Legislature . erivacyStatC'm~Dt .. Contact.Us http://v.'\yw'.leg.state.f1. us/sta tuteslindex.cfm? A pp __ mode=Disp lay _ Statute&Scarch _ S lring=... 8/20/2007 Agenda Item NO.1 OC October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 6 RESOLUTION 2006- 256A A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISI0NERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA EXEMPTING COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA FROM FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 316,2123 WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners gave due notice of a public hearing on September 26. 2006 to receive information and comments and to make a deterrnination as to whether Collier County, Florida should exempt itself from the provisions of Fla. Stat. S 316.2123; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners received comment from the public at that duly noticed hearing regarding the provisions of Fla. Stat. S 316.2123; and WHEREAS, it is the policy of Collier County to promote and regulate the safety of its citizens on all public roadways of the County; and \VHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners listened to staff and considered the provisions of said Statute and its impact and implications on the County and its citizens. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, that Collier County. Florida is hereby made exempt from the provisions of Fla. Stat. S 316.2123 and the same shall not be in effect in Collier County, FIOlida. This Resolution is hereby ndopted after motion, second and majority vote this 26th day of September 2006. ATTEST: DWIGH'r 'E. BROCK. CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA . ::.-- /~/? . ----- ... By ~/'~ FRANK HALAS. CHAIRMAN By .~~~~~~' \ . lt~ OAl~ Approvci:!'iiSfofOrm ~:H:f!Q7L L Michael W. Pettit, Chief Assistant County Attorney Statutes & Constitution :View Statutes :->2007 ->Ch0316->Sectioll 2] 23 : Online Sunshine Page 1 of 1 Agenda Item NO.1 OC October 23, 20C7 Page 6 of 6 Select Year: 12007.:J Gol The 2007 Florida Statutes Title XXIII MOTOR VEHICLE'S ChapteL3J 6 STATE UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL View EntireCh"p-ter 316.2123 Operation of an ATV on certain roadways,-- (1) The operation of an ATV, as defined in s. 317.00Q3, upon the public roads or streets of this state is prohibited, except that an A TV may be operated during the daytime on an unpaved roadway where the posted speed limit is less than 35 miles per hour. (2) A county is exempt from this section if the governing body of the county, by majority vote, following a noticed public hearing, votes to exempt the county from this section. Alternatively, a county may, by majority vote after such a hearing, designate certain unpaved roadways where an ATV may be operated during the daytime as long as each such designated roadway has a posted speed limit of less than 35 miles per hour and is appropriately marked to indicate permissible ATV use. (3) Any ATV operation that is permitted under subsection (1) or subsection (2) may be undertaken only by a licensed driver or a minor who is under the direct supervision of a licensed driver. The operator must provide proof of ownership under chapter 317 upon the request of a law "~forcement officer. History.--s, 14, ch. 2006-290; 5.17, eh. 2007.196. Copyright C:1 1995-2007 The Florida Legislature. Prjyac',r' 5<::atcm' Cor;tact Us ht1p:! /www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm ? App ~mode~ [, "play ~ Statute&Search _ String=... 8/20/2007 Agenda Item NO.1 00 October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 9 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of right-of-way and related easements necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the expansion of Goldcn Gate Boulevard from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Everglades Boulevard (Phase One project limits), and authorizing the acquisition of lands necessary for the construction of stormwater retention and treatment ponds for both Phases One and Two (from west of Wilson Boulevard to cast of Desoto Boulevard.) Project No, 60040, Estimated fiscal impact: $18,411,297.00, OBJECTIVE: To repeal Resolution No. 2007-292, and to adopt a new resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of right-of-way and related eascments necessary for the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Everglades Boulevard (Phase One project limits), and authOlizing tbe acquisition of lands necessary for the construction of storrnwater retention and treatment ponds for both Phases One and Two (from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Desoto Boulevard.) CONSIDERATIONS: On October 9, 2007, the Board of County Commissioners adopted Resolution No. 2007-292, delegating administrative scttlement authority to the County Manager or his designee to approve the purchase of real property up to $50,000 above its appraised value without regard to the appraised value itself It is being recommended that Resolution No. 2007-292 be repealed and replaced with the attached resolution in ordcr to limit the delegation of that settlement authority, without further Board approval, to twenty-Jive perccnt (25%) above the County appraiser's estimate of compensation to the property owner up to a maximum of $50,000 above the County appraiser's estimate of compcnsation to the property owner. This authorization to otTer up to 125% but not to cxceed $50.000 over the County's appraisal relates to the property being acquired and not to the overhcad expenscs rclated to processing the transfer of ownership (i.e., attorney, appraiser, and othcr cxpel1 fees, title insurancc, recording fees. etc.) The ability to accommodate Administrative Settlements is sought to assist in the rate of negotiated scttlements and to reduce the costs associated with condemnation of need cd parcels. FISCAL IMPACT: It is estimated that the total cost of the right-of~way which must be purchased will be $18,41 L297.00. This amount includes the cost of the land required for construction. as well as all cxpenses for title work. real cstate appraisals, stafTtime, and those expenses, such as propel1y owner attorney fees and expert witncss fees, which the County is required to pay according to Sections 73.091 and 73.092, F.S. All such payments will come fi'om the Transp011ation Supported Gas Tax fund and the Road Impact Fce fund. Sourcc 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 Boulcvard (Project No. 6(040) is an integral part of Collier County's Grovvth Management Plan. RECOMMENDA TJON: That tbe Board of County Commissioners ofCollicr County: Aoenda Item t"o. 100 o October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 9 1. Adopt the attached Reso lution; 2. Authorize its Chairnlan to execute same on behalf of the Board; and 3. Authorize any budget 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: Kevin Hendricks, Right-of-Way Acquisition Manager Transportation Engineering and Construction Management Department Attachment: Gift and Purchase Resolution w/ Exhibits Item Number: Item Summary: Meeting Date: page I or I Agenda Item NO.1 00 October 23, 2007 Page 3 019 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 100 ReCOfrlll1endation to adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by gift or purchase of right- ufway and reIClL(,d f~aselllents necessary for the construction of madway, drainage and utility improvements required 100lhe expansion of Golden Gale Boulevard from west of Wilson boulevwd to east of Everglades Boulevard (Phase One projectlirnits), and authorizing the acquisition of lands necessary for the construction of stormwater retention and treatment ponds for both Phases One and Two (from west of Wilson Boulevard to east of Desoto l]ouIE'vmd.) Project hJo GOQ40. Estimated fiscal impact $18,411,297.00. (Norman Feder, TransportJtion Services Administrator,) 10/23/2007 900:00 I\M PrCIHtred By Kevill Hendricks Transportnl.ioJl Services RiUflt Of Way Acquisition Manager Date TEeM.ROW 10110/20073:56:05 PM AlllJroved B)' Lisa Taylor Transportation Services Management/Budget Analyst Date Transportntion Adll1inistration 10/10/20074:09 PM Approved By Nnjefl Ahmad rransportation $Hrvices Director Date TrilllsportatiUl1 Engil1eerill~1 & Construction ManagpnH:nt 10111/20077:41 AM A(lproved By Norm E. FcrJer, AICP 1 f,lIIc;portatiof1 Servicp.s 1 nmsportatioll Division Administrator Date TliHI!;POfl;llinfl S(~rvic"f, ,'l,dlllin. 10/1112007 fI:44 AM Allpro\'cd B)' Sharun Hp<:nnan 'J r;1I1sportilticn S('rvl'c....s (HJ;(JUllrin9 Slq,ml,'isol' Date ffi.1I1SrH}rl:\lil)f1 SCt'vir.ps I-\rjmin 10.111/200711:07 AM Appnn.'ell B:y P,:~ L.plifflwid 1 ['tHlsportaitoll SelHi' Pf, r:J:',cufjVf; :>'crf'l.ary Date 1 t;\;\';prTI;1'i'1l1 ::;','~Vi("fS /1.lllllin 10/'11/20071:50 PM AJlpnncll By IJfi!iB CoonJinator !-\dministrDtivc ~)hrviCDS f.\pplicntions I\nalyst Dale Inhrrni1.!ionlechnologv 10111120072:34 PM Apllrtwcd B)-' SU,ii)11 Ush'n County M<1lwgPr's Offic,," S{'t1ior M;ll1:"rJ['lnen\iDudu\;~t Analyst Date Offic,", of f1!ilr1;H;enWI\t & Budget 10/121200711:58 AM Apllrovell B:y Michael Sf!lykowski COllntv MarlcI9t!!"S Olfice Man;lgernent & Budget Director Date Offiu' of Mrm,lqernel11 & BlJtlget 10/12/20073:31 PM Allpmnd By Jill/IE'S V. Mudd Board of County COfllnlis~i(lllCrs County Manager Date County Manager's Office 10/15/200711:20 AM ---r .I\genda Item NO.1 00 October 23,2007 Page 4 of 9 RESOLUTION NO. 2007,_ A RESI1UTION AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION BY GIFT OR PURCHASE OF RIG -OF-WAY AND RELATED EASEMENTS NECESSARY FOR THE CONSTR CTION OF ROADWAY, DRAINAGE ANTI UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS REQU D FOR TIIE EXPANSION OF GOLDEN GATE BOULEVARD FROM WEST 0 WILSON BOULEVARD TO EAST OF EVERGLADES BOULEVARD (pHASE ONE PROJECT LIMITS), AND AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF LANDS, NECESSARY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER RETENTION AND TREATMENT PONDS FOR BOTH PHASES ONE AND TWO (FROM WEST OF WILSON BOULEVARD TO EAST OF DESOTO BOULEVARD.) j (PROJEl NO. 60040.) WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners (Board), on June 7, 2005, adopted rdinance NO! 2005-25 therein establishmg the Capital Improvemeot Element of the Growth Management Plan in order to establish priorities for the design, acquisition a~d construction of the various ca~ital improvement projects; and I WHEfAS, the Transportation Element of the County's Comprehensive Plan was adopted in Ord.inance No. 2005-25; and I WHEJEAS, the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from west of Wilson Boulevard to DeSoto Bouleyard (Project No. 60040) is one of the capital improvement projects required under , the Transportation Element of the County's Comprehensive Plan; and i WHEREAS, the expansion of Go]den Gate Boulevard from two Janes to four lanes (and ultimately six lanes) from west of \Vilson Boulevard to East of Everglades Boulevard, the "Phase Jne" limits 0; the project comdor, as depicted in Exhlbit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein, and the acquisition and construction of storm water retention and treatment ponds along Phases One arid Two of the project corridor, in the locations collectively represented by the legal descriptions depicted in Exhibit "B" attached hereto and incorporated herein, are necessary in i order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Collier County. and will assist , i ~oIJjer County in meeting certain concurrency requirements of the Growth Management Plan for Collier County. WHEREAS, on October 9,2007 the Board adopted Resolution No. 2007-292 authorizing the acquisition of those fee simple and permanent and temporary easement interests necessary i ' fbr the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard and for the construction of storm water retention and I I treatment ponds; and I WHEREAS, the Board desires to amend the delegations of authority in Resolution No. 2007-292. I- I , Agenda Item NO.1 00 October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 9 : I NOW,ITHEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY . ! . OMMISSIO~RS OF COllIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: . The sJard has determined that the expansion of Golden Gate Boulevard from west of ilson Bouletard to DeSoto Boulevard. Project No. 60040 (hereinafter referred to as "the oject"), is n~cessary and in the public's best interest in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the ~itizens of Collier County. 2. The construction of the Project is an integral part of the County's long range planning I effort, and is tC!Uded in the Transportation Element of the County's Comprehensive Plan for yrowth Manafement. as approved by the Florida Department of Community Affairs. ~. It is necessary and in the best interest of Collier County for the Board to authorize he tQUisition Ofrght-of-Way in either fee simple, or as easements for roadway, dramage and/or utility PUrpOSeIS, as well as temporary construction and driveway restoration easements, within Jhase One of Ihe Project corridor, identified on Exhibit "A" (attached hereto by reference and made a part hereof), and stormwater retention and treatment pond sites in fee simple within I Phases 1 and ~ of the Project corridor (the Phase Two limits of the project corridor are from East I of Everglades ~oulevard to East of DeSoto Boulevard), in the locations collectively represented t the legal descriptions depicted in Exhibit "B" attached hereto aod incorporated herein, as best SUIts the needJ of the project; and the County Manager or his designee is hereby authorized and Lceted to acquire said right-of-way and storrnwater retention and treatment pond sites by either I ~lft or purchase. 4. The Board hereby directs the County Manager or his desif:,'nee to make purchase offers to property owners based upon appraisals prepared for Collier County by licensed real estate appraisers. ~. In vie", of the differences of opinions between real estate appraisers as to property owner Jompensation bstimates, and in view of the cost of condemnation, the Board hereby authorizes . , tre County Mrager or his deslgnee to approve right-of-way, easement, and storrnwaler retention and treatment pond site purchases where the property owner has agree"- to sell the required land Jghts to the cbunty at, or up to twenty five pcrcent (25%) above, Collier County's appraiser's estimate of fum compensation to the property owner, with the maximum approval authority not to I I exceed $50,000 over the County's appraiser's estimate of full compensation. Such purchase i , .Page 2. Agenda Item No.1 OD October 23. 2007 Page 6 of 9 approvals are tercinafter referred to as "Administrative Settlements." Each and every proposed settlement O\'f one hundred and twenty~five percent (125%) or over $50,000 above the County's I appraiser's es..mate of full compensation shall require separate Board approval. i 6. The Bfarct hereby authorizes its Chairman, and any subsequent Chairman for the life of the Project, uclan the approval of the Office of the County Attorney as to form and legal I sufficiency, to! execute Easement Agreements and Purchase Agreements for right-of-way and/or I stormwater re1/ention and treatment pond sites, where the property owner has agreed to sell the required land rights to the County at its appraised value, or within the Administrative Settlement i I provisions of ~aragraph 5 (above); and the Board hereby authorizes its present Chairman, and any subseque~t Chairman for the life of the Project, to execute any instruments which have been approved by t~e Office of the County Attorney, to remove the lien of any encumbrance and for I I any such othe~ purpose as may be required. I 7. Said Atministrative Settlement authority is delegated by the Board to the extent that such I delegation dads not conflict with the provisions of Section 125.355, Florida Statutes. i 8. Where!the property owner agrees to convey a necessary interest in real property to the County. through the execution of a "Purchase Agreement" or "Easement Agreement," and upon the proper exc!=ution by the property owncr of such legal instruments as the Office of the County Attorney may ....equire. the Board hereby authorizes the Finance Department to issue warrants, and/or to make wire transfers, payable to the property ov.mer(s) of record, and to others who may possess an cq9itable interest in the subject right-of-way parcels or stonnwater retention and treatment sites, in those amounts as shall be specified on a Closing Statement. 9. All titlC to real property which has been obtained in the manner described above shall be deemed "accclflted" by the Board of County Commissioners, as the governing body of Collier County, Flori~a, a political subdivision of the State of Florida. and as such, staff is hereby authorized to ~cord in the Public Records of Collier County. Florida, deeds. easements or other , instruments as: may be required to remove the lien of any encumbrance from the acquired properties. 10. Resolution No. 2007-292 is hereby repealed in its entirety. -Page 3. Agenda Item No. 10D October 23, 2007 Page 7 of9 This R solution, adopted on this _ day of second and m~jOrity vote. . 2007. after motion, TTEST: WIGHT E. ROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: JAMESCOLETTA,CHA~AN Approved as tfl fann and legal sufficiency: I Heidi F. Asth~n-CiCkO A.ssistant County Attorney - Page 4~ "All I EXHIBJT~""s hpm No. 10D ~ I 6f:toper 23, 2Q07 -.. --...,..,ge 8 of 9 ; I "'1 J" ,. , ...... , ~ ~ -J: . ,-oj!; .;.1, Parcel No. PSP1W1 i PS 1W2 PS 1E1 PSJ1 E2 I i PSP2W1 PSP2W2 PSP2E1 PSP2E2 PSR3W1 I PSR3W2 I I PSP3W3 I , PSP3E , , PSP4 EXHIBIT B GOLDEN GATE BOULEVARD POND SITE PARCELS Agenda Item NO.1 00 October 23, 2007 Page 9 of 9 ALL INTERESTS TO BE ACQUIRED IN FEE SIMPLE i L~gal Description: I The East 165 feet atTract 18, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to th$ plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72, of the pUblic records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 37221200005. I Trle West 180 feet otTract 19, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to th~ plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72, of the PUiliC records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 37221280009. Tile 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 of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 37228760001. Tl East 200 feet of Tract 130, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to thf plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72, of the public records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 37228720009. " Trk East 180 feet of Tract 57, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 48, according to th~ plate thereof, as recorded In Plat Book 5, Page 78, of the public records of Cqllier County, Florida. Folio No. 39204000000. The West 150 feet of Tract 57, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 48, according to th~ plate thereof, as recorded In Piat Book 5, Page 78, of the public records of Cdllier County, Florida. Folio No. 39204040002. 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. The South 330 feet of Tract 127, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 13, according to Ihe plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Pages 71 through 72, of the public records of Collier County, Florida. Folio No. 37228520005. I The West 180 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 C~lIier County, Florida. Folio No. 39394600006. The West 75 feet of the East 150 feet of Tract 153, Golden Gate Estates Unit Nd. 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. i Th~ East 75 feet of Tract 153, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 51, according to th~ plate thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 84, of the public records of Callier County, Florida. Folio No. 39394640008. I Tract 63, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 80, according to the plate thereof, as reqorded in Plat Book 5, Page 18, of the public records of Collier County, Fldrida. Folio No. 40866000000. I Tract 19, Golden Gate Estates Unit No. 78, according to the plate thereof, as reGorded in Plat Book 5, Page 16, of the public records of Collier County, Fldrida. Folio No. 40741080006 Agenda Item No.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 27 .,_. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to approve Contract Amendment No.7, Exhibit E, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $7,012,302 under Contract No, 04-3576, "Construction Manager at Risk Services for the Courthouse Annex and Parking Garage", with Kraft Construction Company, Inc. for the interior finishing (Build-Out) of the Courthouse Annex floors 4 through 7, project number 52533, OBJECTIVE: To obtain approval from the Board of County Commissioners of a contract amendment for a GMP of $7,012,302 under Contract No. 04-3576, Construction Manager at Risk Services for the Courthouse Annex, with Kraft Construction Company, Inc., for the interior finishing (Build-Out) of the Courthouse Annex floors 4 through 7. CONSIDERATIONS: On March 9, 2004 (agenda item 16E7) the Board approved Contract #04-3576, "Construction Manager at Risk Services for Courthouse Annex and Parking Garage", with Kraft Construction Company, Inc. (Kraft) with a Pre-construction Phase fee of $115,000 (split equally between the Courthouse Annex and the Parking Garage). The Courthouse Annex was initially designed as a four-story building with the foundation and structure to ultimately support seven stories. On June 28, 2005, Agenda Item 16E10, the Board approved a contract amendment with the architectural firm to modify the design to incorporate the additional three floors for the Courthouse Annex bringing the total height to seven stories (the maximum allowed under the PUD) for occupancy by the Clerk of Courts, the States Attorney, and the Public Defender. The design was developed and the SDP amendment for floors 5 to 7 was submitted to the County on December 20, 2005. On July 5, 2006, the County issued a pre-approval letter for the SDP amendment. On July 25, 2006 (Agenda Item 10L) the Board approved the partial re-bidding of Contract Amendment No.2, Courthouse Annex Building, under Contract No. 04-3576, "Construction Manager at Risk Services for Courthouse Annex and Parking Garage" with Kraft Construction Company, Inc. and to allow Kraft to cancel most of the then, existing subcontracts. On November 14, 2006 (Agenda Item 10F), the Board approved Contract Amendment No.6, for a new, Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $36,685,528 for the construction of the full, seven-story Courthouse Annex with only the first three floors completely finished (interior floors, walls, and ceilings completed), but with the top four floors (4th through 7th) unfinished (structural shell only - no interior walls, finished floors or ceilings). In March of this year, a Change Order was issued to the architectural firm to complete the layout of the internal walls and other components of the final design for the upper four floors. To minimize design and construction costs, the top three floors are based on a repetitive design rather than customizing each floor for the planned occupants. The final design/layout for floors 4 thru 7 was completed by the architectural firm in early July 2007. A new permit for the internal floor, wall and ceiling layout was applied for on August 7, 2007. The permit is in its second re-submittal and is expected to be approved by December of this year. Kraft Construction, CM@Risk for the Annex, was asked to solicit for, and prepare a new GMP adding the installation of the finished floors, interior walls, ceilings, lighting, HVAC distribution, communication/security wiring, and electrical wiring in the upper four floors according to the new design/layout. - Agenda itsm NO.1 OE October 23. 2007 Page 2 of 27 Executive Summary Re GMP Build-Out Paqe 2 On October 5, 2007 Kraft submitted a GMP of $7,012,302 for completing the interior layout and finishes (build-out) of top 4 previously unfinished floors. The proposed contract amendment to incorporate the GMP for the build-out of the upper four floors into Project 52533 is based on the following updated cost estimates: Design/Permitting GMP (7 stories, 3 finished) Other project costs Chiller Plant replacement unit Subtotal Updated Cost Estimates $4,140,000 $36,685,528 $1,134,472 $1,739.000 $43,699,000 Commissioning Finish Floors 4 thru 7 Contingency TOTAL Project Costs $1,600,000 $7,012,302 $1 748.908 $54,060,210 2005 Bond Proceeds General Fund project support (1/3 mill) Commercial Paper (budgeted) TOTAL funding (as of FY 2007) Available Funds $22,844,000 10,782,210 20 434.000 $54,060,210 FISCAL IMPACT: There is adequate budget to fund Change Order #7 in the amount of $7,012,302. The Annex Building project has over $33.6 million in cash (the 2005 bond proceeds, $2 million in General Fund (1/3 mill money) and $8 million in General fund (2007 UFR money). 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 $20,434,000 is required for this proJect; with fees and pre-paid interest, a gross loan not to exceed $20,550,000 is recommended. Based on a 20-year commercial paper loan of $20,550,000; the estimated debt service payment next fiscal year will be approximately $2,047,000 and will be paid with General Governmental Building Impact fees. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: This request is consistent with the County's Growth Management Plan and the Government Complex Projected Space Plan. RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Board of County Commissioners 1) approves Contract Amendment No. 7, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $7,012,302 under Contract No. 04-3576, "Construction Manager at Risk Services for Courthouse Annex and Parking Garage", with Kraft for the internal finishing (build-out) of floors 4 thru 7, project 52533; 2) authorizes the Chairman to execute a contract amendment with Kraft, after review by the County Attorney's Office, in an amount of $7,012,302, and 3) adopts the attached Resolution authorizing a loan in an amount not to exceed $20,550,000 from the Commercial Paper Loan Program. PREPARED BY: Hank Jones, Principal Project Manager, Department of Facilities Management Page I of I Agenda Item No.1 DE October 23, 2007 Page 3 of 27 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item Number: 1UE Recommendation to approve Contract Amendment No 7. Exhibit E. for a Guaranteed Maximulll Price {GMPj of $7,012,302 under Contract No. 04-3576, Construction Manager at I'\isk Services for the CourttlOuse Annex and Parking Garage, with Kraft Construction Comp"ny, Inc for the interior finishing (Build-Oul) of the Courthouse Annex floors 41hrough 7, proJeclnUITlbel 52533. (Hank ,Jones, Sr. Project Manager.) Item Summary: Meeting Date: 1 0/23/2U07 8UO:00 AM IJrCI)arcd By Hank Jones Soniar Project Manager Date Administr!ltive Services Fi\ciliti('s Man:>gf!UJetlt 10111120074:31;43 PM Aplu'oved By Linda Best Contracts Agent Date Administrati1fe Services PurCll(lsinq 10/12/20078:07 AM AlllH'ond H)' Skip C3rnp. C.F.M. Facilities Manng'lment Director Date Administrative Services Facilities Man;lg0llHml 10/12/20078:30AM ApJlrO\'cd By f(elsey WanJ Contract Auministration Manager Date Administrative Serviens PUlchi1sing 10/12/200712:16 PM Af)Pruvcd By OM8 CoonJirJiltol flppIiCi1U'-'tl$ f..IlF'lyst Date IHill1inislrntiv<: S(nVic(~h Illlorrni!l iiln 1 f;"II!lul()~JY 10/15/200711:57 AM AIlPrond Bl Susan USII',:' Si.'i1iot' Ll,!ni:!:j':'!11CIJt!UlIdU(,t AnAI\!st Date COllntv M;I:Ii.lper'S Offico Ofji~;c ,:)f r,Jinnaor:nWIl(;;, Budnel 1D/17/2007 9:52 AM A)lpnl\'cd B) Jal1l,,$ V. Mudll COUllly 1\1ill1ilger Date 80:u(1 uf Cuunty Comrnissi(>IICf$ Cotmty r"'I'lll;l!Wr',,. Olficu 10/17/20072:21 PM EXHIBITE .Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 4 of 27 AMENDMENT NO.7 TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGER Pursuant to Articles 7 ilnd 8 oflhe Agreement. dated September 28, 2007, between The Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, a political subdivision oflhe State of Florida ("Owner") and Kraft Construction Company, Ine ("Construction Manager"), for management and construction orlhe Collier County Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior BuiJdout ("Project"), the Owner and Construction Manager herehy establisl1the Construction Manager's fce, Cost of the Project, Guaranteed Maximum Price and Contract Time for the Worl-: as set forth below I. CONSTRIICTIO:\ !\l4.'\AGER'S FEE The Construction Manager's fee, as defined in Article 8.1.2 of the Agn:cm<:l1t, for work or services performed during thl' Construction Phase for the Courthouse Annex 4111 thru 7th F]oors Interior Buildout only shall be $247,1 S lUO The Construction Phase Fee for the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Buildout only shall be invoiced and paid in five (5) monthly payments of $41,] 96,00 each and one final monthly payment of $41.20 100 The first monthly Application for Payment shall be submitted no earlier than thirty (30) days following the issuance of the first Construction Authnri/.ation by the Ov.mer's Representative and the final Application for Payment shall be paid only when construction of the Project is finally completed and oecupuncy of the Project accepted by the Owner, The Overhead and Profit for the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior I3uildout only for the Construction Phase, as defined in Article 8].3 of the Agreement, shall he $333,919,00, This Overhead and Profit for the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Buildout only shall be invoiced as defined in Article 8. 1.3 2. COST OF TilE PROJECT The total Cost of the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Buildout ['roICC!. as defined in Article 9 of the Agreement is $6.431.202,00 3. Gl'ARA.'\TEED J\lAX1MUM Construction Manager's Guaranteed Maximum Price for the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Buildout Work only. including the Construction Manager's fee, O&P for the Construction Phase. and Cost of the Project is $7,Or::U02.00, This Price is for the perfom1ance of the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents listed and attached to this Amendment and marked Attachmcnts ] through 5 as fol]ows Attachment Number Description Pages Dated la GMP Proposall.ettcr\\'/Cost Breakdown for the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Buildout I thru 17 October] O. 2007 Ib Drav,"ings, SpeCifications. Addenda :ll1d (,eneral Supplementary and other Conditions of the Contract on w]1I(;h the CiuarullteeJ ~b\:imum Price for the Courthouse Annex -+lh thru 7th Floors Interim Buildout IS hased ]thru3 September 2S, 2007 , Lisl of All()\\'~mces I thru ] Scpli:mher 2S 2(J()7 /\ssumpllOTlS. ('!ariric;l1iolls &. ()uulilk;'JllUTlS M~ldt' in prcpannf: the {-,t\11' Set CiU~lralltl.l.J \'b\IIllLlln !'rice I tl1nl (, Scplcmh~.r 2S 2(1()7 4 Compleuon Schedule I tor n:fcrcllcl' purposes onh notaCol1tractDocUmCIll) llhrul(; \1ay 4. 20(J7 5 Comple1ed F\:hihits /\. B. C,. I r &. I Ithru5 Sl'plemhn::'8.2(HJ7 L\:hlhit I Owner and COl1stfllelion t\bn ,C:l \'l'l.ndment No 1'.I;2C I Igreement Agenda Item No. 10E October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 27 4. CONTRACT TIME The total period of time beginning with the Construction Phase Commencement Date fOf the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Buildout Only to the date of Substantial Completion of the Work for the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors lnterior 13uildout is an additional one hundred five (105) calendar days ("Contract Time") to the Courthouse Annex of six hundred seventy (670) calendar days for a total duration of seven hundred seventy-five (775) calendar days for the Buildout of Interior Floors 4-7 and the Construction uflhe Courthouse Annex. This will move the substantial completion Jate to March 1 ",2009 for the Courthouse Annex Project CONSTRUCTION MANAGER KRAFT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, lNC By John Pinholster Attest: By Title: President As V,ritnesscd' By (Corporate Seal) OWNER ATTEST D\VIGHT W BROCK, CLERK BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By By: .lAMES N COLETTA. CHAIRMAN Ddtc Approved us to form (JIlU legal sufficiellc,\' Rohcrt N Zachary, AS$lSt:Jl1t County /'Illume)' bhi\1itE Owner and Construction Manager Amendment No 7 Agreement Page 2 of2 Agenda item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 6 of 27 Attachment la October 9, 2007 Mr. Hank Jones, Project Manager Collier County Government Department of Facilities Management 3301 Tamiami Trail East, Building W Naples, Florida 34112 RE: COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4TH THRU 7m FLOORS INTERIOR BUILDOUT NAPLES, FLORIDA Dear Mr. Jones: We are pleased to provide you with this GMP Cost Estimate for the proposed "Collier County Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Build-out", The GMP Cost Estimate was based upon the enumerated Project Documents as prepared by SpilUs Candella DMJM Architects, and our list of Qualifications. Our GMP Cost Estimate is as follows: GMP Cost Estimate; For the Courthouse Annex 4th thru 7th Floors Interior Build-out is....... ..$7,012,302.00 We have included a 2 % Construction Managers Contingency within this GMP amount. If you should have any questions, please feel free to call. S incerel y, ~C~ANYINC. William McCollum Senior Estimator Attachments 1 band Exhibit(s) E, A, B, G, H and I, Summary Estimate and Detail Estimate - Dated WM/wsd KRAFT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 3520 Kraft Road, Naples, Florida. 34105 - (239) 643-6000 Phone - (239) 643-0090 Estimating Fax Attachment 1 b Exhibit" A" Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 7 of 27 September 28. 2007 fjd'__ !.I;'~ . Enumeration of Project Documents ~ COI.LlER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4Lh THFW 7Lh FLOOH INTEHIOR BUILDOUT Page Number Description PERMIT SET Rev#\ Rev #2 PERMIT BID SET AS DESIGNED BY SPlUlS CANDELA DMJM ARCHITECTS Architecturals ... Cover Sheet with Partial Site Plan, Vicinity Map and Drawing List 7/2012007 A1.2.00 Ufe Safety Site Plan and Calculations 7/20/2007 A1.2.04 Fourth level Ufe Safety Plan 7/20/2007 A 1.2.05 Fifth Level Life Safety Plan 7/2012007 A1.2.06 Sixth Level Life Safety Plan 7/20/2007 A1.2.07 Seventh level Life Safety Plan 7/20/2007 A2.2.04 Floor Plan - Fourth Level 7/20/2007 A2.2.05 Floor Plan. Fifth Level 7/20/2007 A2.2.06 Floor Plan. Sixth Level 7/20/2007 A2.2.07 Floor Plan. Seventh Level 7/20/2007 A2.3.04 Reflected Ceiling Plan - Fourth level 7/20/2007 A2.3.05 Reflected Ceiling Plan. Fifth Level 7/20/2007 A2.3.06 Reflected Ceiling Plan. Sixth Level 7/20/2007 A2.3.07 Reflected Ceiling Plan - Seventh and Eighth Levels 7/20/2007 A2.4.04 Interior Finish Plan. Fourth Level 7/20/2007 A2.4.05 Interior Finish Plan - Fifth Level 7/20/2007 A2.4.06 Interior Finish Plan - Sixth Level 7/20/2007 A2.4.07 Interior Finish Plan - Seventh Level 7/20/2007 A2.4.11 Enlarged Floor Patterns 7/20/2007 A2.5.04 Furniture Floor Plan - Fourth Level 7/20/2007 A2.5.05 Furniture Floor Plan - Fifth Level 7/20/2007 A2.5.06 Fumiture Floor Plan - Sixth Level 7/20/2007 A2.5.07 Furniture Floor Plan - Seventh Level 7/20/2007 A3.1.0l Restrooms Enlarged Plan and Plumbing Fixture Elevations 7/20/2007 A3.1.02 Restrooms Elevations 7/20/2007 A3.4.02 Enlarged Plans 7/20/2007 A5.3.01 Interior Details 7/20/2007 A5.3.02 Interior Details 7/20/2007 A5.3.Jl Ceiling Details 7/20/2007 A5.4.0l Millwork Enlarged Plans 7/20/2007 A5.4.02 Millwork Enlarged Plans 7/20/2007 A5.4.12 Millwork Elevations 7/20/2007 A5.4.21 Millwork Sections 7/20/2007 A5.4.22 Millwork Sections 7/20/2007 A6.1.01 Partition Types 7/20/2007 Page 1 Attachment 1 b Exhibit "A" Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 8 of 27 September 28, 2007 tI~l~ Enumeration of Project Documents ~ Page Number Description PERMIT SET Rev #1 Rev #2 A6.2.02 Door Schedules and Door Types 7/20/2007 A6.2.03 Door Schedules and Door Types 7/20/2007 A6.2.11 Door Details 7/20/2007 A6.2.12 Door Details 7/20/2007 A6.3.03 Interior Opening Schedule and Louver Schedule 7/2012007 A6.S.01 Firestop Systems Schedule 7/20/2007 Fire Protection FO.2.01 Fire Protection Notes, Symbols and Abbreviations 7/2012007 F2.2.04 Fire Protection Plan - Fourth Level 7/20/2007 F2.2.0S Fire Protection Plan - Fifth Level 7/20/2007 F2.2.06 Fire Protection Plan - Sixth level 7/20/2007 F2.2.07 Fire Protection Plan - Seventh Level 7/20/2007 FS.1.01 Fire Protection Details and Schedules 7/2012007 Plumbing PO.2.01 Plumbing Notes, Symbols and Abbreviations 7/20/2007 P2.2.04 Plumbing Plan ~ Fourth Level 7/20/2007 P2.2.0S Plumbing Plan - Fifth Level 7/20/2007 P2.2.06 Plumbing Plan - Sixth level 7/20/2007 P2.2.07 Plumbing Plan. Seventh Level 7/20/2007 P3.2.01 Plumbing Enlarged Aestrooms Plan. Fuel Oil Details 7/20/2007 P4.2.01 Plumbing Isometrics 7/20/2(. 7 P4.2.02 Plumbing Isometrics 7/20/2 7 P5.0.01 Plumbing Details 7/20/2007 Mechanicals MO.O.Ol HVAC Legend, Notes and Abbreviations 7/20/2007 M2.2.04 HV AC Fourth Level Floor Plan 7/20/2007 M2.2.0S HV AC Fifth Level Floor Plan ]'2;, D07 M2.2.06 HVAC Sixth Level Floor Plan " 2007 M2.2.07 HV AC Seventh Level Floor Plan c . ci2007 M2.2.0B HVAC Roof Level Floor Plan ~ Eighth and Ninth Levels 20/2007 M3.2.01 HV AC Sections /20/2007 M4.1.01 HVAC Chilled Water Riser Diagram , 7/20/2007 M4.1.02 HVAC Airflow Riser Diagram 7/20/2007 MS.l.01 HVAC Details 7/20/2007 -- MS.1.02 HV AC Details 7/20/2007 M6.1.01 HVAC Schedules 7/20/2007 M6.1.02 HVAC Schedules 7/20/2007 COLLlCI~ COUNTY COURTHOUSe ANNEX ~lh THIW 7th FLOOR INTEI~!OR BUILDOUT Page 2 Attachment 1 b Exhibit "A" Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 9 of 27 September 28, 2007 ~~-~- -- LI~'~ Enumeration of Project Documents ~ COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4th THIW 7th FLOOR INTE:RIOI{ I3UILDOUT Page Number Description PERMIT SET Rev #1 Rev #2 M6.1.10 HV AC Sequence of Operations 712012007 EZectricals EO.1.01 Symbols, Abbreviations and Ughting Fixture Schedule 712012007 EO.1.02 Electrical Notes 712012007 E2.2.04 Illumination Plan Fourth Level 712012007 E2.2.0S Illumination Plan Fifth Level 712012007 E2.2.06 Illumination Plan Sixth level 712012007 E2.2.07 Illumination Plan Seventh Level 712012007 E2.3.04 Power Plan Fourth Level 712012007 E2.3.0S Power Plan Fifth Level 712012007 E2.3.06 Power Plan Sixth Level 712012007 E2.3.07 Power Plan Seventh Level 712012007 E2.4.04 T etephans and Data Plan Fourth Level 712012007 E2.4.0S Telephone and Data Plan Fifth Level 712012007 E2.4.06 Telephone and Data Plan Sixth Level 712012007 E2.4.07 Telephone and Data Plan Seventh Level 7/2012007 E2.S.04 Fire Alarm and Security Plan Fourth level 712012007 E2.S.0S Fire Alarm and Security Plan Fifth Level 712012007 E2.S.06 Fire Alarm and Security Plan Sixth Level 712012007 E2.S.07 Fire Alarm and Security Plan Seventh Level and Machine Room 712012007 E4.1.01 Power Riser Diagram 712012007 E4.1.02 Fire Alarm, Sound and Telephone Riser Diagram 712012007 E4.1.03 Fire Alarm 712012007 ES.1.01 Panel Schedules 712012007 E5.2.01 Electrical Details 712012007 ES.2.02 Electrical Details 712012007 ES.2.04 Bectrical Details 7120/2007 Addendum Plans. Distribution dare: September 10, 2007 A4.4.01 Wall Sections 712012007 A4.4.02 Wall Sections 7/2012007 A4.4.03 Wall Sections 712012007 A4.4.04 Wall Sections 712012007 M.4.0S Wall Sections 712012007 A4.4.06 Wall Sections 712012007 A4.4.07 Wall Sections 712012007 A6.4.11 Exterior Openings Plan Details 712012007 Page 3 Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23,2007 Page 10 of 27 Attachment 2 September 28, 2007 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX ill FINISH OF FLOORS 4-7 "LIST OF ALLOWANCES" 1. We have included an Allowance of $30,000 for signage and graphics. Labor and Materials. 2. We have included an Allowance of $10,000 for appliances. Materials only. Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 11 of 27 Attachment 3 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX FLOORS 4-7 ill BUlLDOUT QUALIFICATIONS, CLARIFICATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS ATTACHMENT 3 September 28,2007 The qualifications, clarifications and assumptions set forth in this exhibit form an integral part of the Contract to which it is attached and to the extent necessary modify all other exhibits, terms and conditions of the Contract that may be contradictory or that may set forth different requirements to be complied with by Contractor. Where materials, quantities, products and component parts are specified in this exhibit, they shall control over any contrary provisions contained in other exhibits. Where statements are made that information, items or services will be provided or furnished by Owner, they constitute exclusions or alterations from the work that is otherwise set forth in the other terms and conditions of the Contract and its exhibits. Where they state that items are not included it means that the Work will be completed without the inclusion of such item and that if required by Owner it will be the basis for a change order or construction change directive. Where site conditions are specified, assumed, or assumptions as to the basis for pricing are set forth, they control over any more comprehensively stated requirements in the body of the Contract terms and conditions and constitute a limitation on the extent of the Work to be performed for the guaranteed maximum or fixed price as the case may be. DIVISION #1 - GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. Permit and impact fees are the responsibility of the Owner. 2, Primary utility service costs are the responsibility of the Owner. 3 . Owner/Architect office trailers on the site are not included. 4. Builder's Risk Insurance is the responsibility of the Owner. The Owner to be responsible for any deductibles. 5. The Special Inspector (i.e. Threshold Building Inspector) is by the Owner as per the specifications. 7, Handling or abatement of asbestos-containing or other hazardous material is excluded. 8. The GMP excludes any mold or mildew abatement of existing facilities. lof6 Agenda Ilem NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 12 of 27 Attachment 3 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX FLOORS 4.7 In BillLDOUT QUALIF1CATIONS, CLARIFICATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS 10. Kraft Construction reserves the option to provide subcontract default insurance (Sub guard) in lieu of purchasing subcontractor performance & payment bonds from the individual trade subcontractors DIVISION #2 - SITEWORK 1. No work in this division DIVISIONS #3 AND #4 - CONCRETE AND MASONRY 1. Masonry waJls for Vault (Rm 421) and Storage (Rm 436) are included in this GMP. No other masonry work included. 2. Costs for labor for cleanup operations have been included. DIVISION #5 - METALS 1. We have included steel supports for the vanitics in the public rcstrooms on floors 4-7. 2. We have included support brackets for the folding partitions. 3. No other structural or ornamental metal is included in this GMP. DIVISION #6 - CARPENTRY 1. We have included Painted Wood Window SiJls at exterior openings where required by project documents. 2. We have included concealed wood blocking for cabinets, bath accessories, etc. No other rough carpentry is included in this GMP DIVISION #7 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION 1. Any waterproofmg application at exterior waJls is not included in this GMP, 2. Floor-to-floor firestopping is not included in this GMP. 20f6 Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23,2007 Page 13 of 27 Attachment 3 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX FLOORS 4-7 ID BUlLDOUT QUALIFICATIONS, CLARIF1CATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS 3. We have not included sealed concrete floors or traffic coatings at mechanical rooms in this GMP. 4. We have included thermal and acoustical insulation in interior and exterior metal framed or furred walls, as indicated in project documents. Batt insulation between spandrel panels and concrete beams/columns as seen in Drawings A4.4.01-A4.4.07 and on A6.4.11 is not included in this GMP, 5. We have included the STC sound rated insulation as required per the partition schedule. 6. No insulation is included at underside of slabs, over ceilings, or at any other non- vertical surfaces. 7. Costs for labor for cleanup operations have been included. DIVISION #8 - DOORS AND WINDOWS I. We have included (2) sliding glass security windows with deal trays. 2. We have not included any exterior windows, or any interior windows directly adjacent to the atrium area on the 4th floor. 3. We have not included a new vault door at room 421. We understand that this door is to be taken from another part of the building and reused in this location. We have included costs for the installation of the vault door. If parts are required, ie door frame, they will be billed as an extra work order. 4. We have included translucent glass for interior door sidelites in this GMP. 5. Ceiling access panels are included as indicated in project documents. DIVISION #9 - FINISHES I. All fire-rated partitions on floors 4-7 are included in this GMP. 2. Costs for labor for cleanup operations have been included. 3. We have not included the new soffit in the existing courthouse building on the 4th floor above the new curtain wall glazing. 30f6 Agenda Item NO.1 DE October 23.2007 Page 14 of 27 Attachment 3 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX FLOORS 4-7 ill BIDLDOUT QUALIFICATIONS, CLARIFICATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS 4. All acoustical ceilings indicated are included. We have not included any metal ceiling panels for the atrium area. 5. We have included veneer plastering on exposed interior concrete columns. 6. We have included a level 4 smooth [mish as specified at all exposed drywall surfaces to receive paint. 7. We have included all fire blocking (metal wall caps) as specified in the partition details. 8. Includes all floor and wall tile as specified for bathrooms, DIVISION #10 - SPECIALTIES 1. We have included tack boards, marker boards, bath accessories, and motorized recessed projector screens as indicated in project documents. 2. All operable folding partitions are included. 3. We have included an allowance of $30,000 for required signage (room identification, capacity signs, etc.) No signage schedule or plans have been provided, so these costs are included as an allowance only. DIVISION #11 - EQUIPMENT 1. We have included an Allowance of $10,000 for appliances. DIVISION #12 - FURNISHINGS 1. We have included window treatments as indicated in project documents, DIVISION #13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION I. No work in this section 40f6 Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 15 of 27 Attachment 3 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX FLOORS 4.7 ID BUILDOUT QUALIFICATIONS, CLARIFICATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS DIVISION #14 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS 1. No work in this section DIVISION #15 - MECHANICAL 1. Mechanical louvers have not been included. 2. All HV AC sensors and controls have been included in this GMP. 3. AHUs and main duct lines shown on Re-Bid drawings dated 5/26/06 are not included in this GMP. 4. Costs for construction filters and monthly maintenance/filter changes have been included. 5. Temporary water service for job trailers and for building has been included in this GMP. 6. We have included money for domestic cold water insulation in this GMP. 7 . We have also included costs for connecting condensate piping to floor drains throughout building. 8. No floor to floor plumbing is included in this GMP. Risers, Rainwater leaders, sanitary stacks, and all other vertical floor to floor plumbing is excluded from this GMP. 9. FM200 clean agent flre suppression system is includes on floors 4-7 per project documents. 10. Fire protection system is included starting at standpipes already in place. No standpipes or risers are included in this GMP. 1 I. Costs for labor for cleanup operations have been included. DIVISION #16 - ELECTRICAL I. Only electrical work starting at electrical rooms has been included in this GMP, All work such as panels, bus ducts, and other floor to floor electrical work is excluded from this GMP, 50f6 Agenda Item NO.1 DE October 23. 2007 Page 16 of 27 Attachment 3 COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX FLOORS 4.7 ill BUlLDOUT QUALIF1CATIONS, CLARIFICATIONS & ASSUMPTIONS 2. Complete lighting packages on floors 4-7 are included in this GMP. 3. Included in Division 16 is all conduit and boxes for Fire Alarm, Voice/Data, Code Blue system, etc. Also included is cable tray for Div. 17 systems. 4. Costs for labor for cleanup operations have been included. DIVISION #17- LOW VOLTAGE. SECURITY AND BUILDING CONTROLS I. Includes, but not limited to, all direct digital controls for V A V air handlers, V A V terminal units and exhaust air flow metering. 2. Furnish lighting control system for installation by division 16. 3. Includes data network for telephone, data, building management, fire alarm, access control, surveillance, low voltage controls and code blue phones. Infrastructure pathway is provided by division 16. 4. Includes access control system that will tie into existing courthouse. All card readers will be proximity readers and all doors and gates will have full complement of devices as required by Collier County Vertical Standards. 5. Includes closed circuit television cameras with digital recorders. 6. Includes Addressable fire alarm. Conduit provided by division 16. 60f6 Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 17 of 27 EXHIBIT A CONSTRUCTION TEAM ASSIGNED REPRESENTATIVES September 28, 2007 COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4TH THRU 7TH FLOORS INTERIOR BUILDOUT Owner: Board of County Commissioners, Collier County, FL Owner's Representative: Hank Jones, Project Manager DESIGN PROFESSIONAL: OFFSITE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: Pete Tuffo Joe Pressler William McCollum Ben Rounds Wendy Duckworth Laurie Mattingly Mark Styles and/or Andy Dutil Pete Murphy Sonia Genson ONSITE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: Don Olney Travis Smith Dan Leatherman Debbie Garote Kim Mastroianni Butch Shull Dave Clarkson John Antaramian Scott Roberts TBD Project Principal Construction Administrator Site Representative Mechanical Engineering Inspector Electrical Engineering Inspector Structural Engineering Inspector Architectural Inspector Project Executive Vice President, Estimating Senior Estimator Junior Estimator Plan Coordinator &Estimating Assistant D.M.P. Clerk Scheduler Safety Inspector Kraft Accounting Billing Clerk Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant General Superintendent Senior Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Superintendent Accounting Billing Clerk Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 18 of 27 EXHIBIT B CONSTRUCTION MANAGER'S PERSONNEL September 28, 2007 COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4TH THRU 7TH FLOORS INTERIOR BUILDOUT OFF-SITE SUPPORT STAFF Pete Tuffo Joe Pressler William McCollwn Ben Rounds Wendy Duckworth Laurie Mattingly Mark Styles and/or Andy Dutil Pete Murphy Project Executive Vice President, Estimating Senior Estimator Junior Estimator Estimator Assistant D.M.P. Clerk Scheduler Safety Inspector ON-SITE SUPPORT STAFF Don Olney Travis Smith Dan Leatherman Debbie Garrote Kim Mastroianni rnD Butch Shull Dave Clarkson John Antaramian Scott Roberts TBD Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant Accounting Billing Clerk General Superintendent Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Structural Superintendent Labor Foreman EXHIBIT G CONSTRUCTION MANAGER'S PER DIEM STAFF FOR TIME Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 19 of 27 September 28, 2007 EXTENSIONS PER 8.12 (1)(b) COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4TH THRU 7TH FLOORS INTERIOR BUILDOUT Individual Title OFFSITE: Pete Tuffo Joe Pressler William McCollum Ben Rounds Wendy Duckworth TED Laurie Mattingly Mark Styles and/or Andy Dutil Pete Murphy Proj eet Executive Vice President, Estimating Senior Estimator Junior Estimator Estimator Assistant M.E.P. Coordinators D.M.P. Clerk Scheduler< s) Safety Inspector ONSITE: Don Olney Travis Smith Dan Leatherman Debbie Garote Kim Mastroianni TBD Butch Shull Dave Clarkson John Antaramian Scott Roberts TBD Project Manager Assistant Proj ect Manager Assistant Project Manager Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant Accounting Billing Clerk General Superintendent Senior Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Superintendent Labor Foreman Percentage of Time Available 20% 10% 5% '10% 10% 10% 20% 5% 10% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% ]00% 100% 75% ]00% 100% Aaenda Item NO.1 DE - October 23, 2007 Page 20 of 27 EXHIBIT H September 28, 2007 CONSTRUCTION MANAGER'S PERSONNEL TO BE ASSIGNED DURING CONSTRUCTION OFF-SITE COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4TH THRU 7TH FLOORS INTERIOR BUILDOUT Individual Title Percentage Duration of Time in Months Available Pete Tuffo Joe Pressler William McCollum Ben Rounds Wendy Duckworth TBD Mark Styles and/or Andy Dutil Laurie Matting]y Pete Murphy Project Executive V ice President, Estimating Senior Estimator Junior Estimator Estimator Assistant M.E.P. Coordinators Schedulers D.M.P. Clerk Safety Inspector 20% 10% 5% 10% to% 10% 5% 20% 10% Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 21 of 27 EXHIBIT I CONSTRUCTION MANAGER'S PERSONNEL TO BE September 28, 2007 ASSIGNED DURING CONSTRUCTION ON-SITE COURTHOUSE ANNEX 4TH THRU 7TH FLOOR INTERIOR BUILDOUT Individual Don Olney Travis Smith Dan Leatherman Debbie Garrote Kim Mastroianni TED Butch Shull Dave Clarkson John Antaramian Scott Roberts TED Title Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant Accounting Billing Clerk General Superintendent Senior Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Structural Superintendent Labor Foreman Duration in Months Percentage ofThne Available 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 22 of 27 RESOLUTION NO. 2007-_ A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE BORROWING OF NOT EXCEEDING $20,550,000 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 COSTS AND EXPENSES RELATING TO THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPPING OF THE COURTHOUSE ANNEX, INCLUDING THE REIMBURSEMENT OF CERTAIN COSTS INCURRED BY THE COUNTY IN CONNECTION THEREWITH; AUfHORIZING 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. 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 terms 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 of law. "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 Commissionc'; of the County. Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 23 of 27 "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-officio 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 (I) Public Agency Moneys budgeted and appropriated for purposes of payment of the Loan Repayments and any other amounts due under the Loan Agreement, and (2) the proceeds of the Loan pending the application thereof. "Draw" means the borrowing of money under the Loan Agreement in accordance with Article III thereof. "Loan" means the loan to be made by the Commission to the County from proceeds of the Series A Notes in accordance with the terms 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-41" means the Loan designated as "Loan No. A-41" the proceeds of which shall be used to finance a portion of the costs of Project A -41. "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 I 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 NO.1 DE October 23, 2007 Page 24 of 27 "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-41" means the costs and expenses relating to the acqUIsItIOn, construction and equipping of the Courthouse Annex, as more particularly set forth in the plans and specifications on file or to be on file with the County and as the same may be amended or modified from time to time. "Public Agency Moneys" shall mean the moneys budgeted and appropriated by the County for payment of the 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 contained 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 Notes, Series A (Governmental Issue), to be issued from time to time by the Commission. The terms "herein," "hereunder," "hereby," "hereto," "hereof," and any similar 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 Agenda Item NO.1 OE October 23, 2007 Page 25 of 27 County, desiring to finance and refmance 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- 41. (D) The County desires to borrow an amount not to exceed $20,550,000 in order to finance a portion of Project A-41. (E) The County hereby determines that the proVISIOn of funds by the Commission to the County in the form of Loan No, A-41 pursuant to the terms of the Loan Agreement and the financing of Project A-41 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 the 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-41 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-4I, 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 participates 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-41 in the aggregate amount of not exceeding $20,550,000 for the purpose of providing the County with sufficient funds to finance, refmance or reimburse the costs of Project A-41. The Chairman and the Clerk are hereby authorized to execute, seal and 4 Aaenda Item NO.1 OE ~ October 23, 2007 Page 26 of 27 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-41 shall reflect the terms of such Loan and shall be substantially in the form attached to the Loan Agreement as Exhibit 1. The County Manager shall determine the date or dates of funding of Loan No. A-41 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-41; 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-41 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-41 shall be 30 basis points or such other amount as Wachovia Bank and the County Manager shall agree. SECTION 5. AUTHORIZATION OF PROJECT A-41. The County does hereby authorize the acquisition of Project A-41 and the reimbursement of any costs incurred by the County with respect to Project A-4 I 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-41 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-41 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 propcrty 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 forth 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 performance 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 be done any and all acts and things necessary or proper for carrying out the transactions contemplated by this Resolution and the Loan Agreement. 5 Agenda Item r,o. 10E October 23, 2007 Page 27 of 27 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 23'd day of October, 2007. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA (SEAL) By: JIM COLETTA, Chairman ATTEST: Dwight E. Brock, Clerk Deputy Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENCY: David C. Weigel County Attorney 6 Agenda Item No. 10F October 23, 2007 Page 1 of 110 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recommendation to adopt a superseding resolution authorizing the condemnation of fee simple interests and/or those perpetual or temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvements required for the extension of Santa Barbara Boulevard from Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road. (Capital Improvement Element No. 32, Project No, 6(091). Estimated fiscal impact: $3,750,000,00. OBJECTIVE: To adopt a superseding rcsolution autborizing the acquisition by condemnation of fee simple interests and/or perpetual or temporary easement interests necessary to extend Santa Barbara Boulevard between Davis Boulevard and Rattlesnake Hammock Road (Project No. 60091). CONSIDERATIONS: On July 25th, 2007, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, adopted Resolution No. 2007-213, finding public purpose and necessity and authorizing the condemnation of fee simple and/or those pcrpetual or temporary easement interests necessary for the construction of roadway, drainage and utility improvcments to Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension from Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road, and for the construction of stormwater improvements as a part ofa portion ofthc Lely Area Stonnwater Improvement Project. However, the legal descriptions and sketches for Parcels 113 FEE, 117FEE and ] 21 FEE contained scrivener's errors 'in that inCOrrect folio numbers were reflected, and there were also scrivener's errors in the legal descriptions and sketches for Parcels IIOFEE, 116FEE, 118FEE, 125FEE, 130FEE and 132FEE. These errors have been corrected. In addition, Parcel 120FEE has been revised to more accurately reflect what needs to be acquired by the County, and the interest to be acquired in fOLmer Parcels 128TDRE and 129TDRE has been changed from Temporary Driveway Restoration Easement to Temporary Construction Easement. resulting in these parcels being re- labeled as Parcels 128TCE and 129TCE. These parcels are also depicted on the legal description and sketch of Parcel 129FEE, which was also rcvised to show the re-Iabeling of said parcels. The purpose of this superseding condemnation resolution is to correct these scrivener's errors, and correctly reOect the property required for thc construction of this project. The validity or the facts, findings and conclusions presented in the attached Technical Memorandum dated June I, 2007, prepared by Ted Tryka, P.E.. Consultant Project Manager, Agnoli. Barber & Brundage. Inc., remains unchanged. The Board of County Commissioners has been advised through numerous public meetings and communications of the need to extend Santa Barbara Boulevard and acquire additional right-of-way for the project. The Board is herewith being advised of the various alternative routes and typical roadway sections considered by its professional engineering staff and consultants, and of the environmental impacts and costs of each engineering alternative, and of the public health, safety and welfare considerations, and of the long-range planning implications posed by each alternative. Reference is being made to foresaid attached Technical Memorandum prepared by Professional Engineer, Ted Tryka. The location of stonmvater treatment ponds has been determined based on hydraulic and opcrational characteristics, maintenance considerations and minimization of wetland .- impacts. Each and every pond site within the project limits, as determined according to the above- .f\genda lIem NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 2 of 110 dcscribcd cngineering analysis, was further reviewed and carefully configured on each affected property so as to minimize damages and negative impacts to the remaining real cstate. The Board of County Commissioners has been further advised that it is necessary and in the public's best interest to acquire, by condemnation if necessary, those interests in real property specified on each legal description attachcd to the Resolution. By its review and approval of this executive summary, the back-up documentation, and the proposcd resolution, the Board will have determined that the legal descriptions, and the interest in rcal property specified on each legal description, which are a part of the attached Resolution, represent the most feasible location, and are necessary for the construction of the proposed cxpansion to Santa Barbara Boulevard and stormwater improvements as part of a portion of the Lely Area Storrnwater Improvement Project. FISCAL IMPACT: While much of the right-of-way has been committed to the County at no charge through development agreements, it is estimated that the total cost of all right-of-way which must be purchased will be $3,750,000. This amount includcs the cost of all real property rights required for construction of the proposed improvements, as well as all expenses for title work, real estate appraisals, staff time, and those expenses, such as property owner attorney's fees and expert witness fees, which the County is required to pay according to Sections 73.09 I 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 Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension Irom Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road (Project No. 60091) is an integral part ofCollicr County's Growth Management Plan. RECOMMENDA nON: That the Board of County Commissioncrs of Collier County: 1. Adopt the attached Rcsolution: 2. Authorize its Chairman to execute same on behalf of the Board: and 3. Authorize any budget amcndmcnts that may hc necessary to implement thc collective will of the Board as evidenced by the adoption of the attached Resolution and the approval of this Executive SUlllmary. Prepared by: RobcI1 Bosch. ROW Coordinator - TECM Attachments: I. Condemnation Resolution 2. Vicinity Map of the project 3. Technical Memorandum dated June I, 2007, ii-om Ted Tryka, P.E. - Consultant Project Manager, Agnoli, Barber & Brundage, Inc. to Kevin Dugan, Project Managcr - Collier County Transportation Serviccs, and Jerry Kurtz, Principal Project Manager - Collicr County Stormwater Depat1mcnt 4. Pond Siting Report Item Number: ltemSummary: Meeting Date: Agenda Item No 10F October 23, 2007 Page 3 of 110 COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10F ReCC'nlll18ndatiOllto ~t1ort a superseding resollllion autho,ilirlg 1I1e condemnation 01 fee sil1lple illlerests and/or those pelpelu<J1 or temporary easeme ntinterests necessary for the conslruction ofroaclw8\,. c1rail18ge and utilityimprovemenls required for the extension of SJrlta Barb<Jra Boulevard from Davis Boulevard 10 R81!1esnake Hammock Road (Capital Illlprovf1l11enl Element No, 32. Project No, 60091). Estimaled fiscal impact: $3,750,000.00. (Jay Ahlll~d, Director. Transporl8tion ECM.) 10123/20079:00:00 AM PatEl l'rellsretlHy DetJbil'Arrnstrong 1ffll1~r"'tMlon Srrvlr<><; Prol'nrly A~'l'llsltiol1 Specialist TECM-ROW 9120120011:43:09 PM DatEl AlllJrOvftllJy Kevin H. Dugan Tran"podationS...rvle.'s Proj\!C! Man~ger Transporlation Englneeril1g and C'TllM""'.linll 1014/20073;45PM Date AllprovetlOy R. Silane CQX, P.E. TrRn~p()"lafloll $ervlc~s SvnlorPru]vct ManJger RI()nnw~t{'1" M~I1~genl~.,t 1014/20074:54 PM Date Allllroved OJ E"uenn C,llverl lranspodations Services Pri1lclpal Project Manager Transpon~lioll Engllleerlng <lnd C"llsIrll~tlr.\l1 M~Il~gpm"llt 1015120072:32 PM Date AjlprovctllJy Norm E- Feder, AICP Tr~n~po,1~ti"n """/k,,~ TransporlatlooDI';lsionAdmillistrnlor T,.,n~po"Mlnn S"rvkf'~ Admin 10f~12007 9:55AM Date AplJroved8)' Sllaron NQwTllan T"~n~pnd~ti"n Sl),.vi<;~~ Accollnlitl[jSlJpervlsor Tr1n~l'nrt~ti"n SNvir",,^,Jonin 10m1200110;OIlAM Date Allprovetllly Li~a Taylor Tl~tl"pnll;lIi"n Sn,vi, "0, M.ln~gl-'ml!l1ll13l1(l!let^llalyst f"'Il"I'Nt~jj'''IAdn,ini'lr"'i'',, 1019J200711:02AM \IIIJroveu Hy Date r,"j.:hAhm~IJ 1,.;1I1Sj!oI'IMi0n Scrvi~r., DilQLlOI tr,11H'ptll1alion Emlil1aerirllJ PA 10/9120074:24 PM c: ,'.n ~ I' '" I io" ~~"" ,. '1" ,n" 111 Vate ApIII"OnuH} I,!'vin ll(>r"i,.i~k~, rr;1"~r,,"tMi')" .<;~, 'Ire" nil.lllt Ot Wily Acqlli!\ilinll M~ltnger fFrM.Rnw 1()/1012007 11:52 AM Date ApllrUHd H~' f'atLldlllllnrd T""'SI,,)r1~t;"n S"IVir~~ ExcclIlivcSr.coelary lr""51'"rl"linl1 S~r'vir.~~ /lr),..il1 10110!20071:52PM Date Allpruved OJ OMB Coordlnntor Arlnoinistr,lUvc Snrvic:ro Applic<l!ions AII~ly~.1 lofnflll;1li',o Tr~hnnlf\,!y 10110/20072:12PM Dale Apllrovcd H~' Susan Usher County M;o"au,-,,'S Ofli~~ SCl1iorM~IlJClnmantlflullgctAl}alY5t Ollie') of M"",'u~nl~nl R. Rlldg~t 101121~00711:44AM Date Approvetl O}' MlcI1a('I51l1ykowski COIllIty MfllI'lJrr'!; Offir.<! MJllag~IlIl!t'1 & Budgat Director Of/tre of Mlll1~gl-'llHlnt It Rmlg<!t 10112120073:08PM Date Appro\'euBy _ .lame!; V. Mudd Board of County Comrni'\f,io'I~'S County Man~gH COllllty Man;lgrr's Officp. 101141200711:24AM ',-,1''''11...,,,,,'''1 A;wnda item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page ~ of 110 SANTA BARBARA BOULEVARD EXTENSION RIGHT-OF-WAY VICINITY MAP Ir~. 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'r=-'=('"'(-"--.- i'TT1--j r------.~ 1 i f r -';,~?:~J_LLi,L~~ :,,:,~_ -"I ~'r--'I -~~ 'j !! rr i ' i ~EH~r~ t " ; ; i'-= !.,~..=-'.'.~:==='~ DAVIS BOULEVARD (DOTTED LINE IS APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE) crrEAf:"}\r l'"o;c:r GNOLI rrr;:;~r. r.::CF:10~IB i<:'.~U;':il':lfIlir w",ri,,", , ARBER & F;1IGJ8b'[!1I1iit:B i' "'"""",,, RUNDAGE INe j [:L(:r::a:n3fi;:r. , .,;- rrofe5~jonal Enginecr5,PJanners & Land Surveyors " Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 5 of 110 7400 Tamiami Trail N., Suite 200, Naples, Florida 34108 9990 Coconut Ruad, Suite 103, Bonita Springs, Florida 34135 Phone (239)597-3] I ] Phone: (239) 948-8663 Fax: (239)566-2203 Fax: (239) 498-2726 TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM Date: Project: June t, 2007 Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension (Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road) And LASIP - Santa Barbara Canal Concept Development and Analysis Kevin Dugan, Project Manager Collier County Transportation Services Jerry Kurtz, P.E., Principal Project Manager Collier County Stormwater Department Ted Tryka, P.E., Consultant Project Manager Agnoli, Barber & Brundage, Inc. Subject: Prepared For: Prepared By: The following is a summary of the concept development and analysis prepared for the Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension from Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road and the Lely Area St0l111water Improvement Program (LAS!P) - Santa Barbara Canal. The goal of the project is to provide capacity improvements to the Santa Barbara Boulevard corridor while minimizing impacts to surrounding residential and environmcntally sensitivc properties. The project also includes the construction ofa portion of the LAS!P Santa Barbara Canal. The canal provides the drainage outfilll for the road project and the sUlTounding properties. Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension There is a vital public need for improvements to the roadway network in this area of the County to provide for an additional north/south arterial roadway. The roadway is an important part of the road network south of Davis Boulevard due to the large planned growth in south Collier which includes an additional] 5,000 vested units. The cun-ent projected population of the southern portion of the County is 41,8 I I compared with a projected 20] 5 population of 53,397 equating to a twenty- two percent increase in population in nine years. 1 Agenda Item 1'<0, 10F October 23,2007 Page 6 of 110 The Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension alignment is uniquely located to provide a continuous roadway from Lee County via Logan Boulevard to the north and to Marco Island via Rattlesnake Hammock Road, Grande Lely Drive, and CR-951 to the south, Accordingly, the roadway extension will aid in hurricane evacuation scenarios by providing an additional north/south link to 1-75 via the Golden Gate Parkway interchange, The extension of Santa Barbara Boulevard will also help to deviate some traffic off of CR- 951 north of Rattlesnake Hammock Road, Providing an alternate route for northbound/southbound traffic to the intersection ofCR-95l and Rattlesnake Hammock Road has become even more important due to the construction of a new regional hospital at that intersection, The proposed extension will also provide a more direct route for trips which are generated in the surrounding vicinity which will help reduce the traffic loads on the other arterials in the area, The Santa Barbara Boulevard/Logan Boulevard alignment has also been identified as a second order facility by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Collier-Lee bi-county transportation network. The following discussion describes the analytical process that was used by Collier County to identity and select the preferred alignment for Santa Barbara Boulev'ard fi'01n Rattlesnake Hammock Road to Davis Boulevard, In reviewing thc possible alignments, the County paid special attention to applicable eJ1\ironmcnta] regulations, including the ACOE's permit requirements (33CFR 3:20.4(c)(4)) and the Section 404(b)( I) guidelines in the Clean Water Act (40CFR 130,1 (l(a)), The County investigated three alternative alignments for the Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension, All three alignments originate at the southern tel111inus of the existing Santa Barbara Boulevard and extend south to Rattlesnake Hammock Road, These three alignments are shown in the Location Map on the following page, 2 .!J ,e = ~ !.'.I ~ ~ '" '-.J !.J:.J'JJ::i 3J'J~J.. Co e Ln. _f'ountn' Rd.. \\.... !!dgavood HI ~ - - 1:1.... ..- z.ll Royal Woods .::' '0 Q. fJ~.N j-J:JrJ~ C;rJ~Jr~.dJ r I Jb[JI~:; / ~rb ~IJJ ~ ~] 011 -~j 1:1. 'M :ct: :II CI) A.dkin!i Pally .=::JH' .,/....- HanSell '. \. ......, ""'--- -- Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 7 of 110 Naples NstionSlI .~ .'r; ~'J !.! 'j / ShadO'o'.'Wood / " wing South Parker; Hammock: Rd. EllSt Hampton ct. ,," Ch lIl$Woo cI ,./ -.............-. / / Rllttlesnall:eHammQcl<: Rei. 7\~. .--' -'"=":o.. :;jJ ::.pjJ:::.r ~J SjJ ~Jt~jJ .' ...,,_ :.;!~ t':J'J~Jf~'/J:; 3J'J~L " , I, ,I ... i Lely Cir,JflsJ L"Jj Dr. (P !.Ji~r,,) Alignments Location Map 3 Agenda Item No.1 OF Odober 23. 2007 Page 8 of 110 The alignments were then ranked by reviewing several criteria consisting of Community impacts, environmental impacts, estimated project costs, and improvements to traffic circulation. Environmental impacts were assessed based on extensive wetland mapping and characterization performed by Wilson Miller in this portion of Collier County (that same data base was used in the recent state and federal permitting of the LASIP project). The cOlmnunity impacts consist of the following evaluation parameters. . Impacts to residences . Impacts to properties . Availability of public rights-of-way and easements . Cultural impacts . Impacts to external neighborhoods The environmental impacts consist of the following evaluation parameters: . Challenges in obtaining SFWMD and Corp pennits . Impacts to wetlands and surface waters . Impacts to listed species habitats . Compatibility with the Lely Area Stonmvater Improvement Project . Potential contamination sites The estimated project costs criteria considered the following evaluation paramcters: . Construction costs . Cost of wetland mitigation . Utility impacts . Costs for improvements outside the alignment study area. The traffic circulation criteria considered the following evaluation parameters. . Directness of facility . Compatibility with existing local roads . System continuity with the 2020 needs plan. 4 Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23. 2007 Page 9 of 110 Each of the four criteria was assigned a weighting factor as follows: Evaluation Category Community Impacts Environmental Impacts Cost Weighting Factor (% of overall score) Traffic Circulation 24 21 26 29 Each of the evaluation parameters for each major objective group was then assigned a score from o (does not meet the criteria) to ]0 (fully nieets the criteria). The score for each individual evaluation parameter was then multiplied by the weighting factor to calculate the number of points the alignment scored for that criteria. The weighted parameter scores were then summed to get the total. The results of the scoring are as follows: Evaluation Category Alternative Alignment ABC Community Impacts 7.8 3.6 5.1 Environmental Impacts 8.4 5.9 2.7 Cost 10.0 5.2 4.4 Traffic Circulation 6.9 3.5 5.0 5 Aaenda Item NO.1 OF ~ October 23, 2007 Page 10 of 110 The final weighted scores of the critcria are as follows: Evaluation Category Alternative Alignment ABC Community Impacts Environmental Impacts Cost Traffic Circulation 1.9 1.8 0,9 1.2 1.2 0.6 1.2 1.4 2.6 2.0 1.4 1.0 Total- Final Score 8.3 4.5 4.4 Based on the alternatives analysis that is summarized above, Alignment A received the highest score in each of the four categories studied. Therefore, Alignment A was chosen for detailed design and construction. The initial design efforts focused on crcating a typical section that would accommodate the current needs as well as future dcmands. The ideal typical section width for this corridor is 200'. This would accommodate a future six lanc section with 12' travcllanes, 12' turn lanes, 4' bike lanes in each direction, (; sidewalks separated fi'om the hack of curb in each direction, room for future utility expansion and would accommodate improvemcnts for the Lcly Area Stonnwater Improvement Project. VI.l1ile providing room for all of these fcatures it was also impol1ant to maximize thc cxisting right-of~way and minimize right-of-way acquisition. Thcrefore, the right- of~way had to be analyzed to determine if the desired typical section could be accommodated throughout the entire corridor. Aftcr researching the existing right-of-way information it became clear that the developed arca around roily A venue would be the limiting factor in respect to right-of-way width. Polly Avenuc exists in a 67.5' wide right-of-way cOlTidor. The land k the right-of-way was acquired from the Shepherd of the Glades Lutheran Church, Huntingtol' . voods Condominiums and the Quail Hollow subdivision. Across Polly Avcnue to the west i, Royal Wood Country Club. lao' of right-of-way was set aside as part of the Royal Wood P' 0 for the future extension of Santa Barbara Boulevard. 6 Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 11 of 110 The Polly Avenue acquisition and Royal Wood reservation only adds up to a total of 167.5' of right-of-way which is 32.5' less than what was desired for the corridor. However, in order to minimize right-of-way acquisition and avoid impacts to the communities, the County staff opted not to acquire any additional right-of-way in this area but rather use 167.5' as the minimum for the corridor and then expand to the desired 200' right-of-way further along the corridor where right-of-way was more readily available. Continuing north of Royal Wood Country Club, undeveloped land exists and allows for the full 200' width right-of-way. Vacant properties continue through the corridor until the approximate mid-point of the project between Country Road and Cope Lane'. At this location two developed properties are located adjacent to one another. The first property is owned by Harold B. and Glenda D. Hanks that contains a single-family residence. The second property is owned by Lonnie and Nan C. Chesser. The Chesser property contains multiple structures including a single-family residence and a large garage-type building. Both properties have access to Sunset Boulevard to the east. In order to minimize impacts and avoid the possibility of taking a private residence, the county chose to deflect the alignment 100' to the west where there was vacant land available. Thus in this area all 200' of right-of-way would be acquired to the west of the corridor and the two properties to the cast would be unaffected by right-of-way acquisition. The alignment shifts back] 00' to the east, nOlih of the two developed propeliies, in order to utilize the 100' PUD dedication fi'om the Falling Waters Development. This 100' alignment shift to the west would be accomplished through the use of large, gentle reverse eurves that do not require any superelevation. The alignment continues north to Davis Boulevard where it connects with the existing tennination point of Santa Barbara Boulevard. As noted above, 100' right-of-way to the west will be acquired through the 100' reservation in thc Falling Waters PUD. A large proposed development to the east, currently named Toannina, is under design and being reviewed by the County planning staff. Initially, the plan was to have the developer reserve another 100' in the PUD, for a total 01'200'. However, there was a need for additional water storage and water quality for the roadway drainage at this end of the project. There was no viable location for an additional detention pond, so the only choice would have been to route the water north of Davis 7 Auenda Item NO.1 OF ~ October 23. 2007 Page 12 Df 110 Boulevard into tbe existing ditcb system. Tbis drainage configuration would result in reduced runoff water quality due to a lack of storm water detention treatment. Tbe county planning staff was able to negotiate witb tbe developer of To armin a to allow runoff from tbe portion of Santa Barbara Boulevard adjacent to tbeir project to drain into tbeir proposed lake system tbat has capacity for additional stormwater storage. In return, tbe county would minimize tbe right-of- way acquisition along tbeir propelty. The right-of-way acquisition was reduced from 100' to 80' in some locations along Toarmina wbere design allowed. Once tbe rigbt-of-way configuration was establisbed tbrougb tbe corridor, tbe typical sections were designed to fit witbin tbe rigbt-of-way. Tbe worst-case-scenario for tbe right-of-way configuration was tbe 167.5" widtb at tbe soutb end oftbe project. Witb less tban 200' ofrigbt- of-way available in this area tbe ultimate six lane median widtb was reduced from 30' to 21' and the six foot sidewalk on tbe east side oftbe road was designed at the back of curb instead of having a 4' grass strip between tbe sidewalk and back of curb. As tbe right-of-way expands from 167.5' to 200' tbe width of the ultimate six Jane median increases from 21' to 30' and the 4' grass strip between the back of curb and sidewalk is added. During the design p[(;:ess, county transportation staff raised the possibility of building all six lanes at this time as (li'posed to waiting for tbe future need. Rising construction costs and the projected nced for six lanes betwcen 2016 and 2020 were the influences behind this inquiry. County transportation staff recommended to the Board ofCommissioncrs to design and build all six lanes as part of the current project after it was determined that the construction costs for thc six lane road would only be approximately 1.50~, higher than the estimate for thc four lane section costs. The Board of Commissioners agreed with County transportation staff and approved the six lane tY11ical section design. The six lane section is identical to the four lane section described previously with thc addition of two 12' travel lanes on the inside oftbe road that replaced the previously wider four lane median width. LASIP - Santa Barbara Canal Historically, the original drainage pattern for the Santa Barr' ,,, Boulevard cDrridor from Davis BDulevard tD Rattlesnake Hammock Road was through a ;tem of natural wetland sloughs, witb flow proceeding from a nortbeasterly to a southwesterly.llcetion. Excess runoff would 8 Agenda Item No. 10F October 23. 2007 Page 13 of 110 eventually outfall into the Dollar Bay estuary system. The natural drainage provided by the wetland sloughs was very slow and the corridor area exhibited a high ground water table elevation during the annual wet season. Evidence of the high ground water table is provided by the remaining wetland vegetation, which can be seen scattered along the corridor area. Those wetlands and the remnant wetland sloughs are stressed due to recent drainage, roadway, and development improvements in the area which have altered the natural drainage patterns. The LASIP project has been designed to provide a comprehensive outfall for the project corridor area while improving the hydro-period of the remnant sloughs. The canal begins immediately north of the Royal Wood Country Club property line. The canal will tie into an existing lake within Royal Wood Country Club via a weir structure that will control the discharge from the canal. The canal continues to the north crossing under both Whitaker Road and Country Road through 5' x ] 0' concrete box culverts. The canal terminates several hundred feet south of Cope Lane where the canal ties into an 8' x 4' concrete box culvert via a weir structure. The concrete box culvert turns 90 degrees to the east to pick-up sheet flow from the north-easterly direction that has collected in the swale along Cope Lane. The total length of the canal is approximately 3,200'. In addition to the 8' x 4' box culvert there are four cross-culverts in-place to conduct the northeastcrly to southwesterly off-site flow that the Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension would block. Aside from maintaining the off-site flow patterns, thc canal will also provide a drainagc outfall for the road project. The Santa Barbara Canal was planned prior to the Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension project. The original alignment of the canal ran straight along the section line. When the alignment for the road project was chosen it was in conflict with the eanallocation. so the canal alignment was shifted to thc wcst to make room for the road extension. The original alignment for the Santa Barbara Boulevard Extension was almost perfect ly straight running in the north-south direction. During the design of the road project, a portion of the roadway alignment was shifted 100' to the west in order to avoid damages to some developed propeliies. At this location the canal was shifted from its original location further to the west after consideration of the impacts of adjacent property and the varied uses of this additional right-of-way. Shifting the canal 1 00' to the west would sever undeveloped properties, leaving small (uneconomic) remainders unsuitable for development. The County would be required to compensate property owners for the loss associated with these uneconomic remainders. The proposed alignment avoids this result and 9 Agenda Item ~~o. 10F October 23, 2007 Page14of110 provides for a variety of public uses. For example, it allows for additional buffer between roadway features and the canal thereby improving overall safety of the corridor by separating traffic and pedestrians from the canal. Not only will costs associated with right-of-way acquisition be greatly reduced but construction costs will also be reduced by eliminating the need for both guardrail and handrail along roughly 3,200' of canal. Future construction costs and indirect costs associated with disruption will be avoided by eliminating the need for bridges over the canal to serve adjacent properties. The aesthetic appeal of the corridor is enhanced with the retention of natural vegetation and greenspaee. Cross-culvert connections to the canal are needed and can be installed in this area without acquiring additional drainage easements. And, finally, this right of way will also accommodate future utilities and pathway under the Pathways Master Plan. This shifting of the canal from its original alignment maximizes the use of the right~ of-way while reducing overall costs. 10 Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23. 2007 Page 15 of 110 SA..IIlTA BARBARA BOULE V ARD EXTENSION From Rattlesnake Hammock Road to Davis Boulevar'd )'OND SITING REPORT A. Purpose The purpose of this repOlt is to present three stormwater management detention pond sites fOl consideration Various stmmwatcr management. envilOnmental, and drainage design critelia was analYLcd fm each of the sites to detelmine the suitability ofthem to bc used as detention pond sites B. Identification of Alternate Sites The Santa Barbara Boulevard drainage maps in the 30'Yo plans show the location of the possible pond sites A general description of the pond sites is as follows: Pond Site .'10. 1 is a forested site generally located between the proposed lOadway and Sunset Road and between Po Ill' A venue and Adkins StT eet Pond Site No.2 is a forested parcel genemlly located heTween the proposed lOadway and SunseT Road, and north orCountry Road. Pond Site No.3 is a fOlesled parcel generally located between the proposed roadway and Sunset Road, and south orCope Lane. C. Pond Site Preliminary Information Table 1, attached, presents preliminary infmmation fOl all ofthc pond sites The preliminary infonnation consists of rough Tight-of-way costs, potential water quantity volumes, soil and glOundwateT conditKms, potentia! hazaJdous waste contaminations, potential impacts to cultural reSOUlces, and potential impacts to utilities Thc right-of- K:\05-0081 Santa Barbara\Corrcspondences\Documents\30 percent design rcport\Pond Siting Report DOCI Agenda Ilem No. 10F October 23, 2007 Page 16 of 110 way costs are based on a figure of $200,000 per acre for land zoned AG in the project area, which was provided by the Collier County Right-of-Way Department D" Drainage Map The Santa Barbara Boulevard preliminary dIainage maps arc included in the 30% plans The potential pond sites arc shown on the subject maps, E. Evidence of Ficld Rcvicw The project's environmental consultant, W Dextcr Bender & Associates, Ine, has performed a field review of the pond sites and has mapped the existing vegetation on the sites A Copy ofthe maps entitled "Preliminary Vegetation and Wetland Map" is included in the 30% Design Report Appendix F. Description of Applicable Rel:ulalor}' Requiremcnts Construction oithe pJOposed ponds willreguire permits from the SFWMD and if wetlands exist in the proposed sites. fiom the United States Army COlI' of Engineers (USACOE), The design criteria to be used in the pond design are as follows: I , Design Storm = 25 year 72 hour storm Total rainfall = 10 87 in 2 Maximum pond side slopes shall be no steeper than 4: I (horizontal: vertical) from lOp of bank out to a minimum depth of two feet below control elevation 3, A minimum perimeter maintenance and operational easement of20 feet shall be provided beyond the contJOl elevation line K:\05-0081 Santa Rarbara\Correspondences\Documents\30 percent design report\Pond Siting Report DOC2 Agenda Item r~o. 10F October 23, 2007 Page 17 of 110 G. Description of Pre-dcveloped Runoff Character istics as Basin Boundaries, Outfall Locations, Peak Runoff Rates, and Method of Conveyance A description of the pre-development !lmofI' characteristics etc is included in 1 able 2, H. Descdption of Post-Developed Runolf Characteristics A description of the post-development runoff characteristics is included in Table 2 I. Schematic of Inter'conncctcd J'onds XP _SWMM schematics showing how the ponds would be interconnected are included in the Appendix J. Description ofthe Ope,'ation of the Faeility The control structure for the ponds will bc a lixed crest weir and orifice and as such will not rcquirc any operation with the exception of periodic maintenancc and cleaning, The grassed berms and pond side slopes will require periodic mowing and weed control The County forces will perfilIm all maintenance operations, K.. Soils and Groundwater Information A soils map is attached in the 30% Design Report Appendix" Thc glOlIndw"[er table for the area is within 12 inches of the surface for 3 to 6 months during the wct season, and is below 12 inches of the surface in other months, receding [0 40 inches during extended dry pcr iods L. Elcctronic File of Routing Calculations K:\05.0081 Santa Barbara\CorrespondencesIDocuments\30 percent design n:port\Pond Siting Report DOC3 Agenda Itcom No. 10F October 23. 2007 Page 18 of 110 Detailed routing calculations will be performed by utilization of the XP-SWMM model as paIt of the water management permit submittal package. Results of preliminaIY roUlings to support the preliminaIY sizing ofthe ",commcndcd ponds attached M. Special Maintenance Requirements Thcrc are no special maintenance requirements for any of the pond sites other than those listed in J above N. 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Barber & Brundage 7400 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 200 Naples, Florida 341 De Phone (941) 597-3111 Fax (941) 566.2203 brundage@abbil1ccom Daniel W Brundage, P,E 18915 Dc\fe- A Total PrnjectLand Use} Pervious/Impervious Area SANTA BARBARA BOULEVARD (From Davis Boolevatd to RaUJesnaklt Hammock Road) CoOler County Project No 60091 SURFACE WATER MANAGEM5NT CALCULATIONS DeSCriptiOIl Area (Ac) % Impervious Impet\liousArea Pervious Area Water Man Ponds 1709 734% 1254 455 PavemsnUimpervk:lus 39.11 1000% 3911 000 PerviOus 978 00% 000 ." Total 65,98 5165 1433 76% 22% B TOl.al Project Soil Storage - S 1. ROadway RIW a) Estimate lI\/era(l6 deva!opsd drainage area dep1h 10 waler table Description Araa(Ac) Roadway P<lVCfflcnt 3911 PerviOU$ "6 Tolal 48B9 Avefage deptl'1 to waler table '" s~ eN=: b) From SFVVMD Volume iV pag~ C-lii-J Compal;!ed scif storage for DWr " 6' 66 Avg Depth To Water Table fl 40 46 19556 x 20% 2, Ponds <I) Estimate BVBfage developed drain-age area olevation Description hea (Ac) Waler surfaceJwdland 1254 Pervious 455 Total 17 09 Average depth to walm table =: b} From SFWMD Volume IV page CW..J Compacted soil storage for DWT s= CN= 0.2 99 Avg Depth To Water Table . 00 20 .'0 , 27% Area )( Avg Depth 15644 ;l912 "19556 ..6. 40 ftNGVD 40 . = 8.2 1,64 Area J( Avg Oeplh 000 910 .'0 1709 05 ftNGVD 05 . 02 005 Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 25 of 110 .Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 26 of 110 C Water Quality .) 1st inch 2,5"x%lm Moos for Water Quail Basin Tota/Area :)erv lrnperv Vol Quality Drain Are. Quality Imper Area Quality % Imper 2SVol Number ac. ae. 'c. ae.ft, ac. . ae..... at;. fl.... 1 3189 659 2530 266 2553 1894 74% ,'" 2 3409 774 26,35 284 27 91 2017 72% 315 . Drnfnage area for water quality;; tolal area. (water 5U~ plus building roof areas) .. ImperviouS area for water quafity;;: drainage Rlea for waler quality - pervious Bftla ... 25" J( frs('..Uon impeNious x drainage area /12 x 75% Cl'edit for dry retention b) 2 5 rn x % Impervious volume ap;Jlles C) lr,croose water Qua~ty vOlume by WIG Required ,-- 8asin 2SVoI Vol Number ac. ft. ae.ft. 1 2'" 444 ,"-, 2 315 473 -- 0 R.3infaU (110m SrwMD Volt.une IV): 10yr,' 24.11"= 70in 25yr/24hr= 90 in E S'l3ge. Storage 1 Basin I Pond 1 Tolal Elevation Aces Volume VoIUnlO ft ngvd Be acft acft 500 636 000 000 6..00 056 546 6.46 700 675 ~3 12 ~3 12 600 698 1997 1997 900 71. 2703 2703 Water qualily ,,"01 of 444 <:Ie fI DCCures at elevation '" 569 2 Basi1l2 Pond:;? PDnd3 Total Elevalion A",. Volume Area Volume Volume fI ngvd ac ac' .c <left .cft 850 312 000 30. 000 000 9.00 320 158 313 155 313 1000 3,.35 48a 32a 475 0.61 1100 351 329 3.43 8.11 1639- 1200 366 1187 358 1161 2348 Waler ql.l0li11ty vot of 47:3 Be ft OCCl.Jres ('It e!evalian ,. 925 F Maximum D!scharge: Per pre-applicaoon meellng with $PNMD the maximum diSCharge rat9 '" the 25 yr discharge rate =0 18 cfsIac which is conslstant with the LASIP model for the area Allowable Basin Drainage ADowable Rate Discharge Number A... "",e cis 1 3189 o 1S 574 2 3409 a1a "4 G Conlrol Slructure Design 1 Pre-deYelopmenl (6-lana condition) peak. 25 yr cischarge rate and Water Quality Storage Depth M.. auolily auaity. Bleeder Required Structure TolalArea allowable Q 0 req vol elevation 0" Bleeder Numbe!' ac. ds '" ac.ft. rtngvd er. diam.jn. 1 3189 574 1147 266 669 054 550 2 3409 614 60S 264 925 059 550 - . Discharge limited 100 5ln Iday:c 0 5' x (1elal sne area ..Iakos) 2 Control structure sized by running $WMM model for various configur<lliOns ,---- - CONTROL STRUCTURE DESIGN Weir Orifice Structuro Crest I.E I.E Total DHW Structure T",. Width EIElv marneler (n) (n) Flow (n) RoceNing Number fMJ.EM) {OJ (0) (In) NGVD NGVD (ds) NGVD Body 1 MJ 03 569 55 50 25 541 a72 LASIP 2 MJ 04 925 55 85 25 610 1186 LASIP Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 27 of 110 LLe-O OO~ ~o~ .N~ o .0 Z~CO E03~ 2.00) -om .{gnD.. cO "' 01 <( ~ ..-< N N ...... r- 11)00 QII (!) tlIl I1)S 'i:lCZl o ~ Z6 ,;,."'~ _.....~w.=.... ..~~ """"""'-~..... ,.. -~'" =c""'~. ! cw .- '<i i U: '/I! \!') :cl .Qj '-I 'COi >~ 0~ Wi I c:! ~: 0: ~. Pi ~,."," ::J .c I- "" "OQ) .1.... ~.5 " ~ I- ! '"' r !; i t) ~!.' ~ ,i I ~ Q) L~ ~I- ,N It'> CO Cco 00) , ~ 0) T'"'"T'"'" C III o ...., Lri o It'> r-- cD (y) aoeJS '=! 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U 0 I' Q) 0 i ~ I~ c: 0 :;::; C'Cl > Ii ~ - CI) Ceo c. 00) ::J 1:20) . ...... ...... . c: C'Cl '<t; "! <:;! co ~ eo LO "'" (") N ...... 0 -, 0) 0) 0) co co (+.I) UO!lBAaI3 (S!O) MOI:J Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 33 of 110 RESOLVTlO"l NO. 2007- A RESOLl:nON AUTHORIZING CONDE:>.1NATION OF FEE SIMPLE MD/OR THOSE PERPETUAL OR TEMPORARY EASEMENT INTERESTS NECESSARY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ROADWAY. DRAINAGE AND UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS TO SANTA BARBARA BOULEVARD EXTENSION FROM DAVIS BOULEVARD TO RATTLESNAKE HAMMOCK ROAD. AND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STOR:>.1WATER I:>.1PROVE:>.1ENTS AS A PART OF A PORTION OF THE LELY AREA STORMWATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. (CAPITAL IMPROVEMTh'T ELEME!\"f NO. 32 A'iD 291. PROJECT NOS. 60091 AND 51101 RESPECTNELY.) WHEREAS, the Board of County Commi:-;slOners (Board), on June 7, 2005. adopted Ordinance No. 2005-25 therein establishIng the CapItal Improvement Element of the Growth Management Plan In order to establish pnontles for t.he deSIgn, acqUlsltton and constructIOn of the \fUnDUS capItal Improvement projects; and WHEREAS. the TransportatIOn Element of the Countys Comprehenstve Plan was adopted in Ordinance No. 2005~25; and WHEREAS, the extenslOn of Santa Barbara Boulevard from Davls Boulevard to RaUlesnake HammocJ<. Road (Project No. 6009 J) 15 one of the capltal Improvement projects reqUired under the TransportatIon Element of the COUTlty'~ Comprebenslve Plan; and WHEREAS, the Lely Area Sronnwater Improvement Project (Project No. 51101) IS one of the e41pltaJ Improvement pro,jec.:ts reqmred under lhe Stormwater Element of the County':> ComprehCDSl ve Plan; <Iud W:E:IEREAS. conSlrlICllon of the relevanl pOl11On of tJle L:::ly Area Slorrnwarcr Improvement Project IS an es,')cnual component of the dram age system deSIgned for Santn Barbara Boulevard Extcn~lUn; and WHEREAS, tt IS necessury to construct a c;lonTIv.':::lter collection and outfall channel west of the proposed roadway l1ctween the COl1unuml1es of Falling \VaLers and Royal \Vood: and WHEREAS, the safety of rnotonsts and pedcstnuns IS hest mntlltamed by maxInuzing the separal10n between the propused roadway ~nd the proposed SLmmwarer collectlOll and ourfall channel; and \'\TlEREAS, the locarlOn fOJ the constructJon of the proposed Improvements has been fixed by survey and 1S collectIvely represented by the JegaJ descriptIons compnsmg Exhibtt "A" attached herelo and mcorporaled herein ~ and Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 34 of 110 W1-Il:REAS, due to increasmg populal1nn and proposed land development, there IS a vital public need for Improvements to the roudway network In thIs area of the County to provide <lO additIOnal north/south artenaJ roadway and for further Improvements in the LASTP project; and WHEREAS, Board recogmzes that the reduction In 3cqmsltlOn costs achIeved through thIS coordinated right-af-way deSign greatly henefits Lhe public hy ensunng that adequate funds are available fOT current and future capltal pnJJects; and ,V1TERE.A.S, after conslderallon of the availahility of <tllemme routes and locations, the comparaLIve costs of the project altclllatJYCs. varJolls Impacts upon the enVironment, long range plannmg options. and PUhlic safety conSIderatIOns. the Board deSires to exercise Its nght to condemn propeny for public purposes; and WHEREAS, on Juty 25. 2007. the Bo~rd adopted Resolution 2007-213. authonzmg the condcmnatJon of propClty described rherem for constructIOn of lhts Jomt projeCt; and \VHEREAS, staff has discovered SlIme scnvener's errors In the sketCh and desenptlOns of mne of the parcels described In ResolutIOn 2007-213 and deSIres to eOIT{~ct those errors; and WHEREAS. the sketch and descnptJons of four additlOnal parcels have been reVlscd to more accurately reflect the prupelty reqUired for the constructiOn of tillS Joint proJect; and WHEREAS, the sketch and descnptlOns of all thTrteen aforementIOned parcels tlave been correeled ami rcpJaeeu in Exhibit "A," \vtlJeh is ,Jlt~.li.:hed hereto NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOARD OF COU'!TY COj\-L'VflSSIONERS OF COLLIER COU1\l'r'. FLORIDA, huvlllg made the fmding~ contained in the forcgumg ree-Hal:;. that Jl hJS l"'\::"cn (iClcrmin~d hy the Board 1I1,i1llte np,l!ls]on of Sant<l Barbara BouJevarcl from Davls BOLllcv;.Jrd 10 Ra:uesnake lL:lInrno~k Road m cOTlJl1n~1I0n with the proposed improvements [0 lhe Lei)' ,,0.,,r~a Stomm';}ler Improvement Pro.leet (tlerelO..d'ter ref CITed to as "the ProJe~t") IS necessary ant: m lIIl' punlic\ llCsl Interest ]n Order tu prutect the health, safety am1 welfare of the CItI7.enS of Collier County. i\l\'"D TT IS FCRTHER RESOLVED thai construction of the PHJJect IS an lntegra; parI of tile Coun~y's long range pJanmng ctfort, and]s II1cJuded In the TransportkltlOl1 Element of the C'_;nty's Comprehcnslve Pl<in for GrOv.tll Management. as approved by the Flonda Department of Communtty Affairs. A~ IT 15 FURTIlER RESOLVED that tile County Staff has :-ev]ewcd alternatl\'(;: JocatlOns for the Project, a:1d tile costs .'lssocJatco WIth the iJeSt?n 'ropcrly ngJlts acgUlslhon, and -1-'agc 2- Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 35 of 110 construction of the project, as well as public safety and welfare conslderatlOns a~socratcd wIth the de~Jgn and constrLlctlOn of thc ProJect, and vanous Impacts to the envu"Onment, and the Board finds that after COnsIderation of these Issues, the most feasihle locatIOns for construction of the proposed improvements IS collectl vcly represented by the legal descnptlOns compnsmg ExhibIt "Au attached hereto and Incorporated herem. AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that 10 order to construct the Project as designed. 1t IS necessary for the Board to acqUJre vanous real property mterests described Tn ExhibIt "A" AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the Project. as dcslgned, COnsl1tutes a puhlie purpose arId all property acqUTred by aUlhonty of this Resolutton serves i:l public purpose and will be put to public use. AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the County staff 1S hereby authomed to Immediately acquue hy gift, purchasc or condcmnatIOn In accordance WIth the prOVISions of Chapters 73, 74 and 127, Florida Statutes, the above referenced real property IOterests more particularly descrihed m ExhibIt "A:' altached hereto and incorporated hercm. Af\.1J) IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that no mohile homes are located on the property sought to be llcgUlred and therefore it will noL be necc:'isary to remove any mot)ile homes from the property to be acqmred. This ResolutIon. adopted on this _"_ day of ___ ,2007. after rnotlOn, second and maJonty vote. supersedes and replaces ResolutIOn No, 2007-213. ATTEST: DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK BUARD OF COUXry COMMISSIONERS or C01.LlliR COUNTY. FLORIDA By: JAMES COLETTA. CHAmMAN Approved as to form and lega suffiCiency: \\/~ Ellen T. Chadwell ASslstant COllnty Attome)' -Page 3- FEE SIMPLE INTEREST SECTION TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 COLLiER COUNTY, FLORIDA ~ I 16, tl.RCEL NO. 101 FEE :WPERTY OWNER: SHEPHERD OF irlF.' GlAnrs LU1MERAH CHURCH INC. =:FERENGE: Q.R. 62~ PG. 368 JUO NO.: OO~19320009 REA or TAKE; 384 so FT. REA OF REMAINDER: .. 67 ACRES z ~ ... ~ '" gI~ '" tS~ 00'" 1"00 )-- 00 _ I!; <A ~~ "'''>< ~~D ...'" -0 ",... ~~tB ~'" ilO- "'0 53 ct~ "'''' ":; Gl r '" ~ " " 00 -~-i~~--_m-1 "tt--ClQ L....:z:1Il~-.:;; 5~ifGrt ~~~.~~ ~~~ ~~8Q~ ~~~ j :-(e:.(Ol_O 6s~~(.\ 1.1:::0-.;(0:; u~- I "- / '\ IJ.. ~ \ 100,00' R.O.W. p ~ ~ '- ~ ll.. 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M.-., l<.~.... 7L ,...n 1~~.}ftIl1-311l "'....""uuOc......"'s..,..llW.........;h""to.B.n..c-.n;j..llS6 CUUlan_lll! rlo.to. .r u.............." x.a, UI _ """ .11'" 'u, (UI}-i84-=G ~RANSPCR~O~V!SIOi\! /.r .;? ..,- W/A>tNE /lY'""tGNDU. R.s.i.l. NO. 5335 7'::'1:.: A" "" so' DATE: Fl'"R, 28. 2007 __~A)\I(<f BY:~ PROJECT NO.:~ /1 .;~D NO: 967:9-Sn3A FILE NO: 91'3'79 / 4/10/07 ( FEE SIMPlE INTEREST EXHIBIT -6... PageL of..xr.. Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 ~age 37 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 101 FEE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH. RANGE 26 EAST, COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16: 7HENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A OISTANCE OF 50.00 FEET: THENCE LEAVING SAIO WEST LINE SOU7H 89'14'45" EAST A DISTANCE OF 67,51 FEET: THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST A DISTANCE or 17.50 rEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST RIGHT-Or-WAY LiNE OF POLLY AVENUE AND THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-Or-WAY LINE or RATTLESNAKE HAMMOCK ROAD AND THE PO/NT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED: THENCE CONTINUING NORTH 00'03'07" 'NEST ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-Or-WAY LiNE A DISTANCE or 27.44 rEET: THENCE LEAVING SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LJNE SOUTH 45'14'13" fAST A DISTANCE OF 39.49 FEET TO AN IN1ERSECTION WITH THE NORm RIGHT-or-WAY LINE or RATTLESNAKE HAMMOCK ROAD; THENCE NORTH 89'14'45" WEST ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WA Y LINE A DISTANCE or 28.02 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED: CONTAINING 384 SOUARE FEET OF LANO, MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECOI?O. /~ LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETC ,~ET 2 OF 2 LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: I DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 101 FEE ... I~ CLIENT: COLLIER COU Y TRANSPO ~flON DIVISION :f.-\.GNOIJ :!i3!f.BER & :rY:~/ //.., ::: 4-/10/07 / ;WAY D. AGNOU, R.SJ;\. NO. 5335 \.. RUNDAGE,1I<<J. . / "'lon..! OIl/lIZl""-lll", pUl.lU1ers, "!<oM DUM''')'"''"'' fu. (~I)~U~ll;Q' ALy;_ N.T.S DATE: FF:B 28 2007 c.""tJ'l hl.. 1<Xl. 'MOO toalo.ml T<-.ll, ~ It....., n. =-owe. (",,")U"-.IU O~N BY', 'A^" PROJECT NO.'. co_cno'1 <D.t;rz IlK eo-.u.Jia.4. hi.. la',.....u.. 'nUip, n. iUUII t:=I)U?-alU ~ ~ .... G( ...'>ltooJ:!...u...lto.. I.iI _..d.a .... ,.,,, (1I.I~I~~I7H AD NO: 9629-5D38 FILE NO: 9629 \ I \ 1 I I '1 I I I I ! i \ ! TEMPORARY" ONSTRUCTlON EASEMENT SECTION EXHIBIT -1L Page-3-of~ Agendallem 1'0. 10F October 23,2007 Pqge 38 of 110 I 16, SOUTH, RANGE FLORIDA EAST 26 TOWNSHIP 50 COLLIER COUNTY, 4RCEL NO. 101 TeE '?OPERTY OWNER: SHEPHERD OF THE GI,I,DES Wl"HERAN CHURCH iNC, EFERENCE: OR 623 PG, 388 OLIO NO.: 004-19320009 REA OF TAKE: 4 967 sa. 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'" I ~[;nO/'f 17. l'YrP. 50 So, ROC. 2' E. \ g ~ ! .on.....'" ,,~... ~..""n"L~' """"''''', ~, . -'-s'/iIi'2+'Ji'Ts:'}5j.e.w--'-'-i; -', srC~~T~s'.~6.[_ _5!..9!O;<~.J~~O-.E.::I1~~~E. ,'L/\ .~. NORnI f.jNf Of /'WR1I1u.sr QU~ g 0 S a9').n~' t :G~~.J~' F V =TION 20. 1IIP. 511 $., RGE: 26 L C\J. ~ '~ji"of/~~. ~ORsr,,~:;;~.u~~rr: I 117.5' R.O.W. PARCEL RAmESNAK[ HAMMOCK ROAD _~("~:~~~2~)~;LY COUNT~Y ~L~BT';:0"='~ (~R. ~.) :OO~Q.~ -~=~-= ~T. ANDREWS BLVD- TANGLEWOOD II I '-17.5' R.O.W. PARCEL (O.R. 2976, PAGE 8)1) . (120' R,O.W.) . P~T BOOK 15. P;"GE 113(- '" ~ 1- ~ 4i ~ ",,, I!!", ':\'01 '> "'i;l \;;1- LSt-.: ;!;- 5~ "''' ~ "'~ '>- cj~ >-- I!;", 5~~ 8.06 -C> Q,---,-J "'8'" ':J" C>1- "::5 co. '" ~ ~ " '" '" lu~O aZI_ "C>~ ""th-OR ~~lri\::::S 0=><:.">00.. ,..... C,:l ~ll..a>- tg~ Q~lG'~r:o ~~""- 8tr-'''-"":.- 0,,,,1:5 So ::.:: I- w~ y..Oo..Z -'1::0 :::, ~~Q;jt;8 o:=:,r-<<( ~c::."l:p::- ,,~- ~ ~ I HUNTINGTON WCODS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA TJON Of NAPLES. INC. O.R. 1354, pt;. 1920 FOLIO NO. 0042.35120000 "'-IIOR1HfRLY1.mr O,R6lJ,PI;.JU ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ij ~ i ~ I I I I '1' ~" '" "", =>::::- ;<:;ci~(,:;J ~ .Qa. ..'" . >-o~:g -;~-:: a""':- Q",tOliCl:: .00 61.50' 80' SCALE: 1" 1110.00' (/1,0,"'. gp ~ :5 >- ~ 0. g; co~ " -t ~ J.ZC7J '-'li.l-:::::.8 Cl:?:UiO~ ZO(!jUr::J '<I-Q.Q~ :::2:lfi'\.:.-~ o~-o t=> _::.:\.iic a~8:;r:l: ~dm~~ kO~ -J :5~ ~ 0.. \I~ o 0. Cl:: I- ~D ~ --'0 o a:: Cl::l:::! ~ - ~~ o <Co: 0<) ti~l.u ~~~ Vl:<(~ ';;~~ '..:>"..... klt',"l: maCl::: C>Q ~'" C" G ~, '"'" ~~ I rl ,~ ~,J l ". ~.' I ":' I ~~ '0 "u " '" ~0 '<(~co'" 01 .~8 "'", ~~0;: e::-::'Q~ k.CS -2 o ~ ,,~o ao(tO-.:-: "'~ ~~%2 C:.I'=-I.... w'> :r~ ~ 4i '" ~~ ~(Ij' lSi;l k ",1- '" "<d ;!;- 55 "'0= ~ " ;...::<( <1",'':;; w <.O.W. = RIGHT-OF-WAY '.C.E. TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION '.C.c. = POINT OF COMMENCMENT '.O.B, = POII,T OF BEGINNING IS LEGAL DESCRIPT,ON AND SKETCH PREPARED EASEMENT ---- LEGAL DESCRI?TION ,\:0 SKETCI-!..8'-I[~T 1 OF 2 BY: DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 101 iCE.. / ~ ~, CUENT: COLUER COUNT If"'ANS~TION DIVISION '~ /// 4 10/07 '"YNE D. .Il,GNDU. R.S.M. NO. 5335 /S':'-.,Lf:~.ll.Q'. DATt: FE8 28 2007 -r, DRAWN aY:~ PROJECT NO.; 05 0081 - ACAO NO: 9629-SD39 FILE NO: 9629 ..~ .. ." GliOLI "'E ... .." iillBEB k ."..E "... .... RUNDAGE,DlC. ''''IU>IUlI ..niw....... PilUu>"J1II. .;" t=d. lfUN"YQJ1II r~~. (~3i)~~~-Ua:l ., Caull,flI Bill... Uti. 7~ T..........a hoLl. "'ortl>.: t<.g.... n SHOO l=iIllO'/-'UI c.....'" 0\>011 ~t _I. '001... l!1:ll _lo. ..""fl, no ...IU t:l3~l~I71-UU 11_ or u\bolisaU- &0. Ui _ &A4 sa.." 1'_ (.~'l-UI-:nil TEMPORARY" ONSTRUCTlON EASEMENT EXHIBIT ..A.. P~..L of.:JL Agenda Item No. 10F October 23, 2007 Page 39 of 110 ;") SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 101 TeE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16. TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST, COWER COUNTY. FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; THENCE NOR TH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 50.00 PEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID WEST LINE SOUTH 89'14'45" EAST A OISTANCE OF 67.51 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHERLY PROLONGA TION OF THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY AVENUE, THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG SAID PROLONGA TION A DISTANCE OF 44.94 FEET TO TJ-IE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEl HEREIN BEING OESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WA Y LINE: A DISTANCE OF 491.87 FEET TO AN INTERSECTiON WITH THE NORTHERLY LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN o.R. 62.3, PAGE J88, PUBLIC RECOi?DS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE SOUTH 89"14-'45" [AST ALONG SAID NORTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 70.00 FEET, THENCE LEA ViNG SAID NORTHERLY LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 507.66 FEET; THENCE NORTH 45.14'13~ WEST A DISTANCE OF 14.09 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH SAID EAST RIGHT-OF - WA Y liNE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN OEseR/SED: CONTAINING 4,967 SQUARE FEET OF" LAND. lAOF(f OR LESS: SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORO. ...!!\. :::fiGNOLl ....13 .... .... :ARBER & .....13 ..... ..... RUNDAGE,1ItC, nlq...,alll C1ngLU<!el'l. pJa.nneMl, & laDo;!. .urve.y""' "or. (U')U~_:C~ Ill... r;;o,g,l,ro Bun.. ~Q.. "OIl T~ 'tt.ou. I<w1.b: II.~"., F!. Mloa (<:afjaB'_SUl . ""-';rI ...0 ~~ "".... EIalIo. 11": ....... BF....... ", un6 \'1:11)&&1-11111 rWIot.too.fJ.1l.\ll.riu.Uo..II....U1_&lldIlll~!U- .....'(Iu,.....ana .--' LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKET pfiEET 2 OF 2 DESCRIPTION: PARCEl. 101 TeE CUENT: COLLIER COUN TRANS AllaN DIVISION -lIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY; 4/10/07 / YNE D. AGNOLl, r-<.S,M. NO. 5335 "ALE: N l.S. DATE: FFR ?R ?007 DRAWN BY:~ PROJECT NO.:05 OQR, ACAD NO: 96?9 SO~S9 FILE NO; 96?9 c / FEE SIMPl..E INTEREST SECTION 16, EXHIBIT -6... page.L of ? S' Agenda Item r,o. 10F October 23, 2007 Page 40 of 110 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 FLORIDA EAST TOWNSHIP COlLIER COUNTY, ~ N o PARCEL NO. 107 FEE PROPERTY OWNER; MICHAEL L AND TAMMY S MCENOREE REFERENCE: D.R 2682 PG. 1634 FOLIO NO.: 0041SBDQOOll AREA OF TAKE: 2217 SO. FT. AREA OF REMAINDER: 0.56 A.CRES :I: '" '" ili~ ~vr "0 ..."' ~... ilj" ,,- 5a "'''' ~ ~ ... '" " ~~ d~ >-- !!;\1 5o..~ 8lOQ -0 ~5al "'0 !:J'" 0>-' "':5 g" " ~ ~ / ~ / / / >-1 ~ i=:' ~ !~~ ~l ~ ~ ~ i~~a:j . >- ?;i 1>-' ~: mom :::1.0_ =:tt',j~ ~ '0"-'-1 tici::2:lIJ -..I jn: CI::.' )...-::;-;2 .to. a ~Vi8~,," Q2~ ~1ta ~ i < W 811')1-~ m l ~~I ~~~o ~ ~~ ~~: "<( 8"0 ~ ~ ~ t; ~\ o~[D8G 0> ~ I ~\.... 001-0\<.:< V}l ~aL ~ "':5'...;, ~ ~\ '. 1 i ;:; ~ a.. ~ ~ ti"" ~~. 1 I '" _ ~ ~'I ~ . I : ~ ~ ~ ~~i ~~ ~ \1 i ~B ~ ~ ~vl.::i~ I ~ : '2~ e ~~ I ~~ ~ 'I I d~ ~ "'~'~,,;lf~ IUI ~ ~) ~~ UJ! \ ~ I ~~I~~II:'IP t;:,e. h... ;g I I ,"[ ~~ [ :: I : ,,'....'" ll.! I 'i ~~ [ ~ 'I : ) " , Y' n.. I ",DARCEl 107 TeE +11,;tJ!;t. ~ 1- ~ _____PROPOS,I) T,l;.i: IS1..GI' ... ...1-1 \"'WifTHF.lILVUNE I :::!. ~. I PAR::EL O.R, UiIl2. 1'(;, 1634 I lilJ'" tl II, 107 rEE MICHAEL l.. AND c., '1;0, ~PiWPOn-D H.Q.W. ~ND -c r.l' . . II '-21 so F7. -*; ,TAMMY S. MGt. Rt;.c:. ,,~~ i~ ~:\ 11 ~..~ ~9~J.' 1~ C.p., 2582, PG.!634 l' o;;n::j \ 'il"' <3 ~ I: PG, 0320 I FOLiO NO. 004,seoor.09 ~j~ '" l- II I ,..-solJ1Hr~lt tiN!:: .,.I"'~ 111 I /CR2fB2I'G16'14, r ~~ [\ \ 'f 'I, im~n-H~------i-ii-----TH~--_mHi--- t cril. I N 1-0 Ii,~. !! 1 ! 11 l,' I ~II" 2\ ~~ -I :'-W l'_: ~,~5' L';; i 1: ,,' ;:: m 1, I! D ~ I~ " .! Ql I; I 01 t i I 0> II' \' 'j / 0, - - 0"0 "'" 0; \ / ,,' D_[-; rt QUAil "HOLLOW !. i: ~ II: il:. I: ~ ::: <l:J ~l \ i ~. u.C--I!--t P.B. 1"t po. 42 II ~ ~ , ~ .~ I~ ~~~ii:1 I'-~-,--~~-------~j~-l----H+------q+-,-- 8 "'...._ 0111 ~I __, - \ )....;- HAWLi:" AND Sf-jfRRY -1 ~ ~ ~ ~: ~i O.R. ~~~~~HpA~ 936 ~ d 0: FOLIO NO. 66t14:;~20004 ~ 57.~O t'-.. ....1 c.o ;du';;sr CCollN~1l" .... 'j'-- SE:CnOH 16, ,~O S. R 26 ( ~ o '" ~64.57 g ~ \ 11. c~~i2 ZOIO c-, "(1--DR2 u..- '~~IIJ ~2:(J")""'.~5 O~l!luQ.<l) t.:l ~c..:s:- R c;:gsl{n~CC~ O-J_---...' ~u~ Cc:; ')....cQ2:~ --l~O\--?<3 ~zCIlcGo 0=::,1--<:( I.i.. ",0:5" "" o o ~ " ~Wj); WE OF 50!i1J./E-IST OUAATER'-8 .~~..!2:.~~~~~2.fi.!:...'.::....+._ IRIHUNE OFNOi/T./f:ASfOU,l.RTU<J g -enOl>' 20. TllF. 50 $.. RtiL 26 E. ,..., '" ~1It ~d o. ~~ I ~ff 1 ;:: I SCALE: 1" 80' I::~ . ~o aa:::(Q 8 "c- ~ ..:f:j0 ....i~Cl.~ -- ,..;g W:t\t'C ~)..~~ ~::'E 0 :::::':t2 ~dl.<.. ~ '" h ~ V18R r' ijj~ --- ~~~ ~; ~'^ o 0 .. 555 ~". ~~:: ::::/.:..~ ... u",,8 "'... "'~ ~SF~~ ili", ()~D -~, j>- " 0 :0" ~(ie ~::~ co d ~'" 10 '" ~~ ~~ 0,< C,_ Q:t,) (:::0.. HOl-LOW DRIVE iso_'m LINrorS(llJ1HIrE.5TQUAR1!"R _ ' J-. HC7l,ON.--!..6. ~. 5~.,. ~ .2~, _ o __ - - -'Sil>~~5'7 2~~.l.!\ ~ C'i I ~ RA TTLESNAI<E: HAMMOCK ROAD ~~Wo~mA O;;:,C*ebHrS;G~U~~~ (CR. 864) (100' R.O.W.) R.O.W. RIGHT-OF-WAY ~.O.C. POIIH OF COMMENCMEtH ~.O.B. POINT OF BEGINNING 1$ LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: --- LEGAL DESCRIP110i~ :,t.:O SKETC~0HtET 1 OF 2 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 107 FE."E /" CLIENT: COLLIER COUN"TY TRANSP9.R'1AnON DIVISJON ..!J\ ::BGNOLI ...0 :::UARBER & ....13 .... .... RUNDAGE,tIIC. 'ft....ioD.l.I ..ngwee"" pl.ttWl<'.ns-. &; Io.n<l. ~U""'~y(ll"ll 'uo (~V)64ft-2;.Da ,r c......"', a..... IIOQ, ~.wo 'h.mI-...l T...u. lfori&lt N~~_ n aUQ<I (~~jon-"II :.....'" 11_ ~ _4. aodt. 1ll5r _I. ,,~. n UI3a t:noj511'.:tH ~o... .r "'"lAonatlol> Ii..... 1.11 _ _ u nu 'u: (a~a).ua_~n~ / 2/28/07 4/10/07 / c BiL, . ~ <-- /}fAYNE O. AGNOLl, R.$.M. NO. 5335 :;:::ALE: 1~ - EJO' DATE; nEC. ?1 2006 DRAWN BY: ~ PROJECT NO.: 05-00R1 ACAD NO: 9629 SD1 FILE NO: 96?9 FEE SIMPLE INTEREST EXHIBIT.1L P,...ie-of~ Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 41 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 107 FEE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST, COLLIER CDUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY OESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16: THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 1,331.37 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION Vv1TH THE WESTERLY PROLONGATION OF THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN O.R. 2682, PAGE 1634, PUBLIC RECOROS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA: THENCE SOUTH 8917'23" EAST ALONG SAIO WESTERL Y PROLONGA TION A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY AVENUE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WA Y LINE A DISTANCE OF B8.69 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID PARCEL: THENCE SOUTH 8916'52" EAST ALONG SAIO NORTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET: THENCE LEA VING SAID NORTHERLY LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE of" 88.69 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION Vv1TH THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID P AReEL: THENCE NORTH 89"17'23" WEST ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH SAIO EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE ANO THE POINT Of" BEGINNING Of" THE PARCEL HEREIN OESCRIBED: CONTAJNING 2,217 SQUARE FEET OF LAND. MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH SI:\E8 2 OF 2 liS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY; DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 107 FEE ./" ...!j\ CUENT: COLLIER COUNTY 1RAJJSPO~iI/lSION :::fiGNOU !55EI3ARDER & ,- . : B't.'~? ~,,/ -~ \ :!!5!&UNDAGE,,,,,,- 2/28/07 ~D. ^GNOU,_R.S,M. .NO. 5335 "..-.1<>='- "nKln_n, pWlnen, It.l.md .UTY1l1t11'11 :r"", (I:3J)I.N-Ii2II~ 4/10/07 SO-AlE: N.T S DATE: nF"c. 21 7006 ~~~~=.r::::-;.:~~';.~oe!::=~~ / .-1SRAV.'N BY:-->!Atl PROJECT NO.:05 00B1 lUloooOLoo o.t....._ tr_ la _ .... II I8U Jwc \~~I~~I ACAD NO: r:i67Q Sn1 FILE NO: ~R?9 TEMPORARY,' INSTRUCTION EASEMENT liRA liON 3 SECTION 16, EXHIBITL Page..L!If :, I Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 42 of 110 COLLIER COUNTY, PARCel NO. 107 Tee: PROPERTY OWNER: t.HCHAE':l L AND TA~MY S. MCfNOREe: REFERENCE: O.R. 2682 PG. Hj3~ FOUD NO.; 00416800009 ARrA OF TAKE: BB7 so FT. AREA OF REMAINDER: 0 59 ACRES :l:: '" <0 i!j~ ~"" 50 ~'" ",l- i:; . .,:0 B15 "'''' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ aJ. ,.- l!::vi ''''", B"-.", '"'''' c:l~3 ~o"' o ~~ ":S on. o ~ ~ TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 FLORIDA I ~I "'. is ~ :!:i m ~E~. ~~ 8. I}o., ~, Old 'i1'~g::1 2i I a:: 1C1. a:;: ~l ~ I JO.OOC1 ~ I "' I' n. m ~ ~l "' ~~: 1tl9J ~_' ~ I S ~~ ill' 0 I nr- 1 ~W. ~~. I ""~! ~ '" \~ ~W i!'JW ~ I ~ ~~. ~~ 'I' ~ I '-; ~~U ~,\:" ~'I ~" I f I '''' i!;. ~R ~ I ~ ft.l 5~1 ~~ I I:: I P '0:;1':, ~ l:C I ! ~~ I 5~ I 2 Ii ,,'"~ "' , 1 ~~ ! ~ \ 1 t/ ft. ISl +-lP.oo.1 I I -l1r!iJ'T~ . '" "'I " r.; ,l::~~1 ~I, PARca ~ Q 107 TeE \ '" 12;1r:"'1'" PlltlPOSWT.C.E. r>lJ j.., --~. . 'I' (6.'17 SQ. FT. joJ ..... ....8. !l!i;;I:?;1 \ ;::~i\c.:i~a\;"'l a.F? 3953. ~i'5~ :" .~E:g 2lis PG. O~2D +["1 I \. ~;E '"1 "<1,1 -"I / i ;"0;\1 ' "'"'0- i'"'o.: . !~ 't I Z'~ ~ l~ ~$- ~I i~ ~~itR :, 'p '<:-:C;lt'i 1:;1 i8 }...Cl...1J"l r,. '" -ll.~::=~. 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I D I I a, l I 0-, I I ~, I I I Ol t / 5 Dt.-i H- QUAIL"HOLLOW " '~' \.y.... t I III I I , ...._~~~~~1--~~_~~;~i~~_-W~-_____: !___ LRAW...E AND SHERRY ~ RAMTAHAL b O.R. 3224-, PC;. 936 - ,OUO NO, 6884J920oo. ~.,. ~rn Q~ '0- t "''' on. HOLLOW DRW[ P,Q.C. $OOIHIIE:>T COONER ,...SOUIii lJNf 0" SOUlH\lEST QUMlfR S!r;71CH l~. 150 S. R 28 E I SE:CTION la, rM'. &G S;, ROC 25 E. o "':-'-'-'sil!i'~\is7'2~.js""""\'- -'-'-'-'- '" I C\j RA Tn....E:SNAKE HAMMOCK ROAD \....NOI'IW UI-/,f IF NCll1H1lES1 0')J/IDf (C.R. 864-) (100' R.O.W.) m: ON zr. 7)IP. 5(J s.. RQ. 2ti r. R.O.W. = RIGHT-OF-WAY ! T.C.E. ; TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT o .O.C. ; POINT OF COMMENCMENT '.O.B. ; POINT OF BEGiNNING \S LEGAL OESCRlPTlON AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: SOU1l1UHE:OFSOUIHEASrfJUNlTiJl,O _~~.E;.~~-=!l!!..~~c. .~~._ :Jim UHf: CF NCRffiE.ASr OUAKflRJ g ,"CITotlZa.llif'. so s.. RG:f. ZIlE. n ..!ft. ::H..GNOU ...1:> :::I1Blffi " ..". .... .".. RUNDAGE,,,,,,. le..ioUf,J ~i.ueen. p\al:Ull:rlI, 101 lIU1d. Iun>lYO", fa%: ("",,~~__~ or (;.0_"" _ -. 71oOl1_1:nl.I. JlodIai )10_. ll. MllIII \z:li)N7oo1lUl ~tr. '~H -.., --. _ Ill;; -.uo. ...... J1, 14116 {z.a)ll,.,_llIl 1IM.....J.~I(-.U1__.._ ,....\..}t...-I7. .---' LEGAL DESCRIPTION 'ND SKETCH SIjEEI 1 OF 2 DESCRIPJlON: PARCEL 10- GE ~ CUENT: COLL\ER COUN -~I\NSPORT UN D'iV1SION 2(26 07 4(10(D7 , / e'V~ _~___ /.,r.Y-NE D. AGNOU. R.S:M, NO. 5335 ~ ";6>~ 1 ~ '" BO' DATE: DEe 71 ?006 y~AWN BY:---1Ati PROJECT NO.: 05-00B1 ACAD NO: 9629 SO? FILE NO: QB?9 ~ I tMt'tIKARY , INSTRUCTION EASEMENT URAJION 3 YEARS. SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA EXHIBIT' ^ Agenda Item No, 10F ~ October 23, 2007 page-1L- of..1\L Page 43 of 110 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 107 TCE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH. RANGE 26 EAST, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING A T THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG THE WE'ST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 1,331.J7 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION 'MTH THE WESTERLY PROLONGA TlON OF THE SOUTHERL Y LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN O.R. 2682, PAGE 1634, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA: mENCE SOUTH 89'17'23" EAST ALONG SAID WESTERL Y PROLONGATION AND SAID SOUTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 55,00 FEET TO mE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTiNUING SOUTH 8917'23" EAST ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 10.00 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTHERLY LINE NORTH 00'03'07" WE'ST A DISTANCE OF 88.69 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION 'MTH THE NORTHERLY LiNE OF SAID PARCEL: THENCE NORm 89'16'52" WEST ALONG SAID NORTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 10. 00 FEET; THENCE LEA VING SAID NORTHERL Y LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" [AST A DISTANCE OF 88.69 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED: CONTAINING 887 SOU ARE FEET OF LAND, MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS ANO RESTRICTIONS OF RECORO. ..!l\ ::H.GNoU """13 === IUmER ok ....a .... .... UNDAGE,DlC. te..loQOJ. ol.l.lmeen. pl.aro:l.lll:rs. 6: land .~YCJ"l I'u::: Ill:lSl6oI-ZZG3 . c...tr-..u\o; _."/<6110~Tnl1.~ If.Ji!o>>, J'LMUIt (~1)U?..t11 l';o"",~ .. CoocInt..... _ lO:ll1loalU, a,dap, ft. WVt lag)U7~lul _loooZ_U-Jl-.lIl_...__ ,....(UI}/o__ LEGAL DESCRIP110N AND SI(E1CH SI-IEE.J::VOF 2 DESCRIPll0N; PARCEL 1D7 TCE' .7' CUEN1: COLUER COUNTY TRANSPORT A l1D DIVISION / IS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY; 2/28/07 4/10/07 / . AGNOLI. R.S.M. NO. 5335 DATE: [)FC 71 ?Ol1fi PROJECT NO,: 05 onA1 FILE NO: 96?9 FEE SIUPtE INTEREST SECTION 16, EXHIBIT' ^ Agenda Item No, 10F ...ll- October 23, 2007 01 S Page 44 of 110 TOWNSHIP 50 COLUER COUNTY, EAST PARCEL NO. 1081"F.E PROPERTY OWNER: FRANCISCO Lovas REFERENCE: Q,R. 3592 PG, 7167 FOLIO NO.: OD426044705 AREA OF TAKE: 4550 sa. FT. AREA OF REMAiNDER: 1.15 ACRES :!: '" '" ",,,, ~'" ~u,~ 50 0-.'" ",0-. <:;" ,,- "'" DO "''' f;J '" ~ 0-. ?5 ~~ {j.1 >-- f!O<n ""'" 5"-,,, ""''' -0 ~51'ii "0 c... ~ o~ ":5 0"- o " ., I ~ / I t o / I ~I : ~ i ~~~ ~. ~'~~ ~ ~~g;; ~~'l~ dol~<O a;: 10.. Cl::' '-l.J )..-::;8 c f!OvlD~ ,,; .;; ~Cl(,J~ ~._' l:c: ]JQ:"OO"'"'l ~ 5Q.,2;::: :: ~ <';'10' 1::: ~~ a-So ~ co . :<=.~~~ 1;; ~ I I '<(8~gg~1 ~~ 8~ma<3G"< ~. I- 41 ~ .. Vi '+I.B1-1 ~ :58. ---r~J.i6';rU I " r:: i ~~i ~I I i () 8\!l'll;.... g. I ;i ~ t:;lt:,I~~ 'Z" I " .,. '" I. "I ' o =< ~ol 0,,"'. .... I Q::;: ...~., ...."':~.2: ..,' I ~ "'!l~"'li L. :1 : ~ ~.... ~~~::", ;,: I PARCEL 108 TeE ~~ I ~~t;; I~ ~I j.--PIlOPDSEP W.E. E~l,~~~,;~ ;:1 : DB FEE PI ~ 314+64.57 ,,~_/!::::~ iPA~/l~~J l'l.D.W. I l~~~; ~(~,.s~oso_ n_ *J e;.( '-l !: ~~"=-r 3~1\ '~Jt .., .1 c.: 2~i or d~ '! I l..ue2o I I w~ I ,I :J;)o:z:!..... I C::"'-I I' I ~~~E:l~g II ~ : :1 I l.o.:?vsi-""CQJ '- r\~ cS~t!l0C: ~ ~ II t!l ,c..CS::-f:': ~~~~mF: ~d-~~ ~)..5Q~~~ ....g:a ~o :- ~:zcotll...l2 a2l~-<>:: .... '" u:g:5r:::: ~ "- 1.1ICh'AEL L, AND <i ~ TAMMY S. MGE:NDREE I g ~ O.R. 2682, DG. 16-14 "T' l' O.R. 3963, Ct: (j PC_ 0320 I cWO NO. 00418800009 \ ci tL .-----,---~~ ------, Ii ------ ~!~_____"IJ___ ;,',~ _I I ~ ~-t cc J I: I : I ~ : ~ _" ,lC u[ III III .1' II" ~'" i ~ 1=1r< u~ ; I ~ ''>; : I: ;:- ~: ~ Ii /a < Iii <:: !I! ,J) /I.! " il' 0) ~ :: ~ ~\ \ I ~ c._----; i~ QUAIL HO!J.OW ~ ': : I: ~~ ~;~ ~ :1\/~~~-~~=:J1-~~-~tf~..~~--!~2-----JJ~___ 18~Ct:'-- ~ ' ,I, II '<l: _- ~""-;:;l l (" )...,-5S~~ p: LRAWL[ AND SHeRRY ;:, ~:-:-- 21 RAMTA.YAi.. ~ Q.. <.0 L::' Ct: '" O.R. 3224, PG_ 936 0'0 rOiJO NO. $~B43920()04 h " I~ ~ " o ~ SOUTH, F:ZANGE 26 FLORIDA ~ N o SCALE: J" 80' ",- !'''' " "'.,., ;.,;"", iimi ~ "'''I~ ~~2 .. ~~ilj:'iH~ '"~ ~ "''" D"~ >00- '<{~Q)~ -,~tL~ ;:jN''''' ...:::Vl~ 0 ~~N;Z; 'd::::i': 0 ,,,.,,, ;:, ;:::ciC: <-"" :'.I............... I<ORlHDlLrl..Wf D.R. J~92. PG. 2167 '" '" ill~ ~'" "" "", ;;;0-. ~!'o ,,- 55 "''' " IX ~^ "'~o ~N* ~". oc..; ~o{o ~\Q~ " D e:n:8 D, ;;SOlmiCRLl'llNf /O,P, J5P:?, PG, :161 P ARC[L 107 TCE PROF'OS[[)T.C,f. HOLL:J1'l' DRIVE: ~~~~, ~,OO~ts;cf'~~\ g --_.-._._._'~.~-. ~I.!/lJH UNf Of' NCRmrAST aultRrrn..J g Sfcnrw 20. rllP. 50 S,. ROC 26 f.. 67.50' P.D.C. S::<:J7HKST (.OR~cR ,soum UNf OF SO:JIHI\f:57 QlJltRlFR ~~~' .,~ .s~ ~6~ ..,... j 5[cnW 16', nw, 50 s., RIJr. 25 f; RATTLESNA:E;~~~::~~~~~:;AD ""-:~IH-:hf:; ~::I~-; ~w:-rrn (C,R. 864) (100' R.O.W.) Si:r:nON 21. 71W, ,,) So, RGE:, 26 E. ,,~<o -:)..- D _ "'I'" R,O,W, RIGHT-OF-WAY P,O,C, POINT OF COMMENCMENT P,O,B, POINT OF BEGINNING HIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREP AREO BY; ..!~ :::N..GNOU ....0 ====!BBER & ..... ::::. RUNDAGE~ "<Il~UlOll.o';.L "ngln~"I1I, pl~D.I1"n. '" Ul.l:Id 1\U"Y"j'QnI r.., (~'Pluo-..,n. 11U. c.o""'t.r: sow.. 2~, '(440 r...:...I-....L '!'n1I. "..-, ~~.., 11. 'U101 (~Q)G"'-UU .f;.o...t,r. oliGO c.................. a..uto lD';lloJrJl.o.BprInp, rLU1U (",",~V1_'JU <ut...... .' ~uu.on...tLoIi. N... Ul _ IUO'I U KG, ,.,,, \Z3PWIla-&TU 2/2B/07 4 10/07 .!m SKETCH St1f:E1""'-T OF 2 TE // TRAL'-lSPO~11i)-11ON DIVISION .y //'/! -~ W7E D. AGNOU, R.S.M. NO. 5.335 I ,_,-t:: 1" - 80' DATE: DEe 71 7006 DKr"WN 8Y:~ PROJECT NO.:05 0081 '-1- ACAD NO: 9679-5D.3 FILE NO: Q629 LEGAL DESCRIPTI00' DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 1C CUENT: COlUER cm' FEE SIMPLE INTEREST EXHIBIT ....8- ,."...LL oiL .Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 45 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 108 FEE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH. RANGE 26 EAST, COLLiER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; THENCE NORTH 00"03'07" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF mE SOUTHWEST OUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 1,420.07 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE WESTERLY PROLONGA TJON OF THE SOUTHERL Y LINE OF A PARCEL OF LANa AS DESCRIBED IN O,R, 3592, PAGE 2167, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE SOUTH 8916'52" EAST ALONG SAID WESTERLY PROLONGA TION A DISTANCE OF 30,00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POllY AVENUE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY UNE SOUTH 89'16'52" EAST A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET; mENCE LEA VlNG SAID SOUTHERLY UNE NORTH 00'03'07" ViEST A D/STANCE OF 182.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID PARCEL; THENCE NORTH 8916'52" WEST ALONG SAiD NORTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FETT TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE E:AST RJOHT-OF-WA Y LINE OF POLLY A VENUE:; THENCE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A OISTANCE OF 182.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNJNG OF mE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED; CONTAINiNG 4,5S0 SQUARE FEET OF LAND. MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, ....~ :::. GNOLI ..... ..... I.... lUillER &: 1.....13" I..... I..... UNDAGE,Il&. roJ.-.1<>..-1.~,.,pJ.IUW.n....laud.unoo)'o,." "*,,,(;::$e)roM-UlI1 ~-o..eq, _lIOlI.7<4a _:rrml, ~ II~. !'lo-a.toUIII {=.)U'l-~u .. -.,. _ ~...... hila lhl haltlo ~ 110 ~IIII (zalU7-:'UL _leol.J...u...n..u...Ilo>a.a.__O_ r"",(.u.}tM-~ LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH SHE~L2- OF 2 DESCRIPTION, PARCEL 10B FEE / CLIENT: COLLIER COUNTY TRANSPORTA-:nOl>l-/D1VtSl0N BY, ~ / '7/, '-w D. t\Gr-JOLl. R.S.M. NO. 5335 N L.S.. DATE: DEC. ?1 /006 WN BY;~ PROJECT NO.: 05 0081 ACAD NO: 9S?9-SD3 Fl:..E NO; 9629 2 28/07 4 10 07 'HIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED 8Y: TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DURATION ? SECTION 16, PARCEL NO. 108 TeE PROPERTY OWNER: FRANCISCO LDVOS REFERENCe 0 R. J592 PG 7167 FOLIO NO.: 00426044705 ARE.A OF TAKE: 1 820 SO. FT. AREA OF REMAINDER: 1.71 ACRES :t= '" <0 !Jj: !Ii", 5:g t;... L5 .....~ j!;- ~~ ~ ~ ... '" " ~ ~ gf~ d' <0 >-- I!; 0; "">< g~6 -0 Q><~ ~"", <<16 "... ":3 0"- ~ 1"1 "' 314-+6~,57 o .: " ~ ;0 " '" ~ / "''''0 jC:l2:I"'- <:C~ '" ""1-.....8P8 l....~tril':~<O 5:::;'!l(iii~ (.:I .ll.6~~ ?;:~u)'~CO;:: ~O~"--'Crj '" )..00..<::2: .....J~OI--6!2 ):!:;z:llJvu5 o~l--.:: k ~ rr8~g: ~ 8 . , " ~w~~. ~~~~k~~~,\ g ~ ~ :; ~;;rno,s-; :w;;~7 '1' - 5CCTrOlY20, llIP.sos.. ROC U/i'. EXHIBIT A Page.JL of 7 5" ,l";Jenda !tern NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page ~6 of 110 TOWNSHIP COLLIER COUNTY, 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 FLORIDA ~I SCALE, "'~~ "'~~ CQ;:IO~ ::<:0- 0 ...:t5t:l:3 .J~o.. ;: ....j t\1,8 !:illl~ o:::i :::>-C\,j;;e Ch 0 5i~a:: i5 ~ci'"- ~~ .' t.rJ\Dg !~E ~~~ " 0 .. ~". oQ~ r< " '0 ;~~ V1'" G~~ "'" ~r::t:Q ~o~ ~" ;o.~.0lJJ5~:':'~f67 I c+ I 1 I 1'0 I' MICHAEL lAND TAMMY S. MC[NQRfE OR 2682. PG, 16.'14 FOLIO NO. 00418800009 I ~ is ~ !I f- ~ ~ .::c:~~ ~ ~ 0: 8 ~~":i 1:'. I ~~~ ~ ~g~1 21~ 1 Gail- lij Jli: 0:: r;j )..-~~ 0 ;.:! I I!;,"O~ . "' I~ _ :z.BUIJ) ~=' ~ Jo.oo' ~ ::.a.o':::: !9"" 8 ""''''...'"1'' I ~c;::; k Q) ~5~~ ;:: ~) d I ~g~8 8 ~ I g!: ~ l-olwO'" ~_~_'.:!:!dJ~.':L. I e "'{~ 1$.\25kl lii \ Go.. n ~-I .... '-NOR1H[Rl.YLflYE a..~ ~ ~~i ~I l:ll o.R.~1I2.PO.2r6' u ~ a~ 8 I IPARCf"L 10S TC( "t ~ """I~'" ,,; IJ--PIiOPOStDTC!' ~;:, ~<tl ~~ IL..! I I (1.82CJ 50. rr:;i;) ~ ~.I~~' I:"~l~l ! s: ......i~ 1~~_lnl ~ o~I~"' -~_'" .., ~~ ~ . ~ ,.J t;l~: ...l~1 ~~~ I~~}nal :;;13 ..,.Iii ,~!!8181 ;:jbjJ. ~i~ let. "'1"'1 ,''-)!.:....Qj,I t I '1 ~~~ a:j I I ~>-) Y ~ U ~:~rs ll!l16'52" [ P::l ~_' ~5.00 \ \ ~: lilt I I PARC~L Ofj~~ I t 107 TeE: =~: PROPDSfJ) Ie,!'. I d~ I i o.R. J9CJ, SZ'" I I PG. 0320 \L Q i : r . ( II r --~~------~~-----T~~---___~~___ ~ ill I i Ij i I I ~;~ J I . l-t' Df: n I I I ~ i g!::o :-10' u.c. r I ~ r I I lit ~;. 1 ~- r-~' U[. ! I I r I n '" I I .6; 1m' ;; ~,; ~ :: Q; :: i3i <:J') '<t- '"K' ! ~'D.[:_~ QUAIL' HOu.OW I I r r , l.o..i .~UJ"; \ I I I I ,1 I I~ :::'!ii:: ~I. '-- S'L',E-j P.B. 14-, PG. 42 I ~ I I I~ ~C~6: ~, !I~----_-H+_l____' ~------: ~-__ ~~a~" I I~ >-o..,.<n~' L.RAWLE AND SHfRRY ~ j ~:::: 8) RAMTAHAL 2 j ~<.ocr.:U:" OX 3224, PG. 936 c:i 0 P01./0 NO, 6884J&20004 ~ C7.:;O' '" llO P.O.c. ..... :,...../. .'OO~.~'.CMNER rsoumuNtv,- S.OVlHMESYOUARtt1f ..J.e;._, SE:C7ION'6. T50S,R26E . $tCITONI6. (W 5Os..Rct:,26~ -01_ - - - s/;g"'i"i'4~-72~j5-'-'"'\.- - - - -'- " I (\j RATTlESNAKE HAMMOCK ROAD NOfi;' (.II/!" or- NaRm~r OtJARlrR (C.R. 864) (100' R.O. W.) SE:CI ",1" 1llO'. 505., R(;C, 26 '" R.O.W. = RIGHT-OF-WAY I T,c'E. TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT P,O,C, ~ POINT OF COMMENCMENT P,O,B, = POINT OF BEGINNING THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY; LEGAL DESCRIPTIO' DESCRIPTION; PARCEL CLIENT: COLLIER CO'_ ,D 'SKETCH ':E Tl'1ANSPORT ....~ :::: NOlJ ..... ::::: \\RBER & ......13" ...... ...... UNDAGE....e. pror...Il1<>IIAJ (lnllin~e1'l. :plann....... Ii: land .uney""'" p~ (23~I"'-=~ C_ CO<&Id;P7 1lu1"'~. 760" -..... Trdl.~""'" l<.~.... n. .....011 (~Jg;1-.sUl !.o& """"t::r. ;ggO Co<oo>1lut......s_ .Oll: _~. '~ll4.lali (~)II"_Slll "-,..... .f .........ort..u.... ...... 1.1I _ _ iii _ ,"", (~..~n::o EAST ~ N o 1" BO' '" <0 !Jj: ~(Ij' 50 ...'" ",... ~<O ,,- is is "''' ~ -'~ ~'" a,," '"- no" 0"- HOLLOW DR!V[ , ~---...., //. )it1EE]/1\-oF 2 .< "OIVlSlON':.' 2/28 07 4/10/07 / /'.1 d~ D. t~NOU,: .,~.S,M.' . Nq",' 53.35 ~Aj..,.E: 1~ 80' DATE': DF-C.' 2,1 :;'>006 [}.R'i\WN BY:~ PROJECT NO.:~ ACAD NO: 96:;'>9 S04 FILE NO: 9679 L EXHIBIT 1\ Agenda Item No. 10F P (::L f 7> October 23,2007 age__o_ Page47of110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTIoN OF PARCEL 108 TCE A PARCEL of LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER of SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST. COWER CoUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRI8ED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING AT THE SoUTHWEST CORNER of SAiD SECTIoN 16; THENCE NORTH 00"03'07" WEST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST oUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE of 1,420.07 FEET TO AN INTERSECT/ON WITH mE W'E"STERL Y PROLONGA nON OF THE SOUTHERL Y LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN O.R. 3592, PAGE 2167, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE SOUTH 8916'52" EAST ALONG SAID WESTERL Y PROLONGA TlON AND SAID SOUTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 55.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNiNG OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY LINE SOUTH 89'16'52" EAST A DISTANCE of 10.00 FEET: THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTHERLY LINE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST A DISTANCE OF 182.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION VHTH THE NORTHERLY LINE of SAID PARCEL; THENCE NORTH 89j6'52" WEST ALONG SAID NORTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 10. DO FEET; THENCE LEA VlNG SAID NORTHERL Y LINE SOUTH 00.03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 182.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCR{BED; CONTAINING 1,820 SQUARE FEET OF LAND, MoRE oR LESS: SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DURA TION :5 YEARS. ER& UNDAGE.-. PraI"~~''',PJamI.Ilnl.''!AI1d.UMoIYOno J_f2II.l....__ _~...,..aoo.__!bIl.~II.pIW.n.UJ...(_)III'_lll1 I.. 00",""" MID _-. -... Ilia; _lIpoIoop,", .... 1_lHl'-aul _e#___Ul____ '_fUII~-zToIII LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCHS' DESCRIPTION: PARCEL lOB TeE CUENT: COLUER COUNTY TRANSPORT5 BY~. ?~ N Nt~: BY:-& AD NO: 9S?9 SD4 ..........,......--? "i,.OF 2 THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: ,1,'ff,S;lit Nfl, 5335 DATE: . [)~c' ,21 2006 PROJECT ,NO.: 05-0DB1 FILE' NO:, Q6?9 FEE SIMPlE INTEREST SECTION 16. TOWNSHIP 50 COLLIER COUNTY, PARca NO. 1D9 FEE PROPERTY OWNER: MICHAEL L AND TAMMY S. MCENORfl" REFERENCE: O,R 2562 PG. 16:34 FOUO NO.: 00418800009 AREA OF TAKE: O.:S2 AC. AREA OF REMAINDER: 2.39 ACRES :l: SOiJTIIlJ/o/eOF'NORThL\STOUARTFR, SfcnONI7.l'III'>,SOS.,RI;iLZtif:..~ N:~:C'-;;~:[~-:~A~J . stcIl01l17.TlIf>./lCs.,RGf.26(. o o + ~ o "' ~ ~~ ~uf => <>'" ,-'" ",,- l:il' i!:- =>" 0<> "'''' Q W '" i ~ . i ~ h' a '- "' " ~ " :'- maG :jt'll:..- L1o)'z'tl ::'-'-::.2 ~~8~ 8 54.2~ it 8~o;:; ;;; !i~~~ '"{g0o ~Ulf5. ~ Ol-~"- f.:):s~ gc..Q ~ 0 ~ "' ;'0 go o " a a , w ;; EXHIBITA .......1.3-of 75" Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 48 of 110 SOUTH, RANGE 26 FLORIDA P.D.C. lIt;STQUARTf"RCOIlNtR StenCH 16, T:iP $, R:U I; POLLY AVE. SOUJH !JNE.Of NCfl1J./~S'T roAR1E'Rf (60' R 0 Wj ~CnCJNI6, YYlf>,!J(JS"RlOf.21lr. .. . '-'-SIIi'i8'5S"1"UJS:08"-' - -'- NORJH lJIIC Df"sOUIl-illESrOUAAIDl stCl1llf.1l4,nlP.50S..RG(,2tiC- ~wl I ~~i.~~ I ~. ~"i I~B~ Q;,1 ~~ ~'p. I :~ ~~.~i!=~ \j~ " ,erg~~ I "'~ ~ ~~ .,,~, 0.. . 3~1.~; I l 'V~ ~ , >;0" ~~8 ~- ~ <:{~~ ,,"-- o ~~-o W~O --' 3l 0 ~6~ L -I"SOUTHERI.\' l..JIif g . .S-~16;I~f.. ~.~o~~G: ~7. _ _ PO ;.7G .... E:VEREIT STREET b ... "-'. ,..., I " I I I I 1 ~i ;1 ;:;. ~ 1< 'I ~ i ~~.:i ! . ~~.... D: I -~~ i ds>~. o l.)~<>. - I 'i~~1 o "- . " I 1 t: ' .~ I , I ,-SQ{1ll1rRLY!JI.[ __;;:L~!...-l- ~~ 1 /O,R. 26/!;::r;. lGJ.j I~J.Z5' i I, " PARCtL 108 Tef . . ___f'ROPOsro T.c.r '\' ~ I \ iPARCEL lOB PET ~PROPOSEUI?C.W, I ! I -T :ilf~! ~i:ii :::8 Q,J~g I~ I Ie is I ,"~I I;; ". ~ i ~~, i:5 I >-~: ~ :l~ I.. "I ae;.::; -..j 0..1.5.", ~,) C tl:: I . ~ I h I~ ~ ~:8 "'I ;'" " l<!i R.O.W. RIGHT-OF-WAY "'O.C. POINT OF COMMENCMENT ".O.B. POINT OF BEGINNING IS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: lu'loS :.,w">,,. Q~~ '8 :-,:Q- ::5 ~<:: to lL;t.,:.<l} -,~c.. ~ -! .(~ 0 ~1.ilrJ:J Cl ::J:>-~;:: ~~ Q ~::>.:i;s ;:::0.... fAST ~ ~ SCALE: r' = 80' ~~;:~ ;'11;:;;;;; iflc...."" ~ ~<< 5~g::g ':5Sl';::: ~ '::l....., to :.........;-.1 FRANCISCO LOvas O.R. 3592. PG, 2167 Feuo NO. 004260447D5 <> "- "- o w ~ ~~ " . ::\'" 00 ~'" ",,- !l' . ~~ 5~ "''' Q i;j / LEG,L DESCRiPTION AI'iD Si<ETCi;VSHEET 1 OF 2 ! DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 109 FEE / CUENT: COLLIER COUNTY :rR^NSPO~iviSl01\1 "i3 :: GNOLl ... ... ... :ARDER & '''EE .... ... RUNDAGE,:DIo. :0",,10=1 "n~il:>."o"" pl-=n. a: and 81:r'O'eJ"<l<'lJ 'u-, (~gJ68~-= ..("...,,""liv.l....OC,l'~O~T...u,!I<><ULr&p.i..."''"''>.<2;1g).n_alll ;.""~ IInKI CoOoWUrt .....4. ........ 10:>: -.!to. 6prlJl.p, n $O'~ (Ut)..u_uu "'..... of ,W-"_ "... r.a _ ...4 .Ill 116U. 'OJ (~I)1o''''a'1~~ 2/28/07 4/17/07 BY, /~ ~,'A,1NE D. AGNOLl, R.S~M. NO. 5335 / / sC';i..E.': 1~ = RD' D.u,TE: OFe. 71. 7.00B ;QP-;<:,WN 8Y:~ PROJECT NO.:~ .~,C:AD NO: 9629-SD5 FILE NO: 96?9 FEE SIMPLE INTEREST EXHIBIT ....8- Pave.Ji.. of..l2:. Agenda 'Item No. 10F October 23, 2007 Page 49 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 109 FEE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SQUJH, RANGE 26 EAST. COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, SEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRISED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING AT JHE WEST QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; JHENCE SOUJH 00'03'07" EAST ALONG THE \llEST LINE OF JHE SOUJHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 664.36 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WlJH JHE WESTERLY PROLONGA TION OF THE SOUTHERL Y LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRISED SY A QUIT CLAIM DEED IN O.R. 1091, PAGE 1107, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE SOUTH 89'18'11" EAST ALONG SAIO WESTERL Y PROLONGATION A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH JHE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY AVENUE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING OESCRlSEO; JHENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 89'18'11" EAST ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID PARCEL A DISTANCE OF 76.76 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTHERLY LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89'18'11" WEST A DISTANCE OF 44.75 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 363.73 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WiTH THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN O.R. 2682, PAGE 1634. PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA; THENCE NORTH 89'16'52" WEST ALONG SAID SOUJHERL Y LINE A DISTANCE OF 32.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST RIGHT-Or-WAY LINE or POLLY AVENUE; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE or 393.72 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED: CONTAINING 0.32 ACRE'S OF LAND. MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. S LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: /" LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCr'v-5:HEET 2 OF 2 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 109 FEE _ // CLIENT: COLLIER CDUN1'( 'fRANSPOR}kTlON DIVISION : av: ;b/> /f . 2/28/07 ~'D' AGNOU,. R.S.M. NO, 5335 4/17/07 seA' N,TS .,DATE: [)FC 71 7006 D!3A BY:--->lAN PROJECT NO.:05 0081 {O'Ao NO: 9679-S05 FILE NO: 9679 ..!l\, ::tlGNOLI "'13 .., ... ARDER & 1...13.um, .... I... AGE,IIIt. u.1o.Da1 ena:Lnfl"n. P~M'lI, " land l\U"9llyol'1l ru:, Ill::l~}U._ .. Co<oalf: _ _.,_ ,-.at ~ ~ 11__. n.NIQ1 {:I:I')1lI'l_WI '-O;Jl __t-. _ llQj _to.~ n.::W11II la'lDII'!'~lll _..r""'~H.....1a__IllI_ r_lu.j.tN_ZT.iII FEE SIMPlE INTEREST EXHIBIT-A- Paat.J5:.. vf...1Z.. /loellda Item No. lOF - October 23, 2007 Page 50 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA 1- I ~I~I "I g;i>1. ..1"'1 blg ~~ I , I I ~ '-No j~~~1 00 .: 1~"i;1 ISi)i.;: . .~~31 15u .: 00"'1 13 1"0 '" : b d,j~ d '<" '" ~I 'I:i ....." 1...i5 ... ~~i ~~;!o "'<C g. ~~ Ik ~"'I <.t;;.a '0( :;...:5'8 : ! ~! I:: l--=- ll."', ':1 I 1'4 VI 1/ 'I...i I I~it' . c~ii I _II: . . I-""~ ' . ~~" I .t'Jl';<::i. I ~&~ 'I :0. PARCEL NO. l1D fEE PROPERTY OWNER: ROBBIE l RAY9URN REFERENCE:: O.R. 1925 PG, ~720 FOLIO NO.; 00418720008 AREA OF TAKE: 0.45 Ar:. AREA OF REMAINDER: 3,91 ACRES ::l:: SOOlH UNE at NDfnHE~t llIJMirrll SC:Cl'lU/ 17. nl". OD So. ROC 26 Eo ---Ii ~w\ ~l!ll ~ ~~. L_\. ~~ :::~ a t-..<:i ,~ ~I" N 5. '" ," 0. o ~~ PI '" 326+6Q.~ o o + ~ " SCALE: 1" 80' "' <0 "'''' I;!", "' , ~~ ~'" "'~ "' '"'" j!;- "" DO "''' '-' t! o o + - " " * !if . I-- h;- h ~ ~ ~ mo&! c:: :r"llt Uoi<; 1l:> >--::;'8 !Eujo~ <:<!It."l,,, ~""e~ u':2o;:::; ~::,ct:;1r;) '<(o,,<:z Q '~, 0 g ~~8~ N l.:>..:::'~ grt[L ~ t; ~ " ::: 1'0 o "' o ~ ~ e " " g . ~ IE"' 1,"1 Ell';, ~":I I ~;; I 2,_1 I ,i! t '..': ":~ I ~gl "" , ;::j~1 ~ P.O.C. MrSTct.lAAlERCQRI'IDl SEC1IOHI6,TWS,R26t S~WOl~~t~.OR~~Star~~~\ '- -.-s-6i1il'ztu.w]i.-'.........y ;"'-SOOllJ'Q]"E: Uotm/WICOF:iOUlNIlESTIlUARrI:RJ 1 JO.OO Sf:CTIOO16,l)Ipp. 50S.,RGC. 26f:. : rrjti T----~:;~E~-1~~-~;;---- I': PRoPOSECiT.C.r. I ,~I--... /r-------------' , . I '" I " ' 1 I / . .........~RCEL no DE: Iii i'RDPOSW I).r. . , Ii I , I: -I l;j t! 2", "I oS i: :::~ " ~i\ jl ?j'l' I~ " ,..I: ~i " ~! 'I za~ 00",0 ,,~8 E-~ "",0~ zo._ , .~c ~" ~?2~ '" 8e::5 l:::::oir. g:;; ." 6~ ,-" ~~ ~~ I . ~~ I :::Jg . ~~ 1 / ' I I ,..>~~ ."' ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l4~~~i!l8 ~ "''''v,'''',,", ~1~~8~~h~ ~sl;-::~g~~ ~~~~:::; l." f-"-li ~'(j - , /o.~~~~~ ';o.u'ifo, _j:t9.~.~~ . ISJ.2.51 EVERETT S7REET ---r-- -.- -.- ~Rcn 109 FEE '_ 1 P/!(;FOSCDR,O,W._ R.O.W. RIGHT-OF-WAY P.O.C. POINT OF COMMENCI-.IENT ",O.B, POINT OF BEGINNING IS LEGAL DESCR1PTJOI'J P.,ND SKETCH PREPAR:::Q 8Y: IT POLLY AVE. (EE'. ~o.~. 'g EXISTlNGSOO1HR,o.W.1.1N1!': " :-.,,,R: A'-O ~5::G 00 0. ~\.,)itN' S~_-lG ~g~ci SuD 02~~ ~ " '" <0 ~~ ~l/} " 00 ...'" V>~ W "'"" j!;- ,,is "'1= " tj j I \ I ~~ 0......0 tj5;: "D u'-' '" Q, ;;:0::: _ t5~Q) ~D ~o- ~~n: J ~D -t- - ':-....1 i'SIO.R. PG. ___ L--------r - - LEGAL JES~RI?T:ON ,:"NO SKETCrr;'SHE.:ET 1 OF 2 DESCRIP1JON: PARCEL 110 FEE "'~ CLIENT. COLUER COUNTY ThANSPQRTA"'ION-DJVJSION , c " 8Y C;;/ .;If , 2/28/07 -JlA)Ncn- AGNOLl, R S M. NO. 53.35 4- 17 07 S(;'A~_ 1" 80' DATE' DI'"C 7.1 7006 PRAWN BY:-----.J..8,tl PROJECT NO.:~ (AC;,,D NO: 96'"19 505 FILE NO: 9629 "i\ " .. GNOlJ "'13 .., ... ARBER &; ....13 .... .... RUNDAGE,Dfa. :~...I<>n.lU ..nBln~....., Pl,.o."""..., <I< !.and ou.-veYOnl roo, l~O)"'.-""'" ,r Co\IILl,n ~<&l.I4o ~4a. ~4OlI '1:""""..... fY&ll. R_, No,.... n. $il\l!l (l::S9II1Q~-3IU :.....\1' ~~lllI c-......l _4, 8UU.t tQ~L _14 8.rlnco, n. hlU lUO}lO?-'lll Illl&lo.ol;.ulll.......Ilo&llloo,UI'""""4I:1lUW. J'_(=30)I.~._n=4 FEE SIMPlE INTEREST EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. 10F Page I (, f 7 S October 23. 2007 _0_ Page 51 01110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 110 FEE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MOR< PARTlCULARL Y D<SCRIBE:D AS FOLLOWS, COMM<NCING A T THE WEST QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; TH<NCE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST ALONG TH< WEST LINE OF TH< SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH TH< WES7ERL Y PROLONGA TION OF TH< SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY lIN< OF POLLY AVENU<; mENCE NORTH 8918'58" EAST ALONG SAID WESTERLY PROLONGA TlON A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH mE SOUTH AND EAST RIGHT-OF-WA Y LINES OF POLL Y AVENUE AND mE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID SDum RIGHT-OF-WA Y LINE SOUTH 89"lS'58" EAST A DISTANCE OF 32.00 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE soum 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 593.49 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 78".38'58" EAST A DISTANCE OF 30..35 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89'56'53" EAST A DISTANCE OF 15.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00'0.3'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 5.47 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHERL Y LINE OF A PARCEL OF LAND AS OESCRIBE:D BY A QUIT CLAIM DEE:D IN OR. 1091, PAGE 1107, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE NORTH 8918'11" WEST ALONG SAID NORTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE OF 76.76 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLL Y A VENUE; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG SAID EAST RIG.~T-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 604.36 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARca HEREIN DESCRiBED; CONTAINING 0.45 ACRES OF LANO, MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS ANO RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. ....!.I\, =:::fiG.NOLl .....1::> ::::;UARBER &: ......& ...... ...... UNDAGE._ PrIl_'lonalc~en,J1l1UUll!l'lI,&.landBlIrVIIlyonl hz:(tlIY)5Q_Z2Illl Colli... CoIIa1;l'o "11", 1lIII, 7... tUlluIll1l'llll, 1IcftJl: _..-. I'J, :Nil. t_lIIll7-~lU ~~ ':~ll=:" '":: ~~1lI~-:-~ '" au~..., ===:~~~ LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 110 FEE CLIENT: COLLIER COUNTY '.TRANSP~,TATI 2 OF 2 THIS LEGAL DESCRIPll0N AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: ~E,'.< .~~NOll';"~,~.:M~""I~' 5335 ". NT S DAlE:. D!t'c '::''?1 ?DOS 8Y:~ PF~OJE:CT.~Nq;;05 0081 CAD NO: 96'29' S06 HLE" NO: '1- 9679 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DURATION :? YEARS. EXHIBIT..L pageJL of..J.1. Agenda item ~,Io. 10F October 23. 2007 Page 52 of 110 SECTiON 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA PAR GEL NO. 110 Ten AND TC!::2 PROPERTY OWNER: RDBBIE L. RAYFllJRN REFERENCE: O.R. 19,5 PG. 1720 FOUO NO.: OM1B720D08 AREA OF TAKE: 7263 SQ, FT. T01Al AREA OF REMAINDER: 4 20 AeRts :r. Sctlll-lWICo;NOR1}fCASTOUAR~R S!ClJ~17,7iIf'.1JCS;.RGE.Zr. ---Ii 1!Loji ~~ , ~~ LJ ~ *<1 ~r ~~ e~ "'~ -s . =@ !~ ~~ N ~~ i!: o P.O.C. IlFSTOUJ,RJERCORNrR SE'CTlC>>lIll. T;50S,R26E 'OO1H.UNF:Oi"NORTI1l1ESTQi)ARIDr~ sa;nOHI~. T'olP.50s.. FfOC 26t:.~ . -S6S18'5?f263G]!""-' '7' (5 OOJ~~~ t: ~W~~, ~~~T.:S;~~1~ ~ ~"1I9'8'58. C ~~~ Lti fiS..-.o:(j.B. siiG18'5i'E-i6.t'7~--- ",I ~I~. 5 ()(l7~~ror ",\5 ~I ...1 J +96,00 ---J-Lla '-.... ",=~L~~~-!:..!!:':_9.2:9.L..J - -'"i~'""i;".--- 1 -"1 . /~RCEL 110 TCE.2 I I!" '1".... PROPO!iEfJt.c.r; I~)'f' r~.lsr SQ. n. :J:) ---l-+~'!...og,---(f!~ J:~~)'RC[L 110 DE I -"25'1 It!: 1;1 '------PROPClS[tI D.C. , :;0' ~ c I ~ c..: II ",~"'lIdn,lc ?:~ II 1':l~~":;~tJ~ 153::;:~ III ~:li;;l;ia~a ~~ I lill::g~2&8 ts l:::e-ua:1 II ~ "''''''''''''''''l!: ~ '1:5!)!.". ~\l '" ~~g..".. ~ ,~~21 ~d~ I::wi;' ~~~Iti?,::;:~~ iil ig u~. :"ll~ ~~t ~ _, i201~lll" -.~ ~'"'l'i"o; -J "4l P I~ r.-l~~ III 8\1;'; u"'~ '<.1 1u "1'0 ~." ~ ~; ~~ i~ ~J ; ~ ~I I ~~ IV " : "'.1 :. ~ ~ !::' ~ ;5:';' ..L d& · I- -< ~ :<.-:~I ~g: I ~ it ~ ~ 8- I a. I . }.. ~I "I -+-lJ.OO I ~: ~ ~ t~--I-e5r::Z5"":1---- :--:s g I~' .' ~Vi~ ';:: "'I ::::t'l'""Lr'i L..;J::) ~l:L2~ 1 ~; u'l":i;::: s!'", I Q-~c; I '<(~ :::>::.....-. :-L;J I '<(0(5; , ::b' [.0_::; I 0<:1 ::!CDfja l:L\; 1 Oi-e:,"- I' 0 ~:S'-- "') ol:L a. ~~ r 1 ~ t; 8~' f;jw -J""" 'Vi I -", ;;: ~ L:j<4,~: Q ~~ I ~~ Q: ,,:~ ~r,;' I \ ~; I 'g ';;1 a! I 'v;f, 15.,,: ~~11 ~~ I \\)~ I L. g I I b g I to'"). ~V[RETT STREIT " r ~TPARC[L10'JFEE~'.L.- -'-.- - --- R.O.W. = RIGHT-OF-WAY I --'--PROPDSEDR.D.l'I. T.C.E. = TEMPORARY COt,STRUCTION EASEMENT P.O.C. ~ POINT OF COMMENCMENT _________ P.O.B. = POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKE'2H ;;J-tEn _J..'OF 2 THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARE~_ BY: \ DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 110 TCE1 AND ~_/,/ CLIENT; COLLIER COUNTY TRANSPORTAlj -'OIVlSION POLLY A~. .(~'.~o.,~. 8 ~ ~ f.IITsnN~ SDtm/ IW.W. lJI'/( SCALE: 1" 80' ; Ii ~ , ~ :-r--..R ehe t:5::0 ClOCl.. ~()~N -'" '" -<(L.j-'~ 13:301 1-020:; 5l...> 0 ocCk:o hO"> ~ ~ 1u 8 ~ <0 ~~ '" ~ '\' ,,0 ~ fr::t'\IC "'~ 8 ~- ~ -<1.:(,;~ ",Q. ..jlri8 'u.J~~ ~-.Q E~~ 1u <0 111~ ~~ '" 00 h'" Ujh ~lCl' ~- "''' 0>0 "''' '-' ~ "> {>';) '0 "- , h < I.w~ ~~ 0>0 "''' ~ L '-~ OhO '",,- ct.::;:'- 2>8f..:l ~ Q '<ili . G38 hO- s" o2~ ) ....~ .... .... GNOLI .....13 ..... ..... :ARBER & ......13 ...... ...... RUNDAGE,IIIe. Protnllklnal 81l8In....... plIlnnel':l, &; l=(! $~ycn r.:.. In"lll<ll-a2lI' c.~r c."..."" lid'" aGO. 7""" "'_ 'I'>-aII. Ko..... Ii.",.., no ...<>8 (2lI11H7-'lll .... c.~ UItQ c.o-u~ ......., .U!'" 111I) Ilol>ila _.Iap, n. SWIll {1I31)1f'l'-IIIU CwtUl.... Dr hU.or:l..~ iii... UI _ ..., U UlI' r..,,, (ZlI~....._ZU' 2 28/07 4/10/07 / BY' , ./ r" ?-WA Y - "' AGNOLl, R.S.M, NO. 5335 1 ,. - ao: DATE: !)F'C, 21 I)n06 DR N BY:---.18H PROJECT NO.:fi5-00R1 ? AD NO: 96?9-508 FILE NO: 96"9 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DURATION :? YEARS. EXHIBIT -A.. peg..JJL of....:LL Agenda Item No, 10F Odober 23, 2007 Page 53 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLlIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 110 TCEI A PARCEL OF lANO lYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST, COLlIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING A T THE WEST QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 15; THENCE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 30,00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE WESTERLY PROLONGA TlDN OF THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POllY AVCNUE; THENCE NORTH B9'18'58" EAST ALONG SAID WESTERLY PROLONGATION A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN iNTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY A VENUE; THENCE SOUTH 89'18'58" EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 32.00 FEET; THENCE LEAV1NG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 71.49 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 00'OY07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 245,00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 01'59'36" EAST A OISTANCE OF 245,16 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89'56'53" WEST A DISTANCE OF 8,75 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED; CONTAINING 1,072 SQUARE F"ETT OF LAND, MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRiCTIONS OF RECORD, ANO LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 110 TCE2 A PARCEL OF lAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16. TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST. COLLIER COUN n, FLORIDA, BClNG MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING A T THE WEST QUAP: fER COeNE:R OF SAID SECT.'ON 16: TrlENCE SOUTH 00'03'07" EA.$T ALONG TI-iE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SArD SECTiON 16 A DISTANCE OF" 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE 'NESTER!.. Y PROLONGA nON OF THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY AVENUE; THENCE NORTH 89';8'58" EAST ALONG SAID 'rI!f:STERLyoROLONGATlON A DISTANCE 0):" 30,00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION \'v1TH ;HE SOUTH RIGHT-or-WAY Lf;'.JE OF PO:..LY AVENUE; THENCE SOUTH 89'18'58" EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DiSTANCE OF 32.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARC[L HEREIN BEING DESCF?!BE:D: THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 89"18'58" EAST A DISTANCE OF 164.76 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTH RiGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF -30.37 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 89'56'53" WEST A DISTANCE OF 95.00 rEET; THENCE SOUTH 52'32'.34" WEST A DISTANCE OF 64.20 FcET: THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST A DISTANCE OF 38.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89'56'53" WEST A DISTANCE OF 18,75 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" VEST A DISTANCE OF 33,49 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION vVlm SAID SOUTH RiGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE PO,lNT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED; CONTAINING 6,191 SQUARE FEET OF LAND, MORE OR lESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. ....~ =::=RGNoU .....13 ..... ..... AnDER & ......13 ...... ...... RUNDAGE,IIIc. l'..a1""_1 engine"..., P\oIUU\Ct'II, .!< land. 8Urveyon ,.... (28~)lI"-llZ<l8 eaua.. Co"'"r- Ilu!l& 100, ~~a TNIlINIlI 'f'JaI1. H...u., N.p.l", "' ~DI (18~ltl'r-IHI .... C<I=tr. ~...o ~u~ II..... _ 103; le.I>I<o. ~......., ... ~~IU (=Ql~;?-1111 ::_1I..~.r.uu...u.tI...ll....U1l1l111l....lJ!3UI '&::l'.(28QloIQ8-27a LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH SW DESCRIPTION, PARCEL 110 TeE1 AND TCE2 / CLIENT: COLLIER COUNTY TRANSPORTATIOj!IDlVISION THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPA~~D BY: 5335 DATE: OF:C. 21 20D6 PROJECT NO,: 05-D081 F!LE, NO: 9629 EXHIBIT Pa 1'1 A Agenda Item No.1 OF October 23. 2007 Page 54 of 110 1"eRPETUAl, iIION-EXCLUSIVE OfWNAGe EASEMENT of7S. SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, rLORIOA R.O.W. RIGHT -Oc -WA Y D.E. DRAINAGE EASEMENT P.O.C. POINT OF COMMENCMENT P.O.B. = POINT OF BEGINNING THIS LEGAL DEsCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED PARCEL NO. 110 DE PROPERTY OWNER: ROBBIE l. RA'tBURN REFERENCE: O.R 1925 "G. 1720 FOUO NO.: 004187?0006 AREA or TAKE: 712 so F'T. AREA OF REMAINDER: 4.35 ACRES :r ~WOH~. ~al~~~5;~~\ -'- - T:-- PI";S26-1-60.33 iJ.l...l ~. , ~~ LJ ~ S~ ~T ;.:so::> .e... ~I/l ~ .~ ::~ !; ~~ ~ ~~ ~ g + ~ SCALE: 1" 80. o o ; ~ ... ~ ~~ ~V1 515 t;... i:)" ,,- "" 00 "''' ~ ~ ;::- ... ~ ~ ~ - >- <co<c ""'>- dOl'~'" )......::.8 ~Uio~ :<::CI(,,)'" aCLO~ (..) ...... ~ ~c" ~l.:l::Ja '<(8G~ 8 ~ro~~ ~ Oi-a'" ;.:; C!l:5'- So...Q, ~ ~ " o '" o ~ ~ " P.O.c. ; ~ ~ ~ ~ !',f'$rQ/.JART[HCCMNOl src:noo ,~, T 50 $, R 25 r SVUlJ-lUllCOF "CWIHIIO"TOlJAA1'E:R""'\. SD;nrJNl6',:rw:>.~s.,ftCE.26r.,~ . -sm,,'5?tuJIiQi' - T /sOO'UJ'O] C HtR1HI.JIECFSQU1I<'lIESTfJlJN/TEII.J Ian Ja.ao S&:71ONl6,Tllf>.50S.,IfG(.2l>E. NB%~:~E L!-r-~------------~---- I '1'.: PARCEL 110 TCE2 : I... PROPOSEDT.C-f'. I _J_+~-Pg.,___ I ~B., .,._------------' 8~~ .U I / I I ~ l~ l:i // -~-...~!gJO--~ if'147\r/;~ca 110 DE ~'~I "~AA~OOWDL J I (7I2SQ.n,4:) JO'I I : ~_ II ...."1 II @S~I I: 00. II ~ !~ ~ ~~ I: " 1-'~tO' I - ~ O:j~ II (j ~ ::8- II....tJ I::::... II 0,.: ~ oedl L.J 11 ~~ ii ~ t:.. II 4.l~ -( I cC> II ~lf ~ ~~I -"'Iii ~J ~~ I ~ :V '" 1tI"'1 "'-. II ~k ~ ~ ~ ~ '" ~ , ~ U);I r ... '" <<'" ~~ ~U)~ 515 ~ "'... !Ii",- ,,- 5i5 "'''' i;l ~ PDLLY A\IE'. (6!!,~O.'!'2. 11 EXlS1lHGSOll1HR_O_ll'.l1HE ...,11........,"" I. .. . . . ""........"".... l">"'",<:>,c" ::'a ~ iHH'1 ~gl:lgg~ i "'''''''''''''''' ';08.. c. !'J <:> ....,,"'.... :, ~~!i!::5l~ ~ )...r--,~ ,,~o ~~:::0 00 Q "" - :> Q'" ;qf5-=~ ~,,~ ~52r.t: -" 0 5oct:o ~o'" ~ " >M""~ll:~!;: :.I'"'::::J~_..... , ~ ~ ~ ~ "" ". ~~I ~" >-"1 I ~~ Q" ffi' I ) ~ I ~~( I 8~1 " ~~ ~~ '0. B~ ~~ ~ ~~ l'; I 2:'" ~~I ~~ :::~I ~. \' :J(S ~ ~M r) I I ,,0. ~~c ~~8 ~-~ '<( <..~ OJ ~Q~ ..J~C1 UJO\~ iQ-~ ltlQ;'_ f2o~ L ~.~ ,,-0 ~~;:: 00 ~0i[ :5~...: ll...JOl ~'" ~"'- 3" OoQ:: ) ....0 ~r E~E.!!, ~EE!. _ . _ ~ --. " I -=-~RCEL lo9""""Frr- PliaPDSE:DR.O,II', BY: LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND DESCRIPTION; PARCEL liD DE CLIENT: COLLIER COUNTY TRANSP SKETCi~ Si71EET OF 2 '1. ;, , ION'DJY,\SfOI'J ...!!1\. ':::~NOU .....13 ::::: >\RBER & ......13. ...... ...... UNDAGE,,,,,,- Prot....IODOI "'118m........ I'lII.IllIel1l. do: U,D01 elll"Vf!Yo'" Por. (2:SII,on-2lIll~ """~ co....'" e...... zoo. ,~o ............."...... II..n1>, N~ PI. NI"" (""-)N?-3UI IMC6""'-1'n;.cco-..utliooU.._I03:0."''''SJona.p.PI.NI36 (29D)&lI?....111 c"""""'..o>f.UUOO_<l..N...UO_4.....U3"~ rQ;(UlI)oo".-"'::C 2/28/07 4/10 07 ..1..-.." 8 /~ . / D. AGNOLl. ":SJ.~. ;" NO>5.:3.:35 SCA 1~80' DATE/' O;C ;1-;-:'20Of3' DR} \l ~~, PROJEc:TNO.:~ f<CAy..A'JO: 9629 SD9 FILE NO' 9679 t PellI E1lJAl. NON-EXCLUSIV~ DMlNAGE EASEMENT EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No. 10F October 23, 2007 Page_dO of.2.2:.. Page 55 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST cOLLlm COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARca 710 DE A DRAINAGE EASEMENT OVER, UNDER AND ACROSS ALL THAT PART OF A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTlCULARL Y DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING A T THE WEST QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; THENCf: SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THf: SOUTHWEST QUARTf:R OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE WESTERLY PRQLONGA nON OF THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY AVENUE.; THENCE NORTH 89"18'58" EAST ALONG SAID WESTERLY PROLONGA TION A DISTANCE OF 30.00 Ff:ET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY A VENUE: THf:NCE SOUTH 89'18'58" f:AST ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 32.00 FEET: THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 33.49 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARca HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED: THENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 38.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH B9'56'5J~ EAST A DlSTANC[ OF 18.75 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST A DISTANCE OF 38.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89"56'53" WEST A DISTANCE OF 18.75 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED; CONTAINING 712 SQUARE FEET OF LAND. MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RE"STRICTIONS OF RECORD. TH!S LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREP ARlO BY: LEGAL DESCRIPTIOl'icl'NJ;i;$KEfC DESCRIPTION: PARCEL lWO",Pi"'~!t "~.' CLIENT: COLLIER COUNTY .J~5~N~~ . IOt;l,D1VI:?!ON%: c -n 2 OF 2 RUNDAGE,lIfC. ~"c:.,,:,; ~"::.~~l=,: '::':~":'=PL ~I-': :==:::~~ Lo,oo CewlI,r: ..~ ~..\II- ""0.1, _ 10:1; IIoaII& lip........ n :WI>> {.:t.H)GI7-IUl Corillt.oo'" al" .ut.II.~.....u... H-. ~ oeM """ Ell nM r..; (....)de-.n~s ,.~ T'D. "(,;NOI-l, RS.M.'.: NO. 5335 ". -;... '.\ " ',~"r;S;~.:'[)Aii.: 'DEC?,?n06 AWN By;~",",RROJe:CT NO:: 05 0081 /' ACAD NO: 96?9~sn9.,. FILE NO: 96'9 LU-O OO~ ~O~ ,N_ O 0 Z~c.o CD EQ5w 2..0 CJ) -0(1) ctlt)n. -gO OJ OJ <( TEMPORARY DRIVEWAY RESTORATION EASEMENT ,_ . (OU/lA'f!O!'l: 3 ~: EXHIBIT A Page.2L of! '> _ SECTION 17. TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUN TY, FLORIDA PARCEL NO. 111 IDRE" PROpmTY OWNER: ROYAL WOOD GDLF AND COUNTRY CI UFI UNIT TWO TFlACT P (POLLY AVENU!:') REFERENCE: p B. '5 PGs. 19 20 FOLIO NO.: 71717515008 AREA OF TAKE: 1,262 SQ. FT. ~ ~ '" ii ~ ;:s 15 ~ ~ e <<i ::> d 0:::_ >- ~E:iE ~~ llj~>-'~"i:-'", :z::::i C'J~W'<l::8 UJC . -J-.lr<; ~UttJ~J..5Q.~ &CA:;:Cl..QlXl>-"" --J::t:I:' .J."'l:IJ:l~ ~"'tF=~:x:n::A;:;: l.1.IL..,1- (:>'<l::t:';! C:l5~:'::8~1g0~ '<1;(.5 ""1;-0 ~~ lXlQ. fIlGJ;S I.l.i 1-1-~8.4. ::Su", o..~U5 '" ~ ~~ ~'" ::> :::;: ~~ L5r-: j!;- M "''' ~ ~ ~ o '" SCALE; J" = 100' '" ~ ~ " ~ ~- ~. , ". ~~ ~" P.O.B. -'\r- - ~~~},~~~~s;~'~~\ 5 '~i'o-;: E'-25.f9.JS:-' -. -7 '-, NOR1/fUIIE OF SOUTNEAST<<VAR1):R sa:nOOI7.'/)If>.~s..RG(.2te. '" '" ~~ ~lIi' 50 ~'" "'~ ~~ is is "''' ~ j:"~7 !~ " ~~~\> e~~ - :::~t ~~~ (j~l\l . 0:.:"'.... ~ o::"~ d 't' >- ~o I go ~ :;: QrC:l-... ~'I is ":i"~ ~ 1'\ (.) iJ)..;;:",,_ ClEii'~((~ 'Z ::;:::: :::J>-" _ "{ lrl'''-lCO- ;... 4.;;_~)...1', i ~ 0 t5=:;;:SQz~i~~ ~ o"':5~1 ~ Cl C00U '51 is ~2? "- ~ it'""' ! ~ o ~ I i<oloJloJ$ ~21~~ ~'_ocB ..~g:c; "'<>"-0 ~ ..", on.-,","" "~,,_ 0'<0 ~". "," :::i"""'"'' 'sS ~ ~ ~ o o + ~ o ~~I ~. a~1 ~" .. ~~ ~ ~~ I ~~ N ~~ I ~"' '" ..J ~ ~~ ICI ~~~i~! I ~~ ~s~j ~t~ I ~~~ ~~~ ~ ~~~~ I *~i ~~ ~~ ~!I g~~ ~~ . ~~I Q~~ ~g~~ ~I !oJ I ~~ ~ ~B~ ~'" 8 '" I r-.1:1 (l;'<(t,;: 151( , ~; ::~ ~~~ ~~ ~~ I [j~ ~~~.' ~g I!! ! lift: ~ _ .. ,~~ ~ ~!.<"!o ~~ ,<J as a.. ;5'< Q;.... "'~:;;e I ~ b I Cl.. i:illj 7 r \: SOlIm UN: OF NDHmlltSr OlMR1I:"R} POLL Y SW1lCN lB, 111I'. 60 S., RClE:. 2B E. " A VENUE :ffi;;;;;",~',;;':ri'&(:r;;; ~~~T- ~rcnON lB. 111I'. SO S.. RGJ:., 26 [. ..., ~~ I r T-PARCE:Lt10-T~: I ,8 JO' , PF/(!POS(D tc,r. ~i-~h. ~ L ...---___-1 t:j::'>::.;" ,fiJC:,,>: i I /' i::J1S 0- ~ I"'~~I I I / :::,'-'&;o.; if! c:.u~. 1/ 3E5 _lq IOC.ca' 1~Ct:~ rr ~RCEL 110 D€ '-'::J~u:: ~ itj~2? I: PROf'05W DE t:S'" D ~ ';:~::I II B2:;~ III 102'3' II :;;! , ~ "';J II ~I ~ J,e r '" 'II 8 - d.w '-'.J .....tJ c.. "" I::;~~. ~i<: II 2'" ~::, '?l:~~1 Q<:i _~ ~8 I~"<:~;::"'!I-J~ < " 1"''''01 "II ~, ~ ~ :~g, ~I ~~I'l3I~2: g ku. ~t I i;., '" ~",., I "'I Q I ~ <;:~j:; ~ ~ti Ig<.;~; l I~~I;::~" ~o I ai':~! is''' '"-<c;., '~I~":gl Is". '~:il>::; S~I~~ I ,-""t'; 3~:~' , !~~ 1'~ ,) o o + o o ~ loo.OIl" 100,00' --~--;Dt-- ~ '" :SR:':S Sh.8 m.... ~; ~ , '<((J:::2 It:Q ,. _jori :5 LL' ~~ 9. G:i-~ ~ct :] lioS: ~ ",,,, I;!", ~vi '" 00 ~'" "'~ w ~",- i5- ''', 00 "''' ~ R.O.W. = RIGHT-OF-WAY T.O.R.E. = TEMPORARY DRIVEWAY RESTORATION EASEMENT)' c p.O.C. = POINT OF COL:M'-NCMENT , '~ r.O.B. = POINT OF 5EGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION A~6 SI(ET~;:;$f;eEl.-J..-,~'2 THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PRi:PAREO BY; DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 1:lf~O~E':,'; ". :::~. CLIENT: COLLlF:R COUNT~ TRAt.JSP,QRTA11. "; DIVISION' ::::. t. I: '" ,. ,,'f.-:-,~':r j'~.'f ::::: &: E':'-; :~,~ !. '" '-. mm RUNDAGE.= 4/11/07 ,~'Y;'7"- AQ,NrJU, R,S;,~:):, NO, 5335 Prc:....SICnaJ COl:lA(\en, platlOen. &1e,od. $une)'Qn :r"":(......IU.."'lO. '-'~c. ~iliL DATE:'1"FEB.; ?8 .?OO? l:.1U., o.,IUotr. Su1... 200. ~.ooo ~ 'l'n1!, ".r"" M.p.... n :J.j;lQ~ (ilafj&ll?_8Ul ~'''Y' "N' P'OJEC' NO 00_00080< ""'C.",,~gV80CoooI>W;Ilo...:..SUU.l'8'Dob1t.oSp.u..ro.n.:J.j;'06 (l:nl~n""'lU '..:..:~ 'r\ '.. .'.1': .:~ c.'""'l......'..Ull>.Otl.r.aItaELI<-.Ulll6&.O_IlI06I{ 7"'l~n){"~a'1ZG 'J' AD NO:962~:""Sn30 FILE.NO: 96?9 TEMPORARY DRIVEWAY RESTORATION'EASEMENT (OUItAl1O!t. 3 YeARS, ' .. "',,'" r EXHIBIT A Agenda Item No, 10F Page'lL of 7 S.,.. October 23, 2007 - - Page57of110 SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRiPTiON OF PARCEL 111 TORE A PARCEL OF LAND LYiNG IN THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST. COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING A T THE EAST QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 17; THENCE NORTH 89'11'03" WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SAiD SECTION 17 A DISTANCE OF 100.01 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WiTH THE: WESTERLY LINE: OF ROYAL WOOD GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, UNIT TWO, TRACT P, AS RECORDED iN PLAT BOOK 15, PAGES 19 AND 2Q, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA AND THE PQiNT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREiN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING NORTH B9'11'03~ WEST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE: A DISTANCE OF 25,25 FEET; THENCE LEAWNG SAID NORTH LINE SOUTH 00'03'07" EAST A DISTANCE OF 47.18 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 76'41'06" EAST A DISTANCE OF 25,95 FEET TO AN iNTERSECTION fOATH THE WESTERLY LINE OF SAiD TRACT P; THENCE NORTH 00'03'07" WEST ALONG SAID WESTERLY LINE A DISTANCE or 52.80 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WI TH SAID NORTH liNE AND THE POINT OF BEGiNNING OF THE PARCEL HEREiN DESCRIBED; CONTAINING 1,262 SQUARE FEET OF LAND, MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, " ....~ .... .... NOLI ..... I:::: (3:ER " ...... ...... ...... RUNDAGE._ ProtUIJ1<>PIU e~en, pl&:Ul.eru, & Ja.Ild '\ll"V>:.ycru r.." IUa)5U_= Co>llI... c.~ 11IoI1.0 =olI, ,......'l'_...oll,~..u.: 1<&_. n IH.UllIlua}5&7-.31U 1.00 CowI.tr. IIII 0-.......... lhIlloo 1081 _... 9prizlp, n &l1lll1 (Il:III)U7_UIl ~...r___m_"""IIlIUM 'q;(~3IitW~1Za LEGAL DESCRIPTION bN~;,r;E1~:I: S9~ DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 111 /TD~jl ~ .:?ifF'~Ar'.,: ,;y:~~;;' :~ .' CUENT: COLLIER COUNTi:'l:R~~~P~,f\T,'~'Tl YJSIQN IW THIS LEGAL DESCRJPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED 8Y: 4/11/07 if '1"'- ~. .' ,~'G Lt, R.S.M~' ,. ~O~;.~B35 . ....',r,. '- ....", ,.,'.""'. N: ';""U-ATE:'" ~EB,!,-:12'R 2007 o BY;~ PROJECLit'tO'~:~ ~ 0 NO: 96?9 SD30 FJLE:'ND::.if' 9629 ,~r,' . ')~ FEE SIMPLE INTEREST EXHIBIT A P,genda Item No. 10F . October 23. 2007 Page 2.L of "7 i:.. P"ge 58 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA PARCEL NO. 112 fEE PROPERTY OWNER: JOSEPH D1FRANCES:::O REfTRfNCE; O.lt 3864 PG. 123 FOLIO NO.: 00418680009 AREA OF TAKE: 0.16 AC. AREA OF REMAINDER: 3.81 ACRES :t ~ N 0 seAL!:"; 1" BO' ;::- '" i'i '" ~ ~~ ~(.Ij C5 i'lo l'5 ..'" << ;; "'.. i ~" j!;- ISiS ~ "''' h ~ <J << i>; o o~c.j2: ~~oi 00 '<l;:-~p::'g k..;;::Vi ...:'" 5:;)~0~~ <:.::> .Q..Q>- ~ O~icl~Q:J ;::: 0->_,-,)- ~o ..... 0 ;....~Q::: ;2: -ie:;c,-e:2 ~<Q:lur:..:>c 0::::'1-"<1; ..... 0:0'<(0:;: uCC.... -----~lw~~~~~;~~----~-- A TI<1NS A Yr. OR. 252. PG. 703 - -- -- + - - - --- - - - --- 30' ROAD R. O. W, PF:R ot.a> O.R. 252, PG. 703 g4.lI"~ ~ ""I "0,"1) ~ I t ~t ~ ~ . ~~ gl- g i i ~~ ~~ O? I ' ~~ .., '< (f !li'1.O& ::::'~"t + ~d~Co~g lJJ)... .;::-.J~ ~. ~f!:~2:~~ Vi! a~Cl..;:;!iQJ~ ~. ~o~.~~~ 8~! Cl~~~{3~ '~I' ~'<:E;'!cQ;:: 5:"" cjLl.;-li:5~::l a5:": <5<1.>.. '- 1;; ""t ~I t.:I;:;lO 0::'" o-J. '" ,<"'; O:t '" Cl:I~1 ~;e "~. ~ '" QJ .~ ~ ..... g~ '" ~ I~ ~~ ~! 'i-O Q 2: ."" ~~..;;- ~Q;: ti i1i ~~ -~~ :_1. ~ ~~ G:l~~ .: ~lfe ~! 100,00' o o + ~ l00.00'R.O.w sao1lo/r.J/oIrQfNQRIHCASr~ARTtR SECIlONJ7'Tl'II"5vs..i/(;[;'Ur,\ PARCEL 111 IDR[ Pi/OP(}~CT./}.R,E-\ - ~ - - i' I Pi ., 32&+60,33 NOIlIJ./1JNfOF SOU1llt:A5TrJiJARTtR Sl:CT101>i17,TIlP.5as..RGE.26E. 1 I I I 1 I ''" u. hti I ~~ -~ I cj& . 'li>'~ 'CQ '"'0;: q I Q ... ..U!..J: ~ " ~ ~ ~ " ~~ I 8; . 1;:; ,r+' ~~ ;ii"" .. '.' .~ ~,I " ~_. ~vi ~~' I ~~ :::." :::'<- t;;"'" ~~ ,~I "" ,,: ~~ 'i ~li: '/ I I 1 EXlST1NCsoumR.O.w.1.JH€ '" '" u~8 ",,,, !~ ,"", ~-o '" ~0~ <<~. " ~;:o '.Cl - ~>: ~ -8 ,,~ ~... ~ ~ co '-~C +. ~~. j!;~ <5ci~ ~S5 Clo~ l5~ "''' <J i:j /D<lS/WI;NORTHR.O,W.UNf ... . ~ a~ e:;R Q ,~ ;iCl a", "'''' '" a "<< :Eo D ~ ! ~ o Q~ Qt3<o CSUN Q"'tr..:> Q~Q t2~o' I:;~~ ~t5t!:: meo ki~ D ~ 1I~10'J:;-[ SOUlllUN[OFNllR1H~TQUARTrR I)() SW1fON16.fIIP,50S.,RGl";.20f,\ P.o.c~' -. 511~~~~~~.;~~s~ IM:SrOUARlERCORNDl sr:CT1ONI6.TliP.505.. ISl:Cm>>I'6.rsos,R26E ~ D "' R.O.W. RIGHT-OF-WAY P.O.C. ~ POINT OF COMMENCMENT P.OS. = POINT OF BEGINNING THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: . RUNDA.GE.-. Prgt_SJ<lnBJ "agmee..... panr,en. & Ul.nd sunoeyo.... ,..., (2:IIIjr;sd-"'lc:l ~oDJ.. Cow><r. ........ .OC, 7_ 1'.-...u 'lhU. "">UI, ,....... PI. UlGa (lllI~J6ln'.alU ""0 ~....tr. 10.0 "-at _.. .eult. l~ ......u. """"*,,. PI. U,. f,,"}a.7-aUl l>o>tU"'.... of ~...... ".... IJl -. ...... UN.. """" (UG....._E7H !',1LLY AvE :" R.O,W.) , .~7 T~ <'&f:. LEGAL DESCRIPTW DESCRIPTION: PARCEL CLIENT: COLLIER coui , ",.,-..,c,' sH~niF 2 ,c.,ND Sf<ETCH FEE TRANSPORH,J1ell' DI\tISION:: / ,- // - . 8' // ,.1- "E' D. AGNOLJ",~,.::?:M," . ~O. .5335 L.E"--1~ Dt.JE:'-DE"C:'7.1 7006 fj-AWN BY:----.JAbI,'PROJECT NO.:~ ,ACAD NO: 95'9 SDlO FILE NO: 96'9 FEE SIMPlE INTEREST EXHIBIT II Agenda Item No. 10F P ~ Lr f 7'> October 23.2007 age-=-- 0 _ Page 59 of 110 SECTION 16. TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 112 FEE A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16. TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH. RANGE 26 EAST. COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA. BEING MORE PARTICULARL Y OESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCING A T THE WEST OUAR TER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16; THENCE NOR7H 00'70'75" EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF 7HE NORTHWEST OUARTER OF SAID SECTION 76 A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE NDR7H RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY AVENUE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID WEST LINE NORTH 00iO'15" EAST A DISTANCE OF 604.50 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF ATKINS AVENUE; THENCE SOU7H 89"20'27" EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 55.00 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID SOUTH RIGHT-or-WAY LINE SOUTH 00'10'15" WEST A DISTANCE OF 604.53 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WT7H SAID NOR7H RIGHT-OF-WA Y LINE; THENCE NOR7H 8918'58" WEST ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 55.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED; CONTAINING 0.76 ACRES OF LAND. MORE OR LESS; SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRiCTIONS OF RECORD. e:::~NOU ..... ..... -. ..... l4BBER &; ......U =:::::IDRUNDAGE.lIfC. ProfuaktMJ tqlD.een. pJa.DD.erw. &: laD(\ IIU1'Vl!)'Onl 'U:: (DlllIlII-z2GlI OIIJ;t.,c....._ZlIII.?__Tr&lLHorilI;H."'...n.UIUII~-&l1l "- CaDBtr. $_ -.0.' 110>&4....... JQlI, _ ~ P.l. WiV> l_J0Jl7-:11U C~ ~ AlWI.."..U... If_ LIIM1f....a puu r.s: (ZI~~llIo4?21 " ~.." LEGAL DESCRIPTION ANO SKEJ:Cb' SHE~z::e( 2 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 112 FEE.' ~. ',' ~.Y""; CUENT: COLLIER COUNT( TRANSPo'~TA!~r,;y'UIVISION , I B/ /7 ,Y, /- .' .- .- 2/28/07 ~> Ylfr'1>.AGNO""RS.M. .NO. 5335 4/11/07 . ALe:::: N TS'. "DAlE: DEC. 21 ?006 ~AWN 8Y:~' PROJECT NO.:05-00A1 / )/ACAD NO: 9679 smo FILE NO: 96'9 v THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: ., TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DURATION 3 YEARS. A Agenda Item 1'-10. lOF October 23.2007 Page 60 of 110 EXHIBIT Page 2~ of '75 -- SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIeR COUNTY, FLORIDA PARCEL NO. 112 lC~1 AND TC"'2 PROPERTY OWNER: JOSEPH OIFRANCESCO REFeReNCE: O.R. :38.64 PG , Z:5 FOLIO NQ.: 004-1 B6B0009 AREA OF TAKE: '54 so. FT. TOTAL AREA OF REMAINDER: 4.56 ACRES ,j:, OJ ~ ~~5JS~~~~ a,.) 4i ts2 2~~ Q~ ~:t: so 0... -~g ~ ~ 100.00' Il.O.)II, \is~ ~ &'", ~~ \ ~~[" ~~ N"j .,."' " _ '" I (\~ '" :; 0 "-' '1 ~l _ rrr.S7TNGNO/UHR.O\\;I.I/fE '" ~ SOUTIi UNf (if I,(lfl7HEASr OI)),R7I:IT\ ~---'-I."'" ~~;C~ 7;1 ~~gRfGiJ'" f~~f.- P QB w_ ~;lO POLLY AVE PROPO~[O ID.R(,,\ 1,--,""11 OJ~CI5' f: 5OU}/f u/,/[ W J,C'~7H~ESr QlJARTUI" (80' ROW)' - ~- -'r- ~-~ ~. -2D02..... _S€.:.::OIl~~~O..:..R::..26'!:. ~ .. I.~'" ' 1 \ I p, '" 32&+e;o-,~ 1'< - I ,:; 1191858" <: 26J608 - .,,;;:1:"'.... \Q '''''lvUr-- NOII7H ur.<; OF SOU11'E:ASr OlJAP.TtR I v-........ I P.O.C NQIHH UHf: or SOUTHWEST OIJAIln-rPY_ ,1. I'~ '~1:"I' '~~q , SI;~ON J7 nw w s. RGt'" 2~ f 1 II'rEST QW.!/rU! COlWEll SECTION'6 l'JW 50 S, RGE zt; ~ . ~'JJI'~ .I _ " Is"cmw IS T~a 5 R 25 ~ :j-" l 'i,.::~ R.O.W. - RIGHT-OF-W~,Y ",V.' :..;.. ..",..-~ P.O.C. POINT OF COMME~~CMt.:NT ,,":,;:,'\'Ji ;G;f~~. "~1L,~ P.O.B. POINT OF BEGINNING lEGAL DESCRIPTiON A!,D;:S~EJC~;E~;r"I.ti0F 2 THIS LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND SKETCH PREPARED BY: DESCRIPTION: ?ARCEL 11::__?':~1. ~ND.):!;f~f6:;-\~,'1:~1'? ,,';:<;]'1& ....!I\ CLIENT: COLLIER COUlnA' :RAI.~~ft~r19N,;:,pJ~lSIOt{!,~;,;~ .~ ::::H.GNOLl E5:55i3ARBER & g~, J /;.;.~, - .~ '.c .:::.'~':>" f~:.,$ ,::::::i3RUNDAGE.nro, 2/28 07 '~'"\'NED't:,,:A.~N.Q~I~ R:S~~1,;:~'N..O':"5335 Protenlonlll el;lglDeeni. p".nlUlni, <k ,,",<W 8\lrVeY<Jt!I fa: (211lll~~.~= 4/11 /07 ;':'~AL.E: "I" Bhj:'~'Q~ITE::'~';'n~'t.,'21' ?O~ ~:U~=~~I~c':.."::; ~4, T~~:~,,",~~~~~~~,:CI/j (:::~:;:~~i ,.JRAWN BY:~, "P:RR~'-~C.T"'NO,; QQ:::..QQ{ll ~......,...\<o., u~.~u.", 1;- Ul ~G.I """ IDI alG' 1.... j:.n)<lllI-~= ACAO NO: 9679 SD11 FILE NO: 96?9 t I N o . SCALE: 1" ;::- Lu 15 <0 Gi !J~ '" ~ui ;:j Lu 5a " ..'" '" Z ",,, " ;:j . '" i!O~ .", ~~ Z "oo .. ~ 0 ~ a o~l'1e ~::~O~~ ~~(fj~3 ~ O.....C1;:300..lQ ,-=,ttio...o:;....;:::. 2::::JLc)~Ql h ~t:l-'~i:: Q ->-.6CL.<'~ -Je::Ol--5~ ~:::.ttlu<.;,~ 0::''-..,,;: ..... Q:;3::S~ 0: --- 80' 3- '" " ~ ~ 8.. co .- '" ~~ ~ ~~~ ,-~~riiR~ Z "'0 ~~i2;:S~:l) ~2:a..~>-~ .....::. .V}QJt:::' I..lJCItjQ::cr:::: ~u-o~ cc~Li.."<<:~ ..;::<::0':"'0 cq""Cm'?5!?"l tij~I-~:g~a 8:5~"-" ;; "-I 0 8 ':;: " ~ S:2 ~ .~ 8 8~ c.. <: .a go:: +- " '> '" WJ.OO' o o + ~ -----~~---------------- '1 3D' .ROAD R,O, W. PER DEED O,R. 252, PeG. 70.3 +------ ---'- -- I .30' FWAD R. 0, W. PER DEED O.R. 252, PC, 703 _ _A~S~~ I P.o.a. 9.ioBB' $ e9':2Et~ .~~~ 2.l:!.5]: _5:.:r::g..!~'T'~" , "'~5,OO \ I 7&25' :J ~ \ ~ ~.I "'"~ "'-.. .;-11 ~'d ~;';t:: ,," I ~" -e !Q..i $i~ i:d\:3~ ~~" 00- 3. I ....~ l:C2:~ '~ ~~. c;: o. 5; i .~ o <~ ~~ I ~~ \ ~I r' ~$nI~" ~OlJllj R.o,.l'l UNf" "" " ~I u~2 ~-o ~ . 0'"' ia..; '<1;......-8 '" . ~~~ o ,0 Q3~ Lu '" !J~ '" ",,,,- 50 ..'" ",,, !l!", i!:- "''' 00 "'" '-' i;j ~l . <I '" ~. <;"\;0 -" -~ 8~ ,,~ '" Q z 21 " '" < Z 8 '" ~ ~ I , ~ , '" ~ ~ , ;ii '" 1 ;'i ;!i " '" '" "''''''"w'''~w ~~~.~~~~~~ 'i<ljiJEf;G:i18~g ~ ""<",",0',,,,,,,,:: >--;:0::: ~~~ f~ ;: :<;::< i:2 ;:c; r; '; ;;,j~o:c"""",",m"',".. " a "'v, ~ ~t5(O 0"" 4::-:::0 ",~u. O~ "-n.: ci I..ulr. ~~- .."'" '"00 v ~ ",- Lu" /, p ,. _ TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT DURATION s YEARS. EXHIBIT A Page :2 b of 7';- -- Agenda Item NO.1 OF October 23, 2007 Page 61 of 110 SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL 112 TCEl A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST. COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA. BEiNG MORE PARTlClJLARL Y DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE WEST QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16, THENCE NORTH 00'10'15" EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16 A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POLLY A VENUE; THENCE SOUTH 89'18'58" EAST ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF'55.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN BEING DESCRIBED; T'rlENCE: CONTINUiNG ALONG SAID NOi'nH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 8918'58" EAST A DISTANCE OF 8.75 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE NO,qTH 0070'15" EAST A DISTANCE OF 7,19 FEET' THENCE NORTH 89'49'45" WEST A DJSTANCf;: OF 8.75 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 0010'15" WEST A DISTANCE OF 7.12 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE PARCEL HEREIN DESCRIBED: CONTAiNING 63 SOUARE FEET OF LAND, MORE OR LESS: SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. AND LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL /12 TCE2 A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 50 SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST. COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRiBED AS F"OLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE: WEST QUARTER CORNER OF SAiD SECTION 16; THENCE NORTH 00iO'15" EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF