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01-01-95CITY OF ~fa.~tic b~eaels - ~ldacifa ) !•~ - ------<.1.. ~,,.. January I1. 1995 aro sA~uvlvEx u~E ATL{~TII' BFw('tl. FLnRaM JSil)JJ61 TELFPND\! 191N1 2Il~5flY EA.\ Ivwl:n-saa N E M O R A N D U N TO: kobert S. Kosoy/Director of Public Works FROM: Harry E. McNally/Utility Plant Division Director~~~~ HE: AERATION TANK •3 On Medneaday January 9, 1995 the east bruah on i3 Aeration tank Durned up the inside bearing. Me got together rith Atlas Electric Motors and had him order split bearings for the east Drueh. On January 6, 1995 the rest Drueh outside Dearing ras Evund to be burned up and unable to use. Me had to get one of the brushes back in operation. Atlas had received the split bearing for the east bruah Dut not the pillor block. Atlas called the distributor and the pillor block ras delivered late Friday afternoon. We had a crer on- site Saturday rith a crane and removed the gear box and motor to access the old bearing. The old bearing had fused into the shaft and re had a very hard time removing the Dearing from the shaft due Lo ti.e constraint that re could not apply heat tv the ahaf t. Me then installed the ner beating and pillor block Dut the shaft ras not seating properly into the pillor block so re then had to grind the shaft and reassemble the Drueh. Aeration tank •3 vas put Dack on line Sunday afternoon, January b, 1955 and no violations occurred. HEK/tD cc: FILE - E'WxTP CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: EMERGENCY REPLACEMENT OF BEARING AND ASSEMBLY ON AERATION TANK •3 AT BUCCANEER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT ON WONDERWOOD ROAD SUBMITTED BY: Marry E. McNally/Utility Plant Division~~Lb/~, Director DATE: ]anuary 12, 1995 BACKGROUND: The brush and bearings on have been in operation since 1986. There were old solid Dearinge on the ahaEt end ve needed a crane to lift the brush to remove end install nev bearings. See description on January 11, 1995 memorandum. The nev split bearing ie much more maintenance friendly to install. Shoultl ve neetl to ' replace a bearing or assembly in the Iuture, re rill not need a crane to remove and/or install either of them and moat of work will be performed in-house. RECOMMENDATION: Approval of payment to Atlas Electric Motors. ATTACHMENTS: Invoice from Atlas Electric Moiore JoD~ 1507 f 59,341.20. REVIEWED BY CITY MANAGER: ~7 yy/~$ fy,u ~N AGENDA ITEM NO. 6~dk'l6c~y rivv.f7vo./ .w v~~v tic ~~.~j w,~ Eircl~f~ of ~A+1 6617Pi./ars irrt 1„wf ~y/oA/ ~loClSS ..(f~~'~ n.lrcE35/1N1eb 7.vE ~ yt y c~f9.vE AS c~c c juNas ~Pe ~ifl6tf /N ~CW,,,7 ~ _ 535'- yGOO wi rH R BxA.k6 oc .soy ssd . J171-N WOODV GJ~ 01%13!]455 11:39 5096350[Bi l PGCf 02 wig ~~ ~~.•~.,/~- ~.- ._ _ _ _ _ .1 . _ JOHN WOODY I 1806 P.O. BOII aD216 INVOICE JACKSOXVILLE, iL. 341]6 - iooel Tao-:an rCity of Atlentle Bcach/Public works 1200 Sand Piper Lane Atlantic Beach, Florida 3:233 ATTN: Ernie Beadle DATE 1-12-95 rA.r .a{. cucronE~ . uANTITY pEKAIRION -- LwIT TOTAL 235.0 16,1?3. 7 YA Point Repairs P®SY~~ •1;, t`t iris ILlA{[ rAY rNOY TNO INVOICE. NO {TAT{4{NT NRL {f MALLlO YMLEi Nf OY01FD N(1 )E GAYS ~ 1MA.E! YONTN EENYIC{ CINNO[ AI1EN iE OAYE T;s ,s Foy Aga cwc ~~~A,QS ar c.JwrP-! o ~~ T~ cRrar.r~~ ~z 3E,Jo- .",""t-D der r/rIr a.r 6r N~qg 7•~( 7v ESd r. All u~-r Nis ~re.~ ~.~pLe*e-/>. ~~ b"~ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACN CITY COMMISSION MEETIXG STAFF P.EPORT AGENDA ITEM: EMERGENCY REPAIR WORK TO AiR MAIN AT ATLANTIC BEACH WASTEWATEk TREATMENT PLANT SUBMITTED BY: Tim Tornsend/Utility Plant Division ~~ Director ~ , DATE: January 12, 1995 BACKGROUND: The 14• diameter ductile iron air main between Lhe Walker Process Plant (-1) and the Davco Plant u21 at the AB WWTP sprung severe air leaks in several places. These air leaks caused severe lose of air needed for the serer plant treatment process. The lose of air through the Drlttle mechanical joint gaskets in the 14• diameter ductile iron pipe that is used ae the air main. This roe an emergency situation that required prompt action and only Woody Construction Company roe available immediately. Moody Construction Company did seven point reports on the air main. The point repairs consisted of digging dcrn to the leaking joints, cutting the pipe, replaciny the gasket, then re-coupling the pipe rith mechanical sleeve joints. Split gaskets were used there practical. RECOMMENDATION: Payment to Moody Construction Company of s16, 415. 00. Fur,de available irum 410-4101-535-4600 Repair and Maintenance. ATTACHMENTS: Invoice Erom Moody Construction Company. REVIEWED BY CITY MANAGER: ~,*7_QCZ~ 7H~S G~~ ~ AGENDA ITEM ND. 6iY ~.IY~P o~ 9i,PGar;$~,~i,PiJJI SN/iL'y.N~r Aye ~ >~~. e~r.,-„~~ ,~ xtc...,,, ,s ~6a, v88~ Page Three Minutes of joint meeting of City Commission, Recreation Advisory Board, and Atlantic Reach Athletic Association January 7, 1995 building for storing parks department equipment. He directed staff to follow up to see that this work is undertaken either by city staff or volunteers. The ABAA inquired into their request to develop a T-ball Eield. He indicated that the Recreation Advisory Hoard had agreed to this concept at a previous meeting. Cindy Corey felt ttie Recreation Advisory Board needed to revisit their decision on this matter end indicated that this would De On the agenda at their nett meeting. The Mayor encouraged the AHAA to utilize the playing fields at Donner Park. A suggestion was made that a police officer be allowed to live on the Donner Park property in an effort to step up security in the area. Commissioner Weiss suggested that the fence at Donner Park should be removed so the police vehicles could cruise through the area. Mayor Fletcher reported tie tied made initial contact with Mr. Dutton relative to acquisition of Dutton Island and iMicated he intended to continue ttwse efforts end would report to the oomission from time to time. 'There being no further discussion, the Mepor declared the meeting adjourned at 4:30 PM. Maureen King City Clerk _ .a_.~r::--3:36. ~,~;:M1Gar: ~..k3:. ~.~st.. Page Two Minutes of joint meeting of City Commission, Recreation Advisory Board, and Atlantic Beach Athletic Association January 7, 1995 The ABAA members expressed concern about construction taking place during their season and inquired whether it would be possible to begin the construction at the end of the Spring season, however, it was Eelt it was unlikely that contractors would hold their prices for that length of time. Commissioner Waters felt it was time to move ahead with the building and did not want to see any more delays. Commissioner Shaughnessy expressed concern that the city might lose the Renaissance money if it had not been used prior to the Jacksonville City Council election, especially if Councilman Brown was not re-elected. At this time Mayor Fletcher called a brief recess in order to allow the ABAA members an opportunity to talk privately and reach consensus regarding matters that were most important to them. Following the break Woody~Richardson indicated the ABAA would lose approaimately $15,000.00 if the concessicn building was not available for the Spring season. He requested that the city work with the AHAA to allow a portable facility to be used for concessions. Mr. Richardson also Sndicated the ABAA did not want to do anything that would jeopardize the Renaissance money. Mayor Fletcher coved to reco_pnd that the City Cc~isaion accept the low bid~of Custom Construction, with the deletion of the three bid alternates and direct staff to negotiate with the contractor within the bounds allowable, to try to reduce the price to 5100,000.00., if possible. The motion was seconded by Commissioner waters and was unanimously approved. In further discussion, Commissioner Waters requested that staff negotiate with Custom Construction to see if they would hold their prices for a start date of June 1. The City Commission concurred. In the meantime, the Mayor agreed to contact Councilman Brown to see if he would be willing to forward the money prior to construction, or alternatively, have an agreement drawn up and endorsed by the City Council, thus ensuring that the money would be available when needed. Mayor Fletcher moved that the City cooperate with aBAA to provide a safe environment for the children and to protect the concession revenues. The motion was seconded by Coamii saioner Waters sad carried unanimously. The Mayor pointed out that the action taken would eliminate the refurbishiny of the existing reatrooms and the construction of a MINUTES OF THE JOINT MEETING OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION, ATLANTIC BEACH RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD, AND ATLANTIC BEACH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HELD IN CITY HALL AT 2:00 PM ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1995 Present: Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steven M. Rosenbloom Suzanne Shaughnessy J. cezmond Waters, III, and Robert G. Weiss, Commissioners Cynthia Corey Patricia Goelz Beth Robertson, and Edwazd Waters, Recreation Advisory Board Members Steven Benjamin R. Bruce Carter Scot DeBUty Tim Fisher Woody Richardson, Atlantic Beach Athletic Association Members (ABAA) And: James R. Jazbce, Deputy City Manager Maureen King, City Clerk The meeting was called to order by Mayor Fletcher who explained the meeting was being held for the purpose of discussing the proposed construction of a new concession building in Jack Russell Park, and to make whatever decisions were necessary to get the project moving. He explained there was approximately S163,000.00 of bed tax funds' available and the city expected to receive about S160,000.00 of Renaissance funds. Commissioner Rosenbloom inquired whether it might be better to demolish the old building and build a completely new structure but it was explained this would require rebidding and would further delay the project. Commissioner Weiss felt the cost of the kitchen equipment could be reduced. Discussion ensued regarding the cost of the glazed bricks which had been specified. It was explained this type of brick was expensive but would be resistant to graffiti. The ABAA members indicated they had many contacts in the construction industry and suggested possibly using some volunteer labor 1n an effort to reduce the coat. Such a project could be completely supervised by city staff to make sure all the required building standards were met. It was felt, however, that this would be difficult to coordinate and would delay the project. The ABAA members felt the restrooms could be eliminated if the existing restrooms were refurbished. Following further discussion of this l matter. however, it was agreed to include the restrooms as planned. CITY OF 1 flt(a«t~e 5eaek - ~laaida 1 1 January 3, 1995 RW tiF_\11\OLf IttMn Al'LASTIC Bf_{C H. ! II1R111{ RL1}µ{5 If LFRW\! i9W~ Lffy00 f{\ 191Hi :JFWD~ To: The Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners From: Maureen King, City Clerk Sub,j ect: BOARD VACANCIES/APPOINTMENTS The following is a reminder of the appointments which need to be made to fill vacancies or seats which will shortly become vacant on various boards: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BOARD: Robert Frohwein - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed July 1990 Ruth Gregg - Resigned effective December 1, 1994. (Team would have expired December 31, 1995) Ms. Gregg has served continuously since 1982, first on the Advisory Planning Board and then on the Community Development Board since its inception in 1986. PENSION BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Richard E. white - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed by Commission January 1987 John Fletcher - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed by Commission January 1993. TREE CONSERVATION BOARD: Hope Van Nortwick - Term expires January 31, 1995. Appointed February 1992 Mae Jones - Term expires January 31, 1995. Appointed February 1999 Both Tree Board members are willing to serve an additional term, if appointed. ~a CITY OF 1'~tlASYle ~G'utels - ~(.mtisla ~ruxlttmrx#iun WHEREAS, the celebration of Arbor Day was first observed in 1872 with the planting of more than a million trees in the State of Nebraska, and WHEREAS, Arbor Day is now an annual celebration throughout the nation and the world, and WHEREAS, trees can reduce erosion of our precious soil, clean the air, moderate the temperature, reduce our heating and cooling costs, and provide habitat for our wildlife, and WHEREAS, trees are a renewable resource giving us paper, building material and fuel, and providing countless products made of wood, and WHEREAS, trees in our city increase property values, enhance the economic vitality of our businesses and serve to beautify our community, and WHEREAS, trees, wherever they are planted, are a source of ,joy and a symbol of renewal. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor of the City of Atlantic Beach, do hereby proclaim January 21, 1995, as A R B O R D A Y in the City of Atlantic Beach and urge all citizens to celebrate Arbor Day and to support efforts to protect our trees and woodlands, and Further, Z urge all citizens to plant trees for the beauty and well being of this and future generations. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have set my hand and caused the official seal of the City of Atlantic Beach to be affixed this 9th day of January, 1995. LYMAN T. FLETCHER Mayor CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACN SPECIAL CALLED METING TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1995 AGENDA Call to order 1. Presentation of Proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach 2. Appointments 'to fill tyro seats or. the Community Development Board 3. Award contract to Custom Constriction of the construction of a new concession building in Jack Russell Park 4. 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ATTEST: By:_ Title: WITNESS: CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACB, FLORIDA By: Title: REPD58 SERVICES, INC. By: Title: ._ by the Contractor in the performance of this Agreement. In connection with any legal proceedings arising hereunder, the Owner reserves [he right to retain counsel of its choice an a[ its own expense, or, in the alternative, approve counsel of its choice at its own expense, or, in the alternative, approve counsel obtained by the Contractor. 23.00 BOORS ANO RECORDS: The Owner shall have the right to review all records which pertain to the contract and are maintained by the Contractor on three (3) days' written notice. 24.00 NOTICES: A letter addressed and sent by certified United States mail return receipt requested to either party at its business address shown herein shall be sufficient notice whenever required for any purpose under this Agreement. To Owner: Ci[y of Atlantic Beach 800 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, FTprida~ 32233. Attn: City Manager -, To Contractor: Refuee Services, Inc. 6501 Greenland: Road Jacksonville, Florida 32256 Attn: General Manager Copy To: WMI Florida Group 2700 N.W. 48th Street Pompano Beach, Florida 33073 25.00 1LLEGAL PROVISIONS: If any provisions of this Agreement should be de.:lared illegal, void, or unenforceable, the othar prrovisiona shall not be affected but shall remain in full force and effect. single limit for bodily injury liability and property damage liability. Premises and/or operations. independent contractors. Products and/or completed operations. 20.40 Business Automobile Policv• The Contractor shall provide and maintain during the life of this Contract, at its own expense, Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance. Coverage must be afforded on a form no more restrictive than the latest edition of the Business Auto Policy filed by the Insurance Services Office and must include: Minimum limits of $500,000 per occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury liability and property damage liability. - Owned vehicles ~=. Hired and non-owned vehicles ,~~.~ Employer's non-ownership. 20.50 IImbrella Liability- $5,000,000 20.60 Certificate of Insurance- Certificates of all insurance required from the Contractor shall be filed with the Or~er and shall be subject to its approval for adequacy and protection. 21.00 COMPLIANCE WITN LAWS AND REGAL;TIONS .he Contractor hereby agrees to abide with all applicable Federal, Sale and local laws and regulations. It is understood that [he Owner has ordinances for effecting a solid waste control program. It is the responsibility of the contractor to become familiar with such ordinances, and i[ is understcod [hat, if any provisions of said ordinances are in conflict with the conditions of this contract, the ordinances shall be the governing factor for performances of the Contract. 22.00 INDEMNITY: The Contractor shall defend, indemnify, and save harmless, the Owner its officers, agents, servants, and employees from and ayainst any and all suits, actions, legal proceedings claims, demands, damages, costs, expense, and attorney's fees resulting from injury to persons or damage to property arising out of or resulting from work done Owner is provided that applicable requirements have been met to permit service of process on a Stare official under Slate law. 20.00 insurance Reouirementa 20.10 Contractor and Subcontractor: During the life of this Agreement, the Contractor hall procure and maintain insurance of the types and to the limits specified below, and provide the Owner with certificates of insurance as evidence thereof. The Owner shall be an additional insured on this insurance with respect to all claims arising out of the operations or work to be performed. Cancellation or modification of said insurance shall not be effected without thirty (30) days prior written notice to [he Owner. The Contractor shall require each of its subcontractors to procure and maintain, until completion of that subcontractor's services, insurance of the types and to the limits specified below, unless the subcontractor's work is covered by the protection ~_ afforded by the Contractor's insurance. It shall be the responsibility of the Cont~ae for to ensure that all its subcontractors comply with all of the insurance requirements contained herein relating to such subcor:t ractors. Except as otherwise stated, the amounts and types of insurance shall conform to the following minimum requirements: 20.20 Worker's Comneasatioa• The Contractor s::a 11 provide and maintain during the life of this Contract, at its own expense, Workers Compensation Insurance coverage to apply for all employees for statutory limit in compliance with the applicable state and federal laws. Zn addition, the policy must include employers' liability insurance with a limit of $500,000 each accident. If any operations are to be undertaken on or about navigable waters, coverage must be included pursuant to the Longshoremen and Harbor Workers Act and the Jones Act. 20.30 Comnzehenaive General Liabili tv• The Contractor shall provide and maintain during the life of this Contract, a[ his own expense, Comprehensive General Liability. Coverage must be afforded on a form no more restrictive ehan the latest edition of the Comprehensive General Liability Policy filed by the Insurance Services Office and must include: Minimum limits of $500,000 per occurrence combined ARTICLE VI GENERAL, FINANCIAL AND INSIIRANCE REQUIREMENTS 16.00 Permits and Licenses: The Contractor shall obtain, at its own expense, all permits and licenses required b}• law or ordinance and maintain the same ir. full force and effect. 17.00 TITLE TO MATERIALS: The Owner reserves the right at all times to hold title and ownership to all Solid Waste or Recyclables collected by the Contractor. 18.00 SIIBCONTRACTORS, ASSIGNMENT AND CEANGE OP CONTROL• Subcontractors will be permitted under the terms of the Contract. Upon the written consent of the Owner. In the event Contractor is a corporation, partnership or other equal entity, there shall be no change in the direct or indirect legal or factual control of such entity without first obtaining the written consent o€ [he~ Owner. A change of legal control includeSi but is not limited to, a transfer of the ownership of over 20% of the Contractor or any person or entity owning a 20% or greater interest, direct or indirect, in the Contractor. Assignment of Contractors rights or obligations under this contract shall require the prior approval of the owner. 19.00 BONDS AND SURETIES: 19.10 Performance Hond: The Contractor shall furnish a Performance bond as security for the performance of this Contract with the Owner. Said performance bond will be in the full amount of the executed Contract as calculated at award for the full term of the Agreement and adjusted yearly on the anniversary date of this Contract, to remain in force for the duration of this Contract. Premium for the bond described above shall be paid by the Contractor. This bond shall be written by a surety company licensed to do business in the State cf Florida with A.M. Best Financial Rating of A Class XV for the most current calendar year available. 19.20 Requirements as to Surety: The Surety or SurECieS shall be a company or companies satisfactory to the owner. Ary surety shall be required to have a resident agent in the State of Florida and shall be duly licensed to conduct business therein. The requirement of Florida resident Agreement may be waived by the Owner if evidence satisfactory to the been fulfilled by said Contractor, then the Owner shall retain such difference. Should such cose to the Owner be greater, the Contractor shall be liable for and pay the amount for such excess to the owner. Any transfer or assignment of the respoasibi llties of the Contractor by the surety must be approved by the Owner, The Contractor shall be excused from performance in cases of war, insurrection, riot, stirke, acts of God, or other causes beyond the Contractor's control. Except as otherwise provided in this Contract, any dispute concerning a question of fact or of interpretation of a requirement of the Contract which is not disposed on by mutual consent between the parties shall be decided by the Contract Administrator who shall reduce the decision in writing and furnish a copy thereof to the parties in connection with any dispute proceeding under this clause the party shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard and to offer evidence in support of its version if ,the facts and interpretation of the Contract !~ The Contract Administrator shall make such explanation as may be necessary to complete, explain or make definite the provision of this Contract and the findings and conclusions shall be final ar.~ binding on both parties. Pending the final decision of a dispute, the Contractor shall proceed diligently with the performance of the contract in accordance with the preliminary directions of the Contract Adminiatrator. The Contractor expressly recognizes the paramount right and duty of the Owner to provide adequate garbage and trash collections at necessary governr,;ent functions, and further agrees, in consideration of the execution of the Contract, that in the event the Owner shall invoke the provisions of this section, Contractor will either negotiate with the owner for an adjustment on the matter or matters in dispute, or present the matter to a court of competent jurisdiction in an app ropria[e suit therefore instituted by himself or by tre ' ier. 15.00 RIGET TO REQUIRE PERPORMANCE: The failure of the owner at any time to require performance by [he Contractor of any provisions hereof shall in no way affect the right of the Owner thereafter Co enforce t h.2 same, no shall waiver by the Owner of any breach of any provision hereof be taken or held to be a waiver of any succeeding breach of such provisions or as a waiver of any provision itself. considered a material breach of this Agreement and the Contract Administrator shall notify the Contractor in writing of the breach. A copy of such written notice is to be mailed to the surety on the performance bond. Zf within a period of seven (7) days the Contractor has rot eliminated, er commenced to eliminate a condition which can not be eliminated in seven (7) days, the conditions ccnsidered to be a breach of contract, the Contract Administrator shall so notify the Owner and a public hearing shall be set for a date within fif teer. (15) days of such notice. The Contract Administrator shall, not less than five (5) days prior to the date of such hearing, notify the contractor and the surety of the date and place of the public hearing at which the Contractor shall be recui red to show cause why the contractor has not breached the terms of this Agreement. Should the Contractor fail to appear at the hearing or fail to show cause why it has not breached the terms of this Agreement, to the satisfaction of [he Owner, the Owner shall declare a default on this Agreement and notify the Contractor and the surety on the performance bond of such a declaration of default, or authorize the Contract Administrator to take such other action. If however, the Contractor or i.ts surety fails to cure such default within two (2) days after the final, decision, then the Owner may thereupon declare the contract cancelled. Upon such a declaration of default, all payments due the Contractor shall be retained by the Owner and aop lied to the completion of this Agreement and to damages suffered and expenses incurred by the Cwner by reason of such default, unless the surety on the performance bond shall assume this Agreement, in which event all payments remaining due to the Contractor at the time of default, less amount due the Owner from tale Contractor and less all sums due the Owner fur damages suffered and expense incurred by reason of such default, shall be due and payable to such surety Thereafter, such surety shall receive monthly payments equal [o [his that would have been paid to t;ie Contractor had said Contractor continued to perform the Agreement. ii such surety fails to exercise such option, the Owner may complete this Agreement or any part thereof, either by day labor or by rebidding Che Agreement. In the event the Owner completes this Agreement at a lesser cost than would have been payable to the Contractor under this Agreement if Che same had shall have at all times a competent and reliable Englist: speaking representative on duty authorized to receive orders and ac[ for it. 13.00 COMPLAINTS AND COMPLAINT RESOLUTION• 13.10 Office: The Contractor shall establish an office wF.e re cemplaints can be received. The office shall be equipped with sufficient telephones with at least one local phone number, and shall be open curing normal business hours, 8:00 o'clock a.m., to S:OC o'clock p.m., Monday through Friday. 13.20 Complaints: The Contractor shall prepare, in accords„ce with the format approved by the Owner, and maintain a register on all accounts and indicate the disposition of each complaint. Such record shall be available for Owner inspection at all times during business hours. The form shall indicate the day on which the complaint was received and the day on which it was resolved. Wher. a complaint is received after 12:00 o'clock nocn on the day preceding a holiday, or on a Saturday, it shall be serviced no ,later than 6:00 p.m. the. next working day. ~ Legitimacy of challenged complaints shall be determined on the basis of joint inspection by the Contract Administrator and representative of the Contractor. Disputes shall be referred to the Contract Administrator and his decision shall be final. 13.30 Disputes about Collection of Certain Items: It is ' recognized that disputes may arise between the Owner and Contractor with regar3 to the collection of certain items due to disputes over the specific language of the Contract. The Contract Administrator may from time to time notify the contractor by telephone to remove all suet, Refuse. Should the Contractor fail to remove the Refuse within twenty-four (24) hours from time of notification, the Owner will do so and all costs incurred by the Owner shall be deducted from compensation due the Contractor. Notice of the amount deducted shall be given to the Contractor. If it is determined that disputed Refuse did not conform to Contract specification, the Contractor shall be entitled [o reimbursement of any amount deducted or compensation for removal. 14.00 DEFAULT AND DZSPTJTE OP THE AGREEMENT It shall be the duty of the Contract Administrator ARTICLE V. CONTRACT PERFORMANCE/COMPLAINTS/DEFAULT 11.00 CONTRACT PERFORMANCE 11.10 Contract Administrator Supervision: The Contractor's performance of this Contract shall be supervised by the Contract Administrator or his designee. If at any time during the life of the Contract performance satisfactory to the Contract Rdministrator or his designee shall rot have been made the Contractor, upon notification by the Contract Administrator or his designee shall increase the force, tools and equipment as needed to properly perform this Contract. The failure of the Contract Administrator or his designee to give such notification shall not relieve the Contractor of his obligation to perform the work at the time and in the manner specified by this Contract. 11.20 Performance Review: The Contractor shall furnish the Contract Administrator or., his Authorized Representative with every reasonable opportunity for ascertaining whecher or not 'the work as performed is in accordance with the recuirements of the Contract. 11.30 Ri aht to Iaeoection: The Contract Administrator may appoint qualified persons to inspect the Contractor's operatior. and equipment at any reasonable time, and the Contractor shall admit Authorized Representatives of the Owner to make such inspections at any reasonable time and place. 11.40 Enforcement and Waiver: The failure of the Owner at any time to require performance by the Contractor of any provisions hereof shall in no way affect the right of the Owner thereafter to enforce same. Ltor shall v;aiver by the Owner of any breach of provisions hereof taken or held to be a waiver of any succeeding breach of such provision or as a waiver of any provisior. itself. 12.00 COOPERATION/COORDINATION: The Owner and its Authorized Representative shall be permitted free access at every reasonable facility for the inspection of all work, equipment and facilities of Contractor. The Contractor shall cooperate Witt the Authorized Representative of the Owner in every reasonable way in order to facilitate the progress of the wort. contemplated under this Contract. It container and number of pickups oer week. All such collectior. and 3isposal for those types of waste in this section, when done by the Contractor, shall be in strict compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations. w, societal values and ot;:er events Chat are not _redictable. The owner and [he Contractor recognize that the rates irciuded in [he Schedule of Rates and Charges do not include any disposal cost, however' volume and weights need m be reviewed and adiusted on a periodic basis in order to take into account the impact of changes to the waste stream. The Contractor shall maintain operaticna'_ records of actual code orlon volumes and disposal costs in order to effectuate a review of the waste stream. The Schedule cf Rates may at a later date, be amended to irc Jude a disposal rate component that will be coincide with the actual waste volumes. These volumes will be reviewed anrualiy. '_0.25 Sales and Service Taxes: in the event that [he Contractor becomes required, by a change in law, ordinance or resolution, to assess sales, service or some other tax or surcharge to customers for collection services provided under this Agreement, the billing and collection of such surcharges shall not require owner's approval. 10.30 _ Modifications To Level of Services~• The parties acknowledges that from time to time the~Qwner may modify t re level of collection services provided under this Contract if it is determined to be in the best interest of the Owner or to comply to changes in laws and regulations. Thy Owner and the Contractor agree to negotiate the terms of any such modifications in good faith and shall reduce same to writing and shall execute same as amendments to this Contract. 10.40 Modifications To Sco a of Service: The parties acknowledges that from time to time the Owner at may modify [he scope of services under the Contract to include collection services not originally included ir. the scope of services as specified in Section 6.OG if determined to be in the best interest of the Owner. The Owner and Contractor agree to negotiate the terms of any such modification of [he scope of services in good faith, and shall reduced same to writing and shall execute same as amendments to the. 10.50 Levels and T e of Service for Collection of Other Wastes: Should the Contractor scree [o collect Special Waste, Hazardous Waste, Biomedical Waste, Biological Waste or Sludge, a wriC[en agreement between the Contractor and th=_ customer shall be entered into re~ardi.^.g the level and type of service to be provided, at a rate to be negoCia[ed between [he parties involved. However, ucon failure of she parties to reach such an agreement, =_ither party may apply to the Contract Administrator, who shall establish the le•/el and type of service to be provided, including the size of [he accounts wLich become 45 days delinquent. The Contractor shall notify the Owrer of all customers whose services have been interrupted due to delinquent payments. The terms of this section apply only to those accounts invoiced direcCly by the Contractor. 10.20 ADNSTMENTS TO PROVIDE POR CHANGE: 10.21 Changes in Collection Price: The Contractor shall receive an annual adjustment for each of the non-disposal rate components included in the actached Schedule of Rates and Changes. Rate components shall be adjusted upward or downward annually on the anniversary date of contract to reflect changes in the cost of doing business as measured by of the fluctuations in the Consumer Price Index (CPZi for all urban consumer items as published by the U.S. Ueoartment of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. Beginning on the first anniversary date of this Contract, the net change in Contract Nor.-Disposal Rate components shall reflect Seventy percent (70~) of such increase or decrease in the CPI as defined above for the most recently published twelve month period.~_The non-disposal rate components, in subsequent years, Spall be adjusted annually based .upon Seventy percent (70~) of the rot change in the CPI as described above for the most recently published twelve month period. 10.22 Chaaaea in Dianosal Coat: The parties acknowledge that the current maximum cost of disposal is zero and no /100 Dollars ($0.00 ) per ton. However, it is recognized that, frcm time to time, the actual cost (tipping fee) charged to the Contractor by a disposal or processing facility for the disposal or processing of solid waste, yard trash, white goods, or recyclables may change. In the event of such change in the r_ost or tipping fee, the contractor may request, and the Owaer upon submission of sufficient proof of such change shall grant, such increase in Contract price for the disposal cost as will compensate for the actual change of disposal cost, Decreases i.n disposal cost shall be cause for a like dollar decrease in price. 10.23 Unusual Chanaes or Coata: The Contractor may petition the Owner for rate adjustments at reasonable Cimes on the basis of unusual changes in its cost of doing business such as revised laws, ordinances or regulations; or, charges in the location of disposal sites or; and, said request shall not be unreasonably refused. 10.24 Chanaes in the Waste Stream: The Owner and [he Contractor recognize Chat the volume of waste materials requi r_na disposal may change, over time, as a result of weather patterns, legislative mandates, changes in IO.ll services Billed by the City: The Contractor shall submit an invoice to the Owner by the 10th of each month for all services rendered during the previous month for such services which are billed by the Owner to the customer. As indicated in Section 10.10 of the Contract, the sums due shall be based upon the unit prices included in the attached schedule of rates and charges subject to any conditions or adjustme n[s as may be provided under this Contract. Contractor's unit prices shall include separately disclosed disposal cost, as may become applicable. On the first day of each month, the Owner shall provide the Contractor with adjusted billing units for all curbside residential and multi-f amiiy residential service types invoice by the Owner. The adjustment made on the first day of each month shall be for buildings wither occupied or demolished during the month preceding the adjustment. Any new unit shall be considered to be occupied when a certificate of occupancy has been issued or water service has been provided: to t he unit's occuoant (s;. Units occupied on or before the 15th of the mont'r. will be billed for the entire month. Units occupied after the i5th of the month will be be billed for i/2 month. Proof of demolitionf shall be demolition permits issued by the Building Department. Demolished units shall be billed for entire month where demolition occurs. Adjustments for collection volumes of commercial and/or roll-off service types invoiced by the Owner shall be made on the basis of specific service requests and records maintained by the Owner and communicated to the Contractor on a regular, daily, basis. Payments will be made to the Contractor on or before the 20th day of each month upon verification of the invoice submitted by the Contractor. It is understood by both the Contractor and the Owner that the uniC prices will change from time to time as provided for in this Contract. 10.12 Other Special Services Billed by the Contractor: The Contractor shall invoice applicable individual customer accounts monthly in arrears fcr any special service not otherwise. The Contractor shall notify the Owner of all customers whose account becomes 30 days delinque rt, and the Contractor may cease providing collection services to accounts which become 45 days delinquent. The Contractor ARTICLE IV. CHARGES RATES AND MODIFICATIONS 10.00 B[LLING AND PAYMENT 10.10 Billine Procedures• Billing arrangements for the various service types are summarized as follows: Ccllection Customer Billed Customer Billed Services by Owner by COntraMOr Residential X Solid Waste Curbside 7f Recycling Curbside Yard g Trash Multi Family X Solid Waste _ Multi Family g Recycling Commercial 7{ Solid Waste Cornntercial X Recycling Roll-Off g Collection Roll Out Charges X Ezra Collections X Other Special X Services ;a) Each vehicle operator shall at all times carry a valid driver's license for the type of vehicle that is being driven. (b) The Contractor shall provide operating and safety [raining for all personnel. (c) No person shall be denied employment by the Contractor for reasons of race, sex, national origin, creed, age, physical handicap, or religion. (d) The contractor's solid waste collection employees shall wear a uniform or shirt bearing the company's name. 9.60 Compliance with State Federal and Municipal Law The Contractor shall comply with all applicable City, State and Federal laws relating to wages, hours, and ail other applicable laws relating to the employment or protection of employees, now or hereafter in effect. 9.70 Fair Labor Standards A t• The Contractor is required and hereby agrees by execution of this Coat ract-to pay all employees not less than the Federal minimum wage and to abide by other requirements as established by the Congress of the United States ir, the Fair Labor Standard Act as amended and changed from time to time. 9.80 Other Smolovee Benefits• Amount of vacation leave, sick Leave, holiday pay leave, other fringe benefits, shelter and accommodations for work and related matters shall be as submitted wi[h the Contractor's bid documents. contractor reserves the right to make changes in said conditions from time [o time as conditions require. Conditions of employment shall be published and conspicuously posted sc all employees may be informed. The Contractor shall furnish uniforms and safety equipment. 9.00 UQ ALITY OF SERVICE AND COMPLIANCE 9.10 Contractor's Office - The Contractor shall provide at his expense, a su_table cffice locate3 within sixty (60) miles cf ~ e se rice area with local. telephone service where ccmc'_naints shall be received, recorded and handled during normal workinc hours of each we?~ and shall o rovide for prompt handling of emerge rcy complaints and all other special or emergency complaints or calls. 9.20 Notification to Customers - The Owner snali notify all customers in writing about complaint procedures, rates, regulations, and the days of collection. 9.30 Contractor's Officer(s): - The Contractor shall assicn a qualified person or persons to be ir. charge of the operations within the service area, and he/she shall be responsible to the Contract Administrator and be accessible at reasonable times of call. The Contractor shall give the names and day and night telephone numbers of these persons to the Owner. Information regarding the person's experience and qualif icaticns shall be furnished. Supervisory personnel must Abe present on the routes to direct operations in a sati~f actory manner. Said supervisor(s) must be available for consultation with the Contract Administrator customers withir. a reasonable, practicable time aft$r not if icaticn of a request for such consultation. The supervisor(s) shall operate a vehicle which is radio equipped. 9.40 Dan eroua Animals and Refuse Collection: Employees of the contractor shall not be required to expose themselves to the danger of being bitten by vicious dogs in order [o accomplish refuse collection. In any case where the owner or tenants have such animals at large, the contractor shall immediately notify the Contract Administrator of such condition and of his inability to maY.e collection because of such conditions. 9.50 Conduct of Emoloveea: The contractor shall see to it that its employees serve the public in a courteous, helpful and impartial manner. Contractor's collection employees will be required to follow the regular walk for pedestrians while on pzi unto property. No trespassing by employees will be permitted, nor crossing property of neighboring premises unless residents or owners of both such properties shall have given permission. Care shall be taken to prevent damage to property including cans, carts, racks, trees, shrubs, flowers and other pla r.ts. The contractor shall also be res_ronsible for complying with the following terms and conditions: 8.40 8.50 provided it has first secured prior written authorization to rrefcrm the additional work from [he Contract Administrator or designee. The total cost for such service shall b= based on rates jointly agreed to in advance by the Contract Administrator cr his designee and the Contractor. In the event of such storm er hurricane emergency, the Owner reserves the right to assign route or pick-up priorities as deemed necessary by the Contract Administrator. Holidays: The Contractor will not provide service on holidays when the designated disposal and processing facilities are closed: New Years Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. If the regular collection day falls on any of the aforemer.[ioned holidays, the Contractor shall collect the refuse on the next regularly scheduled collection day. Collecti n Equipment: The Contractor shall have on hand at all times and in good working order such equipment as shall permit the Contractor to adequately and efficiently Ferform its contractual duties. Equipment shall be obtained from nationally known and recognized manufacturers of garbage collection and disposal equipment. A11 replacement and -additional vehicles shall be new equipment,.unless otherwise agreed by the Owner. For residential and ~gommercial solid waste collections, equipment shall be of the enclosed loader packer type and all equipment shall be kept in good repair, appearance, and in a sanitary and c]Pan condition at all times. The Contractor shall have available reserve equipment which can be put into service within two (2) hours of any breakdown. Such reserve equipment shall correspond in size and capacity to the equipment used by the Contractor to perform the contractual duties. Equipment is to be painted uniformly with the name of the Contractor, business telephone number and the number of the vehicle in letters rot less than five (5) inches high on each side of the vehicle. All vehicles shall be numbered and a r_cord kept of the vehicle to which each number is assigned. No advertising shall be permitted or. vehicles. 8.60 Special waste mreaawa ~~ ~~• ---------- Waste Biological Waste and Sludge: The Contractor shall not be required to collect and dispose of special waste (except White Gooda and Household Purniture), Infectious Waste, Hazardous Waste, Biomedical Waste, Biological Waste or Sludge, but may offer such service in the service area. A11 such collection and disposal for those types of waste ir. this section, when don? by the Contractor, shall be in str~rr romp'_iance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations. ARTICLE III GENERAL CONDITIONS AND QUALITY OF SERVICE 8.00 General Conditions 8.10 Schedules: The Contractor shall provide the Owner with schedules for all collection routes and keep such infozmatior: current at all times. Zf any change in the collection routes occurs, then the owner shall be immediately notified in writing. The Contract Administrator shall approve all permanent changes in routes cr schedules that alter the day of pick uo. Residential customers under this Contract shall receive reasonable roof icatior. of the schedules prcvided by the Contractor prior to commencement of service. Upon approval of the Contract Administrator, the Contractor shall publish in a newspaper of general, local circulation at least seven (7) days prior to the effective date of such route or schedule changes. The cost of publication shall be borne solely by the Contractor. The Contractor may, as an alternative to publication in a newspaper, hand deliver notices of rcute or schedule changes. 8.20 Routes: The Owner reserves the right to deny Contrac [ores vehicles access to certain streets, alleys and public ways inside the service area enroute to [he disposal site where ` is in the interest of the general public to do so because of the condition of the streets or bridges. The Contractor sha12 not interrupt the regular schedule or quality of service because of street closure less than eight (8) hours in duration. The Owner shall notify the Contractor of street closures of longer duration and arrangements for service will be made in a manner satisfactory to the Contractor and the Owner. 8.30 Storms and Hurricanes: In case of a storm or hurricane, the contract Administrator or his designee may grant the Contractor reasonable variance from regular schedules and routes. As soon as practicable after such storm, the Contractor shall advise the Contract Administrator and the customer of the estimated time required before regular schedules and routes can be resumed. In the case of a storm where i[ is necessary for the Contractor and the Owner to utilize additional equipment and to hire extra crews tc clear. the service area of debris and refuse resulting from the storm, the Contractor shall be required to work with the Owner in al: possible ways for the efficient and rapid cleanup of the sem ice area. The Contractor shall receive e rt ra compensation above the Contract Agreement for additional labor, overtime, and cost of rental equipment, Fund. The Contractor shall furnish monthly reports to Che Contract Administrator by the 10th of each following containing all required information. 7.69 (A) Exclvaions and Service Agreement. Excluaiona: The exclusive franchise herein granted for Roll-off Container Collection Services shall apply after existing service agreements for same shall expire or terminate, unless such service agreements emanate from an exclusive, municipal contract cr franchise agreement which is coming to sunset. Such existing service agreements, if any, shall not be permitted to be renewed beyond the base terms agreed to upon the face of such service agreements. The Contractor shall, at his sole expense, retrofit customer owned or leased compactor equipment to be compatible with Contractor's solid waste collection vehicles. Svch re- fittings shall be performed in a timely fashior. whenever nay such pre-existing roll-off customer contracts terminate. (E) Service Agreement: Contractor may require a Rolloff Container Collection Service Customer to execute Contractors Se rvice Agreement prior to collection of~isolid. waste from Customer. u.~w.. ~_. w. .._.~.~...: c.:e~..:_r.:...,.. the Contract 7.H6 Method of Collection• The Contractor shall make Collections with as little disturbance as possible. Roll- off containers shall be thoroughly emptied and returned, as applicable, in a timely fashion. Any materials spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up immediately by the Contractor, unless spillage is cause3 by overloaded containers, in which case the contractor shall contact the customer to arrange cleanup. 7.87 Method of Invoiciaa for Rolloff Container Collection Services: The Contractor shall for invoice Roll-off Container Collection Services on the basis of "Price Per Load Plus Tipping Fee", and the price per load shall be governed by [he attached Schedule of Rates and Charges. The Contractor shall include copies of accuai scale tickets (tipping fees) along with customer invoices, if requested [o do so. 7.88 Roll-Off Container Recvcliao Servicea• Roll-off Container Recycling Collection Servicea will be further governed as follows: (a) Revenues Generated from Recvclina•~ ~ Any revenue generated from the sale of Recyclable Materials to a Materials Recovery Pacility~shall be returned to the Owner. The Contractor shall account for all revenues generated through recycling and report all such revenues to the Owner each month. The revenue amounts are to be verified by the accompanying receipts from the purchaser of the Recyclable • Materials; and, the Contractor shall remit, monthly, all applicable proceeds received from the sale of recyclables to the owner. (b) Charces for Disposal of Recyclable Materials• In the even[ that Recyclable Materials are not saleable and must be disposed of at a disposal facility, or if processing fees are assessed to accept the material, Contractor will charge the owner for the number o: Cons of material so disposed multiplied by the currently effective tipping fee or processing fee, as applicable. (c) Monitoring Records: The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining ir.f orma[ion and records adequate to determine participation rates, volume of Solid waste diverted frcm Landfill by percent, weight by material of items recycled and other information required by City, the County or the State of Florida necessary to meet the requirement of the Solid Waste Management Act or to obtain grant n;onies from the Solid waste Management Trust 7.80 Roll-off Container Collectio Services 7.81 Scooe: The Contractor shall have [he exclusive right to collect and dispose of all Solid Waste, including Construe lion and Demolition Debris, and potential Recyclable Materials generated by commercial establis F.men[s and/or other generators within the service area who elect to use Roll-off Containers. 7.82 Preauencv of Collection Roil-off Containers shall b? serviced (emptied) on an "on-call" basis, and the Contractor shall be required to provide service no later than the end of the next business day (excluding Saturdays and Sundays and recognized holidays). However, in all instances in which Roll-off Containers are used for the accumulation of putrescible wastes, service shall be scheduled no less than one (1) time per week. 7.83 Hours of Collectioa• Collection shall begin no earlier than 4:30 a.m. and shall cease ro later than 'J :OO p.m. Monday through Saturday except that collection shall begin no earlier than 7:00 a.m. within five hundred (500) feet-of -residential properties. In the case o£~-an emergency or unforeseen circumstance, collection may be permitted at a time rot allowed by this paragraph following approval by the Contract Administrator or his designee. 7.84 Point of Collectioa• Roll-off Containers shall be placed at locations that are mutually agreed upcn by the customer and the Contractor, and which are convenient for collection by the Contractor. Where mutual acreement is not reached, the Contract Administrator or his designee shall designate the location. 7.85 Roll-off Contaiaers• (a) Compactor equipment may be owned by the customer or leased from the contractor or any other source provided it is compatible with Contractors collection equipment. (b) Open-top Roll-off Containers shall be provided by the Contractor in the accordance with the attached Schedule of Rates and Charges. (c) Customers whose waste stream includes Garbage as defined ir. Section 5.24 of this Contract shall be prohibited from accumulating such wastes in ocen- top Roll-off Containers. The Contractor shall be responsible for insuring that all Contractor-owned Compactors, compactor/containers and open- top containers are maintained in good condition. No delivery charges or removal charges shall be permitted under assessed to accept the materials. Contractor will charge the owner for the number of tcns of material so disposed multiplied by the currently effective tipping fee or applicable fee, as applicable. 7.79 (A) Monitoring kecorda and Service Agreements. Monitoring Records: The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining information and records adequate to determine participation rates, volume of Solid waste diverted from Landfill by percent, weight by material of items recycled and other information required by Owner, the County or the State of Florida necessary to meet the requirements of the Solid Waste Management Act or to obtain grant monies from the Solid waste Management Trust Fund. The Contractor shall furnish monthly reports to the Owner by the loth of each following containing all Contract Administrator requires information. (B) Service Agreement: Contractor may require a Commercial Recycling Collection Customer to execute Contractors Service Agreement prior to Contractors collection of recyclables from customer. - In accordance with the attached Schedule of Rates and Charges, the Contractor may invoice owners in instances where Contractor is required to open/close container enclosures and/or where contractor must manually "roll" Mechanical Containers for a[tachrment to the collection vehicle. Rollout charges may not be assessed for customers using Rollout Carta. 7.75 Commercial Recyclable Materials Receptacles: Commercial establishments shall accumulate Recyclable Materials in Mechanical Containers, or in Rollout Carts. The cost for containers shall be included in the monthly cost of collection rate charged to the customer and the Contractor shall provide any Mechanical Container as may be needed. There shall be no separate container rental charges for commercial recycling customers using Mechanical Containers or Rollout Carts. Commercial Recycling customers may elect to use compactor/container collection equipment. Compactor equipment may be owned by the customer or leased from the Contractor or any o[her source provided t}aat the compactor container is compatible with the Contractor's collection vehicles. Collection and disposal rates for compacted Commercial Recycling Collection Services shall be separately disclosed in the Schedule of Rates and Charges. 7.76 Method of Collection: The Contractor shall make collec[ions wi[h as little disturbance as possible. Mechanical Containers shall be thoroughly emptied. Any refuse spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up immediately by the Contractor, unless spillage is caused by overloaded containers, in which case the Contractor shall r_ortact the customer to arrange cleanup. ' 7.77 Revenues Generated from Recvclina: Any revenues generated from the sale of Recyclable Materials to a Materials Recycling Facility shall be returned to the owner. The Contractor shall account for all revenues generated through re r_ycling and report all such revenues to the Owner each month. The revenue amounts are to be verified by the accompanying receipts from the purchaser of the Recyclable Materials; and, the Contractor shall remit, monthly, all applicable proceeds received from the sale of Recyclable Materials due to the Owner. 7.78 Charges for Disposal of Recyclable Materials: In the event Chat Recyclable Materials are not saleable and must be disposed of at a disposal facility,or if proc=_ssing fees are 7.70 Commercial. Recvcli c Collection Services 7.71 Scope: The Contractor shall have the exclusive right to collect all potential Recyclable Materials from commercial establishments within the service area, except chat commercial establishments which elect to use Rolloff Container Collection Services, as defined in Section 5.48 of [his Contract, are governed by Sections 7.80 through 7.85 of this Contract. The Contractor shall implement a voluntary commercial recyclinc program and shall offer at least once per week collection of mixed office paper, high-grade computer paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, aluminum and metal cans. As it becomes appropriate or beneficial, other items may be added to the list at the direction of the Contract Administrator. Likewise, if it becomes unfeasible or financially impractical to continue collection of any one of the above items, the Contractor may petition the contract Administrator for approval to discontinue collection of those items. 7.72 ~Freoueacv of Collectioa• The Contrac twr shall collect potential Recyclable Materials fipm~ commercial establishments a minimum cf one (1) time per week, or more frequently as may be determined between the Contractor and each individual commercial establyshment to prevent containers from becoming overloaded. In the event [hat a customer's container is consistently overloaded, the Owner will require the customer to use a larger container or to increase tY.e number of containers and/or frequency of collection service. - 7.73 Hours of Collection: Collection shall begin no earlier than 4:30 a.m. and shall cease ro later than 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, except that collection of commercial solid wastes shall begin no earlier than 6:00 a.m. within five hundred (500) feet of residential properties. In the case of an emergency or unforeseen circumstance, collection may be permitted at a time not allowed by this paragraph following approval by [he Contract Administrator or his designee. 7.74 Poir.[ of Pickup of Commercial Sold Waete R cvclablea- Commercial recycling customers shall accumulate recyclables at locations that are mutually agreed upon by the customer and the Contractor and which are convenient for collection by the Contractor. Where mutual agreement is not reached, the contract Administrator or his designee shall designate the location. (a) Mechanical Containers, as defined in Section 5.34 (b) Rollout Carte as defined in Section 5.46 above. The cost for containers shall be included in the monthly cost of collection rate charged to the customer and the Contractor shall provide any Mechanical Container or Rollout Cart as may be needed. There shall be no separate container rental charges for commercial solid waste customers using Mechanical Container or Rollout Cart. Commercial solid waste customers may elect to use compactor/container collection equipment. Compactor equipment may be owned by the customer or leased from the Contractor or any other source provided that the Compactor container is compatible with the Contractor's collection vehicles. Collection and disposal rates for compacted Commercial Solid Waste Collection Services Shall be separately disclosed in the Schedule of Rates and Charges. 7.66 Method of Collection: The Contractor shall make collections with as little disturbance as possible. Garbage Receptacles shall be thoroughly emptied and- then left standing upright with covers in place at tAg location where they are found. Any refuse spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up immediately by [he Contractor, unless spillag=_ is caused by overloaded containers „ in which ease the Contractor shall contact the customer to arrange cleanup. 7.67 Exclusions: The exclusive franchise herein granted for Commercial Solid waste Collection Service shall apply after expiration of current term of existing written service agreements. Such existing service agreements, if. any, shall rot be permitted to be renewed beyond the current terms agreed to upon the face of such service agreements. 7.68 Service Acreemeata: Contractor may require a Commercial Solid waste C•~stomer to execute Contrac tore Service Agreement prior to Contractors collection of solid waste from Customer. 7.50 Commercial Solid Waste Collection Services 7.61 Scone: Th? Contractor shall have the exclusive right to collect and dispose of all Solid Waste (other titan waste types excluded in Section 6.00) from all commercial customers within the service area, except those commercial establishments which elect to use Rolloff Container Collection Services, as defined in Section 5.53 of this Contract, are governed by Sections 7.50 through 7.89 of this Contract. 7.62 Freauencv of collection: The Contractor shall collect Solid Wastes from commercial establishments a mi.ti mum of two (2) times each week or more frequently as may be determined between the Contractor and each individual commercial establishment tc prevent containers from becoming overloaded; however, commercial establishments whose waste stream excludes Garbage, may petition the Contract Administrator for approval of once weekly collection sexvices. Customer may request extra pickups through the Owner or directly from the Contractor for a fee. In the event that a customer's container is consistently overloaded the owner will require the customer Ro use a lamer container or to increase the number of containers and/or frequency of collection service. 7.63 Hours of collection: Collecticns 51'(311 begin no earlier than 4:30 a.m. and shall cease no later than 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, except that collection of commercial solid wastes shall begin no earlier than 7:00 a.m. within five hundred (500) feet of residential properties. In the case of an emergency or unforeseen circumstance, collection may be per;nitted at a time not allowed by this paragraph following approval by the Contract Administrator or his designee. 7.64 Point of Pickup of Commercial Solid Waste: Commercial refuse customers shall accumulate refuse at locations that are mutually agreed upon by the customer and the Contractor and whi tit are convenient for collection by the Contractor. Where mutual aazeement is not reached, the Contract Administrator or his designee shall designate the location. Ir. accordance with the attached Schedule of Rates and Charges, the Contractor may invoice owner in instances where Contractor is required to open./^_lose container enclosures ("Cate Charges") and/or where Contractor must manually "roll" Mechanical Containers for attachment to the collection vehicle ("Rollout Charges"). Rollout charges may not be assessed to customers using Rollout Carts. 7.65 Commercial Solid Waste Receotaclea: Co:mercial establishme r,ts may use any of the following containers for accuxulation of refuse unless prohibited by the Agreement: con_ainer. The Owner shall maintain an adequate supply of "apartment recyclers" or 14 gallon curbside recycling bin to provide for replacement or new residents. 7.56 Method of Collection: The Contractor shill separate materials in accordance with the requirements of the Materials Recovery Facility designated for delivery of the Owner's recyclables. The Contractor shall make collections with a minimum of noise and disturbance to the residents. Any recyclables spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up in~nediate ly. Rollout Carte shall be replaced at their designated locations. 7.57 Revenues Generated from Recvclinc: Any revenues generated from the sale of recyclables shall be returned directly the Owner. 7.58 Charoea for Disposal of Recyclable Materials: In the event that Recyclable Material (e) are not saleable and must be disposed of at a disposal facility,or if p;ocessing fees are assessed to accept the materials. Contractor will charge the Owner for the number of tons of matexial so disposed multiplied by the currently effective tipping fee or processing fee, as possible. 7.59 Monitozina Records: The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining information and records adequate to determine the volume of solid waste diverted from Landfill by weight of items recycled, and other information required by Owner, County or the State of Florida necessary to meet the requirements of the Solid Waste Management Act or to obtain grant funds from the Solid Waste Management Trust fund. The Contractor shall furnish monthly reports to the Contract Administrator due by the 10th of the following month containing the required information. .._.._ .,.... _.~~_._.. _.:4.,~..__.x_..__.. 7.50 Multi-Family Recycling Collection Service 7.52 Scone: The Contractor shall collect all newspaper, magazines, corrugated cardboard (cut to size) glass, aluminum and metal cans, polyethylene terephthal ate (PET) and high density polyethylene (HDPE) bottles set out for the purpose of recycling from all Dwelling IInits within the service area whcse waste materials are collected by Mechanical Container. The provision of this service at curbside along with residential rec}'c Tables may be authorized by she Contract Administrator at the contract rate established for that specific service. As it becomes appropriate or beneficial, other items may be added to the list at the direction of the Contract Adminis *_rator u_-•on agreement with the Contractor. Likewise, if it becomes unfeasible or financially imozactical to continue collection of any one of the above items, the Contractor may petition the Contractor Administrator for approval to discontinue collection of those items. where an increase or decrease in the items collected affects the operational costs of the Contractor, the Contractor and the contractor Administrator shall negotiate an .appropriate adjustment in the rate paid to the Contractorger household. 7.52 Frequency of Collection: The Contractor shall collect recyclables within the service area ope (1) time per week. 7.53 Hours of Collection: Collection shall begin no earlier than seven o'clock (7:001 a.m. and shall cease no later than six o'clock (6:00) p.m.; provided however that in the event of an emergency er unforeseen circumstances, collection may be permitted at a time not allowed by this paragraph following approval by the Contractor Administrator or designee. 7.54 Point of Pickup of Multi-Family Recyclables: Multi-family recycling collection customers shall accumulate recyclables at locations which are mutually agreed upon by the customer and the Contractor. where mutual agreement is not reached, the Contractor Administrator or his designee shall designate the location(s). 7.55 Accumulation of Multi-Family Recvclables: The Owner shall provide each multi-family Dwelling IInits with a 14 gallon curbside bin or one (1) 6-gallon "apartment recycle r". The Owner will provide as necessary an adequate number of ni re ty-six (56) gallcn Rollout Carts to allow for the collection of newspaper and magazines separately from the collection of commingled recyclables. Containers and Rollout Carta shall be clea rlv and specifically labelled as Recycling with each material included identified on the labeling on the appropriate 7.40 Multi-Family R aidential Collection Service: Solid Waste 7.41 Scone: The contractor shall have the exclusive right to collect and dispose of all Solid Waste (other than waste types excluded in Section. 6.00; from all Dwelling Units within the service area whose waste materials are collected by Mechanical Container. 7.42 Frecuencv of Collection• The Contractor shall collect refuse from multi-family residences within the service area two (2) times per week, with collections at least three (3) days apart. 7.43 Hours of Collection: Multi-family solid waste collection services shall be offered daily and shall be made between the hours of seven o'clock (7:00) a.m. and six o'clock (6:00) p.m. Monday through Saturday. 7.45 Point of Pickup of Multi-Family Solid Waste• Multi-family solid waste collection customers shall accumulate solid waste at locations that are mutually agreed upon by the customer and the Contractor and which are convenient for collection by the Contractor. Where mutual. agreement is not reached, the Contract Administrator or hid designee shall designate the location. Zn no case shall Mechanical Containers be placed in a location different than that designated on approved site development plans, or in an area that would create a traffic safety hazard. 7.45 Accumula tioa of Multi-Pamily Solid Waste• The Contractor shall provide Mechanical Containers for the accumulation of rz~ulti.-family solid waste. The number and size of Mechanical Containers shall be mutually agreed upon by the customer and the Contractor. Where mutual agreement is not reached, the Contractor Administrator or his designee shall determine the aoprop riate number and size of Mechanical Containers. 7.4o Method_of Collection of Multi-Pamil Solid Waste• The Contractor shall make collections with as little disturbance as possible. Any refuse spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up immediately by [he Contractor, unless spillage is caused by overloaded containers in which case the customer shall be responsible for picY.ing up the spillage. 7.47 Exclusions: Multi-family solid waste customers who elect to use Rolloff Container Collection Service will be governed by the provisions of Section 7.80 of tY.is Contract. 7.59 Pre-Exiatina Service Acreementa- The exclusive franchise herein granted for mulCi-family solid waste collection se m ice shall apply of ter the current term for any existing written service agreements for same shall expire or -erminate. inverted with covers placed topside up on [he ground next to the container. Any type Garbage Receptacle found in a rack, cart cr enclosure of any kind shall be returned upright, to such rack, cart or enclosure and lids aha11 be placed securely and properly on the top of said Garbage Receptacles. A11 plastic bags will be disposed of along with coetents. 7.37 Charges for Disposal of Yard Trash: in the event that Yard Trash must be disposed of at a disposal facility, or if processing tees are assessed to accept the materials. Contractor will charge the Owner for the number of tons of material so disposed multiplied by the currently effective tipping fee or process irg fee. 7.38 vacant Lots: The Contractor shall collect Yard Trash from normal maintenance of vacant lots that are within the service area in the same manner as the collection from residences. It will no[ be the responsibility of the Contractor to remove materials resulting from clearing properties for building purposes or from illegal dumping. If it is the practice of the area residents tc puce their -Yard Trash in the right-of-way of a Vacant lot, .such materials shall also be collected in the same manner as the collection from residences, provided that 'such materials have been properly prepared and placed at Curbside. 7.3> Recordkeeoina: The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining information and records adequate to determine the volume of solid waste diverted from the Landfill by percent and other information required by the County or the State of Floi ids necessary to meet the requirements of the Solid Waste Management Act or to obtain grant funds from the Solid Waste Management Trust fund. The Contractor shall furnish monthly reports to the Contractor Administrator. 7.30 Residential Yard Trash Collection Service 7.3i Scone: The Contractor shall collect all Yard Trash, as defi red in Section 5.61, from all Dwelling Units within the service area whose waste materials are not collected by Mechanical Container. The contract dces not include provision of curbside collection of bulk yard trash as defined in Section 5.06. 7.32 Freouency of Collection: The Contractor shall collect and Yard Trash from residences within the service area two (2) times oer week. 7.33 Hours of Collection: Collection shall begin no earlier than seven o'clock ;7:00) a.m. and shall cease no later than six o'cleck (6:00) p.m.; provided that in the event of emergency o- unforeseen circumstances, collection may be permitted at a time not allowed by this paragraph following approval by the Contract Administrator or designee. 7.3~ Point of Pickup of Yard Trash: Collection of Yard Trash shall be at curbside or otF.er such locations as will provide -ready accessibility to the Contractor's collection crew and vehicle. In the event an appropriate location cannot be agreed upon, the Contractor Administrator ~or his designee shall designate the location. 7.35 Prena t'on of Yard Trash for Collection: The Contractor shall pick up all Yard Trash generated from residential units which has been properly prepared and stored for collection as follows: (a) Residents are responsible for separating Yard Trash from all ether Solid Wastes and Recyclable Materials. (b) Yard Trash shall be placed in Garbage Receptacles or bundles less than forty (40) pounds each and with no dimension over five (5) feet each. Palm fronds shall be collected unbundled. 7.36 Method of Collection of Yard Trash: The Contractor shall collect Yard Trash separately from all other solid waste and Recyclable Materials and shall deliver these materials to the disposal site designated by Chis Contract (Section 6.30; for recycling cf these waste materials. The Contractor shall make rollections with a minimum of ro ise and disturbance to the householder. Any Yazd Trash spilled by the Contractor shall be sicked up immediately by t'r.=_ Contractor. Garbage Receptacles shall be handled carefully by the Contractor, shall not be bent or otherwise abused, and shall be thoroughly emptied and then left at the FroFer Foint of collection. Metal and plastic cans shall be 7.26 Method of Collection of Recvclablea: The Contractor shall separate materials in accordance with the requirements of the Materials Recovery Facility designated for delivery of the Owner's recyclables. The Contractor shall make collection, with a minimum of noise and disturbance to [he householder. Any recyclables spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up immediately. P,ecycling containers shall be thoroughly emptied except for materials not in the program and left at the proper point of collection. 7.27 Revenues Generated from Recvclino': Any revenues generated from the sale of Recyclable Materials shall be returned directly to the Owner. 7.28 Charges for Dianosal of Recvclable Materials: In the event that Recyclable Materials are not saleable and must be disposed of at a disposal facility,or if processing fees are assessed to accept the materials, contractor will charge the Owner for the number of tons of material sc disposed multiplied by the currently effective tipping fee or processing fee as applicable. ~_ 7.29 Monitoring Records: The Contractor sha r} be responsible for maintaining .information and records adequate to determine weekly setout rates, and other information required by ovmer, the County or the State of Florida necessary to meet the requirements of the Solid Waste Managemen*_ Act or [o obtain grant funds from the Solid Waste Management Trust fun3. The Contractor shall furnish monthly reports to the Contract Administrator by the 10th of each following month containing all required information.- 7.20 Residential Recvclinc Colle lion Service 7.21 Scone: The Contractor shall collect all newspaper, glass, aluminum and metal cans, polyethylene terephthalate (PET; and high density polyethylene (HDPE) bottles set out for the purpose of recycling from, all Dwelling Units within the service area whose waste materials are not collected by Mechanical Container. As it becomes appropriate or beneficial, other items may be added to the list at the direction of the Contract Administrator upon agreement with the Contractor. Likewise, if it becomes unfeasible or financially impractical to continue collection of any one of the above items, the Contractor may petition the Contract Administrator for approval to discontinue collection of those items. Where an increase or decrease in the items collected affects the operational costs of the contractor, the Contractor and the Contract Administrator shall negotiate an appropriate adjustment in the rate paid to the Contractor per household. 7.22 Freaueacv of Collec tion• The Contractor shall collect .Recyclable Materials within the service area one (1; time per week. - 7.23 Bours of Collection: Collection shall begin no earlier than seven o'clock (7:00) a.m. and shall cease no later than six o'clock (6:00) p.m.; provided however that in the event of emergency or unforeseen circumstances, collection may be permitted at a time not allowed by this paragraph following approval by the Contract Administrator or designee. 7.24 Point cf Pickup of Recvclablea• Collection of recyclables shall be at Curbside or right of way. where the resident of a dwelling are disabled due to age or infirmity, the Contractor shall provide Backdoor Collection Serviee at no additional cost upon approval by the City. In the event an appropriate location canner he agreed upon, the Contract Administrator shall designate the location. 7.25 Receptacles: The Contractor shall pick up all recyclables which have been properly prepared for collection and placed in recycling containers or paper bags and set at Curbside. The Owner shall maim sin an adequate supply of recycling containers (simular to those currently being used) to provide for new residents or to replace [hose lost, stolen, broken or faded. F,11 Garbaga, ast:es, and Rubbish stall be placed in a Garbage Receptacle ar.d shall be elated at Curbsidz or ac such other sirs le collection point as may be agreed upon by the Contractor and [he customer. Bulky (Nor:-containerized) Eousehold Trash, and xousehold Furniture shall be collected at Curbside provided that no item may e:<ceed five (5) feet in length or fifty (50) pounds in weight. White Goods need not be containerized. 7.16 Method of Collection• The Contractor shall make collections vrith a minimum of noise and disturbance to the rteuseholder. Any Garbage or trash spilled by the Contractor shall be picked up immediately by the Contractor. Garbage Receptacles shall be handled carefully by the Contractor, shall not be bent or otherwise abused, and shall be thozoughly emptied and left at the proper point of collection. Garbage Receptacles shall be inverted with covers placed topside- up on the ground next to the container. Any Garbage Receptacle found in a rack, cart or enclosure of any kind shall be zeturned upright, to such rack, cart or enclosure and lids shall be placed securely and properly on the top of said Garbage Receptacles. In the event of damage, the Contractor shall be re3ponsible for the timely repair cr replacement of Garbage Receptacles. A.11 plastic bags will be disposed of along with contents. 7.i~ Vacant Lots: The contractor shall collect trash from normal maintenance of vacant lots that are within the service area in the same manner as the collection from residences. It will not be the responsibility of the Contractor tc remove trash resulting from clearing property for building purposes or from illegal dumping. If it is the practice of the area residents to place [heir Yard Trash or Solid waste ir. the right-of-way of a vacant lot, tY.at waste shall also be collected in the same manner as the collection from residences, provided that such materials have been properly prepared and placed at Curbside. 7..6 Litter Containers Collection Service at Bus Stops and Parkins Areas on City Right of Way: The Contractor shall provide for solid waste collection twice per week at approximate 33 locations listed by the Contract Administrator. The Owner may revise Chis list from time [c time tc add and delete locations at no additional charge. ?. L° Illegal Dumps: The Contractor will assign one (1) truck (wi ci: crews; to work on the collection of illega'_ dumpings on the City Richt cf Way ore da;i per week. The Contract Administrator cr his designee will provide a list of priority sites each week fez collecticn. %~1~ Residential Solid waste Collection Services '.11 Scope: The Contractor shall have the exclusive right to collect and dispose of all solid waste (other than waste within etheudserviceS areanwhosei waste mate~als~na re nnot collected by Mechanical Container. 7.12 Frequencv o' Coll r' n The Contractor shall collect refuse from places of residence within the Contract service area two i2) times per week, with collections at least three (31 days apart. 7.13 Hours of Collection: Collection shall begin no earlier than 7:00 o'clock a.m., and shall cease no later than 6:00 o'clock p.m. Monday through Friday. rn the case of an emergency, collection may be permitted at times not allowed by this paragraph, provided the Contractor has received prior approval from the Contract Administrator. No collection shall occur on Sundays or holidays except in a time of em<rgency, or to maintain a regular schedule due to holidays recognized by the Contractor. Special pickups may be requested by customers at additional cost which shall be billed by the contractor to the Customer.' 7.14 Foiat of Pickua• ~ Collections of residential solid waste shall be at Curbside or right-of-way. ;Ahere the resident of a dwelling are disabled due to age or infirmity, the Contractor shall provide Backdoor Collection Service at no additional cost upon approval by the City. In the event an appropriate location cannot be agreed upon, the Contract Administrator shall designate the location. The Contractor shall establish a twice weekly pick-up schedule for all White Goods and Household Furniture. For purposes of disposal, the contractor shall keen all White Goods separate from other solid waste. The Contractor shall notify the customer as to their specified weekly pickup days. For residential collection service, no additional charge for the collection of White Gooda shall be made. Nothing in this section shall recuire the Contractor to remove waste resulting from construction activity or the clearance of vacant lots, except as further required in Section 7.i7 of this Contract. %.15 Receptacle The Contractor shall be required to pick uo all Garbage, Rubbish, Household Furniture and White Goods c=negated from zesider.[ial units which have been properly prepared and stored for ccliecCion as follows: 2. Yard trash will be dispcszd of at Duval County M1P~lching Facility on ?:ra lips highway. 3. White goods will be disposed of at Duval County white goods recyclinc facility or. Superior Streit. 4. Recyclables ccl:ected from curbside will be disposed of at th=_ Duval Cou.^.ty franchise facility on Phillips Highway. The use of thes=_ sites is provided for under an rote riocal agreement by and between The City of Atlantic Beach, Florida and the consolidated government of the City of Jacksonville, Duval County Florida and the Cwner will be responsibl_ for any disposal charges associated with the use of these facilities. Any future rebates which may be granted by the City of Jacksonville (County) to the City of Atlantic Beach for recycled materials will be remitted to the City of F.t lartic Beach. 6.40 SCOPE OF SERVICE: The Owner hereby grants the Contractor t.:. exclusivz right during the term cf this Agreement to provide solid waste and recycling collection services within the bounds of the territories governed by the Owner, except Special Waste, Eazardous Waste, Biomedical Waste and Sludge, as follows: COLLECTION SERVICES TO SE PERFORMED DOEIIMENT' REF$RENCE Residential Solid Waste 7. 10 Residential Recycling x. 20 Residential Yard Trash 7. 30 Multi-Family Solid Waste 7 .40 Multi-Family Recycling 7 .50 Commercial Solid Waste 7 .60 Commercial Recycling ~ ~70 R~Off Co llectio.^. 7 .80 5.SC Exclusions: In the event that, at the *_ime of award of this Contract, certain cel_ection services included in the srope of service are provided under separate written service ae reem_nts r.ot eoverned by an exclusive contract cr franchise agzeeme r.c gra r,ted by Owner, such existing service agreements, if any, shall not be permitted to be renewed beyond th=_ curr=_nt ~_-,.~ of any such wr a ten service agreement. ARTICLE II SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED BY CONTRACTOR 5.00 DESCRIPTION_OF WORK ,.,,. The Contractor sha'_1 provide certain solid waste and recycling collection services within the limits of Atlantic Beach, Florida. The Contractor shall have the exclusive right to provide such collection services in accordance with the terms hereof. 5.02 The Contractor is aware of the requirements of the Florida Solid Waste Management P.ct and is responsible for determining the impact of this legislation on its cnerations. 6.03 The Contractor shall provide, at its own expense, all labor, insurance, supervision, machinery and equipment, plant building, trucks and any other tools, equipment, accessories ar.3 things necessary to maintain the standard of collections set forth herein. 5. 1G Protection of Adiacent Property and Ttilities: The Contractor shall conduct its work rn such a manner as to avoid damage to adjacent private or public property and sna11 immediately repair or pay for'any damage incurred through its operations. The Contractor shall take cognizance of all existing utilities and it shall operate with due care in the vicinity of such utilities and shall immediately repair cr have repaired at no additional cost to the owner any breakage or damage caused by its operation. 6.2C Soillaoe: The Contractor shall net litter or cause any spillage to occur upon the premises or the rights-of-way wherein the collection shall occur. The Contractor may refuse to collet[ any Refuse that has not been placed in a receptacle, as provided herein. During hauling, all Refuse shall be contained, tied, or enclosed so that leaking, scil ling, and blowing is prevented. Zn the event of any spillage caused by the Contractor, the Contractor shall orcmotly clean up all spillage. 5.30 Disposal Sites: All materials shall be hauled to the sites identified below; or, to other permitted sites or facilities as agreed to in writing by the Contractor and the Contract ldministrator. Designated Disposal Sitea: 1. Garbage, refuse, and construction and demolition dF'cris, which includes materials collected from trash barrels, and illegal dumps (refuse/trash? will be disposed of at Traiiridge Landfill. work being performed under these Specifications. 5.58 IInifozm Level of Service: Shall mean any and all Garbage and trash, whether commercial or residential, which conforms to the preparing and storage requirements of this Contract. 5.59 Fihite Goods: Includes discarded washers, dryers, refrigerators, ranges, water heaters, freezers, small air conditioning units, and other similar domestic large appliances. 5.60 Work: Any work, services, materials, parts or equipment furnished under and made part of the Contract. 5.61 Yard Trash: Shall mean Vegetative Matter resulting from landscaping maintenance (other than wastes generated by tree surgeons or landscapers), including accumulation of lawn, grass, shrubbery cuttings or clippings and dry leaf rakings, palm fronds, small tree branches (which shall not exceed five (5) feet in length and five (5) inches in diameter), bushes or shrubs, green leaf cuttings, fruits, or other matter usually created as refuse in the care of lawns and yards, except large branches, trees, ox bulky or non- -containerized material not susceptible to rigrmal loading and collection in loader packer type sanitation equipment used for regular collections from domestic households. All yard trash shall be containerized or bundlEd with the exception of limbs. No bundle or filled container shall be over forty (40) pounds in weight. limi[?d to, paper, r„agazines, packaging, containers, rags, excelsior and other packing material, bottles and cans, excluding Recyclable Materials. 5.50 Sharps: Shall mean those biomedical wastes which as a result of their physical characteristics are capable of puncturing, lacerating or otherwise breaking the skin when handled. 5.51 Sludge: includes the accumulated solids, residues, and precipitates generated as a result of waste treatment or processing, including wastewater treatment, water supply treatment, or operation of an air polluticn control facility, and mixed liquids and solids pumped from septic tanks, grease traps, privies, or similar waste disposal appurtenances. 5.52 Solid Waste: Includes Refuse, Yard Trash, Clean Debris, Construction and Demolition (C6D) Debris, White Goods, Special Waste, ashes, Sludge, or other discarded material, including solid, liquid, semisolid, or contained gaseous material resulting from domestic, industrial, commercial, -mining, agricultural, or governmental operations. 5.53 Solid Waste Dianoeal Facility: Shall mean~any solid waste management facility which is the final resting place for Solid Waste, including Landfills and irjCineration facilities that produce ash from the process of incinerating municipal Solid Waste. S.Sa_ Special Service: Shall mean any collection or disposal service provided which exceeds the uniform level of service provided under commercial or residential services systems and for which a special charge is applied. 5.55 special waste: Shall mean Solid wastes that can require special handling and management, which are not accepted at a Landfill or other disposal facility or which are accepted at a Landfill or ether disposal facility at higher rates t har. is charged for Refuse, including, but rot limited to, asbestos, White Goode, whole tire, used oil, mattresses, furniture, lead-acid batteries, contaminated soils and Biomedical Wastes. 5.56 Specifications: Direction, provisions and requirements contained in the Invitation to Bid, Instructions to Bidders, Special Provisions, General Conditions, Technical Specifications (if any), bid Form, Bonds (if any), together with any written Contract made or to be made setting out or relating to [he methods and manner for the work to be carried out. 5.5. Subcontractor: Shall mean any person, firm or corporation other than the Contractor supplying labor or materials for stream. 5.41 Recvclinc• Shall mean ary process by which Solid Waste, cr materials which otherwise become solid waste, are collected, separated, or processed and reused or returned to use in the form of raw materials or products. 5.42 Refuse: Shall mean both Rubbish and Garbage or a combination Or mixture of Rubbish and Garbage, including paper, glass, metal and other discarded matter, excluding Recyclable Materials. 5.43 Refuse Reculatioas• Shall hereir. refer to regulations and ordinances prescribed by the Owner together with such administrative rules, regulations and procedures as may be established for the purpose of carding out or making effective the provision of this Contract. 5.44 Remodeliao and Rome Reoaire Trash: Shall mean materials accumulated by the homeowner or tenant during the course of a self-performed improvement oroject which shall be prepared in lengths not to exceed five (51 feet or forty (40) pounds :in weight. ~^ 5.45 Residential Service- Sitall refer to the 'Refuse and/or recyclables collection services provided to persons occupying residential dwelling units githin the designated service area, including dwelling units located in Multi Family Residential complexes containing three (3) or less live in units or in mobile home parks, and who receive collection services at Curbside. 5.4o Rollout cart: Atwo-wheeled container with attached lid and 'randle, available in approximately 90 gallon size, designed to be dumped mechanically into a hopper. 5.47 Roll-off Container: Ary unit, container, or enclosure including, but not limited to i0, 20, 30, 40, and 50 cubic yard detachable un.i is which can be used for Solid Waste, Recyclable Materials, or Construction and Demolition Debris. A Roll-Off Container may be an open top container or ar. enclosed container with a compaction unit. 5.48 Roll-Off Container Collection Services Tine service provided to customers for the collection cf solid wastes, Recyclable Materials, or Construction and Demolition Debris using a Roll-Gff Container which is transported to a licensed solid waste management facility for processing and/or dumping. 5.4'r Rubbish: Shall mean waste material other than Garbage, which is usually attendant to domestic households or housekeeping, and to the operation of stores, offices and other business places. This shall include, but is not 5. 3:~ Loose Refuse: Fr,y Refuse, either Garbage or Household Trash stored in and collected from any type of container cther Chan a mechanical container or garbage can as described in Sectior. 5.25 and 5.34. Refuse which is collected from the Ground is coca idered Loose Refuse. 5.33 Materials Recovery Facility MRF Shall mean any facilities operated for the purpose of receiving, sorting, processing, storinc, and/or preparing Recyclable Materials for sale. 5.34 Mechanical Container: Sha11 mean and include any detachable metal container designed or intended to be mechanically dumoed into a loader/packer type of garbage truck used by the Contractor. 5.35 Multi Family Residential: Sha 11 mean any building containing four (4) or mor=_ permanent living units, not including Motels and Hotels, which is se rvice3 by Mechanical Container(s). 5.3o Multi-Family Residential Collection Service_ Shall refer co the refuse and/or recyclables collection services provided to persons occucying residential dwelling units within the designated service area, including 'dwelling units iocate3 in mobile hom=_ parks, and who are serviced by Mechanical Container. 5.37 owner: Shall mean the City, as defined in Section 5.07. 5.38 Potent'al Recyclable Materials: Shall mean a Recyclable Material that cannot be sold by the generator either for a positive ¢onetary value or cannot be donated by the generator for the equivalent of having the material stored, loaded, removed. 5.35 Recovered Materials: Sha11 m_an metal, paper, glass, plastic, textile, or rubber materials that have known recycling ootential, can be feasibly recycled, and have been diverted and sou zce separated or have been removed from the solid waste stream for sale, use er reuse as raw materials, whether or not the materials require subsequent processing or separation from each other, but does not irc Jude materials destined for any use that constitutes disposal. Recovered Materials as described above are not Solid Waste. 5. :~ Recyclable Materials: Shall mean newspapers, extra materials (including rose rtsi, alumi mom, beverage cans, olastic beverage and d_[ergent containers, glass bottles and jars, corrugated cardboard, bzowr, paper bags, tin and ferrous cans, and other solid waste materials added upon Agreement between the Owner and the Contractor, when such materials have been either diverted from the remainiry solid waste stream or removed from Che remaining solid waste 5.27 Hazardous Waste: Shall mean any Solid Waste, (ever. though it may be part of a delivered load of waste) which: (a) is required to be accompanied by a writte r. manifest or shipping document describing the waste as "Hazardous Waste," pursuant to ary state or federal law, inc ludinc, but rot limited to, to the Resource Conservation and P.ecovery Act, 42 USC 7901, e- seq. as amended and the regulations promulgated thereunder; or (b) contains polychlorinated biphenyls or any other substance the stcrage, treatment or disposal of which is subject to regulation under the Toxic Substances Cort rol Act, 15 JSC 2601, et sea. as amended and the regulations promulgated thereunder; or (c) contains a "reportable quantity" of one or more "Hazardous Substances," as defined in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Comoensation and Liability Act, 42 JSC 9601, et sea. as amended and the regulations promulgated thereunder or as defined under Elorida Administrative Code Section 17-7.G20 (24) and regulations promulgated thereunder; or (d) contains a radioactive material the storage or disposal of which is subject to state and federal regulation. '~ ~ _ 5.28 Hotel or Motel: Shall mean a structure or building units(s) capable of being utilized for residential living where such a unit or a group of sucji units is regularly rented to transients or held cut or advertised to the public as a place regularly rented to transients for periods of seven days or less. To meet this definition, the Hotel or Morel must be licensed to operate as such. For the purposes of this agreement, such properties shall receive Commercial and Commercial Recycling Collection Services. 5.29 Household Furniture: Shall mean all movable compactible articles or apparatus, such as chairs, tables, sofas, mattresses, e[c., for equipping a house. x.30 Household Trash: Shall herein refer to accumulations of paper, magazines, packaging, containers, sweepings, and all other accumulations of a nature other than Garbage or Garden and Yard Trash, which are usual to housekeepinc and to the operation of residences. Household Trash shall include, but nor. be limited to, all small appliances, small furniture, curtain/drapery rods, yard toys, and building material waste from residential do-it-yourself projects. Special Waste and waste generated by building contractors or Subeontractora is not Household Trash. 5.31 Landfill: Shall mea r, ary solid waste land disposal area fcr which a permit, other than a general permit, is required by s- 4C3.707, Florida Statutes, that receives Solid Waste for disposal ir. or upon land other Chan a land-spreading site, injection well, er a surface impoundment. S.lA Curbside: Sha11 herein refer to the designated physical location for the placement of refuse accumulations and containers intended for residential service collection and disposal. This designated location sY.a 11 be as near as possible but no mcre than ten (10) feet, from the traveled streets or alley. The intention of a Curbside designation is to alloy collection by the Contractor's personnel in a rapid manner with walking or reaching minimalized. 5.19 Deoartmeat: Shall mean the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 5.20 Desiccated Facility: Shall mean a disposal, processing, recovery, recycling or transfer facility meeting all applicable local, state and federal licensing and permitting regulations. 5.21 Disposal Costs: Sha11 mean the 'tipping fees" or landfill costs or processing fees charged to the Contractor by others for disposal or processing of the wastes or recyclables collected by the Contractor. 5.22 .Dwelling Dnit: Shall mean any type Hof structure or building unit intended for or capable of being utilized for residential living other than a Hotel or Mdtel unit. 5.23 Fiscal Year: Shall mean the period between October 1 and September 30 of the following year. 5.24 Garbage: Shall mean all kitchen and table food waste and/or animal or vegetative waste that is attendant with or results from the storage, preparation, cooking, or handling of food materials; and any bottles, cans, or other containers, excluding recyclable containers, utilized in normal household use, which due to their ability to retain water, may serve a breeding places for mosquitos and other insects. 5.25 Garbage Receotacle: Shall mean any ccmmonly available light gauge steel, plastic, or galvanized receptacle of a non-absorbent material, closed at one end and open at the other, furnished with a closely fitted top or lid and handle(s). A receptacle also includes a heavy duty, securely tied, plastic bag designed for use as a garbage receptacle. Any receptacle including waste materials shall not exceed forty (40) gallons in capacity or forty (40) pounds in weight. 5.25 Gross Collection Receipts: All revenue collected by the Contractor for providing collect ion Services to its customers within the service area excluding tipping fees and governmental taxes. 5.09 Collection• Shall mean the Garbage, yard trash, whitegoods oorsRecyclable SMaterial tes removed and transported to a Designated Facility. 5.10 Commercial Rec clin Collection Collection of Recyclable Mateei le byc the Contractornf rom Business entities within the service area. 5.11 Commercial Solid Waste Collection Service: Shali herein refer to the service provided to business establishments, churches, schools, office buildings and other establishments using either Mechanical Containers or other approved containers. Commercial service does not include businesses which elect to use Roll-off Container Collection Services. 5.12 Comnactor• Shall mean any container which has compaction mechanisms} whether stationary or mobile, all inclusive. 5.13 Construction and Demolition Debris: .considered to be not water soluble andt nonhazardous lin nature, including, but not limited to, ste2l,. glass, brick, concrete, or asphalt roofing material,' 'pipe, gypsum wallboard, and lumber, from the construction or destructicn of a structure a part of a construction or demolition proiect, and including rocks, soils, tree remains, and other vegetative Matter which normally results from land clearing or land development operations for a construction project. 5.14 Cuntainerized Residential Rec clin Collection Service: Shall mean the collection of Recyclable Materials from persons occupying residential dwelling units within the service area, and who are serviced by Mechanical Container; and, the delivery of these recyclables to a Materials Recycling Facility. 5.15 Contract Administrator: Sha11 mean the person designated by [he Owner who shall act as the Owners representative during the term of this Agreement. 5.16 Contractor or Vendor: Refuse Services, Inc. (RSI) d/b/a Jacksonville Waste Control (JWC). 5.17 County: Shall mean the City of Jacksonville City Ccuncil acting as &oard of County Commissioners of Duval County, Florida.. 5.00 DEFINITIONS 5.01 Agreement: The Solid Waste Collection and Recycling Agreement executed by the Owner and the Contractor for the performancz of the work described herein, and the attached exhibits. 5.02 Authorized Representative: The employee or employees designated in writing by the City- of Atlantic Beach City Manager to represent the Owner in the administration and suoervisior. of this acreem.ent. 5.03 Backdoor Service: Shall mear. any physical location for the placement of Solid Waste, recyclables or Yard Trash accumulations on the customer's property intended for Residential Service collection and disposal that is not "Curbside". S.G4 Biomedical Waste: Shall mean ary Solid Waste or liquid waste which may present a threat of infection to humans. Tlie term includes, but is not limited to, non-liquid human tissue and body parts: laboratory and veterinary waste which contain human-disease-causing agents; discarded disposable shares, human blood, and human blood p4pducts and body fluids; and other materials which in the opinion of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services re?resent a significant risk of infection tompersons outside the generating facility. 5.05 Biological Waste: Sha11 mean Solid Waste that causes or has the capability of causing disease or infection and includes, but is not limited to, Biomedical Waste, diseased or dead animals, and other wastes capable of transmitting pathogens to humans or animals. 5.05 Hulk Yard Trash: Shall mean large cuttings of vegetative and wood matter which are part of normal yard maintenance which cannot be cut for placement in a container, bag or bundle due to the material exceeding the weight and size restrictions for regular Yazd Trash. Bulk Yard Trash shall be of a type as to be readily handled by the mechanical equipment of the Owner and shall not exceed six ;6) feet in length. 5.07 e'-i tv: City of Atlantic Beach or an Authorized Representative. 5.02 Clean Debris: Shall mean any Solid Waste which is not a pollution threat to groundwater and surface waters and is not a fire hazard and which is likely to retain its physical and chemical structure under erpec[ed conditions of disposal or use. The term includes contaminated concrete, including embedded pipe or steel, brick, glass, ceramics and other wastes designated by the Department. 4.00 ADDITIONAL CONTRACT CONDITIONS 4.10 Purchase of City of Atlantic Beach -Owned Enuinment• The CONTRACTOR agrees to purchase the various solid waste collection equipment, as included on Attachment A. The CONTRACTOR shall pay $225,420 the amount established in the owners bid documents, and shall make payment, in full, prior to the commencement of work. 4.20 Hiring of Muaicinal Emnlovees: CONTRACTOR agrees to hire all of the Owner's qualified municipal solid waste and recycling collection personnel, if any, as included on Attachment B. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain employment for these individuals and provide all wages and benefits as provided for in the CONTRACTOR'S bid proposa= for same. SOLID WASTE and RECYCLING COLLECTION AGREEMENT TH15 FF..ANCHISE AGP.E Ei4EfiT made and entered into as of this 27tr, day of January, 1995, by and between the City of Atlantic beach, a municipal corpe ration of the State of Florida hereinafter referred to as "OWNER°, whose address is 800 Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 and Refuse Services, _*nc. (d.b.a. Jacksonville Was ce Control) hereinafter referred to as "CONTRACTOR", with its principal place of business at 6501 Greenland Road, Jacksonville, Florida, 32258. Witnesseth: In consideration of the mutual benefits contained herein, the parties hereto agree as follows: ARTICLE 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1.00 LIAISON BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR A11 dealings, contracts, notice and paymeets between the contractor and the Owner shall be directed 4y„the contractor to the Contract Admiaiatrator or his/her designee. 2.00 COMMENCEMENT OP WORK The work outlined in tY.ese specifications shall commence i ^mc~ii ately upon receipt of a Notice to Proceed, but no later than February 6, 1995. 3.00 TERM.OF TBE AGREEMENT 3.10 The term cf this Contract shall be for a period beginning February 6, 1995 and terminating January 31, 2001. 3.20 The initial term of this contract may be extended on a three (3i year basis, commencing with the expiration of initial term based upon successful negotiations of the rates between the City and the contractor. Negotiations shall commence at least nine (9) months before expiration of the initial term and shall be concluded 180 prior tc the expiration of the initial term. At that time, the City shall notify the contractor in writing of its desire with regard to renewal of the contract. Fry suci: written notice shall be served by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested. Negotiation of subsequent three year extensions shall proceed in the same manner is each succeeding period of the contract. Page S of 5 Article VZ nxrjoear, ;gINANCI8I. 7tt~ INSVhANCS gg()VTZRBI~TrS (COIIt'd) 20. 00 INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS 20.10 Contractor and Subcontractor 20.20 Worker's Compensation 20.30 Comprehensive General Liability 20.40 Business Automobile Policy 20.50 Umbrella Liability 20.60 Certificate of Insurance 21 .00 COMPLIANCE with LAWS and REGULATIONS 22 .00 INDEMNITY 23 .OC BOOKS and RECORDS 24 .00 NOTICES 25 .00 ILLEGAL PROVISIONS ATTAC.~tENT A ATTACHMENT B ATTACFR~IENT C i ..-.....z..,..~ .z ~.~.,.~.. Page 4 of 5 Article IV ~-;~. CEARGES, BATES .and MODIFICATIONS 10.00 BILLING and PAYMENT 10.10 Billing Procedures 10 .11 Services Billed By the City 10 10 20 .12 Services Billed By the Contractor . Adjustments to Provide for Change 10 .21 Changes in Collection Price 10. 22 Changes in Disposal Cost 10. 23 Unusual Changes or Costs 10. 24 Changes in the Waste Stream 10. 25 Sales and Service Taxes 10.30 Modifications to Level of Service 10.40 Modifications to Scope o£ Service 10.50 Levels and Type of Service for Collection of Other Wastes A=ticla V s' s ..,,,, .,.::m _..,.,.,,,, ~.~~, CON17tACT PERPO$MSLTCS/CaMPi.aFa~rc(DEFA9LT 11.00 ~ CONTRACT PERFORMANCE ~~ 11.10 Contract Administrator Supervision 11.20 Performance Review 11.30 Right to Inspection 11.40 Enforcement and Waiver 12.00 CO-OPERATION AND CO-ORDINATION 13.00 COMPLAINTS and COMPLAINT RESOLUTION 13.10 Office _ 13.20 Complaints 13.30 Disputes About Collection of Certain Items 14.00 DEFAULT and DISPUTE of the AGREEMENT 15.00 RIGHT to REQUIRE PERFORMANCE Article VIµGENERAL. `~FINA2iCiA'G'.-~]YTID;'~LRfRANCB:~ 16.00 PERMITS and LICENSES 17.00 TITLE to MATERIALS 18.00 SUBCONTRACTORS 19.00 BONDS and SURETIES 19.10 Performance Bond 19.20 Requirements as to Surety Page 3 of 5 Article II au. r. SERVICES to be PERFORDfED by the CONTRACTOR 7.68 Service Agreements 7.7G Commercial Recycling Collection Service 7.71 Scope 7.00 SOLID WASTE E RECYCLING COLLECTION SERVICES 7 .72 Frequency of Collection 7 .73 Hours of Collection 7 .74 Point of Pickup of Commercial Recyclables 7 .75 Commercial Recyclable Materials P.eceptacles 7 .76 Method of Collection of Commercial Recyclables 7 .77 Revenues Generated from Recycling 7 .78 Charges for Disposal of Recyclable Materials 7 .79 Monitoring Records and Service Agreements 7.80 Rolloff Container Collectiori.Services 7. 81 Scope ~ 7. 82 Frequency of Collection ~ ' 7. 83 Hours of Collection 7. 84 Point of Collection'of Rolloff Containers 7. 85 Rolloff Containers 7. 86 Method of Collection 7. 87 Method of Invoicing for Rolloff Container Collection Services 7 .88 Rolloff Container Recycling Collection Services 7 .89 Exclusions and Service Agreements Article III _!y>;!H,GSNbRA7.,:CONDITIOHB ~aad4IIALITY of SERVICE B.OC GENERP.I, CONDITIONS 8. 10 Schedules 8. 20 Routes 8. 30 Storms and Hurricanes 8. 40 Holidays 8. 50 Collection Equipment 8. 60 Special Waste, Infectious Waste, Hazardous Waste, et al 5.00 QUALITY OF SERVICE and COMPLIANCE 9. 10 Contractor's Office 9. 20 Notification [o Customers 9. 30 Contractor's Officers 9. 40 Dangerous Animals and Refuse Collection 9. 50 Conduct of Employees 9. 60 Compliance with State, Federal and Municipal Law 9. 70 Fair Labor Standards Act 9. 80 Other Employee Benef ics Page 2. of 5 (COat~d) 7.00 7.40 7.SC 7.60 Azticle II ,.~.~ SER DICES to be YERPORMID by the CONTIUCTOR 7.31 Scope 7.32 Frequency of Collection SOLID WASTE 6 RECYCLING COLLECTION SERVICES 7. 33 Hours of Collection 7. 34 Point of Pickup of 'lard Trash and Bulk Yard Trash 7. 35 Preparation of Yard Trash and Bulk Yard Trash for Collection 7. 36 Method of Collection of Yard Trash and Bulk Yard Trash 7. 37 Charges for Disposal of Yard Trash 7. 36 Vacant Lots 7. 39 Recordkeeping Multi-Family Solid Waste Colllection Service 7. 41 Scope ~ 7. 42 ' ' Frequency of Collection 7. 43 Hours of Collection 7. 44 Point of Pickup of Multi-Family Solid Wastes 7. 45 Accumulation cf Multi-Family Solid Wastes 7. 46 Method of Collection of Multi-Family Solid Wastes 7. 47 Exclusions 7. 48 Pre-Existing Service Agreements - Multi-Family Recycling Collection Services 7 .51 Scope 7 .52 Frequency of Collection 7 .53 Hours of Collection 7 .54 Po i.nt of Pickup of Multi-Family Recyclable Materials 7 .55 Accumulation of Multi-Fam i.ly Recyclable Materials 7 .56 Method of Collection of Multi-Family Recyclables 7 .57 Revenues Generated from Recycling 7 .56 Charges for Disposal of Recyclable Materials 7 .55 Monitoring Records Commercial Solid Waste Collection 7 .61 Scope 7 .62 Frequency of Collection 7 .63 Hours of Collection 7 .64 Point of pickup of Commercial Solid waste 7 .65 Commercial Solid Waste Receptacles 7 .65 Method of Collection of Com rercial Solid Wastes 7 .67 Exclusions Page 1 of 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Article I hrivv Gg13RA1,;;INFORM7iTION 1.00 LIAISON BETWEEN CITY AND CONTRACTOR 2.00 COMMENCEMENT OF WORK 3.00 TERM OF THE AGREEMEP?T 3.10 Original Contract 3.20 Renewal Option 4.00 ADDITIONAL CONTRACT CONDITIONS 4.10 Purchase of Cit Owned E 4.20 Hiring of Municipal Employeesent 5.00 DEFINITION OF TERMS Article IZ ~'r~ 9$8VIC8S. to~;be•~PSEpONNBD,, the~~CONTRACTOE 6.C0 ~ DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK ~ -_»_,..w,~.... 6:10 Protection of Adjacent Propefty and Utilities 6.20 Spi7.lage 6.30 Disposal Sites 6.40 Scope of Service 6.50 Exclusions 7.00 7 1o SOLID WASTE & RECYCLING COLLECTION SERVICES . 7 11 Curbside Solid Waste Collection Service . Scope 7 .12 _ Frequency of Collection 7 .13 Hours of Collection 7 7 .14 15 Point of Pickup of Curbside Solid Wastes . Receptacles 7 .16 Method of Collection of Curbside Solid Wastes 7 .17 Vacant Lots 7 7 .18 19 Litter Conrainers Collections . Illegal Dumps 7.20 7 21 Curbside Recycling Collection Service . Scope 7. 22 Frequency of Collecticn 7. 23 Hours of Collection 7. 24 Point of Pickup of Curbside Recyclable Materials 7. 25 Receptacles 7 26 Method of Collection of Curbside 7 27 Recyclable Materials . 7 26 Revenues Generated from Recycling . 7 29 Charges for Disposal of Recyclable Materials . 7 30 Monitoring Records . Curbside Yard Trash Collection Service SOLID WASTE PRIVATIZATION CONTRACT ;: . :; .L ~~ ~e6 Q~ ~~~ ~s ~s~ ~a ~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ - ~~ ~~ ~ ~~ i ~~ ~e H n 6 ~~ .., ~~ a~ ~~ 3~~~ e s a, 6F ~~~~ ~~G~y:i ~e~Ei ~~ ~~~ ~~~ Sg ~~ ~~ w ~` ~- ~ - _ _ _ .- -- - o U O _ p~g~ sy a ~~ ~~ ~ ~ !e~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ n G6 ~~¢ p S®~K ga gn ~ p g ES g ~ ~~~~ v ~?a ~SL $t `a5 a f a 5~ a ~ 3 ~~ $ ~~n ~~ ~~ ~~ g~ b E ~ ~ ~~~~ ~ ~°~ ~~ ~g ~_ _ ~ ~ a ~ ~ is ~Q~ ~ ~Q ~ gbW ~~e ~ e~~ ~~ ~~~ S tI ~ g6 Ee G rtprtp a 2a~~ b ~Eg ~~ ~~6 g ~_ydydee ~ i ~ ±s Oeg ~ ~° ~°- a g5 ~~ ~! ~ ~~ ~i~ i~ .~ d 3 d e i g ~ach [n ut'f' D CITY OF f~tlaeftie 6"eae! - ~larCda a00 SFAIf.YOLE R01p ATI,AnTIC 6Eita, FLORfOA !33 )1Sa15 TF.[,EPFIO\'E (!Oa 3i1.Va0 FA% ryan 31ilp] November 6, 195< CITY OF ATLANTIC HEACH REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES The City of Atlantic Beech., Florida requires cestinE servlc es during construction of the Atlantic Beach Was Cevater treatment Plant Improvements snd Y.l scellaneous Un Lder,tSfled Prof acts. Time of Consrruc tfon W111 be approximately from Jenua ry 1995 to June 1996. Scope of services will consist of performing [he fol loving concrete and soils testing: Concrete lia [e riels Testing; Concrete Strength Tests; Soils Classification Testing; Gptimum Y.ofs[ure Testing; in Piece Ders1[y Testing; end Limerock Bear Sng Ratio Testing. Details of testing requfreneata are available from the Office of the Purchasing Agen [, telephone (904) 247--5818. Proposals are [o be received no later than 5:00 PH, Honday, December 5, 1994. Deliver proposals to Purchasing Agent, City of Atlantic Beach, 800 Sem;nole Road. Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233. Questions concerning [his request should be dlrecced to: Aober[ S. Rosoy, P.E., Public Gorky Director/Engineer, City of Atlantic Beach, 1200 Sandpiper Lane, Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233, (904) 247-5834. The firm selected to provide testing servic ea viii be contacted for final negotiations,. Prices proposed must wain valid for 6 months frog submittal. A Certif lca[e of Iraurence, naming the City of A[lancic Hcach as an additional insured, will be required of the successful firm. A lfat of flue (5) references tes[ifylna to mum iclpal work of this nacu re 1s required of ell firms subMCting proposals. PCHLIC ENTITY GRIfiES - Pm person submitting z bid or proposal Sn response to this request must erecute Form FUR 7068, SWORN STATEttENT UFUER SECTION 287.133(A), FLORIDA STATUTES ON PUBLIC ENTITY CRIF:ES. This form is available frog the Off lea of the Purchasing Agenc, telephone (904) 247-581 R. f. 'f 1• k ,1 f! R•••• f; R f R R k 1 h• R; f k a R• fi 1, /, /, k R FI.ORI OA TINES-UNION: Please publfah one elms on Sunday, November 6, 1994. Submit tad by Joan LaVakc - Z47-5818. FEE SCHEDULE CRY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA PR0.ECT: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS AND MISCELUNEOUS UNIDENTIFIED PROJECT'S LAW PROPOSAL NO. 84.2018M A. PERSONNEL RATES 1. Technician Rates ' a. Chic/ Engsieeretg Technician, Per hour ............... S b. Senor Mefatr/Senior TeMnirian, Per hour ............ S a Engineering Technio~an, Per hour ................... S d. AWS Cernhed Welding InsPapor. Per hour ............ S 65.00 36.75 30.OU 40.00 2. Enainee~..± Rates a.. Project Constructiwn Engineer, E.I., Per hour ......... . b. ~ipr ~SUUCtpn E S ngineer, P.E., Par hour .......... S 74.00 84.00 NOTE: Services Per(pmeo by engmeemg ~ryny,~ before 7:30 AM or after 4:00 PM on weekdays and on weekergs or holidays wi8 be invoiced itt bask rates shown ai,we muhiplied by a faGOr of 1.50. ESTIMATE OF COSTS FOR TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES PAGE 2 ITEM E IN-PLACE DENSITY TESTS 1) Engineering terhnitlan to visit projed site and perform in-place density tests (ASTM 0. 2937 a ASTM D-2922). Number and costs for Item E Tests. Th"aty (30) tests at 516.00 eatli .... S 480.00 ITEM F LIMEROCK BEARING RATIO TESTS 1) Engineerng tecbnidan to vied project Site. sample materials and perform LBR Tes6 in accordance wdh F.D.O.T. procedures. Number and costs for Item F iesfs. Three tests at f300.00, each ..... -.~ S 900.00 ITEM G ROUND TRIP TRANSPORTATION INCLUDING MI F GE TIME AND EQUIPMENT CHARGES Number and COStS for Item G. One hundred (t00) trips at 535.00 Per hip S 3500.00 TOTAL COSTS BASED ON ABOVE WANTTTIES ................. S 6760.00 NOTE: Services requested and performed before 7:30 AM a after 4:00 PM on vneekdays and on rreekerMs a State of Fbrida remgr~ed Noidays wig be invoiced at the rates shown above multiplied by a factor W 7.50. ESTIMATE OF COSTS FOR TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA PROJECT: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS UNIDENTIFIED PROJECTS LAW PROPOSAL NO. 94T918M ITEM A CONCRETE MATERIALS TESTING 1) Engineering technician to obtain samples from batch plant of Portland Cement Course and Fine Aggregates and perform the fdbwing tests: a. Sample. store, and obtain min certificates on PortlarM cement util2ed on the City of Atlantic Beactr projects b. Sample and peform gradation tests on course and fine aggregates uti1¢ed in the production of Portland cement oonuete (ASTM C•138) arM ASTM C-117). c Sample and perform spetlfic gravity tests on course and fine aggregates (ASTM C-127 or ASTM C-128). d. Sample and perform absorption tests w worse and fine aggregates (ASTM G 127 - ASTM C-128). e. Perform unit weight on course aggregate and fine aggregate (ASTM G29). Number and vests for Item A Tests. Two tests at 5259.00 per test ...... S 500.00 ITEM 8 CONCRETE STRENGTH STING 1) Engineerng technician to visit project site. mold three standard compressive strength sPedmens, perform slump and air wntent tests on plastic concrete mbr retard temperature of wrhttete and air. reconf concrete design data and botching data, transport, are, test and report strength test (ASTM G39). Number artd costs for Item B Tests. Frve samples at 540.00 per sample S 200 00 ITEM C SOILS CLASSIFICATION TESTING t) Engineenrg technhcian to visit project site, obtain soil samples for rJassification testing, peform natural moisture wntent (ASTM 0.2216) and grain site determination, vrasn 200 sieve, (ASTM D-1140)_ Number and vests for Item C Tests. Five samples at 540 00 each .... S 200.00 ITEM D OPTIMUM MOISTURE TESTING 1) Engineering technician to visit project site, sample soils, peform modified proctor test (ASTM 0.1557), perform grain s¢e anaysis and report. Number and vests for Item D Tests. Ten tests at 5700.00 each ....... S 1,000.00 ~: ..K" City of Atlantic Beach December 5, 1994 Page 3 Authorizatbn To auNOdze us to proceed with the testing services and to make Nis proposal, our statement of General Conditions, and other encbsures Ne agreement between us, please execute tbe attached Proposal Acceptance Sheet and return one copy to us. Arty exceptions b this proposal or spacial requirements not covered in Ne proposal shoukf be IistM on the proposal Acuptxtce Sheet You may auttwi¢e us to begin the proposed project by issukrg us a punYrase oMer. If you elect b asue a purchase order. Please delete and initial wording that tloes not appy to professional service mntraris and reference Nis proposal in the purchase enter. We appredate your consideration of Law Engineerng for !Frees services arM are bokirg forward to SelVlnlg as yWf 9eotechnicepwnstruction rrlatkwlal5 tesMg GonSUlhrrt on Nis ane oNer fuhlfe projects. ~~Y tn+N Yours. LAW ENGINEERING, INC. %~~-~~.~ Brya t B. Wikfes Chief Engineering Technician i /. ~,~ KenneN H. Loefgren, P.E. Business Devebpment Manager Attachments: Fee Schedule Proposal Acceptance Sheet General Contlibons BBW/KHL:Imc Cary of Auanbc Beach December 5, 1994 Page 2 Conduct in-place density tests in the buikfing area, pavement areas and utility exWVation backfm to dowment the percent compaction achieved by me contractor. Conduct laboratory tests on stabilized subgmde materials to inUude grain size analysis, liquid limits and plastic index. 5. ProvMe Limelock Bearing Rath (LBP,) tests on representative materials in the pavement areas. Concrete Take samples antl perform tests on plastic concrete in the field indutling slump, air content tempereture arW other tests required by the projeG speafz;ations. 2. ~ Make 6-inch by 12•rKh concrete cylinder specimens for compressive strength [estlng_ Cure, test, and report concrete test cylinder spedmens as required by the project specifications. All testing or inspection services veal be perfamted kr aaordance wgh the project spettificaDOns unless othervnse notetl. Test resugs apply only to those materials actua0y tested. We will provide a field representable when requestetl to corMuct field tests. Our service does not include supervision or d'uection of the actiral work d the contractor, his empbyees or agent and the contractor should be so advised. The conbaGOr shout' also be aware that neither the presence of our field representative nor the observatbn and testing by our fine shag ezwse him N any tray h'orrl defects drscovered in his work. It Ls untlers[ood that our firm will not be responsible for job or site eatery on this protect. Job and site safety will be the Sole responsibility of the rxxdractor In this proposal the words ":nspectwn' and'monnonng' are used to mean part-time or fulHtime observatbn of the construction and the contlucting of tests by Law Engineering to verify ubstantial compliance with plans and spedfieations. LAW snail not have control or charge OL and Shall not be responsible fa, construutbn means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures, ran for safety preceutlons and programs in connection with [he contractor's work. Scheduling We request a 24 hour nolificatan When our services are util¢ed on a pars-time basis. This prior notrficauon will allow us to schedule our personnel rtpre efficiendy ant help prevent project delays. Cost Estimate and Fee Schedule We have attached an estimate of vests for materials lestug Dosed on the quantfies shown in your Request for Proposal letter. We nave also altacfied a personnel fee sr3u.Wule which wtll be utilaetl in :nvacmg for those services wnicn may De requested. but are rat listed on the per lest oust estimate. Invoices writ be submitted every four weeks for Vie charges incurred and wgl l>e due upon receipt a u,, DecenC~er 5, t99G Ms. Joan LaVake Prrchasing Agent Ciry cf Atlantic Beach 800 Semirwle Fnad Atlantic Beach, Fl ~nda 32233 Subject: Proposal for Constn¢8on Materials Testing Services Atlantic Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements antl Miscellaneous Unidentified Projects LAW Proposal No. 942018M Gear Ms. LaVake: N'(taG+'ImcnY c.. ~G P3~~ aw Lngineering, Inc. (LAW) a pleased fo submit this proposal to provide constnxtion materials testing servrxs for the subject project. Irsiuded in this proposal -s an outline of the project infonnafion, a scope of services for materials testlrg, and our fee schedule for providing these seuvice;. Project Irdorrnahon Project information is based on our review of your Request for ProposaLS letter dated November 6, 1994, in Which you outlined the tes8rg services Which will be regemed. VVe UnderstarW that the proposed (:O[ISWCII0f1 WIII be IOCated N Atlardic BeaUl and wig COIISIst Of IRIprOVBrtren6 f0 the AtlanBC Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant abng with miscellar[eau projects which are unidentified at fh's Gme. The proposed consWction time a from approximateN January of 1995 to June of 19%. - Scope of Services This proposal inUudes soils arW concrete testing services as potential areas of invoWement. We understand your office will request the actual areas eN tnvoNement. We propose ro provide engineering technicians as requested during constnxeon to provide soils and concrete testing services as required q' the project spedfica8ons under the direction of the proje[i's tlesign engineers or ovmers representative. We anticipate that our services vnll involve the fotlowirg activities: Soils ContluU laboretory dassificadon tests on proposed fill an0 Oar~ll soils Conduct laborelory compac8on tests on representative fill and badcfill soils. 1,AN' llvGllVEERING, INC. aor r~ea[ow¢ eras[ • r o. em sne ~soaarsr[. nnnos am tsuiswsm • ra e>ar acsm ~.~.,~a.~ed .. f~ O".. O }-' ~ Q !i OOOS O rv O O N - - - Y O n ' O - ° O ^ a u ~ o 6 O E n a a ~ ~ ~ ' z o Y i o s n e i n F a u 3 N o i F u i z u o ~ ~ u P a) W W W j 2 Y O O p F Y W F ~ 0 ; p ai Y ~ ' p p o O F F Z Q t Z Q F p~ ~ F ~ Z F~ 3 0 o m y~ Y y~ p W W p p n n l W Z %1 33 F LL d \ O LL p i Q u i = g 3~ 6 Ta O p F a, E F f o W 3 u p U O_ ~ J m n ~ rv rv n O F - i - n O ~ O~ ~ y N O1 0 0 n O F P 0 F h i 3 ~ O d 1~ ~~ f n n Y n LLS u O N Q m f N f N N M O ~~ O a a_ N- Q N O O 1 Y1 6 Z a _ R F ~ N N 4 a ~. 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V) YI N N J J U N U U 41 ~ a n V n -< O ~ N N m n ~~ W ~ ~ O O m 0 O- O Q O ~ aoaodnm4~- NQnnon ~ N n n N N n N i U n V N N Y n ~ U V V V U U U U U N Q U U U U V U F IO W u ~ i ££ FF i F Z££ p T S F£££ E~ i T 9 i F T s T T I F T T 0 U F F N 10 NIll YIN NVIN V - Q Q Q Q Q Q Q< Q Q O U YFIN N N N N Q Q Q Q Q Q V c' t O J J U City of Atlantic Beach December 5, 1994 Page 2 Should you have any questions concerning this proposal, pteax call me at your convenience. r Sincerely yours, GROUND EJ,N`GQ^INE~ER~ItN~/G~A~..N.D~TES'I1NG SERVICE, INC. 1o n A. Unterspan, P.E. j V' President Enclosures ~GROYNO ENGNEEINNG ~a10 7ESTNIG SENVICE, INC. Atfacdlmon+ S ~¢ ~ s~ GROUND ENGINEERING ANO TESTING SERVICE, INC. ' r.,:. a~.~. .F .~ ,<w wao-c-::~...>~ ~ h.na wool ):~ :. ..._.. m.: - ,r_. _... ,-. December 5, 19)4 City of Atlanic Beach, Florida 800 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 Attention: MsJoan laVake Purchasing Agent Subject: Testing Laboratory Services Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements & Misc. Projects Proposal No. P1-1056 Gentlemen: In response to your Request for Proposal dated November 6, 1994, related to the subject project, Ground Engineering and Testing Service is pleased to submit this proposal for the required services. The dttails of our proposal are presented in the following enclosures: • Statement of Qualifications • Proposed Fee Schedule • Certificate o(Insurance Public Entity Crimes Statement • Municipal Work References • Florida Q„-porate Business & Engineering Registrations In «gard to the enclosed Proposed Pee Schedule, please be advised that the requirements of Item A. Concrete Alaterials Testing for independent laboratory testing are somewhat unclear in the draft project specifications. Please wnsider the specific tuts that we have indicated in Item A. to be negotiable; we would be pleased to modify this proposal upon receipt of specific direction from you and the design engineer. Despite our best e(forU, our insurance broker was unable to provide an original insurance ' certificate by this date. A copy of the certificate is enclosed; the original is being mailed directly to your auenuon. I was advised that the individual handling our request sustained a family medical emergency end was not able to get the original certifcale in our hands by ' talay. Your favorable consideration of this situation will be most appreciated. I I' EIIIS8~ASSOC18tCS~. In addition co these tests on coot re ce aggregates Ellis 6 Associates rill obtain mill cart ificaces for all Portland cements proposed for use. These mill certificates rill be used to verify the cemenCS conformance to ASTtl C-15U, Specification Eor Portland Cement, end any ocher applicable project spec ificacions. Ellis i Associates, Inc. will provide the above referenced services at a race of $96.00 for each coot re ce mtx proposed for use in the Clty of Atlantic Beech projects referenced above. Anticipated testing in the City of Atlantic Beach Request for Proposals Ls for [ro (2) such tests. Thus the anticipated cost to provide the above referenced services is: Unit price: $94 z 2 tests - to tel estimated cost $188 Thank you again for shoring Ellis G Associates, Inc. the opportunity to provide this proposal. Should you have any questions or coeasents or if re may provide aoy additional information, please contact us at our office. Very truly yours, ELLIS 6 ASSOCIATHS~ IRC. Y 7lmothy Yettlerort/ Staff Engirnee'r,(-,/O - C E. Ellis, II, P.E. Project Engineer 558-SEE/LfS enc . ea... .. ~. T.. _\:Jyzi~n`a4-~a..n@A.~K~c... _ a`L- _ 5R9 S'E W AVENUE JACKSLWVIIt E. fLOR10A ffiP6 BNON"c 5C:p39{}JFiO FAA'3:1'<i ry.5 ild ~EIIis~Associates~. December 8. 1994 Nr. Robe a S. Kosoy, P.E. Ci rector of Public Works/Engineer City of A[la nt is Beach 1200 6ar.Apiper Lane Atlantic Beech, Florida 32233 C/',~a~.~~m~ RECEIVED !' (. 1= ' % 1994 PUBLIC WORKS Subject: Addendum [o Proposal for Engineering Services Atlantic Beach Vas[evater Treatment Planc Improvements end Miscellaneous Unidentified Projects. E "s A Proposal ,XO. 94-5034 Nr. Kosoq: As per ¢ur telephone conversation Ellis 6 Assoc fetes, Inc. is submitti¢g this addendum to our proposal to provide engineering services on the above referenced projects. This addendum is intended to clarify the testing rhith r311 be performed by our company, under Item A entitled •COncre [e Nate vials Testing' of the request for proposals, in order to properly verify chat Che concrete materio is used on any City of Atlantic Beach projects conform to prof ec[ spec ific etions. In order to verify compliance of concrete materials with project specifications Ellis and Associates rill perform the folloring tests oa coarse and fine concrete aggregates es outlined in ASTM C-33, Specification for Concrete Agg regaces: AS:'H C-136: Method of Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates ASTM C-117: Test Method for Materials Finer then 75-um (No. 200 ._e.e ir. I.i na ral Agg r=_gates by Vashing ASTM C-40: Test. Method for Organic Impurities in Fine Aggregates fnr Ccn¢ete ASTM C-127: Test Method for Specific Gravity and Absorption of Coarse aggregate P.STN C-12B: Test Ne tliod for Specific Gravity and Absorption of Fioe Aggregate ASTM C-29: Tesc Me tlmd for Unit Veight and Voids in Aggregate ASTM C-142: Text Method fur Clay Lumps end Friable Particles in Aggregates Cwaectnca~ Eryr,eerinp • Emvr+n,e~ttL Fieq Smces ~ Carw.ucaan Mab,~ E~gwrYy aro iearq . ~ Ellis&Associatesk Engineering time, iE necessary will be billed et the rates provided in the Eogineering Services section of the attached Ellis F Assoc ie tes, Inc. Eee schedule. An overtime multiplier of 1.3 rill be applied to all se rvitea performed outside of the normal rocking hourc es summarised under Engineering services in the attached Ellis i Associates fee schedule. Total Estimated Ccst to provide testing services. Total estimate based on above quantities . • ~ $2383.00 *•BOte: This estimate includes an unknow quantity concrete strength testing. Por estimation purposes a total of 10 tests vas used. 74e actual price would be changed to reflect the actual quantity of [e ate taken. Sotal sot before coacrst• strength testing 51883.00, M original certificate of insurance rith the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida, named es the certificate holder end a Scorn Statement Pursuant to Section 287.133(3)(a), Plorid~Ce6 on Public Entity Crimes ere slat attached. The final actethment is a list of referencec testifying to municipal cork. Thank you again for allowing Ellie L Ascociates, Inc. [he oppo: tuoity to provide this•proposel. Should you have any questions or tommen[s or if re may provide any additional information, please con[nct us at our office. Very truly yours, ELLIS L ASSOCIATES, IBC. ~ / Timothy 5 Wa ttlevv/oAVrth, E~ ScafF Engineer John EI~, II act Engineer TSr-JEEJdfh enc ®EIIIS&ASSOC18tCS~ Mold three standard test specimens (one to be tested at 7 days end 2 et 28 days), also measure slump, temperature of Concrete, temperature of air, and entrained air content (ASTM C-33, C-39, etc.). Unit price: .$50 x (unknown quantity, estima ce 10) - total $S00 Item C. Soils Claesificet ion 7e song: $emple and tests soils to determine suitability of beckfill oc in- place soils (A57M D-24877. Unit price: $35 x S~tests - total estimated cost _ $175 Item D. Optimum Hoisture Testing: Hoisture Density Relationship of Soils Testing (ASTM D-1557, Modified Proctor). Unit Price: $65 x 10 tests - total estimated Lost $650 Item E. In Place Density Testing: __ in place density testing of soils using nuclear or tube density equipment (ASTM D-2922, or ASTM D-2937). Unit Price: $40 for 1 to 3 tests per trip (subgrade) $45 for 1 to 3 tests per trip (base or stabilized subgrade) (for estimating purposes average cost is $13/test $ 13 (est) x 30 Casts - total estimated cost $390 Item F. Limerock Bearing Ratio Testing: Limerock Bearing Ratio Testing per Plorida Cepercment of Transportation Specif itat ion (PM 5-515). Unit Price: $160 x 3 tests - total estimated cost $480 Item G. Trip Charges, Technica'_ Time, Engineering Time and Overtime Charges All trip charges and Cethnitel time are included in Ellis k Associates, Inc. unit prices. A trip charge of $25 tan be applied [o pick up sampling not performed by en Ellis L Assoc fetes, Inc. representative if necessary. it de $iE W AVEtJUE JAC.:$C%n'ALLE. FLORIDA 31?IE vMr.! ~.6J)13.99En FA%4S:4dg i`.~: ~EIIis~Associates~. December 5, 1994 Ns. Joan La Vake Purchasing Age n[ City of Atlantic Beach 800 Seminole Roed Atlantic Beech, Florida 32233 A?tACnmcnr h Crj.pp3 JA~ flelc%Ie~um Subject: Proposal for Engineering Services Atlantic Beach Nesteva ter Treatment Plant Improvements end Mi sc elleneeas Unidentified Projects. Ms. t.aVake: As requested by tiLe city of Atlantic Beach, Ellis S Associates, Inc. is pleased to provide Chia proposal to perform testing and inspection services for t2Le above referenced projects. Ellis 6 Associates, Inc. has been providing progressive service in construe tion mete vials testing to Northeastern Plorida since 1970 and ve ere very confident that our firm can provide all of the required testing end inspection services for these improvement projects. Our firm has provided casting and inspection services on manl utility projects in the past, end are currently providing these services to several contractors and mun is ipeli[ies. The following suesne ry and price estimate is based on the required testing list and profea spec if ications vh ich your office has provided end Ellie 6 Associates, Inc. unic price amounts. I have also attached a list of our standard unic charges Eor ell construction materials testing services which are provided by Ellis 6 Associates, Inc. for your reference. All of the required lebcre COry tests will be performed in our Jacksonville office and all prices include local travel. SUNNAItY OF TESIINC SERVICES REOUIRFD Item A. Cone re [e Nate vials Testing: Obtain samples of Portland cement, coarse aggregate, and fine aggregate [o determine compliance with project specifications (ASTN r_33). Unit. price: $94 x 2 tests - total estimated cos[ $188 Item B. Concrete Strength 7es[s: [^PSnnG ~ Envwar,yray~ Fes Se<v['as • Ommt<mon Maw+ub E'4Kaa'4 aM ieAbq BACKGROUND Since the nuaber of taste can increase (CONTINUED) due to retesting, it is Jiff ieult to estiaate the total cost of testing. At this tile, re estfaate that a tots( coat of 98,000.00 r111 cover testing. W¢ propose io use conies Eros the Barnett Bank loan designated for both of the aforeaenticned projects in the Atlantic Beach Sever Plant Expansion progress and the Buccaneer Mater Treataent Plant Expansion and Rehabllitstion. RECOMMENDATION: Approve Contrast for Testing Services rith Ellis i Associates, Inc. ATTACHMENTS: 1> Copy of Proposals (Attschaent A, B, C) 2) Copy of RFP 11/6/94 < t• sent D) REYIEYED BY CITY MANAGER. AGEYDA ITfill 10. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: CONSTRGCTION MATERIALS TESTING SERVICES CONTRACT SUBMITTED BY: Robert S. Koeoy/Director of Public Morke ~ ~ v~ DATE: January 12, 1995 BACKGROUND: In preparation for the upcawing expansion of the Atlantic Beach Mesterater Treatwent Plant and the Buccaneer Awe1e1 Lane Mater Treatwent Plant, a Request for Prapoeala (RFP) tae wade to furnish Construction Materiels Testing Services for these projects. The fires rould be hired directly by the City rather than by the Contractor on both of these upcowing projects. Three firwe subwitted proposals: £111n b Associates, Ground Engineering and - Teeting Services and Lar Engineering and Environwental Services. Four local references for Ellie rated their cork 'above average' end one local reference rated then •everage•. No local references could De obtained for Ground Engineering and Testing Services and tro references, one in Alabawa ^nd onv in Kentucky, rated thew 'average', and one reference 1n Alabawa rated thew 'above average'. All six local references rated Lar Engineering and Environwental Services as 'above nverwge•. The prices furnished by Ellie t Associates, Inc. rare eigniticantly lover than the other firwe. Horever, their total estiwete of nuwber of tests needed ie for for Itew B there, based on 4000 cubic ysrde of concrete to De poured, re viii probably need 100 sets of cylinder testa. 7h Sec. 22-174. Delinquent bills. If any bill for monthly sewer, water or garbage service shall remain due and unpaid on and after S:OOpm on the fifteenth day from the billing date, dated on the bill, a penalty of lOb of the amount due shall be iaposed and added to the bill. If the bill remains unpaid for a period of five (5) additional days, then all services shall be discontinued and shall not be reconnected until all past due charges have been fully paid together with a reconnect charge of fifteen dollars (15.00). Zf, after discontinuation of services, the bill remains unpaid, the city may acquire a lien on the property being serviced which may be foreclosed within thirty (30) days by the city unless the bill and the penalties thereon are paid and the lien satisfied. SECTION 4. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance is Geld to be invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, then said bolding shall in no way affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. SECTION 5. This ordinance shall take effect iaediatelp upon its final passage and adoption. PASSED by the City Commission oa first reading this day of 1995. PASSED by the City Commission on second and final reading this _ day of 1995. ATTEST: NAUREEN KING LYMAN T. FLETCHER City Clerk Nayor, Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: ALAN C. JENSEN, ESQUIRE City Attorney 10 Residences, per unit ................$1,250.00 Commercial: Office buildings, per 100 square feet...... Groceries, per 100 square feet ............. $ 20.00 Retail shops, per restroom ................. 1,260.00 Theaters, per seat.......... Restaurants, ~ " " " " " " '• 16.00 per seat ...................... 160.00 Service stations, per restroom........ 3,150.00 Car wash, self-service, ~~•" per stall.......... 1,850.00 Car wash, roll-over ........................ i1,S5U.00 Car wash tunnel ............. 17,750.00 Beauty shops/barber shops, per chair....... 630.00 Laundromats, per machine ................... 790,00 Hotels/motels, per restroom ................ 475.00 Sec. 22-171. Payment of connection fees and impact fees. Payment of connection fees shall be due and payable prior to the issuance of a building permit. Por new and existing buildings or structures, the City Manager map allow payment of fees on as extended payment plan for up to fifteen f15) pears if the owner has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the City Manager that the lump sum payment will constitute a hardship to the applicant. A lien for the amount due shall be executed in recordable form reflecting the payment schedule. Upon all payments being made in full, a release of lien shall be recorded. Sec. 22-172. Disposition of impact fees. All revenues collected by the city through sever impact fees shall be held in a special account to be known as the Wastewater System Capital Improvement Account. The money deposited and held in said account and all interests accrued thereto shall be used only for the improvement, expansion, and/or replacement of the wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal system of the city. Sec. 22-173. Billing. The sever charges prescribed by this division shall be on the sane bill for city eater charges and garbage collection charges, but each charge shall be shovr. as a separate item on the bill. No user so charged for water, sever, and garbage services ^ay pay either of the charges without simultaneously paying the charges for the other. Bills for sever charges where water and/or garbage service is furnished other than through the city shall be computed as provided in section 22-167 and rendered at the same time as city water bills. Sec. 22-167. Schedule of wastewater volume charges. (a) There is hereby established a uniform volume charge per one thousand (1,000) gallons of water as follows: (1) Single-family residential and single-family individu i metered mobile homes $2.46 per 1,000 gallons of actual residential water consumption in excess of 9,000 gallons per quarter up to a maximum of 59;988 40.000 gallons per quarter. (2) Restaurants, laundries and all other classifications $2.46 per 1,000 gallons of actual water consumption in excess of 9,000 gallons per quarter,- mn}!}p}fed-by-ihe-factor ~~ 88-}66-fe-;-~per-unit-bi}}ed. f 3}---,ttt -ether- rlea'sificetions $2.-46-Per-i ;fl0p-^3at2oas~-ef eelnn}-refer-eenaamptien-im e7ccesa-o6~ j1f,,p yat~~~r_gyerler; mn }f ip} }ed_ ~,. _the--factor-~yteb}iahed--i~r-g2-166-_ Ea},-_.~~ _nntt bi}led. (b) The rates applicable to customers outside of the city shall be one and one-quarter (1.25) times the rates above. The effective rates will be amended for all billings, beginning January 1 of each year in accordance with the schedule in Appendix 8. Sec. 22-168. Beview and changes of rates. The uniform rates and charges established by this division may De reviewed annually, or as directed by the City Couission, and any change of rates and charges shall be established by ordinance of the City Couission after due public notification. Any rates and charges established as provided in this division shall be binding with the same force and effect as if incorporated in this section. Sec. 22-169. Correction fees. Charges for providing and approving connections to the sewer system with installation performed by the city are as follows and shall be in addition to impact fees. All units ....................COet for labor and materials as providet in section 2-368 of the city code. Sec. 22-170. Sewer impact fees. The fee for providing facilities for new connections and capacity increases for growth shall be as follows: 8 Travel trailers .................. 0.60 x $8.36 per unit Hotel/motel ...................... 0.50 x $8.36 per unit with kitchen .................. 0.60 x $8.36 per unit Master-metered commercial .............. $8.36 per unit Restaurants,laundries, and car wash connections .................... $5.36 x ERU factor All other commercial customers.... ..... 58.36 x ERU factor Where ERU factor for the commercial classification is based upon meter size as follows: Meter Size ERU Factor lin inches) 5/8 x 3/4 ...................1.00 1 ...........................1.28 1-1/2 .......................2.08 a ...........................z.ee 3 ...........................5.60 4 ..........................10.00 6 ..........................20.00 (b) The rates aDPlicable to customers outside of the city shall be one and one quarter (1.25) times the rates above. (c) A Monthly base surcharge for a revenue generation system as required by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency and the State Department of Environmental Regulation is as follows: A surcharge of one dollar and eighty-four cents ($1.54) per equivalent residential unit shall De levied upon each connection except in the Buccaneer Mater and Sewer District in accordance with the following: Usage Classification ERU Factor Single-family residential and sinale-famil individual-metered mobile homes.... 1.00 per account Multifamily residential ................. 0.75 per unit Raster-metered mobile hoses ............. 0.75 per unit Travel trailer site ..................... 0.60 per site Motel/motel ............................. 0.50 per unit with kitchen ....................... 0.60 per unit Master-metered commercial, more than one unlt on one meter ................ 1.00 per unit Commercial ............................. $1.84 x ERU Factor Restaurants, laundries, and car wash connections ......................... $1.84 x ERU Factor as provided in (a) above permit from the City Commission there shall be no connection with any other source of eater except in case a storage tank or fire pump is installed as a secondary supply for such fire protection purposes. Sec. 22-29. Due dates and late fees. Bills for minimum and excess eater will be rendered at regular intervals, but the rendering of bills is not an obligation on the part of the city, and failure of the consumer to receive the bill shall not release or diminish the obligation of the consumer with respect to payment thereof, or relieve the consumer of any obligation under this chapter. The bills for service shall be due and payable on the date of billing and shall become delinquent fifteen (15) days thereafter. A-}ate-f ee-e4-the-greeter-ef-i :3b-of-t`1te-~emoutiC--0nB br-fire de}}ern-4$5-BO}-wi;;_~i,~~~-is-nol-pare}-within fifteen-{}5}-deya-ef-the-bi}}ing-dele- Zf the bill is not paid within five (5) additional days (or twenty (20) days from the billing date) service will be discontinued. A $15.00 reconnect fee will be required to be paid, along with the full amount of the bill, prior to service being restored. SECTION 3. Sections 22-166 through 22-172 are amended to read as follows: Sec. 22-166. Establishment of a monthly base charge. User charges will be levied monthly as follows: (a) Monthly base charge. A monthly base charge of eight dollars and thirty-six cents ($8.36) per equivalent residential unit will be levied upon each connection in accordance with the following: M equivalent residential unit (EHU) is defined as a wastewater correction that delivers three hundred (300) gallons per dap (qpd) of typically domestic wastewater floe to the waste stream, or equivalent to a residence serviced by a three-fourths (3/4) inch eater meter. The monthly base charge is levied as follow: Single family residential and single-f amily individual-metered mobile homes.... $8.36 per account Multif amfly residential.......... 0.75 x $8.36 per unit Master-metered mobile homes...... 0.75 x $8.36 per unit with payment of the same charges, per schedule (a), for installation. (e) Capital improvement charge. Single-family residences: For each house- 5325.00 (3/4" service only) Hultiple family and condominium living units, including all related facilities: A minimum of $500.00 for the first two (2) units plus $90.00 per unit for each additional unit over two (2). Motels, including all related facilities: A minimum of 51,150.00 for the first ten (10) units plus $55.00 per unit for each additional unit over ten (10). Nursing and convalescent homes, including all related facilities: A minimum of $1,050.00 for the first ten (10) beds plus $45.00 per bed for each additional bed over ten (10). All others: A minimum of $325.00. Size of meter Charge (11 3/4" ...............$ 325.00 ...... (2) 1"""• 550.00 _ (41 2" .................. 1,025.00 (5) 3" .................. 3,250.00 (6) 4" .................. 5,925.00 (7) 6" ..................10,800.00 (8) 8" ..................15,000.00 city forpwater ocapitaloimprovement charges vshall beldeposited and held in a special fund to be kaown as and hereby designated •The Water Capital Improvement Fund." The moneys deposited and held in said fund and all interest accrued thereto shall be used only for the improvements, expansion and/or replacement of the water system of the city. (21 Water service for fire protection purposed. A special rate of sixty-two dollars ($62.00) per annum papable in monthly installments shall apply to any water service provided exclusively for sprinkling systems or other fire of alltconnectionms to and extensionsyfrom the city wa~temr mains shall be borne by the user. No taps will De allowed which may be used for other than fire protection purposes, and, unless pursuant to special Sec. as-a8. Mater impact fees, installation charges, etc. The following schedule of rates and installation charges for water connections, facilities, service and water provided or furnished by the city through its waterworks system, is hereby adopted and established: (1) Water connection charges. la) Installation charge. Installation Charge Size of from Meter Main to Meter 3/4 inch ........................5 Sa5.00 1 inch ........................... 560.00 1 1/2 inch ....:.................1,090.00 2 inch ..........................1.150.00 Over two (2) inch----- Actual Cost, $1,150.00 minimum. Approved Utility Contractors may construct larger services at their ovn expense but will be subject to a Sa00.00 inspection fee. All new construction, rehabilitation and/or remodeling will require cross-connection control 3evices and shall be assessed an inspection fee as follows: Two (a) inch and under ...................$ 35.00 Over 'fwo (2) incn .........................aoo.oo Reinspection visit ........................ 35.00 (b) Meter charge. All meters will be furnished by the city and the cost is included in the established Installation Charge. (c) Change in service size. Whenever a user requests a change in the size of a service previously installed, such user shall accompany such request with payment of the same charges per schedule (a) above, together with any meter cost involved, as are applicable to the new service requested. The user shall also be required to pay any and all increases in Capital Improvement Charges from the old size to the one requested, whether or not the old service was required to pay any fees, utilizing the rates in effect at time of request. (d) Change in service location. Whenever a user requests a change in location of a service connection previously installed, such user shall accompany such request Sec. 22-27. Charges for eater service. The reasonable rates, rentals, fees and other charges for the use of the services and facilities of the city waterworks system are hereby found and determined to be and are hereby fixed and established as follows: (1) Customers within city: a. Single units. The minimum bill for a single unit shall be four dollars and twenty-four ($4.24) per month for up to three thousand (3,000) gallons of water. During each quarterly period, one monthly bill shall also include an additional charge of one dollar and eight cents ($1.08) per one thousand gallons of water used in excess of nine thousand (9,000) gallons during the previous three months. Gallons used shall be determine by quarterly meter readings. The effective rates will be amended for all billings, beginning January 1 of each year in accordance with the schedu).e in Appendix A. D. Multiple units. For multiple units served through the same weter, the rates and minimum charges shall be in accordance with the following scale. All multiple units will be billed at 758 of the single unit rate for each unit, regardless of occupancy: Units Gallons Minimum bill per 2 month 4,500 $ 6.36 3 6,750 9.54 4 9,000 12.72 5 11,250 15.90 5 13,500 19.08 7 15,750 22.26 For each additional unit over seven (7) there will be a minimum charge of $3.18 for 2,250 gallons per unit. Excess gallonage shall be calculated based on the consumption level for the previous three months, less the gallonage allotted to the minimum bills for the quarter. All excess gallonage shall be charged at the same rate per one thousand (1,000) gallons as provided for single units above. As stated above, rates will be amended each January 1 as shown in Append)x A. customers outsides then ity eshall bet oneT andr ones applicable to times the above rate applicable to customers inside~ihe cityl'25) period not to exceed twelve (12) months will be made. Sec. 32-2Z. Pee established for re-read of meters. Upon rri!!en request of a consumer, the meter will be re-read by the city. A fee of five dollars ($5.00) will be charged for all customer requested re-reads. At the discretion of the City Manager, or his designee, the city say perform a re-read at no cost to the consumer. Sec. 27-33. Liability of consumer for charges; no allowance to be made for vacant houses unless water shut off. Liability for service shall begin on the day the consumer is connected to the city water main and shall continue thereafter until the service is disconnected for nonpayment or for other cause, or after written notice is given the city by the consumer of his desire to terminate the service. No allowance will be made for vacant houses unless a request in writing to have the water shut off is received by the city, nor will any allowance be made for any shut-off period less than thirty (30) days. sec. 27-24. Basis for billing if meter fails to register. If any meter on a consumer's premises is destroyed by fire or other causes or fails to register, the consumer will be billed for the period involved on a basis of previous consumption. Sec. 22-25. Determination of classification of service for each consumer. The City Manager, or his designee, shall have the authority to determine what classification of service shall be rendered by the city to each consumer. Sec. 22-T6. Property owner responsible to city for water charges. The city will install and properly maintain at its own expense, such meters and associated piping as may be necessary to measure the water service used by the consumer. All meters and associated piping and meter box or vault installed by the city shall remain the property of the city. It shall be unlawful for anyone to tamper with any City appurtenances of water services. The consumer shall protect the city's meter and appurtenances. In the event of any 1066 or damage to the property of the city caused by or arising out of carelessness, neglect or misuse by the customer, the cost of replacing or repairing such damaged property shall be paid by the customer or property owner. a OBDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OP THE CITY OP ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA RENfR9BERING SECTIONS as-16 THROUGH an- al; AMENDING AND AENOIIDgRING SECTIONS as-aa THROOCH as-a9 AND AlD;lipZNG SECTIONS as-166 THROUGX as-172 TO PROVIDE FOR MONTHLY BILLING; CHANGBB TO THE BILLING RATES FOA MATER AND SEVER SERVICE; CHANGES TO CONNECTION CHARGES; PROVIDING POA BEVgAABILITY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. gE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OP THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Sections as-16 through as-al are hereby renuNbered as Sections as-14 through as-19 without change to content. SECTION a. Sections as-ao through a2-a9 are renuabered and mended as follows: Sec as-a0. Pee to reestablish service after cutoff or transfer. If water service is turned off, either because of delinquency or upon the request of the consueer, a cut-on fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00) shall be charged and paid prior to restoring water service. If water service is transferred to another residence, a fifteen dollar ($15.00) service-eherge transfer fee shall be paid charged prier-Le-service-being-lamed-en. Sec. as-al. Testing of sclera; liabilitq for cost of testing; adjustment of bills. Upon written request of a consoler, the peter will be tested by the city. The city will require a deposit to defray cost of testing. Such deposit shall be as follows: Meter Size (inches) Fee 5/8 by 3/4 $25.00 1 and 1 1/2 $x5.00 a $as.oo Above a Actual Cost If the peter, when tested, is found to be not amore than two (a) percent fast, the deposit shall be forfeited to the city as a service charge for conducting the test; otherwise, the expense of the test will be borne by the city and billing adjustments for a CITY OF rftllarYie E~taelr - ~letis{ct ero s~mvora oaa AiI.~Mt~ aFJiOI, r10aeM Jf21}SMS ik]BliOrai aM xcsM r,.x OM iri9Pt MEMORANDUM Date: January 4, 1995 TO: Kim Leinbach, City Manager Jim Jarboe, Deprty City Manager From: Ann Meuse, Finance Director Subject: lJtility Ordinance Attadted is coPY of the lhility Ordinance with sonre d,ergea our auditors Ptavis Grey and Company have requested be made in orderr to dear up some emhiguities and mcortsisterxdes in the wordirq of the ordinance. The words struck through are to be removed and the wards utderGned are to 6e added. Ptavis Gny wdl be at the January 23'rd commission meeting to presem the audited fateneial statements and wr71 be available to dixuss the drenges requested in the Utility Ordinance. Joe Welch of flavia Grey will also be at the mategic plaming meeting On January 17Th and wdl be available to discuss the Ordinance. The charges proposed by f°urvis Gray and Comparry do not make anY changes to the re!es charged to customers: however, they are necessary to resolve confusing termbtology and conflictirp classifications which make the interpretation of the O~nance extremely . difficult. It is important that these changes are adopted now for the admirvstretiOri the Ordinance. , vii -_._mr.~.3'._asc:.v .-.`-1~F-~~}f.Jh~_ A'M'ACFp{ERr C F• Pev Pnge 2 6ubd1~v1s1on portion of Donner Road, thereby elloring tanner "- --' ~ ne1 residents another tngresa/egress into Ue ghlwrhood. 6. fo~o~lw zeheDi112a1 offlceloPaent Corporation (DCDC) W used !n Con]unctlon rith iycant~i~B°t end utilttles to of t1N eff~~tion, QaserlDe progreae on~DCpC'g•R.I.P. e11g1b1e Ibu~llds~on~ly. to ~ e old to 1 construction +~came end credit Include copies of Meting notes. Droehurea, programs, Promotional Mterlele or other Snformtion pertinent to the contract. eql FURD$ 1lHtS SPBMf: A CoDY of all cenealled checks and Dank atateMnte during that report period must D0 atteChad to the monthly report to verify th9 Payment of Dreviously submitted invoices end billirge. Account for all cDecka. including enY voided checks. ' 6VPpi@.~gARY SDPPORr: Pleads describe MtCDinp and Sn-kind contriDCLlons received during the report p0riod. 11DDITIDRAL CDMIBA(ygn I Certify that to the beet of K knowledge the Qata ie Correct. ~~ ported Sa Signed ' bete RAMB: -~~ _ rit1B ATTACHMENT C Page 1 MONTHLY STATOS REPORT TD• Co®unity DevelOOeent OSYSaion 625 N. Julie Street CONTRACT NO. Jacksonville, Rortde 32202-d011 RSPORT NO. RECIPIENT; PROJECTS REPORT PBItI(H) to Data 6ubmitted PERSON PILLING ODT REPORT: PROCPBSE DeeCij» Or'ograee to Bete on: A• ~~Utetinp of eight ornar-ocOOpied raalEanoea of for PitA lncor rseldants in tes Droner 8uDd1Yislon. a+;d iClnp dOmsentetim of f2lCegg eM and cork performed. °c~+PeOCy Yerifiration R' 6°P1oP1^7 ° Rekeb Pz'olact Supervisor Lo f providm rock rrSLe-ups eM met YLSey ~L structures, Derfrmedlm(m 0 rOri DerfostW. PrOV1dm dmto.en~~ offrork ps, in•pecLlon rmports ). C. DasollMinp tro ebenaoned end/or mndemnad structures in the DDnner EODdirisim. Obtelning Envlronmentel Revier cleerenm demoliti~ Development Dfof Sion Oafoze OommenCinp D• LenCeGpinQ eI1C Muipment lmprovemants to Jordan Perk. E• PurMlesl+q of Yseant lot to be used for stormrater imPr'OYSMn[e. . ATYACHMBMf g GSN RSOIJBST ~~ Pays d CbBG Nam LS.ty of At] 21 -~~ Request Number Address BOO 6a.f..,.i RA ~~ ~~~ COntieCY Number Atl na_~y~_~ FS -- Phone Number f90d1 d9 bete Submitted app ~~ Tai ID Number 1• Contract funds -~~ received to Beta 8 2• Contract funds disbursed to dote 3. 8 ~t~tt Sre~ ~Drevloualy requested but d• Amount of th18 8 request All contract fuMa mutt ba dlaburced si thin three deYS of sxelDt. If line 2 does not equal llne 1, please explain. ITSltq R~"D TFIIS _____ BVOpBT TO DATE RgOVEST BALANCB 2.8.1. Contract ~_______ ______ _______ Betvlcee _______ Rehab Pro]ect Super. 6 10,000,00 Rehab alyht homes 8160,000.00 Rehab DCBC office 8 d,d78.Cq Demo11M two homes 8 d Opp pp LaMacepe eM lmprov- 8 i5,00p,00 ementa et JorCan Perk Do!fnar Road SmPrwe. 8 12,069.52 I. B.2. In+uranCO DCDC properep insur. 8 ~.. 390.00 LB.3. VtilitSN OCDC office utlitiee-8 3,610.00 I: e.d. BgNlOdient. Purpheea DCDC e9yipmwnt porch. 8 32, d95~7d 2.B. 5, AMU1a1t1on Lend ecqu1e1t1on 8 d, OpO,pp TEAL 6226, Od3.26 CfR4fl?Nyg Bank Account R i ceitlfp that tM date above Sa correct and the-- ceaA requested does not exceed currant +~aeds. the ATTAChT1EwT B Page 3 II. METROD OF PAYMERq A.~ Relmbureement Unless othezMiee stated, ell contract funds will be r eleesed on e relebureemeni heels. CmA request forme (Attachment B, Pega 4) meY be submitted montAly or more often, en the n¢ed for reimbutsemant of funds crises. The lima Period for the City to Dzoca°s tt~n ce°ry z°quegt from suSmleelon of the request to eva11eb111ty of a cheek Se ten to fifteen working days. B. Ceeh AaVenpee Requests for cash edvancee will be granted only for immediate cash steads (eseluQlnq eateries) end only !or two weeks Sn advance o W PutChn°e en item °r nquipment over 5500. C. Required Dx~aentetton Cash requests suet De ecopmpenisd by receipts, cancelled phecke, lntroioss, xrlttsn btds, Phone quotes eM enY ocher reasonable and legible doeumemte tp support the s:penditure eM eaount of cnsh requested. Requests for relabur'semant of wegee, salaries nM fringe benefi to aunt include copies of employee time sheets, demonstretlnq the number of Apure xorked par daY and per week. Each time eh¢et _ aunt De signed by the •apypY.e eM his or iwr supervisor. If e full-rise employee Ss paid pertielly with CDBO funds, a time distriWtlon sheet zePOrtinp the number of hours spent working on CORD Dzo~aptm end on other non_CDRO Pro]ects, moat be submitted. All requests for reimbursement of celery, xagae end fringe benefits moat M.accaapenia4 by a copy of [he PaYChack. 0. PrDDUr'emBnt .. In addition to ~setinq the rsgyizssmnta of Article VZII pf this contract, _wh1cA putilnes the required procurement procedures and documantetlco for purchessa from under 6500 to over S12, O0n, ell purcheees far Stems Dyer 8500 suet receive prior epprovel from ~- ~ tAS Coavunity Development DSV1sico. Itaes not speclflpelly identified in TMs contract will npt ba zefmbursad witA CDBO funds. ATTAClMBBT 9 Page 2 Oeaoriytlon allooetion to Doa[rr Coam~unitP DewloPneot B 12,a95.76 Corporation far yarehsee of office egelpeant. 5.96 i.H.9. Ortiz i __ __ 1 P aoqufaitfon of Vmant lot to facilitate 8 4,000.00 reooaetruction/leyrovwsnU to Orainege/ atomatar wegeaent apstea ' SOS meG 8226,Oa3.26 BBIl~tlRSLa MZ7H CDBO S IDBBTIPI® IM '1ffiB COel'aaCf fiILi. MOS 86 Btllmg. ATTACHMENT B Page 1 FINANCIAL PHOCEDV R65 I. BUOGBT The Raelplent atoll edhsia to tM follorlnp budget in the ndminietretlOn Of this COntraM. B. AMSV1ty Costa 1. Conaultnnt/COntrect Services 6205.569.52 2. Insurance 6 390.00 3. Vti11t1ea $ 3.610.00 d. Equlpaent Purchase 8.1 d .9d 5. Other - 6 4.000.00 (Land Acquisition) Total Activity Coet 6~ 6 Oda 6 TOTAL QBO 89 6 013. 6 Lana Iteml zntion I.B.1. ...i ... / ^^tr 6e S - Description Contract for Rehab Pro2act supervisor 8 10,000.00 sad hours et 812.00/hr. Contract for raheb of 8 haaes 8160,000.00 Contreot for raheb of DCLC offlca. 6 4,478.00 • Contract for dablition o£ 2 hoses 8 d, 000.00 Contract for inndscapa end equipment 6 15,000.00 Smpr'ovesenb e! Jordan Park Contreot for repevinp end ridanlnp of Drnvfer Road * it 6 12,069.52 g LB.2 ~Innnrexm Description ' Property insureine for OCOC office, ~1 s 390.00 3 M I.B.3. Vtlitiee Des¢Sytion 6 90 Telephone, electric aM xeter servlca 6 3,610.00 for DCDC offioe. ZI. SPECIAL REguI ATTACHMENT A REMPNTg Pege 2 A. The Recipient shall include Sn all advertismenta P eot~ asupp ~ nt that whole or partial funding of the 7 Se Pea'elo ak Grentty the City of Jacksonville, Community Pmmt B1 E' The follows Drogrm or wording to that affect- ag Labor Standards requirmente shall for eonsinictipn contracts be followed Cowered by these provisions: 1' ma9e Daci eiona and Federal Labor Standards prows eione will D0 pr'Owlded !o the Recipient by the City. The wage Pecistona and Federal Labor Standards shall be included Sn the Racipient•e bId aDectfiCetlona. 2. The Recipient's bid aPeelflcatlone shall be reviewed by the City before the Dro7eet Se advertised. 3• Contractors shall ba certified by the City ae eligible D oDertlcipe contractedarallriaaaisted opnatrvctiOn pro7ecte to the award, s~ Ail Partlcipeting contractors shell attend a Pteco+~etructlon meeting during which that will be advised of their oblipatlons to regal etlone that °O°PLY rith the statutes end govern the use of Pederel fins for COnstzucTion. 5 It shell 6e the resppnsibil3ty of the Recipient, acting m the Prima contrattor, to ensure that ell eubeontrectora submit reaklY Payrolls. TAe Recipient shall oleo maintain t~krrerda0 ~ Ma records. All Payroll records shell be week is completed, ~ ~ later thm 10 days after each work C ~~ SWt~u<Dhell maintain information On income, •th1cA Lndi _- tekitg POSMSaion of the DCDC homes eM hommOwners recisving rehab111tion funds, mast the Federal definition low end moderate ineoma hpuaeholda, according Federal Housing Asalstanca PaYmente Progrm, Section 8 2ncpma Ltmlte. ~~ ~Rac~lpLBnt shall prOVfde monthly atatieticel reports unduplieeted member of eligible Peimpnm earved, ethnic origin and related inforytipn on a form to be p1'ovided by the City. ATTACFMENT A Pape lA J. in return for the ~omtion of Items G, X arts i to OCDC, the CSty of Atlmilc Beach shall ensure thet DCDC conetruMa two effoMmle houslnp units, a definition o£ shish will be provlEed hY CM Cltp, rithln tao years £ram the start of this contzeet. The hpusae Ohell b0 told to persons who meet the Pederel Monition of loa eM moderate houseMlde, eCOOrding to Pederal Bousinp /ueiatance Payments Ptoprm, 6ection 8 Income LSmite and who cm demwutratm credit wrthinees. ATTACHMENT A Page 1 ~~~- I. BCOP6 OP BBRVICSS During the tats of this contreot, the ReclPient, agrees to: A. CPntraCt for tM zeheb111taifon of eight homes of low end modereta ingom0 homeornets in tea Donner Subdivision. B• BePloy ° Rehab Pro,]ect 6uparvisor to inspect structures, Ptnvlde work trite-ups end Doer estimates and complete f1ne1 lDSPactlone of cork Performd. C. Deaolish Lwo abandoned end/or condemned etructurea 1n the Donner 6ubdivteion. D. Prpylde laMeceping and equipment i°Provements to Jordan Pazk. Thane SsProvaaente include fencing, perkirq lot Smprovamente eM the PurcheHa end fnstelletfon of playground equipment. e. Pux+~ase a vetant let to be used for etptmwater Smprovementa. 1Tre City Of Jeokeonv111e, Public Morke Departesnt, pawl Batete Section shell aecist in the ecquieitlon. F, estend Dormer Road to SerWpiper Lane, thereby e11ow1ng Donner Subdivision rasidanta mother ingress/egress into the nelpaborhood .end to allow fester response times for police aM fire Services. G• Purchase office equipment to be donated by tae CS~iy of Atlantic Basch to the Donner Community Develo{wosnt Cozporetion (DCDC) to supplement DC~C'• recent Stets Rousing Znitfetive Proprem (GRIP) fund aoQu181t1on. Tae purcheee of office equipment eaell follow city Wmbesinp quldelines, ea set forth Sn this contiaM. H_. Contreet for Lha rahahilltetion of the offices of the DCDC, lpceted et 1671 Prercls Avenue. These repairs wall include: lnstellation Of sir-to-sii heat systmm, electrical cyetem upgrade, security systes, eetpeting end Snatelletlon of deadbolt locks. I. Pay utility Coate for the offices of the DCDC. These cceie include: telephone service, electric/water service, Sneurence end office supplies (poftege, paper, etc.) N N TNffiS NRHRgOF, The pertiea Hereto defy eaecete tAis eDraeeent as of the day end yeer first mitten above. A T T H g T CITY OP JACRSONyILLH, FLORIDA ~9o1'eb- HY: Rd Auet1-- Date M I T N 8 H 8; CITY OP ATLANTSC HHACN Reaiplent •- 8Y: Date Reelpiant'• Slp;yte~ Dete -~ Nees Lei Title d6Y4i ~- 2 do IN COrD'LIANCg rith the Cherter of the City of Jackaonp111a, eM ~Y certify that there Se en u;yapandb, "na~DSrad, f aelenp Sn the epproprfetian to Doper the Lraat, and Provision Ma peen eels for tM pepey;t cf eonia °lOOSd"d TLersln to ns De1d. DSxg¢tpr of Finance Date -. ACOO1mt • 6p99a9 . Contract ~ PDRq ~ = _ JY°°°"t H 27.6-ps3.24 a.u 1 .. Da_u ~ ~~- .. .. 'r~..sp.... RHCIPIBNT INy'OIp{~~yy~ ADDR¢gH; .. ~:. CONTACT pgRgON: Citn of A ]~~ B.DD s..~ 1 R_ ~ -~~ TITLH Lllailti~~ p-~+Ja.r~ PNONe 2e Federal TarPeyer Identificatton Naeber: 8 ~ ~~S ~0F• tna Davie, hereto ably ezeD„so tnie °Ofinemeni as or the eey e„e year first Mrittam above, A T T S B T CITY OP JACIC$pNyILLS• pIgRZDA CoZ'POre4 BY: Be Austin, HaYOr Date N I '~' N S S S; CITF OF ATi.ANTIC BBACR Reoipiarlt'- beta ~: ReciplenL'a Signature Date Name 11yiaD P~ Title tlemr I ~ ~ COI@L1ANC8 ritn H;e Chertar of tna City of Jacksonville, ne:mby Oertity tnet tbexm Se en ens :utiapo~ yeL~e in she appi'DPr~rPaMae, unaxumpayaE• Df~ovi aM DZ'o~~ielon has Dean mess for tna payment therein Lo be pale. Director of FSnype - Dete AcOOUnt « 68~RRg _ - ~ Contrect ~ _ . ... .. - -~ Prnw !~aoy®~ '~m°""t 8 22~-9s3.2ff Asei.tan~ t~COUngy~ De~- .. ... ~e~..~t.... RSCIDIpFr INFOWgT~ ADDRRSS: .. . . cite or AL_-~acn ~ o~xAn' FereSON: ~-BaSDD1L ~~ Gmme r__`~- TITLSI~fto Dam-. ] 17 ~~ --~•rv~m®DTi ~~ Faeerel TasPeYar Ieantiflcation Number: i. B IN MITNBS$ p$~F the patties hereto duly ereCUte this °GrMeent et of the dap end peer first Nritten above. A T T B 8 T; CITT OF J ACEB<AIPIIJ.6, FIONIDA C~'Wreq- Y I T N E B$; CITY OP ATIdNTIC 88Af2! BY; ed AueL1n, Mayor Date 8ecipient' Yie-e De4 ~~~ BY: PeoiplenT•t 61Qnetute Deter Nate yyyyl p~Y_ -- TStle Mayor I.~ N COMPLIANCg u1M the Chatter of the CSty of Jeol[eonville, ~~pY oertlfy theT there St en une[Dendad, _ eoa pelanoe in uneneusbe ~' f LLa ADProprfetlon Ter Corer the o °0°~• eM provision here peen Cede for the Pe9tent ~~ LLerefn is be paid. Director of Pinente Deq AocO' unt R 689889 Conireot R PORM ~~~' ~ .~ ~ ~ JImDUtlt B 226.Od 26 Juetetent co,a,e,l W~ --~~ NECIPIBNT IMPppp'~~ ADDRR68; ~~ City f A~~^r^ CONTACT PHtSCN: p~ ~~~~~~ ~~ feHOre Yn 1 W-'o.tuBiLBG ~~- ~~- TITLE L'memurf tr •r P] ~®YaDL ~~ PHONe 24I Federal 7erpeyer IdenLifiCetion Nueber: `-_ R -- IR NITNBSS wNEREOF, the pertiee hereto duly eaeeute th16 egreesemt ea of the day and year flret written above. A T T E S T CITY OF JACRSpNVI LLS, FigRIOA BY: CorporsG eaermtery 84 Austln, Mayor Date N I T N e S 5 CITY OP ATLANSIC BBACN BY: Raoipiant•e NStneae Recipient's 610naturm Data ate Name LYmap Fletchwr Title Mayor IN CO!@LLANCB witR the Charter of tM City of Jeckaonville, I do harmbp wrtifp Lhet theta Ss en voezpeMed, uneDCUmDered, and :mimp:wnded Dslanea in the epproprletion to cover the forspolnp oontrect, and pzoviafon hee been made for the payment of monfaa provided therein to be paid. DSrector Of Finance pate luxount f 587889 Contreet 6 ' - Nmpunt 6 ~ 6 04 6 FORM apPROV®: - 1usletant Cou:uei Deta RECIPISNT INPORM7ITISW wuneaa: CONTAC3' PERSON: City of Atl ~tf Ba. h Oeome Morley 800 Sesirole Pd. TITLE Community Dev 1 t A 1 n 1 ...w P1 T? PNONe 24~7~680 Pederal Taspayar Idertiflcatlon Number; 8 Aerxccs x 10.1 The veclDient shell tarry out each ectSViLp in tasplience rith ell epplicehle Federel lore end raguletions as descrlhed Sn Aitechaent ~ atterliad hereto end aerie a Dart thereof: Z ?uD. L. q8-352 - Tltle VI of tha CSVil RSghte Act of 196a A.l.. L. 90-284 - Tttla VIII of the Civii Rights Att of 1968 e'~'^•tlw Order 11063 ee eeeMad aY Rzecutlw Order 12259 _Bactlon 109 of tha Act LJabor Btallderde ._Netianel Flood Ineurnnea Program iFalocation aM Ao4uisition L®eDloymant W Contrecting Ovvortunitip: Bsadttlw Oidar 11246 (41 CFR CMptar 60) 8aotion 3 of tM Rowing ens Vrhen Oevalovpnt Act of 1968 _ ~ (12 V.6.C. 1701u) LLed-esssd Pa1nt LVp of Oaaerz'ad, ewpanded or Insllgihla Contrectcra Or Sub- raclpfen4 -plsDlenartlt . _COMliipy for Ralipfow Organizations iJbMlecriminstfon ReeW on Re,wiwv 8acelcn SOl of tha Yehebilitatton Act of 1973 At+~ltsob~rel Rarsia;i Act at 1968 i~vim~rantel ~p+'vtactirn Apancy Raquleticna 7 ARTICLE IE Conflict f I T~~ q' 1° the Procuzeseni of labor, °°°struotion °°PFliee, equipment. anG servipa by tM Recipient or taclplsat, LM Conflict of interest by a°Y aub- proviaions Sn 2C CFR 85.36 a°e Ol'® Cirouler No. A-110 shell be edhereG to, es nppltceble. 9.3 9o person Yho is en employ~~ eperlt~ °D^+~+ltent, officer, or elacteA o1f1c1e1 or aDPOlnteA offSCle1 of the Recipient, or of a+Y EaslgnatW Public egenclee, or subrecipienta rhtch are race.{vLy 0090 funCe or rho axereice or have exercises eny functions or zeaWnalbllitiee rlth respect to CpgO aMivlties or o~ erg ~ a position to Pnrticlpeta in a Ee°ieion sektng process gdin inside inforsetlon witA zegers to tiU aCtlvitie9, ray obtefn s Personal or flnen°iei Sntereat or benefit from the ~1v1h'. or hews an interest in enY cantrect, cubcontrect or Wzerent wSN respct thereto, or the Proceeds thereunder, eitbar foi thassalvee or those rith rhom they hms fesilY or business ties, durtnp their tenors or for one Yaer thereafter. 9.2 Upon the written request of the Recipient, the U.S. ~Dertrnt of AW aey gzent an exception Lo the Provisions o! 9.1 O° a Cep-by-cnee becle when it determines thet such m ascsption rill serve to further the purposes of the Act end the effective end efficient edalnlstretlon of the Re°Splent'• pzopras oz project. 6 ARTICLE VIII C_neral pr - 8. The Reclplwt shell hire an inde pendent certified public amOUntwt to eudlt the program (not to ba funded from these greet monlec) in accordance rith ~ Circular A-128. If a grant sDeClfic audit Se conducted, St moat ba gu~i tted to the City no later then 120 deya fo11or1ng the end of eaoh faecal year during rhlch grant funds ware expended, OMB Circular A-128 is Snc3uded 1n Attachment F. 8.1 The Recipient agrees to abide by the provisions of Chapter 116.111, Florida Statutes pertaining to nepotism Sn their Darformwce under this contract. Chapter 116.111 ie included ae Attachment G, ettaeAW heretp and made a part therwf; 8.2 To abide by Chapter 119, Public Records o£ the Flarlda Stetutee, e~ itB suecessore, attached hereto end made a pert thereof ea Attacheent H. 8.3 The Recipient aeeeDta these funds w appropriated Sn eocordence rlth the tetms of this contract end Chapter I18 Miacellanepus Appropriations Of the Jacksonville Municipal Code m friL time .to time amended; Chapter 118 Se hereby 1•teched eM made a pert thereof ae Attaghmgnt I; 8•a The Rwiplwt egress to adhere to the follovinp City DlOCeremant requlresente Sn their purchase of labor, materiels, supplies, and equipment: AnY purchase up to 8500.00 rill require that documen4tfon of tw ptgnm quotes to vazlfy the lowest price reb used in . tlr puzcheam. ARY DuzUUfsa war 0500.00 to 02, ppp,pp rill require tw rri tree eeyutss or tro phone quotes. ARY pur~2ase owr 52,000.00 to 56,000.00 rill require three nsittw estSpaUS. ~Stptaulzf"am~timgo~•66, 000,00 to SB,000.pp will require four ARY DuzUasa ovmr 88, OOO.pp to C12, 000.00 x111 require five vrittmn emtLetms. Any ~ (edverto of S ~, 000.00 will require a foxmel Did pro- ~~° M sealed bide). 5 AR72C4S VII _. _ ~ Dnf~e~~i 1 f i 7' Tne ReolPlent shell ~ standards of ~P1Y with the requirements and D!® CSrouler No. A.87, •prlnoiplea for Determining CoeU Applieapla to Grants ens Contrasts with Stall, local and Psdarellp Rncpgniaea IrWi an Tr1De1 Governmeata•, ens wltn the follartnq seotlons of 24 CFR 85, •'~inletrative Nequiremanta for CreaU and CopParative Agreements to Sinta end I.oCal CoveramenU•. Snoluded as etUUment 8, attached hereto and made e Pert thereof. Subpnrt A _ general 85.3. Deflnftlona 85.6 Additions efW eiceptione Subpart 9 -Pre-Arerd RaQulrmantm 85.12 ilpeclal groats or subgraaU coDdiTiona far •nlgh- graateea SunPart C -]oat-AVerd Requirements FSnenolal Adminlstrntion 85.21 ~e~a~ (e )7 fiUminl management syaiem [eaoept 85.22 Al~l~ Sy~~a~70•513a)GDt es modified py 24 85.2d ~r~DPi~:st sharing 85.25 85.26 Non-psderel eudita ~gw• DropertY, end Subererda 85.30 Chnagy uMer di 85.31 Aael Property scretlonery (prpJect) ewnrda 85.32 ggalpment 85.33 SuDpliae ' 85.34 CoDprlpLU 85.36 Suhe~i~n~ ~ erred end suspended 85.37 suDgranta ~ OePt Deregrepn (e)) Dertias ReDOrta, Rroorya Retention. sad Enforcement 85.46 MonltOrlgy am AePOrt 85.11 T1 ~1; ~re~ ~(Ieeoeptr~ ~Po ~ (~ ~(b~n (f)) 85.43 ~p{~~aa~ ~s~ raqulramenU for raoorda 85. d6 Termlaetlon for oDnvenience 6ubpazt D - A[Ur_tne-Crept Requlramente 85.51 Letar diaallorenoes en, edJueUente 85.52 Collaetions of amounts due 4.1 The Recipi¢nt shall use the report form that has Assn ePProved by the City, ee described Sn Attachment C, attached hereto em made a Dart thereof: 4.2 The report shall BB duo monthly anA shall continue until ell Snformtion oonoarning the project has been reeeived by the City; d.3 This roport is due on the fifteenth day of each month; 6.d The Reoipient'9 feflure to submit monthly reports shall glue cease for further peymente to the AeelplenL tieing withheld. !.S The Reolpisnt shell provide the City w1U eddltionel program information ao needed. 1VtTICL6 V IMamniilC!1 5. The Reoiplent shell act as en independent eontrector, aM not ea en employee of the City, S.n operating the aforementioned servioas. The RecSDfent shell be liebls, end agrees to ba liable for, eM shmll 1Memnify, dafeM end hold the City hexmlaea from ell oleime, suite, ,7udgmente, or demagea arieLg from the operating of the sarvicee required by this contract during the MnrN of the COntreCt t0 th0 azten! allowable under the law. aRTICL6 VI • 1.'pntTeai pmiind M T 1 1 • 6. This contract shall Be effeetive for the period Beginning the lot dap of October, 199d end shell termineta on the 302E day of BePtember', 1995 unless cvlcellad 600nei with or rithoui cease, by either party by giving thirty (30) deye prior written notice of such canoalletion; 6•I Prmi'ided. tpet it t11eRecipient should materially foil to O0mD1Y with app farm of the ererd, suape;uion or termination may occur !r eooordenca with 7.d CFR 85. d3 end, in accordance with 2d CPR RS.dd, include0 here ne Attachment D, the sward may be .. termineted for tonvanfencs,- fn the event that funds should fa11 Co be or cases to be provided W the City, then the City may tezminete this contreM instantly end shell relmburca peymente Chet were e:peMed up to that date of the termination only. 3 ARTICLE II 2. The Recipient agrees to provide park Smprovemente, housing rahabilltatian, daeolition a+ut ocher activities as described !n Attaoheept A, attached hereto and mde a Port thereof. ARTZCL6 III 3. Tha City eyxeae to pay the Recipient a maRlaw eeount of 8226,063.26; 3.1 The CStp shell pay this amount over the period of this oontraet to the Recipient for aervloea reMered herein; 3.2 The method of payment shall be ecoprding to the tlnanciel Drccaduree, as described Sn Attachment B, attached hereip ens Wade a part thereof; 3.3 A:ry unwed or rY1dw1 Sunda remirtinp at the termination of this contract shell revert to Lha City end obeli be dw em Datable o11 eucL date of the taxvinetion eM ehe11 be Paid no later then thirty (30) daps thereafter; 3.a tnMm say ba trenefarted from line Siam to lino Stem rlthin the line creme epaelfled Sn Attacheant B only with prior rr~tten aDPr'ovel of the City, provided Lhet no a*Denditure shall exceed the m""" .indebtedness of this contract. 3.5 The um of fu[NO described in this a9reeeent Se eub]act W tM rrltten eDDiwel of the U:sited Elates OeDertsent of Roueirp eM Urban 0avelopmept... . ~~ :. ARTICii ZV _ 1~II~ISpII ~' The Reolplent shell DYpb14 ttr City rStA a monthlq report of ell Potivltiee, includlep a nereetiw euemry of DroDr'ese, end e finemiel atatemont t11or1gQ ell mependiturae appropriate to the Dro]aet, end.ey3denoa of esetiep ens of .the Drlmerp ob]eciivas of the Coe.wtlty Development Block Grant ProGru as Oeecribed in Attachment A; 2 CONTRACT BETME6N THH CITY OF JACR60NVILLH, FLORIDA AND THH CITY OF ATLANTIC B6ACN,'FLOHIDA THIS AORH@~IT, mda end entered Sn dwlicats e9 of tRie 1st deY Of Oetober, 199 by eM bstveen the CITY OF JACa60NYILL6, e muniolpel corporetlOn 1n Duval County, hereafter referred t0 e6 the City, ana the CITY OP ATLANTIC BBACIi, a munloipel corporation Sn Duval County, hereafter referred to m the Recipient. X I T N H 6 S H T N 111p3PEA6, the City has been ernrded a Co®unitY Development Block Greni rhleh provides for the development, astaDllahmmt and edminlgttation of pxp~aets to benefit for end moderate Sncooe Pereom, aid in the elimination of slum a:d blight or mint m urgent coveunlty need; MHBRBAS, said grant provides that the City will contract with nonpxpflt m®::nlty groups, to edminister end Leplement the pzo~ect mt forth tlfeisin; YAK„ St Ss Sn the Dmt Snteragt of the City to inter into a epaeiel ooiltract with the Reclplant for the aminiatretion of a pOrt10n of sold grant; MHHtHAS, the Citp hezaby vgagm the gaxvfees of the Aaciplmt W administer end implement a portion of Lhe Co®unity Development Bltq!( Giant for a CommunlTy Development DYO~ect; NDM. THBASFm1H, Sin nDnelderstLDn of tM mutuei premism end COVanenlg, fhs partly agree m (ollors: - .... ARTICLH I ... fiYMntlmloD 1. .The ReclpleDt agrees to perform the required sazoioes uMar the general ODOrOinstiOn of the Corunity Dewlopmmt DSVislon, Pienninp and DgwlOps6nt Deperbent, CSty Of Jecluo:rvllla. 1 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: COBG Contract 1994/1995 ~,~~ SUBMITTED BY: George Worley, Community Development Director Cam((/~' DATE: January 19, 1995 BACKGROUND: For several months Staff has beers in contact with the City of Jacksonville HUD trying to obtain a copy of the 1994/1995 CD6G contract for your review and approval. Due to various reasons, HUD was unable to complete the draft contract until late this past month. We are, in effect, placetl in the position of implementing a 32 month contract in only 6 months. The final revised contract for the 1994/1995 budget year Block Grant Program is attached for your review and approval. The contract reflects several revisions to the original which was presentetl to you in December. The revisions to the contract were generated by a committee made up of the City Manager, Sha rette Simpkins, of the DCDC, Scott Hylton, of Jacksonville HUD, and myself. The .revision has been reviewed by Jacksonville HUD and fou~~d a ~eytab:a. The DCDC has also reviewed this contract and has found it to be acceptable. A DCDC representative will be in attendance at the Commission Meeting Monday night should you have any additional questions regarding their portion of the contract expentlitures. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of the revised contract to allow immediate implementation. /J/_/ REVIEWED 6V CITY MANAGERS '1~~_ ~~~ 1 ., AGENDA ITEM NO. ~V ~SE1T BYE 1- 3-95 :12~32Pt1 SLN lSAtd( N. A.- 80i2i753i7:n 1/ 2 {.701 R~/ P~ arm. r+~a. izxrz Jamaay 3, 1985 tvb. Ann IAeuse Finance Direclar City of Atlantic Beach 800 tiernklob Avenue Atlantic BearJl. Florida 32233 SENT VIA FACSWILE Dear Ann: ~ s L H4 1 am providirp ytw a ffree-yesr fawridny tale vla tlua Ie1Car far your revfeai. The ttrcee- year rate as of belay would 6s 8.33%. The YlOerest tale would be ildexed b the two- year Treetey end se! on the hnWlnp dale(s). Aa always. ifds trarlaactloli is nb)ect to formal beret credit approval, whidl would be r ~quiddy. I wN ba happy to provide you wllh a formal Proposal upon Me City's Please cent me wYh any quaslions at 1-800~32~780. extanabn 4487. A: aMrays. n is a piaaWrs to work with you. sr,cerey. Jil K , Lease irtarkedrlp OMcer ..y.x~ . ~. Si,+T•,c era -.. ti, - - E NATIONAL = ,.SANK " " DS9 S. FEDERAL lpyy.:.. ~ .` -.~~' : c -. ~ _ - .. ... sruARr,asrow ... - cenTer-raoo . Ft`cwr~Ta.YEYp ,-: ~ .. i' .• Ma.Aml(are,F~ ~'Of~B~Cf. j~~"^~'::1 7`Fy`.~,~etr '.:4 r'r'yx,._..: OEtr I~IR n i .• Rivaode Natiotrl BWc at Piatl~ u''gareb?2o~" - . coutidaation Coomitny~ ~ ~'~ ~ folbariRB PtoPossl for your ~ ond~ary rovrw gat! y~proval of the City's fwannel 1. - 4 ~: ~ . i ~ ~~"' / ~, Tarr. :• ~~~-, .a^~ r ' r y~~.~ ....'~-:y ~~ ~~ j.'. ..'~y ~: L ~! ~M1 C . .I° ~~ > ~ 0~[.aM .raw c ~~,I~ ~~M. ~ n... 7~~ ~r•~x >z'~•~J Quote ie dSrct-: . K ~~ ~ ~"6i . ~OOadY mac" s .,~r~~ r' ~~ ~ sti -7 . .:fop t x~r~ ~r Rivatide N "`~ x~`~s~-Ggb'~r~°J .-~ - tttoadH ~~5 ~~ ~• ~ Y L Amr, P. Traylor • ;~` 1 _~. Go„a~atLmdf~` ~ . ..!~ c i. a 1~~.tT~.3j~~5 f~l ~'~~~YrN~ .. ~~ NOTICE OF ILLEGIBILITY ILLEGIBILITY OF SOME OF THESE DOCUMENTS IS DUE TO THE POOR QUALITY OF THE ORIGINAL. THE FAULT DOES NOT LIE WITH THE CAMERA OR ITS OPERATOR. .^^. '~ •~~,~, ~+~w+wnw a.r rw~ rlaN* ~~ JAN- q-95 WED 11:55 23 YRx~e lVrl4deN COr0aec6 Bar4Np January 3, 1995 Ann 8. HAelrse• CPA Finance Dtrector City d Aflardic Beach B00 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, Florida 322334445 Dear Ann: P. 02/02 Kamen BaMc of Jacksonriae, N.A. 60 Nosh Laura SVeal (32202) Poll OIIiCO Bo. 980 Jeckeonupu. Raitla 32237-0990 9CN9~-731a Please axept this letter as oaM'rmaticn d Berr~it B~Ik d Jadrsonville, NA's offer to provide lease firterlarq to the City d Atisrkie Bsach under >he tol-owktg penerel guidelines: boy lit; ' Up to 5200.D00 in lease fironeing Puroose• Plrchabdveltldeaendlttequigrier>t Advance Rate : 100% d coat Interest Rate• '6.00% Tenn: 36 rtprMhs 'The irNerest rate Quoted above is based an a Benlc Certified' Waw as de14-sd by the Internal Reverxrs Service and will not go up ti aooepted by are Cay witlwn ttrrty (30) days d ads letter. Please ghre ma a call vAal erry Questions or camlertts. Shaer , Robert A Yce President Corporate Bardcklg •v PonEe Vedra National Bank January 6, 1986 Ann 6. Meuse, C.P.A- Finance Director Cm' of Atlantic beach 800 Semirale Road AUantiC . Ronda 32233-6445 Dear Mrs. Meuse: . r~~ ptPf fhis letter ac ooffflmariion of PgRa VaOre Natlpnai puidelh~es: 8 m the ~ of Atlarrtic Beach under the y~y general AA/OLM.• UD m 1200,000 n ~~~ P(AiPpy~ equipment ft AOViWCEq~ypf/A/T- 1of a-W/orequlpmerK SST RA7E ~ 5.60% per annum ~. . ~~- 36 months, fully ~ Brest a cau whh~ar~y~v~etions or opnu m ba of service, pkese feel tree m gNe me This c0lrurlitrneM will expire if nor aooeptod by you ~ ~~, 37, 1996. B~( Barry W, CharKrler Sr- Vita Prseidertt BH/C~mb i :Past Office Box 1754 • POnie Yedra Beach Raride 32004. (904)266-7222 '- ~; - ~. ,.... y.~~ii.fs ..:~a.~ ~-:~~ritMtFtiaSd._ CITY OF fFilartle b'caelc - ~lesislerc eoo sFaunatE auto ATIANIIC aFXll, FLORpy aa2v-s9ss IFlERiOAE 10001 u1-5900 FAX (90n 2fF5905 MEMORANDUM Date: January 4, 1995 To: Kim Leinbach, City Manager From: ' ~ ,./ Ann Meuse, Finance Director p(~ / Subject: Lease Purchase Fnancirp of G enenl Fund Expenditures The City Commission approved the Lease Purchase of the following equipment in the L 994-i 995 Budget Fre Chief Vehicle _ S 15,000 Fue Marshal Vehicle S 12,000 Pavel Vehicles - 4 S 70,000 PidcuD Truck SVeets S 15.000 Riding Mower Sveeu S 15,000 Tnctor Streeis S 11,000 Motorcycle - Pogce S 12.000 5150,000 The bid has been awarded fora 1995 Kawasaki rrlotorlycle for 57,870 and I understand from my discussions with Chief Thompson that he is also ready to purehase the police vehicles through seta convaa. AtUChed are proposals for the financing of the equipment from Perna Vedn National, Barnett Bank, Sun Bank Sun Leasing and Riverside NaGorul BaNc. Pome Vedn National is offering the bwest interest rate of 5.5%. Barnett Bank's rate is 6%, Sun Barllr's rate is 6.33% indexed to tlls two year treasury on the funding date and Riverside National Bank rate is 6.39%. I also conntted Nations Bank, SDI leasing aM PNCOank, but I have not received proposals from them. I would like to request pemdssion from the City Commissbn to arrange finandng of the equipmem with Pome Vedra National at 5.8% fora 36 month lease. Of course the lease agreemem will need to be reviewed and approved by our City Attorney. I hope that you will refer this to the City Commission for their aDOroval at the January 9, 1995 commission meeting. Please call me if I will need to Orovitle any additional information. ~~ ~. it ie my recommendation that we purchase four new police vehicles from the Florida 6tate Contract which has been awarded to Garber Chevrolet Sn Green Cove springs. The coat of the 1995 Chevrolet Caprice Base price (w/ 4.3 liter engine) S 15,676.00 Spot light mounted 95.00 Bucket front seats / Vinyl rear seat N/C TOTAL S 15,771.00 EQUIPtigNT L/E BuPP1Y L/B Equipment Gall's Light bar SW300 Sw 547.00 ~ 639.95 - 629.94 --BP100 Siren speaker _ 175.00. 79.00 188.60 79.98 Security screen ~ 316.00 350.25 - 314 99 elect equip count 100.00 129.00 . gg,gg. - 1 ,217.00 1,386.80 1 299.99 Batlmate on vehicle marking 300.00 TGT~ PBR CAR S 17,288.00 (This price does not include a radar unit) I .. ~ ~~~~ .r:e ~8) 9916. Roof mounted visual warning system PVWL-6. Installation ): `~ instructions to be provided by the purchaser. SEE -~ SPECIFICATION PVWL-6. ORDER CODE OPT 9916, CODE-3 LIGHT BAR PRICE $880.00 (29) 9917. Vehicle anti-theft system. Factory or dealer installed. Tremco Police Anti Theft Systems, Trem Products Company j 49994444494499994494444444449444444444999444499444944449444444444444444444449' <-- Prev More --> VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Page=PREY Backup=PF i Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ' Capture Off ~ Prn Off 0 0:03: (617) 275-7692 or approved equivalent. State manufacturer and model no. bid. MANUFACTURER: TREM PRODUCTS CO. MODEL NO.: TPATS-JEEP ORDER CODE OPT 9917 PRICE $81.00 (30) 9918. 100 Watt PA/SIREN speaker, Federal Signal Model BP100 or approved equivalent. Speaker to be mounted behind the fron'~ grille. ORDER CODE OPT 9918 BP100 PRICE $117.00 (31) 9919. Florida Highway Patrol (MARKED) pursuit Package. Includes these contract options: 6002, power windows and door locks (JEEP ONLY); 7004, outside spare tine carrier; 8002, two- tone colors, creme and black; 8004, safety bumper guards; 9906, police package; 9008, decals installed; 9910, interior emergency warning lights; 9912, alternating lamp flashers; 9917, anti-theft system. ORDER CODE OPT 9919 PRICE $3,246.00 49449994449949444444444444994994494444944949444444494444444494944444449449494~ <-- Prev VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Page=PREV Backup=PF: Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ~ Capture Off ~ Prn Off ~ 0:03:: ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS NOTE: ALL ORDERS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO: SPURS VENDOR NUMBER: F 59-2213687-001 VENDOR: CARUSO CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH STREET ADDRESS OR P.O. BOX: P.O. BOX 16129 CITY, STATE, ZIP: JACKSONVILLE, FL 32245-6129 TELEPHONE: 904-725-7300 TOLL FREE 110.: 800-654-8426 ORDERING FAX NO.: 904-725-3059 ~. ..~ ~ommand> Next Pa a=NEXT Prev Pa ~•lt A menu, Alt-N help d STATECON ~ Capture Off 4e-PREV Backup=pF3 Pin Off ' 0:02:05 Approximate delivery time required after receipt of order: 90-120 D4YS - YYYYYYYYYY94444494 VTX Command> - Next Page=NEXT Prev Page~PREV >Backup=PP3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ~ Capture Off Prn Off ~ 0:02:18 070-400-210 ~ _ - (36-4) MARE JEEP CHEROKEE 4-DR 4X2 OPTION - 036-400-211 - Option, Economy Utility Vehicle, 4 Door, 4x2, gpec, OPTIONS: (1) 1001. O.E.M. alternative fuel conversion ready engine. To include all internal modifications required for aftermarket conversions for operati:,n of natural gas. state engine manufacturer and model no. bid. .. NANUPACTIIRER: N/A MODEL No.: N/A . ORDER CODE N/A PRICE N/A (2) 2001. Manual overdrive transmission, 5-speed, minimum. ORDER CODE DDQ PRICE (Credit)<$702,00> 44444494444444444444444449499999444449444944444444994444449444494444494949949999 <-- Prev VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Pa More --> Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON f Capture Off 4e-PREV Backup=pp3 Prn Off ~ 0:02:22 (3) 2002• HD trailer toning equipment for towing up to 5000 lbs. FORD: Includes these coaponents; 3.73 rear axle ratio (XD4), limited slip differential, trailer tow package - super I ~- 26A GAL HAA JLW SDB JAY 449494444494444499944994949444499949444444444444444444449444Hore9944444449449494 <-- Prev VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Page=PREV Backup=PF3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help 0 STATECON ~ Capture Off 0 Prn Off B 0:01:51 **#R*f*!**#***#i*###**#**tt**ii*i*#*##**i*t*t****#**#####**i*tt*#***i*tti* BASE VEHICLE: EPA MILEAGE 17 LIFE CYCLE FUEL COST $ 4,705.00 449499444994449449944994994444444494499444994949444494444444More4444444444444449 <-- Prev VTX Comrand> Next Page=NEXT Prev Pa a=PREY Backup=PP3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ~ Capture Off ~ Prn Off ~ 0:02:02 070-400-210 (36-4) MAKE JEEP CHEROKEE 4-DR 4X2 CONTRACTOR DISCOUNT* MODEL/ PRICE Western District CAROSO CHRYSLER $60.00 XJTL74 $16,230.00(A) Northern District CARUSO CHRYSLER $15.00 XJTL74 $16,185.00(B) Central District CARUSO CHRYSLER $40.00 XJTL74 $16,210.00(C) Southern District CARUSO CHRYSLER $65.00 XJTL74 $16,235.00(D) *Discount per unit for vehicle picked up by ordering . agency at contractor's place of business. 994944999494444444449944444444494444994944494449494444494444M4O1e9994444444494949 <-- Prev DELIVERY: DELIVERY WILL RE NADE WITHIN SEE SPECIAL CONDITIONS DAYS AFTER RECEIPT OF PURCHASE ORDER. 44944444499944994994444994449444444949949994944499994994444444499499994994994494 Nore --> VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Pa a=PREY Backup=PF3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ' Capture Off ~ Prn Off ' 0:04:32 TERMS: NET t 30 DAYS PRODUCT INFORMATION: DIRECT INQUIRY TO: NAME AND TITLE: WILLIAM SEGAL, FLEET MANAGER ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 16129 CITY, STATE, ZIP: JACKSONVILLE, FL 32245 TELEPHONE: 904-725-3050 TOLL FREE NO.: 800-654-8426 94944444444444499444949999444444444444444444444444444444499444444444444444499449 <-- Prev VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Pa a=PREY Backup=PP3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATF.t`ON ~ Capture Off ~ Prn Off ~ 0:04:45 Suite 220 TITLE: AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT TROCKS BID NO.: 18-070-001-P OF CONTRACT CONTRACT NO.: 070-001-95-1 EPFECTIVE: November 23, 1994 through .November 14, 1995 CONTRACTOR(S): See Attached List SUPERSEDES: 070-001-94-1 ANY QUESTIONS, SUGGESTIONS, OR CONTRACT SUPPLIER PROBLEMS NHZCH MAY ARISE SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF JIM DEN SLEYRER AT (904) 488-8367 SUNCOM 278-8367. A. AUTHORITY - Upon affirmative action taken by the State of Florida Department of Nanagement Services on November 17, 1994, a contract has been executed between the State of Florida and the designated 9944499949999999444999499994449994494449449994499444444949499949999994494949949 More --> VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Pa a=PREY Baekup=PF3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ~ Capture Off ~ Prn Off ~ 0:04:5 iUX~~E ~R/+7C ~ gp-ILO h?~, Fire Chiefs Car January 19, 1995 Page 2 The Fire Harshals vehicle will be replaced with one of the best police cars [hat is being removed from the Police Department fleet. The New Replacement of the Fire Marshals vehicle wi!1 be renwed from the 94-95 budget. However, minimal dollars will be needed from the 3004-520- 522-64 account to change the marking on the vehicle from police to fire. The replacement of the Fire Marshal's will be evaluated by staff and if needed will be readdressed in the 95-96 budget. FACTS ABOUT CURRENT FIRE CHIEFS VEHICLE The current fire chiefs vehicle is an old police car with 94,000 miles on it. After several weeks on the department I have been able to identify several areas of concern that snakes this vehicle unreliable. Those reasons are as follows: 1. Bodv inteari~ - Front windshield is held in place with silicone sealer, - There is a large hole in the roof that allows water tc leak into the drivers lap. - The rear window is pnyti.ally sealed with silicone sealer but still leaks water into the rear seat and trunk. - There is major rust and holes in the: Doors. Roof, and Trunk - The front seat is collapsed and is held up with a board. ~~ 2. Mechanical ieoairs needed - Replace the Carburetor - Needs a Valve Job - Needs a Brake Job - The cooling system is failing. - The transmission slips The total estimated repairs this year for the current Fire Chief vehicle is (6,000.00 The cost of materials only with no use of the vehicle for 1994 was about f600.00. I[ is the opinion of the Fire Chief that purchase of a new reliable vehicle for the Fize Chief would minimi2e the maintenance cost to preventive maintenance, with a life expectancy of a minimum of 5 or 6 years. Respectfully submitted CITY OF o'1tlaKtc'e Sege! - ~le¢icla '1160CEAN BOVLEYARD P. O. BOX 25 ATLAN7[C BEACH. FLORIDA 9RTA3 TELEPHONE X800 2t?yg5 FIRE DEPARTMENT January 5, 1995 To: Kim Leinbach, Ci[y Manager FROM: John Ruley, Fire Chief REF: Council Approval of Fite Chief vehicle As per your instruction I have prepared documentation for the purchase of a new fire chief car. This evaluation identlf ied the intended use of the vehicle and based on that use, it is my recommendation [hat we purchase 1 Jeep Cherokee 4-Door 4x2. This vehicle is on the state bid and was awarded to Caruso Chrysler Plymouth Jeep, Jacksonville. The cost of [his, 1995 Jeep Cherokee: Iw/4.0 liter enginel f 16,185.00 Estimated additional cost f 300.00 ~`~6i~ 1 ~'"9 8 5`~G The Fire Department budget has se[ aside f 15.000.00 for [his vehicle replacement. INOte [he cos[ of all vehicles have gone up 308 since last year. With this increase we are over budge[ by about S1,SOU.00 ) The base price of this vehicle is f 509.00 more than the base price of the police vehicles 11995 Chevrolet Caprice). There is additional money in the budget for a replacement of the Fire Marshal's vehicle, however it is our intent not to replace that vehicle at this time and make do with an existing city vehicles. The hard numbers and line item expendl[ures are as foltcws Budgeted in the Fire Administration Account 3001-520-522-64 for this replacement is f15,000.00 As the new vehicle is f 1,485.00 over budget I would like to transferring funds from [he Fire Prevention Account 3004-520-522-64, where there is budget 512,000.00 [o replace the Fire Marshal's vehicle. `7c. cirr o~ ~T~"''~' Qt(4wtlC bCN,~7cowsa VENDOII: DUVAL FORD 1616 CASSAT AVENUE JACRSORVILLE PL 32210 L ~~EHASEI ORDER mO~~E^o"P P.O. NU^BES OATS AiIAYfC BFACiI RptM ]~S•SS retEnlarE lix9 x.>m1e to Nw, rimn 008704 12/15/94 116 NYEA MISx YIFM M NL wYgEq rra.e usrs, wrss, seas as.•onc No SNIP TO: ~~' C ITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 1200 SAN DPIPER LANE ATLANTIC BEACH FL 32233 J L J VENDDNE DATE NEEDED 7EAY3 ^EOU6RIONED ^Y 836 12/15/94 NET KELLY F.O.& CONTRACT NO. ACCOUNT NO. PNOJECT REQ NO. REQ DATE 01-5002-541.64-0 0000007442 12/12/94 ~ WANTTTY UOY ITEM NO.AND DESCNPIgN UNR CAST EI(TENDED COST 1 1.00 EA F-150 FORD PICK-UP 1563.0000 11563.00 2 1.00 EA OPTION 18007/LONG BED 230.0000 230.00 3 1.00 EA OPTION i5003/A/C 806.0000 806.00 4 1.00 SA BEDLINER 250.0000 250.00 5 1.00 EA OPTIONi8008/DUAL TANK 116.0000 116.00 6 1.00 EA TRANSMISSION COOLSR 85.0000 85.00 7 1.00 EA SLIDING REAR NIYDON 113.0000 113.00 8 ..1.00 EA TOOL BO% 345.0000 345.00 9 1.00 EA HEAVY DUTY BATTERY SYSTEM 56.0000 56.00 070 045 COLOR CODE 'YY' STAIR CONTRACT: 070-001-95-1 COMMODTY 070-500-410 TOTAL 13564.00 • NOTE • This purchase order is over g500 a d is not valid without the following si natures. City Manager, ^ e n c Director of Pinance, nn ease TI( areas iTwrtc 6~cx c Earr inoN w.IrrroE iFLNYI EiCEE TY 1,a STATE Yllf Mi 0.gpe iT.T1F iii 'IUS{Ox-IWxSH.C PREPATALL PRFJOMT QNIRGES UMlE86 DTI^111YBE 6PEfilED .__._ Obit lYx. U({'NFQ ti WARpANI'Y KiXltli4tlpll.lTli9 Aa the nhick awnrr, pw arc rt+rywaille f uthe I+Mrc- 1r1aRY of Ihr rrynirtl nuiieenantt pared is ynrwYCr i mawral. Prcd «mnwKnda Ihal pw rclain all rnYilax nweeu,e nuimenawr m yar MIKk.hw FnilanwY may. vamnry nwrrayc arkly fu the IackdrettilVSrc ha pwr faihaY uiewre Ihepedrcrrmac of all xhnWkd naaYVttt. 1'w art rryranihk hr ryeae,yia~ pwr rchkk ra a fird rc Mercury dcakr as arYw as a ryli+lem rxian. llK wElarllY Ifpk[alY.lhlhr nMlld(Ml In i reS4nlihk anuaux of IinK. art 4, lalYtJ Mldar:. Aa Ihr achk'k,nnY, am dlnrN akn h avae IhM I:eA may deny you warrawy cmmFr if p.a xrAkk a aryal ~IP (ahrl~M,lYe 4~aMY, negh<t mgrnper IM1ilnkYaKY,rc If y.n have any yrKaiws rt fadnry~ par wansxy riEha aM nxlaawihilirka,t. if ym van m reryYl wM par helkve Nthc axJLxm Mlhc h.nndrNa warmq~. yrr way nnran nr liad ('uomur AcaiVanlr ('lwn r I.y(i(1 :Y12 :1h71 <. rlr ('alifnau Air pnawrm p.wJ y_ SWe d('anfaraia Air Rv..rtaz Rrard Ale6ikSnwrrY Uivhian f57A1lhearAaeux F] Alonle, liBfardw ~ 1731 Ip WHAT ~ti CVYF.RF71 Arry gr(lia tai alien enisuran aM, ifh(enive, it cnrereduwderlls Oefeq R'amAy fur 3 ycax150,(Irp mile far Mickc with aCV WR d 11.(MIn the nr lecc hem tlol remit seheda4d na,l.,......r ~...__~._ 6aoilcl. ilac If6e 6a(trroais nwtahanhfen, dK eraialau IAKect WmryJUec rat ggly. ti addMiou dear Mick faiha ArwR(TerA due hf dK Gipre n nuHeanim M a yon mmcd erukr IIK hwx. Iem Ocfec7s7Vanaly. frad winrepurc rha Iran frc OP b 71TJ11R7n.QY1 nYltl,,akKheVT fIM 90.aR WtuT 4c N(rr (:Ilvrlein Fad Ahwr Cegany mY ~'Y pw varaany nvera{e if yxwrMOcklra pal ha: GkddrK wahw.c. rKRkct inpraycr oaamkorre. usalpoaed rru,difKarirwa, rc aayiaerle iaciakd'n'Whr Is Nrc (lmped; foe II•IZ 19 .,~ ..~ ..a ....w uM~. n~i r.i rve bN4SY bblb YIHIR wAIIYANFY RR:IITS AN11 URIAr:A1NM15 IArydk,bk Nyrv veyick mmv M,y dthc OdbwirrR rnRVanreax: 11 a cen)fi[d M sale ie Califrcaia, u i,diraed m Iltr Ndticle firisxec Canhq hdaa/yn ydd 2) krejiamd N('J)Rmieaakraae,tlaplr,R Caifwsie cneaka, ar W Nx tLd Y'+rr,e7' reEdairea.l the (ilirmde A'v Ramierea noerA erd I;rd m pksN ro cydue tyc emrxion caaral ryaen e'meay m yar 1995- n,del vehiele. 6 C,lirae:a, nrr near, xehielre ereA h rluidead 6a1, Bed eyeilTM Io,%el the Sine's 0i,(.e,l eai-me; anderda. Fad wW kneel Orenri,xlm carerd syebe m yam velrida fa de priadsdtime Need ee p[e 17. pwided drat iu hxe n,lrua, eedal, a ^Aeafr+ nniaeesce dyter tehkk. Yareiai,a wnlnl,yxba roy incyek Arts mrA a the rvhaeNa fel hytcuv eyflmL lye Mrl°a sy#rM1 hyaer,hekSCVSreataSttedahu "" Arn®au+eWeA may' rest wym a vmteYyk aaditia niW, Fad viN pv yam vdiek a araa, ro yoe ieduSn[ 6epetos. PIS rd kha. 16 j.'~ 4ti6 Pte MANI1FAr.'111RF.Rr3 wARRAKfY COYP.IIAI:F. Fa J x,a a JO,aro miles (Niehva f,y xactes t I. Ifyar tdriek lik, Sans OlKCh isyrcrhr, a0 nea:vey nr,ie e,d ,dj+>bnerc r:n h trrde by Fad MaWYe 0,1 yarar rc Iijly nat pun Ote im~rnion.7hh'rv yaaenissiru rn,rd eyaea I'F1IPoRMANCE wARRANiI: 2 If ory rni,xims.rekLLd Pen m yw vehicle u de(eativa, de pn Brill h reyeirtda nplarcd hY Ibtd.7heuywrden u,aeaiavim eoarolsystem UF3if'IS WARRANTY. fvr 7 yef e a 70,000 miles l" 'hkhver fnL avwx): I. Ir,e endvims-releled pn liatd m pse 71 wrh evec,6e far 7 yeas rc 70.0011 ndhs a derecl irq ilk prt eNR h reprreN a repin,vl M FaJ.llru i x ywr Im{aenrt enru+ia, wand xyaam DEFE{'IS wARRANIY. IfCrra,s Vetick Weitk Raie)!n. over I,.000Ibi: I. Ifwemissims rtlaedpnmyarMrkle is ddad r<. tlrc pn will h rep,hed rc rgderod Iry Frcd.7hisisyaneeuvwn neend:yae.; I)EFFA'iS wARRANIY. r<gislertvl in a une wkre lk slap ek hral ~ FPA~ (mernnkM has np'r^~M inspcclini aa1 nkirekiuntt pn~ram, yen may aLsn k eligible fir fxdcral Fmixsioas 14f/aaaewe Wananly mmraRC. Fad will na charge ym ro rclaiq replasr ek+djusl (irrlrMireg lahk aal diagmwis) any ameixaxMx mmml Device ra.ype,,, (irrleding every pan m W6e I311'rm'ir4s1 all rdlk following eaadirNns arc rrkr • Yw Ww; reuimaintd aM nikrakd ynw vehKk p~wd~ ilgt M the in4NClitrR qr p1epT tYt ~ ~r (~~ (,aide. M.iaeSpxe SMkdkk k Recad heNkr, and iu Ihis bwlkl. • Yw vehkk faih to rnMam daringarerindM2yem Or 2f,ullll mile, whieherer ((tors furl, l0 de rypli- awhk n]riroal IPA tlaeldtlds. • YMI pe nuhjeel m a pakNy ar saektiai wxkr heal. tltle, rr kdtral law 6exillf! your vehkk hx GAM m aMam M the emlgink alpkWdx A pTally a aarkf1011 IYI IA•Illd! hela( def11M Ilk fip,M M VK yran RMtle. • Y r aekck has na ken lamlerM wish. miss M, nr abkscsl. '11k I'ehral [:rtri.simn PsTramante Wampy will na apply b Ttr vtllkk it h is kskAr high ahilWt, Ma is cMifiM 1O ~ tlkkLkls only a pa Nxi. Nae: Iflk 6aMawn tlamt lhtl ~9MdkaUle tlalc sr loW yaksa:hkk will pass peroedean and tlaMpdx ap hey 1~~~ rk F nedaal Fanxwma rktfamaatt Warrpay does am pyiy WNAT Li (:q{'F.RF.1) llk /allawiag rage erwaia a litl nrdk Arta unt are coayaed Ikid[a ue fcdvtl Ucrat aed Pkarnruraate Wartatly. kak un a+prc rchdakd repiaceakm arc wan>tlrtd b dk «nlacskeal NdeTVal as,paiGed in yak OwryCrdA , aad ue Maimernatt Setaedlrk aad Reakd hrdki. L'MISSIr)N5 WARRAA•Il' PART ~,1ti7' • AluToel lis<pwx rnaml SyYM ~ ~~ •'~Yk rnT•aimsy4n • [1Wpkrawne • ~I+wrakrA `eeyy.F~pl. • CetlsW Fivihmm~syKo • Gk 4an Fkrl laimwftl • lirwd (w IakaNali,. . Uimiekk • &akws to ~fsnk. ' ~l5yr (Na:foke • Fykaaic Fafiar Cu.na s..,a:ra c.~ • f~aka rm 4a+~nrWi~e ~~ ~spttr. flare. Fkrr ' F+Iru Hnr ramie Vale • eJm atmlwe • tier MnrT ntl f4ea h[Mi[b ' F.llifAim 3ysbe • ~ l'lma 3vgay Matlfop • FaN Seglll III Fka FaiStkkk ply • Fwl Tark irm„rar plyf ' ~R+aa ta.e.r rmpa ' Fad Vap+4kafc Casim. t:a.;e sro.+.. ra A.wikra t'aWWa • w~ c~a maw n.w,a • Iratlr ua.;hu • HaIM1enlm lafiark life. SnkwMka • RV fykew adtlil li0er rap • aaaemsfpeal quark ' aka aa> e0.ky Ai Igesrie YaMR[n""4'r A%lynein Rapaad Arkrkwy Fans ' $prl C'mk~armpkrera rb~svva 'f1a•wk AhC Nwa ' Tamrk aaay AasNy fMF7) • y~Fa AwMly • TFeI'Ak Cnpw ykw • YphmrAitb Sesvr e~bWkk~iheld~ew Wofa+.ar~~.d K4 w°~drd Mutpy dnkT maiaaim amrydek Iitl rd araereo gMx fir entkt daaik tlartl lk yecifr prta dw blue FmiFaiemDMen Wxeamy, entlaelynmr WuAT Is Nnr (:ovtxe~) Ydar aeliele aCA.~y may halt' rrn wpmtly epaemge if _ rak hu (pled due b abaek, aegleq, ~ ~~„~tl kw ~oaad modfkMiob,m py (irvead ~ paRfa I1~12 __ ... ._.._, ,,,,~~~ ,-u.v ru rat yef933`16816 966 PB6 ~)AAIAl:6 (.AI~SeII Hr' IMFRI/I4:R MAI!rfr:nnncr: Iyamage amimA by failure In maintain the vehkk, imprnp- rdy maintaining rhr sshick, w using the vmng furl. oiL WMinalt rc 0nid is raa mvercd. See the (hvrcr fNiar fw omen 0uwl kvcly. arnt the MaiMltuw< Srhedu4 and Rs<tad hankkt ha proper rays m maintain you vMisie. MAIh'R:NAN('hIWFAR Farts and la6a needed m m+iobin the vebick and Ile repbaemml of pans due In •raanal v~nr aed ur arc not covered by e.mnty awl arc tM owrcr i rt<pmVlNlily. Faamlac. ftmr the hlainknansz Ssfinhde ant! Record BankM arc: • t)il (7.angev • (YaningTdi.hing • Trt Rntalnm • (Fls,lakkantc Odtcr Fluids • Fagirc iurc up • IhVAir Fihers • Kilo Rladr., Rnkr LiningN'aAC and fhmA linings (h IIr:R IrraL./ConulnoNS Nor CoveREu Rr Tats WARMNfY • Nan~Fad panv dyntu v6hide tha are iaualkd by body huilden w nuwdacmn olhcr Than fad • Yehick:litkda klb.s: dismMksl. fae,Rad.junk. IeMrih, rccmawnrd, rc xaNagsrl • l'mvened amhuWtces Ihat art ent trryippM nillt du lard AmbMatce Ptrp P•skage (see pant 291 • Y,'kel alrytamaa ad IiR laal•ncirtg after 12 aaaMls w 12!10(1 allcs (Midcrwacws fiaa), tu4ss Ir4tlIIltd by . •.n.ey rgsair. • Aker the fuse 12 ttnndn in nere4e (Ias thm JbA00 rm'Ite), do hrtery sd116e Irylated m a raaaure• prlwiy~lim bast asdaatbed m pays 6. 12 FMIS'SIUN WARRANTIES FOR YOUR VEHICLF. RAIkticRlras I)Rrtcr WARRANTY 3 YEARS/JG,000 MIIFS 1kYhkbesar 1)ssan rlrwl lhnkr the fednal [mieskra Dtfm 0.5rcamy, Fred mua proridc a geaual wttisuom drkn •vrawy Ga 2 yens w 2LOIp niks lvhkbever rar:tns lieut. Fwd «sMiwex tlux rarraMy rhmrgb 3 yens w 16.1110 mikx IaAkhever wsvn lust!. Fwd vwMMS IhM yaw vcpkk: • is daigncd. ladlt, and egidpped la tmfwm, r Ihr time h ixsald, udA dr emittkps regulMims nrthe 11.5. FAr'awmscNal Prokaian Agcw-y (IYAy, artd • K fro hwn dUars in facauy-saNYied maerialx and rwkmaaship nfi4h mow nose a to rail m m•fma aPdkab4 EPA «gdalkaa. Ym vin aa1 be ~ kn rtpair. rtp4eemeM w Idptnmed ddefeaive eaNWOnx•elred pam Iis1eA m page I i. this kutodu Mar and diapwu Fwa period dg years w IIO,lIDD vdks, vhkherer susvns • fine. apnifud erjwranusioa tmMrsi<sanygataa- pnlytk tmverRr, ekcbm4 rrn4xion caaltd wtil (PCh11. snAioard aaafiu~a IRstraaic desist -ant are covaad by • the Eacwiom Dcfm Wwrady. I'.MLtQOHS PF.RP()RMANCT. WrARRAhI'Y Save aYta a lod gawsrtuls k9 Orr tthaoY b•Itx tnirled 6y wLk14 ®ng tat proadorcs and Amdrnd Ibr wwl nc agaiRlneMS vet by the FTA. if ynta veMC4 u Il a.. ro.aroi •n:no u.rw~ ruse eta f1..t '.Hq~16 - 966 PBS - . - WARRANTY SUMMARY ~ WHAT IS NOT COVERED Ner lkhiAe lJrrrilad {Yururf-_~_--~ ~~ ~~ Af.TiRATIf1Na MlS(ISF~oK DAMACI; C plrrrs.~r AI4SFA by (Y~IDF.NT F~riplcsalc wb1 • (lifiahn, firK Ilpfl. frteriap. •aalaliaw, ria. cyrhr f'W/~y~~ irwr.R9lrjrab MlthrE A[ cchik • Meawr6 Ur.ehkk.+9rh wakiviuF mcr cvrka. fardr malosd'eE liiyl, a wire 111f KlrlCk ai a YaliaLY Ixn...sw . y Obrr fyr rrwer xrlra a i i i i n • AhmOmrcmdifaainn ~lM Mrkk.ircirdinl rlrc Ys/sia b>fn+kc4lfrl 6dY. afiaaa~ rc carr.sma a0cr the vciw4 ka.rr tlr Falc/enc Kwnw1 ararnl lrr.,a • T rah Orr ~~k. w ~"E 'Pc^^F .ilh Ihr nina- FNnd Vthk(ra siiws ayaKrm a rilh ahr ryla lha aRm llr[Y Lria.lehvshraq xtgrwe. •feei Frc4ua M' • Dirrl~lanlilxrc Nrriat lip nJrripKCrcrhrrc rk ..... IvFrre~ arwal wikaEr cans k drlanrincJ rhr hr dp ahm. •Ij~,~RAY~M <1R hdrr'IOnrClaliYt frc!•I eaMMI[d il[TlM rrf rimr ll~IIaf111a Yahll{!ft • ('OfiV1111M1a1 Cfi a lwilrnlpf hCUDYIAt falriLtlVlal~ti• ~ 1 • Cmmrerv(gOpOCh(mrala ri~AOpfiVY/~ W lYYal ' s""~~"'t DAMAGE. CA(6t9/ by UCi; AND/(IK ' l..r a' a,~1.. TRP. ENYIRDNMRNT „rsn:~i M.. '1•~ Smfaa nN and dnaircairw n(ImiM. Khn. ad a~rarwrr irerw Om rcwha Irm ort ad'rc cynwec Mr the cknrmra ra:.N.r..r.M..wr ~ sc as.urtni laarFks rc: ~ $ha[(111{rf. SCalt(n] • I.iE1OIriaE. llail w.w~.wxa.k.alwl Mrraw.w ~ ~ . yy~~~~.~TMLfY~Y~ MM.~wrwiL1~L 'M1~rirr~~ YI~LM.fN ~ B/A ~~yy~~~~ ""Tr'~'F' lYalaQFlad a~YYYrnurrr~ML~~Vi~ '~ rtir~~.Ylrr~~w~iYI~~YJr~ ne..r.r...h r®rr.r-a.r`wlr~ ~..r:ww+r.r k.l~..w.rnswr...~. 10 ll u.-w-u. au: r~ ~ ~~.r+-~ +-u-i~ rv~ tit ~9Si a~Hlb 466 Poi ('nursed cd+ryx+«Ms: rylirrder hl«k. hexl< and all internal parts intake and eahaua manifolds, Pyvfiael, timing geJr, harmonk Mlanca, valve amver~ nil pan and pump. water pump. fuel pump and hrrl ryslem lexchdirrg fuel lints and fuel lank), high presarc lines, Baskds and xnlx, Bq"' f+lnBs. ludgtlraryrr. prrwaMrain cnarM trgdnk, ekelmnie drive unit, injeuas, injedim preswrc serisrx, high prczaxe nil regular«, exhaust hack precwre reBo4ra and sensor. nm.<hafi position srnvrx, a«ekntw swikfi. Nde: Some pxryancds aLav nuy he covered by the Fmis- sinrtt Wamawies xtith n+dedunihk. See pages I7-I4 for rtrrxc infanrWinn. Damage w dher ircm< rxa Covered by Ihis warranty art de:eTil+ed m pages I I-12. ~ IN bDDITION .. . The<arc wartanted aep,nldy by the tiro rtramfaduree liax tirc wartarny L< i«ludcd wish the owner literanxe wpplied with yaor re+r vehicle. If ^ lire is damagM ahuinB the wamnty nwaaBc peril bafuse of a eehick deftct in fancy-supplinf malcrial<rv waknnn<Np, the the will he rq+laoed hY Fad Md«Ctatyam. Yow v<fiiaic lurtlaa a is a daily rental unit) i<eligfik frr the Fwd Roadside Assistaee pn+Bwnt. This prnenm i< seprate Gan tlrc New Yehiek Limned Wamdy, hd Ike prugmn period is conctrrent with Ile Brurger to Pumper Wartrrty period. Iladw drne progmn. rvlyd will count Ir+xvF (q rk nearest turd «Mercay deakrdr'ry+). q.rc Lire tnrmrling. fuel delivery.jump axon. and 1«knd prA+kmw Pas more information, nll I-R00.2d I -FORD lt4ytl- Tovilg odes, itaal by wamarlahk failue heyaad me &xAaT q Pxtrtpcr Wamaay ix Caaercd wqa the appfxaFk w~rram~ rv daily rental exits that mN he Nwcd hecau<c a tm+st pan ha< failed Qaing th Pumfer m Pumper Warranty Ixr:.L Ford will envier lowing q the rcma FsxJ « Mercury dealership. ~o neae Mlb PB3 R.Iklt,1\71 (Ut'l'klGl fsad Mnla C'mlpany W ill ~e ylra Ialle,y (ap lu 3 years a :46,0011 miles) a< (nlbWS: atamts Or SBtvIEE iaesas lgTn: SaA00 atEOa ~ 36.000 asriay Cora IGOR SOa' 734' IabA 10016 la0ar IOOf •'11r prsmaage is ap(Jiasl x, the prccrnl sopgeacA mail price d the aw nplxnnem Mmarmfl hmra} hr yax sehiek. • ,~ ~vlltlrr~rklnr ~~ Il I1Nr1A/}(lll l.Ir lGl. Safely helu and SappkmcaW Reslnim Syaems (SRS) arc cslvered agaia~ drkeCs n facxry-wpplied Naaniak a sw,llemleship. Safely n9raim syslern ooeaage hegi~ a tls Warlamy sun dale and lass fa 5 yeas a 50.000 mike. srhidever omas fast. Pody anal nlnal panels are trneml agailta rnrrosion Juc u a de@cl in factory-supplied maleriak a WarkmaAd,ip. The length d the «pelr atwcuge depends uryn the type of sarosion dawgc. • If tms,sila nines perhrmhn Ihdnl in the Ixaly stern me W. repair covengr taco fa 5 yearx regxJkcc of the mikx ddvrn. • If RRIRiIaI does MR ca,ae IaJes, and It AM the rtalll tv urge andhr envimnmWal n,AFlirm4 npnir mvem fr lass hr) years a 3(6000 xliks. vdlisilcver r,mrs fnu. For daaage caused I'Y aidxra rrWCrial fenvirmnssad faOAa), 1YIa•c ll,elr: R A,dekat nss,IsN slat ll,tlehaC m sranmy. car policy is to mver palm da,nagc duc b airlrrA mMerial (environnlemal falhul) fa I ~ mmlhx a 12000 mlka, rllll[IIL'r'er aRLrs fl:a. 1 C'snai. dual irgOgial dine) engine n,nllannls aA avsered agaem dekar in factory sufgiied materials a I rrakmaedlip fa S yearn a IIMI,000 miles, v+luehever rxcan ~ ~ tint A SI011 dedanibk yax repair visit applies after the Bumper b 6ampa Waraay s'ovrnge pcm+d l3 yars a 36A00 milrr4 vAlicllcvcr rr..sns fiN). 6 7 91~3~1 19:62 OIA.eiL Ef)fr1 fLL FLE %43B'SB16 465 P92 THF. NEW VF.111(:LE LIhtITRU N•TE:Thisinfomwion~banthelimiutionsm WARRANTY FUR YOUR irtridentil and coasequentiil damages under the NEW 1995-MODF.i. Y6NICLF, VFy1K.lE l~MITFD WARRANTY ilso yyliex to nc~ EMISSIONS WARRANTIES deslvibedmpeges 13.74. i Yoa NEW VENIC7Ji I JMTIFl) WARRANTY gives ym apxific kgil rights. Yau may have adw rights the wry from slue to uau. The New Vdiidt Limited V.hrtamy is the mly express vnrtaay applisalie ro your vdiele. Frcd neidwr aswmes nor authaires aoyare b tarrrtte for h any ether obligation a liabiliry is lroauxliaa with you vehiek a die wrauy. Fad atl you doles are ool responubk fa any tirrc tkn you ba, fa airy inronveakxc you might he aastl. fa the kns of your trulvponuiat, a fa arty otter mcidemai a nmseyuaahl damages you may have. You may lave some iayiicd watraiiea For eaaryie. yw rmy have: • an intplitd wawaay of rtwc6adabifdy fdW your or a IigM truck & reasamMy frt frctlte geaeml papos fa which it was sold): a • m implied wartamy d fihm fa a lmtticvla papo¢ (tlW she ores GgM Uock it milabk (ur y~ Pt'9'os~)- 7Aae impGtl warranties are limned, b she awe aRowtl by lasv, ro dm /iota period covered by the writleo wamaia, a b tlm applicable time puird provided by sate law, rAielteva period is stealer. Sase cues do aee ilksw Fad b ionil how long n implied wamamy bola, a b e:chile a limn ircidemal a rotnrgoemial danuges, m dm Rmituion sod earimilnK desm'bcd above may ma apply b yw. a. W IIAT' ~S (~(1VF:NF:U ~n~~ ~rl ,.1lrt !~, ~n~ie. `•J /tC 111'/.17 t+fklti\!V U AaMnivcd Tend Maa Canpsny dealers will repair, replxr rc tljuss ill pmts tm Yrnn vchkk (enept tircsl that xe defective m fanrsy-sullied ma!erial<a wakma~ip fps! year a J6AOU tm'Ics (whifiovcr rtturs final. Oder cwengcx and xervira are dccrihed m page fi 9. Hems a Nrdilionx IM err ear rmrrrd by d¢ New Vehiek lJndsN Wartanty are dewibed m pages I I-17. When making wamnty rclairs. Ile dealer will uve Furl rw MoformR par<rc rcmamfanurM parts rho are Mhabed 6y frond. S CITY OF 11tlartie b"eae(s - ~lmrtclis u«s~NaenFS:were ro~uorre n.y saaw ~~ aDC o«~ u~so January 4, 1995 M E M O R A N D U M TO: Kia D. Leinbach/City Manager FROM: Robert 5. Koeoy/Director of Public Morks ~9llj/' RE: STATE CONTRACT PURCHASE OF NEM FORD F-150 PICKUP FOR PUBLIC NORKS The Marranty on this vehicle i• • standard Manutseturers Marranty of three (3> yeas, 36,000 riles. This is a toll coverage Marranty, busper to busper, parts and labor. Please see enclosure, a copy of Fard Motor Cofpany Marranty, for detail description. It ycu should have any questions please call se. RSK/CD Enclosure (Copy of Ford Motor Co. Marranty) ce: Lyaan Fletcher/Mayor Couiesionera Jia Jarboe/Deputy City Manager Kelly D. Burton/Acting Maint/Sanit Division Director FILE - F.GUIPMENT 76 CITY OF tle 8caek - ~leslda w~ sFA~wa.r woAD AMATC !PAGE. n.OAa11 n3J15~LS iFl.Fl1N1Nr IFMI ]A5800 FAX I1w13(L9o5 January 19, 1995 To: The Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners From: Maureen King, City Clerk Subject: BOARD VACANCIES/APPOINTMENTS The following is a reminder of the appointments which need to be made to fill vacancies or seats which will shortly become vacant on various boards: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BOARD: Ruth Gregg - Resigned effective pece~ber 1, 1994. (Term would have eapired December 31, 1995) Ms. Gregg has Served continuously since 1982, first on the Advisory Planning Hoard and then on the Co®unity Development Hoard since its inception in 1986. PENSION BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Richard E. white - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed by Commission January 1987 John Fletcher - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed by Commission January 1993. TREE CONSERVATION BOARD: Hope Van Nortwick - AppointedrFebruaryr1992 1995. Mae Jones - Term expires January 31, 1995. Appointed February 1994 l~ ORDINANCE NO. 25-95-26 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION 6-31 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO ADOPT THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, 1993 EDITION, AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA: Section 1. Chapter 6, Building and Building Regulations, Article III, Electrical Code, Section 6-31, Standards for materials, installations, etc., is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 6-31. Standards for materials, installations, etc. All electrical construction and all materials and appliances used in connection with the installation, maintenance and operation of electrical wiring, apparatus or equipment for light, heat or power within the city shall conform to such rules and regulations es may be embodied in this chapter or as may be adopted in this article and shall conform with approved methods of construction for safety to life or property. The regulations set out in the National Electrical Code, 1993 edition, as approved by the National Fire Protection Association (N.F. P.A.), and in the N.F.P.A. 70H Standard for Electrical Requirements for Bmployee Workplaces as approved by the American National Standards Institutes are hereby adopted as the minimum standards £or all electrical construction within the city. Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its final passage and adoption. Passed by the City Commission on first reading this day of 1995. Passed by the City Commission on second and final reading this day of 1995. ATTEST: MAUREEN RING City Clerk LYMAN T. FLETCHER Mayor, Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: ALAN C. JENSEN, ESQUIRE City Attorney CITY OF 1~71t+1rtic '~'cat/c - ~(e¢lda viaoce~xeoutsvteo e. o. eoxas A'MM7C BB~Ca, eL(i1mAe~lt rEL¢PBONE IoOq ~~ January 3, 1995 TO: Don Ford, Building Ins p((eN~~c//,~~tY''///999'''~~~ ~~/ FRCri: John Ruley. Fire Chief ~`fF}-~ REF: City Ordinance Change fo Electric Code With regard to our meeting concerning the change in Building Regulations, Article ZIZ. Electrical Code, Sec. 6-31., it is the feeling of the Fire Department that the most current version of the National Electrical Code should be adopted. Nith regard to the National Electrical Safety Code 1984 edition that !s specified is paragraph la), we believe that the moat current version of thts standard should be adopted as well. However the wording needs to be corrected to identify the full and correct name of the standard. The wording should be: NFFA 7oF_.tmnc~ e~ca ces in place of National Electrical Safety Code, 1984. If you have any questions please feel free to ca31 the Office of the Fire Chief. JR CITY OF ,~~ - 3ra~ ~~~~ A]IAMIC aP.101, F10a0H nzusus l~~ lM0 X/-9a0 F1r OM12fFS~u M E M O R A N D U M Janaurp 4, 1995 TO: Rim D. Leiobach, City Manager FROM: Doa c. Pord, Building Official ~C~ RE: Adoption of National Electric Code 1993 Edition The 1993 edition of the National Electric Code is out and is being adopted by all surrounding jurisdictions. This code is used nationwide and is reprinted, with changes, additions, etc., every three years. The only aignificanE change affecting single-family homes (over 906 of new construction in Atlantic Beach is single-family homes] is the addition of a disconnect switch ^eithez outside of a building or structure, or inside nearest the point of entrance of the service conductora.^ In layman's terms the code is requiring a switch to quickly shut off the power to a house. This switch ie to be located as close as possible to the electric meter. I believe this is a good aafet7 feature for houses and is a feature the Pire Departments have endorsed for several pears. DCF/pah c:tr or Anunc euca cia ooNnuioa ~rl~c sr~ ~ AGO~d ITPJf: Adoption of 1993 Edition of Natio~l Electric Code SUBIiTlr9 R: Don C. Ford, Building Official MTL: January 4, 1995 MQ(7Op®; National Electric Code - 1993 Edition LATfO~s ATrACB~RS: BPVfNm ~r CIit MYYCa: ~~~ IS1J! ~D. -~l/~ ORDINANCE /v0. 55-94-25 WILL F3E f~VAIU}6LE l-t-T CDMMISS-pRl MECTiNb R. G. WEISS RESOLUTION N0. 95-7 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR THE RETURN OF CERTAIN AD VALOREM TAXES. WHEREAS the intern of govermnem in the City of Atlantic Beach is to be unobtrusive, cost effative, rrrirrdfid of the desires and requirements of its citizais, and as inexpensive as possible, and WHEREAS the City has recaniy completed acquvemeet of parklands on the western boundary of the City that are contiguous with came other parklands, in all being a sizable pared of 12 saes, nare or less, bordering oq and giving access to, the Atlsmic 1mraCoastal Waterway, and WHEREAS purchase of the last seven saes, more or less, was futaraed thrwgh the imposition of a poim 6 ~ increase in the ad vaknan taxes of property owners of Atlanic Beach, snd - WHEREAS through the mxltanisn of privatizing the collection of solid waste tlvoughout the City, certain expenses to the City will be substantially reduced, and WHEREAS occasionally government may fttd it reasonable and pnrdent to actively seek to reduce tax burdens upon tax payers, NOW THEREFORE, be it resohred by the City Commission ofthe City of Atlmtic Beach, as follows: ' n 1. The City Staff u d'ueaed to: A. Draft a proposal for the review and action of the City Cpmmieam Vihiell falmlg BCCOImI antrapated asvmgs nthermt m pmatineg Of sold wane collection will albw repaymun within 1995, of the full point 6 mills of ad vskrrem tax imposed for the purcha9e of parklazd to all taxpayers of record as of October 1, 1994, who paid said taxes, Section 2. Presem said proposal for Comndsaion sctiw at the eecoad regular rneairtg folbwing the sig~g of defnotive contract for privrte oolleaiott of solid waste. Adopted by the CS[y Comiision this 23rd day of January, 1995. Lyman T. Pletcher Mayor/ Presiding Officer A T T E S T: Maureen Ring, City Clerk Approved as to form and correctness: Alan C. Jensen, Esquire City Attorney R. G. WEISS RESOLUTION N0. 95-6 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH ESTABLISHING A PROCEDURE FOR REDUCTION OF SOLID WASTE COLLECTION FEES WHEREAS the intent of government m the City of Aflamic Beach is to be unobwsive, wst effective, mindful of the desires and requirements of as citizens, and as inexpensive as possible, and WHEREAS the City is preparing contracts for the privatvation of solid waste collection wir_ltirt the City, and WHEREAS through the mechani9n of privatizing the collection of solid waste throughout the dty certain expenses to the City will be substamiallY reduced, and WHEREAS careful scheduling of, contractual costs, necessary annual contractual cost increases. Interlocal lawsuit expenses, expenses incurred in rebating certain sd valorem taxes, and prudem estimation of cost of living inaraxs within the duration of a solid waste collection contract may be possible at this time which will allow a Car rate collection fee, and WHEREAS a flat rate of billing for collection of solid waste for the period of a cordract of approxunatety the next sur years would be advamagaus for atizens of Atlantic Beach, and WHEREAS the difference between present cost of solid waste collection and that projected for a future flat rate schedule should be returned to dozens in the forte of reduced solid waste collection fees, NOW THEREFORE, be rt resolved by the City Commission of the City of Atlantic Beach, as follows: ~on 1. The City Staff is directed to: A. Ihaft a proposal for review and action by the City Commission which will insure all solid waste collation fees above those required by privatization wrttract. Cat rate billing, Imerloal laws[dt expenses, and ad valorem rebate of the poim 6 mill atcrease of 19941995, be reduced to actual cost to the City, Salion 2. Presrnt said proposal for Com®adon action at the second regular meeting following the signing of definitive contract for private collection of solid waste Adopted by the Cicy Commission this 23rd day of January, 1995. Lyman T. Fletcher Mayor/Presiding Off icez A T T E S T: [laureen King, City Clerk Approved as co form and correctness: Alan C. Jensen, Esquire CS[y Attorney ~~ R. G. WEISS RESOLUTION NO. 95-5 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH ESTABLISHING A PROCEDURE FOR THE CALCULATION AND USE OF A FLAT RATE FOR SOLID WASTE COLLECTION FEES WHEREAS the intent of government nt the City of Atlantic Beach is to be unobtrusive, cost cffeaive, mindful of the desires and requirenrenis of its citizens, and as inexpensive as possible, and WHEREAS the City is preparing contracts for the privatization of solid waste collection within the City, and WHEREAS through the mechanism of privatizing the collection of solid waste throughout the city certain expenses to the City will be substantially reduced, and WHEREAS careful scheduling o~ contractual costs, necessary annual contractual cost increases, lnterlocal lawsuit expenses, expenses incurred in returning certain ad valorem taxes, and prndent estimation of cost of living increases within the dtuaIion of a solid waste collection contract may be possible at this time which will allow a flaz rate collection fee, and WHEREAS a flaz raze of billing for collection of solid waste for the period of a contract of approximately the next six years would be advantageous for citizens of Atlantic Beach, NO W THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Commission of the City of Atlantic Beach, az follows: Section t. The City Staff is directed to: • A Drag a proposal for review by the City Conunission that will insure to the fullest extert possible a billing charge for collection of residential solid waste thaz will not increase during the life of the contract for solid waste cofleaion, B. Take imo account, at a m'ulimwn, amicipazed savings inherent in privatizing solid waste collection, length of comract, contracttml cost increases, Lnerlocal lawsuit expenses, expenses N returtling certain ad valorem taxes. city growth, forecast cost of living increases, and other evemualities as may be prudent to consider, C. Set the billing raze as close as possible to a cost averaged over the expected life of the contract, Section 2. Presem said proposal for Conunission action az the second reg~ilar meeting following the signing of definitive contract for private collection of solid waste Adopced by the City Commission this 23rd day of January, 1995. ATTEST: Lyman T. Fletcher Mayor/Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: Alan C. Jensen, Edquire City Accorney R G. WEISS RESOLUTION NO. 95-4 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, ESTABLISHING A PROCEDURE FOR THE DESIGNATION AND USE OF A PORTION OF ]OHANSEN PARK AS AN AREA DOGS MAY RUN OFF LEASH, AND ADDING ENABLING LANGUAGE TO MUMCIPAL CODE CHAPTER 4, ARTICLE ll. WFlF.REAS Section 421, et seq. of the Atlantic Beach Code regulating of dogs and animals running at large is adequately enforced within the City, and activities WHEREAS the opportunity for unleashed exercise for a dog is restricted to swimming in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean only, and then only together with the owner, and WHEREAS a moderate anionic of vigorous exerese in s social come# may be good for all animal species, including man and dogs, and WHEREAS careful thought sod innovative planning may enlarge recreational facilities [o include canines and [heir masters and mistresses, at minimal cost to the City, as is demonstrated in other cities, Austir>, Texas, as an example NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Commission of the City of Atlantic Beach, as follows: Section 1 The City Staff is deeded to: northern half of JohaoswRG p h ~ ~~ of enclosing the southern portion of the ark, about one and one half' acres in area, for use by wdl- behaved dogs and their families, B. Consider such factors as, (at a ntirtinamt), fenLting, parloog, fees disposal, Lability, expectations of dogs and their families. vnpact upon rreighborhot~ experiences of other municipalities, apedscauy the City of Auairt, Texas, no cost to the City for constr»ction and rttaimenance through volutneer participation and doretioq response by suffiaem dogs and their families [o indicate worthwhikvnerest, and other pendent considerations, ~~'t Pi .9 2. Upon comple~tioe of research that indicates a positive impact upon the community will be achieved by such a project, Staff is dnected to present language B Chapter 4 of the Atbunic Beach Code establishing arch an area far use by unleashed dogs yr the elmediste control of rhea owners to the Commission for review and action. Adopted by the City Commission this 23rd day of January, 1995. Lyman T. Fletcher Mayor/Presiding Officer Approved as Co form and correctness: Alan C. Jensen, Esquire C1cy Attorney ATTEST: Maureen King, CSty Clerk ~ / v CITY OF ~'AAla,rtle ~elc - ~Cotlsla ~Rpsaiutian NO. 95-1 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA EXPRESSING APPRECIATION FOR THE ENTHUSIASM AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT SHOWN BY GATX LOGISTICS, INCORPORATED [N ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH BEACHES HABITAT; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the City Coaaission of the City at Atlantic Beach recognizes and applauds the contribution aade to the citizens of Atlantic Beach by GATX Logistics, Inc. and !ic eaployeec, in partnership •ith Beaches Habitat, and WHEREAS, the City Coeeisafon desirec to take action to publicly thank GATX Logistf es, Inc. and its eaployoea and to encourage then to continue their ecrk •ith Beaches Habitat and WHEREAS, the City Coeeiasfon of the City of Atlantic Beach •iehec to encourage other corparationa and tMlr eeployees to eaulate the high ctandards of coaaunity fnvolveaont and support exhibited by GATX Logistics, inc. and itc eaployees, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. Tha City Coaeicsion of the City of Atlantic Beach expresses Sts sincere thanks to GATX Logistics, Inc. and its dedicated eepioyeea for their work as a Beaches Habitat partner fn the conairuction of the house at 1988 Francis Avenue. The City of Atlantic Beach encourages other groups and corporations to tolloe the exaaple of GATX Logistics, Inc. and contribute to the fine and necessary cork done by Beaches Habitat for our caaaunity. SECTION 2. This Resolution shall becoas effective fa.ediately upon final passage. PASSED BY THE COMMISSION ON: CITY OF ~glarue ~eaelc - ~leslda ~PSQ~t~lt No. 95-3 WHEREAS, Oliver Ball passed from this life on Friday, January 6, 1995, and WHEREAS, Oliver Ball served the City of Atlantic Beach as City Attorney from September 1967 to April 1982; and WHEREAS, Oliver Ball, during hls service to the City of Atlantic Beach, ezhibited dedication, and professionalism to protect the interests of the city; and WHEREAS, Oliver Ball was highly respected and will be fondly remembered by all who knew him. NOW, THEREFORE, BE F~RESOLV®hat the City Commission OherebY CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, -~ ~ples and sat nds is most sure sympethY ~tod ~ family of iMr. ~- Ball. ADOPTED BY THE CITY COt9AISSION of the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida, this 23rd day of January 1995. Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steven N. Rosenbloom, Co®issioner Suzanne Shaughnessy, Commissioner J. Dezmond Waters, III, Commissioner Robert G. Weiss, Commissioner _ _ _, . - - - ~ 5a~ _. __.- .. BID N0. 943i-6 - DEMOLITION OF SEVEN (7) HOUSES IN ATLANTIC BEACH Nailinx Lis[: Omni Demolition, Inc. P. 0. Box 28308 Jacksonville, Florida 32226-8308 Realco Wrecking Company 8707 Somers Road Jacksonville, PL 32226 Burkhalter Wrecking, Inc. P. 0. Box 2407 Jacksonville, FL 32203 Hygema House d Building Movers Slate Road 218 Middleburg, FL 32068 Rimming Recycling Corpoza [ion 140 Sto<k[on S[ree[ Jacksonville, FL 32204 E. D. Asian b Company, Irc. 216 KcCargo Street Jacksonville, FL 32220 D. N. Griffin, inc. General Contractor/Wrecking 603 Union Street Brooksville, FL 34601 PAX 354-5005 John D. Woodyard Project Manager diU N0. 9495-6 - DE:SOLITION OF SEVEN (7) HOUSES IN ATLANTIC dEACh TOTA:. LUIS SUN PRICE BID FOR TOTAL AHD COidPLETE DEMOLITION, INCLUDING FUUNDATIOR, AND REMOVAL OF DEBRIS. AT THE FOLLOWING SEVEF (7) HOUSES Iii ATLANTIC BEACH. (DO NOT INCLUD-e IN THESE PRICES THE COST OF NECESSARY PERMITS OR DUlTIAG FEES WHZCH WILL BE HANDLED BY THE CITY); TOTAL PRICE BID NOUSE AT 2I LEWIS STREET E (Dollars) NOOSE AT 1520 FRANCIS AVENUE ~ (Dollars) HOUSE AT 1550-A FRANCIS STREET ; (Dollars) HOUSE AT 1550-B PRANCIS STREET ; (Dollars) HOUSE AT 1552 FRANCIS STREET 9 (Dollars) HOUSE AT 1598 FRANCIS STREET $ (DOliars) NOOSE AT 2025 FRANCIS STREET j (Dollars) SUBMITTAL • BIDDER BUSINESS ADDRESS SIGNATURE CITY, STATE d ZIP CODE DATE: BUSINESS TELEPHONE The City of Atlantic Beach reserves the right to re,J ect any or all bids or parts of bids, waive informalf [iea and technicalities, make award in vhome oz part vi th or without cause, and to make the award in what is deemed to be in [he best interest of [he Ci[y of A[lan[St Beach. ID--eNTLCAL TIE BIDS - In accordance with Section 287.087, FLORIDA STATUTES, effet[ive January 1, 1991, in a "TIED BIDS" situation, preference shall be given to businesses with a drug-free workplace program in place. A form for this certification is included vi [h [he bid forns, but is no[ a requirement [o bid. Joan LaVake • • • • a. • • ~ : x x x x • • a • ~ • z f x a x *P*r*h*s*n* tg,tn~ : e FLORIDA TI:OiS-UNI08: Please publish one time on Sunday, December 11, 1994. Submitted by Joan LaVake ~~ 2~i 7-5818. CITY OF ~1Laslie be'eaelc - ~leaida 8001E\71\OLE RMU A"f LA\TIC BEY'H. FIARIW J32115u5 IELFPNO\! 191M1 LiL5000 fAX 19011 I1A500J December 11, 1994 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH INVITATION TO BID NOTICE Is hereby given [ha[ [he City of Atlantic Beach, Florida, will receive sealed bids in [he Office of [he Purchasing Agent, City Hall, 800 Seminole Rcad, Aclan[ic Beach, Florida 32233, until 2:00 PH, Thursday, Sanuary 5, 1995, after which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for DEi;OLITION OF SEVEN (7) HOUSES IN ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, AND REMOVAL OF DEBRIS, AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: 21 LEWIS STREET, 1520 FRANCIS STREET, 1550-A FRANCIS STREET, 1550-B FRANCIS STREET, 1552 FRANCIS STREET, 1598 FRANCIS STREET, AND 2025 FRANCIS STREET. The successful bidder will demolish, haul and dispose of structures, including foundation, at the above addresses, leaving site free and clear of debris, and finish by grading the properties. Bids shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed "BID NO. 9495-6 - DEMOLITION OF SEVEN (7) HOUSES IN ATLANTIC BEACR, AND P.EHOVAi OF DEBRIS; TO BE OPENED AFTER 2:00 PN, THURSDAY, 7ANUARY 5, 1995." Bid Forms and information regarding the bid Way be obtained from [he Office of [he Purchasing Agent, B00 Seminole Road, Atlantic Reach, Florida, telephone (904) 247-5818. DOCUh'ENTS BEQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED IN THE BID PACKAGE AT BiD OPENIKG ARE 1. Bid Bond in [he amount of SS of [he bid. 2. Form PUR 706E, SWORN STATENdi:77 U\i)ER SECTION 287.133(3)(A), FLORIDA STATUTES, ON PUBLIC ENTITY CRUCES. 3. ORIGINAL Insurance Cer[if ica[e5 (copies or Xeroxes are UNACCEPTABLE), naming the City of Atlantic Beach as Certificate Holder, shoving Chey have obtained and will continue [o carry Workers' Compensation, public and private liability, and property damage insurance during the life of [he contract. '+. References testifying [o the quality of work. 5. Proof of Contrac [or's Licenses (copies ARE acceptable). 5. Gfgeed ropy of Document Requlremen [s Checklist. A Pe rf otmante and Payment Bond will be required of [he suttessful bidder. Bid yr ices must remain valid for sixty (60) days after [he public opening of the bids. Goods and services proposed shall meet all requiremenCS of [he Ordinances of the City of Aflan[ic Beach. 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I y µ ~ p . i h b b h M O h N Y i C V e ~ v~ LL N N y h ti ti n ti ti a tl K m LL ~ W S. 6 H H H H H H H H V ~ O H • < < < < < < o ~ ~ O . . p w w g m ~ r r w .O a i g g pZ~ ~ 'p ~ C O o y r 0 < p J ~ > i m C S 5 y S i ~ . w R 0. m g o : n m C CITY OF ~Kaatit ~taa(c - ~lesicfa WO SNIIPIOIE aaD ATId~71C aFAC71. FIOamN 1221}SYS TPLFPNOwE llkl NFSMO FAX (9M12(F!!A6 M E M O RAN D D M January 19, 1995 T0: Rim D. Leinbach, City Manager j1~~ FROM: Doa C. Ford, Building Official g\V/ RE: Demolition Bids for Donner Subdivision I have copied to you the bid information funding approval. The addresses of 21 Lewis Street, 1598 Francis and 2025 Francis Street will be paid for from Code Enforcement and Building Department accounts. The remaining addresses of 1520, 1550A, 15508 and 1552 Francis Street will be paid for from the Donner Community Development Corporation. The contactor will bill Donner Community Development Corporation for these addresses. A copy of this information is being forwarded to sharette Simpkins for her perusal. DCF/pah Enclosure cc: Sharette Simpkins CITY OF ~Ala«tit 't$taek - ~letida aw sa+sYO~ awo AM\TIC 6EYCtl. Fl~lmA J721~SKS i}7F1110NE aH1 EfFA00 iA% OMI 3fF~5 TO: Joan LaVake, Pur~ sing Agent FROM: Don C. Ford of Forwarded to you herewith are specifications and other pertinent information necessary for you to call for bids on project to be entitled: Demolition of structures at 21 Lewis Street 1598 Prancis Street and 2025 Francis Street. F•.Jnding for this project is identified as follows: 001 1008 524 3400 5710 00 Balanee after Deduction - 5290.00_ 001-1006-516-3400 - 53100 00 - Balance after Deduction - 5300.00 with an approved budgeted amount of 53810.00. FUNDING APPROVAL: ~L..~ pirector of Finance 3 -~.~ DATE: January 19. 1995 CITY OF ~Qtlarte'e b"raek - ~losida s00 SENLN'OLE ROrD i__-_ _____ _.___-__- ATLANTIC BF ICTI. Fl.ORm11321}415 TELERI0NE I1MI SlFSNO -~~ fAX OM12A13105 January 18, 1995 AI:ARDS COlfi~fITTEE HINUTES THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1995 The Awards Commiccee met on Thursday, January 5, 1995, at 2:00 PH, to receive bid advertised as B?d No. 5+95-6, DEl.OLITI017 OF $EVE2i (7) HOUSES IN ATLAtiTIC BEACH. Present at the bid opening were City Manager Kim D. Lefnbach, Community Development Director George Worley, Building Official Don Ford, and Purchasing Agent Joan LaVake. (Co®issioner Robert G. Weiss, Chairmzn, vas out of town.) Invitations to Bid were mailed to seven (7) prospective bidders, and the project vas advertised in the Florida Times-Union. Thzee (3) bids were received as follows: TOTAL ALL HOUSES Kimmins Recycling Jacksonville, FL $ 8,890.00 U. H. Griffin, Inc. Brooksville, FL 16,500.00 NAGY Construe [ion Co. Orlando/Jacksonville 28,925.00 It is Che consensus of the co®it[ee that it zetummend to [he City Commission [Fat i[ accept Lhe low bid from Kimmins Recycling as [he loves[ responsible bidder meeting bid specifications and requireaencs. and .Jake the award accordingly. Respectfully, J non LaVake, Purchasing Agent J~ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH INTERNAi SERVICE FUNDS GQ6lEO EWIiWYOF REVENUES AND E%PElpT1AEs ACRIAL SUDOET BIAOET AC111A1 9571 ElASPEO 7 dOM113 ETO favia7 ecvcu ee lfwws fowls oECEr~Eaw cscerar~ OW~IcSwks 717.621 1717.15/ 705]87 9178!6 018151 ~~ TOTAL REVENUES 1f7ffi1 17]7.151 7061q Zn.Wb dsT51 EYDEVfm ae arb1.~6. 111,ws a1,»6 p.681 61.+~ lve ~ Ke ~ 905:m wzlu 1w,sm tao.1T/ foxes waev A n babn 1se.76T 7soan eo.o» n79e T n1 Flrl5e~i4nro f7sAV 216708 s1a1/ rNq . 18,]11 TOTK E%PE2aRURE3 »7ffiI 1.t»A51 706187 Z».666 IK4n IXS L 1 M~TI(IN~ PINaNI SYKS; OpclSnu E~ws ~+ur.r TOfAI 821,786 asl,aez 218868 1Z/,0l1 6eA91 e9,1n zn.eee e6.1» 171y/ BaA15) TA61 81.700 ?28'0 11758 10.588 ]17891 1717.151 90[78] 27JJ66 71875 _]_ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH STOR6/WATER DRAINAGE FUND COEB6CD SU9NRY OF REVENUES AND EXPENDDUf1Es BIAGET ACRIAL ACTUAL BUDGET 2S%EIA.4PE0 7LIONflb END 7W2-07 11N1i5 tiG1-VS DECEI6ERW DEFERENCE BbmrlrU®)Flw 2S1,ST1 220,000 55.000 51512 (YIQ) N4ME~ig1 5.116 SA00 1T50 1.016 OM) TOTAL OPEMTNG REVENUES x6.521 1JSA00 56,230 5.156 166 Fnorrr6o.m.w. TGTAL REYFJaIEs E~BF& s6V01lrr UOtllr TOTAL EXPEtORURES REV EMJFS OJEIi pJN7ER) E7fPE1[tRIES REw ar ~ ~ m~TIGIY V1tl1~ $YYIIY~ Di~OO E~llw 1;410W1 OMA S~No TmWI TOTAL aLl 15A61 6zss/ les6t 25eret 2A1B5/ )tsu ttem le~o6 1D.161 7N.]51 ]6.888 IS.Tl) 77.N2 26.161 514251 16866 BTII bM2 ?8,161 161,051 /6.66D 15717 7,1@ 720,000 70,000 70,000 _(>- CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SANRATION FUND BUDGET ACIVAL ~I ACfIML Bl0](7ET 7!L EI/18PED B I/ON7M F]O 199z-09 199195 199495 DECFJ6ER w OFFFIEpGE 9i:y[~eee BIq'76p Gtl 16,857 16,657 QIB•a916a11ws 1,/6],118 1,175,600 71350 71,W1 661 Iu1wOR!>Yn~ 12K/ 10.000 2900 1809 19 TOTALOPEMTBiO NEYEl11E0 1,115,615 1,189,000 7J,7S0 ]62796 2199 POOr YOr Fmub~les 11371 2818 11211 6159 TOTAL REVE19JE8 1.115815 11Y37t aH3e8 81667 1081'1 fdffl~ES e~iron 911.810 1.07].916 768.182 7!0.188 58]1] TOTAL EXPEiOlI18iE8 911810 tD7887 298.182 7]0.199 89]U 9FC(L QIY V I MJTYIIY fW901111691Yb~ IfL998 M/,7o0 110,N8 BJ,579 7,889 o9.apF~..1. zro.196 a9.1m 121.795 121,5ao 5305 cw9rwl.7 tzsoo x17 S.t7 '. 01017f101o9 7,157 5,111 5,171 '~ Tnn111n 71.789 100000 29.000 25.OOD TOTAL 011870 1.0'1].97 79A87 2]0.189 ]8]15 -5- CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 6EWER UTILITY FUND CO56Hm SU5111ART OF REVENUES AND O(PEI BUDGET ICIfUL AC7IML BIIDOET 7314 EIASPED ] 11011T/l9 FHD 10@-07 1994W 190403 DEGESBERM F Bw1r 8rMO1B~5 641105 Wg7tt 1,701,857 300.117 3~.ODt 57,150 SIMISInb V94e~Gr95 1,077pB0 1.716.537 ]N,i3a 7MA15 (97,3101 81891 G0AA1f~011 f31n9'1 to4as7 iN,® 76.565 T7,100 (1.105) 5111 A5N11151111 50.000 12,SW 70A19 Z/.J79 U~ItlF~SAOP;~a~O~ 16DA06 777A00 50.150 7DA70 85.5501 YBN1r Ere4p 135,341 15,000 1150 75,07) 17A73 SrsY~aiN 3.155 TOTAL aFERni91o REVENUES 7.171,Iss aazl,al 75531 730,775 81,m) RlterrrFm.ta.tt.. DNB NesIW TOLL REVEt41ES E1~Ft~Q1BES Atl1tie B15tA Bmrrid OrtFlNOof Ad~tllM~w 51d Nae-DIN5kA1 ISA(11 ifY Y 1 fY.1TY]fF fY150•N 811V4V1 CStAW OuOry OIU 8111b Tm1Yu TOTAL SLW6 1319 52,958 79T17 OA7B.61 1.110.tN f1.t/9.1811 2daa5 )s5o Asa 1A117B11 75t7H (1161)1101 1.050,818 I,TA,105 1,157.776 270,130 973.t1B 550,SN 1,515p50 103,772 117,155 7m.55O ]95.101 47]]9D 28115 7x]35 2'IDtt 2s7na 7ms5 1!®.395 6Yas1 11M 7a 101.055 1T7.IN 108P7t 102.5M 1,715 50x257 1,19x111 204792 250.N3 0.310 852,130 b,054735 1,ZT2,ib 21,Dp 131,N1 227.M1 105,755 fOi,N] 55,18/ 15.155 Sf110 za57!u 210.000 7~nsN 30.000 t>®ss 90.000 srssl fao7n -b- CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH WATER UTILITY FUND 008558E0 SUMr11RY OF REVENUES AND E%PEp]ffURES BUDGET ACRNL ACTUAL BUDGET 2R ElASpED a 11 0 17 1118 E10 fa52a9 1681-05 tw4as ~CFAIBFR W OFFFAENCE REVENCe 1Bds~m Wr1r 138.081 511.115 128.808 1]1,919 Q,731 Fawr. e6s.s1/ a1.2m z1oa22 1ss,® a1.an wrm-rw na1 2e,5ao 7,aoo S,S11 u.avl S~Na ClrBr 11.011 14000 9.750 8.161 5,111 D16180118 (a..6.1 152.510 80.000 15.000 31,181 ]B,MI WnL7 Can11a80n ]al/811 6.882 9B.R1 21,88D 5,625 (14135) BnaYewRMBOr bpna7m N 1.000 1.000 810 (801 Spd1lA~an•8 2f,TN 21,TN Wn1r C1pW Ylpowore 59.330 6,76 15.181 7.715 (1.822) Y618M Enmr88 56.171 10.500 2,825 8,165 ;180 54888rMgN S.IOD 1S0 150 TOTAL OPEftATNO REVEMIFS 1.IB8.M7 1,62,717 105.159 Lt47a8 90.353 r1r1r..)Ena.nr.11.6 1a.1fe 1.718 18.iM 11,337 OIM Roawds 111]100 151115 tE11/51 rorAL REVE2AiES EEEEI~IBE3 t156.In a~eesw 78)7]7 137155 m]5~ ~, A811Oe B8nd1 woa1 talz7a 751,e1e 110.119 u1,96 Bmr e8Oi 1W0ar 959.886 1,fI8pH 78T,IW 8fA16 725,581 AOmrYYlBn nM Nan-OMeb11r Y77.198 716.102 tel,5le 18DAA OSWI TOTAL F.OOPEIOffURES 1R/A58 _ ]!tl]~M 7a0.751 Yt78B YBA9 RLVF.NIES OVEA R71~EW FlfPEIORiatFS Ust thll ttl 815 96.188 6557 ®Al1 pcw 6afY u 11YJ781AF PIa8a1111 BYSbt >?o,IR 951,186 W,N1 M,000 6.771 Op11~q F~rw 911,165 801,112 781.175 159.W1 17.16) Cyd Q5Y7 810.16 1,9W~6 317,571 17511 a11p60 DItl SrNOe R!%1 186,521 /1,630 i.A6 t.Rit T1Ynrn 2M.M) 7W.OW SO.WO 50.605 roTAt 152fA55 ~~ 793.751 ael7ae aso AS+ _~ General Fund Revenues 3 Months Ended December 37, 7994 (i49:) Charges for Serves (21 GX) Intergovernmental Revenues (!2 95:) Intedund T 1.0X) Miscellaneous Revenues (5 OX) Licenses and Permits (1.4%) Fines and Fodadures i General Fund Expenditures 3 Months Ended December 37, 1994 (2 95:J Legal (30.9X) PoLCe Interlund Transfers LL gx1r~7 ccrk'.Prya. ?<....non (u~ 3v.) 6e2ufaicatan (t <5:j Planning and L 25:) SVeets and Roads 11 25:) F3 uadmg (735"i.)F:re (13;;)~d~h~~.~C~~rl vernment _2_ (56 85:) Taxes CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH COMBINED SUMMARY OF REVENUF_S AND EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND BUDGET ACTUAL ACRLLL BUDGET 2574 ELAPSED 3 YONTHS END 188283 700155 _ 188485 DECEMBER W DIFFERENCE REVENUES TiPes 2,722,197 2b36b10 830.135 318,667 (710,188) Lkre~rtl Pam9k 731$10 f&.600 11,725 16,187 ],056 YYrpO+armlerYl RewLrle 1,O98b20 7]05,635 307.161 206.61{ (81,630) CIIi9B[70r SafMOY 38]18 SB,ON 11,011 13b73 ( FYps rM FOrki6lr 82,&3 86,000 78,500 13,287 ~ ~ MspOSmaRalauec 86,788 3/b00 8,625 0,808 1.187 k0erkltlTrarMas 7,018.721 500.000 125.000 115.000 TOTAL OPEMT9iC REVENUES 1,383.131 1.667.130 1.185,660 065,102 (200.156) PAOr Year ErweaOrares 0001 Prooatle TOTAL REVENUES EXPENIXTURES CBYAOmmisva599 &iGnB. Ptanrry arN2crrg City Clerk Fn 56aeh aM RaaOs Perlo: ertl Reaea69a Nm-Oeprerg7111 Ia10nr1 Service FvNB TOTAL EXPE7II7fT11RES 30.788 7,697 30.788 23,W7 169A99 1.782.850 i5J.000 ~ BNSl7 379W 1211 057 996.780 (37500) 121198'/1 107,907 117,688 38,972 10,789 (3$i7) 152,085 2N,913 57.728 18.151 5,57! 88,/05 131,572 33,128 23,693 9,135 100,087 273,570 5J,393 77,537 (21,115) 7,357,081 1,687,0E 121,757 380,180 1197 703,SW 806,832 228.733 766.180 60,253 536,W0 671,563 168,6N 178.033 30.608 212!7 19,121 12,287 3,758 8,523 80,960 773b09 13,800 20.370 27.730 109.331 W3,707 760,8E 332,072 (171,087) 773b21 1.569.000 REVENUES OVER (UNDe'R) Ef(PF11gTURES 199.850 RESOURCE AuorwnooL Pear saMcs 2.116b82 2,650,263 662,588 590,875 62,601 Opvafeq EN991Me 751,318 1~B9b/3 322,103 280,686 31,705 Chid OWay 2H,60T 280.670 65,763 6,707 57b62 TrauOae 109,337 613,701 160825 332,072 (771,067) Ylertnl Sauce FuM6 713821 TOTAL a 559.000 ~ 8M 7l/ 121 f 057 7130.699 (19 610) -1- CITY OF /Qlla.Ftci buu! - ~lescifa sro srmtw[.e awp _ _ -.____..___ AIIAMrtC BFX[M, FLOR~JS2l}Jµ5 -- tF1FAlONE d•i12<}5800 ~~ FAX 190112fYSa05 sw MEMORANDUM Date: January 18, 1995 To: Kim Leinbach, City Manager ~ ~,/ From: Ann Meuse, Finance Diret~:or AT"' Subject: Statements of Revenues and Expenditures - 3 Months Ended December 31, 1994 Attached are the Statement of Revenues and Expenditures with comparison to budget for the three months ended December 31, 7994 for the following funds: • General Fund Pape 1 • Water Fund Page 2 • Sewer Fund Pape 4 • Sanitation Fund Page 5 • Stormwater Fund Page 6 • Internal Service Funtls Page 7 Also attached is a detailed butlget report for the three months ended December 31, 1994 for all departments, divisions and Funds. Tne deficit in General Funds Revenues as compared to budget is due to Oroperty taxes which will be collectetl in subsequent months and the December check for the 1/2 cents sales [az Ilnterpovernmental Revenues) which waz received and recorded tm January 3, 1995. The monthly Statements of Revenues and Expenditures are prepared on a cash Kazis so as to be comparabb to the 8udpei which is zlso on a cash basis. The December 712 cents sales tax will be reflected in the January Statements of Revenues and Expenditures. The excess General Fund Non-Departmental over butlget is due to t're transfer of funds tc the Capital ProjeM Fund for the Durchase of the Tresca Property. Please call me if you have any questions or need any additional information while reviewing the monthly financial reports. 3c~C CITY OF l~llartle $eae~c - ~letld~t •:e seYm+aE aan ~nwxnc ~. rloem. mltis:u mseonre ova xsire (ax oM usn-s January 3, 199; Toe Kiw Leinbach, City Manager Fm: Carl Walker, Beautification Coordinator Res llsagQ rRport, Community Center. Oecewber '94 Kiw, here is a recap of activity at the Pdele Srage Cowmunity Lenter for the wonth of Decewbers 6ROlP OR EVENT NLIIBER ~ PEOPLE % OF TOTPL LEA F#1 Meetings 90 14 RBET perforwances 236 36 RBET rehearsals 92 14 Crafts, cribbage, scrabble 28 4 Howeowner Rssoc. weet Togs 65 10 "Discovery" School Classes 108 16 State Rttorney hearing 36 2 Miscellaneous 24 4 TOTiiL 659 100 7( Increase/(Decrease) in total usage from prior worth (272) 3~ .~ CITY OF f~artie b"iaek - ~le:ida aw sea~rVO~ sow wnwNnC 9F 1ca. iwYIDM J12115ws T~FPfpNE 1s~1; 2(~5~00 P1r e~ 2fF91p5 M E M O R A N D O M January 3, 1995 T0: Rim Leinbach, City Manager FROM: Doa C. Ford, Suildiag Official RE: Building Permits Please be advised that the fo llowing permits were issued in the month of December, 1994: TYPE PERMIT NO.PERMITS PERMIT COST CONST.VALDATION New Single Family 3 8,800.82 312,895 New Duplezes 2 6,255.04 100,238 New Townhouses Additions/Remodels 7 4,018.82 232,610 Swimming Pools 1 30.00 30,000 Commercial/New Commercial/Remodel 1 202.50 25,000 Garage/Carports DemolitioIIa (House) Demolitions (Interior) Demolitions (Commercial) Sheds Pence 2 20.00 Driveways 1 25.00 Signs 4 84.00 Tents Trees Otilitiea 5 2,660.00 Hells 3 30.00 Roofing 5 247.50 32,549 Miscellaneous permits issued in connection with new construction, additions, remodeling, eta: No. of Permits Pezmita Costs Electrical 32 1,052.10 Plumbing 21 1,545.50 Mechanical 15 697.00 Inspections performed last month: Building Concrete Electrical Plumbing Mechanical Miae. 60 23 72 78 37 3 Occupational Li cease Inspections - 3 - INPORMATION COMPILED BY PAT HARRIS - BOILDINO DEPARTMENT cirr or ~tl~ric ~ra~ cin oaoassta t~rirc srerr taoer ACr]IDA IITJI: BUILDING PERMITS REPORT SORI[17m •T: DON C. FORD DATL: January 3, 1995 December 1994 Permits Report A1Tai AT[~C~g; RLYIdm R CI!! M~YCSi / ~(!~ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CODE ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY REPORT CODE VIOLATIONS10-1-94 - 12-30-94 EVI S PRESENT YEAR TO I ATE DI PI DATED B B 3 2 8 1 3 5 R 8 5 37 1 0 2 ND 2 L 13 I ED BO I P I E ~ 2 0 5 3 6 LL L D 6 3 14 V R V ION 2~ 8 13 3 4 11 AL 38 39 136 /EAR TO DATE NON COMPLIANCE-COMPLIANCE ACTIVELY OF.INO SOU(:JT 39 THER ACTIVITY: Number of com hints brou ht into compliance •- Code Enforcement Board January 3, 1994 57 Case (0024 - Thomas Jackson - 463 Izex Road This is the third time that Mr. Jackson has beev before the Board for abandoned vehicles and miscellaneous junk Sn his yard. S NFORMATION COMPILED BY DON FORA AND KARL GRUNENALD, CODE ENFORCEMENT c><rr or ~7wlrrc yecy cur owusscos 1~tfwc srerr eeroa7 ACOiDA x701: MONTELY CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT 3DlMI7lID lT: DON C. FORD D~7L: December 30, 1994 !AC[CROYNp: Code Enforcement Ana: A7r~s; NlYIO1m {r CIi'i 1WACrQ: ~~~ I7A1 lp, ~Q/ cITY of ATLANTIC BEACH N_° 14028 (~ ra rt, „~ NAME l"QA1 L,~~+~1 CRY 001- poop- 3~a~-90o0 ~13~ Wha~ Siry+M, DstW antl Nunbn+d Thb lxonr on OIOWO N13.0019 MAKE CHECKS PAYAp.E TO ~^d' ~° 12/16/'11 ~ Wes W19T77 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA ,,,,,~, • ~ CITY OF ~fAlawtie $iaek - ~letida December 21, 1994 em sFm~no~ wan •n~~-nc eFwct~. Floamn ~xxussu tv,Frxon~ pen uFSee: FA% 11M12/~-li5 To: qnn Meuse, Finance Director From: Carl Nalker, &eaut ificatiori Coordinato Re: Rttached Deposit to account i 001-0000-366-'~0D0 for Beautification fund-raiser Ann, here`s a copy of the receipt fc•r S 413.00 deposited on December 16 representing ponies collected by the Beautifi- cation Committee at their holiday luminary sale. This amount should-be added to the beautification budget, account 11 U01-5003-542-X2.00. prier to your time, this was accomplished by resolution to the Commission for their ap- proval. I'm not sure how yc•u want to handle but please let me know. IF you have any quest ior~, call me at SB2B. cpy: Kim Leinbach, City Manager )e) All ex ieting public and private recycling infrastructure shall be fully used to the extent possible when planning and implementing the local government recycling progzame. Funds shall not be used for duplicating existing private and public recycling programs unleee the applicant demonstrates that such existing programs cannot be integrated into the planned recycling program. 6. Each recipient of grant funds shall maintain accurate records of all expenditures of grant funds and shall eeeure that these records are available at all reasonable times for inspection, review or audit by Department personnel and other personnel authorized by the Department. Aecorde shall be kept for a period of at least 3 years following the ¢ntl of th¢ grant period. The grantee agrees that it will expeditiously initiate and complete the program work for which aeeietance hat been awarded under this agreement in accordance with all applicable provisions of Florida Statutes and the Florida Administrative Code. 7. Allowable co eta may be charged to Chie agreement beginning either October 1, 1994, or the date this agreement ie fully executed, whichever date is later. 8. Grant funds shall be included in the grantee's Amual Audit performed under the Single Audit Act (A128). Any eubgrants made by the grantee shall also include a provieian for the aubgranted funds to be included in [he eubgrantee'e Annual Single Audit. A copy of all Single Audits shall be submitted to the Department of Environmental Protection, Solid Gaeta Section, by March 31st of each year. 9. The Department Ras the right tc terminate a grant award and demantl refund of grant funds for non-compliance with the terms of the awazd oz the Solid Waste Grants Program Rule 62-716. SucR action nay also reau It in the Department declaring the local government ineligible for further participation in the program until the local goverrvsent complies with the terms of the grant award. 30. Grantee shall obtain all neceecary eonattuct ion-z¢lated permits before initiating construction. 11. TRe State of Florida's performance and obligation to pay under this grant agreea~ant ie contingenL upon receipt of funds presently anticipated from the Florida Department of Revenue. 12. Travel expeneen incurred are included in the aanunt of this grant and no additional travel expenses will be authorized. Any requests for reimbursement of travel expenses must be aubmittetl in accordance with Section 112.061, Plorida Statute e. 13. The Department reeervea the right to unilaterally cancel this contract for refusal by the grantee to allow public access to all document e, papers, letters, or other eaterial subject to the provisions of Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, and made oz received by the grantee in conjunction with this grant. 14. She Grantee ie prohibited from using grant funds for the purpose of lobbying the Legislature or a State Agency. PART II - GRANT CONDITIONS p, GENERAL CONDITIONS: 1, The method of payment, for the period October 1, 1994 through Szptember 30, 1995, will be on a zeimbuzseaent Dacia only. 2, The grantee eha~t¢rlytbaeiau~The me~tbhod chosen shnlltbe folltowed a monthly or qu riod pn original of the reimbursement for the entire grant pe shall request, with summarise and appropriate eontraete attached, be due on the iaet day of the month follwEaehtreimbureement reporting Period ImonChlY or quartetlY)• request shall be sudaitted in detail cuff icient for pre audit end post audit review. 3 re~imbur sementarequeet muetdbe e~ubmitted n~oblateDr thanS OCtobern3l, 1995. 4. Reimbursement zeque ate moat be signed by the designated Authorized Representative. This shoultl be the same person who signed the grant agreement. If there ie a change iihehDepatctmentemust De representative during the grant period, notified of the new teprssentative by resolution of minutes of a co®ieeion meting. 6 Sect iont6S 716h430 of thei5olid Naete GantstP~rogtamlRUlea in la) Solid waste recycling g=an=~ cal ital cocte,owhich1 include funding for recycling slid wastepsealec, facility ¢quipment purchases, construction and other such costs approved by the Department. Ib) Grant funds maY also be used for operating subcidiee, provided that the applicant shall demonstrate that such a use is necessary for the success of the recycling program, and shall show hw the subsidy will benefit the program. (c) Recycling grant funds shall be used forlaee~eplacticessist local governments in recycling paper, 9 construction and demolition debris, white goods, and metals and in composting and recycling the organic material component of municipal solid waste. - Itl) Solid wast¢ education grant funds zhdis ~ale~ solid~te recycling, volume reduction, props p° wastes, and markst development for retyclable materials. Op used for planning to 30 peYCent•of grant funds may be rec~ing and educntion¢programnY and success Sf the Equal Opporluniy Employer DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES Solid Waste Division November 9, 1994 ~$F' Ms. Ann Meuse Director of Finance City of Atlantic Beach 80 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Dear Ms. Meuse: The City of Jacksonville has been awarded the seventh year Recycing and Education grant from fhe State Department of Environmental Protection for the period October 1, 1994 through September 30, 1995. The amount that your dty is eligible to receive is determined by a formula that is based on populaGOn figures provided by the DEP as stated bebw: Population (Incentive x Grant) 12,383/701,1308 .017649456 x 940,523 Total 16,600 Attached is a copy of the grant corditiorts that must be complied with in order for your kity to be eligible to receive revnbtxsement of funds. If you intend to apply for your store of the seventh year grant fords. you MUST submil'RI writing an expendibxe plan by Decembar 31. 1994. If your pWn is not received by this date you will not be eligible to receive arty of the 1994/95 grant funds. Once your plan is wbmitted and accepted reimbursement for et¢erditures can be made. The deadline for all reimbursertrents is August 31 ,1995. rc doatmentation is nkx received by this date you will not be able to be reimbursed. rc you have arty Questions or need additional assistance. please ao not hesitate to call me at 632-4749. .IdAnn C rte ~~ Logistics & Administration Manager JC:rb Attachment cc Scott Kelty, P.E., Division Chief Accounting Division ~ 616 N. I.AUM 3rREEC 61H PI.OOR / JA(.'RSONViIl.E, PLORIIH 3Z2dL51b6 rr ~' I ~' ~ TFJEFliONE 9kN / 63YE010 PAE Y01 / 892M7t IRiotd m Rs~cbl Pips CITY OF r~a.rt~c aiae~c - ~leuda noo s~komuawME ATLNTIC aFwa(. FLOMIIM SSSJS{HI TFSJ9aONE (NQ If193~ FAI lalll 3!190 December 6, 1994 Ma. JoAnn Garter LOGISTICS 6 ADMINISTRATION MANAGER CITY OF JACKSONVILLE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES SOLID HASTE DIVISION S15 North Laura Street, 6th Floor Jacksonville, Florida 32202-3156 Dear Ma. Carter: The City of Atlantic Beach intends to utilize our Fiscal year 1999/1995 share of the seventh year Recycling and Education Grant conies in the following canner: 1. Cocpoating Bine 67,200 2. Recycling Bins 63,880 3. Advertising 63,000 9. Coccunity Flyers 62,520 (printing) Total 616,600 Ne hope you find this expenditure plan acceptable. Ne look forward to the continued association rith the Recycling end Education Grant Fund Program. Sincerely, ~~~ Robert S. Koaoy, P.E. Director of Public Morke RSK/tb cc: Ki^ D. Leinbach/City Manager Jic Jarboe/Deputy City Manager Ann Meuse/Finsnce Director Kelly Burton/General Maintenance Forecan FILE - SOLID HASTE. RECYCLING Your consideration of this proposal is appreciated. It is my intention to recommend these changes for the better operation of our municipal government and meet the priorities you have established {or our community. For your convenience, I have enclosed suggested descriptions for the positions noted herein. I would be most happy to answer any questions. Sincerely, ~TCSm D: L.einbac~~ City Manager Enclosure maintenance. Duties include landscaping lawn maik~p safety program pesticide/fertilizer application, parks/playground up coordination {or the Parks Department, etc. This chart of organization reflects this configuration: ~~ LM~J Please note, this is working position in addition to assigned supervisory responsibilities. The individual will be expected to pat'OciPQie ~ the mowing, Plat care, playground and other equipment repair, etc. along with supervising personnel, budgeting, Pl~ing• et al. I am proposing to fund the Recreation Director as currently provided within the established pay range. Regandm9 the Parks Department Division Chief, I recommend, as previously noted, corrverhng the Q1~ent, vacant Maintenance Worker I position to the new one as proposed. The pay range recommended, grade 10, begins at $25.027 and ends at $36,189-I am plarming to hire an individual, ii you concur with my proposal, at the beginning step ($25.027)- When companed to the original position, {ended at $14,196 per annum, the additional cost is $10,831. This di[ference may be obtained from our city hall lawn maintenance account, totaling $14,000 for one year I haae discussed'1re poss~bilnty of having lawn maintenance performed by the Parks Department as led by a new Division Chief with expenence in this area and feel we could d ~ ~e h you agree with Lhis scenario, we would actually save $3,169 a y with enac'snent of the upgraded Parks Department position I am requesting your approval to restructure the department with the goal in mind to assure equal consideration in both these important service areas. My recommendation is to hire a Recreation Director responsible directly to the City Manager. This individual would be charged with the general mission to plan our parks layouts (ie. functional design) and ensure their usage to the mardmum. In the latter regard, I ernision coordination/cooperation with all city departments, other governmental entities(eg. school system, county et a1J and private concerns as well (eg. YMCI~ leagues and the like). The organizational chart would look like this: aq ue~s> In addition, I am recommending the upgrading of a current vacant position to one entitled Parks Department Division Chief. This individual would be responsible for all parks and assigned city rightsof-way ru Giaek Fa SFAfP«E wwo ATLAMIC BF.ACli. FIAiLLM 732115M5 T~FPN(k1E OMl LYSt90 FAX (9M1 XF~lpS November 2, 1994 Honorable Mayor and City Commission Members Atlantic Beach, Florida Dear Mayor and City Commission Members I am herewith proposing a reorganization of our Parks and Recreation Department In that the Director's position is currently vacant as well as one Parks Maintenance Worker 1, it is an opportune time to make any changes. , Specifically, I am recommending the dividing of responsibilities concerning parks and recreation activities. Currently, under the Atlantic Beach Code, the Parks and Recreation Director reports to the Public Works Director and then City Manager. This position also supervises three employees and one part time. An organization chart would depict this structure as follows: 7 ~. M E M O R A N D U M TO MR. KIM LEINBACH CITY MANAGER FROM DAVID E. THOMPSON CHIEF OF POLICE DATE 12/05/99 SUBJECT: REPLACEMENT OF FUEL TRNK FOR EMERGENCY GENERRTOR _______ ____________________ WE HAVE RECEIVED THE APPROVAL FROM 911 TO REPLACE THE FUEL TANK FOR THE YEAROTHAT THEE7ANKRNEEDEDYREPLACEMENTAOR•REPAIROOUEATO RUSTr RTHEYOWERES LAS7 CONCERNED WITH POSSIBLE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IF THE TANK STARTED LEAKING. WE EXPLORED A VARIETY OF OPTIONS INCLUDING REFURBISHING THE TRNK INSTEAD OF LINEAISMTHRT THE TANKIWASOAKCUSTOMODESI6NEDPITEMS ANDKREPLACEMEN7EIS THEEBESTTOM OPTION. WE ARE 60INB 70 SUBMIT A CHECK REQUEST TO HAVE THE WORK PERFORMED AS SOON AS THEN WE WILL POSSIBLE. WHEN THE WORK IS COMPLETED AND THE COMPANY IS PAID, SUBMIT COPIES OF THE RECEIPTS TO 911 FORANDM THEYR HAVEN APPROVEDA THEA EXPENDITURE. DISCUSSED THE MATTER WITH 911 IN DEPTH, I HOPE THAT THIS INFORMATION IS HELPFUL TO YOU. IF YOU HAVE pUESTIDNS, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL. CL: NS. ANN MEUSE. 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A c t ~' 4 m m m m m m m m u E E E - C ~_ -' m 3 m m V N . .N m N .c .` . .c . O. ` ` ° 2 p ° m O O i m W _: `m W `m m m m-9 c" mo A u° o o u m O IWWWWWWtO w f n ^ ~ o E a a m `m m S mO V, mo!NU.a3U~0uJ fANNVlh vl fnW ~j m A~K Cm Y~D_ O~JLL C OLL LLUU ~ CITY OF r~tla~rtie G'eaek - 3lourla em sF.AU.\or.E aow AiIA.\Tif BEAL71, ftfMaN 723))51)5 l'FlFAl0\'E IfMI 2)45)80 FA% (9N) 2(45105 Budget Adjustment Number: ~ A - 95 -}- Date: January 4, 1995 Funds: General Fund, B.L.E.N.D. Grant, Sanitation Fund & Internal Service Fund Estimated Aoorooriations Revenues Account # Account Tittle Debit r i pebit Credit See attached list: Explanation: To record agreement with 9-1-t to fund cost of repair io the fuel tank for the emergency generator. (Memo attached) To record funding of Parks Maintenance Chief .IMemo attached) To record Extension of the 1993194 B.L.E.N.D. grant to December 31, 1994. 7o record the award of 516,600 recycling grant for 1994/95 IMemo attached) To record proceeds from sale of luminaries to offset cost of supplies. (Memo attached) To adjust salary accounts for general employees and City Clerk pay increases. Approved By: Prepared By: ~l">`-~ i~^1-,~ Kim Lei ach, City Manager Ann Me sus, Fnance Director Commission Aetion Required: Yes ~ No RESOLUTION NO. 95-2 A RESOLUTION TRANSFERRING CERTSIN MONIES H671iEEN FONDS WHEREAS, the City Charter of the City of Atlantic Beach requires that the City Commission approve all budgetary increases and transfers from one fund to another, and WHEREAS, the nature of budgetary systems and those day to day decisions atfecting such budgetary systems require adjustment from time to time. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Commission of the City of Atlantic Beach, that the attached Budget Adjustment No. BA 95-2 be approved for the 1994-95 budget. Adopted by the City Commission this 23rd day of January, 1995. Lyman T. Fletcher Mayor/Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: Alan C. Jensen, Esquire City Attorney A T T E S T: Maureen King City Clerk Page Three Minutes - Commission Workshop December 19, 1994 In response to a question from Commissioner Shaughnessy, tt~ City Attorney advised the city code provided no means to grant either an exception or variance in this instance. He also pointed out that in recent years the city had had a parking committee working to identify additional parking spaces along city rightrof-way and he felt this would lead to many problems in the future and strongly advised against allowing the fence to twain. Commissioner Waters felt the Fence was an Smprovement to the neighborhood and felt it should be allowed to remain. ComaiseioneI' Weiss felt that in addition to being a violation o£ city codes, the fence created a safety hazard and he was opposed to allowing it to remain. In other business, the matter of charitable donations was further discussed and it was felt that the ordinance should be reviewed with a view to providing a means to make inter-goveznmental donations. The Mayor indicated the report on the Fire Department impasse had been received from the Special Master. Jim Jarboe indicated that if both parties accepted the report, then the impasse would be settled but if both parties did not accept the report the impasse would remain. He indicated he had heard nothing from the Fire Dew *~*mnt in response t0 the report. There being no further business to come before the Ca0lsaion, the Mayor declared the meeting adjourned. Maureen King City Clerk _...... ~.~.... - ...gib„-- Page Two Minutes - Commission Workshop December 19, 1994 recommended replacing the catwalks with a non-corrosive material, and indicated there were several such projects on the market. Discussion ensued regarding the procedure used by the City Commission to determine the projects to be undertaken and Commissioner Rosenbloom felt the commission needed to rely Wore on staff. He felt they had tt`.e expertise and practical experience to determine which projects should receive the highest priorities. Commissioner Weiss agreed and indicated that while -fe had found staff to be honest in the past, he would continue to demand honesty, and he would not be concerned with them recommending projects based on their own self interest. He felt staff Should make the recommendations and the City Commission should set policy. Commissioner Waters felt the City Commission was elected to be responsible and it was his opinion that the ultimate responsibility rested with the City Commission rather than with staff. Commissioner Shaughnessy indicated that while she had a lot of faith in staff, she agreed with Commissioner Waters that the Citp Commission was ultimately responsible. Mayor Fletcher expressed confidence in city sta£E but felt their recommendations should be closely examined. A lengthy discussion ensued regarding the proposed plans to hire a financial advisor and the question arose as to whether the city should identify the projects to be undertaken and then seek the assistance of a financial advisor to identify the beat miethod of paying for those projects, or whether the Einencial advisor should be engaged 'first to recommend the level of debt the city could comfortably handle, and then tailor the projects to fit within that scope. Following £urther discussion Ann Meuse was directed to engage someone, for a fee, to advise relative to the amount of money the city could likely borrow. An additional workshop was scheduled for January 17, 1995 to discuss the capital improvement projects further and it was agreed to invite this individual to report to the City Commission at that time. it was agreed the fee for this service would be within the scope of expenditure alreadp approved for' the City Manager. 3. Discussion relative to a fence located on a city right-of-vav • the southwest quadrant of 18th Street and Ocean Boulevard The Mayor referred to a letter from Dan and Karer. Arliig~ton requesting permission to allow their fence to remain at its current location. Don Ford reported that the fence was on city property and had been constructed without a permit. He indicated he had spoken with Mr. Arlington several times and had advised him that the Fence was Sn violation of city codes and he hod requested that the -fence be removed. . . Nayor Lyman Fletcher November 30, 1994 Page 3 to co~nti~ime~th~ of the property would need to renew the agreement fence. we would appreciate it 1f yon would take whatever steps ma be Newry for these proposals to ba submitted the Clty Coaaission. shall,~t ~ se. be glad to pro any intoraation or saterials ght facilitate the Coaission•s consideration. Very truly Yours, Karen Arlington Dan Arlington (904j 247-0399 cc: City Ca®missioners City I(anager City Attorney Mayor Lyman Fletcher November 30, lyg4 Page 2 City for anything, and probably never will be. The rightrof-way simply lies there, if not tended by the adjacent property owner, it will be an ongoing eyesore. We therefore ran our fence across the rightrofway to within approximately two feet of the parking lot and continued it along ocean Grove, rather than leaving the rightrofway as a derelict strip between the fence and the paved areas, This vas done solely for protective reasons, not to appropriate City property, The people living in the area have been enthusiastically o°aPlimentary about the fence. A number of residents have unsolicitedly told us bow such the fencing improved things.- The only complaint has been from a person who lives in an altogether this~~t Part of Atlantic Beach. our understanding is that it vas complaint which brought about the notice to remove the fence. The considerations applicable to this Corner are probably unlike any other itt the City. Bo where else is a parcel by a parking lot and rightrofway the way this one is: go~tb~ definitely gust be done to keep this private property from being degraded by the adjacent City property, ++imPlyed~pit tit the fence be allowed to remain and that ve the City's ~'• The rightrofway would continue to be access to it~or there would So to interference with the City's Property owner would be res ~ as the fence remains, the and the rightrofway vithout~an ele for maintenance of the fence Y xpense to the City. Alternatively, we propose that the City rent the rightrofway strip to the property owner for a reasonable monthly or annual rental. We would agree to a tenancy at will, with the understanding that the City could terminate the rental agreement at its discr'eti n au~rd eve full and complete access to the strip in be responsible for all hmaintenanCe~a~tye strip a~fenc~e without cost to the City during the rental period. We believe that what we are proposing gill be a benefit to everyone involved. Dormant property will be made productive. The appearance of ttte intersection will be immeasurably enhanced. ]1n eyeaoze will have been eliminated, The City will have been relieved from responsibility for rectifying the detrimental impact of its property upon the other property in the area. We would expect to sign a written agreement providing for all of the above and agreeing that neither of our proposals would in any way impugn the City's arrership of the rightrofway, Any November 30, 1994 t'faYor Lyman Fletcher c/o Atlantic Beach city Hall Atlantic Reach, Florida 32233 bear Nayor Pletcher: remove are e~ncel~ abomt the oral notice ve have received to the f erected at the 's Street and ocean Grove. We have outhwest ~~~t of 18th be dismantled because it ie on a Cbe~ advised that the fence mast our view be bad for everyone, including the City y~ This would it For, it had sore Years before ve bou ht 4uestion dwelling oa the been a dragon the surrounding a~yhbOrhood~y ~ hulk oP a building= v° hitch Probably had been f~t1y badly' neglected - lot g y ~~ ~e Property is adjoined byythe at the matgia'•'- -... P Access 1, and Public parking ttrhea ~~ q~ ~y as Part of the park~iaq are The resi~ lot a+urexation into Atlantic Heaeh about the state of it. ~~ of , there vas talk off meter trying to get the City to do something about it. and on about e~~e~ bought the corner two years ago. gins then, Ye have ~letely ~~va~l of time, effort, and money an it. We have landscaped the the duelling and i~ noutbuildinq~ thus neighborhood, instead oPrdo epreciatinq it.~ . needsFoto anyone to live reasonably in the renovated house, there w~~~ ~ eYPerience has proved, people us the parking area. . Park in _ urinate in it, and generall~• dump trash in ~, cut~k~ area enjoyment of Y behave lnconsis cross it, the pTOPertY- That is vby ve built ~tp~~sonable City rtghtrof-va is t4at Part of the fence is on a 10 or 15 foot This ie a dormant rithtrofthwa Property line and the Paved~areas.~~.: ._ q Y which has never been used by the --. ~) y [-Y-~. .. .. J T/1 ~ r{~}yn~~( ~. .. .., _. _ .1.'. s.. Staff recommends the immediate removal of the fence. If it is the desire of the City Cogmission to take action to protect the Right-of-Way, we suggest that some form of landscaping be considered. Landscaping materials which do not create a hazard or a liability pro6lem~ antl which will allow easy access by the city if future utility improvegents become necessa rye would certainly also fulfill Mr. grlingtons desire to protect his property and to beautify the corner. ATTACHMENTS: /A • A REVIEWED BV CITY MANAGER- ~I/~ 1 ~I l_ ~ --K6 AGENDA ITEM NO. __' ...a.. .. _. .. ., CITY OF gTLANTIC PEACH CITV COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: Discussion and action on fence in Right-pf-Way SUBMITTED PV: George Worley, Community Development Director ~ ~'i )'7~ DATE: January 3, 1995 L(/y 6ACY,GROUND: Mr. Arlington, owner of iS500cean Grove Drive has constructed a fence on the Right-of-Way of both 18th Street and Ocean Grove Drive. His expressed intention is to protect a "dormant" strip of City Right-of-Way from beach goers parking along 18th Street. Mr. Arlington tlid not obtain or attempt to obtain the required permits for the fence. He now proposes to enter into an agreement to use or rent the Right-of-Way from the City and to be responsible for its maintenance. RECOMMENDATION: In Staffs opinion several issues are in question here, including the future use of the Right-of-Way, liability and the violation of City permitting requirements. Right-of-Ways are, by their very nature, reservations of land for potential use. Installation or expansion of utilities, widening of roadways, and the construction of off street parking are all ordinary uses of Right-of-Ways. Being "dormant" in no way negates its importance. Right-of-Ways also provide a buffer betaeen the private property owner and the negative effects of vehicular traffic. Noise, fumes and the dangerous proximity of moving automobiles are all separated from the ordinary uses of private property by the Right-of-Way. This buffering works both ways in that solid and unyielding structures such as poles and walls, and fences, are placed as far as practical from the roadway so that a vehicle inadvertently leaving the roadway has time to stop or recover control. The issue of liability is also important. Any structure knowingly permitted on public property which causes or contributes to an injury will inevitably bring up the issue of liability. A legally binding waiver of liability, as a part of any use agreement, is likely to be difficult to create. The last issue is Mr. Arlingtons admitted, willful, violation of Atlantic Beach permitting requirements. Mr. Arlington knew that we would refuse a permit to place the fence pn Right-of-Way, so he did not apply. ~- The house is for sale and - the fence potentially improves the value of~~the. house as well as '-~•-~°~~•~ protecting the properly. - ... .. CITY OF l~artie ~iae(c - ~lmtida w sunr+o~.e aow ----- ------ ~n.tivnc arxv, naamw ,,,,yssat m,ErnoNr au zoser ~~ ruc nw~ z~a~as M E M O RAN D U N January 19, 1995 T0: Kim D. Leinbach, City Manager PROM: Doa C. Pord, Building Official RE: Peace oa Right-of-Way at 1850 Grove Drive Rim, for your information the above matter will come before the Code Enforcement Board at the nett meeting on February 7, 1995. I have had several calls ~concerainq the relationship of the City Commission to the Code Enforcement Board, I have referred these questions to the Citp Attorney and the Code Eaf orcement Board Attorney for their opinions. The fence in question has been cited for failure to obtain a permit for construction and encroaching the City right-of-wap. DCF/pah GARBAGE3.DOC (NlORgNG TITIE ONLY) REllUCT10N OF SOLID WASTE COLLECTION FEES WHEREAS the intrnt of government in the City of Atlantic Beach is to be unobtnuive, cost effective, mindful of the delves and requrremrnts of its citizens, and as inexpensive as possible, and WHEREAS the City is preparing wntracts for the privatization of solid waste collection within the City, and WHEREAS through the mechanism of privatizing the collection of solid waste throughout the city certain expenses [o the City will be substantially reduced, and WHEREAS careful srJteduliag o~ corrtrawral costs, necessary amaral covtraaual cost ittreases, LTterlowl lawsuit expenses, expenses incurred in rebating certain ad valoran taxes, and pndrnt estimation of cost of living increases within the duration of a setid waste collation contract may be possible at this t®e which will allow a Bat rate collection fa, and WHEREAS a Bat rate o£ billing for collection of solid waste for the period of a contract of approximately the no¢ six years would be advantageous for citizens of Atlantic Beach, and WHEREAS the ddf'erenee between presem cost of solid waste collection and that projaxed for a future Bat rate schedule should be returned to in the form of reduced solid waste coeeaion fees, NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Commis~on of the City of Atlantic Beach, as follows: Section 1. The City Staff is directed to: A Drag a proposal for revaw and action by the City Co®is.9on which will inwre all solid waste collation fees above those reamed by privatization comract, Bat rate billing, hrterlocai Iawauit expenses, and ad valorem rebate of the poim 6 mill increase of 1994.1995, be reduced to actual cost to the City, B. Presem said proposal for Commission scion at the second regular meeting following the signing of defirritive corrtracl for private collection of solid waste GARBAGF2.DOC (WORpNG TITLE ONLY FLAT RATE SOLD WASTE COLLECTION FEE WHEREAS the intern of government in the City of Atlantic Beach is to be unobtrusive, cost effective, mindful of the desires and requvements of its citizens, and as inexpensive as possble, and WHEREAS the City is preparing contracts for the privatiretion of sobd waste collection within the City, and WHEREAS through the mechanism of privatizing the collection of solid waste throughout the dry certain expenses to the City will be substanroally reduced. end WHEREAS careful scheduling o£ cortractual costs, necessary annual oomractual cost increases. Itderlocal lawsuit expenses, expenses inverted in rebating certain ad valorem taxes, and prudent estimation of cost of Living irrcreasea within the duration of a solid waste collection contract may be possible at this 1'voe whidr will allow a gat rate collection fce, and WHEREAS a gat rate of billing for wllection of solid waste for the period of a covtmct of apprmdmately the next sbc years would be advamageous for dozens of Ailamic Beach, NOW THEREFORE, be rt resolved by the City Corrnnisdort ofthe City of Atlantic Beadr, as follows: Sedibn l . The City Staff is directed to: A Draft a proposal for review by the City Commission thffi will insure to the fullest exteat possible a billing dtarge for collection of residential solid waste that will cot increase during the life of the camact for solid waste collectior4 B. Take imo account, at a mirtimr~ aotidpeted savings inherent in privatiaog solid waste collettctoq kagth of conract, cost increases of contractttel native, dry growtl4 forecast cost of living increases, aid oilier eveoeualities as may be prudem to L:onsider, C. Set the billing rate as dose as possible to a cost averaged over the expected life of the conract, a. the proposal shall be completed and presem for Commtission action at the second Conunission mceting following the sigrting of a defvritive comract of private collection of solid waste within the City. GARBAGEI.UOC (WORpNG TRLE ONLn RETURN OF POWT SIX trIII.L AD VALOREM TAX FOR 1995 WHEREAS the imem of govetnmmt in the City of Atlantic Beach is to be utrobtmsive, cou effective, mindful of the desires and raryirdnems of its atinetLa, and as inexpensive as posdble, aid WHEREAS the City has recently mtopltted acquindndtt of parldmds on the western boundary of the City that are amtiguous with ccrtant other parldands, in all bdug a siuble parcel of 12 saes, more or kss, bordering oq and BTMnB ttaxss to. the Atlantic ItmaCoastal Waterway, and WHEREAS purcha9e of the last seven acres, [Dore a less, was tmarrced through the imposition of a point 6 milt increase io the ad valorem taxes of propety owars of Atlanic BeactS and WHEREAS through the machsoism of ptivati>ieg the collection of solid waste throughout the City, certain acpcuea to the City will be subsroatially reduced. and WHEREAS occasiooalty: government may find k reasottabk and prudent to activeiy sak to reduce tax burdens upon ratepayers, NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Ca®ssion of the City of Athmtic Beach, as folbws: Section 1. The City Staff is d'vxted to: A lhaft a proposal for the review and action of the City Comrrdssion, which telortg accaum avt;a~ted savings irdraeot m of aotid wasie wltect;on will albw repayment within Sscal year 1995. of the full point 6 mills of ad vabrem tax imposed for the ptachase of partdattd to all taxps~cs of record as of October 1. 1994, vfio paid said taxes, B. Prweat said proposal to the Cotrmtiasion at the fvA regular mating folbwiag the aigttiog of a ddrmtive mntTact for pmrte co-ation of angel waste within the City. DOGRUNi.DOC (WORgHG TRLE ONLr) DOG HAPPY HOUR Qd THE PARK WHEREAS Section 421, er uq. of the Athuoic Beach Code regulating activities of dogs and animals naming u large is adequately enforced within the City, and WHEREAS the opportunity for unleashed exerdse for a dog is restricted to swimming in the waters of the Atlantic Ooean only, and then ony together with the owner (impractical and unobserved in winter), and WHEREAS a vtoderate annum of vigorous exercix in a social contact may be good for all animal species, including roan and dogs, and WFJEREAS careful thought and imovative planing may enlarge roereational facilities to include canines and thew masters and mistresses, at m;nimil mR to the City, es is demonstrated in other tat;es. AusOq Texas, as m eoootple NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Coonoissioo of the City of Atlantic Beach, as follows: Sectiov 1. The City Staff is d'nocted to: A Research the poatibility of eodosiog a portion of a city park, to wit, the southern portion of the northern half of Johansen Pak, about one and one half sore in area, for use by well~ehaved dogs and their famdies, B. Consider such Gctors as, (at a amTinmm), feocmg, parlvog, feces disposal, liability, expxtatio~ of dogs and their families, ~ upon orighbotltood, expaieoces of other muddpati6es, sperdically the City of Austin, Texas, oo coat to the City for constnution and mamtmsoce through volumeer partidpadoo and donation, response by suffcieot dogs end their fa®lies to indicate worthwhile interest, sod other prudem considerations, Section 2. Staff is dveaed to praem io raolutioo form W the Co®isaion for their review and action research that a poartive ~ upon the tootmuaay will he achieved by such a project. Memorandum To: Commissioners & ShR For Your. Information ^X AMioa ^X Please Call From: Robert G. W ' 216591 FAX 217- Date: 16 January, 1995 Subject: Info tlraRs for five (5) resobrtiom for mating of 1/13/95 Minutes, Page January 17, 1995 There being no further business to come before the City Commission, the Mayor declared the meeting adjourned at 6:20 p. m. Lyman T. Fletcher MAYOR A T T E S T: Maureen King CITY CLERK Minutes, Paqe 3 January 17, 1995 It was reported sufficient funds were available to pay this invoice. When asked if this was anything that could have been anticipated, Kim Leinbach, City Manager, explained it would have been impossible to anticipate the situation. Any other business Comussioeer Weiss indicated he would like to bring four proposed resolutions before the Commission for action at the regular meeting of January 23, 1994 (copies of proposed resolutions attached hereto and made a part hereof). Mayor Fletcher indicated it would be appropriate to bring up the proposed resolutions at the regular meeting, to which Commissioner Weiss explained he merely wished to give Commissioners advanced information regarding the proposed resolutions. Mayor Fletcher indicated it would be proper for staff to examine the proposed resolutions. Co~ssioner Weiss felt the Community Development Block Grant agreement should not have been withdrawn from the agenda. Mayor Fletcher explained it was his intent to do as much business as possible at regular meetings so that the public would be in attendance. Alan Potter indicated a Special House/Senate meeting would be held January 19th and 20th, 1995, to discuss St. Johns River Water Management District, and he urged everyone to attend. He indicated the telephone number to call for more information was 904-488-2199. Susan Lewis, 455 Atlantic Boulevard, inquired into the status of the proposal to regulate rental property. Commissioner Shaughnessy indicated she would have a recommendation to make to the Commission at the meeting of January 23, 1995. She indicated the Committee would consist of no more than eight people. Commissioner Waters referred to a legislative meeting that would be held in Jacksonville Thursday, January 19, 1995, regarding annexation. He indicated a representative from the Boys and Girls Club would be at the meeting and he suggested that if anyone attended on be;ia if of the city they should try to make contact with the Boys and Girls Club representative. Minutes, Paqe 2 January 17, 1995 A motion was made by Commissioner Waters, seconded by C~issioner Weiss, and passed to award contract for the construction of a new concession building in Jack Russell Park, Bid No. 9495-3, to the lowest bidder, Custom Construction by Harris, in the amount of ;155,123 4. Authorize payment of John Woody, Inc., invoice No. 1806, in the amount of ;16,415.00 for emergency repair work at Atlantic Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant Bob Rosoy, Public works Director, reported it was necessary for John Woody, Inc. to perform emergency repair work to the air main at Atlantic Beach Wastewater Treatment plant. Air leaks, he explained, caused severe loss of air needed for the sewer plant treatment process. He indicated this was an emergency situation that required prompt action and Woody Construction Company was available immediately. Woody Construction Company did seven point repairs on the air main at a cost of $16,415.00. A Motion was made by Commissioner Shaughnessy, seconded by Commissioner Weiss, and passed to authorize payment of ;16,415.00 to Woody Construction Company for emergency repair work at Atlantic Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant Under discussion, it was reported money would come out of the Repairs and Maintenance Account of the Water and Sewer Facility. Ann Meuse, Finance Director, indicated money to cover this expenditure was available, but in the future it might be necessary to do a budget adjustment. The question was called and the motion carried unanimously. 5. Authorize payment of Atlas Electric motors invoice in the amount of ;9,391.20 for emergency work at Buccaneer Wastewater Treatment Plant Harry McNally, Utility Plant Division Director, reported it was necessary for Atlas Electric Motors to perform emergency replacement of bearing and assembly on aeration tank ;3 at Buccaneer Wastewater Treatment Plant on Wonderwood Road. It was explained this was an emergency situation in that the treatment was adversely effected because of burnt bearings for the aeration process, and that in this particular instance it was necessary to use a crane to make the replacement. A Motion was made by Commissioner Shaughnessy, seconded by Commissioner Weiss, and passed to authorize payment of ;9,391,20 to Atlas Electric motors for emergency work at Buccaneer Wastewater Treatment Plant MINDTES OF TEE SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF ATLANTIC BEACB CITY COMMISSION HELD ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1994 PRESENT: Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steven M. Rosenbloom Suzanne Shaughnessy J. Dezmond Waters, III, and Robert G. Weiss, Commissioners AND: James R. Jarboe, Deputy City Manager Alan C. Jensen, City Attorney Maureen King, City Clerk The meeting was called to order by Mayor Fletcher. 1. Presentation of proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach Mayor Fletcher presented a proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach A Motion vas made by Commissioner Shaughnessy, seconded by Commissioner Neiss, and passed to approve passage of proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach It was explained the proclamation would be presented to Karl Walker, Beautification Coordinator, and that this would maintain the city's eligibility as a Tree City. 2. Appointments to fill two seats on the Community Development Board Mayor Fletcher nominated Bob Frohwein to be reappointed to the Community Development Board for a term to expire December 31, 1998. A Motion was made by Commissioner Waters, seconded by Commissioner Neiss, and passed to reappoint Bob Prohwein to the Community Development Board for a four year term to expire December 31, 1998 Mayor Fletcher indicated he would present another nomination to the Community Development Board at the regular meeting of January 23, 1995. 3. Award contract to Custom Construction for the construction of a new concession building in Jack Russell Park • r Page Two Minutes - Special Called Meeting December 19. 1994 in further discussion, the Mayor invited City Commissioners to attend the charette. Jim Jarbne reported that Carl Walker could not be in attendance, but had requested that the charette be held following the hiring of the new Recreation Director. The Mayor indicated that the charette had been tentatively scheduled for January 14, 1995, but hoped it would be possible to have the new Recreation Director attend even if not yet officially on the job with the city. Commiasioc~er Weiss requested that Laura D'Alisera fry the City of Jacksonville Parka fi Recreation Department be invited to either participate or to serve as the facilitator. Other suggestions for facilitator were Jim Seroka of the University of North Florida and City Manager Kim Leinbach; however, it was agreed to leave the final selection of the facilitator to the Mayor. Commissioner Rosenbloom suggested interested citizens should also be invited to participate and the other commissioners concurred. Anv oih~ business There being no further business to came before the City Commission, the Mayor declared the meeting adjourned at 7:40 PM. Lyman T. Fletcher MAYOR A T T E S T: Maureen King CITY CLERK MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF ATLANTIC REACH CITY COMMISSION NELD ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1994 PRESENT: Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steven M. Rosenbloom, J. Dezmond Waters, III, and Robert G. Weiss, Co®issioners ~• James R. Jarboe, Alan C. Jensen Cieputy City Manager Maureen King, CitytClerk rney In the absence of the Mayor (who entered the meeting a few minutes late), the meeting was called to order by Mayor pro Tam Waters. Agenda Item #3 was taken out of sequence and acted upon first. 3. authors>e ....e___~__. _ _ Commissioner Rosenbloom indicated the Beaches Area Historic Society (BARS) served the entire beaches area and was a benefit to the charitable donation to his o inances would prohibit making a suggested that the ci r4anization Commissioner Rosenbloom slide show for a fee ofS500 00. wi The~inSdicat~ f~8 would rbe available from monies saved on the recent purchase of a motorcycle for the Police Depar~ent, The Mayor suggested Commission Contingency would also be an appropriate source of funds. waters aad~ by Commissioner Rosenbloom, aecondad by Ca~isaioner from Casisai~~sly approved ~ authorise e~+~--a~ Contingency to compensate the Beaches area Historic Society for the presentation of a historic slide show. In further discussion it was agreed to review city ordinances relative to charitable donations to see whether this section of the code should be amended. i Authorize a....e_~. ~___ _ Mayor Fletcher reported that at a recent meeting the Recreation Advisory Board had decided to hold a planning charette. rt was their intention to hold this all-day planning session on a Saturday and they had requested that the City Commission authorize expenditure to cover the cost of a facilitator to assist the board with their task. it was moved by the Mayor, seconded by Co~iseioner Waters and unanimously approved, to authorize ezpeoditara up to S1,000.Op to cover the cost of a facilitator and provide larch for the Saturday work session. a.~fta Department of ----"---~•-.. Environmental Protection La.rmn fJdes rivooco~»~ e~ G°K'^°r Talhlnaea florid: 32399.3000 DeCdbet 1, 1994 Mr. Alga C. Jansen Janson i Bould Attorneys At Law 708 North Th1rd atrNt Jacksonville Beach, 1larida 32240-0457 AB: IIM Agreement Mo. OA-16-167 80'f Tile eo. 162429572 ' 6raatees Cltp of Atlantic Baaeh Dear Mr. Jannm: vt~e A w~d•ea Secrtu,7 Ihsrsnant to our phoea conversation oa MovmWr 30, 1994• Z em advieieg yon that the proposed langwga andifieatione to the 8averaign SohirrgW LaBds IIse hoe been reviewed by the legal cooosel, for the Department of linv~ •~•~••••+ Pratectlnn and the pscposed laequage ioAitieatlen u indicated is the eorrespoedeoce dated MovvaWr 2, 1994• L not acceptable. pas alsc s,•w~••-•~•• to r the City of AilsBtle Heaeh Hoard Heating hu been schedsled for December 13, 1994• and at that tir yssn ron]A p¢wwt DSP Legal Cossnael • • recnemendati.one to yonr client. An ertebelon L hereby granted to poor client until Deoaaber 30. 1994. Oyon lsceipt abd axeptaew of tM nee agteeeoat . i...«..,~....~ w will transmit td see agreement fnw...~...r. for final deptrtseatal eaecation aswi a fnllp esmicuted +^-~•+~• will be provided to yon for your client. If you regaire asp additional lafozmatlon plaaae do not hesitab to contact se at the letterhead address (directed to Mail Station lio. 125) or at (904) 488- 2297. el'~n~p~"r/wa/fly mWp C. Clary Submerged Leeds Bettina Bureau of Lased Maoagsaamt aervf.c~a /zde a: Cite of Atlantic Beach .fAadw whd•IN>, _ ak RECflVED DfC - 5 ~ JENSEN ~ HOULD r Anaeaaa[~w 708 DORIIl77~S[AESC AYn C Jmem NuN 7W~2500 90ry4m6tloald P~(BOY'~e-9980 Novembez 30, 1994 R11by D. Submerged Lamm Section Bursae o! Lsffi Management SarViCe9 Department o! Boviroment Protactioa Nail station No. 12s ]900 Comloawalth Honievard Tallahamaee, PL 32399-3000 RE: IIse Egrewnt No.: W1-16-147. " HOT File No.: ~ 162429572 Grantee: City o! 1ltlsntic Haach Dear Ns. Clary: This viii Goalie our telephone conversation earlier today and your aa~ cep at~your ~ ~i ~ca~ tha~they would not letter to mP Prior you O! Novaber 2, 1994. Z further aaderstaffi that you will lead as written confirmation to that enact. i need to get direction free the City Comission o! atlantic Beach and ita nant schedniad meeting is December 12, 1994. I will ba able to advise you by telephone the lollowiag day oP their instructiaas to ms. s aadersta~ twat this viii be within the tine limitations requested !or signing and returning the proposed agreement. 2 cook lorvard to receiving the alorasaid written confirmation soda.". Thank you vary each. Vary truly Yours. 31L11N JENSEN ACJ/~5' "_~. 1. .~ .; . CC ,~Nr &lm~:D rLeinbach,.City Manager - ~-:- .... " -Nr Bobert S ~Eomoy, Director, Public works Nr Sriaa 8 1Cieata, Connelly i wicker, inc _." .., _ ~ i ~. ~,RUby D. nary l r November 2, 1994 . Page 2 9. I cannot agree that if the parties cannot negotiate a settlement o! an inequity that the final resolution is left up to the Hoard of Trustees, one of the parties to the agreement. I do not believe i would have a problem with recommending that the City - -agree to binding arbitration or same other alternative. 11. - vacua !or any litigation should ba in Duval County where the property is•lacatad and where our improvements are located. it ie each morn reasonable !or your statewide agency to litigate in 1D ~1gaCoa~:y~tnan ~~is for City of Atlantic Beach to have to i would ba more than happy to discuss the above concerns with you and perhaps a mutually acceptable agreement can be reached. I look forward Co hearing from you soon. Very truly yours, ALAN JF2ISEN ACJ/sky cc: !~. Rim D. Lainbach, City Manager Mt. Robert S. Rosoy, Director, Public Works Mr. Hrian E. Rientz, Connelly i Nicker, Inc. ~ ~ JENSEN BC HOULD Anoaa:n.e Iww 70B NOI~i'6fl1tD SIP~f P76[OPPIfE 8o7C 5057 JACSSOHVQJE ~CIL plgalnAYM460157 AI~nGJ®m a~ephmA HouN November 2, 1994 I!lepha0e 190q 246'1.500 Fa (9M12A46980 Ruby D. Clary Submerged Lands Section Bureau of Land Management Services Department of Enviro~ent protection !fail station No. 125 3900 Commomrealth Boulevard Tallahassee, FL 32399-3000 RE: IIsa Agreement No.: BOT File No.: Grantee: UA-16-147 162429572 City oP Atlantic Beach Dear Ns. Clary: I am the City Attorney !or Atlantic Beach and have reviewed your correspondence dated October 13, 1994,"to the City in Care of Our engineers, Conaelly 4 wicker, Inc. I have also reviewed the proposed Sovereign Submerged Lands Use Agreement which you have requested that the City sign. I have several concerns with the proposed agreement, including why ve even need one since we have permits from the Department of Environmental Protection, as yell as lrom the DOT, for this project. The specific concerns I have regarding certain paragraphs of the proposed agreement era as follows: 2. The amount of the fee is extremely vague and is like Leas to expectland perhaps a •not exceed"vamount setaforth~in the agreement. 3. I would suggest that the term "immediately removed^ be replaced with •removad within a reasonable time if necessary". 8. if your department is going to retain the right to terminate the agreement in its sole discretion, the City should be rebated a prorates portion of any fees paid to be determined according to the life o! the agreement. The City should also have a reasonable time within which to relocate, if necessary, its lines. ~. :( ..' . ~12rrJQ9, O M// eonno or rnosx~e or tee lr[mrou l~axvvs~¢or rrtoaY tmm or L~ srn[a or rcoaloa (etu~ R CIrO rp tl/Mgeret lo/lr/C Ii. rnr//o of Lna N/uq~! Nsrle//. Ole!/im e! 9t/!/ L/ea/. 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Any lnequltlee Ltut raY aubeequencly arAe u a cult of thle AQremnt shell M suD)aet to nagot Lllon upon vrlttw rpuset of e1tMr Percy hereto, eM the parties agrm to npotlata in good talth. in uu of Lilura bt tM respwtln rtat[a to ruolte the con[llct(q, the mttsr shall M referred to tM Urantor [or [lnel rarolutlon. 10. The Orwtea shell intotlgaM {31 cLlar o[ etacy nature at lte aagv{e: Caen party it reapw{lble for all pavonal lnlary aM progrty drape rttriDUtabl• to tM epllgwt aetr or oalulons o[ lbat Arty eM tM otfleera, aeployma and agmtr t rw[. Mathl+q Mrein atoll M Lnnatruad as m Sndernlq or • color o[ aotarelyo 1s~n1tY enl9y.d by my WrtY Mreto, u provided In Awtlon ]68. Yd, Ronda 6tatutee, a ar•~etl [ra rice to tiaa, or am other lac provldl~p liritatioo{ w clalr•. 11. Ovntw raHU twos u to any tftlgatioo azLl~g [rvr sattarr placing to CAL Apr•ernt avd wy euc6 lltlyation Mtwen 9rMtor am Ountm ahLLl b Solt Lt•d nw aulntainad poly In [ran County, Iloclda. it. thL Agrvveant atoll not M u•1gnW or otMafse tranatarrad rlthout prior vrittw conewt of CM Ormtor or ltr duly auLMrlaw agent. My oLLq`srnt Or otMC trwater rlttwut prior rzlttsn consent Of the crwtoc eMll M null and told end rlthou[ legal a[[ect. 11. The Orwtsa, by amptaoca o[ thfa Agremen[, Dlndr Scsel[, its aocceewp aM ueigna, to aDlde by the provlrlons aM cooditlwa Aeuin set forth, wd uitl pcovLlwa avd toMltlom shell M domed cot•navta of tM crwtw, lb auttuwrr a(W asalgna. ]e tM evevt tM dpntee falls o n[u•ae to comply rlth tM prmLlave aM toMltlona herein rot [orth or in the event the contra violates any of tM provbione end epoltlona Mrain, thla Agreement nay M brrlnat•d by the dvntor Opon JO tlayr rrittw notice to grwtae, aM Orwtm eMll taoedlalely zarova ell ayuipvent eM etructaree erected on the property hepin {t crwte•'• ezpense. All coats, Snclvdlnq attorndya' Ease, h+,¢ed by the Ountor to en[Ores this prmialon rMll M paid by tM crwtea. All vOtlpa required to M glow to Grantee by thL Aygeament or applicabL Lr o[ adminbtratbe rvlm rhall M rvftlclant Sf ant by U.B. Mall to the follwlnq addruu City ofr Atl{vtic e•wh ]I00 Aavdpigc Gm Atlmti0 Aewh, Ilo[SN JggJ3 TM Orahtw apzwa to votlly the Oranto[ bf wrtlfled Ball o[ any chanpea to thLr addpu at lwt tm (30( days Mora CM ehavge L eiI•etfva. 1{. She grmtee ahLLl uaur all roponrlDllity Eor llaDllltba tMt attrue Lo CM auD~eM property or !o tM lrprovwte Lherwn, faludlvq {ny uM all dreluye oc pclal aaeHWnta or fuse o[ ovary klod and deaerlptlon rhto6 ate roc or ..y M hvrutt•r lartully a•vvrvrd aM ivtivd agrlnw [M •vDwct property Ourlnq tM e[lactly priori o[ tMe Agze•w! rhleh pwlt from CM eafatanee o! ChL Ayreerant or tM wtlvities oC 9[wtM MreuMer. 15. AeNVal of thla Agreerevt le at tM aolr optlcn o[ tM 9rmtor. 9ucA poeral atoll M {uDlact to CM tree, conditions aM pmvielona o[ current ranagNent etuWarda W applleabM lan, rnLe aM rpulatlona !n .[feet at CMC t1r. Ia tM etwt tMt 9zwtaf is in (all torpllanes Ylth the bsv o[ fhb Agresvnt, tM U[wtw atoll M allured • JO-0ay grove priori afbr erplptlon o[ thL Agrsarent to reply In reltleq for • vpral. If eM Orwtw tall. to apply for • zeNral rlCnln tM yon grlod, or In tM Dent tM Or{ntoz dwr rot gcwt • revwal, LM Orm!{e shall vcaM tM pNlga aM rereve all {t[9etorea aed egalpent ompyin9 alto erected tMreon at its ezpev{e. 16. I[ the Grwtee dose tot [orate said Rruccu[o aM squippnt tAl Dyln9 YOd erected upov tM prmi»• after •zplrattoo oc caveellation e[ Apr•~nG, such etpctaro aed egOlprnt r1t1 M deawA forGlted to the d[mtoq and tM Orwlor ray aethorip rsrmal a~M ray oil Groh locfeLtM atpcturea and equlpwt attar tw (10( days rrltLan not(w Dy eertl[1W wil add[usad to the erwtm at tM addrua epcltled In Pavgrap ll or at web addreer on record ae prmldW to CM Grantor Dy CM O[antee. 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FWRa]A 371100687 Alan C. Jauen Stephen A Haild Deceaber 7, 1994 Mayor and City Commissioners City of Atlantic Beach 800 Seminole Road Atlantic BaeCh, FL 32233 RE: Sovereign Submerged Lands Dse Agreement Dear Mayor and Commissioners: ilkphe"e WOH 2167500 Fax f801124698fi0 9IA BAND DBLIYERY I have reviewed with Bob Rosoy the installation of a 6" sever force main under PuGcett Creek. The Florida DEP has requested that the City execute a Sovereign Submerged Lands IIse Agreement in connection therewith and a Copy is enclosed. I have several concerns regarding the proposed agreement, all as set forth inn letter of November 2, 1994, to DEP, a copy oP which is enclosed. I also enclose copies Ot my letter of November 30 to DBP and a letter troy !!s. Clary at DEP dated Deeember 1, 1994. ~ -. I would request your direction in response tti~-the proposed agreement and the request from DEP that it ba signed as ic, and the concerns i'have addressed regarding the agreement. ~ Thank you. Very truly yours, c. sEN Enclosures ACJ/sky - cc: Mr. Rim D. Leinbach, City Manager ::. _. 1Sr. Robert S. Rosoy, Director, Public Works ~ . .. ...... .. .. _. - - Nr. Brian E. Rientz, Connelly i Nicker, Inc. . ~ ~~ •; • = ', ..l:u ~ r-s~ ~ ~ ~ ~'~-'A.h_ LZ -. ~t`..~=!r- "~j-=~tdaJ~n ~.t: DIMENSIONS WM general material txkket LOI1•F• (per SNE J732L7 1L tr4 (m) h, in. (m) • OtenN opemtirlg 11agM rymY raises N2• (1.31) a Fern IWty raises 22.7• (.57) • Fieigte b hingB pin, fUAy raised 11'4•(3.46) • Maldmum rdbadc at grouts 40° e aerao rleiye b by ar Fors a• (27x) Elerimum graQng arrgie 1ze ° owraY terlpth ,6'3• H.37) ~ Di6g+w drorh fi.r (.,>) c Drunpengle 45• a Wheelbase 67•(x2.1) F Dung height 9' (274) Oreratl width, less t>u<ket 79• (220) Curb CIFBwr1re Cucle 2WD 31.1' 4WD 34.1' •1sE1v0[ ~ YYM XTFA-VAiDF r SpMarG DFPr r .` (PerS~EJa9j Seddba RBbarled E><Ierl0ed L Slab hFi¢i .12'8•(396) 12'8•(3.6,) - ~- `• Trarttgort 7s•p267 73•(226) - operebrq posfiian 1tr5•P-1W 183•(3-tW - '- M Crout0 dearrrce 121•(OSt) 12'1•(0.31) - M Owxa0 b•cidroe- T l~oFd<9 height 11'8'(357) 122•(3.71) 14'1•(429) IoadriralepoR • lOa6tlgrYtll 6'8'(1.88) 59'(1.65) 6L•R54) algtn 2r„•(v9~ - - r Feealtmmewag e ooerall lrldnl 7s•p26~ 73•(22171 - phc( 183•(5.6,) 16V'(5.76) 22'1•(6.73) ^ agprrg dep8t w a.tig piMbrer malurFm 1x9'N~ 15'x•(4.87) 189'(5.71) odsmr••Sro 365•(1.88) - - e Diggkp dFp6428 i &rdrsl rotmiorl 8m bolbm 749•(x.47) 153•(4.66) 169•(596) Gerter•purport 1557416• 168Y166• 168'1168• • OipgYlp dep61.84t wstyay ,ss•1,fio• 1607160• 1BD7180• 6•b~an 133•N96) 14'1•(42Bj 179•(SAt) • Swty src 180• 180• 180• • Operating heighC : lwaFg angle fa• !4• h~'rolaed 1ra•(528) n9•(6.4p 169•(s9~ a ArryaadFparaae 1s.a• t5.s- W r`G•Y re l.ws 1t 4~r br1, W n•'1M1I Wr YSr. wwxl r r r nu4 rs ew. s1w r r 01ir4Mw nl~r.K a1.4Y.rar.lrr~r4r.r •nlearrrroarrrrarr~ry.• rFr~e W~ t+.a~i.'iei w~4 iaA ~~+~ryr~rrir~~ +Faen/r~ ~ FORO,p-SERF, ; ~. ~... MQ[eOE rVacETs S'AE HeagW C~apa~' Wtllh in (an) a 9 (a m) Mo. of TBeth Generd Purpose Scoop Profde 12 (30.5) 23 (.07) 3 18 (46.7) 4.4 (.12) 3 24 (61) 6.6 (.18) 4 30 (762) 6.6 (.24) 5 36(91.4) 10.7(.30) 6 Heavy Oury Trerldling Fad Profile 72(30.5) 4.0 (.1 t) 3 18 (45.7) 6.0 (.17) 3 24 (61) 8.9 (25) 4 30 (762) 17.5 (.33) 5 36 (91.4) 74.0 (.40) 6 MCIErOe OIiW116 F41lQ 6s (k9) Startled 6ack11oe XIAA-VATOR Backhoe Crowd QOwd . Brrckot Crowd Buclml Hetred Fx1aM General Backe (~ (~I (52481 (34x+'1 (2ne) Heavy DUIy 9,940 7,500 11240 7,410 6.310 &,dte1 (4509) (3402) (6098) (3361) (2400) Oltr@ lafT CAIAiIiT bs (k~ Ttvou9h lWl AI 121eet $AE J31 dipper ero Becldroe 4,170 en (7891b ~ 3,930 e>5 (1783 k0) X7RA-VATOfi FbEa~d 3,890 6s (16741tp) 3,490 e>a (1583 ~ XTAA•VA7UR Eiaended 2,560 try (11612 ~ 2480 us (1125 kB) cr4se Tares (secatls) Startled bacMroe till c)4erder, eE1atl 4.6 &7CYBt qdl 26 IJII cyLrMer. teir?dBd 32 ~ 79 Swing CY6tle, trorrl 90• to cerEer ± ~ TOR out ~ D'.ptxr cyfitle, etlertl CWPe cY~r, reead 32 XiAA-VATOR in 1A ttuauea art es~twElssu Ms Ull Oapecey drams ee in aocardelce wiM SAE J31. Fipus iNed 87%gramdwErm c~apa~da'es ee~11YY errriled ~~: . 5554 . . z . _ I"'~ ~ ~.~ t~3 9 . ' - RORK4IW Re44:Ky (approx.) 2WD, ROPS. 51d hackhue, 157 (5966) 13 ms (k9) , ~~ 4WD. coo, sttl backltoe, 224 (6452) 16 Iha (k0) . 7t~ft (Tractor Loader and Backhoe Loader) 2WD ayyp From 11L-16,F3,IOpy t2.416.5.6py (1-abprar) (SweGrp) Rear 16.9-2B,R4.6py t6.426,M,6py 18.1-24,iu,6ply 18.4-24,Rd,6ply 16.9.26,R1,6py 16.824,R4,6ply COelfalOL ~µn !'Oi1ReMla SirtgblevR oortVdd raise, rteuaal, lower, floeL aal, dump erld relurMO6g. hO~elaalMOLalff CaPad1Y Widllt &KAals I~leMr'hl W Yd (W m) Ifl(Glt) ba (kg) MW4 t.lzro.ee) 62(234) 1.730(765) ±~: R4iatyDtay ` ~ lap-o) 66(224) 7ae(a29 vlzro-fie) 66(zz4> 67g(sos) o Typo Gaoler prvM Gp~plg 2aever, 44avar, Or 34BVR wah loot awing 60etIde0le • 3Viaool RODS Standard vinyl. ~^yt suspen5xln witn armrests GA8 StarMard vinyl. vinyl suspenvat with armrests, Wth suspe^~n with armrests O~yaOKAL lpYlPeeLKf Fmm-wgteel drive axb. Sa(M'raDwilh pressurizerlhealer. Air corWitionutB.Canterweigm9rp+Os~ F.xtendabk di rernetary. end reverack slahilizer pads. PPac Multi-gapose Bader WcYel. fiacMtoehttcket Waons. 6ackhoe auxaiarY hydreuac Mkt 2-. 3. and IJaver bacattoemntrols. GanrtanlMeaf~nt hildt. Rad'a. Rear vrirWowdelroster. BarkW alarm. Vaa FPlH dealert~rt kn Itil. 6ecldwe wtanerweigltt 9mtV~ you elwul ad0iaonal optiwtal epuipment- e,w~s MlOda1111~ Wah 9~a1 materiel buoFd Lill 4f~9^M. y 1rA Might 6.000 me (2122 kg) Rraalydta lOtGB 12.000 D6 (SN3 kg) bnM Raise b itJ height ~~ dunp 1 7 aetnrds I ~r 26 seoortdv ' Total 9.0 tte4wtds ewer ar+~ v~w~s • Swbg dael+od and piebn and • L6t ticv+itrod end pigwt erd • Gowd ciare-Pkb^ erd ady • Buc1aK IacuiNOd eM aey 1 `~ 5550 ,- mom Manufacturer Fwd Fsgine type Diebel Baled en9irie rpm p20p Max SAE gross rW (tow) 72 (53.6) Mu SAE net hP Orw) 65 (46.5) Torque at 1200 engine rpm Max gross, b4DS (nm) 192 (260) k/az net, b4DS (rm) 1B6 (252) Displatemenl, a in (~) 256 (4.19) Bore, in (an) 4.4 (112) Stroke. in (anl 42 (10.7) Compression redo 16.3:7 AMernabr 55 a0tp Battery 12 w.lk, 800 CCA 4/4 ayrxxauaZee sr+rb^9 Atl gears Torque mraerier mu8ip0eation rs5o 3.15:1 Trarsmissim 6eopbMC( 6LOgO 9~9 Trans lever, IOeder Wrltrd ~ffi ~~ ~ aniline speed with 6.9--28 forward mph (IorJh) Rererso mph porYh) 1 3.1(55) 1 3.4 (55) 2 55 (9.3) 2 55 (9.3) 3 11.4 (18.3) 3 11.3 (18? a 19.9 (320) 4 195 (37.9) •1lyf 2WD 4WD type HYdrmfNb ~ ~ ~ Bprn ~~) ~ 1~ 5.1 (19.1) 5.1 (19.1) Tummg ra6us wmr>dree. 97• (2.93) t 1' (3.4) 8 ( F1aONFAII[ 2WD 4WD ~: Static bad rating. Ds (kg) 12.500 (5670) 13.660 (6267) C. Dynamic knd ratlng, 50.000 55,44p the (k9) (71,680) (25.128) frara bead wkMr,'n (pn) 70 (178) 68.5 (174) Ostltlaaon 22• 22• C.reraM dearrrae, in (an) MA! 11.5 (292) 11 (28) 1DOWM11(L1 Static bad retkq, Ds (kg) 13,500 (6123) DyrrsNC bad relYq, 40,500 as OoW (18,370) Beer wlMel treed. b (cm) 88 (173) DiBerenfial lock SurMard Brakes Wel, nrati- Qrc ^TO~YMIC Af1Ha puriP ~kY u 2200 rpn, gpm (Lhnkt) 31 (117.3) System rage( prcaue, psi LoaOer/batldroe 2450 IiYtlrric s abm ce aci ~{YPa y ry, p 9~ (y 21 (79.5) Flydrafc 6ker 10 mWOn Nf"drau9o relervoi, gal (U 6.5 (24.6) y916da1f (U.S. 9gtid meawe) Fuel vnk gr (y 24 (90.8) Ergin Naicrmon aMYler, V1a 14 916.5) ~ syaYrrr, qb M ~15~ R _ a Kern ~ ( ~ y . W 1 ~ 25 (2,~ Tiarrrieafon rp (la 77 (1~ 55vp r .; i~ . ._~ r~x, :r:. ..~,~ y ~:. . Tractor LoaderBackhoe 555D Specifications Tne 5550''5 ava~:aDle as a nano: loader Dacknw a irador baCe' EIWINE Ford fourcy'mder o,esel, 25ctuhw mcn e,sViacemen; ES SAE n¢: nmsepor+er Oual C'ye:emen! a•; Meaner T.w9age Wei ld!er tdanildC COIC Sa•taA Elecnrc fuel shulbil. TRANSMISSION 'W:5'y¢E.~S lryvtarQ ariG rB-:PSI'IUIly S'i'~'U'IONZCd iorpLe cmvener Eletlnc ;ryve' S?~ Oe FRONT A%LE 12.51N~IDS ;oaC ra!"g ]C-',nU :reaorci^.In. HyC:oslal:c pow'e: 51enr:ng OPTIONAL FRONT•WNEEL.pR1VE ABLE 13.51-IDS baC rzo-.nc 6E E+nU•. veatlw,C;r. 22EPa: ee oscn'.a;on Hydmsia;m ;.>ne, sleenng REAR A][LE t35001b5 bad rafng 69+ncn nneC Ufao Doude ,edupgn. inboaro p'an¢;ary final d:~m Mulf,plale, wel4,sc babes I EL[ETRIEAL ! 2aUll sh'em 5110 OCA Daaery SSamp ahernalor. SdrC stage wuage regulator ucun~w Front alw Bear halogen wakl'ohts Sop anU wm 5gnais Fwrway safety hashers Beaee l'gn!s wwoER 1.12{Ub¢ yard CapaPty ImdCwb:n DVCkeI 6.000'IDS. tin capacity 1200PIbs Dreakoullace 5'ngle~lr+er comrol 9uck¢Uevei inGCdtor MydromecnanKal set' Ie.eLng R¢Nm-104'g 6AEKNOE Center p:wt icy" bdcknw Cpfona' 3'i' %TP.A~VATOF' e%tendade o'pperncM Two revel. three~IPre•+~. ~;n loos swing a Iwr-lever COrdr015 Anli-0nn 5ta9'-: e:5 NT'ORAYLIC SYSTEM pp¢ncenler G¢sgn produces Io:Ce ~ mdlcn CemynC 3l ypm gear pump Leak Tree G-nnp !r;:rgs OPERATOR STATION Fwr-post POPS'FOFS a HOPS'Fi7PS cab war swngarcuM 5¢at. 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CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACB CITY CONMISSION lIE6TING STIFF REPORT AGENDA ITEN: PURCHASE OF TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOE ON STATE CONTRACT SUBKITTED BY: Robert S. Koeoy/Director of Public Mocks ~/Y~ l DATE: December 6, 1999 _ r BACKGROUND: Currently, Atlantic Beach Yater Distribution and Sever Collection uses a Nodal 1440, 1986 JCB Backhoe, Front End Loader. This vehicle has been extended beyond the end of it'a normal hours of operation. TAe coat of further maintaining this vehicle is not justifiable frog an operational/safety or economic standpoint. It is proposed to replace this vehicle rlth a Ford FNN-SSSD Tractor Loader Backhce for a ~- - total cost of a40, 507.00. The option sre outlined on Attachaent A to tailor the - - . vehicle to the-needs of the Mater,.:.;t. ~, ""'~•-~~ _ " Distribution/Serer Collection Crete. Particularly important is the hydraulic and plumbing option rhicA allots the arsr to perfors hydrostop repair cork and use of thee- rod pusher boring machine. ~~ ~. This purchase is to be uda under the State Contract, as rss the purchase of a similar vehicle for the Buccaneer crar last Fiscal -~ year. The Buccaneer crar hu been very .- pleased rith the perforunce snd wintenance - on this vehicle to date. _ RECOlB~ATION: Approve purchase, budgeted for lG0, 000.00 on Page 6 of Cspital Lproremeni Progru in FY 94-95 Budget •Tractor (4%4)•. _ ATTACBBt][TS: 1J Copy of Requisition •7264 2) Manufacturer's Catalog Info~aation - ~~ REYIEYED BY CZT! MANAGER ~~~~~ { .t z ~ ~ S .: ,r +•+ ~' !_r ~ ~~s.!'~,.:i! ,~rY`iy' M., .. S`$H~'•- ' i,. i. 1 - . ~. -- .. .. ~. .~ ..ra n' R:.uY A.-~i r i:... c.. .: -.... .-. Minutes, Page 10 December 12, 1994 NAME OF COMMAS. M S V Y V N Lyman T. Fletcher Mayor/Preelding Officer A T T E S T: Haureen Ring City Clerk Minutes, Page 9 ~+~+~ 12, 1994 e ea mould discuss this with the City of Jacksonville. tle suggested having a Special Comnission Meeting on Deomber 19, 1994 to take action on the matter, as the Dormer c~,,...,^+ty Developm:nt Corporation was being hindered in their work pendug execution of the agreemant. Ere indicated he would provide the Camussion with a c'ops' of an am_nrled agreement, and would ~^~~ne a Special Commission meeti*m, 9 o~te ard/~ requests fz® (Ytv Ctmmssimers City 11Prr.~.u, a~ City Cledc- lbseoblA® rrdreated he would like to r~; ~..,GG the aorn~i ~itim of parklaTd at the next wrkshop sPSSion, to which it was agreed to place this matter on the next workshop agenda. Commissioner l+osenblo® i~uired whether or rot it mould be a viola*ion of the city code to drnate to the Historical Society, to which Alan Jensen advised such a duration mould be a violation of the City Code. It was explained if Bed Tax morey was used a donation ould be made, with anvUrs municipality, by an irrterloral agreeresnt. ' C~ni.ssiorer Waters reported Bob Fowler, Fowler Manufacturing Canpany, had experienced drainage problens arcl Bob Kosoy agreed to check into this aId report to Oamissioner Waters. Cavaissioner Waters asked Alan Jensen i£ the 8+.+,~„~~+ aim^a_l.s=.1 was available, W which Mr. Jensen replied the Rid~ardson appraisal had rot been received as yet. Camussioner waters irndicated his desire to discuss the +ustter at the next workshop session. Camnissioner Shauylunessy repozted xJ the Proposed ern;r.,.,ro^t,al clean-up at Mayport Navy Base. She suggested that CamnissiorEr Weiss be appointed to the Advisory Board. Co,missioner Waters itdicated he would attend airy meetings **xa*+a;*+g this, and C®nissiorws Weiss indicated he would also attend. it was explained perhaps a Canmissinner should not serve on the Board, but that a merber of the .M.-~.^,i.ti~ vauld be a bettar choice. This will be decided in the future. Cannissioner Weiss thanked those who planrned and attended the city's Christmas festivities. Cavnissioner Weiss referred to the Proposed capital inQrovamlrt projec,-ts that had been recently uTder discussion, and he felt the matter should be pursued. He felt a firrencial advisor should be swc>tnt, and he pa*+;cularly encouraged the mmiission to proceed with the installation of cerLSUS meters. There being no furtlwr busi.ress the Mayor adjourned the meeting at 10:30 p. m. NA34E OF COMMRS. M 5 v Y V N Minutes, Page B Decarber 12, 1994 b. Disarsim and related actin relative to DEP petmittlnq regn;,.+.,~.+-= in m~ctia~ with the ;••=railar;.., of a 6' force min ;ceder P1rJvett Creek Alan Jensen, City Attorney, irdicata9 he had several concerns regarding the proposed sovereign sutmerr9ed Iands Use Agreement that the DeparG~ent of E7rvirvrrrertal Protection (DEP) had requested, and he referred to documents he provided (attarlied herewith acd made a part hereof). He felt it was i.nportant to get a docwnent in place as quickly as possible, before the end of tM year, so that the Project could be c~leted. Fie felt the problens could be resolved with the Uepartmerrt of Ernrirumental Protectim, with Cacmission approval. Aob Kosoy explained work was under way aId the city desired to cmpl.ete the peanittirg procedure. It was felt it mould be in the city's best interest to sign the document pursuant to the time constraints indicated by the DEP. l7otim: Authorize nxer~rt;m of the agxe~t with the DEP Under discussim, it was felt Alan Jensen's request to discuss the city's concerns was reasa~able. A suggestion was made that perhaps Pepresentative Arnall should be invited to beoase involved in the matter. After fr+~h°r r3; =.+~==; m, it was felt the agzesvent should be signed. The questim Was called and the motion carried tman;nr.,ciy, c. ~*sc-•==;~^ and ateecHmt ac.-tiny relative to the salary of the City Cl~c Co~SSSiorrr 9raughnessey suggested that the City Clerk's salary be increased in the amamt of seven percent. lbtim: In[xease the salary of the Qty Cleric in the aaotnt of seven pent No discussion before the vote. TM motim carried unartimauly. d. ~~**^^ ~~ purge of Aa+asald m6orcycle tinder >dd ib. 995-4 ;This was acted upm Mier in the agenda) 8. Qty 1Mazmpp~ ireports and/or Cotrespmda~oec a. Aeport md/Oi actin m PY 1994 95 O~tity Dc~~,pm®t Bla[jc Grant (CDHG) aotltSact Kim Leinhach reported he received the CDBG wttract m Deoaobei 12, 1999. George Worley, City Planner, indicated it would be necessary to rl~arge one sectim of the contract relative to acgtisitim of NAME OF COMMAS. M 5 V Y V N ROSENBLOOM X X SHAUGHNESSY X X WATERS X wEiss x FLETCHER X OSENMAOM R HAUCIU+essY x x ATERS R Iss x x ETCHER X Minutes, Page 7 Dec,-a~ber 12, 1994 7 ____ Marina Drive, Susan IExais, 455 Atlantic Blvd., Majorie Dunson, 1 Ocean Blvd. , aril David T.xu; G. Calmissioner Weiss felt the cartnittee should report to staff. lle felt unoanfortable having a member of the Cavoission on the cartnittee. Mayor Fletcher indicated he world take this order advisemllt. 7. New w,c; roc a. w.fti.,.; xa pun~ase of t,a,+..~ 7Hadei ha,+.i..,o railer State tract at a oust of $40,507.00 Bob Kosoy, Public Works Director, reported currently the City's Water Distribution ar3 Sewer Collection used a Model 1440, 1986 .R~ Backtloe, Front FS~Id ]Hader, This vehicle had beer extelld~ beyond the end of it's raraal hours of operation. T1le oust of A,rrTwr msinYaining this vehicle was not justifiable fora an operational/safety or eootlanic standpoint. Staff was proposing to replace this vehicle with a Ford FiH3-SSSD Tractor I.a'rder Eacktne for a trntal cyst of $40,507.00. Purchase was to be made ,,.,,tar the State Contract. I4otim: Authorize purr>5ase of a tr.+rF.+.~ ]Hader badmoe at a cost of $40,507 When asked caioecnurg the training required to operate the equipment, Bab Kosoy explained staff wern already fA++; t ; ar with the egln>.lment, aril that the vendor usually sport time explaintrlg safety equipn=llt. '141e Mayor ;~,; wed regarding the term and scope of the warranty and Bab Rosoy agreed to chick into this. It was explained the purchase was contingent on the industry warranty which world be sent via fax to Calmissioners. It® 7d was taker out of sequaxe and actr>3 upon. 7d. Authorize parr~ase of lr>.~Ut,; moborc]R'-le coder IDd ro. 9495-1 Chief David Tlwmsar introduced Darn 9nith, Motorcycle Officer. It was rcarrmesded that the bid be awarded to 1'e9erM=Y xa.rcatr; a Sea-DJO for the 1995 Eawasaki Police 1000 at the total bid price of $7,870.00. Zt was reporta3 a discwnt would be awarded if this was paid wither 15 days of delivery. MotrHn: AFpn:We purd>aye of 1995 Kawasaki Pbr;,a 1000 lbtarcycle to perlency x~~t~ i Sea-floc fos the total bid price of $7,870, to be paid within 15 days of delivery Conmissioner Waters felt this was a reaction to a perceived problan aryl that ill h1S dpl.t110<1 tller°_ was not d gledt problem relatlVe t0 speeding in the city. CamnissiorlPS ~s:..~^a=sy rr.~.,ra,t Civef Thamsorl for the effort aril time he put into the matter No discussion before the vote. The motiHn cazried un3ninarsly. NAME OF COMMHS. M S v Y V N ROSENBLOOH X SNAUGHNESSY X PATERS X X NEISS X R FLETCHER R ROSENBI.OOM X SHAUGHNESSY X R MATERS R NEISS X R FLETCHER X Minutes, Page 6 DeaarUer 12, 1994 carpel ^landlords to pay bills left by their tenants, arcl the language had nothing to do with getting people to pay their utility bills. She felt there were sore landlords in the city who were rot willing to maintain their property, and her ern was to try to get a better level of ecapliance with city codes. When p .+;~ were not mvntained, she added, it hurt the quality of tlr_ city as a whole. She explained Ed Martin, p.~.,.w~ of the Code Enforoaoent Hoard, had atteffied a Cade F]~forcement seminar and disa~ssia~s were held at the e,.m;nar oax•Prrurg the tF0 OId11NnOe., being the vehicle by which sore cities were able to get a better level of aapliarioe, aryl that Wa$ the Splrlt lrl Wh1Cf1 the O'*ri,urvcc y~ lllti'alllOed. She felt, ha giver, that the o~;*a~~ contoured iniquities. 7t~e ally way the city had to collect money wRwst it was necessary to repair or maintain PmPaztY w'az P~cir~4 liens ~t Property. In most cases, she explainid, liens were not paid until the property was sold whi<fi could result in marry years before liens were paid. She explained the language in thE ordinanoPS spdce tv landlords who infused to +++ai.,rain their properties, and had corn„~ to do with 4et~ People to pay their utility bills, or covpelluy ra~i~++*r= to pay bills left by their tenants. She asked Mayor Flpirl+nr to appoint a oo®ittee of rot more than eight members to study the problem and cure up with a remmendation on how the city might better address it. She suggested staff who were involved in code enforoaaent i =oncrs...~, fire inspection, finance, and arty other depart.oents that would be imrolved in addressing the problem to be present at the meetings. Mayor Fletcher appointed c ;=Gionir Shaughnessy W Chair the Property Study Camiittee, and the follavirg people volunteered to serve on the Carmittee: Brian Phillips, tbrothy Ked~er, Ernest L. kLnssell, Susan Iewis, Hobert R. Castro, Jahn Meserve, lNjorie R. Dimsa~, Singer B. Kjaz, Mi. 6 Mrs. Raymad E. Makowski, Jane Wytzka, Petry Sapia, and Tim Reed. Mayor Fletdrei indicated a letter of appointrsent world be sent to meabers of the Coumittee. Mayor FletL3ler asked the Comaittee to have a status report fur the Cartnission at the January 9, 1994 meetirK. It was suggested issues antained in the two ordirvoraes order discussion would be addressed bf the mnnittee, and that both tenant occupied and owner oowpied properties would be x~r~~. Caimissioner WeiSS felt that more time sharld 17e alla+ed to study the matter, and that staff should be wnsulted. tte doted Don Fotd, BuitJ; ~+ Official, prepared a report datrd Dsoars~er 9, 1994 (attached hereto and made a part hereof). tae sued the audienre be allowed to speak to the matter. Mayor Fletcher allowed metbers of the audience to address the matter and the following people spoke: Jare Wytska, 353 gild Street, NAME OF COMMAS. M S V Y V N i Minutes, Page 5 Deccj~ber 12, 1994 r..,.": «:., c~,~„Qr,.,o~~-~, voce.,-oa r., ~ :..., i c_~ r~ ccotainers~ She made specific reference to the~follwi.rg sentence "NO garbage shall be collFxte3 unless it is plaoerl in a closed garbage container." She irguired if items would be picked up if they were not placed in a closed oontai.rer, to which it was explained the languayc referred to garbage, only, and that other items could be placed by the eub. It was explained a plastic bag wild be acxeptable. Reference was made to additional language indicating a closed container had to be used, and staff was asked to provide specific language indicating the instances in which a closed container would rot have to be used for „P,+a;., items. Reference was made to Section 16-8, Fees for collection, and an i ~+~+,; *; was made as to when tSe fees wulfl be placed in the ordinance, to which it was explained the rates had cot be indicated because the contract had cot been signrd. Reference was made to Section 16-3, Garbage and trash containers (b) and a question was asked regarditg the placing of gathage cans at the cuffi and it was bmugint out that in certain parts of the City this would he diffiwlt because the sidewalk was small, to which it was explained that if there was a hardship the Director of Public Works could waive the requiramnt of~placing rant at the curb. It was also explained that whatever systen residenrts had aced for Pic'-n9 4~age rams in the past would mntira~e to wrk in the future. Jim Jarboe, Deputy City Manager, explained the level of service of garbage collection would rot be changed. Reference was made to Sec. 16-14, White goods: Procedure and fees for removal, and it was questioned whether or not there was a fee for pick up of white goods, to which it was explained there was m fee for pick up of white goods at the present time, but that in the event a fee was charged save tine in the future, the matter world be addressed in the contract. John Meserve indicated ire had a wntract for private pickup for an apartment oaeQlex and he wanted to be sure that the proposed ordi.nazioe world rat prohibit such an outside contract. Mr. Meserve was asked tv meet with the City Manager regarding the matter. 'lhe question was called and the motion carried ,mwn;mti,cly, c. r*srussi~±+ of Ondinaroe Nos. 8p-94-54 and 25-94-16 e~li~ia3 wditirns for the oQUnectim of water and safer wnroi..n m rental m.~++'a Mayor Fletc}r_r advised ordinance Nos. 80-94-54 and 25-94-16 were rnt on the agenda for action, but that the language cuntairred in the ordinances had been placed on the agenda for discussion, only. Comrissioner Shaughnessy felt there was a need in the city to have a method to require people to physically keep ~ their property in NAME OF COMMAS. M S V Y V N Minutes, Page 4 Decmber 12, 1994 v V NAME OF COMMRS. M S Y N SHAUGNNESSY R After discussion, the question was called arcl the vote resulted in WATERS X X 4-1 with Comnissioner Weiss voting nay. 1Y~e mutinn carried. WEISS R FI,ETCHER X Comnissionet Fosenblo~ suggested strikiig "faa' (41" festivals from (2) aides Sac. 3-11. R(ISENBL(N7M X SHAUGHNESSY !loom: Strike 'up ho four (4) festivals.' and rep]aoE with WATERS ' in sentence (2) under Sec. 3-ll 'special festivals WEISS , FLETCRER Motion died for lack of a seooid. R(ISENELOUM R x ]lotimv Sixiloe 'lp m fas (4) festivals,' and replace with SHAUG@IESSY R 'op m •~+~+~ (8) festivals.' WATERS a E WEISS During discussion, David ThonQson, Chief of Iblice, was asked to FLETCHER X R caarPnt relative to the number of festivals P'~ Yom' aid if •~-++P~Gi.nq the camber xvuld affxt the PolicE DeP to which he replied that the nuaber of festivals would have m affect on how the Police Deparbaent would enforcx the orrlinance. Durirg discussim +K1 the groups that wa118 be allw.ed to have £estivals, it was decided the City Manager would use his best judgem:nt as to the graRa to be autlnrized to have festivals. After di5CU551011, the QneStrOn W3S C 71cr1 aIYI tIIC VOFe Pesnltad iIl 2-3 with C®issimers Shaughnessy, Waters, aid Weiss votiry may. RDSENHIAUM The ®ttim Failed. SHAUGHNESSY a ATERS R A lbtim: passage of Dni~*N^-~ No. 10-A4-19. as a®ded ISS R R ETCHER R 7fie question was called aid the vote r'e-s~rlted in 4-1 with Cociaissioner Rosenbloom voting nay. The motion carried. b. [3i+; ^"^^P No. 5594-28 -First Fading Mayor Ftatrlwr presented in full, in writing, Ordirlanoe No. 55-94-28. AN ORDIlY~NC£ AMQaING 741E OCCE (H' Oia1II~WtiCES CAS 713E CT14C CHI ATiAN11C BIIs~, RF24HITiI4G IN 215 FNiZRE1Y (71APls32 16, SOLID WAS7E, A4D PR(7JIDING AN II'FgJLTiVE DAZE. OSENBL(IOM R MOt]m: APPrwe passage of tmiircars No. 5.5-94-28 m fizst HAU(7UiESSY R wading and eat publ;a hearing for Jamey 9. 1995 ATERS a a Iss a a Cuanissioner Slsazigtvessy referred to Sectim 16-2, Solid Waste ETCHER R Collection. She made specific referv~oe to the followiig sentvx~ "All yard trash shall be picJced up aid disposed of at least acre each weeJc.' She +TM1 as t~ wklat was inclided in the bid specificatims aid it was explained thrs language spoke to Yard trash on1Y. and the bid specrfied P~ up would be two days pir wlrlc. . 8 Minutes, page 3 Deoanber 12, 1994 No A;cn,caion before the Vote. The motion carried nrun;trca,cly, Mayor Fletcher presented the nessolution in plaque foaa to Claudia Eiogans and cast imo..rari him on the fine jab he had dore for the City. 6. Art;m of Ordinarlaps- d. fT.7;..-nw No. 10-94-19 -Public 6aaring AN ~IliHi£ Q+ 7~: CC1Y Q+ ATIAL~7C ~t~, PI11UmA, AMB~INS; Ste. 3-11 ~ '!~ Q>[E OF 10 AIIQi ~4PIIQi Q+ BBffi2 Ali) WIC Q7 Plffi.BC PRAY WI'I$ PBRQ~ PR!! '1T$ CISY MAlit(;~2, ~.I.~T, TIl6 LllQ.7'S PIZt S~ ~PIIIIi, AND PR7VIDIli; A8 PPP19LT1VE at118. Mayoz Fletcher presented, in full, in writing, c7.rl;.,a,w No. 30-94-19, said o+-~; N*~ having boar posfe3 in aooonlame with ~**an ^* EIe opened the floor for a public hearing and irnited oo,vmnts fmn the >•t+~+P~. Jda Meserve, 2126 Beads AVenue, felt~the number of everts should be increased, or discretion as to the number of events should be decided by the Catntission. Since no ore wished to speak further the Mayor closed the public hearing. Motim: Approve, passage of (kt9i..a..o No. 10-94-19 Crnmissioner Sttmghnessy felt under a pzevious workstnp discussion it was decides the word "that' should be i.~cs..+ai in (2) order Section 3-11 which tauld read as follows: No alcohol shall be cvrtstnied out of doors in public or park azeas, except tSat far ~ to four (4) festivals in arty ore r tr,viar year, beer and wine miy be eoruunad out of doors. Ccrmissioner Chat~rhnoccl, referred tv Secttion (4) "~ applicatrt agrees to moply with arty reasonable conditions deemed nteoessaty by the City Manager to protect the best interests of the city and its resicN.nts." She suggested raoovug the word "reasonable.' Ameded tmtSm: Awe the word `reasmable' in l4) of Sectim 3-ll a[d add the word 'that' in Section 3-ll(2) After discussion, the question was called and the vote resulted in 1-4 with Cgmussionters Posentbinan, Waters, and Weiss, and Mayor Fletctr_r voting nry. The motion failed, Comnissiorter Waters zferred to (1) ruder Sectim 3-11 and indicated many wirws were above 12 8, and he suggested stri]cing •126` from (1). NAME OF COMMHS. M S V Y V N SENBiAON tAlIGHNESSY ATERS R ISS X CTCBEH SENBIAON R BAUGBNESSY % % ATERS % R ISS X ETCHER X Minutes, Page 2 Deca,ber 12, 1994 Q~_~s;•+,Pr Wei ,s requested that Item a b aIr] c be raroved fmn ~sPtrL a. Adanwledge receipt of Cade ffiforoemmt activity report for the month of Nov~er Ca~missioner Weiss asked Don Fora, Building Official, to give a brief explanation regardi.rg alien against property located at 91 Donner Road in the amount of 59,500, to which Mr. Ford explained this was a de;nlition of a horse that had been cca~dee~ed by the City. b. Adanwledge zaceipt of Hidldiig Department actrvity report for the month of Nova~er Cavnissioner Weiss ~mnted on the excellent growth in the oannnuty which was indicate? '.n the a,,; i.;; ~; DeparUoent activity report for the month of November. c. AdanWLrdge ** ~i~* of nx~ratim facili(~jps ysa9e report fire the mocrth of Novedx~r Since Carl Walker, Beautification Coordiretor, was rot in the audience Camussioner Weiss deferred discussion relative to the recreation facilities usage report. Mourn: App¢ove passage of the 6asent Agenda The question was called and the motion carried u*+a~i^~,Gly. The ReCLedtlOn AdV15DIy BOdrd Was cl5ked to meet OQIOEZniICJ reOP1V3IKJ bids on the the Jack Russell Park building. If necessary, it Was decided to have a special commission meetrng to act rn the matter. 4. Q~ttar./Board R:pmts: a. Report fr® w~.-.~~r;~, A3vis~y Board Cynthia Corey, Chainoan of the Recreation Advisory Board, reported tree lighting oer~ies were a suocPSS. Next year, she advised, there may he ore tree lighti ~+ oer+mviy, only. She explairrd me cer'aiony mould bring the oomnufity r at one activity. She reported there world be a written report later. Mayor Fletcher asked that the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board make reoam~etda~ons regarding use and maintenar~oe of the parks. S. A[: tirn of j~~pl„r;rt,c- a. Resolution No. 94-52 - n,„t.m;~;.,,, Claudia Bogans m the oocasim of his ~*; ~^f. Mayor F1etrJ~er presented in full, in writing, Resolution ro. 94-52. Motion: Approve passage of Resolur;.., Nb. 942 NAME OF COMMFiS. M S V Y V N ROSENBLOOM I X SHAOGNNESSY R ATERS X R ISS X X FLETCBER X ROSENBLOON R SBAOCHNESS x x HATERS x x HBISS x fl.ETCNER A MQ7O1L' i OF Tf3E [~'IIIAR I~TING OF A'IIAIIIIC BP11C$ CPM O:FIdSSIQ7 ffiD II7 CI17t EAIL, 800 SEMIl~ICBE IiY1D, AT 7:15 P. N. ON ![t>p1Y, Z>~ffit 12, 1994 PRESfNP: Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steve Rosenbloom Suzanre Shaughnessy J. Dearo~ [raters, III, a~ Robert G. Weiss, Jr., Cannisszoners ARID: Kim D. ro: „~.a,, City Manager ~ Alan C. Jensen, City Attorney ME OF COAfl.IIiS. M O T I O N S E C O N D V O T E D Y E S V C T E D N O The meeting was called to order by Mayor Fletcher. The irnocation was folly ed by the pledge to the flag. 1. ApprWal of the mimtes o< the recnilar ~t^.Y. of Pbva6er 28, 1994 ROSENBLOON X X 1!btlm: Appears ID1711tPS Of the ZEgulaL wog Of HATERS X Novi ~ 1994 WEISS R X FLETCHER X The atrtion resulted in a vote of 4-0 (C ; ~~;.,mr Shaughnessy was not present at the time of the vote). The motion carried. Carmissioner Shaughnessy joined the ~*;.+; at 7:30 p, m. 2. Hewcgiitim of Visib~s; J. P. Mar+minli, 414 Sherry Drive, irdicatffi he had received information via the• mail with reference to the F]~vixcw'metrtal Restoration program of the Mayport Naval Station. Kim Leinbadi, City Mager, explaitre~ he had been workimg with the Naval Station on the Restoration program and it was their intent to make Mayport one of the cleanest, best stations in the country. It was explaired there a;eruld be a meeting TUe,day, Occc~ber 13, 1994, at 6:30 p. m., at Fletcher Senior Ilic)h Sdnol. Mayor Fletdrr asked C®issiorer Waters to attend the meeting on behalf of the City. - Mayor PLet~er presented the keys to the City to Visitors fxw Croatia w}n had visited the City of Atlantic Heady throcr~ a program of the University o£ North Florida. The visitors explained their function in their haoe gwenmclts and reported oa~oernirg their experiences in the United States. 3. Onsait Agada: . a. AdmarL'jdge receipt of CL'de Enforo~nt activity repeat fay the math of NDYtnt¢ b. Ad~AedFje receipt of Hui]diu3 Oep3rt®t activity repaat f~' the mmth of Nwmi~' c. Adanwledge receipt of ze¢eatim facilities usage rcpo¢t fg tine nth of Novr~rs - d. Reject all bids received larder Hid no. 9394-14 for adnitiras a~ remodeling of the Public Safety Bu11d1ng ~- ., AGENDA January 23, 1995 Page Three 9. Reports aad/or requests from City Cammfssioners, City attorney and City Clerk: a. RaePO PertY g~ay4uCeo omittee (Commissioner ShaughntesSY )of Adjournment If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at any meeting, such person may need a record of the Proceedi~s, and. fOr such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the evioden~ceinuponswmadh,t~izp~ecois toabe basedde the testimony and atythissomeetingwshould submit a request to t~ City Clerk pr ortto the meeting. Forms are available at the entrance to the Commission Chambers for your convenience. l Page Two AGENDA January 23, 1995 e. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-5 instructing staff to establish procedures to develop a flat rate for solid waste collection fees (Commissioner Weiss) f. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-6 instructing staff to establish a procedure for the reduction of solid waste collection fees (Commissioner Weiss) g. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-7 instructing staff to establish a procedure for the return of certain ad valorem taxes (Commissioner Weiss) 6. Action of Ordinances: a. Public Hearing and final reading of Ordinance No. 55-94- 28 rewriting Chapter 16 of the City Code to provide for a franchise for the collection of solid waste in Atlantic Beach (Kim Leinbach) b. Introduction and first reading of Ordinance No. 25-95-26 amending Chapter 6 of the City code to adopt the 1993 National Electrical Code 7. New Business: a. Board Appointments: (i) Two seats on Pension Board of Trustees (Terms expired 12/31/94) (11) Two seats on Tree Conservation Board (Current terms expire 1/31/95) (iii) One seat on Community Development Board to fill unexpired term (Term expires 12/31/95) b. Approve purchase of new Ford F-150 pickup truck at State Contract price, for the Public Works Department (Bob KOSOy) c. Approve purchase of 1995 Jeep Cherokee at State Contract price, for the Fire Chief (Chief Ruley) d. Accept the proposal of Ponte Vedra National Bank for financing the Lease Purchase of vehicles and equipment (Ann MOUSE) e. Authorize execution of Community Development Block Grant contract for FY 1994/95 (George Worley) f. Approve ratification of contract bstween the City and Fraternal Order of Police, bodge No. 107 (Capt. Campbell) g. Discussion of proposed amendments to utility ordinance (Ann Meuse) h. Approve contract with Ellis 6 Associates, Inc. fox Materials Testing Services i. Authorize execution of contract with Waste Management Inc. for the collection of solid waste in Atlantic Beach (Jim Jarboe) 6. City Manager Reports and/or Correspondence: ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COI4IISSION JANUARY 23, 1995 AGENDA Call to Order Invocation and pledge to the flag Approval of the minutes of the Regular meeting of December 12, and Special Called Meetings of DecP~ber 19, 1994 and January 17, 1995. 2. Recognition of Visitors Introduction of new eaployees Presentation of 1993/94 audit report (Kim Leinbach) Discussion and subsequent action relative to fence on city right-of-way at 1850 Ocean Grove Drive (George Worley, Don Ford) ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE BY THE CITY COMMISSION AND WILL BE ENACTED BY ONE MOTION IN THE FORM LISTED BELOW. THERE WILL BE NO SEPARATE DISCUSSION OF THESE ITEMS. IF DISCUSSION IS DESIRED, THAT ITEM WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND WILL BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION AND STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED TO THE CITY COMMISSION ON THESE ITEMS. 3. Consent Agenda: a. Acknowledge receipt of Code Enforcement activity report for the month of December b. Acknowledge receipt of Building Department activity report for the montA of December c. Acknowledge receipt of Adele Grage Community Center usage report for the month of December d. Acknowledge receipt of financial report for the three- month period ending December 31, 1994 e_ Accept the bid of Kimmins Recycling for demolition of seven houses as specified in Bid No. 9495-6 4. Comvittee/Board Reports: a. Report from Recreation Advisory Board 5. Action of Resolutions: a. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-3 in memory of Oli+er Ball b. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-1 recognizing GATX Logistics, Inc. for their contribution of materials, time and talent in the construction of a Habitat home c. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-2 authorizing various budget adjustments (Ann Meuse) d. Adoption oY Resolution No. 95-4 instructing staff to research the feasibility of developing a dog run in Johansen Park (Commissioner Weise) CITY OF ~awtie $eaek - ~lertda January 27, 1995 we s~cla.e xwo •nwivnc eFwcv. FI.OxmM Ru+s~as tFtrrfwnt I+wl ursw FAr IFMI 2fF5tl5 To; The Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners From: Maureen King, City Cierk Subject: Meeting - January 30, 1995 Please find enclosed herewith the agenda for your meeting on Monday, January 30, 1995. Capt. Campbell has advised that contract negotiations between the city and I.A. F. F. are still at impease on Article 11 Personal Leave, Article 15 Hours of work and overtime, Article 16 Injury in the line of duty, Article 26 Career development/Fire Inspector, and Article 28 wages/EMT or Paramedic Incentive. A copy of the Special MdSter~B repOIt and reCOmmeildatl0[1a On these articles 14 enclosed herewith. As with past meetings, reports fry the city and union will be presented on Monday night and you will act in a quasi-judicial capacity on the evidence presented. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call. xc: City Manager cirY of sTlaBrlc Baace seeclai. c~r.r.rro l0561'1NC/Ito'aSBe B$aBlxc 7:15 PM, l1pNDlY, JSMISRY 30, 1995 ac8lma Call to order 1. Appointeent to Comity Developaert Board to fill uoezpired terms (Tezf ezpirea 12/31/95) 2. Hearing to resolve ispasse in contract negotiations bstaeen the oily and professional fire fighters i,xal 2622 3. sny other business adjournr~t ~c CITY OF rltla«tse ~e~ - ~lozida January 11, 1995 uo9 sAnoeleER uxe ATLANTIC BEACH, FIpRaN 133JJJJ91 TELEPNO~E 19011 E!)-56Y iA119W13(i5N) N E D O R A N D U M TO: Robert 5. Kosoy/Director of Public Morks off FROM: Narry E. McNally/Utility Plant Division Director /I ~~ RE: AERATION TANK s3 On Nednesday January 4, 1995 the east bruah on •3 Aeration tank burned up t:he inside bearing. Me got together rith Atlas Electric Motors and Dad haw order split Dearinge for the east brueD. On January 6, 1995 the teat bruah outside bearing tae found to be burned up and unable to uae. Me had to get one of the brushes back in operation. Atlas had received fhe split bearing for the east brush but not the pallor Dlock. Atlas called the distributor and the pallor block ras delivered late Friday afternoon. Me had a crer on- site Saturday ritD a crane and rewoved the gear box and wotor to access the old bearing. The old Dearing Dad fused into the shaft and re had a very Dard taws rewoving the bearing f row the shaft due to the constraint that re could not apply Deat to the shaft. Me then installed the net Dearing and pallor Dlock Dut the shaft tae not everting properly into the pallor block so re then had to grind the shaft and reasaewble the brush. Aeration tank •3 ras put back on line Sunday afternoon, January e, 1995 and no violations occurred. HEM/tD cc: FILE - B-MMTP CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACN CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: EMERGENCY REPLACEMENT OF BEARING AND ASSEMBLY ON AERATION TANK •3 AT BUCCANEER MASTEMATER TREATMENT PLANT ON NONDERNOOD ROAD ^,/ SUBMITTED BY. Harry E. McNally/Utility Plant DivialonM N~ Director I`' DATE: January 12, 1995 BACKGROUND: The brush and Dearinga on have been in operation since 1986. There rare old solid bearinga on the eheft end re needed a crane to lift the brush to rewove and install ner bearings. See deecriptlon on January 11, 1995 weworandun. The ner split bearing 1e wuch wore waintenance friendly to install. Should re need tc ' replace a bearing or asaeaDly in the future, re rill not need a crane to rewove end/or Snetall either of thew end woat of rock rill be perforwed in-house. RECOMMENDATION: Approval of paywent to Atlas Electric Motors. ATTACHMENTS: Invoice fro• Atlas Electric Motors Jaht 1507 f 39,391.20. REYIEYED RY CITY MANAGER: (~_ 7N/S Cy.~,j ~jq/ AGENDA ITEM NO. sap~(A.y f/7V47P0./ wv 7~q7 fNC Y,@~i~y!/7 f//.(S A~O~f FrrtGc>Ea eG ~I~+l 66APi./~.f fat 1.~ ,~jp,~ Platdss . ,(fp~'~ ni~SS~~da svE u~ c~ A c:G1.vE /vs u~tc , jvNQf ~QPE Af+q/(AScE /A/ /~laIM ~7-,53$'-yL00 wiT!! Re~x~!/ca tl~ .~'so, ssa . 01/13/1995 11:3x 96x6556881 JOFN WOODV (~!C POLL 02 w_ __ -~...~.- , -_ - .. JOHN WOODY 1 as eox eo2ie - ' 806 ! N V O I (,' E J ACKEOMYILLE, FL. 3223E 19011 7E9-2117 rCity of Atlantic ecach/Public Marks 1200 Sand Piper Lane Atlantic Beach, Florida 3:233 XPi'N: Ernie Beadl« DATE 1-12-95 IA.E JOt1 CItTOtIlE e YAMITY ai[Cflrtlpl _ I/IIIT TDTAL 7 L+A I Point Repairs 2365.0 16, 11 i. p®Sp~® V ~(~(~~ .l fl~~i ~ ~.~J:f l.. ;y:~.. •,.. . ILlN[ IAV IwOY TNN IIEVOIC[. MO tTwTlY[MT RILL t[ M4LlO VMLEft wlOVtlTf D. M[T lE OwvS. 11A I[t yDMM i[[V ICi t1Y110[ AR[II it W Yi No7c: T%>: ~s (-o w_ Ala c„JC ~c~oA,is .tr WW7P-f T~ OR/41wlwV IS aF,J 1- Mw~160 dVf W,l! ,J[T Qr NElJ1 TIf Teresa r. All AIL N+s IZEe+~ Cowµc~reA. ~$ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: ATLANTICYBEACHIMASTEMATERATREATMENTTPLANT £'18MITTED 8Y: Tim Tornsend/Utility Plant Division ~ N Director DATE: Sanuary 12, 1995 BACKGROUND: The 14• diaweter ductile iron air wain betreen the Malker Process Plant (il) and the Devco Plant (t2) et the AB MMTP sprung severe air leaks in several places. These air leaks caused severe Lose o£ air nestled £or the serer plant - treatwent process. The lose o£ air through the brittle wechenical Joint gaskets in the 14• diaweter ductile iron pipe that in used ae the air wain. Thin ras en ewergency situation that required prcwp[ action and only Woody Construction Cowpony tae available iwwedlately. Mocdy Construction Cowpony did seven point repairs on the air wain. The paint repairs consisted o£ digging dorn to the leaking joints, cutting the pipe, replacing the gasket, then re-coupling the pipe rith wechenical sleeve jointw. Split gaskets rare uned there prectlca 1. RECOMMENDATION: Peywent tc Moody Construction Cowpony o£ 916,415.00. Funds available £row 410-4101-535-4600 Repair end Mointenanee. ATTACHMENTS: Invoice £row/Moody Conatru/ct~i(Aan Cowpony. REYIEYED BY CITY MANAGER: ~ Z~QI~--- 7y/S Ci/~ AGENDA ITEM NO. ~ f~ wC7AY,P O~ ~//~ !/tt-.$ ~,B(/4Yf~J~ sw/~r^'~FJ Ai! /aP >~~~. B~-.ar~ ,~ xa.,,,~ .s ~'6a, y8fl CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SPECIAL CALLED MEBTING TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1995 AGENDA Call to order 1. Presentatlon o~ Proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach 2. Appointments to fill two seats on the Co®anity Development Board 3. Award contract to Custom Construction of the construction of a new concession building in Jeck Rueaell Park 4. Authorize payment of John Yloody, Inc., inwice No. 1806, Sn the amount of 516,415.00 for emergency repair work at Atlantic Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant 5. Authorize payment of Atlas Electric Motors invoice in the ampunt'of 59,391.20 for emergency work at Buccaneer Wastewater Treatment Plant 6. Any other business Adjournment CITY OF 1~llartic 6~eaek - ~lo:u(u January 13, 1995 tlW SENP'OLE R(HD ATLA\TIr BF.I['ll, i~LDWM JSLi5al5 TELFT'110~'E IWI12lFJB00 iAX 190112lFSIpS To: The Honorable Mayor S City Commissioners From: Maureen King, City Clerk Please find enclosed herewith your agenda for the Special Called meeting on Tuesday, January 17, 1995. The packet contains supporting documents for~only those items which were not included on the January 9 agenda. At this time we feel the schedule for the evening will be approximately as follows: 5:30 PM - Special Called Meeting (Estimate half hour) 6:00 PM - Dinner break 6:15 PM - Capital Improvement Workshop Also, please be advised of the following meetings which have been scheduled since you received your January calendar- The City Attorney has requested a brief shade meeting to discuss the Selva Linkside law suit. This has been scheduled for 7:00 PM on Monday, January 23, (prior to the next regularly scheduled commission meeting). The Fire Department has notified us that they are still at impasse on Articles il, 15, 16, 26, and 28 of their contract. An impasse hearing has been scheduled for 7:15 PM on Wednesday, January 25, 1995. Please check your calendars and let us know if you have any problems with the scheduling of either of these meetings. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SPECIAL CALLED FETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1995 AGENDA Call to order 1. Presentation of Proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach 2. Appointments to fill two seats on the Community Development Hoard 3. Award contract to Custom Constriction of the construction of a new concession building in Jack Russell Park 4. Authorize payment of John woody, inc., invoice No. 1806, in the amount of S16,415.00 for emergency repair work at Atlantic Beach wastewater Treatment Plant 5. Authorize payment of Atlas Electric Motors invoice in the amount:of S9,391.20 for emergency work at Buccaneer wastewater Treatment Plant 6. Any other business Adjournment ~It is my recommendation that we purchase four new police Vehicles from the Plorida State Contract which has been awarded to Garber , Chevrolet in Green Cove springs. The coat of the 1995 Chevrolet Captlce~ Base price (w/ 4.3 alter engine) S 15,676.00 Spot light mounted 95.00 Bucket front seats / Vinyi rent seat N!C TOTAL S 15,771.00 . BQUIPMSNT , L/S Supply L/B gquipment Gall's Light bar ~ 547.00 ~ 639.95 - 624.94 - SW300 Sw penal 79.00 - 79.00 79.99 BP100 Siren Speaker 175.00 188.60 179.99 350.25 314.99 -. Security sateen ~ ~ 316.00 128,00 gg•99 elect equip mount 100.00 1,217.00 1,386.80 1,299.99 Bstimate on Vehicle marking 300.00 TOTAL PBR CAR S 17.288.00 - (This price does not include a radar unit) _ ~ ~~~~ r::~=~: 9916. Roof mounted visual warning system PVWL-6. Installation ~;-' instructions to be provided by the purchaser. SEE •y SPECIFICATION PVWL-5. ORDER CODE OPT 9916, CODE-7 LIGHT BAR PRICE $880.00 (29) 9917. Vehicle anti-theft system. Factory or Sealer installed. Tremco Police Anti Theft Systems, Trem Products Company 94949944449944999499944949444444999994494999994494499444444994994494449994994' <-- Prev More --> VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Page=PREV Backup=PF Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ' STATECON ~ Capture Off ~ Prn Off ~ 0:03:. (617) 275-7692 or approved equivalent. 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BOX 16129 CITY, STATE, ZIP: JACKSONVILLE, FL 32245-6129 TELEPHONE: 904-725-7300 TOLL FREE NO.: 800-654-8426 ORDERING FAX NO.: 904-725-3059 Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev Page=PREY Backup=PF3 '~~~1~ menu, Alt-H help B STATECON ~ Capture Off ~ Prn Off ~ 0:02:05 ' Approximate delivery time required after receipt of order: 90-120 DAYS 44444449449494444444949444994994499944949444944444444449499494944949444949449949 <-- Prev More --> VTX Command> Hext Page=NEXT Prev Page=PREY Backup=PP3 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help 0 STATECON ~ Capture Off I Prn Off ~ 0:02:16 070-400-210 (36-4) MAKE JEEP CHEROKEE 4-DR 4X2 OPTION - 070-400-211 - option, Economy Utility Vehicle, 4 Door, 4x2, Spec. 36-4 OPTIONS: (i) 1001. O.E.N. alternative fuel conversion ready engine. To include all internal modifications required for aftermarket conversions for operation of natural gas. State engine manufacturer and model no. bid. MANUFACTURER: N/A MODEL No.: N/A ORDER CODE N/A PRICE N/A (2) 2001. 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BOX 16129 CITY, STATE, ZIP: JACKSONVILLE, FL X2245 TELEPHONE: 904-725-3050 TOLL FREE NO.: 800-654-8426 ----- <-- Prev VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev PageP=REVffBacku0 04F45 Alt-A menu, Alt-H help 0 STATECON ~ Capture Off Suite 220 CERTIPICATION OF CONTRACT TITLE: AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT TRUCKS CONTRACT NO.: 070-001-95-1 BID NO.: 18-070-001-P EFFECTIVE: November 23, 1994 through .November 14, 1995 CONTRACTOR(S): See Attached List SUPERSEDES: 070-001-94-1 ARISEUSSHALLNBE BROUGHTITOSTNERATTENTZON OF JIMDENRBLEY~KERWATC (904) 488-8367 SUNCOM 278-8367. A. AUTHORITY - Upon affirmative action taken by the State of Florida Department of Management Services on November 17, 1994, a contract has been executed between the State of Plorida and the designated 999944449444494499944494449994944444449499449494949999444444~4o4e494994499449999 VTX Command> Next Page=NEXT Prev PagePCn OffB~c 0 04P5~ Alt-A menu, Alt-H help ~ STATECON ~ Capture Off (vN~{c ~~~r ~eD 9o-~ao off. C I'f Y OF 1'~tLQatlG Jar.uarY ~. 1555 f~'ieae! - ~lmuda "II60CEAN BOULEVARD __ _. ____ P. O. BO%26 ATLAh'nC BEACH, rIARIDA 32233 ~~ TELEPHONE 190112{S-T3% FIRE DEPARTMENT TO: Y.im Leinbach, City Mana~-ge,1,~[r FROM: John Ruley, Fire Chief F.EF: Council Approval pf Fire/ Chief Vehicle As per your instruction I have prepared documentation for the purchase of a new fire chief car. This evaluation identified the intended use of the vehicle and based on that use, it is my recommendation that we purchase 1 Jeep Cherokee 4-Door 4x2. this vehicle is on the state bid and was awarded to Caruso Chrysler Plymouth Jeep, Jacksonville. The cost of this 1555 Jeep Cherokee: (w/4.0 liter enginel S 16.185.00 Estimated additional cost ; 300.00 S 16,485.OG The Fire Department budget has set aside ; 15.000.00 for this vehicle replacement. IFote the cost of all vehicles have gone up 308 since last year. Nith this increase we are over budget by about SI.SOO.DO 1 The base price of this vehicle is f 509.00 more than the base price of the police vehicles (1955 Chevrolet Capricei. There is additional money ir. the budget for a replacement of the Fare Marshal's vehicle, however it is our intent not [o replace that vehicle at this time and make do with an existing city vehicles. P.e spectfully submitted CITY OF 1~ila~rtie '~' ael - ~lett~la ~euulu#ion No. 95-3 WHEREAS, Oliver Ball passed from this life on Friday, January 6, 1995, and WHEREAS, Oliver 9a11 served the City of Atlantic Beach as City Attorney from September 1967 to April 1982; and WHEREAS, Oliver Ball, during his service to the City of Atlantic Beach, exhibited dedication, and professionalism to protect the interests of the city; and WHEREAS, Oliver Ball was highly respected and will be fondly remembered by all who knew him. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, that the City Commission hereby expresses sincere appreciation for the life and service of Oliver Ball, and extends its most sincere sympathy to the family of Mr. Ball. ADOPTED BY THE CITY COIM7I SSION of the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida, this 9th day of January 1995. Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steven M. Rosenbloom, Commissioner Suzanne Shaughnessy, Co~mnissioner J. Dezmond Waters, III, Commissioner Robert G. Weiss, Commissioner Page 2 AGENDA January 9, 1995 b. Introduction and first reading of Ordinance No. 25-95-26 amending Chapter 6 of the City code to adopt the 1993 National electrical Code 7. Hew Business: a. Appointments to fill two seats on Community Development Board (Expired 12-31-94), two seats on Pension Board of Trustees (Expired 12/31/94) and two seats on Tree Conservation Board (Current terms expire 1/31/95) b. Approve purchase of four new Chevrolet police patrol cars at State Contract price c. Approve purchase of new Ford F-150 pickup truck at State Contract price, for the Public Works Department d. Accept the proposal of Ponte Vedra National Bank for financing the Lease Purchase of vehicles and equipment e. Discussion of proposed amendments to utility ordinance f. Authorize execution of Community Development Block Grant contract for FY 1994/95 * g. Approve purchase of 1995 Jeep Cherokee at State Contract price, for the Fire Chief * h. Approve ratification of contract between the City and Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge No. 107 8. City Manager Reports and/or Correspondence: a. Discussion relative to fence on city right-of-way at 1E50 Ocean Grove Drive 9. Reports and/or requests from City Cos~issioners, City Attorney and City Clerk: Adjournment If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at any meeting, such person may need a record of the proceedings, and, for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Any person who wishes to speak to the City Commission on any matter at this meeting should submit a request to the City Clerk prior to the meeting. Forms are available at the entrance to the Commission Chambers for your convenience. * Amended to add agenda items Sc, 7g and 7h ATLANTIC HEACH CITY COMMISSION JANUARY 9, 1995 AGENDA Call to Order Invocation and pledge to the flag 1. Approval of the minutes of the Regular meeting of December 12, and Special Called Meeting of December 19, 1994 2. Recognition of Visitors a. Presentation of Proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach b. Introduction of new employees ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE HY THE CITY COMMISSION AND WILL BE ENACTED BY ONE MOTION IN THE FORM LISTED HF.LOW. TNERE WILL BE NO SEPARATE DISCUSSION OF THESE ITEMS. IF DISCUSSION IS DESIRED, THAT ITEM WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND WILL BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION AND STAFF RECOtMV:NDATIONS HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY SUBMZTTEU TO THE CITY COMMISSION ON THESE ITEMS. 3. Consent Agenda: a. Acknowledge receipt of Code Enforcement activity report for the month of December b_ Acknowledge receipt of Building Department activity report for the month of December c. Acknowledge receipt of Adele Grage Community Center usage report for the month of December d. Acknowledge receipt of monthly financial report for the period ending November 30, 1994 4. Cos:ittee/Board Reports: a. Report from Recreation Advisory Board 5. Action of Resolutions: a. Adoption of Resolution 1195-1 recognizing GATX Logistics, Inc. for their contribution of materials, time and talent in the construction of a Habitat home b. Adoption of Resolution 895-2 authorizing various budget adjustments * c. Adoption of Resolution No. 95-3 in memory of Oliver Ball 6. Action of Ordinances: a. Public Hearing and final reading of Ordinance No. 55-94- 28 rewriting Chapter 16 of the City Code to provide for a franchise for the collection of solid waste in Atlantic Beach CITY OF retie btaele - ~(auda ~'_ w samvaE.wn wnwlYnC eFwCH, n.oam~ JInDd~e iH.FItlONE If M) ZRmM FAX pNl NFSw3 January 6, 1995 To: The Honorable Mayor 6 City Commissioners From: Maureen King, Clty Clerk Please find enclosed herewith a revised copy of the agenda Eor Monday night which was amended to add items 5c, 7g, and 7h. We have also enclosed herewith a copy of the Community Development Hlock Grant contract which was not available yesterday when agenda packets were sent out. (7f on the agenda) If you have any questions about any of these matters, please let us know. cirr of aruwnc sEncH INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 7 StYWiTOF REVEMIE3 AID IXPEIDIRIRE3 SIDOET ACTUAL ACIVAL BIOGET ?3><El113PED ]NONTN]FlD 188bW pt vcucc /9W-85 198495 OECEAIBERW OFF6AENCE Oirpas b3wYS T/3.821 _t 151 ]08.76] T)3.666 DIb75) TOTAL REVE1M68 )1]@1 1.217.151 ]66.18] 277.866 O/F)51 FYOiHYM1 OG¢ aY Marpnt 111,935 25/,T]6 6J.661 61.112 14 FY~rin6A~ntlip J65.562 M2,/15 710.48 100,171 to,o95 PiOfc V/vln Abmktrmm 159,]67 ]zo,m1 m.axT rz1W T.n1 FM11 176.611 216.J08 51,071 37.78] 16.]N TOTAL FXVEIDITUf1ES )i]ffi1 1Sl7.157 ]8!.]87 27]1M 71X75 QIIIQR ~IM~TON~ P1bI61581Yi~ . 821.366 6OX82 216.986 1T/,M2 69.921 av.rF9 F~avs 62,1%p znpe9 w.ITZ t7126T B75.e1s~ u96raa.r T.os1 w,7ao a2.92s 12159 1o.se9 TOTAL 77].827 77]]A51 766.783 277.6M ]1.675 _]_ . ~. _.~. ...._ _ .,.m. ....._..u...._ .....,.4. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH STORMWATEN DRAINAGE FUND Cp6lEU SIMMARY OF REVENIlE3 AND E%PE7a)ITIA2~3 9l1LGET ACTIYL AOTILLL &IOOET 1sx ELASI'ED ~ NONTHS EM tw1-w t991A5 +991A5 oECENBFRa OFFERENOE_ 9c9crsc glomyNlpyFw ZLT.773 5 i8B 2A.000 ''~ 55.000 !350 51.511 (489) YIIY4Y FrNn91 TOTAL OPEMTNG REVENUES . 4]8,521 715,000 58350 55.55! lw1) atBr r4.r Emnbmul roTALREVENUEs Sbmur161Ai944 TOTAL ~. REVE1A/E3 OVER MroEW FXPENORURES RF C(T Il l OC~TIOM' ~ ~' OprOq F>mw+44 C4pM110tAry D161 Sulu Tuu40 TOTAL 62.651 1568! _~ 18.991 278321 181ffi4 71811 !18214 489 7B 781 3u 751 78.869 45211 77482 ?0.7N 711_751_ TI.BEB 45321. b.~ 29.761 191.751 48.6BD 45711 3,181 719.009 79.000 ]9A00 -6- CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH l3ANRATION FUND CdB11ED suw,urtr a ra~wlES A!O FJ1vFJ euoosr ACiVAL ACTWIL BUOOET 4ss FlAavED 511011TH FlO ta62m 1oe1~ texas oc1>EA1e[aw OFFEREIlLE onlewee p~yro GInB 16.857 18,1 QBreee18r1bw /.163.178 1,115.000 781150 281,611 B!1 YiYfM FinBpe 1216! 10900 2500 1.008 1508 TOTAL OPEMTINO NEVEN1Ea 1.175,615 1.136.000 783.750 7041118 2118 Rbrvlc Efoedewl~ 11111 2810 11111 e.1sa TOTAL PEVF.7ABE3 11MB15 11M T71 488]88 ]11987 10917 caocwmv~. a~f8f8w 811.870 1.07].$M 76e.IR a'"l. O.t® 10]13 TOTAL El(PEIORONE] 811910 1911928 1He-184 '40188 5851] PIf8011tl SMYIfY N4966 M1,T60 110,N8 83}76 ]6,868 OpwagE~wes Z/O,Ie6 188.178 171,]85 t21,5W 3185 Op911OWT 17.50(1 3.175 ],175 0101 gryb 21,161 5.111 6.111 Tm1W1 1p1.1p 100.000 25.000 25.080_ TOTAL 811910 1G/]97B 798.b2 58.1® ]8]13 -5- GTY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SEVYER UTILRY FUND COBBlEU Sl1NMl' aF FEVEtIIES AND EJ(PElOD11RE3 BUOCET ACTUAL AC71LLL BiIDCfT ax EIA30E0 3 N011T714 END 1992-03 iW495 1991-03 OECFJ.83ERW O6TERENCE s...saNO.9w x16196 e26.nz +x01.617 .09..12 1 1s7.991 216 e1s s7.168 a+91 1w s6a6r sane. Velum C6ap6 1,On,OB9 w0 as] tA78.S7] n1 o2o 3L1,13 sos a , n.aD , (1.W57 S...rDm.~tn.w 6 A . , 50,000 . 12500 39,619 2],918 Sww 66w1fa1 C.p611Fd1',r AequllCenGW961 160.BDB 239AOD 56,.50 29,ero a 9n Re.5601 6n 17 ~6rw Enaly 191.397 u.a00 n~s0 . . TOTAL JOERATNO REVEMIES a.tss 2.Q1,1653 9.021.aD1 755$St norm (21,5131 FYb] Vat FAOeNflr6s Dail Pmu66 TOTAL REVENUES c><0c.e11n ac AtlaCe B~f31 Ruerawa19016 N68wr AeniYltraM aN Non -Olrulonu TOTAL E>mE18)RURES REVF38EE OVER A9nEW EX0FJ11fR9iES ~~ P116a1a 9A1rbr 01084 Ou068 O~bl S..e. TunM TOTAL S{9p6 132.9 ~~' (111971611 1An.651 1119161 2121AL5 TS50ffiI 118]181 7e]]28 (11m eu11 1 850 818 1,72D.105 1 18176 288.1]0 877.116 , , e19 ss1 1,815.m9 Im.m 1n.feB 286.567 . ]86.191 973.790 _ 213318 222.935 21015 2J87118 71113e1 1129388 518188 19x1 Tat IOIp56 Ql,691 106,9]1 102,610 60]253 1.1%.189 299.792 28813 9'aN 662 139 5.068.731 12x1.181 21.010 1251.iM , 22].BM IBS,le9 101 M7 86.181 15.866 SBB 360 2m.Om 50.000 _~. 2®T~]I 117381 t~>A6 Sb 88. 1'1e6 )Q -4- CITY OF ATUWTIC BEACH WATER UTILITY FUND CONB6E0 SUWARY OF REVENUES AND E1IPFJOI7URE3 BlAOET ACTUAL ACTUAL SUDOET TSt ElA3PED ] NONRL4 ENO 1992]] 1pW-95 /99fY5 OECf81BF$W OFFEAENCJ: n~M ~¢ ~„6„w+, 139.ae1 s11.19s 1B9 tmsre z1o m n1,w 135 888 12]31 (51.631) EYO.~wr 6.511 11 171 M1, 000 m . 7.000 . 5,571 11,®7 WM67CV-„Fw CI . 14011 . 15,OOD ].150 9.161 S.H1 SMyIy NI~ yp 152510 80,000 15.W0 51.161 ]6.161 ~ W~ Wr17 CoM1729n Qri9r BS.m]1 9B.T21 -N.BBO 8.9m 010 (15.755) 199) BAW9~P19w~ot 6N91m911 3r 1.000 1,000 z1.rn z1.7z1 AuAmnN6 w~C~e6V8~aw1nn8 5],550 80,766 15,197 1,115 106 8 n.ez21 760 1 YIrW E81116N 56.111 10.500 26m . 150 . 150 6 W 5 ~ u rras TOTAL OPERA7680 REVENUES 1.169.161 1.832T1t 108.163 136.170 10.556 VA07 Yar Enwnb~~Y.w ip,116 1770 19.116 ~~ 0~1 NaoMd• __ _ t111~~100 351276 TOTAL REVEM7ES FYGF~fY71 YCQ fAW.NT 7.p86.91p 76'7197 {57255 1]09]601 6 •6 d a1 p3p 1,017113 m1A18 110,751 151,]85 ~ AW1 F 1 9uoo.w ~d 018 Hr4a , ]51.868 1,119.@9 1o1 7m m7,101 1e1ST6 B/A16 lee Om ??3391 n3w1 Ad+inYYe6o9 n0NOn-DNNinvl m139 . TOTAL E1~EMlIR1RE3 1221.fY _ 7pL3.001 7]0.751 ]H296 ]Ip IS3 vicerv cts V 1 MAT10N' P~18o1W ]~1V1CM Yl-.182 ]61,186 W.3Tt mt 178 81.000 991 151 6.371 N 181 311,W5 610 163 601.112 1,]BD185 317.511 . A.SH , 3N,080 C696V (116q p~8l yyly . 92961 166.521 11,6]0 38.]88 1.871 T161u1Ne 2M M1 100.090 50.000 50.090 TOTAL 1ffifA56 ]ffi]20/ TlO.i51 ]81996 ]8941' -3- General Fund Revenues 3 Months Ended December 31, 1994 (1 4%) Charges (or Serves (21 4%) Intergovernmental Revenues (12 9%) Inteduntl T 1.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues (6.0%) Lkenses arW Permits (7.4%) Fines and Fodedures General Fund Expenditures) ~ 3 tAOnths Ended December 37, 1994 (2 9°ie) Legal (30.9%) Police InteduM Translers LIQg~y~~lr;~~v~.(7;.~.r~d. 7.e°~~~ e~ (ut.3%) Heaulrt~cation (t 4%) Planning antl Zr 2%) Seeels and Roatls (135%)fee (12Y.)Buildmg (7 3%)~tl~1~E~lft~°c[A~:~vernment (56.8%) Tares CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH COMBINED SUMMARY OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND eu13GEr ACTUAL ACTUAL BUDGET 25%ELAPSED 7 A/OHiF(S END 1992-93 1991-95 189485 DECEMBER W pFFERENCE REVENUES Tares 2,121,19+ 2,636,500 659,+35 318,667 (110,168) LirafaecaM PemOfs +31,110 tfi1,500 11,125 18,+81 7,056 Y9egovarlvnefeal Revenrea 1,099,820 1,205,855 307,161 206,61! (91,850) CTrgee for Servkm 38113 56,010 11,071 13,873 (138) FnN Srltl Fateiksas 92,813 66,000 16,500 13.261 (3139) AfaceBarfeofw Reveries 06.788 31.500 8,625 8.806 1,181 k+erhad rrmier. 1.o+em soo.ooa 1zs.ooo 1u.aoo TOTAL OPERATING REVENUES 1,593.+5+ {,683,139 +,765,860 865,102 (200,158) Prior Vxs Eramdarrea 30.739 7,697 30.788 23.087 Oebl Proceeds 769.199 _7 ,50000 37500 (77.5001 TOTAL REVENUES 1.782.830 1.811Y27 1111.057 988.1110 (211.887) EXPENDITURES Oily Adm'vistra8on - 107,901 117.883 36,972 10,789 {3,217) &iICmB. Plxerlg acid Zoning 152.085 211,913 53,728 18,751 5,571 City Clark 89,105 731.512 33,128 23,883 9,135 Caenerd GvvamKnl 100,097 2+3570 57,393 71,53] (21,115) Pdice 7,35+,081 7,887,026 127,757 380,150 17,287 Fie 703,589 906,932 226,733 186./80 60$53 SYee6f ad Roavle 538,690 671,563 768,61) 138,033 30.608 Baaukirakm 21$37 19,121 12,287 3,758 6,SZ1 Perks avd ReaeaBm 80.960 777.993 13.500 20,770 23.130 Non-Depavnenfal 109,331 613.701 760,925 332,0+2 (171,087) kderral ServieFWS 713.621 TOTAL EXPENDRURES REVENUES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDRURES 183.650 (2311881 (231 X987 RESOURCE ALLOCATION: PerarW Srvw:es 2.116,692 2.650,263 662.566 599,675 62,691 Opaakrq Fxpertsas 751,519 1,2.613 322,103 290,698 31,705 CaPiial OuOay 2N.607 260,650 65,163 6.101 57,062 Trancias 109.331 617.701 160.925 372,012 (171,087) Infernal Service Futls 713.621 TOTAL 0.569.000 X811127 7211.037 1130.686 179.828) -1- CITY OF 1 tie Seaek - ~feuda ~ t.+. _.- - - - --- MEMORANDUM Date: To: From: Subject: January 18, 1995 Kim Leinbach, City Manager mo srunul.e In uu A La~TIC et_al IL t1AkIW !--!! -4i5 l FLEfl1UAt. i4pli S-!~ NX iveii SYJdaUS Ann Meuse, Finance Director Statements of Revenues and Ezpenditures - 3 Months Ended December 31, 1994 Attached are the Statement of Revenues and Ezpenditures with comparison to butlpet for the three months ended December 31, 1994 for the following funds: • General Fund Page 1 • Water Fund Pape 2 • Sewer fund Page 4 • Sanitation Fund Page 5 • Stormwater Fund Page 6 • Internal Service Funds Page 7 Also attached is a detailed budget report for the three months entled December 31, 1994 for all departments, divisions and Funds. The deficit in General Funds Revenues as compared to budget is due to property [axes which will be collected in subsepuent months and the December check for the 1 /2 cents sales lax 1lntergovernmental Revenuesl which was received and recorded on January 3. 1995. The monthly Statements of Revenues and Expenditures are prepared on a cash basis so as to be comparable to the Budget which is also on a cash basis. The December 1;2 cents sales tax wi!I be reflected in the over budgett s due tot ee[ ansferao (funds t0'thre Caprtal¢ProjectGFUnd for the purchDase ofmhnetal Tresca Property. Please call me if Vou have anV tluestions or need anV additional information while reviewing Y.e monthly financial reports. ~' .~: a 6 s ~aG ~~ 6e ~~~ ~a 5^~ le~~~ ~a 0 28L~ c5 ~~ ~~ ~~~~ ~a L$E~ @g ~~~~ 9~~ ~~~~ ~_~ ~ €jR ~ ~ ~~?~~$~~ A~~ ~e~~~ 9 e= ~ a ~ ~! ~ e~ 6~ a ! ~~ ~~ ~~~ e ~ e ~ ~_ ~~ ~~ ~~~ ~~~ #e ~$ g ~ ~e ~ 1~ ~i / ~. :. ~. o- W O ~" 9 a F ~ m ~~ ~ ~ egg B; ~ `g® ~y / E e ~#[ @ ~ ~ag t! ~ 9i g~g sad! a ~"~ " is 6p ~+~~~ ~y ~ ~~i~ ~ ~~~ ~~ s~a~ ~ ~ ~ a 9~ ~ ~!e - ~~ e~ ~~ s~ e ~a~Q 6~ G~~ ~~ ~~ gg G E ^ ~~ ~ ~G1~ v ~'e~ ~~ EE e a ~ _ 5~ ~G i leW Q! Y ~#t~n ~ e~$ ~~ a~ ge E6~~ a ~lpp~ ~`~ si~_ G ~8~~ 4 ~~R ~W ~irh ~~ R~.~ X i= ~C a gggg ~~ ~f~ is e ~~ ~[~ ~ V • 1 ~{ 8 s n I ..~,.. Page Three Minutes - Commission Workshop December 19, 1994 In response to a question from Commissioner Shaughnessy, the City Attorney advised the city code provided no means to grant either an ezception or variance in this instance. Ne oleo pointed out that in recent years the city Rad had a parking committee working to identify additional parking spaces along city right-of-way and he felt this would lead to many problems in the future and strongly advised against alloying the fence to remain. Commissioner Waters felt the fence was an improvement to the neighborhood and felt it should be allowed to remain. Commissioner Weiss felt that in addition to being a violation of city codes, the fence created a safety hazard and he was opposed to allowing it to remain. in other business, the matter of charitable donations wee further discussed and it was felt that the ordinance should be reviewed with a view to providing a means to make inter-governmental donations. The Mayor indicated the report on the Fire Department impasse had been received from the Special Master. Jim Jarboe indicated that if both parties accepted the report, then the impasse would be settled but if both parties did not accept the report the impasse would remain. He indicated he had heard nothing from the Fire Department in response to the rpport. There being no further business t0 come before the Commisaiw, the Mayor declared the meeting adjourned. Maureen King City Clerk Page Two Minutes - Commission Workshop December 19. 1994 recommended replacing the catwalks with a non-corrosive material, and indicated there were several such projects on the market. Discussion ensued regarding the procedure used by the City Commission to determine the projects to be undertaken and Commissioner Rosenbloom felt the commission needed to rely more on staff. He felt they had the expertise and practical experience to determine which projects should receive the highest priorities. Commissioner Weiss agreed and indicated that while he had found staff to be honest In the past, he mould continue to demand honesty, and he would not be concerned with them recommending projects based on their own self interest. He felt staff should make the recommendations and the City Commission should set policy. Commissioner Waters felt the City Commission was elected to be responsible and it was his opinion that the ultimate responsibility rested with the City Commission rather than with staff. Commissioner Shaughnessy indicated that while she had a lot of faith 1n staff, she agreed with Commissioner Waters that the City Commission was ultimately responsible. Mayor Fletcher expressed confidence in city staff but felt their recommendations should be closely examined. A lengthy discussion ensued regarding the proposed plans to hire a financial advisor and the question arose as to whether the city should identify the projects to be undertaken and then seek the assistance of a financial advisor to identify the best method of paying for those projects, or whether the financial advisor should be engaged first to recommend the level of debt the city could comfortably handle, and then tailor the projects to fit within that scope. Following further discussion Ann Meuse was directed to engage someone, for a fee, to advise relative to the amount of money the city could likely borrow. An additional workshop was scheduled for January 17, 1995 to discuss the capital improvement projects further and it was agreed to invite this individual to report to the City Commission at that time. It was agreed the fee for this service would be within the scope of expenditure already approved for the City Manager. 3. piscussfon relative to a fence located on a city richt-of-wav at the southwest quadrant of 18th Street and Oceaa Boulevard The Mayor referred to a letter fry Dan and Karen Arlington requesting permission to allow their fence to remain at its current location. Uon Ford reported that the fence was on city property and had been constructed without a permit. He indicated he had spoken with Mr. Arlington several times and had advised him that the fence was in violation of city codes and he had requested that the fence be removed. Nayor Lyman Fletcher November 30, 1994 Page 3 subsequent owners of the property would need to renew the agreement to continua the fence. We would appreciate it it you would take whatever steps may be necessary for these proposals to be submitted the City Coaission. we shall, of course, be glad to provide any information or materials that might facilitate Yba Co~lssion'e consideration. Very truly yours, Karen Arlington Dan Arlington (904) 247-0399 cc: City Ca®iesioners City lfanager City Attorney Hayor Lyman Pletcher November 30, 1994 Page 2 City for anything, and probably never xill be. The right-of-vay simply lies there. Zf not tended by the adjacent property oyner, it will bean ongoing eyesore. We therefore ran our fence across the rightrof-vay to within approximately two feet of the parking lot and continued it along Ocean Grove, rather than leaving the rightrofway as a derelict strip between the fence and the paved areas. This vas done solely for protective reasons, not to appropriate City property. The people living in the area have been enthusiastically complimentary about the fence. A number of residents have unsolicitedly told us hoar much the fencing improved things. The only complaint has been from a person who lives in an altogether different part of Atlantic Heath. our understanding is that it was this complaint which brought about the notice to remove the fence. The considerations applicable to this corner are probably unlike any other in the City. No where else is a parcel impacted by a parking lot and right-of-vay the way this one is. Something definitely must be done to keep this private property from being degraded by the adjacent City property. - We propose that the fence be alloyed to remain and that ve simply deed it to the City. The rightrof-vay would continue to be the City's, and there would be no interference with the City's access to it or use of it. So long as the fence remains, the property owner would be responsible for maintenance of the fence and the right-of-way without any expense to the City. Alternatively, ve propose that the City rent the rightrof-vay strip to the property owner for a reasonable monthly or annual rental. We would agree to a tenancy at will, with the understanding that the City could terminate the rental agreement at any time, and could have full and complete access to tha strip in its discretion during the rental. Again, the property owner would be responsible for all maintenance of the strip and fence without cost to the City during the rental period. We believe that what ve are proposing will be a benefit to everyone involved. Dormant property will be made productive. The appearance of the intersection will be immeasurably enhanced, An eyesore will have been eliminated. The City will have been relieved from responsibility for rectifying the detrimental impact of its property upon the other property in the area. We would expect to sign a written agreement providing for all of the above and agreeing that neither of our proposals would in any vay impugn the City's ownership of the right-of-way. Any November 30, 1994 Nayor Lyman Pletcher c/o Atlantic Beach City Sall Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 Dear Mayor Pletcher: we are writing about the oral notice we have received to remove the fence ve erected at the southwest quadrant of 18th Street and Ocean Grove. We have been advised that the Pence must be dismantled because it is on a City rightrofway. This would in our view be bad for everyone, including the City. Por 30 or more years before ve bought the property in question, it had been a drag on the surrounding neighborhood. The dwelling on the property vas a large unsightly, badly neglected hulk of a building, which probably-had been for years at the margin of condeanability. The property ie adjoined by the public parking lot generally known as Access 1, and people using the parking lot treated the property as part of the parking area. The residents oP the area grumbled for years about the state of it. After annexation into Atlantic Beach, there vas talk off and on about trying to get the City to do something about it. We bought the corner two years ago. Since then, ve have expended a great deal of tine, elfort, and money on it. We have completely renovated the duelling and its outbuilding. Me have also landscaped the grounds. The corner nw enhances the neighborhood, instead of~depreciatinq it.~ Por anyone to live reasonably in the renovated house, there needs to be a fence between the house and the parking area. otherwise, as experience has proved, people using the parking area will try to park in the yard, dump trash in it, cut across it, urinate in it, and generally behave inconsistently with reasonable enjoyment of the property. That is why ve built our fence. The problem is that part of the fence is on a 10 or 15 foot City right-of-way between the property line and the paved areas. This is a dormant right-ofway which has never been used by the Staff recommends the immediate removal of the fence. If it is the desire of the City Commission to take action to protect the Right-of-Way, we suggest that some form of landscaping be considered. Landscaping materials which do not create a hazard or a liability problem, and which will allow easy access by the city if future utility improvements become necessary, would certainly also fulfill Mr. grlingtons desire to protect his property and to beautify the corner. gTTgCHMENTS: ^ R REVIEWED BV CITY MANAGER_~~i7N ~( / ~~~// AGENDA ITEM NO._ CI"!V OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: Discussion and action on fence in Right-of-Way SUBMITTED BV: George Worley, Community Development Director ` % )~ DATE: January 3, 1995 (J BACKGROUND: Mr. Arlington, owner of 18500cean Grove Drive has constructed a fence on the Right-ef-Way of both 18th Street and O rean Grove Drive. His expressed intention i5 to protect a "dormant" strip of City Rioht-of-Way from beach goers parking along 18th Street. Mr. Arlington did not obtain or attempt to obtair, the required permits far the fence. He now proposes to enter into an ayreemer,t to use or rent the Right-of-Way from the City and to 6e responsible for its maintenance. RECOMMENDATION: In Staffs opir,i or, several issues are in question here, includir,y the future use of the Right-ot-Way, liability and the violatior, of City permitting requirements. Right-of-Ways are, 6y their very nature, reservations of lantl for potential use. Installation or expansior, of utilities, widening of roadways, ono the construction of off street pa rkir,y are all ordinary uses of Right-of-Ways. Being "dormant" in no way negates its importance. Right-of-Ways also provide a buffer between the private property owner and the negative effects of v¢hicular traffic. Noise, fumes ar,d the dangerous proximity o4 moving automobiles are all separated from the ordinary uses of private property by the Right-of-Way. This buffering works both ways in that solid ono unyieloing structures such as poles ar,d walls, and fences, are placed as far as practical from the roadway so that a vehicle inadvertently leaving the roadway has time to stop or recover control. The issue of liability is also important. Any structure knowingly permitted or, public property will ch causes or contri 6utes to an iniury will inevitably bring up the issue of lrability. q le golly bindi r,g waiver of liability, as a part of ar,y use agreement, is likely to be difficult to create. The last issue is Mr. Arlin gtons admittetl, willful, violation of Atlantic beach permitting requirements. Mr. Q //~~ Arlir,y ton knew that we would refuse a permit to place the fen c¢ S/-7 or, Right-of-Way, so he did not apply. Th¢ house is for sale and the fence potentially imprpves the value of the house as well as protectir,y the property. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEET IfJG STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: CDBG Contract 1994/1995 SUBMITTED BY: George Worley, Community Development Director ~ycr~ DATE: January 5, 1995 BACY.GROUND: The propossd contract for the 1994/3995 budget year block Grant Program was unavailable at the time of the Agenda Packet preparation. A copy of this contract will be delivered to you separately. The revisions to the contract were generated by a committee made up of the City Manager, Sharette Simpkins, of the DCDC, Scott Hylton, of Ja cksor~ville HUD, and myself. The revision has been reviewed by Jacksonville HUD and found acceptable. A copy has also been forwartled to the DCDC for a final review, and a representative will be in attendance et the Commission Meeting Monday night. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of the revised contract. REVIEWED BV CITY MANAGER /~~~___~~ J~ ' AGENDA ITEM NO.~ L'_ _ _.~ .. :r.'.re:-..~9i~rJ~~:;: ~Hk~".•.rs.t!~.~~s1iu. Sec. 22-174. Delinquent bills. If any bill for monthly sever, eater or garbage service shall remain due and unpaid on and after S:OOpm on the fifteenth day from the billing date, dated on the bill. a penalty of lOb of the amount due shall be imposed and added to the bill. If the bill remains unpaid for a period of five (5) additional days, then all services shall be discontinued and shall not be reconnected until all past due charges have been fully paid together with a reconnect charge of fifteen dollars (15.00). If, after discontinuation of services, the bill remains unpaid, the city may acquire a lien on the property being serviced which may be foreclosed within thirty (30) days by the city unless the bill and the Denalties thereon are paid and the lien satisfied. SECTION 4. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance is held to be invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, then said holding shall in no way affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. SECTION 5. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its final passage and adoption. PASSED by the City Commission on first reading this day of 1995. PASSED by the City Commission on second and final reading this day of 1995. ATTEST: MAUREEN KING LYHAN T. FLETCHER City Clerk Nayor, Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: ALAN C. JENSEN, ESQUIRE City Attorney 10 .:~ Residences, per unit ................$1,250.00 Commercial: Office buildings, per 100 square feet...... $ 90.00 Groceries, per 100 square feet ............. 20.00 Retail shops, per restroom ................. 1,260.00 Theaters, Der seat ......................... 16.00 Restaurants, per seat ...................... 160.00 Service stations, per restroom ............. 3,150.00 Car wash, self-service, per stall.......... 1,550.00 Car wash, roll-over ........................ 11,850.00 Car wash tunnel ............................ 17,750.00 Beauty shops/barber shops, per chair....... 630.00 Laundromats, per machine ................... 790.00 Hotels/motels, per restroom ................ 475.00 Sec. 22-171. Payment of connection fees and impact fees. Payment of connection fees shall be due and payable prior to the issuance of a building permit. For new and existing buildings or structures, the City Manager may alloy payment of fees on an extended payment plan for up to fifteen f15) years if the owner has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the City Manager that the lump sum payment will constitute a hardship to the applicant. A lien for the amount due shall be executed in recordable form reflecting the payment schedule. Upon all payments being made in full, a release of lien shall be recorded. Sec. 22-172. Disposition of impact fees. All revenues collected Dy the city through sever impact fees shall be held in a special account to be known as the Wastewater System Capital Improvement Account. The money deposited and held in said account and all interests accrued thereto shall be used only for the improvement, expansion, and/or replacement of the wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal system of the city. Sec. 22-173. Billing. The sever charges prescribed by this division shall be on the same bill for city eater charges and garbage collection charges, but each charge shall be shown as a separate item on the bill. No user so charged for eater, sewer, and garbage services may pay either of the charges without simultaneously paying the charges for the other. Bills for sever charges where eater and/or garbage service is furnished other than through the city shall be computed as provided in section 22-167 and rendered at the same time as city water bills. Sec. 22-167_ Schedule of wastewater volume charges. (a) There is hereby established a uniform volume charge per one thousand (1,000) gallons of water as follows: (1) Single-family residential and single-family individu-l- metered mobile homes $2.46 per 1,000 gallons of actual residential water consumption in excess of 9,000 gallons per quarter up to a maximum of 50;088 40,000 gallons per quarter. (2I Restaurants, laundries and all other classifications $2.96 per 1,000 gallons of actual water consumption in excess of 9,000 gallons per quarter,- mn}tgp}ied-br-the-fac-tor QSheDl4sAed-gin 88-}66-{e};-per-emit-bi}}ed. 43}--zkl-t -ether-cYassificetionr $2; ¢b-per-i;000--cJatlo~ra-ef eelna}-water-eenanmpt:en-im excess ~-g,-0pp yatlpna-per -geerler ; mn}tip}gad-{n•-the--factor-eateE3iahed--i~r-4866-1a};-.pei--nnit bi}}ed. (b) The rates applicable to customers outside of the city shall be one and one-quarter (1.25) times the rates above. The effective rates will be amended for all billings, beginning January 1 of each year in accordance with the schedule in Appendix 8. Sec. 22-168. Review and changes of rates. The uniform rates and charges established by this division may be reviewed annually, or as directed by the City Commission, and any change of rates and charges shall be established by ordinance of the City Commission after due public notification. Any rates and charges established as provided in this division shall be binding with the same force and effect as if incorporated in this section. Sec. 22-169. Connection fees. Charges for providing and approving connections to the sever system with installation performed by the city are as follows and shall be in addition to impact fees. All units ....................Cost for labor and materials as provided in section 2-368 of the city coda. Sec. 22-170. Sever impact fees. The fee for providing facilities for new connections and capacity increases for growth shall be as follows: B Travel trailers .................. 0.60 x $8.36 per unit Hotel/motel ...................... 0.50 x $8.36 per unit with kitchen .................. 0.60 x $8.36 per unit Master-metered commercial .............. 58.36 per unit Restaurants laundries, and car $8.36 x ERU factor wash connections........... All other commercial customers......... $8.36 x ERU factor Where ERU factor for the commercial classification is based upon meter size as follows: Meter Size ERU Factor (in inches) 5/8 x 3/4 ........ ...........1.00 1 ................ ...........1.28 ........ 1-1/z ...........a.oe .... ......... z ...........a.Be ....... ....... 3 ...........5.60 ......... 4 ................ ..........10.00 6 ................ ..........20.00 (b) The rates applicable to customers outside of t7e city shall be one and one quarter (1.25) times the rates above. Ic) A Monthly base surcharge for a revenue generation system as required by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency and the State Department of Environmental Regulation is as follows: A surcharge of one dollar and eighty-four cents (51.84) per equivalent residential unit shall be levied upon each connection except in the Buccaneer Water and Sever District in accordance with the following: Usage Classification ERU Factor Single-family residential and single-f asily individual-metered mobile homes.... 1.00 Der account Multifamily residential ................. 0.75 per unit Master-metered mobile homes ............. 0.75 Der unit Travel trailer site ..................... 0.60 per site ........................ l/motel t 0.50 per unit ..... Mo e with kitchen ....................... 0.60 per unit Master-metered commercial, ^ore than one unit on one meter............ 1.00 per unit .. .. 1.89 $ x ERU Factor Commercial ................. ...... nts laundries, and car wash Restaura , connections........•-•••••" " ~as provided inE(a)Fabove permit from the City Commission there shall be no connection with any other source of water except in case a storage tank or fire pump is installed as a secondary supply for such fire protection purposes. Sec. 62-29. Due dates and late fees. Bills for minimum and excess water will be rendered at regular intervals, but the rendering of bills is not an obligation on the part of the city, and failure of the consumer to receive the bill shall nct release or diminish the obligation of the consumer with respect to payment thereof, or relieve the consumer of any obligation under this chapter. The bills for service shall be due and payable on the date of billing and shall become delinquent fifteen (15) days thereafter. A- inte-f ee-e4-the-greeter- ef- i :34 of-tire-~emxtt-dtit or-fire de33er a - f 95: 8 B i - ri3i-be- cteexged• it- ~m ~cramt -ia •noT-paid-rith £n fifteen-f 35~-deya-ef-lhe-bi~3ing-dale- If the bill is not paid within five (5) additional days (or twenty (20) days from the billing date) service will be discontinued. A $15.00 reconnect fee will De required to De paid, along with the full amount of the bill, prior to service being restored. SECTION 3. Sections 22-166 through 22-172 are amended to read as follows: Sec. 22-166. Establishment of a monthly base charge. User charges will be levied monthly as follows: la) Monthly base charge. A monthly base charge of eight dollars and thirty-six cents ($8.361 per equivalent residential unit will be levied upon each connection in accordance with the following: An equivalent residential unit (ERU) is defined as a wastewater connection that delivers three hundred (300) gallons per day (qpd) of typically domestic wastevater flow to the waste stream, or equivalent to a residence serviced by a three-fourths l3/4) inch water meter. The monthly base charge is levied as follow: Single family residential and single-f amily individual metered mobile homes... $8.36 per account Multifamily residential.......... 0.75 x $8.36 per unit Master-metered mobile homes...... 0.75 x $8.36 per unit with payment of the same charges, per schedule (a), for installation. (e) Capital improvement charge. Single-family residences: For each house- S325.00 (3/4` service only) Multiple family and condominium living units, including all related facilities: A minimum of S500.00 for the first two (2) units plus $40.00 per unit for each additional unit over two (2). Motels, including all related facilities: A minimum of 51,150.00 for the first ten (10) units plus 555.00 per unit for each additional unit over ten {10). Nursing and convalescent homes, including all related facilities: A minimum of 51,050.00 for the first ten (10) beds plus 545.00 per bed for each additional bed over ten (l0). All others: A minimum of $325.00. Size of meter Charge (1) 3/9" ...............5 325.00 l2) 1" .................. 550.00 (3) 1 1/2° .............. 1,075.00 14) 2" .................. 1,725.00 f5) 3" .................. 3,250.00 (6) 4" .................. 5,425.00 (7) 6" ..................10,800.00 (6) 8" ..................15,000.00 Disposition, use of revenues. All revenues collected by the city for water capital improvement charges shall be deposited and held in a special fund to be known as and hereby designated °The Water Capital Improvement Fund." The moneys deposited and held in said fund and all interest accrued thereto shall be used only for the improvements, expansion and/or replacement of the water system of the city. (2) Water service for fire protection purposed. A special rate of sixty-two dollars ($62.00) Der annum payable in monthly installments shall apply to any water service provided exclusively for sprinkling systems or other fire protection systems in buildings only provided the e~ame of all connections to and extensions from the city water mains shall be borne by the user. No taps will be allowed which may be used for other than fire protection purposes, and, unless pursuant to special Sec. 22-28. Mater iipact fees, installation charges, etc. The following schedule of rates and installation charges for furnished by tthes cityacthrough its rwaterworks ws ystempro sidhereby adopted and established: (1) Water connection charges. (a) Installation charge. Size of Installation Charge Meter from Main to Meter 3/4 inch ........................5 525.00 1 inch ........................... 560.00 1 1/2 inch ......................1,090.00 2 inch .................. ..1,150.00 Over two (2) inch----- Actual Cost, $1,150.00 ®inimum. ADProved Utility Contractors ®ay construct larger services at their own expense Dut will be subject to a $200.00 inspection fee. All new construction, rehabilitation and/or remodeling will require cross-connection control devices and shall be assessed an inspection fee as follows: Two 12) inch and under ...................5 35.00 Over Two (2) inch .........................200.00 Reinspection visit ........................ 35.00 (b) Meter charge. All peters will be furnished by the city and the cost is included in the established Installation Charge. (c) Change in service size. Whenever a user requests a change in the size of a service previously installed, such user shall accoepany such request with payeent of Che sale charges per schedule (a) above, together with any peter cost involved, as are applicable to the new service requested. The user shall also be required to pay any and all increases in Capital Improveoent Charges from the old size to the one requested, whether or not the old service was required to pay any fees, utilizing the rates in effect at time of request. (d) Change in service location. Whenever a user requests a change in location of a service connection previously installed, such user shall accoepany such request Sec. 22-27. Charges for water service. The reasonable rates, rentals, fees and other charges for the use of the services and facilities of the city waterworks system are hereby found and determined to be and are hereby fixed and established as follows: (1) Customers within city: a. Single units. The minimum bill for a single unit shall be four dollars and twenty-four ($4.24) per month for up to three thousand (3,000) gallons of water. During each quarterly period, one monthly bill shall also include an additional charge of one dollar and eight cents ($1.08) per one thousand gallons of water used in excess of nine thousand (9,000) gallons during the previous three months. Gallons used shall be determine by quarterly meter readings. The effective rates will be amended for all billings, beginning January 1 of each year in accordance with the schedule in Appendix A. b. Multiple units. For multiple units served through the same meter, the rates and minimum charyes shall be in accordance with the following scale. All multiple units will be billed at 75~ of the single unit rate for each unit, regardless of occupancy: Minimum bill per Units Gallons month 2 4,500 $ 6.36 3 6,750 9.54 9 9,000 12.72 5 11,250 15.90 6 13,500 19.08 7 15,750 22.26 For each additional unit over seven (7) there will be a minimum charge of $3.18 for 2,250 gallons per unit. Excess gallonage shall be calculated based on the consumption level for the previous three months, less the gallonage allotted to the minimum bills for the quarter. All excess gallonage shall be charged at the same rate Der one thousand (1,0001 gallons as provided for single units above. As stated above, rates will be amended each January 1 as shown in Appendix A. (2) Customers outside the city: The rates applicable to customers outside the city shall be one and one quarter (1.25) times the above rate applicable to customers inside the city. period not to exceed twelve (12) months will be made. Sec. 22-22. Pee established for re-read of meters. Upon wri!!en request of a consumer, the meter will be ie-read by the city. A fee of five dollars (55.00) will be charged for all customer requested re-reads. At the discretion of the City Manager, or his designee, the city may perform a re-read at no cost to the consumer. Sec. 22-27. Liability of consumer for charges; no allowance to Ire made for vacant houses unless water shut off. Liability for service shall begin on the day the consumer is connected to the city eater main and shall continue thereafter until the service is disconnected for nonpayment or for other cause, or after written notice is given the city by the consumer of his desire to terminate the service. No allowance will be made for vacant houses unless a request in writing to have the water shut off is received by the city, nor will any allowance be made for any shut-off period less than thirty (30) days. Sec. 22-24. Basis for billing if meter fails to register. If any meter on a consumer's premises is destroyed by fire or other causes or fails to register, the consumer will be billed for the period involved on a basis of previous consumption. Sec. 22-25. Determination of classification of service for each consumer. The City Manager, or his designee, shalt have the aut`.ority to determine what classification of service shall be rendered by the city to each consumer. Sec. 22-26. Property owner responsible to city for water charges. The city will install and properly maintain at its own expense, such meters and associated pipin4 as may be necessary to measure the water service used by the consumer. All meters and associated piping and meter box or vault installed Dy the city shall remain the property of the city. It shall be unlawful for anyone to tamper with any City appurtenances of water services. The consumer shall protect the city's meter and appurtenances. In the event of any loss or damage to the property of the city caused by or arising out of carelessness, neglect or misuse by the customer, the cost of replacing or repairing such damaged property shall De paid by the customer or property owner. 2 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OP ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA RENUh®ERING SECTIONS as-16 THROUGH aa- al; AHENDINC AND RENUl1BERING 3ECTION3 as-aa THROUGH 2a-a9 AND AMENDING SB(.RIONS as-166 THROUGH as-17a TO PROVIDE PO& MONTHLY BILLING; CHANGES TO THE BILLING RATES FOR WATER AND SEMER SERVICE; CHANGES TO CONNECTION CHARGES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE I~I ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, PLORIDA: SECTION 1. Sections as-16 through as-al are hereby renumbered as Sections aa-14 through as-19 without change to content. SECTION a. Sections as-ao through aa-a9 are renumbered and mended as follows: sec as-a0. Pee to reestablish service after cutoff or transfer. If water service is turned off, either because of delinquency or upon the request of the consumer, a cut-on fee of fifteen dollars ($15.001 shall be charged and paid prior to restoring water service. If water service is transferred to another residence, a fifteen dollar ($15.001 eerviee-eher4e transfer fee shall De peid charged prier-te-aer~iee-being-lnrned-en. Sec. as-al. Testing of meters: liability for cost of testing; adjustment of bills. Opon written request of a consumer, the meter will to tested by the city. The city will require a deposit to defray cost of testing. Such deposit shall be as follows: Meter Size (inches) Fee 5/8 by 3/9 $x5.00 1 and 1 1/a $25.00 a sas.oo Above 2 Actual Cost If the meter, when tested, is found to be not amore than two (a) percent fast, the deposit shall be forfeited to the city as a service charge for conducting the test; otherwise, the expense of the test will be borne by the cit7 and billing adjustments for a MEMORANDUM Date: January 4, 1995 To: Kim Leinbach, City Manager Jim Jarboe, Deputy City Manage~~'r ~~- ~~_///~~~---~~~ From: Arm Meuse, Finance Director }~/v' Subject: Utility Ordinance ew sa+t+nr~ au~n Aruvrtc eF.lcx, nnxmx >sz3~sws iF1Ff110NE 1f0r12fF5lMO FAX OMI IfFA05 Attached is copy of the Utility Ordinance with some changes our auditors Plxvis Gray and Company have requested be made in order to clear u0 some ambiguities and inconsistencies in the wording of the ordinance. The words struck though are to be removed anC tha words underlined are to be added. Purvis Gray will be at the January 23'rd commission meeting to present the audited financial statements and will be available to discuss the changes requested in the Utility Ordinance. Joe Welch of Purvis Gray will also be at the strategic Banning meeting on January 17Th and will be available to discuss the Ordinance. The changes proposed by Purvis Gray and Company do not make any changes to the vales charged to customers; however, they are necessary to resdve confusing 2ermindogy and conflicting classifications which make [he interpretation of the Ordinance extremely difficult. It is important that these changes are adopted now for the administration the ordinance. ~~ SLIT BY {I~ 1~- PO d Weo. Florm ~zve Jartwry 3, 1985 1- 9-95 :12:32Pa Ms. Ann A~awe FY>anoe Okector City of Atlantic tf'sarJr 800 t>,ernkgle Avenue Atlantic 9aaeh. Fbrida 32233 tiEN7 VIA FACSNiR.E Dear Ann: SLN 81N( ~. A. s "' 80~2~f751a7:a li 2 G vv ~ I am providing you a threayear financirl8 rate vla this IalWr far year rata as of k>day aroidd bs 8.33%. The kiierest rasa would ~r review. The three- year Treasury end ast on the fundYg dace(s). ~~ ~ the two- As ahrays, Vas transactlon "s sut>)ect to forrnel baNc cred2 approval. aAikh would be ~qulcldy. I wH be happy b pravWe You wkh a formal proposal upon the Cilys Please CaN me wYh any questions ai 7-80032-4780. axtalsion 4~g~j. As aMrays, k is a pleasure b wok with you, ~~. JYI K • lease Madcetlrp Olllcer s~„r._n e,.. ._E. l'RerfK - ..: STUARI, R ]1aM (~W)h7-)app -- .. fa IM1I7A.ypp: [~~ _ ~ya[iitl/t~. 7~R~.`..>s YLx..4 r~.- + 1 iv . RE: FgiipmartNa6tde Ia+aaa Fuehase Apr AaR Riverside Natioasl'Hok d Flotidr. is ~pkned'to'psovided the following Proposal for your wosidsatio` Coaeainomt is subject to satisfactory review and approval of the City's financial io6orms4o4 ~ - .. - r ,¢y ~ s~ 44 ' r Rate: -.:%s~~jr~~~~ '~~ .1" i :. Tams. ylry~ ~~{E~`Z h'~ ~ AJr~ s[ f.~ .I' ~ _. i ~7ms1.k ~ I~rri!!`bVyo~~ir~ll`b~ ~ i t. noa~mmr~aMOrt ~~~~~ ':• Fad etlwss ~'`=' Ty '?' ;~ , r . ~wws m ragi~ I ,y,, may. ..!. .,a ~. 5, ~1~ IBS/ ~ _ ~ ,~ `' >~. Aa.a P. Tyler -_ „~ ' • r - ~ . Gore®aa/LsAi~~t '~ ' ~~y Tl~r n _ `~ c i ,--~`'¢ +~.t _{.'K1l° its. ,.. ~'1-' y . Liz~3F: ~ NOTICE OF ILLEGIBILITY ILLEGIBILITY OF SOME OF THESE DOCUMENTS IS DUE TO THE POOR QUALITY OF THE ORIGINAL. THE FAULT DOES NOT LIE WITH THE CAMERA OR ITS OPERATOR. .... it--~- iii ii ~L__J/ ~~~/ MN~.. ~,~ JNN- 4-95 UED 11:55 23 RObeM1 A BiMWMry Yx:a vrrwESrx Caroorete Bvtldrq January 3, 1995 Ann B. Meuse, CPA Finance Director City d Atlantic Beach Bl>D Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, Florida 322335445 Dear Ann: P. 02/02 Beaten Bank o1 JackaonviNe, NA 60 Nosh tiara SVeN (32202) Poxt Oaice Box 9B0 JapOpMw. FlalOa 32237 0990 90x//81-73xx Please accept this letter at oonfsination d Barnett Bank d Jadcaonvilb, NA'a offer to provide lease financing a the City d Atlantic Bsaett larder ttte (oilovving general guidelines: o k Up to t{200,000 in lease finsnang Puroose: Purchasedvehkk;leserWlorequipmer>t Advance Ratr. 100% d cost Interest Rats: ~8.00'yi Tertn; 38 ntorWts 'The interest role quoted above a based p1 a "Banat Certiflecr' lease es dented by the Internal Rever%u Service arW wiU not po t1p U atxepted try the Cky within thirty (30) days d this letter. Please glue me a III wNh arty quesUOns or corrtlrfents. Sinter Robert A Yice President Corporate Banking RABlib :., v Ponte Vedra National Bank January 5, 1995 Ann B. Mauna, C.P.A. Finance Director City of Atlantic Beach 800 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, Fbrida 32233-5845 Dear Mrs. Meuse: Please accept this lector as aoi'Mimietion of Ponce Vedra Natbnal Banks oommitrnam to provide flnandng to the :City of AUarrtic Beach under the folbwing generel guidelines: AAIO[JII/T• p~p~ ~ UD to 1200,000 in equipment financing ADVMICEAA/O(//yr 10~0~ oWf~vehiCles and/or equipnwM I~TE 5-b0% per annum simple imeres t 36 months, fully amortizing We sincerely appreciate this oDDOrtunfty to ba of service, please feel flea to give me a call wfih any questbns or oommertts. This cr~eortJ~lm/i~tmen~t will expire 'd not accepted try you On January 31, 199b. SinC ly "" Barry W Chantller Sr. Vice PrasidaM BUVClmb Post lKflce Box 1754 • ?once Vedra Beach, Fkmida 32006. (g04) 285.7222 CITY OF o'Oi(a+rtee b"eaesc - ~lnida e99 sFanwor.F ao9D etun-nc eentat, Ftuamt ama.slas tnfrtlonE doll ae-seao FA% /90112(FSpS MEMORANDUM Date: January 4, 1995 To: Kim Leinbach, City Manager ' ~ ,,./ From: Ann Meuse, Finance Director Ate" Subject: Lease Purchase Financing of G/eneral Fund Expenditures Tne City Commission approved the Lease Purchase of the following equipment in the 7994-1995 Budget: Fire Chief Vehicle 3 15,000 Fire Marshal Vehicle S 12,000 Patrol Vehicles - 4 g 7p,000 Pickup Truck Sweets S 15,000 Riding Mower Sweets S 15,000 Tractor Sweets S 11,000 Motorcycle -Police 5 12.000 5150,000 The bid has been awartled fora 1995 Kawasaki motorcyce for 57,870 and 1 understand from my discussions with Chief Thompson that he is also ready to purchase the police vehicles through state convect. Attached are proposals for the financing of the equipment from Porte Vedra National, Barnett Bank, Sun Bank Sun Leasing and Riverside Natonal Bank. Porte Vadra National is offering the bwest interest rata of 5.8%. Barnett Bank's rate is 6%, Sun Bank's rate is 6.33% kMexed to tfle two year veasury on the funding date and Riverside Nadonal Bank rata is 6.39%. I also contatted Nations Bank, SDI Leasing and PNCBank, but I have not received proposals from them. I would like to request cermission from the City Commission to arcanpe financing of the equipment with Porte Vedra National at 5.8% for a 36 month lease. Of course the lease agreement will need to be reviewed and approved by our City Attorney. I hope that you will refer this to the City Commission /or their approval at [he January 9, 1995 commission meeting. Please call me if I will need to provide any additional information. ~~ c.firv of n~T'~_~'''~,~-~ /rLLRaUC ~[QC~-~cvrsrz VEND011: DUVAL FORD 1616 CASSAT AVENUE JACKSONVILLE FL 32210 L ~1~'HAS~ ORDER m sevarww i.0. NUMBER DATE •n•meerna~. scow mauss ~tF°'O'•~eO'~$O'S°1e 008704 12/15/94 fY 19NI N].M~Y TM M1111FM IllaT •/YlI1R pI LLL N~PLR I•Llatl l1F)0.l/JFIA l IlI OF U10NO 11O SNW TO: wwe'wamCE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 1200 SANDPIPER LANE ATLANTIC BEACN PL 32233 J L_ J VEN DORS DA TE NE EDED 7ERY3 REOU5ITKINE D BV 836 12 /15 /94 NET KE LLY FO.B. CONTMCT NO. ACCOUNT NO. PR0.1E0T REO. MO. REO. DATE 001-5002-541.64-0 0000007442 12/12/94 "• OUANRTV UOY flEll NO. AND DE8Gi1PT10N UNR COBT E%TENDED COST 1 1.00 EA F-150 PORD PZCR-UP 1563.0000 11563.00 2 1.00 EA OPTION ;8007/LONG BED 230.0000 230.00 3 1.00 EA OPTION i5003/A/C 806.0000 806.00 4 1.00 EA BEDLINER 250.0000 250.00 5 1.00 EA OPTIONi8008/DUAL SANK 116.0000 116.00 6 1.00 EA TRANSMISSION COOLBR I 85.0000 85.00 7 1.00 EA SLIDING REAR NINDON 113.0000 113.00 8 1.00 EA TOOL BOY 345.0000 345.00 9 1.00 EA HEAVY DUTY BATTERY SYSTEM 56.0000 56.00 070 045 COLOR CODE 'YY' STATE CONTRACT] 070-001-95-1 COlOIODTY 070-500-410 TOTAL 13564.00 •• NOTE • S500 a This purchase order is ove r d is not valid without the following si natures. City Nanager~ ~ e n c Director of Pinance~ nn ease TR CffY Of 1LW1]C !E•6116 EIEYYI MlY N11EIR OF iEplAll F1f1Y T1U. •MD Fi~TE LIFS T•I. f101~• 6T1TF 1U. 110.]{Y].WI111~S~C PREMY ALL FRDOM CNARDEE UMLE650)NFMwSE &oECFED w.or•w~r RA ]o¢~ __.u t.". OWNRRaS WARRANTY IIFS-UI'ISIRII.ITIFS Aslhe vehrck rnaar. yA aYr nTyrmarTk f r Ik flerfrc~ mamT MIIK lYgltiMl naalalrnLnx rrnR'a it yrarnwvwT i mamnl. Fed rttTnm'nda tlel ysaKlain dl rnxipi <vwerin~ maimrrurhx m your vehi[k. dM FrA <anrr Jrny wamamy nwsTpK aukly frc Ihr Irk M recrpna rr fn Ysmr faihrr m rasue UK IKAomurct rJ all vhnWkd mLnrenvKr. ylm are rcyamiMe fir ryrsemiaj ynmr vehi.k m a rrJ rc Akrnny drakraa wmanaproMrm raiaa 1M wxrramr rcpain J..M1IlK uampkk:l in a r<avmahk almrw of linK. ma n, [YttYI MIJay.. .4a Ile •rAi<k,nn~, cm JanM alm h away Ihar FnI may deny yml w arramy anrmxr it y,nv vrhi<k n a pan kn faik.l.hr maMla. neFkH. improper miimonul<q rc uvgTrn..J mrrlrh<alirn. pal Ame any,praFms rcpardinr ysnrt •~an.my rirMs amt KyrmihJde~a..r it pn Kam m rryvrl wh;x )'m h[li[vr ur k vndmirma of Ihr hron. of lbia wamnn. rrW rvl a~nlal rh~ LrA (ualmrr Awamar ('rntrr al I ~WYI~ i9j~lM1)1 nr ^K falilirnia Air Rr4ru[t. fln:aJ m. Slate M l-difernia Air Rearmrtcs fhrM Mnhik Ssmml%vNion %IA TelaarAamnr F.1 Aforde. ('anRrnia,IT)i Ih WHAT Ix CUYF1tF71 AIR' pn RW tanaRerr erliaainm and, if hfmivx, it mvxredurderihe DefaY Warranty fu y yeavJ30,pU mike fv vrdoeka viEl a fV WR M Id,IMlll Iha rc kac II[4n IMI Ie~T YII[AIIM Kflal[rrKM M VYTa111[11 R b the naYCenera n11CTy1 av s flecrfird m yore f Mee fwde aad Maircrwt e 4 hnArk aaJ RnI M bodkl. Nae: R6e JiaRwnu rtvtak m rkfert.lhe emiasims I kfetT NSrnny dus~ n, apply. In adJNiw~ if ynar axllkk fails a SmIK (iKeh due hr lk failure rc maHnMim Ma Ivan sovcrrtd omkr der kmP- krm fM[cln WKnNy, rn,d w+n repair n rs'pla[e Ibl pan (rc up m 7 yxan rc 7flJYlll nuln, whiahrver fir.l uvas. WIIAT Is NoT Covr:Rr.u Fred Mrcrcfrcapnymay deny Y'm rvamMy mvrraee if yuK vehick rt a pv1 fua fsikJ Jvr pr aWY. rKpkrr. impnrp[r rmirlkaarcc, unappmvM mdirKa:i,ma, n any items iaduAM in ^ W hn k Nrc Cnrer[vl,' pa6ta II-1:. _ 19 rrc.._r_.:.r....~.,._..._:.n, ........::a::.a.. ~. y~IIUR WARR~IN IY KII:11'IS ~N6 ORI,ICAl111NS I Applkabk if pnar xhidr naen hxh of tk falWwi~ reyuirencnl~ II is Rni&Afnr.ale in l:hhnnia. as ir~daNCd on Jrc Vchick Emuwona Cunvol Infmnu!nn lakl 71 is regiamreA in l'alVfrcnia rc rchrr na;e ad~yem% Calihnnir <miaw~na quw!arJa i6d uouanry rtgRlsimv 1 ylu [+lilrcnia An Rewnaa n^a~A vrl I.wA arc pkaneJ m apkin ahr rmiwnm umvni system uamnty .m gnu I W S. naukl vehkk In falifrcnia. rcwrnNnr vchidc. moatk tkaigrrJ. huih. r~+l ryni filed h. nm rht Sum i Urin%rm axiaim%srardard. Red moll wartanl the emiatim crxxrM vynem m your vrhick frc!hr prints o(hme IiueA m pge 17, pnvided lhert hav been m ahnr. ricgkcl. ~x ~mpnprr maixemnre M ytmr vehicle Ynur rmiaairm arMna system may iiwliak pane aueh av ahc cy{>umV+v full injrcfirm ayalcm.Ihc igni!i~n a)aem, raulylk crAVRler, amt f~tgine cmmpimr Alv+irclmkd may le Iwnn, hha. carxmnrc<. and rchcr rmivsiuva-rtlYCd auerrablk<. R1rere a rart>nuhk crmdirirm cxnl . FvrJ will rtpair ym vrhirk x mmn!n yrci inclWing &agmw:v. Txls. ant labor IA MAIg1fACi'WiaB WARMMY (;pYRMI~! fv3ypnvS0,Of0 nik+lwMifhevn fN UnR+I: 1. If yxsr vehicle Grh a Srw~(1RCt irywCrin. all recearary regain xd adjamwrwra vAR be nrlc M fad Mranwc Ihx ynx cx a ligh Inwt IRS the iegenbn. 7Lis iv yn.r tmissiw avMml sy+mm pFJIfORMANC'E WARRANTY. 2. If any tmivaiwn<relaled la1 rn yurw vrhkk is drkclive.Ihe part will he reyaircd a rrplaaed by lad.7hia is ywr vlnn ran<miavina crcRml.rynrm 1)FFTi'IS WARRANTY. fa 7 yc.aa 70.OOD mike (whichevtt fw rcvxa). I If an rmiaaim<-nlalcJ pnn iiskd rc pagr 11 wish <vvusgc fa 7 rran rc 74RIMI mik<i<rk(Klivr.lht ~vn w:ll k renaireA rc rrnlxrd Irv fvJ. This is ywr I(Grcwv &hick Wtighl Rmin%n over Ia.dMl Iba. For 5 yru+.n Sf1,0f1f1 mika (gavnlirc pawereA<nginea and vehkkatnr5 ytlr<rc Ilal,dq nuka lJitsd p•watd rngines and srhivlcsllwhkficvcr fiN ntturty. I. I(m rmnaionv rt6md pm m ynrr vehi~k is drfativc. ihr pan will he repairol it npladl by Fad. ihia is yrwr emiaJ.m nnnn.l vyaaem PffG(7S WARRANTY. ,~ ItR1a1eRJ in a ark wlKrt 1111 )Yk ~ I _ _ _ as FTA~rgpnrvM iaspelakM ad v a {~ameM 11Y Ily akn k Ngihk /a Federal 6.Ij4rp,,, Y4 R+r.aay aa.rnllr. Frail aiN w clage y.a e> mpiia, rq+Fae m adtua (inrlndiaj MK ay dylnaaral any aMdssirM~ carxml Ikvkr rr ayaam (nKludilr~ every pal ne ~ t51 prtwlrlnl VI sJthe toNovay(fnndaaM<aR nsel~ • Yra Mae mvimaieKd and ^fKnrerl yens vrhirk a-auN- i141 M the inaNrlipa w prsprr sze m your f)wrKr fvilk. MaimrnarKr S.iKAde & Rttnrd hmkler, artl in IMahdkl • Yams vthkk I.rih W nmfinsll dW hl` a periM rJ 1 yeas ar 11,Om mrka, whichever rrttura finl, u. dK aNli. nhk rtaiMal I;PA aara6rlk. • You are wArrl m a peachy w>aalim umkr heal. Oak. ~r frJanal law herarse ynm vehKle ha<lailM m cmdrcm m Or cmivailMa aau1W>. A prnahy re ta111uM tan In:1n~. heinB denied Iht riphr In use your vrMCk • Yinn shirk ha> Ma httn wgtrM wish. mnumv!. n IIhrMJ Ih I~Mrral lin:>anm Prrhurnarlre WSnamy rill mn apply In yens vrhkk d it iueanl a hi`h ahin.k, Luis :mifiM m Ineel aada,l. rely a xa krCl. Nu1f If Ihr diapmris slows Ihar ymK aehkle rill pa.> the applk ahk Jak n meal prvnenllrnl kvl u>ina 44 pnwcderrs and vandals ra by dK hl'A, the Federal FmiaairMS f4rlmmarce Wananry does w apply WHAT Iti CbPFREtI The /Nkwhlp Nge r~Mraim a lia N the parts due are mvtrnl xndn Ihr federal Ik(eri and Perlnnwn a Wirramy. hrMS that reglire whMxkd rryllaemem ur x roamed up In lk replarrrrcm Imnral n ap¢~ficJ in ywK f )caner (;aide, ad the Mamrnarcc SrhMllk and RrmrJ hw.kM. l/ L'MRiSHtNS WARIeANTY PARTti I,nT • t>aw M1 SeavsfsrM •Fd t11r~erMrpala) Srb • • led T.l Nswaefasid Wiw(II faW)ekfs~orn _ •~IY}+~IInFF CdFI¢ ~ ~ .f~ 6rKlsaiy4v •t:nk 4wrial6yrna111 A.v:ae1 ( 'sae4 W'~~C~ulaWar feaYY ware •t'mlmx to rar.k,,.r~ • eoer apaeal i bMls s~ Ir. t•vl:lu I.st.. I;~F, SPKMfMRJ •Fiean llrrfllaifayb • FArneur Fyrr framl s ' nwMna: feral LL • , ~~'('kiR+k tow>alre t.;b •FaAnrn l'm RaxrylKnw F[: = A'.'V ~lneln F+ro 1 RI KI>c. spbn. plat. H Mnriyen Mr •slwe t:abN fanpawr • Ealrn llra ('mod Hl.a • E . S~V A ~r M ream sna,wi Irrl lnnrgwy Kael . S>renwarA ' Mr.vice. •yl.rak A aCwrvl Byam • FM lyaran Slrrw •Fuel Mr.nv $uq(a AlardMe vaFs pr~rr.aMr lNr7r TMb • Gn14Mn 111 diglW tNC"An ('mod Wlra Illhr Fal atekk My ~ 'Y+MrAr Far~{rwra lee a°°F's-r3uru L4, ke. rhwr. Mn4ai meet µaaK>rak ~' °~R P'^rrle M te. wd •ent Iwnevra ao t wd x14 uaya+rr 6wd Jos rR>enrixarmq a..ar,.y Your I~md aml Mercury drake maimaim acrvrydek liu rJ mrerM pma. Rr rMnr dnaila ahvw the sptcifK pals Iha aR rnrprd by dK FamiuioY DefM Wanwy, aMlaci yrMr rkakr Wunr is Nor CovrReu Fad Moen ('meant' May deny you wanay snre+a}e if your vehick r a pal 4H faikd Jae W abvK. aejleat unquper narnlnlaKr. aaappurtd IrcnllfKaiom, a arty ienm irclWMin `yyha is Nra l:nrlYM; pates 11-11. IS UAgucR ('nt!srn BY IMPR(IPRR MAIN{F7(ANIY. eaaad by faihue b 1MiWin the veMck„ ilrprn fl. tdy Ieralmplgt Ile arAirle, a •aing Rrr rrawg faN. dL FAakala, a Mich is ma aKaed. See de ()r•er (tide fa crnrtcl Mil kvela, lend Ile hiaiYCnaar Sckduk and RMmI EatM fa paper rays b mtimain your rMkk. MAI~TFNAFN'{IW{:AR Pare aM IaluN IlredM b maimain de arhKk anJ Ihl' rcfllxrmmt .A lala due m nmul Ku and eY ae nd arrrrrJ hf. amaay mJ an IM Ironer i reapruvtiMl:ty Eaamfde• (mm IIK Maiurnanec Srhnble ald Nernrd Bnrlkln ue' • t)illllangn • (YaningA'nh.hing • Tnc Rraalim • IM1Ia. I-WrKann. (hhrr Fkrds • Falgie "fun uP • fIrVAN lihna • N'iler fllxk~. flrake LimngNYh. and Clam Lining. Orut:R ITFMJCf/NUfnfYNS Nor CoveREu 111' T111.C WARRAMY • NmFrJ rynaMywr vrlivk that arc inwlkd by bldy huikkla rc mmuhcnrttn ntM Than f.+d • Yehkka ritkd u fdkws: dirm.n41, Gre. Rr+d. junk, «!uih. recmnraud. rc WvagN • ('mverrM amMknen that >R lue ryoipprA rich rhr Ford AlltboluKC Rey Pakage flee Page 27) • NTnI aligmm~d saJ I:rt halarKing ahel 11 mlaalu a 12 iaAt rrtika Irlncllertr news lieu), unkaa required by r r•.neny repair. • nikr the firv I? mmdra in service flea Than .a6.f100 miksl, the hvlery will ht rrptxeJ I+~ a twain. pMKrrytNm boas. n AraedhM m Inge b Iz TSIgLtil'ION WARRANTIES POR YouR VEtnc(.e F.hILCSNIFLS I1RF'tt.'r WARRANTY YP.ARS/J(yOIIU MII-ES IN'hkMra Ikrun nr.It Unkr de rrJrnl EmiuKm DcGKV Rlnamy. Ford rwa prmiJe a gearnl emissima dr(m ruravq GN 2 yeua n 2d.IlM mika Iwfikhevrr mm~a foul InrA mnrimNa thi. aammy IhrmgF 1 yeas .r atlaal miks Inhiche.rr.a n... fuvll. Fad vYrMts IMI Yun rehick. • is denigled, Frill, and equippM m rmfnm, u Ih IinK it is arJd, ride the emiuima regWrinna nl lhr 11 C Ear"NOnnewl Rukcrim Agar 1[pAI, and • islree hom de(M<in fxlay.auppliM mamvk :nA M1aLmMahl(I M"IIKII CMIIA Cintr Il In fall m [~MIMIII ritlr applic•bk EPA rrpqulma Yw vill aln h charged fn rtyair. rcPlaeemrnl a adjuumcm MhfMivr emisaidra.rrlarM (errs IiuM m ryge 1 t. Thin ialuks 66rN and dagtrruit For a pdind of t yean rc MA.(101) mikx, vllkhever xrvn (nr. spcciG-0 major emissim nMnd clmryNKna -- caW ytk converter, ekcvmk emisainna nmlrM mil (PCM I. unboYJ rrrlia4uns 6aguRric device - alm ue nwerM M1y Ile Fa.imiaa Dae~fect NartaMy BMISSII/N5 lr.Rpt/RMANCR iirA NNANIY Some aralea n local govntaKVM1a Icat the nhwa fume erected hY vehkka. using mar pmcedurca and YanJllda an mal the teyuinnrtent< art hY Inc Ffn. 1! ywr rehkk is ~>« WAwtArirY su~AxY iaa4y wr~~xFM CwnM 14.1`.rt Sk~r Ilhall syrF Fedml Vefikk. Falsvntlth+•'naal • <ma Fwlwwa <ae• 6ns~RI•wn•ev'nalry • r~.va. Mha•M CWfr1k• Vr4cka fwia.i~Jn hrkn Y.'a~avu MbO fvW atl UrvNl • u..l rel. wo.• • 1 •w! Inw Wwy° IIIm 1eJF111iYWa1 F....:..1..1,.n....IMaua1 fY~.la 4r.he la IIM1 .~M~..~.... n.... r,~.Mrw.r~w....~ .yw~ n..v...w..rti.gpw,•r,..r Mn.ran:aar.~w. ~~.V n..nnr.IJ • V nwrw•M ~•~M'<•:r •~•~wn -~ -~ . . WttAT L4 Nar CovE~D AI.TF:~ATNIp, MK'USy, nk DAMAI:F, CALLSID ~Y (Y1Di.MF Exragksalc • (1dBaia, fin;, d1Al IrarrillF. •aldaGant rim, eaphl rien. u rdyratx am7ilE dl< Mlik • Miwin` the vehkk. vr6 a dririgt mer e•rla. nverloadinF, rtiyl. ar usillF Ilt vclllr# ar a lUliwry rywer vane • Aheralimmmlldi(Ieainn ld lM vehik.in.~pWi1F Oa: Maly, viavi~ nr nrlywwl<mv ahcr Ih Mlixk kav<.v Ih< tta11W d FvrJ • TamPrirf v.kh dK Vehik. lanRrvily, rilh lh. <nn.~ xiax xyeJelm n aAh mhrr ryn. Ihal aRrcl Ihrx •r>~ • f1iv~.lmrli•F lr ahrcilM lhr lahrrrln.m rhtrc the xnal Irikagr <aroar k dnnmilyd Auc w Ik n.4w~ el<r hri•~ in>reralive Lr al nl<mkd Isrind of lim< • CSalrnilurdmingalJhn luel/Ilrik • Cuakmn-yg11iN<Mmi:ak UAMA(:f. CA0.Si71 kY USi: ANi)/Ilk TN6 ENYIRI/NVIY.Mf timfx< IW aad d<1<nnraim.d Ibim, Imn_ and arycam:v c neme lha rsclMe frml IN< •n1Yn nNwlr<m Ihr ckvla++. ale n• Imrml. liaa•ylka are' • Snr Chan Scrachn • fi~Ixm11F,IMiI • DinRMkax • 1Y•akklrm • Wad Shc. ilee Sql • Fardlyoatr • Bid lkgglinFv • Warr,r pn.d i' ? lh n j IN ADDITION .. . (overcd canlMMKm<: rylindrr hlrck. heaA<and all intmul Inns, intake and exhauU manifolds, Bywhal, liming gw, harmonk halarccr, valve covert, nil pan and pump. wattt pang. foci gmlp anA hrrl rygem leachdir+g fuel lines amt furl bnk), high presmre lines, gaskets amt awls, glow plugs. tnrhahar[;rr. rym'cnrain cnmml mMule. Ntttnmic driver umt. inKcias, injetsiml prcau¢ antes. high presvnc oil regulator. exhaust hxk prttsurr regulates amt unto. camshaft pn<itimt unsa, accrleralor switch Oat: $arc aMn(vnn'nls slur may he covercA h) the Fmis umis Warranties with nn Ikdustihlc. See pages I }:4 !o+ nn+rc infamatinn. Damage aaher irrms ma covered by this wanamy arc dcarihed on pages I I ~ 12. i , Tint M wamulled atpuakly by the IiR manu(achuer. fir IiR aammy is irchded wdh Ilr nwrrr literature supplied With yWr IKW' Yehll'ie. If a lire is damageA Juring the wammy coverage prruvl hefawa Of a Yehlek defect in facury-snpplkd matcriah r< wakrreridup. do me win k rcpFaYd by Rad Mohx C-Ir1+Ion! Your vchkk lunltt< i1 is a daily rrnlal unit) is Nigihk Gr the Fad Rrud<idc Asuaanu pn+gnrn. This Pnsgmm is separne from iht New Vehick Limited wartamy, Mx the program period i- -or•,curr[nt with the Bumper rn Rlm+pcr Wamnq period. Under chit pmgnm. Find will rnrcr toWw~ (In nc~ rcarcst Fnrd a hkrcury Ikakr<hipl. yore IiR mpmting, foci delivery.jump Van<. and Mrknul prr+F+icnn For rmac inLrmatinn, call 1 ~AIMi-241-Fi)RD (?h771 Tmvirlg neaa<galnl by w;nrnuahk faihre hcyxad the B+ury.r to Nnmpcr Wammy n cnvettd UIMI[r the upplis:JJe u'amrr. Fa daily remal unit Thal mint hr nwtd herxw a cuvr+r: paA has faikd during Ihr flumlxr m Numpcr Warranry~ prrtrd Fad will rmcr towing to the nrarest Fund +r Alcrcury deeltrship. •{E,p it pool MIaI. Company will rfphce your hWkly (up to i vcar<nr 1(r.IRgl mik<I at fnllmac ..-__- MONT16 BI gFJtVIfE In~ ~ IyTR• S61H~ __ 111H xrll )6TH Mikapr Up Tr: Mplp J6,dIU 76.000 ~ fad ~ _ .. - _. _ _. Pant? Cm Ifg4 ~ JOi' 034• ~I lehx 100!4 1007< tu0'4 ~~ The prrtcnnge it a!pditrl hr rht prt<em .tuggeattl retail (vice u! the Ixw npl:a rnxm hhaauaft halm} fIV ylur srhKle Itll]1 ftl v7N11A1 Safely hrhs and Snpldcnxnlal Rearaim Systrnaz ISRSI ue mvercd againa defeat in fxlnry~wpplittl nsdrriul<Ire xnrknlamhip. Safely re<mdm ryslem cmeragr M1tginc al the warnmy aarl IIuIr aMl laa<for 5 years m Sp.pfl(l miks. whichner uttvn lira 6 pudy street metal punch re tnvernl aga1R<I rnmnshm rklr to a rkfcat in hKlrxy-supplied mmrriah nr wnrkrwanship. 71te knglh Id the repair ttwcrage dprnds upm the lype.d arrrotivn damage • If clmwilm cm<es 1xrh::rlirm Ihrksl in the halt' <hrty mHal. repair rnrengt la<tt fm S years rcganik« n( IhC mile driven • if ttmMlnn doer Mrl oarrt hdit, dfld It MM IhC n'allr d usage alal/nr caa imnmemal <Ixali!iun<, repair tnsemgt laa< ha 1 rran Ia .W.(I(Ip nik . xhitilrrrr Ir<tvrt hr a Frn Jamage rwtrd M airharr rmnfrial /rnvirrmnava:d (alkaa), xirrf Ilr:rt„m Ikfttt inrMstd Mal Ihnhn• ear womanly, av plnc~y i< In cmtl paim danugc dIK !n airhrl n: material (ensnrmmrnul falhmp Gn 12 rManlhs or 121gg1 miks, whichever ratan fir}, 1!~ ~ + r Crnain dime! injMUm dksel trlginr cnmfana:nt art ' covered agairla defects in fxurry arpplkd material( rx i workmanship for 5 years rw IfMl,ggl miks. whichever rxcur* tiro. A SIfMI rkJraaihk per repair rind applies after the Bumper to Bumptt Wmanty nrvrnge prriral (1 ycrs nr 3h,flflfl miks, whi<hcrer Tartan (esp. ~~ 01 ~3~1 10:02 OV-R. F6U iiL.L i~ 90g39T616 THF. NEW VF.III('I.F LIMITED WARRANTY FOR YOUR 1995-MooRC. VeIIICLe F1IiE: chit iafosrrrrion abort the lirnitasions oa irrcideahl and t~La aadn Ile NEW VEIIIL7Ss 17AiTfED WARRANTY also a{ygiia a the FI.IISSIONSWARRANfTES describedaa pages 13-74_ 1'nut NEW VEHICLE LIMfI'F.b WARRANYY gives you specif~e legal rights. Yuu may have Mhtt rights than vary fmm stain to stae. The New Vehicle Limited Wawanty is the only express wartamy applkyhk to your vchkk. ford nrither assumes na suth~rres anyone to acsurrc fa ii arty Mhtr nhligalion a IiaMliry in ronrrMion wilA yrur vehicle a this wunnly. ford and your dealer arc nd responsible fm a 1y~me that you kne, fa any rncrmveniare You Lh caused. for the Lxs of yaur tnnspatauon, a fa my odrer inridaul .x caxiseyurnrial damages you may lure. Yw mry have Barr implkd wartaMies. Far exany+k, you may hare: • m implied wartanty of mercha ftabia'Ihe henna(r cu a IigM trek is rcasonaNy g purpose fa which it wax soldj: u • an implied warranty of (~bress fur a panicular purpose (thn the car a IigM truck is wiubk fa ywr special purryrarsl. These implied warranties ue limited, to the cskM etbwed by law, to the time pmod covered by the wrinrn wamMiGS, a In the applicable lime perird provided by slate law. whkhevu period is chM<r. Sanr seta do nd allow Ford to limn how Inng an inMiied waRanty lasts. a to exchde a limit incideMOl a cassequcntial damage, w the limitation and casiusions described ahwe may art apply to yw WnnT Is Covr:Rr.u l ~ _ r:l '.ili «`.J r~lll 1~ ~ AmMxiral Prod Maa Canpany skaltn will rtpair, replasr a adjust all pan. rm yax vehicle (nccla tired thin are de(erti•c in factory-supplied matenak nr wntkmunship Lu yarn a ttr.WU mile. (whaMvcr r~acurs foal (khrr a+vengea and services xe desrrihed on pagn fi 9. hems a caditamr that are rra rmrnd by the Ntw Vehicle limited Wartanty are dneriltd rm page. I 1-12. Wha makirrg warranty repairs, the dealer will use Irad rx Ms4arnfi pans a mrurtufanur[d pans that art arrMxircd hY frond. COm NT CITY OF - 1~la.rtle 6"eaek - ~losCda t -~.~,.. January 4, 1995 M E M O R A N D U M VM S~NNfIPFJ) LAVE +runTK: eucx. Fwamw ~::tir)e) m.FraoNe oeu vr~sau r~x nw) xcsw TO: Kim D. Leinbach/City Nanager FRON: Robert S. Koeoy/Director of Public Morke 1~fKi~' kE: STATE CONTRACT PURCHASE OF NEM FORD F-150 PICKUP FOR PUBLIC MORKS The Marranty on this vehicle is a at antlard Nan of acturera Marranty of three (3) years, 36,000 miles. This is a full coverage Marranty, Dumper to bumper, parts and laDOr. Please see enclosure, a copy of Ford Notor Lonpany Marranty, for detail description. If you shoultl have any questions please call me. RSK/tb Enclosure (Copy of Ford Motor Co. Marranty) cc: Lyman Fletcher/Nayor rnmmxssaoners / Jim JarGOe/Deputy Crty haaayer Kelly D. Burton/Acting Naani/Sanit Division Director FILE - EUUIPN'eNT V ~. ~ It ie my recommendation that we purchase four new police vehicles from the Florida State Contract which has been awarded Lo Garber Chevrolet in Green Cove ap[Snga. The cost of the 1995 Chevrolet Caprice, Base price (w/ 4.3 liter engine) S 15,676.00 Spot light mounted 95.00 Bucket front assts / Vinyl rear seat N/C TOTAL 3 15,771.00 BQUIPMSNT L/B Supply L/B Bqulpment Gall's Light bar 547.00 639.95 624.94 6W300 Sw panel 79.00 79.00 79.99 BP100 Siren speaker 175.00 188.60 179.99 Security screen 316.00 350.25 314.99 elect equip mount 100.00 129.00 99.99 1,217.00 1,386.80 1,299.99 Betimete on Vehicle marking 300.00 TOTPy PBR CAR 8 17,288.00 (This price does not Include a radar unit) ~~:~ etc 2~,~a CITY OP ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION MEETING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEM: Purchase of Police Cars SUBMITTED BY: CNIEP DAVID E. THOMPSON, RESEARCH BY CAPTAIN JOHN C. CAMPBELL DATE: Deceaber 28, 1994 BACKGROUND: The Police Departoent currently has several patrol vehicles with over 100,000 miles on they. These vehicles need to be replaced as soon as Dosaible. The purchase of four new patrol cars was approved in the 1994-55 budget at an estl~ated 570,000. Since the start of the fiscal year, Capt. Caopbell has been checking the prices of Police Package vehicles through a variety of bids from various agencies. After evaluating the possibilities, the State Contract appears to offer the best deal for the Atlantic Beach F~olice Department (See attached reeoa~endation). Ne can purchase four of the Police Package Chevrolet Caprice vehicles and outfit them for approxiaately 517,288 for a total of 569,152. This price is within the budgeted funding for this purpose. RECOMMENDATIONS: NE RECONHEND APPROVAL POR SHE PURCHASE OP POUR (4) 1995 CHEVROLET CAPRICE POLICE PACKAGE VEHICLES POR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. THE STARS CONTRACT PRICES HAVE DEADLINES, AND NE RECOMMEND IMMEDIATE APPROVAL IF POSSIBLE. ATTACHMENTS: Reco~~endation fros Captain Caapbell including specifications and proposed equipeent prices. / ; ~ I i REVIEN BY CITY HANAGEN: /.,t~ i>. ~_ a%1//r/~ AGENDA ITEM N0. 7 ,i(r CITY OF ~'~+t~rtie ~iaek - ~lesida w aosa ,.n.,umc m=acv, vwpm~ vav-sus ra~waVe o~n xtsw FAr IMQ XLSmS January 3, 1995 To: The Honorable Mayor and City Co~iseioners From: Maureen King, City Clerk Subject: BOARD VACANCIES/APPOINTMENTS The following ie a reminder of the appointments which need to be made to fill vacancies or seats which will shortly become vacant on various boards: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BOARD: Robert Frohwein - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed July 1990 Ruth Gregg - Resigned effective December 1, 1994. (Term would have ezpired December 31, 1995) Ms. Gregg has served continuously since 1982, first on the Advisory Planning Board and then on the Community Development Board since its inception in 1986. PENSION BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Richard E. Nhite - Term expired December 31, 1994. Appointed by Co®lssion Jenuary 1987 John Fletcher - Term ezpir~ December 31, 1994. Appointed by Commission January 1993. TREE CONSERVATION BOARD: Hope Van Nortwick - Term eapires January 31, 1995. Appointed February 1992 Mae Jones - Term expires January 31, 1995. Appointed February 1994 Both Tree Board members are willing to serve an additional term, if appointed. /~ ORDINANCE NO. 25-95-26 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, ANENDING SECTION 6-31 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO ADOPT THE NATIONAL ELECTRZGL CODE, 1993 EDITION, AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE BE ZT ORDAINED BY THE CITY CONNISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLARIDA: Section 1. Chapter 6, Building and Building Regulations, Article III, Electrical Code, Section 6-31, Standards for materials, installations, etc., is follows: harabY amended to read as Section 6-31. Standards for materials, installations, etc. All electrical construction and all materials and appliances used in connection with the installation, maintenance and operation of electrical wiring, apparatus or equlpment for light, heat or power within the city shall conform to such rules and regulations as may be embodied in this chapter or as may be adopted in this article and shall conform with approved methods of construction for safety to life or property. The regulations set out in the National Electrical Code, 1993 edition, as approved by the National Fire Protection Association (N.F.P.A.), and in the N.F.P.A. 70E Standard for Electrical Requirements for Employee Fbrkplacea es approved by the American National Standards Institutes are hereby adopted as the minimum standards for all electrical construction within the city. section 2. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its final passage and adoption. Passed by the City Commission on first reading this da of 1995. y Passed by the City Commission on second and final reading this _ day of 1995. ATTEST: NAUREEN KING City Clerk LYMAN T. FLETCHER Mayor, Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: ALAN C. JENSEN, ESQUIRE City Attorney .. -a~.z•..:.. . ... CITY OF ~Alairti~e ~caek - ~Cestda t160CEAN BOOLLVABO P. O. BOX S6 A7LANRC BXACN. PIOamA 7YYb8 TEIEPNONB 14011 AA0.t7B6 January ?, 1995 TO: Don Ford, Building Insp(ec~~t/~T FROM: John Ruley, Fire Chief REF: City Ordinance Change fo Electric Code With regard to our meeting coneerninq the change in Building Regulations, Article III. Electrical Code, Sec. 6-31., It is the feeling of the Fire Department that the most current version of the National Electrical Code should be adopted. With regard to the National Electrical Safe~COde. 1984 edition that is spec3fted in paragraph la), we believe that the vast current version of this standard should be adopted as well. However the wording needs to be corrected to identify the full and correct name of the standard. The wording should be: NFPA 70E, .(moat Reguiremen Electrical n place of National if you have any questions please feel free to call the Office of the Fire Chief. JR CITY OF s~antle ~eaek - ~ler(dst w ~mvou: ass ATLAw77C aE1G9. PiMIIM azusae 7H.RaONg eae bfFSM PAr hM ffFltl M E M O R 11 N D U M Janaury 4, 1995 TO: Kim D. Leinbach, Citp Manager FROM: Don C. Ford, Building Official ~C~ RE: 1ldoptioa of National Electric Code 1993 Edition The 1993 edition of the Kational Electric Code is out and is being adopted by all surrounding jurisdictions. Thin code is used nationwide and is reprinted, with changes, additions, etc., every three years. The only significant change affecting single-faaul7 bomea (over 90{ of new construction is 1ltlantic Beac}~ is single-family homes) is the addition of a disconnect switch ^either outside of a building or structure, or inside nearest the point of entreace of the service coaductoca.^ In layeaa'a terms the code is requi ring a switch to quickly shut off the power to a house. Tbia switch 1a to be located as clone sa possible to the electric meter. I believe this is a good safety feature for houses and is a feature the Fize Departments Gave endorsed for several years. DCF/pah cltr or •z>a~rlc u~ce ccn awassla 11atl~c ss~rr >tQOar ACOmA 1701: Adoption of 1993 Edition of National Electric Code SONITiIm ~; Don C. Ford, Building Off it ial DA2[: January 4, 1995 y~[ppp~p; National Electric Code - 1993 Edition ~[OVlm0ATI4s AIT1t~15; uevldm sl CIli MY1ACO1: ~P,Ri- ITDI ~. PASSED by the City Coaaiealon on first reading this PASSED by the City Coaaiaeion on second end Sinai reading this day of Lyaan Fletcher Mayor, Preaiding Officer A T T E S T: Maureen King City Clerk Approved ea to Sera and correctneae: Alan C. Jensen, Eequlre City Attorney ..' . ;S'ci ~~ Sec. 16-13. Pries Eacie evidence of production of garbage; duty of City to inspect prewieee. Any place or abode or any place of business occupied or in operation shell De prima facie evidence that garbage ie being produced and accuwuleted on the premises. It shall be the duty of the proper repreeentativee of the City to inspect and supervise the premises end rewove ell refuse and garbage found on the presieee, provided the required fees ae required by this chapter have been peld by the resident or occupant, or to notify the proper persona 1f the removal is not the duty of the City. Sec. 16-14. Yhlte goods: Procedure and fees for removal. All residents, occupants end ornere of realdentlal premises in the City rho have not arranged for private dlspoeal cf rhlte goods shall have said rhlte goods removed end disposed of by the Franchisee of the Clty, by placing said rhite good curbside on pickup day. Sec. 16-15. Enforcement. This chapter shall De enforced by the Atlantic Beach Police Department, the Atlantic Beach Public Morka Department, the Atlantic Beach City Commfsmlon, the City Manager or his designee, the Building Official and the Code Enforcement Officer. All parties herein referred to are hereby authorized to sign cosplaints for violation of this chapter. . 16-16. Violations and penalties. The violation of any provision of this chapter shall be punished Dy a Sine not exceeding 8500.00 or iwprieonwent for a term not exceeding 60 dsye, or by both fine and imprieonwent. Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect iwwediately upon final adoption. Sec 16-9, Existing Contracts with other than City Franchisee Since embarkation by the City into corillcallorobusinesae franchising ie a ner event, the City locations and property ornere currently under contract rith vendors other then City service for solid waste removal to complete theei` °ornertrequiringseommercial business orner or prop Y pickup of solid roars rithin the Clty of Atlantic Beac nhell be required to furnish the City with copies of expiration dates of current contracts. upovnera etion of said contracts, each business or property exclusiveLyavitheCityeFranchiseeequired to contract Sec. 16-10. Annual revier of fees. A rerier of residential and b mthecDirectordof Financeeend shall be conducted annually Y msy be ad}unted ae franchise rates are negotinted betreen vlthCcontractualnrequirementedand anyiunforeaeenofuture dlepoeal fees. Sec. 16-11. Noncomp lience. The Franchisee shell not be required to collect any garbage, recyclable hews or garden trash rhich does not comply rith this chapter. Sec. 16-12. Removal of lot clearing, contractors' debris; oil and grease. Trash and treelremovaldorr triwmingeeintexcesa ofithe cleaning, amounts specified En this ordinance, or lot clearing an contractors' debris caused fraw Dullding, rebuilding or otherrlse altering of buildings or serforming ihel rork. removed by tl,e orner or contractor F aragee, filling Spent oils or greases accumulated at g stations or similar eatebliehmenta rill not be removed by the Franchisee. Sec. 16-B. Fees for collection. All residents, occupants end ovners of premises in the City shall have accumulation of solid raete removed and disposed of by the franchisee end for the service of solid raete removal shall pay the City of Atlantic Beach the sums shorn belor for each type of service: Residential Franchise: (a) Heeidence A unit: For each residence A unit, (1) There shall be a charge of per month, payable to the City of Atlantic Beech. eb) Residence B unit: For each housekeeping unit in a residence B unit, (1) There shall be a charge of per month, payable to the City of Atlantic Beach, for each such housekeeping unit. Commercial Franchise: (a) Residence C unit: A container or duwpater rill De furnlsheO end maintained by the City and there shall be a charge of ner cubic yard per month for each container or dumpeter. (b) Commercial A unit: For each commercial A unit, there shall De a charge of for each cubic yard per month for each dumpeter. MOTE: CHARGE IRCLUDES DUtlPSTER MAIHTENANCE AMD REPLACEBERT (c) Commercial B unit: All business, professions antl occupations generating four (4) or lees garbage containers. (Awounte in excess of four (91 garbage con[ainere shall require a commercial dumpeter). 1. There shall be a charge of oar month payable to the City of Atlantic Beach, for each cowmerclel b unit, unless a dumpeter is required at rhich time the charge rill be 1n accordance rith eppllcable commercial dumpeter rates. Sec. 16-5. Leaves and grass clippings; tree trunks. Leaves end grass clippings shall be placed far collection at the curb in either a receptacle meeting the standard for garbage collection or a diepoeeble plastic or reterproof paper bag securely fastened at the opening. Tree trunks, stumps, limbs, trimninge or mete building materials shell De collected; these items shall not exceed five (5) feet in length nor shall any single item exceed a relght of forty (40) pounds or a cumulative amount of five (5> cubic yards reekly. '' c. 16-6. Burial of solid mete. No solid mete shall be buried upon the premises of the person by rhom the solid mete is accumulated. No solid mete shall De buried eleerhere in the City except upon rritten permission of the City Manager. Composting shall not be considered burial or disposal. Sec. 16-7. Depositing on vacant lots, streets, parks, etc., prohibited; compost piles. (e) It shell De unierful to deposit garbage, trash, recyclable items or any other solid vests including old furniture, appliances, bvd vpringe, tires, building materiels or auto parts upon any vacant or unoccupied premises of the CSty, or upon any street, alley or park. (h) It shall be unlawful for any person to deposit garden trash upon any adjoining lot or premieea, rhether vacant or improved, occupied or unoccupied, or upon any other lot or prewiaea, or a street, plsza, alley or park, or in any canal, raterrmy, lake or pool rithin the City. Garden trash containing no combustible matter or wetter rhich rill, during decay, give off offensive odors, way De accumulated Dy the orner es a mulch or compost pile in the rear of the premieea upon rhich accumulated. JRL ,i. Sec. 16-3. Garbage and trash containers. (cont'd) (b) (cant'd) Garbage containers shall be set our no earlier than 6:00 p. m. the day prior to collection and shall be returned to their regular place of storage no later than 12:00 sidnight on the dsy of collection. Garbage container blinds, rhich are in architectural harmony rith the building, or underground containers, may be placed anyrhere betreen the building and the street from rhich garbage service is rendered, but in no case shall they be located on public property. If garbage is stored underground or hehind a garbage container blind rhich Se not located at the curb, the garbage container wuet be wooed to the curb for pickup. Any residence or commercial unit to rhich this section creates a hardship to either the resident of the property or the frsnchieee for plncewent of containers for garbage service shall apply to the Director of Public Morke or hie designee, rho shall thereupon determine thv location at rhich garbage containers shall be placed. Garbage containers located other than as described in this section shell not be emptied. ~ In cases rhere lots run frow street to street, the provisions of this section applicable to front yards shall also apply to rear yardm. (cI Inspection and approval. All garbage end tramh containers shall be subject to inspection and approval or condemnmtion by the Director of Public Morke. Appeals of his decision way be wade to the City Manager. (d) Dumpeters required. All Commercial A and Residence C type unite shall be required to have a coswerclel dumpeter for diepoeal of garbage end trash. It shall be the duty of the Director of Public Morke to determine the size dumpeter required. Appeals of hie decisions may be made to the CSty Manager. Sec. 16-5. Alternate diepoeal of recyclable items. Any person nay donate or sell their orn recyclable itews referred to herein to any person, partnership or corporation, rhether operating for profit or not for profit. Sec. 16-1. Definitions. (cont'd) (n) Yhite goods shall mean appliances such ee refrigerators, freezers, stores, ovens, cashing machines, dryers, rater heaters, air conditioners, compressor unite, microrave ovens, television seta and the like. Sec. 16-2. Solid Yaste collection. All solid caste accumulated in the City shall be collected, transported and disposed of by the City or a contractor designated by the City Nanager. No person shell collect, tr¢nsport through the streets or alleys of the city, or dump, incinerate, or in any other manner dispose of solid caste originating in. the Clty except through rritten agreement rlth the City Nanager. Eeeh residence and commercial unit shalardetraeh ands solid caste it generates into garbage, y recycleblee for collection. All garbage containers shell be emptied and the contents thereof shall be disposed of at least trice each reek in residential dietricta. Dumpetere in residential dietricta and in the business dietricta shall be collected ae designated by the Clty Nanager. All yard trash shall De pleked up end disposed of a least once each .reek. All containers for reeyclahle items shall be emptied at least once each reek. The number of days per reek of solid caste collection vhall be set by resolution of the Clty Commission. Sec. 16-3. Garbage and trash cantainera. (a) Containers. No garbage shall be collected unless it ie placed in a closed garbage container. Said container shall be raterproof and shall in no event exceed the dimensions of • standard thlrty-tro gallon garbage can or Dag. Nothing shall De picked up, collected or removed by the franchisee unless it fe rithin a garbage container ae defined herein. <bI Set out and storage. No person shall place e container in Front of a reaidentlsl unit in rhich he does not reside. Garbage contsinere set out For garbage collection shall be placed at the curb of the street From rhich garbage service is rendered except ae otherrfee provided herein. Sec. 16-1. Definitions. (cont'd) (eI Commercial B unit shall wean any buelneeeee, professions or occupations generating four (41 or less garbage containers. (Amounts in excess of four (4) containers shall require a commercial duapeter). (f) Garbage shall wean every refuse accumulated from cooking, cleaning end housekeeping. (g) Garbage container shell wean a wetal or plastic contsiner of the type conwonly sold ae a garbage container, in good condition rith a tight seal. A plastic beg at least 1.3 wil thick rhich ie tightly sealed shall also be considered a garbage container. <h> Recyclable items shall include but not De limited to metal cane, glace bottles and jars, and plastic (including soft drink, ^ilk, rater, juice and detergent) bottles end jugs, nerspapere, wagazines, telephone books, corrugated cardboard, metal coat hangers and any other materials rhich ere designated by the Director of Public Marks. (i) Garden trash or yard trash or trash shell mmwn all the organic refuse accumulated from the care of larne, shrubbery, vines and trees. (j) Residence A unit shall wean a residence occupied 6y and the place of abode of a single family rhere one (1) kitchen only ie provided end maintained. (k) Residence B unit shall wean duplex residences under a single roof, or apartments consisting of tro (2) and not more than ten (10) housekeeping unite under e single roof, or a priwary and secondary drelling on the saws lot. ll> Residence C unit shall mean a group of more then ten (10) housekeeping unite rhere it ie not feasible to have garbagm picked up from each individual residence end rhere a dumpeter is required for centrml pick-up of garbage and trash. (m) Solid Yaste shall mean the solid portion of the waste streew including but not liniteA to garbage, refuse, rubbish, recyclable itewa and garden trash. ORDINANCE NO. 55-94-28 AN ORDINANCE ANENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACN, REYRITING IN ITS ENTIRETY CHAPTER 36, SOLID HASTE, AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE BE IT ORDAINED by the City Commlaeion o1 the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida ea follows: Section 1. Chapter 16, Solid Ma6te, Se hereby rerritten to reed ae tollore: CNAPTEB 16 RESIDENTIAL AMD LONNERCIAL SOLID PASTE AYD RECYCLING FRANCHISE Sec. 16-1. Deiisitiona. For the purposes of this chapter, the tolloring rorda and phraeea shell have the aeaninga respectively ascribed to then by this section: la> City shall Wean the City of Atlantic Beach, Duval County, Florida, a aunicipal corporation, end its goverment. fb) Cooleaion shall aeon the City Coaniaeion of the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida. lc) Franchisee shall mean the indivitlual, partnership, or corporation rho or rhich is arardvd a iranchiae by the Coaniaeion to periorm the rork or eervlce, or to iurnieh aeteriale or equipaent, or both ae set forth in this iranchlae ordinance. /d) Coaaercial A unit eAall mean any business eetaDliehaent required to have a coaaercial duapater. Mithin thla claseiiication are, by way of example, atorea, ahope, grocery stores, food stores, amuseaent houses, drug and sundry atorea, dry goods and Aard goods stores, package atorea, Filling stations, shopping centers and restaurants. :;r. F.. y: ;. CITY OF 1if[lartle ~eaaF - ?!etld/t U. SP@1012.D.U Af1.AMIC tom. PI.Oi~ 73Z115LL5 lHT7flOIlE IIM12Qd~N PAX BMI Tn~lS JANUARr 4, 1995 MoNORA®I.E tMYOrt ANp Cm COMMISSION MEMBERS ATLAHIIC BFJ.CtI, FLOwoA DEAR MAYOR AND CRY CONNISSKJM MEMBERS: WE ARE STLL NI THE PROCESS OF NEGOTNnNG A CONTRACT WTM WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR THE PRIVATIU710N OF OUR SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES. THIS F3 OBVIOUSLY A VERY IMPORTANT PROCESS AND WE ARE TAKING CXtE 70 BE T110R00011 AND CO-IPIETE. YOUR AGENDA NICLUD6 THE SECOND READING AND REOVISfTE PVBLIC HEARING. FOR THE ORDINANCE IMPLEMEMING PRIVATQ117K1N OF SOLID WA3TE COLLECTION AIID DISPOSAL. R IS MY RECONNENDA710N IN VIEW OF THE ABOVE YOU READ TIE ORDNANCE ON SECOND READING. OPEN THE PUBLIC HEAIBNG (RECEIVE PUBLIC NIPVi B' DESNiED) AND CONTINUE THE SANE TO THE NEI(T REGULARLY SCHEDULID CRY COMMISSIOII MEETNKh1AMIARY Z3, 1995. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSNN77A710N AND PLEASE ADVISE F 1 NAY BE OF FURRIER SERVICE. SINCERELY, ~ ~~~`~ CITY MANAGER cc Cm ATn7RNEY Cm CLERK DErDrr Cm MANAGER PuBLK: WdtKS DwECipt ~W brs:.. ar. :. _. ..... ...._ .. =~enYLl.~lo.:+~kilmnr.~.:.-..:..~:iiY~.~: cITY of ATLANTIC BEACH N4 -14028 NMI p`I ra~ i~ NS~ NAME ~oAl ~Js.~ CITY !~ 00 I-0006- 344-9000 ~j3°' ~~, l~au~esw / /Vtaa~}- MAKE CHECKS -AYAttE TO CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA e.~« .~ baiv~d ~i gI100 N Ogle 001477! .. CITY OF ~Alamtie $tae~C - ~letida w ~E auio wnwrrts recce. nuem~ auusw tvrreora ow: uamw R.x Oro in91s December 21, 1994 To: Ann Meuse, Finance Director From: Carl Walker, Beautification Coordinate Rez pttat:hed Deposit to account •001-0000-366-~J000 for Beautification fuM-raiser Ann, here's a copy of the receipt for f 433.00 deposited on December 36 representing conies col leMed by the Beautifi- cation Committee at their holiday luminary sale. This amount should~be added to the beautification budget, account N 001-5003-542-52.00. Prier to your time, this was accomplished by resolution to the Commission for their ap- proval. I'm not sure how you want to handle but please let me know. If you have any question, call me at 3828. cpy: Kim Leinbach, City Manager (e) All ex Leting public and private recycling infraetru cture shall be fully used to the extent poeeible when plannlnq and implementing the local government recycling programs. Funds shall not be used for duplicating exietinq private and public recycling pro9rame unless the applicant demonettatee that such exietinq programs cannot be integrated info the plann¢d reeycl ing program. 6. Each recipient of grant funds shall maintain accurate records of all expenditures of grant funds and shall aeaure that these records are available at all reasonable times for inspection, review or audit by Department pezeonnel and other pereoMel authorized by she Department. Records shall De kept for a period of at 1¢aet 3 years following the end of the grant period. The grantee agrees that it will expeditiously initiate and complete the program work for which aesistanee has been awarded under this agreement in accordance with all applicable provisions of Florida Statutes and the Plorida Adminiettat ive Code. 7. Allowable coats may be charged to Chia agreement beginning either October 1, 1994, or the date Chia agreement is fully executed, whichever date is later. e. Grant funds chall be included in the grantee's Annual Audit performed under the Single Audit Aet (A128). Any eubgtante made by the grantee shall also include a provision far the eubgranted funds to bL included in the eubgrantee's Annunl Single Audit. A copy of all Single Audits shall be submitted to the Department of Enviroiuaental Protection, Solid waste section, by March 31st of each year. 9. The Department has the right to terminate a grant award and demand refund of grant furda for non-camplimce with the terms of the awazd or the Solid waste Grants Program Rule 62-716. Such action may sleo result in the Department declazing the local gcvernment ineligible for further participation in the program until the local government complies with the terms of the grant award. 10. Grantee shall obtain all necessary construction-related permits before initiating construction. 11. The State of Florida's performance and obligation to pay under thin grant agreement is contingent upon receipt of funds presently anticipated from the Florida Department of Revenue. 12. Travel expencec incurred aze included in the amOUnC of CRLa grant and no additional travel expenaee will be authorized. Any requests for reimbursement of travel expenses moat be submitted in accordance with section 112.061, Plorida statutes. 13. The Department reserves eha right to unilaterally cancel Chia contract for refusal by the grantee to allow public accece to all documents, papers, letters, or other material subject to the provisions of Chapter 119, Florida statutes, and made or received by the grantee in conjunction with this grant. 14. The Grantee Se prohibited from using grant funds for Che purpose of lobbying the Legislature or a State Agency. pRRT II - CRANT CONDITIONS A. GENERAL CONDITIONS: 1. The method of payment, for the period October 1, 1994 through September 30, 1995, will be on a reimbursement basis only. 2. The grantee shall elect to submit reimbursement requests on either a monthly or quarterly basis. The method chosen shall be followed for tae entire grant period. An original of the r¢Lmburs®ent request, with summarise and appropriate contratts attached, shall ba due on tae leer day of the month following the end of the reporting period (monthly or quarterly). Each reinibuzcement request shall be submitted in detail sufficient for pre audit and post audit review. 3. Gt:nt funds may be expended through September 30, 1995_ A final reimbursement request moat be submitted no later than October 31, 1995. 4. Reimbursement requests moat be signed by the designated Authorised Representative. Thin should be the same person who signed th¢ grant agreement. If there ie a chmge in the authorizetl representative during the grant period, iae Department must be notified of tae na+ repzasentative by resolution or minutes of a commission melting. 5. Expenditures shall be limited to allowable items as listed in Section 62-716.430 of the Solid Waste Grants Program Rule: (a) Solid vests recycling grants shall be need to provide fuwding for recycling program capital caste, which Lnclutle equipment purchases, solid wnsta scales, facility construction and other such costs approved by the Department. (b) Grant funds may also M used for operating subsidise, provided that the applicant shall demonstrate Chat such a use la necessary for the success of CM recycling program, and shall show sow the subsidy will benefit the program. (c) Recycling grant funds shall be used for projects to assist local governments in recycling paper, glass, plastic, cocatruction and demolition debris, white goods, and mstal• and in composting end recycling the organic material component of municipal solid waste. (d) Solid waste education grant funds shall W ue¢d to promote recyelinc, volume reduction, proper disposal of solid wastes, tnd market development for recyclable matstlals. Op to 30 scent of grant Funds may be used for plaminq _~_._ __ studies to asaea• the feasibility and success df the recycling and education programs. Equa! OpporGtniry Employer DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES Solid 15'asie Division November 9, 1994 ~F- e Ms. Ann Meuse Director of Rnance City of Atlantic Beach NO Seminole Road - Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Dear Ms. Meuse: The City of Jacksonville has bean awarded the sevemh Year Recycling and Education gram from the State Daparlmem of Environmental Protection for the period October 1, 1994 through September 30, 1995. The amount that your aY is eligible to receive is detemtir~ by a fortnuW that is based on population figures provitled by the DEP as stated below: Population (Incentive x Gram) Total 12,383/701,808 -017849458 x 940,523 = 18,800 Attached is a copy of the gram mndtioris titat must be compNed with in order for yore city to be eligible to receive reirtdxxsertM!nt of funds. K you intend to appy for your share of the seventh Year grant furxts, You M 1 subnat m'ari4i9 an Pin by December 31. 1994. H yore plan is not received by tl95 date you wry rxrt be eligible to receive arty of the 1994!95 gram funds. Once your plan is submitted and accepted reimbursemem for experMiUaes ran be made. The deadline for aA reirrWasenrents is August 31 .1985. H doaxnenfatlon a not received by this date you wiA not be able to be reimbursed. K you have ertY auesti«ts or need additicxral assistance. please do not hesitate to cd me at 8324749. Su~elY, J~nn Carter` Logistics & Administration Manager JC:rb Attachmem cc: Swtt Kely. P.E.. Division Chief Accourttirg Division f~ b16 N. ].AURA 3(RE6~ 818 PI[)OR / JACR80NVR].E, YI.~A 871VL8166 '' I I f' 7E1~E1ONe 901 / "~48D10 PAx ca /881{{71 Rind an RgeMd P9,= ~"'" CITY OF 1Qllawtie b'taek - i7louda ~sAkD'nts urn i,_,__.. _.. _. ____. __. ____ A7ldMlC Y'wN.PLOa~JIIi).t41 TF1Htl01'R OMI lfl~N)1 ~~ PAX Oa6 il~9al Decesber 6, 1994 Me. JaAnn Carter LOGISTICS b ADMINISTRATION MANAGER CITY OF JACKSONVILLE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES SOLID HASTE DIVISION 515 North Laura Street, 6th Floor Jaeksonville, Florida 32202-3156 Dear Me. Carter: The City of Atlsntic Beach intends to utilize our Fiscal year 1994/1995 share of the seventh year Recycling and Education Grant sonies in the tolloving canner: 1. Cospoating Bine 67,200 2. Recycling Bina 63, BB0 3. A~lvertieing 63,000 4. Coounity Flyers 62, 520 (printing) Total 616,600 Me hope you Sind thin expenditure plan acceptable. Me look Sorrard to the continued association rich the Recycling end Education Grant Fund Progras. Sincerely, ~~ Robert S. Kosoy, P.E. Director of Pub11e Morke RSK/tb cc: Ki^ D. Leinbach/City Manager Ji^ Jarboe/Deputy City Manager Ann Meuse/Finance Director Kelly Burton/General Naintenanee Foresan FILE - SOLID PASTE. RECYCLING Your consideration of this proposal is appreciated- It is my intention to recommend these changes for the better operation of our municipal government and meet the priorities you have established for our community For your convenience, I have enclosed suggested descriptions for the positions noted herein. I would be most happy to answer arty questions. Sincerely, (~// ~TCYm D: I,einbach City Manager Enclosure - _ maintenance. Duties include landscaping/la~~ arkteeenpa Safety program pesicide/fertilizer application, parke/ple 9r,1'lus chart of organization coordination for the Parks Departm reflects this configuration: please note, this is working position in addition to assigned seP ~e lY responsibilities. The individual will be expected to pcuticipat mowing, plant care, Playground and other equipment repair, etc. along with supervising personnel, budgeting, planning, et al. I am proposing to fund the Recreation Director as currently provided within the established pay range- Re9m ~g the Parks Department Division Chief, I recommend, as previously noted, converting the current, The vacant Maintenance Worker I position to then $ 5,027 and eno ds at pay range recommended, grade 10, begins $36,189-I am planning to hire an individual, if You concur with my proposal, at the beginning step ($25,027). When compcued to the original position, funded a[ $14,196 per annum. the additional cost is $10,831. This difference may be obtained from our city hall lawn maintbe~ of la~n9 t, totaling $14,000 for one year. I have discussed the pos ~ ty lawn maintenance performed by the Parks Department as led by a new Division Chief with experence in this area and feel we could do the job. If you agree with this scenario, we would actually save $3,169 a year' even wish enactment of the upgraded Parks Department position. I can requesting your approval to restructure the department with the goal in mind to assure equal consideration in both these important service areas. My recommendation is to hire a Recreation Director responsible directly to the City Manager. This individual would be charged with the general mission to plmr our parks layouts (ie. functional design) and ensure their usage to the mmdmum. In the latter regard, I errvision coordinationlcoopercxtionvith all city departments, other governmental entities(eg. school system, county et al.) and private concerns as well (eg. YMCA, leagues and the like). The organizational chart would look like this: au r+~ u`ms. In addition, I am recommending the upgrading of a current, vaccurt position to one entitled Pcaks Department Division Chieih~ ~ dual would be responsible for all parks arrd_assigned ty rig CITY OF o'i@Yawtie $'eatk - ~letlAfa w~ roAo A1I.AMIC ~, n,osmA vzusu+ m o~n u}aw PAX ~M~ 1A91T November 2, 1994 T-Trmnrable MayOT and City Commission Members Atlantic Beach, Florida Dear Mayor and City Commission Members: I am herewith proposing a reorganization of our Parks and Recreation Deportment. Tn that the Director's position is currently vacant. as well as one Parks Mairrtenance Worker 1, it is an opportiure time to make any changes. Specifically, I am recommending the dividing of responsibilities concerning parks and recreation activities. Currently, under the Atlantic Beach Code, the Parks and Recreation Director reports to the Public Works Duector and then City Manager. This position also supervises three employees arrd one part time. An organization chart would depict this structure as follows: n Q p . N E N O R A N D U N TO NR. KIM LEINBALH CITY NANA6ER FROM DRVIO E. THONPSON CHIEF OF POLICE GATE 12/06/94 SUB~EL7: REPLACEMENT OF FUEL TANK FOR EMERGENCY GENERATOR WE HAVE RECEIVED THE APPROVAL FROM 911 TO DONL FORD7 ANOF WALLYAREWFO OLDH US LAST EMERGENCY GENERATOR. AS YOU WILL RECALL. YEAR THAT THE TANK NEEDED REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR DUE TO RUST. THEY WERE CONCERNED WITH POSSIBLE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IF THE TANK STARTED LEAKING. WE EXPLORED AAM UR FUBLILF WORKS PERSONNE LI HEIPE DU USI SEE Kfi ALTERNATIVE SSTETHE BOTTOM REPLACEMENT, LINE IS THRT THE TANK WAS A CUSTOM OESIfiNED ITEM, AND REPLACEMENT IS THE BEST OPTION. POSSIBLEOINWHEN TH£MWORK ISE COMPLETE DT AND THEE COMPANYR ISP PAIORNTHENS WEO WILLS SUBMIT COPIES OF THE RECEIPTS TO 911 FORANOMTHE YR HAVEN APPROVEDA THEA EXPENDITURE. DISCUSSED THE MATTER WITH 911 IN DEPTH, I HOPE THAT THIS INFORMATION IS HELPFUL TO YOU. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE 00 NOT HESITATE TO CALL. LC: MS. ANN MEUSE. 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E.N.D. Grant, Sanitation Fund & Internal Service Fund Estimated ADDTODriaLlOfls Revenues Account A` Account Tittle Debit r i psttl Sr~r 4S2 See attached list: Explanation: To record agreement with 9-1-1 to fund cost of repair to the fuel tank fd the emergency generator. (Memo attached) To record funding of Parks Maintenance Chief . (Memo attachedi To record EMension of the 1993!94 B.L.E.N.D. grant to December 31, 1994. To record the award of 516,600 recycling grans frx 1994/95 (Memo attached) To record proceeds from sale of luminaries to offset cost of supplies. (Memo attached) To adjust salary accounts for general employees and City Clark pay increases. Prepared B -~ i'~-~-, - Approved By: Y~ Kim Lei ac ,City Manager Ann Mates, Flnanco Director Commission Action Required: Yes V No RESOL07ZON NO. 95-2 A RESOLUTION TRANSFIOtRING CmtSAIN MONIES BETWEEN PONDS WHEREAS, the City Charter Of the City of Atlantic Beach requires that the City Co®ieaion approve all budgetary increases and transfers from one fund to another, and fYHEREAS, the nature of budgetary systems and those day to day decisions affecting such budgetary systems require adj uetment from time to time. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Commission of the City of Atlantic Beach, that the attached Budget Adjustment No. BA 95-2 be approved for the 1994-95 budget. Adopted by the City Commission this 9th day of January, 1995. Lyman T. Fletcher Mayor/Presiding Officer Approved as to form and correctness: Alan C. Jensen, Esquire City Attorney A T T E S T: Maureen King City Clerk :. __. _.._:~_a~_~..5b ,~Cla«r!e ~tae~i - ~lerlda ~P~ O~triri NO. 95-1 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA EXPRESSING APPRECIATION FOR THE ENTHUSIASM AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT SHOWN BY GATX LOGISTICS, INCORPORATED IN ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH BEACHES HABITAT; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Cfty Coaaission of the City at Atlantic Beach recognizes and applauds the contribution wade to the citizens of AtlantJc Basch by GATX Logistics, Inc. and its eaployeec, in partnership •ith Beaches Habitat, and WHEREAS, the City Coaaission desires to take action to publicly thank GATX Logistics, Inc. and its eeployees and to encourage then to caniinue their cork •fth BeacMs Habitat , and WHEREAS, the City Coaaission of the City of Atlantic Beach •ishes to encourage other corporations and their eaployees to eaulate the high standards of coeeunity involveeent and support exhibited by GATX Logistics, Inc. ^nd its seploysea, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH. FLORIDA, AS FOLLOVS: SECTION 1. The City Caeaission of the Cily of Atlantic Beach expresses its sincere thanks to GATX Logistics, Inc. and its dedicated eeployees for their .ork as a Beaches Habitat partner in the conctructfon of the house •t 1988 Francis Avenue. The City of Atlantic Beach encourages other groups and corporations to tolloe the exaapla of GATX Logistics, Inc. and contribute to the fine and necessary cork done by Beaches Habitat for our coeaunlty. SECTION 2. This Resolution shall Decoae etfectfve iaeediately upon final passage. PASSED COMMISSION ONs Lyean T. Fletcher, Mayor 5a CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 11/TER7/AL 8ERVICE FUNDS cale~n su~lAaTOC raEVS7Ales AIOpOPpp00gFg GNCYC! 10<911VIfi TOTAL IiE,/E141E3 ~ ~~~ i`rsiAaowiq Ntlc87888 ABmHgafm FIer 116Mere TOTK E3mEN01711RE4 AcnuL euoaET s F n 7Np/IN~E3q 581719 111485 f1e488 NOVEMBEga OFFB1IDef n9.~1 1m.u1 mssn mere Q773T )1]471 fa1AS1 205475 1T1e12 1f1,IX6 751.738 0.156 37,71e /,791 905.507 /4115 7207D1 9,387 ~'~ 4316 159.387 5018! 196417 218]08 98,857 N,19 _ 11418 779421 1.11tA81 7LL53:!5 /T7412 27.7ST 11~wac kl m!71(1µ P'~emr 8~rfo~ 82111p BW~ IN4N /27,OQ ilk ~iBrQry BZ1A 279418 u,61e ]B,N1 7107 7451 91.700 15x9 12.158 23Q1 TmK 7um1 fa9.a1 205475 1n41z n.799 -~- °i ~ x~.: 3a:-+-:aau .v=ii- -sr~ evv:~t. GTY OF ATLANTIC BEACH STONMWATER DRAItU6E FUND CCA66Ep 81WMYOf REVFl~E3 AID O(PEtD1I11AE3 BIDOET ACTUAL ACTUAL &lOOET 1Ti ElA6PE0 awlnN EtD 1a6a.6'.f 166,A5 tiWiS MOVE-OERW 6b~rU~Fr ab.m IIDA06 76.681 1~2D N.Mp Y1W6t EefYP 5.116 SL66 873 ®t l16a1 TQfAI.avFiunDNEVENUEis a763a1 a7sooo D.666 4.666 H.666) F~ar..F,~e~ TOTALIEVEMEB F2'~8 ~Il~w TO7ALE70oE1D17Uf~S Pad 6161NI.w C0~6SIO~ C~Y066ti TmYn TOTAL eza66 w.sa x.666 9?n a7es61 anew nsn os366 nwoe ?P,161 761.766 ]2N'0 %.6Q %B1T 1ao.866 m,00D ap,1D) i 'k' ~,-.diA~r?YiwL.iFfz~~'~°~~1451~-. cm of anarmc eeacH SANRATION FUlIO coLeerEn tppaAWYOF PEVF11LE8 AIO E)~EI/kl1~s 19i4A! 1Yp4M3 ~ 1pp~/~ED tMONM EIO t1OYE16ERr DFFFAFl1CE ~E3 aslv.s..1r< r ~ ttee.lTe t,ta,pop 1n,50D 156pn p1,eelt rorAL aFETUTplpptv~uuES tlise~as , +ssa~oo fei w - em e00 . . ts ap.mt P1b Yrfippgppn~ _ 11T71 teip H91 p_aq TOTAL 1iEVF.IpFa 1/n uc ~1MZH 1p1aLS uses Dfar1 tleR~ puDA 1Sm_.affi 11eDee 1L1p as]pa TOTAL EAPOOOIFES seam lancer 1Tear 1V 1r ~>g IikYEMIED OgatMtOQt F~ldfl/FS ~r omc nw nnu srp uAr P~rlnlinYla• IQppe M1.1W Ta.64 epees 1V.ta ~~ sro.ae e~ e~ TIA7p e,m rr1a.. m~ aAto at tee m.ppp ran teen a TOTAL poem lma ri. mar fn 10 ss+a1 _~ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH sewea urarrr FuNo oo3leerEO suwAaroF r~cve~s AIO FxvElom~s I! euocsr ACTUAL ACIINL BUOOEt 1neLwlvso 7MONIN EIO taf¢-cf 1YY4i6 1ii~i5 1 occcr&..s swra.rb Bew tlrpe ea.riz taot.wr )m.zre x13,3n 7eon a...e.dwvae.e.ryw /A77.OW s,)nstr amm sss.te3 (A.Wq a..romrm.Ol.w saoan 111,070 w.rol 1s,173 la»1 a..r~ eoooo eai3 w.sm s1,1n c r ~iwc. o~.e. seo~ mend xAer ».erc (n.1e~ ` ~ ~ 171,763 ee.000 r,soo u.n7 10RM ibelrrw~ 7.136 3orALarenA77r1o aEVEauES zaues 7.oxl.aa wl.sos ~6rwr (>5.~11 PMYeerEea~nMetbee olrrraera. 70TAL aEVEHIIEB Et~EB AfY~eOeetli Beao~rr~a OetIWO> AOeIOYYeM ~d Noo-OhWOSI TOTAL E1~0970UPE7 ~s Wend eWwe.e 1'ir OIIY7 01e18~Na Tleoin TOTAL o eoa eau 6•,me w,fa wasasi _r16~ nlefan zQ1Ae6 7.6lOA3e s~6e.aL+ mnrn rr77I701 1.067.e16 e.rn.fol 7ee.lee 176.676 ee2eo6 eq,161 768161 1,N7AeD FASO 3B0.1e7 fe7~ es.7so S'1,tL in2N 70~e zenYre 71n91 1216967 fie. 87e~ e01.8S6 e3ree1 71,716 66.76e S,BI7 e0),257 1,116.1M /W,166 W/77 17,76e Be2176 6ABe.771 eafu 7.W0 MS.tt2 727,BM e66.7! 6®SO 50900 2ee7..7e 7]n3e1 W,Qt 77.133 t2W96f RA71 77.3A O 7mso QMmI -4- CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH WATER UTILITY FUND CONBWED BWAMY OF REVEIAlES AND FJ(PENdi11RE6 BUDGET AGIUAL ACRBLL BUOOET iT1L F1A.49ED 21M3MfN ENO 1992-0.7 1991-05 1991-05 NOVEIBER W OFIFJBE7ICE RFVFM C] BYYme6 Wrlf 138,991 511.135 95,770 112,978 27,198 Esm Welr 985,511 M1,209 110176 1x.108 06,709) WWf QR-k FM 11,171 28,090 1,667 1$11 (~ SrNO1 m1999 11.011 16.060 2500 7,616 5,718 D188911119 X91991 752.5]0 W,OW 10,900 Q090 y,08] tttirca..mwl clr9w ~A91 96.m 18.151 sea) cw317) erno. RllwMO191m1tlim >• Ia00 68) e0o 07) tYr1IGi61bpe'7aene 67350 90,]® 10.131 1,715 15,3587 YMMFjOYq{ 56.171 10,500 1.750 381) 2,1W 1818191eas 5100 120 1N TOTAL OVEMTNG REVEMEB 7.181).18% 18TL7]7 272122 283,750 21,878 POer Ylr Emmbmon ri,116 3.166 19.116 75,W0 0101 P19a10s 1.117.199 2]6.163 WB.ltll TOTAL REVEIBFS t~B9 N) ]8689W 611892 ]12888 (1968261 E>2E1!®BF3 AY/e 91141 R10,E) 1aQ177 1)1316 ®,ti77 101899 911~tr.laorllrex ]st.~ 1.1N,BN 19t,90S atm tls.teo As6re19991..1entoo-o119111d x37.139 726.wz mat) 1o1.ms 16991 70TAL F>mOQf18~8 1821A50 287]BW N7.7A 219A76 ]87892 (aFan n2 u 1 M~Tlpl' W1wlr Sallow 7a.N2 ]B1,N9 90118 30867 9166 OpwipF~llnw ]H.IOS 801,7tt 131,119 719896 11131 cw9row7 wo.193 1y0,285 x+111 rpsT 798.7E O1u 811Nw 98,967 166,61 27,)51 2],761 T181W1 2M.M1 200.000 35.737 188W 16.16 TOTAL 1B1AY f1mm5 N7.1A 210.176 28752 _} 1 ~ - _-i..-ti'~P 3. _. fi'-: .?°+41~e8t5ASo.. General Fund Revenues 21.tonths Endetl Novembu 30, 1994 (38 d %) Intergovernmental Revenues (26%) Charges for Servkes (16.1%) Interlund Transl N,) Miscellaneous Revenues (7.2Y.) Licenses and Permits (Z6%) Fines arW Forfeitures (32.1 %) Taxes General Fund Expenditures 2 Months EnAetl November 30, 1994 (1 7%) Planning aM Zoning (17.6Y.) I 6)legal (9.6%; Inler/urq Transfers R~O~i c.rr <o ..r.,~n R~ % v ~ r.d. „r (2 4%) Cily Ckrk (0.3X) BeautAValion ` .) Sueets an0 Roatls (1.6%)COtle Enbrcemenl (106Y.)Gene a~Govemment _2_ (37 A5:) Pabce CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH COMRINEO SUMMARY OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND BUDGET ACTUAL ACTUAL BUDGET 1716 ELAPSFA 2 MONTN END 7982.99 199/.85 1W/-95 NOVEMBER 9/ dFFERENCE REVENUES Try 2,1[2,/91 2.616.5/8 /79./23 788,387 ([73.036) 13/,210 18{,500 27,N7 37,022 9P03 ~nrrrylRwv~s t0BBP20 1.205PS5 200P78 19e,892 R1//) QlrprtrS~sloss 39,2/8 92 8/3 S6,ON 66 000 8,3/1 11 000 13,1M 12,580 3,803 7,580 Fear snO FaWsr M'resesrra~ Rw~ia , 86.788 . 31308 . 5.750 6P92 512 yr,M.y 7urNrs 1018.721 s00.ao9 83.333 93.333 (0) ToiK OPERATING REVENUES /,3,157 1,667,/38 mx1o s173W (258.650) PkrYrrFSin4rass 30.788 5.131 30.788 75.657 De01RxMr 1~./9B 750.800 73.000 (23.0001 TOTAL gEVElA1ES I.T82--850 19u.7Z/ 907]71 51878 Q5B%~ DCPE787fTUiE9 dgAOsirira6m Bu76ny PlIm~9 800 Zaig D8y (ik Fn se..r.d Rrb Br~ia9an Pali In0 Reialim Nm-DSprbri0 TOTAL f07P01 1/7,986 21319 18.188 6,/82 152,085 211P13 36P79 30,119 S,ro7 99,105 137312 22,085 15,900 9,756 100 097 273370 35386 MP19 (JI,OSQ . 7?51,0& 1,997,026 297,177 2/675 31.989 703,588 BO6P72 751,155 /15,086 39.098 536P9o 971383 ,72.127 s2.3o3 30.72/ 21P37 /9,721 9.197 2272 SPiS 110P80 773P89 29.000 U.7B8 15P01 109.331 6/3,ro1 707.2at 61,150 /2,611 713,871 REVEM1E90VER MoE70 N09Tro1 r70B37W p(pE110RI1RES tA7.~0 ~~ RE90117tCE ALLOCAT101t Psmsi SsrrFs 2.N9.9P12 2P5026/ N1,711 395,311 19.199 N.,"~19E~ir 7513M ty9P73 211,939 195279 19.87 „~PyI OiM ~ 2MP07 280,0 13.112 2P08 10331 Tye IW.331 913.701 707P8/ 61,150 1133/ Y9111N1 SerNOS Furls 713P21 TOTAL -1- CITY OF ~llaartie $'taek - ~losirla MEMORANDUM Date: December 19, 1994 To: Kim Leinbach, City Manager ~,n /~~ From: Ann Meuse, Finance Director fit' - ess sFAnnotE aow ATIA~TIC BP ILIr. FIURpN 122715M5 tFJFAbNE dell $lFSWa FAX IfM12It~5lDS Subject: Statements of Revenues and Expenditures - 2 Months Ended November 30, 1994 Attached are the Statement of Revenues and Expenditures with comparison to budget for the two months ended November 30, 1994 for the following funds: • General Fund Pape 1 • Water Fund Page 2 • Sewer Fund Page 4 • Sanitation Fund Page 5 • S[ormwater Fund Pape 6 • Internal Service Funds Page 7 Also attached is a deviled budget report for the two months ended November 30, 1994 for all tlepartments, divisions and Funds. As I svted in my memorandum last monN, the revenues in the General FuM are below budget. This is due to property vxes which will ba collected in subsequent months. Expenditures in General Government ara above budge[ due to annual premium payments made on the Ciry's inwrancs policies. Revenues in Me Udlhy funds will lag somewhat bebw budget due to seasonal fluctuations. Water consumption is generally lower in the fall and winter as eomWred to spring and summer. I have obvined several lease proposals for the fnancinp of tfre police motorcycle and the other equipment purchases as approved in the budget. The commissbn has aDOroved the bid fa the motorcycle and I woultl like to finalize the financing. Also, the auditors have completed their field work and will have a draft of the finarciat statements to present to the Commission on the January 23'rd meeting. Please call me if you have any questions or nerd any additional information while reviewing the monthly financial reports. 3d- CITY OF ~lartie ~eack - ~lettda w~mvots aun _____ AilAN1IC lFACB. PIAYLDI]12V~S~LS 7fl~eONE PMI XF6M ~('\ FA% AM ilFmlS January 3, 1995 To: Kin Leinbach, City Manager Fm: Carl Walker, Beautification Ceordinat or Re: Usage report, Community Center, December '94 Kim, here is a recap of activity at the ptlele Grage Cormunity Center for the month of December: BROUP OR EVENT M11®ER OF PEOPLE it OF TOTRL USE fiR Meetings 90 14 ABET performances 236 ~' ABET rehearsals 92 14 Crafts, cribbage, scrabble 28 4 Homeowner Rssoc. meetings 65 10 "Discovery" School Classes 108 16 State Attorney hearing 36 2 Miscellaneous 24 ~ TOTiiL 699 300 % Increase/(Decrease) in total usage from prior month (2721 ,~__~. _,.~._~..3G CITY OF l'~Alartie ~,eaele - ~lotida w sermvoLE awn - ----- an.~~rttc arxv, vtoam~ ~zusws ~.Z Tn~xone tom; u+eaeo six ~i xtass M E M O R A N D O M January 3, 1995 TO: Rim Leiabach, City Manager FROM: Doa C. Pord, Building Official RE: Huildinq Permits Please be advised that the following permits were issued in the month of December, 1994: TYPE PERMIT NC.PERNITS PERMIT COST CONST.VALOATION New Single Pamily 3 6,800.82 312,895 New Duplezea 2 6,255.04 100,238 New Townhouses Additions/Remodels 7 4,018.82 232,610 Swimming Pools 1 30.00 30,000 Commercial/New Commercial/Remodel 1 202.50 25,000 Garage/Carports Demolitions (House) Demolitions (interior) Demolitions (Commercial) Sheds Fence 2 20.00 Driveways 1 25.00 Signs 4 84.00 Tents Trees Otilitiea 5 2,660.00 Wells 3 30.00 Roofing 5 247.50 32,549 Miscellaneous permits issued is connection with naw construction, additions, remodeling, etc: No. of Permits Permits Costs Electrical 32 1,052.10 Plwabiaq 21 1,545.50 Mechanical 15 697.00 Inspections performed last moat k: Building Concrete Electrical Pl mbinq Mechanical Misc. 60 23 72 78 37 3 Occupational License Inspections - 3 INPORMATION COMPILED HY PAT HARRIB - BOILDINC DEPARTMENT ~. ~EiZM14eS i . ~ CITT M ~ILR[C titl8 QT[ CO!/QSSIO~ I~LINC S[1A {QpQ ACEImI- I7Q1: BUILDING PERNITS REPORT SDt11IT[m K: DON C. FORD DATL: .Tamuary 3, 1995 !AC[Ct01111D: December 1994 Permits Report ^av~mosaa: A1T~(g: RCYICY[9 ~T CITi 1Yt1YCS: ~ .eon n~ gyn. 3 ,,, :~,3.~s- .:. S~'fY OF ATLANSIC wR.lna CODE le7Rnw(~RyRn~' iLTIVZTY REPORT ENFORCEMENT ~~ `~~ AKO KARL GRVNENALO, 0.000 CI7T Of AILRIC MJCH CI7i COIlRSSI01 !~'[ING Sl'IP! 1RORt AGOmA I70f: MONTHLY CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT SOLIMI1Tm iT: DON C. FORD ~An= Decesber 30, 1994 dAq~p; Code Enforcement sr<au~mosna~: AnA:amrts: acvlerm sr clir louts: ~~~~i ~~~ Aca~~ nmc ^o. .3Cli ~, CITY OF ~1lartte b"eaels - ~lotCda ~xIIP~MIti2I#tIIlt WHEREAS, the celebration of Arbor Day was first observed in 1872 with the planting of more than a million trees in the State of Nebraska, and WHEREAS, Arbor Day is now an annual celebration throughout the nation and the world, and WHEREAS, trees can reduce erosion of our precious soil, clean the air, moderate the temperature, reduce our heating and cooling costs, and provide habitat for our wildlife, and WHEREAS, trees are a renewable resource giving us paper, building material and fuel, and providing countless products made of wood, and WHEREAS, trees in our city increase property values, enhance the economic vitality of our businesses and serve to beautify our community, and WHEREAS, trees, wherever they are planted, are a source of joy and a symbol of renewal. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor of the City of Atlantic Beach, do hereby proclaim January 21, 1995, as A R B O R D A Y in the City of Atlantic Beach and urge all citizens to celebrate Arbor Day and to support efforts to protect our trees and woodlands, and Further, I urge all citizens to plant trees for the beauty and well being of this and future generations. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have set my hand and caused the official seal of the City of Atlantic Beach to be affixed this 9th day of January, 1995. LYMAN T. FLETCHER Mayor f~ ` Page Two Minutes - Special Called Meeting December 19. 1494 In further discussion, the Mayor invited City Commissioners to attend the charette. Jim Jarboe reported that Carl walker could not be in attendance, Dut had requested that the charette be held following the Tiring of the new Recreation Dlrector. The Mayor indicated that the charette had been tentatively scheduled for January 14, 1995, but hoped it would be possible to have the new Recreation Director attend even if not yet Officially on the fob with the city. Commissioner Weiss requested that Laura D'Alisera from the City of Jacksonville Parks fi Recreation Department be invited to either participate or to serve as the facilitator. Other suggestions for facilitator were Jim Seroka of the University of NortT Florida and City Manager Kim Leinbach; however, it was agreed to leave the final selection of the facilitator to the Mayor. Commissioner Rosenbloom suggested interested citizens should also be invited to participate and the other cbmmissioners concurred. 4. 1~nv other bwiaess There being no further business to come before the City Cosmission, the Mayor declared the meeting adjourned at 7:40 PM. Lyman T. Fletcher M11YOR A T T E S T: Maureen King CITY CLERK MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION HELD ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1994 PRESENT: Lyman T. Fletcher, Mayor Steven M. Rosenbloom, J. Dezmond Waters, III, and Robert G. Weiss, CDmmlasioners AND James R. Jarboe, Deputy City Manager Alan 0. Jensen, City Attorney Maureen King, City Clerk In the absence of the Mayor (who entered the meeting a few minutes late), the meeting was called to order by Mayor Pro Teen Waters. Agenda Item #3 was taken out of sequence and acted upon first. 3. Authorize Dream tion of his ric o ~s by the Beach Historic Society a_d amrov -ation th for Commissioner Rosenbloom indicated the Beaches Area Historic Society (BARS) served the entire beaches area and was a benefit to the community. While city ordinances would prohibit making a charitable donation to this organization Commissioner Rosenbloom suggested that the city contract with HAHS to present a historic slide show for a fee of S500.00. The indicated funds would be available from monies Saved on the recent purchase of a motorcycle for the Police Department. The Mayor suggested Commission Contingency would also be an appropriate source of funds. Ii was moved by Cossrissioner Rosenbloo., seconded by Cosaissioaer Waters and unaniaously approved to authorize azpeaditure of 5500.00 Eros. Coss.isaion Contingency to compensate the Beaches Area Historic Society for the presentation of a historic slide show, In further discussion it was agreed to review city ordinances relative to charitable donations to see whether this section of the code should De amended. 2. Mayor Fletcher reported that at a recent meeting the Recreation Advisory Board had decided to hold a planning charette. It vas their intention to hold this all-day planning sesslon on a Saturday and they had requested that the City Commission authorize expenditure to cover the cost of a facilitator to assist the board with their task. It was roved by the Mayor, seconded by Cas•Seaioaer Waters and unanimously approved, to authorize ezpenditure up to 51,000.00 to cover the coat o£ a facilitator and provide l~mch for the satnraay work session. k ~~ ° Department of Environmental Protection ciOr'"~ T~lonea. f'(orW+ 3]399-3000 December 1, 1994 Mr. aLn C. Jaeaaa Jaaaan a HoYld 11LYOrnrYa At Lar Toe brtn Third etc.r_ J.ek.oa.ul. s..eh, noriAa 3zzso-oas7 asp Daa ags.raet 3W. Da-16-Ia7 90y 711a Ifo. 162429572 Oraataai City of atlartie Beach Dear Nz. Jans~nt Y~A~ & We1MeH ~7 ~auant to onr phone eomaraation on eovrbar 30, 1991. Z r adl.taq you that pa'oPoaaC laogaagm moditleatinea to the 8°°aeaign suharrgad Laude Oro ~Mraarat hu hrn r~-Sarad by the lmgal eounaal, for the Oaparemant of rt+otaation and the propoaad Laequaga modification u f.~wf...«.w thm oorrampoadaaem dated ~ 2, 1991, L not ~ acemptabU. you alas indi.oatad to r tN City of atlaatie Bmaoh Board Laetlog bu ham K~ud far Omar 13. 1991, aad at that tiaa L~l Ceonaml'• ++oaswdatlanm to you could pcraaot Dap your cllmnt. An mrtaamion la basby gzantW to your climne mtil Dmeaaatms 30, 1991. Opoa zavipe aad axmptamem of the eam agrmamant lnmtrummnta~ r r1.ll tranrit the uam agcmrant fww..,...... for tidal foaDa~ta1 m:aeetioa and a folly aaoutW inatzoret rill b• pro-idad to yen your elimat. If you zmgoira aay additional Safoaatioa plmaaa do dot hgitaG to Contact r at the lattmrhpd addrmam (ditrtotW to Mail etatien Bo. 126) or at (901) 188- 2297. ~Wy D: Clary Sahmmrgad Laada section Barmau of Land lyyyrnt Darticma /rdc ax city o! atlantic Beach ..a.otrcr.: xrsx a-,. ,:,<7n~n^-. :.... . :. .............. ~r ~.adrr~r. RECEIVED DEC _ q ~ '.r. i'd'.:!^i:Y'~la~ 4::: t~t.F24~¢i. r JENSEN ~ HOULD 4nawm.vLs 7asaarmi'nm~ arneer POaP OPlICE 801[ Q0167 .ucsosva~a euctt. rtce~ aaoo~ca Aho 0. Jmaa aepAmA !loaN 7d~7eme PoN 9~a-]EOo Noveetbar 70, 1994 ~`~~~ Euby D. Clary - Buyaargad Lands Seetien Bureau of Land Nanagasent Services ~~~~ ~ lfe~6~nt Protection 39C0 Caoonvaalth Beulevard Tallahaasaa, PL 32399-3000 ~' DN ~eallnt NO.: ~-16-147 BOT Pile NO.: 162429572 ~~= City of atlantic Basch Dear tts. Clary: adviwiltya~~ our talaph°n. cpn°anation earlier today and your your legal dapartsaat yea indicated that reel. would not letter to ~Y of the ra4uastad changes as set tortII in ry prior vii! sand ae rzi ~~r 2, 1994. Z turtyez understand r~~t yon oontiraation to that affect. a tsi ~ direction tree rya City Cossiesior of atlantic 8oach abls to advice tasting is Deceabar 12, 199a. I will ye instructions to ai ~I ~ ~lapyona the follorinq day o! their liaitations z undaestaad that this rill be within the ties a4zgatent. agnestad for signing and returning the Proposed I look forward to receiving the atorasaid written confirsation soon. Thank pon vary mch. p~'Y LrolY Yours, 11L71N JENSEN 11CJ/sky . - ec: Nr. 1Cia D. ~~LeinWch, City !tanager . ttr. Eoyert•S. 1COSOy, Director, Publio ftorks .. Imo. Brian E. xiams, Comellp 4 Ricker, Znc. r__ .. . -. - . •~y D. Clary ~ r November 2, 1994 Page 2 9. I cannot agree that i! the parties cannot negotiate a sattlsmutt of en inequity that the final resolution is left up to the Hoard o! Trustees, one o! the parties to the agreement. i do not bsliaw I would Nava a problem with racoaexWinq that the City . - agree to binding arbitration ar sosa other altarnatiw. 11. -Vanua !or any litigation should ba in Duval County where -the property is~loeatad and theta our Saprovoants era located. It is each sore reasonabin for your state-wide agency to litigate in 1W1v~alga~COVlanty~tnatiC~ttis !or City o! Ltlantic Beach to Nava to I would ba aora then happy to discuss the above concarna with ou and perhaps a mutually acceptable agreement can be reached, y I look forward to bearing lroa you soon. Vary truly yours, 1+L71N Jffi7SEN a1C7/sky ec: !~. Rim D. Lainbach, City Manager Nr. Hobart 3. Rosoy, Director, Public Works Mr. Brian E. Rientz, Connelly 6 wicker, inc. " ...... .. ..:.~o;..:.....:tr..;:.. r ~- JENSEN ~ HOULD Anawam,c Lw ~oe~'amrosts~r - F75fOpf7CgBWC50/67 JM~OaVp~E aEtCli. PI.O[td]5 JR54o.0~g~ Ahn G Jm•Ly a~AHadd November 2, 1994 ~O°0~~'~ F~ SMa 2+s9e6o Ruby D. Clary .. ... .. . Submerged Lands Section Bureau at Land Nanagement Services Department of Environment Protection Nail Station No. 125 3900 Commornraalth Boulevard Tallahassee, pL 32399-3000 RE: IIsa Agreement No.: II71-16-147 HOT Pila No.: 162429572 Grantee: City of Atlantic Beach Dear Ns. Clary: I am the City Attorney for Atlantic Haack and have reviewed your correspondence dated October 13, 1994, to the City in care of our engineers, Connally i Wicker, Inc, I have also reviewed the requested thateign Submar4ad Lands Ose Agreement which you have the City sign. I have aevaral concerns with the proposed agreement, including why we even Head one since we have Permits from the Department of Enviroe~mental Protection, as well as from the DOT, for this project. P epog~iaic concerns Z have regarding certain paragraphs oP the rc 4reament are as follows: givin2~ The amount o! the fee is autremely vague and is like 4 You a blank check. I would want to have some idea of what teas to expect and perhaps a "not to exceed" amount set forth in the agreement. 3. I would suggest that the term "iaediately removed^ be replaced with •removed within a reasonable time it necessary`. s• It Your department is going to retain the right to terminate the agreement in its sole discretion, the City should be rebated a prorate portion o! any tans paid to bo determined according to the life of the agreement. The City should also have a reasonable time within which to relocate, it necessary, its lines. -, IISwffft team a avexaf a >s Iq(w•c IIVb(pmt [xvr rmm er [qf sewer 01 [I4fi0~ 9 9•• ocf ~ 1•fu.l R e • m bi••pwet 1Wli~t iI. fatru o[ D11~•leeb L•e0•.~lq•ot K q [o[ tb fo•[e o[ Ssa•!••• of tb Ist•te•1 I•pewret Stet 1mL 0 'ellflldl• . 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FI+OamA ~OOL57 Ahv C..ImKy 30ephenA HaJd December 7, 1994 Td~eo0 u8-25pp FY )901) Z46'1Yd90 ~tYrOt atlantic e~ea~ioners-~"= DBLIVenY 800 Seminole goad Atlantic Beach, pL 32233 RB: Sovereign Submerged Lands Use A 4reement Dear Mayor and Coaiesioners: mainvundar puckett~CreeblcRos~ Florida DBpthas =f a 6" sewer force City execute a Sovereign Submerged Landa Us~eAsted that the collection therewith and a copy is enclosed. 4reement in sat~Porth in mY letn e~! ~ az'diDg the Droposed agreement, all as is enclosed. Z also enclose amber 3. 1994, to DEP, a copy of which DHp and a letter Eros Ms. Clumsy a~ DHP dated ter o! November 30 to I would request December 1. 1994. agreement and the request Eros D8P ~ response to the proposed concerns I have addressed r that it be signed as ia, and the agarding the agreement. Thank you. Very truly Yours, C• SEN Enclosures Am/sky cc: Nr. Rim D. Lainbach, city Manager Mr. Hobart S. Rosoy, Director, public Rorke !(r. Brian E. Rientz, Connelly i Rlcker, Inc. :`4 ~: DIMENSIONS Ie~^Y (Par SAE J732(.] 8. N1. (m) h, b, (m) A Ouerae opere8r18 haipht fi6y raised 142' (4.31) a Fieadi, h^y raised 22.7' (.57) ^ F10ipM b hige Dom, h+8)'reised 11'Y (3.46) ^ MesalaFn roWaplc et grgrd 40° e Orene traigla b by d BOPS 9' (271) ~ Mudrram ¢a6ng aapb iZB° ^ Oapae bnBih 16'3• (1.97) a DigpYq depth 6.7• (.17) F Dump Btgb 45° J WiNdbae 87• (22.1) F Dump heipM 8' (2.74) Ueratl pid114 ks:; bucAet 79' (220) Cure dBY8r1CB Cird82WD 31.1' 4WD 34.1' ~. o ~a ~~~ ~o ' M tlaM Su d d MAdr XTFV4VAtRi Di (Per SAEJ~ n ^ t8ecidroe pper flsascld Fi]wrOeO K Trareporl hagM 129'P.66) 123'(3b1) - L Slabsprse6- TmepM O ti 73' (226) 73• (z28) - psn lp poMeon f03' p.18) 105•(3.18) - r crauldderKroe 1z.1•(oa1) 1rrp.31> - M Overa6 Wd810e- t rt d oe er tmepo I^1ph 2711•(6-9% - - e Oren wish 73•(226) 76•(228) - ^ a99rW dep81, mxornun 149' ps) 15'P (4.87) 189' (5.71) e Dgp:gaapF~za er<bdedn 148' (IA7) 153' (4.~ 189• (5.88) ^ D"rppirp Oap8L 841 11at bcllwn 133' (4.08) 14'i' (429) 179' (5.41) f Operadrg hdpt4 hiy reified 17L' (528) 179' (5.11) 189' (5.98) "~ r i LoadYlp height 118'(351) 12Y (3.71) 14.1•(428) • las6rrp rs^Y1 68• (1.68) 53• (1.66) ev (zs4) • aeadl FarllswYl9 piwl 183' (Sb1) 198' (5.79) 22.1 •(6.73) w Sriq pAdbrear cda oYllwirrs 3'85•(1.09) - - i &rdael rote6on Derr^al purpose 1557285• 1687189• 1667788• Meal'dtAY 1557188• 1W7180• 1687188• • SwYg arc 168• 188• 180• i lsrsiq srrpb 14• 14• II ArlyN ddep^ase 16.4• 15.4• ur wwpr.w ~.u' x R rr a~>•• ~ M rrs rna nsxr w.wrrn~r rw rear •er~ ® er41 r•n rrwr llV•i4K 4wrm.w~rrwerrr~rrrarrrwrr rrrw.rwrr..~ryrr re.r.r+n w r• w mrp r.rrr rwtra ~r w r~ rr rs r r sr. rrPaw r.rewrrs.rwr..rrrFarwr•rvrnrrrr~~r.M.rrre+~ra w_~!~ !! ~4tatroa t4oacars SAE ~ei~ Width in (an) w~M1 (gMi m) No of Teeth General Purpoee Scoop pig 12 (30.5) 2.3 (.07) 3 19 (45.7) 4.4 (.12) 3 24 (61) 6.5 (.19) 4 30 (762) 8.8 (24) 5 36 (91.4) 10.7 (.30) 6 1leavy Duly TreMdrg Ford Profile 12 (30.5) 4.0 (.11j 3 18 (45.7) 6.0 (.17) 3 24 (61) 9.9 (25) 4 30 (762) 11.5 (.33) 5 36(91.4) u.o (.40) s auau4la ewollas rena b (kg) Standard BarJdpe kTRA-VATON tiackhoe (.rOwd Cwowd Bucket Clowd Bucket 1ielract Elderld General Purpose 10,320 7,7211 11,570 7,620 5,460 ~ 9$10) 7,500 1122) 7~) 5~) Bucket (4508) (34071 (5099) (3361) (2408) ~~~ VT CST Ve. (kg) N ~ hdl SAE J91 Thrwgh full dPPer am SlargarC ~~ ~ 4,17o b (1e91s kaj a.93o b (1793 k~ lleuaf.'IeE 3,890 b (18741 3,490 b (15931®) XTAA-VATDq F.laerMeO 2560 b (11812 k9I 2,480 b (1125 kg) w4u nru (Secorw) 51aMerd badOroa IiB rylxldey aWlq 4.6 Budrel arl 26 t111 ry6rdx, nuaeted 32 Blldat Ounp 1.7 Swing Cyfilder, loom 80• b Mra4r 21 31a09Ytafa Aown 2.9 Dipper c]'~rday exMrq 4.1 7(TRMVATOq out 28 D'gpx cy6rday retrap 32 XTI7MVATON in 1.4 Mtl009 ViC~MOaatl.au ..s IM cepariiY drarb are it aroardanae with SAE Jai. Figtrya fYSd ere 8796 d maximum kk kxm mar aq point In 81e awing arc till ere oWraricNy 9mited. F C 5550 ) ,. iwA rT lT.: r `~'q' ~ . 1 7 .~-.: :. V.~A.!..~ m xrnA-vATO1141dendee ~\ ~; t vwlcawe lr[ICIIa (approz.) 2WD, ROp$, std backhoe. bs (k9) 13,15] (5968) 4WD. cab. sW Dackhae, Ds (kgj 10,224 (6052) tlatl[ (Traps Loader and Backhoe Loader) 2WD 4WD Front 11L-18,F3,10py t2.0.16.5.8pty (Laborar) (Sure Grip) Rear 16.&28,RI,Bpty 16.&29.R4,epty 18.424,R0,8py 18.1.2O,R4,8 ply 16.&28,R1,8pty 76.&24,R4,Bpy tOaR~OL wYrf /~y~ f d ~ ~~ nerdral.lower.p08I. 1~ a ~ sYe e Mddaf SAE Fbapatl Coping Butters capaaty wxnrl vreight au yd (w m) ir(on) bs(kg) MWa- ,.,zro.68) Ganaral 82!230) 1,730(7&5) wbrial 1.3(,.0) ee(z2q 7gfira2p ,.,2(0.88) B5(zzq tT7g(3m) ttlstsnau Ts CerMar Oi~ot 24evar, 4•kze:, ar &lerer with bd awing E~dert0ahls Q~Oparstipr Dp60fl81, 344-loaf RODS SlaMard vinyl, vinyl suspension wish armrests CA8 SW1(18ld vinyl Nrryl suspension wiN armrests, cblh suspension wipe armrests soft-ee®f Front-wheel hive Azle. Selelycab with OressuizarAleatar. Ae corw6anin9-Counterweight groups. D'aL street. mmetery. and revaraibbstabiGZar pads. Eztpldable dipper Muai~vpma beds buclel. BacMloe Ouckel apBOns. Beckhoe auxiliary hy6auaa suns!. 2-, 3, erel Iaevar hackhoacantrals Gannon preeyoim hitch Radb. Rear windowdetrostar. Back-up alarm. Dual battery, eRler !dart 4i1. Beddloe tzantarweigld group. Your FNH dealercan Iefl You about adQpional opfiaral equipnierrt. WM!lBlefauw a 1KM general nlarariar Doctor ~h• ba height 6.000 bs (2722 kg) BreaYeu broe 12.000 bs (5143 kB) (.)'pe pole Reiss b hr0 rtsight 4.5 aeaande ~ dump 1.7 exorWe 2.8 aemrxls Ta1al 9.0 aecorgs atKwr Itra>. t7K~ ^ Swkp drula-toil soil piNOn eM • lJlt Cid1111-rdd and plgon and • Buogl oicuH~and ~ SSSp Him .-;:. , . .~: Fesfrset Manufacluer Ford Engine lYDe Diesel Ratetl engine rpm 2200 Mac SAE gross hp (kw) 72 (53.6) Mac SAE net hp (kW) 65 (48.5) Tayue r 1200 engete rpm Max groat, 114116 (M) 192 (260) Max net. MOs (nm) 1B6 (252) D"aplacamenl, cu in M1) 256 (4.19) Bore, in (pn) 1.4 (11 ~ Strobe, b (an) 42 (10.7) Conipeaslon olio 16.3:1 anrrutor ss amp BaOery 1x w0, e00 ccw Y4 Syraiaatmed aMiSng Atl gears Toryoe mrwertx nwpQlioatim ratio 3.15:1 Trrlsneemon dararrxi Tans boar. baler mrmd ~!O{!~ ti~i Trasal speeds r 2280 rym ergire speed ssiM 16.0-29 ices FerswrA mph (bNh) Reverse mph lam) 2 5.8 (9.3) 2 59 W31 3 11.4 (18.3) 3 11.3 (181j 4 19.9 (32.0) 4 19b (31.9) fa~M 2WD 4WD Type lynyoep8e Fiydioststlc Steereg PemD. 9Prn Nom) n 1950 psi 5.1 (19.1) 5.1 (19.1) Turing raSos wAxekea, 87' (2.93) 11(3.4) 0 (m) eRO1fe A7lsl 2WD 4WD Sutic load radtq, IOS (kg) 12,580 (5670) 13,860 (6287) Dynemio bad re5ng, 50.000 55.440 6e (kg) (22,680) (25.128) Ford tread rnlh, h (an) 7(1(178) 88.5 (174) OecBWion 22• 22• Graan clwrrlre, in (pn) 115 (29.2) 11 (28) deals wntlweias Sbtic bad rang. bs (k9) 13,500 (6123) Dynamic bad retlng, 40.500 bs (kg) (18,370) der vAreel tread, b (dn) ee (173) Oelrembl bdc SMndard erekec Wet, mupi d'oc Pure caveGtr el 2200 rpm, gpm (Llmin) 31 (117.3) Syabm re9d Preseue, Ot+ l.oadrAsacldoe 2450 Pun? H tr+ufe a aem r» acM Gear-IYPe Y y Y. G gal (L) 21 (79.5) FlyhateK filler 10 mloron FlYdaic reersotr, gel 0.) BS (24.8) C11AIWyM (il.S 8Pr FIM itrrllt. 9Y 0.) EagYrs MerieYiOn aelYi ~r0 Mbnti 9d (() liar ens Power ebertrg aYaem, qp (y TrerWreeebn 9b M S55p O mews) 24 (90.8) a, 9 (8-~ 8.8 (15.7) 42.9 (40.8) 25 (2.4) 17 (18) ~' e l ~~.~ .,:; -.. CORD ~ Tractor Loader Backhoe ~ 555D Specifications ~ ~ ~~. _ ~. The 5550 is availatNe as a Tractor Bader backlbe a tracts Bader. EtWINE Ford fouo-cylinder diesel, 256tutkc uKft displacement. 65 SAE net Dprseppwer. Dual dry4W,rtMm air cleaner. Two5lap¢ fuel filter Mandeb cold start aid Eledrt fuel snuloll. TIIAMSMISSION Pour speeds forward and reverse linty synchronized Tongue rpnverter Electnc power shuttle. FROMT AZIE 12500-IDS. bad ral~ng 70+nch Ireadw~dth Hydrosial¢ power 5eenng olvnoNw~ rwoNr-tRNEFL-0RIrE A7[EE 3.860~IDS bad sung 685+nd+treadwroth. 22degree owuanon Hyd~xauc power steeling. REAR AILE t35001DS bad ratng 68+ncn laed tread Doube reductan. mDOard p!arwla:y final drive Mulu-plate. welEnc bakes. Ddter¢nnal bck ElECn11EAl t2wo!t System 800 CCA Danery. scamp altrnatb Sd:d slave vo!taoe regulator. uRNrwR Front and tear f Wlogen wwklghts Slop and turn Ygnals FOW-Way Safely /IdSyRtS. &ake Ighls. IAAOER Lt 2tubc yard capacity treadwbth lxckel 6.000-roc. kh fapacity t2.000~bs. deakout force. Singte-lever conudl Bucket level indbabr Hydrpm¢phdnKa~ sell~le+el~rg RelurntoEg Mtl(MO[ Center prat ta'9"Da.'kDOe. Dpilondl 3'S'%TRA.VATOR-' C1derlddMe dippers:~Ck Two-lever IDree~leve~ wdD Ippt SvnMJ. p ipN-levee cpnkys Ant Wrif1 Slabliiets Ineewuucs~snAl OpentenLr desgn produces force Ip matc+~ demarW 3lyprt gear pump Leak free O~nrg l~n~r%}s Fourgosl ROBS/FOPS a ROPS~'FOPS caD w,tn swingarourW Seal. Hand and loot Ihrgtles. 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Kosoy/Director of Public Norks DATE: December 6, 1994 BACNGROUHD: Currently, Atlantic Besch Meter Distribution 1986 l 1440 d , e and Serer Collection uses a Mo hicle JCB Backhoe, Front End Loader. This ve ' a has been extended beyond the end of lt norsal hours of operation. The coat of further aaintalning this vehicle is not justifiable from an operational/safety or econoslc standpoint. It is proposed to replan this vehicle rith Ford FNN-555D Tractor Loader Baokhoe for a s totsl cost of a40, 507. 00. The options ere outlined on Attaehaent A to tailor the vehicle to the needs of the Vater Distribution/Serer Collection crews. Particularly iaportant Ss the hydraulic and pluabinq option vRich alloys the crer to d use of the k an perfors hydroatop repair cor rod pusher boring aaehine. This purchase is to be aade under the State Contract, as rss the purchase of a siallar vehicle for the Buccaneer crer last Fiscal year. The Buccaneer crer has been very plessed rith the perforaance and uintenance on this vehicle to date. N~®ATION: Approve purchase. budgeted for e50. 000.00 on in FY Page 6 of Cspital Iaproveaent Piograa 94-95 Budget •Tractor c4X4)•. ATTACBMENTS: 1) Copy of Requisition 17264 tlon fo I l l ' ' n og s Cata a Cata ogfacturer 2) Manufacturer 1 REYIEY® BT CITY MANAGER: ~- ~ AGENDI ITEM NO-~~~ i - CORRECTION THiS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN REMICROFILMED TO ASSURE LEGIBILITY M~MnN Y~T~ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CITY CONMISSION HEFTING STAFF REPORT AGENDA ITEN: PURCHASE OF TRACTOR LOADER BACKNOE ON STATE CONTRACT ,,,.,/ SUBMITTED 8Y: Robert S. Kosoy/Director of Public Morke DATE: December 6, 1994 BACKGROUND: Currently, Atlantic Beaeh Yates Distribution snd Serer Collection uses s Nodal 1440, 1986 JCB Backhoe, Front End Loader. This vehicle hoe been extended beyond the end of it'e noreal hours of operation. The cost of further asintsining this vehicle la not justifiable frog an operational/safety or econoalc standpoint. It is proposed to replace this vehicle rith • Ford FNH-555D Treetor Loader Baakhoe for • total cart of 340,507.00. The options ere outlined on Attachaent A to tailor the vehicle to the needy of the Yates Distribution/Serer Collection ererr. Particularly isportant it the hydraulic and plurbing option shish alloys the crer to perfors hydrostop repair cork and use of the rod pusher boring raehlne. This purahase is to be lade under the State Contract, as car the purchase of a risilar vehicle for the Bucuaeer cry[ last Firwl year. The Buccaneer crer has been very pleased rith the perforunce s uintenance on this vehicle to date. . NEC088EBDATIW: Approve purchase, budgeted for 360,000.00 on Psge 6 of Capital I.proveaent Prograr in FY 94-95 Budget •Tractor !4X4)•. ATTACNBENTS: 1) Copy of Requisition !7264 2) Msnufacturer'e Catslog Info anon REYIEYED 8Y CITY MANAGER: ~•~' ' _ AAA ITEM MO.,~,~ ,, ,, ~.= i ._ ~ _. .. .iv.. ~-_ lF v.. Minutes, Page 10 December 12, 1994 NAME OF COMMAS. M S V Y V N Lyman i. Pletcher Mayoz/Presiding Officer ATTE S T: Maureen Being CS[y Clerk i Ni+wtes, Page 9 December 12, 1999 ca discuss this with the City of Jacksonville. be suggested having a Special Ca'mission Meetvg on Deca~er 19. 1994 to take action on the matter, as the Donner Camunity Development Corporation was ber=g wi„~,a,i in their work p_rding execution of the agreemnt. tie ind=sated he would provide the Commission with a Dopy of an averded agreement, a'd would schedule a Special Caimission meeting. 9. Aerx$ts and/or repuests fxm QtY O~ianSS (:itv At6omev ~ caty Clerk: Ovamus7AOet Ibeaibla® indicated he would like to discuss the aa7uisition of parkland at the rwxt workstnp session, to which it was agreed to place this matter on the next workshop agenda. Crnmissioner Fasenbloan ink,,; runt .~~,r or not it would be a violation of the city Dude to donate to the Historical Society, to which Alan Jensen advised such a donation would be a violation of the City Code. It was explained if Bed Tax was used a donation mould be made, with another mrnicipality, interlocal agreement. Ca~missioner Waters reported Bob Fowler, Fowler Narmnfacturing Car[~ny, had experienced drainage problaos and Bob Kosvy agreed to check into this and report to Conmissioner Waters. Crnmissioner Waters asked Alan Jensen if the Ric}~aztLsrn appraisal was available, to which Nr. Jensen replied the Ririia..i~. appraisal bad nvt been received as yet. Commissioner Waters indicated his desire to discuss the matter at the rext workshop session. Comiissiorer Shaughressy reported owrexrunq the p~,,~ ernimnmental clean-up at Nayport Navy Base. She suggested that Cannissioner Weiss be appointed to the Advisory guard. Ccmmissionei waters indicated he would attend any meetings zegarding this, and Crnmi.ssi.oner Weiss irrlicated he would also atteld. It was expla;no.a Perhaps a Cmmissiorer should not serve on the Board, but that a member of the cmmuuty wo+nld be a better choice. Phis will be decided in the future. Q'mnissioner Weiss UaNcad those w}m planned aId attended the city's Christmas festivities. Ca~missioner Weiss referred to the proposed capital i~rwamnt projects that had been recently older discussion, and he felt the matter should be pursued. He felt a financial advisor should be sought, and he particularly enunuraged the commission to pzooeed with the installation of census meters. There pbeing no further busi~ss the Mayor adjourned the mee`.; ~+ at 10:30 V V NAME OF COMI~IIi.S. M S Y N Minutes, Page 8 Deognher 12, 1994 b. ' ~rsassim and related acr;.., relative to DBP p®it~4 ~~ raider in oo~mrr;,., with the ;..a«a; I~ • of a 6' Bocce Pudoett Creek Alan Jensen, City Attorney, indicated he had several concerns ~M~~PrePosed Sweseign Subxerged Lards Use Anxeeme, that of Emri ~ protection (DEP) had requested, and he refer*ed to dauurnts he provided (attacl~l herewith acd Wade a l~rt hereof). He felt it was inQortant to yet a docum=nt in ~ 9uickly as possible, before the effi of the year, so that the Protect could be ooQQleted. Ne felt the pzoblms could be resolved with the UePar'bD?nt of EYN; ~rMal p~ with approval. Cannission Bob xosoy explained work was fader way and the city desired to ~Rlete tte pea<uttzrrJ Procedure. It was felt it world be in the city's hest interest tv sign the docwent pursuant to the tvoe wnstraints indicated by the DER. Authvriye ea3~.~-' of the acR~t fifth Under discussion, it was felt Alan Jensen's request to discuss the city's crncerns was *'°'~=hle. A su4gestien ores made that Representative Arnall should be im ited to beomie irrvolved matter. After further discussion, it was felt the ayreeoent should be signed. The question was called and the ;votion carried ~~.+; __sly. c. Q and aobeagoalt aetim relative to the salary of the Commissioner Shauylurssel' szxlgested that the City clerk's salary be inczeased in the annum of seven percent. M7tim: r+Y+n~ the ~~, of the Cf ~~ Pelt ty Cleric in the aamt of No discussion before the vote, Tt~e motion carried ~~~~~ ly. d. putd;ase orf Ra;asrlci ~~ie under Bid No. 3495-~ (This was acted upm earlier in the agenda) R. City er oats aod/$ Carr'eepcnd~- a A'ooxt .aioi ar. acttm m PY 1994 95 Cavity Dtgel~amt 81odc (+Ydrtt (CLIHCy, contract 1999. Geo reported he received the CDBG wntract m Deo®ber 12, to zge Worley, City Planner, indicated it world be naoessaz}• chancle one section of the contract relative to an7uisition of NAME OF COMMFIS. M S V Y V N ROSENBLOUM R A SMUGHNESSY X X WATERS g UEISS g FLETCFIER g OSERRLOOM g i MUGHNFSSY X X ATERS g Iss x x ETCHER x i _..taa Minutes, Page 7 0.canber 12, 1994 -..~.., ~~on. n,.+, r - Marina Drive, Susan ^Lewis,+,955 Atlantic Blvd., Majorie Gunsm, 1 Ocean Blvd., and David Le pis. Camussioner Weiss felt the Comnittee should report to staff. He felt umm~fortable having a medrr of the Cam+issim on the crnmittee. Mayor Fletcher indicated he would take this under advisement. 7. New w+~i ya: a. AIIt]]OR12e purdiase of tractxa ]oadrr bad~oe tIDder State Ontract at a mst of 540,507.00 Bab Kosoy, public hbrks Director, reported ~uzrently the City's Water Distribution atd Sewer Collection used a Model 1440, 1986 JCS Backhce, Fx'art End loader, this vehicle had been extended beyond the eid of it's roraal hours of operation. The cost of f+„•rtwr mainta'^; ~ this vehicle was not justifiable from an operational/safety or eomanic standpoint. Staff was pxtposim to replace this vehicle •.-~tt. a Ford FNH-555D Tractor loader BarJctne for a total cost of 540,507.00. Purchase was to be made older the State Contract. Motim: Autbm;~ purr3~ase of a tractrs loader badchoe at a oast of 540,507 When azked ~cexnirxl the training rm+,;,w,i to operate the equipml~t, Bob Kosaf explained staff were almady familiar with the equipnant, and that the verrlor usually sport time explainiig safety equipment. The Mayor inquired *A;m the term and scope of the warranty aId Bob Kosoy agrced to ck~eck into this. It was explained the purchase was contingent on the iidustry warranty which would be sent via fax to Commissioners. It® 7d was taka~ out of ,,,;~ ~~ acd octal upm. 7d. m,rwn.; ~ pia~diaye of Kassaki motorcycle order Hid m. 9495-4 Chief David ThooQsm intmfiwed Dare Smith, Motorcycle Officer. It was remolded that the bid be awarded to Regency x~,Uk; s Sea-DJO for the 1995 Kawasaki Police 1000 at the total bid price of $7,870.00. It was reported a diseau~t would be awarded if this was paid within 15 days of delivery. Motim: l~uwe purmaee of 1995 Kawasaki Fbline 1000 lbton-ycle to Regazy Kara6aki i S0a-I7oD fxs ffie total bid price of 57,870, to be paid rirti;^ 7.5 days of delivery Cannissioner Waters felt this was a reaction to a perceived problem and that in his opinion there was rot a great problem relative to speedrrg in the city. Crnmissioner Shaughnessy thanked Qtief Ttrnpson for the effort and time he put into the matter. No discussion before the vote. The imotim carried ++++a^i^^+=ly. NAME OF COMMAS. M S V Y V N ROSENBLOOH R SHAUGHNESSY~ X WATERS x x ItEISS X A FLETCHER X ROSENBIAON % SNAUGHNESSY X X HATERS R NEISS R R PLETCHER R Minutes, Page 6 DecEifber i2, 1994 COMMHS. I M I S I Y I N oacpel 1 mFa^aG to pay bills left by their tents, ard the la~puage had mthinq to do with getting p~nle to pay their utility bills. She felt there were srne landlords in the city who were rot willing to maintain their property, aId her concern was to try to get a better level of oanplianx;e with city codes. When pmperties were not maintained, she added, it hurt the quality of the city as a whole. She explained Fd Martin, Chai~aan of the Code F]nforcaoam Board, had attended a Code FhforoemPnt ~;~r a~ disn,Gtions were held at the s~„~r morning the two ordv~ances being the vehicle by which some cities were able to get a better level of caoplianoe, and trot was the spirit in whidt the orduiacx~s were introduced. She felt, however, that the or'di~noes contained in~*,; ties• The only way the city had to collect money when it was resrssary to repair or maintain property was through Placirxl liens against In most rases, she explained, liens were rot paid until ty was sold which could result in uany y°.ars before liens were paid. She explained the language in the ordirkanoes spoke to landlords who refused to +„~; ~*~;^ their PropE'-cries, and had rothi:g to do with getr;,,; people to pay their utility bills, or cmpelli.ng landlords to pay bills left 'vy their tervants. She asked Mayor Fletcher to appoint a oo~ittee of not more than eight members to study the problem and cn~ up with a rem~dation on how the city might better address it. She suggested staff who were involved in code enforcement inspections, fire "„art:,.,, finance, and any other deparf~.nts that world be imrolved in addressing the pmblen to 1>e present at the meetings. Mayor Fletcher appointed CaimissionlPr Shau~unessy to (2iair the property Study C~nittee, axd the following people volunteered to serve or. the Co®ittee: Brian Phillips, Domthy Kerber, FiInle4t L. Russell, Susan Lewis, Robert R. Castro, John Meserve, Majorie R. Dunson, Fogey B. Kjaz, M[. 6 Mrs. Raymond E. Makowski, Jane Wytzka, Peter Sapia, and Tim Reed. Mayor F7 atrlw. indicated a lettps of appointnmst would be sent to members of the Camuttee. Mayor Fletcher asked the Ca®ittee to have a status report for the Crnmission at the January 9, 1594 rteetiml. It was suggested issues contained in the tso orduwxa?s user discussi.co would he amt ~~ by the ernmittee, and that both tenannt occupied and omen oavpied Prepeztres mould be addressed. cAmussioner Weiss felt that more time should be allowed to stuffy the matter, and that staff should be consulted. Fie noted Don Ford, Buildup Official, prepared a report dated Deo9nber 9, 1994 (attached hereto and made a part hereof). Fle suggested the audiPme be allowed to speak to the matter. Mayor Fletcher allowed me~bers of the a+N+=^^~ to address the matter and the following people spoke: Jane Wytzka, 353 2nd Street, Minutes, Page 5 Deomher 12, 1994 I NAt.IE OF COMMFIS. M S v Y v N containers. She Wade specific refezenoe to the following sentence " NO garbage shall be collected unless it is placed in a closed gazbane container " S ,; 'te i . , nrn ed if ita~s would be picksl up if placed in a clo d se container, to which it was explained the _ language referred to garbage, only, and that otlws would ~ ld be placed by the curb. It was explaired a plastic bag aooePtable. Reference was made to additional largnage irdicatiig a closed conta;.,er toad to be d use , and staff was asked to Provide specific language indicati.tg the instar>ces in which a closed container could not have to be used for *+ items. Peferenoe was made to Section 16-8, Fees for collection and an rr i , gu zy was node as to when the fees would be placed in the ozrlinance, to which it was explained the rates had t b ~ no e indicated because the contract had rot been signed. Reference was made to Section 16-3, Cazbage and trash wntainers (b) 3rd a w r; rn c ce was asked regarding the placing of garbage cans at the curb and it was bzar3ttt out that i i n certa n parts of the City this would be difficult because the sidewalk was snail t , o which it .as explained that if there was a hardship the Dizector of Public ~brlcs ld mo waive the r t of Placing cans at the Nrli. It ras also explained that whateve r system residents had used for tlcing garbage cart's in the past would corttiznle to work in the v ture. aim Jarboe, Deputy City Manager, explained the level of service of razbage mllectien would rot be charged. 'eference was made to Sec. 16-14, White gaxls: Pzoceduxe and foes o r recwal, and it was qrn`°°tlOned tdtether or not there was a fee or pick up of white goods t hi h , o w c it was explainted there was ro ee for pick up of white goods at the present ti b me, ut that in the vent a fee was chazged sage floe in the future, the matter would be ddressed in the contract. ohn Meserve indicated he had a contract for private pickup for an I partxmnt complex and he wanted to be sure that the Proposed cdirt ance would rot prohibit such an outside contract. Mr. Meserve 3s asked to meet with the City Manager „~' ., the muter. to question was called and the ,moon carried ..,.,..s =sly. Disa>ssim of Ozdinanoe Nos. 80-94-54 aad 25-94-16 c~rt.t; i ' cond tions for the mw~r of wets and eater i asv z>° to rental pzz~t;.." ryor Fletc}:os advised ordinances Nos. 84-94-54 and 25-94-16 were not i the agenda for action, but that the language contained in the dinaru,,es had been placed on the a enda f di g or scvssi.on, only. mnissioner Shaughressy felt there was a need in the city to have method to require People to physically keep up their property in eta cr oz Co a Minutes, Page 4 Decadler 12, 1994 Mrltime 1a,.....1~• c... ,11 _ _ ~ After discussion, the question was called and the vote resulted in 4-1 with Crnmissiorer Weiss voting nay, 1T~e notion carried. Camussiorer Fnsenblocm suggested striking 'four (4)• festivals fmn (2) older Sec. 3-11. Motion: Strike mop to foie (4) festivals,' and zEpldce with special festivals,' in sarteooe (2) under Sec. 3-ll Motion died for lack of a second. Motrm: Strike 1p m fws (4) festivals,' and replace with •up m eight (6) festivals.' During discussion, David 141a~son, Chief of lblice, was asked to mnnent relative to the number of festivals per year and if increasing the number wvuid affect the Police Department. to which he replied that the nu~er of festivals mould lave no affect on how the Police Departrent would enforce the ordinance. poring discussion conoPSninq the groups that mould be allowed to have festivals, it was decided the City Manages would use his best Jud9~'rt as to the gtot>ps to he authorized to have festivals. After discussion, the question was called and the vote resulted in 2-3 with Commissioners Shaughnessy, Waters, and Weiss voting ray. The motion failed. Motion: Appxope passage of [lrN;n~..,.n No. 10-94-19, as waded 1fie question was called ald the vote resulted in 4-1 with Commissioner Ra..enbloan Voting ~Y- 1he motion carried. b. Or.t; n...,o ~. 55-94-26 -First ]leadrrg Mayor Fletcher presented in full, in writing, Ordinance No. 55-94-26. AN OM7INAN(~ AG¢I'ID1NG THE NDE OF OIZfl721At1~S ~' 147E CITY OF ATIANITC HFA(H, III3iR1TING IN ITS ENPIRI:TY CHAT>lER 16, SOLID WS1E, AND P%NiDING AN EPEFJCPIVE GATE. Motrm: Aplant~e passage of r>r~l;..~..,.o Mo. 55-94-26 m fixbt reads] affi set publrc heann9 for Jamary 9, 1995 Commissioner cna ,T, sy referred to Section 16-2, Solid Waste Collection. She Wade specific reference to the following saltenoe All yard trash shall be picked up ald disposed of at least once each weeJc." She inquired as to what was included in the bid specifications ald it was explairnd this language spoke to Yazd trash only, and tM bid specified pick up would be two days per week. NAME OF COMMRS. M S V Y V N SHAUGFINESSY X WATERS X X HEISS g FLETCHER X ROSENBLOON X SHAUGNNESSY MATERS WEISS FLETCHER ROSENBLOON X X SHAUCHNESSY X WATERS X HEZSS X E1.ETCHER X X ROSENBLOON X SBAOGNNESS° x ATERS X X ISS R X PLETCNER X OSENBLOOH X YAUGHNESSY X ATERS R x ISS X X I ETCHER X Minutes, Page 3 December 12, 1994 NAME OF V V No discussion hefor- COMMRS. M S Y ti the vote. the motion carried unanimously. ~~ F1~ Presented the resolution in pla.7ue form to Claudia City. ~~plimented him on the fine lob he had done for the I 6. Action of Otdinazrc~s: a. Oriiinanoe lb, 10-94--19 -Public gearynq 3-11 ~ ~~~ u >~• F-II~q, kg,DllG SEC. c~wwm~ ~Y HIIID p Q+ ffi2 A~ iIIIL I4PF$•1'iVE IIY178~g ~ R'IR SIXH ~pEpym Mayor Fletcher preseuted N 10-99-19, said or+1;,,~...... fi+17, in writiry, r~-a:.._ ~ No. Charter re9uiramnts. ye having been Posted in aocprdance with c~mm~ts fmn oPE'ned the floor for a Public }~ear~ and irrvited the audience. eased, or21discreti~V~•tfelt the number of events should be ~~ by the Commission. the nuRber of events should 6e Sinoe no one wished to speak further the Mayor closed the public hearing. Moti,m. SENBLOp}I APPE~ ~ ~e ED. 104-1g RAUGHNESSY Crnmissiorer~gt~q}~sy-1, felt under a previous wo A SSS X X it was the wrd 'that" should he ineo,-fr~s~ di~si~ ETCHER Section 3-11 which would read as follows: No aloo of lehall yer fconavred out of doors in public or park areas, accept tlti~ for up to (4) festivals in any one calendar Year, beer and wine may be oor'.snmad out of doors. Caumissioner Shaughnessy referred the~Ci ~ °m41Y wvth any reasonable ~ (4) •~ applicant residents."~}~~suggesl:ed reirnring the w~ "~ o~ cirri a~it~s fable." _ OSENB1.00}1 }~ ~ ~ r[ud • ~ ~ •~• N (4) of MUGfINESSY X that err Section 3-ll (2) ~~ ATERS X After discussion; ISS 1-4 with Cgmussioners~stion was called and tl~e vote resulted in ETCHER Fletcher vo imserbloom, Waters, and Weiss, and I ~n4 naY• The motion failed. MaYOr Conmissiorrs Waters referred to (1) order Section 3-11 and indicated I ("~Y wines weze above 12 8, and he suggested stn' i1cvg '128• from I -~:_r'.~ Minutes, Page 2 ~+~^r 12, 1994 ~~ri<si,..or fiPiR rested that hens a b and c be rR*roved f .,ye,ria a. ~ Nuvem6 of Cade H~foroe•att activity report for the Commissioner Weiss asked Don Ford, Building Official, to give a brief explanation regudi+g alien against pioperty located at 91 Donner Idoad in the amount of 54,500, to which Mr. Ford etplained this was a demlitirn of a house that had been oordemed by the City. b. Arlcnr~le~dgc r Hof Building Depart>~t activity repeat for Coamissioner Weiss commented on the excellent growth in the o~nm,^; ty which was iidicated in the Buit,t; ~, pmt activity report for the matth of Noveniter. c. Admgdedge xepeipt: of racreatirn facilities usage report fra the taitYh of Nwaber Since Carl Walker, Beautification Coordinator, was rot in the audience CotsnissloneT Weiss deferred discussion relative to the recreation facilities usage report. !brim: Approve Passage Of the Crne®t Aged The questron was called and the motron carrred ,+„a*+' ly.- The Pecr'eation Advisozy Board was asked to meet ooncernitg receiving bias on the the Jade latssell Park building. If necessary, it was decided to have a special ocamiission ntjetitg to act on the mstter. 'I. ~ittee/BOazd AePcttts: a• frrn lie¢aatiat Advisory Board Cynthia Corey, c7,a;,,,.,n of the Recreation Advisory Board, reported tree lighting ceremonies verse a ~ ,.~ss. Next year, she advised, there tu3y be are tree lightitg ceremtry, only. She explained are oorenonY would bring the envmtity togetlter at one activity. She reported there would be a written report later. Mayor Pletcher asked that the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board make reoomrudations regarding use and maintenance of the parks. 5. Acorn of Aatolutiats: a. Ia>aot„a;,., No. 942 - lieWgnizing [~a„i;e gm~Oe an the oomsion of his rer;.w,..,r. Mayor Fletcher presetted in fii_, in writing, ltesolutrm no. 94-52. lotion: Approve Passage Of liPSOlatim 140. 94si2 NAME OF COMMRS. M S V Y V N ROSENBLOON X SHAUGHNESSY X WATERS % X TCC X X FLETCNER X ROSENBLOOM X SIiAUGIDiESS R % WATERS % % NEISS % 1'LETCIIER % h. MD11yD~ GP TB6 I49~AR MBEriNG Q+ xnswrrr BRACH CITY ~lRSSON BBID Itl CLTY ID1il„ 800 S@@ffiE IrYfD• AT 7:15 P. M. Q4 MClII4Y, OBCf)l~li 12, 1994 PRESENP: Lyman T. Fletd~er, Mayor Steve Rosenbloom Suzanre Shaughnessy J. Deemed Waters, III, and Robert G. Weiss, Jr., Canmissioners AND: I(im D. Ieir~barh, City Manager Alan C. Jensen, City Attorney ME OF COMMES. M O 7 i O N S E C O N D V O i' E D Y E S V C t E D N O The meeting was called to order by Mayor Fletcher. The invocation eras follo ed by the pledge to the flag. 1. ApFuvval of the minttes of the regular ~~;^~* of Nove~er 28 1994 ROSENBLOOM X X lloF~nn: Apl.¢vue mtinrtes of the regalai ~n9 of WATERS X IiOVF~I ~ 1994 wEI55 X R FLETCHER X The notion resulted in a vote of 4-0 (Crnmissioner ~+~+~+*+A=sy was not present at the time of ttp vote). The motion carried. Ca~missionez Shau3hressy joined the meeting at 7:30 p. m. 2. Aewgmitim of Visitrss; J. P. Marrihinli, 414 Sherry Drive, indicated he had received information via the mail with reference to the FSr/;+*~a^*~7 Restoration program of G'fe Mayport Naval Station. Kim Leinbach, City Manager, explained he had here working with the Naval Statim on the Restoration program aId it was their intent to mike Mayport ore of the clearest, best stations in the ~trY. It was explaired there world be a meetirsy TVrsday, Deoenber 13, 1994, at 6:30 p. m., at Fletcher Senior High Sr2no1. Mayor F~ a*^~* asked r ; °=icrer Waters to attend the meetinrg on behalf of the City. i Mayes Flrt~r Presented the keys to the City to visitors frrL7 Croatia who had visitr3 the City of P.tlantic Beach through a program of the University of North Florida. The visitors explained their function in their haoe cpvernments and reported concetTU.rz3 their experiences in the United States. 3_ ~~nt Agada: a. Admwvled7e raoeipt of O7de Bnfn[io~t activity regal Ear the earth of Nwe~er b. Adanwledge recerpt of Burldug Depeu+~r activity xepoxt fie the north of Nov~er c. Adunrled3e reoPlpt of rnr.r~t;rr faCi.llties Image report fns the IIollth of Noveeberi d. Deject all bids zereivad vodrs Bid nn. 9394-14 ftg addit3ais and remodeling of the Public Safely Building Page 2 AGENDA January 9, 1995 b. Introduction and first reading of Ordinance No. 25-95-26 amending Chapter 6 of the City code to adopt the 1993 National Electrical Code New Business: a. Boardn(Expired 12131-94), stwosseatsonuPensionVBOarpd f Trustees (Expired 12/31/94) and two seats on Tree Conservation Board (current terms expire 1/31/95) b. Approve purchase of four new Chevrolet police patrol cars at State Contract price c. Approve purchase of new Ford F-150 pickup truck at State Contract price, for the Public Works Department d. Accept the proposal of Ponta Vedra National Bank for financing the Lease Purchase of Vehicles and equipment e. Discussion of proposed amendments to utility ordinance f. Authorize eaecution of Community Development Block Grant contract for FY 1994/95 City Manager Reports and/or CorresPOndrace: a. Discussion relative to fence on city right-of-way at 1850 Ocean Grove Drive Reports and/or reQaeata from City Cammisaionera, City Attorney and City Clerk: Adjournment If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at any meeting, such person may need a record of the proceedings, and, for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal Sa to be based. Any person who wishes to speak to the City Commission on any matter at this meeting should submit a request to the City Clerk prior to the meeting. Fozms are available at the entrance to the Commission Chambers for your convenience. ATLANTIC BEACH CITY COMMISSION ~~~(L ~• "~G~'• JANUARY 9, 1995 acERDa E` ,~~-( ~i~ Call to Order ! ~ ~~ ~~c~~ Invocation and pledge to the flag ~ l• Approval of the minutes of the Regular meeting of Deca~ber 12, and Special Called Meeting of December 19, 1994 2- Recognition of Visitors a. Presentation of Proclamation declaring January 21, 1995 as Arbor Day in Atlantic Beach D. Introduction of new employees ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE BY THE CITY COMMISSION AND WILL BE ENACTED By pNE MOTION IN THE FORM LISTED BELOW, THERE WILL SE NO SEPARATE DISCUSSION OF TNESE ITEMS, IF DISCUSSION IS DESIRED, THAT ITEM MILL BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND WILL BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION AND STAFF RECOMI4ENDATIONS HAVE HEEN PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED TO THE CITY COMMISSION ON THESE ITEMS. 3. Consent agenda: a• Acknowledge receipt of Code Enforcement activity report for the month of December b• Acknowledge receipt of Building Department activity report for the month of Der br c• Acknowledge receipt of Adele Grage Community Center usage report for the month of Onl-mm~er d• Acknowledge receipt of monthly financial report for the period ending November 30, 1994 4• Covittce/Board Reports: a. Report from Recreation Advisory Board 5. Action of Resolutions: a• Adoption of Resolution k95-1 recognizing GATR Logistics, Inc. for their contribution of materials, time and talent in the construction of a Habitat home b• Adoption of Resolution M95-2 authorizing various budget adjustments 6. Action of Ordinances; a. Public Hearing and final reading of Ordinance No. 55-94- 28 rewriting Chapter 16 of the City Code to provide for a franchise for the collection of solid waste in Atlantic Beach s ~. ANO WORRSROPS JANUARY 19 - -'" .~J.~..,