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Interlocal Agreement Between Beaches, COJ, and the TOwn of Baldwin 05-11-82 v I 0049 • INTER-LOCAL AGREEMENT WHEREAS , the parties hereto are City of Atlantic Beach, City of Neptune Beach, City of Jacksonville Beach, Town of Baldwin, hereinafter referred to as the "Cities" , and City of Jacksonville; and WHEREAS , the parties have entered into dialogue pursuant to respective resolutions in order to resolve differences as contemplated by Case No. 79-11883-CA, in the Circuit Court in and for Duval County, Florida; and WHEREAS , the City of Jacksonville acting as Duval County has heretofore provided good and valuable services to the Cities; and WHEREAS, the Cities are entitled to equitable adjustment in matters pertaining to services provided by the City of Jacksonville; and WHEREAS , it is in the best interest of all the citizens of Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, to implement said equitable adjustment; NOW, THEREFORE, it is agreed: (1) The City of Jacksonville will pay: (a) To City of Jacksonville Beach the sum of $100 ,000 .00 . (b) To City of Atlantic Beach the sum of $40 , 141. 00 . (c) To City of Neptune Beach the sum of $35 , 224 . 00. 5 (d) To Town of Baldwin the sum of $4 , 718 . 00 . Said sums shall be paid within sixty (60) days from the date hereof. (2-A) The Cities shall hereafter have the right and privilege of depositing their garbage and refuse in the City of Jacksonville ' s sanitary landfill operation free of any and all charges whatsoever. (2-B) The City of Jacksonville will forgive sanitary landfill charges now in existence or owed to the City of Jacksonville, and to the extent sanitary landfill charges have been paid by the Cities, then the Cities will individually receive a cash refund of such payment. (3) The General Service District will assume responsi- bility for traffic engineering, but this shall not include traffic signs within the municipal limits of the Cities . (4) The General Service District will assume responsi- bility for operating and maintaining county roads in the Cities. This provision encompasses the following: JACKSONVILLE BEACH Old Ponte Vedra Boulevard (3rd Street South) - AlA to St. Johns County Line (0 . 645 Miles) Penman Road - 20th Avenue North (Seagate Avenue) to Beach Boulevard (1 . 330 Miles) Second Avenue North - 20th Street North to Intra- coastal Waterway (0 . 478 Miles) • 20th Street North - Beach Boulevard to Second Avenue North (0. 142 Miles) NEPTUNE BEACH Florida Boulevard - Atlantic Boulevard to Penman Road (1 . 012 Miles) Penman Road - Atlantic Boulevard to Seagate Avenue (20th Avenue North) - (1. 182 Miles) BALDWIN Yellow Water Road - From the Baldwin town limits north to Beaver Street (0. 508 Miles) COUNTY WIDE Traffic Engineering for the following State maintained roads : U. S. 90 in Jacksonville Beach (Beach Boulevard) and Baldwin, U. S. 301 in Baldwin , State Road AlA in Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach, State Road 10 in Atlantic Beach. PLUS COUNTY ROAD PROGRAM Florida Boulevard - Penman Road to Atlantic Boulevard (1 . 0 Miles) - 4 Lane , Reconstruction Estimated Cost: $2. 1 Million Penman Road - Beach Boulevard to Florida Boulevard (1 . 9 Miles) - 4 Lane, Reconstruction Estimated Cost : $4 . 3 Million (5) The millage levy for the General Service District shall be that imposed by the City Council each fiscal year. There presently exists an 18 . 8% differential between the General Service District millage levy in the Cities (10 .5219) and the General Service District millage levy for the re- mainder of the County (12 .5067) . When establishing millage rates in the future, the differential shall never be less than the present 18. 8% . However, if any time in the future , additional county governmental service - are provided by the City of Jacksonville to the Cities, and .::11 parties agree not only that the said additional services are of "real and substantial benefit to property or residents within the Cities" but that the/ addi- tional services will of necessity cause the existing 18 . 8% millage differential to change, then in those events , the parties may adjust the 18 . 8% millage differential. (6) The parties fully recognize the power and responsi- bility of the City of Jacksonville to provide those govern- mental services that are normally provided by counties to municipalities and are normally considered to be county- public functions throughout the general services district including the territory included within the municipal boundaries of the Cities. The parties agree that those governmental services determined to be normal county-public functions are as follows : Property Appraiser Tax Collector Supervisor of Elections Courts Hospitals Port Authority Transportation Authority Libraries Agriculture Health (except for nuisance control and abatement) • Rescue Animal Control Human Resources Sports Complex and Auditorium Construction Trades Board Public Housing Jails and Prisons Sheriff (except police operations) County Road Construction and Maintenance Traffic Engineering on County Roads Recreation-Regional and County-Wide Recreational Facilities Only Sanitary Landfill (a) The services listed above are to be financed by the City of Jacksonville from the levy of county taxes throughout the General Service District including the land within the municipal boundaries of the Cities and from other revenues derived by the City of Jacksonville acting as a county government. Any tax levy is subject to the statutory and constitutional limitations placed upon county governments by the State of Florida. (b) In the provision of the designated county services -the City of Jacksonville shall not discriminate in any manner against those county citizens who reside in the municipal boundaries of the Cities. The residents of the Cities shall be charged no special fees or assessments in the use of county services and there will be no reduction of services to the residents of the Cities unless such reduction is made equitably on a county-wide basis . (c) Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit the power or responsibility of any county officers whose power is conferred by State Statute or the Florida Constitution. • 1 •1 (7) The parties agree that the Cities have full authority to provide normal municipal services even though these services may be provided to other portions of the General Service District by the City of Jacksonville. The Cities shall fund these services from any source available to municipal corporations as authorized by the Statutes and Constitution of the State of Florida. EXECUTED this // 7 day of yY� 1982 , in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. WITNESSES : CITY OF,0°.KSONV E ACH • GCS A BY : % I /Mayor .! / GI"4# 'v�G• City/ Manager Ci O � � �' Clerk CITY OF NEPTUNE B , C� I a) /A7'f. BY te-N t/t),: W/C-73 Ish W. Brant; Mayor Attest : City Clerk CIT O `1)/;(IPCC BEACH ad By •1C` Adi Cf��6Attest:LLQ-�ds� --� City Clerk ' / / Vt) ," TOWN F,BA.T.41, /i' ii �' /J , /, ! f By_ Its : Mayor \-\)c‘1\\\c_. ^\ 1 \ TOWN CLERK // 44,1-1.-, .-- `1. tIIL 7/ gCI Y OF JnCKSO:.V I' T E 7. ia, 3K-Dt...L.A/) porfi By its : /1'� or- (7),cd:4644:440, d. 71...424/2__. Attest: a.,. .,,,,.,__/_ _ (y,„--,,&,24„....0.," , Corporation Secretary In compliance with the Charter of the City of Jacksonville, Ido r.: / :hat the—: is : n unexpended, une 'c .t 1 balance in the -;p;� .... �. ` � "��. t�nu:•�C.s::��� .n i:a_nt to c:.rer the foregoing cc : ;,-,c.. CL, ,;.Avision has begin made to tho P :• : ;ii or the moneys p,rcvi;:ed therein to be p,;id. Director of Finance