Nassau County Board of County Commissioners Regular Session, June 9, 2010, 9:00 a.m.

Nassau County Board of County Commissioners

Regular Session, June 9, 2010, 9:00 a.m.

Executive Closed Session, June 9, 2010, 9:00 a.m.

Commission Chambers, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida

 

 

Call to Order, Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag

 

Commissioners:

Present:  Chairman Michael H. Boyle, Commissioners Daniel B. Leeper (departed the meeting at 10:36 a.m.), Barry V. Holloway, and Walter J. Boatright.

 

Absent: Commissioner Stacy T. Johnson.

 

Other Officials Present: John A. Crawford, Ex-Officio Clerk; David A. Hallman, County Attorney; and Ted Selby, County Manager Designee.

 

 

Staff Present: Gene Knaga, Clerk’s Fiscal Management Compliance; Melanie Bowers, Clerk’s Internal Audit Coordinator; Scott Herring, Engineering Services Director; Walter Fufidio, Planning Director; and representing the Clerk’s office Brenda Linville, Deputy Clerk.

 

 

Official Agenda Summary:

 

Audience Input:

RS100609 – 9:06:07 John Lavin came forward to discuss ongoing concurrency issues with an application filed by Christine Clark. He feels that all Nassau County residents should be treated equally. Commissioner Holloway expressed concern that this item has not been resolved and has come before the Board again.

 

 

RS100609 – 9:10:58 George “Bo” McKenzie came forward to discuss and seek assistance regarding Education Impact Fees through the School Board for his property. He also discussed the additional permit fees the Town of Hilliard is charging in order for him to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy (CO). Chairman Boyle advised Mr. McKenzie that the County has no control over what the School Board does regarding their Impact Fees. Mr. Hallman commented that he has a meeting scheduled with Mr. McKenzie next week to discuss this matter.

 

 

PRESENTATION(S):

RS100609 – 9:35:15 John Drew, Nassau County Tax Collector: tax matters.

 

Discussion: Mr. Drew informed the Board that his department did not collect $8 million in taxes this year from the taxpayers; but the good news is that it was made up in the tax certificate sale, which the County was the number one selling County in the State of Florida. He commented that the County would be receiving from him a transfer of approximately $2.8 million.

 

 

RS100609 – 9:37:41 Clyde Davis, Fernandina Beach Shriners’ Club: Environmental Health Department on 14th Street.

 

Discussion: Mr. Davis provided a background regarding the Shriners’ organization and their desire to lease a County owned facility for use as a base of operation for fund raising activities. As a member of the Shrine Organization Commissioner Boatright questioned a conflict of interest. The County Attorney responded that based upon his research of the situation there is not a unique benefit. Commissioner Holloway expressed concern regarding the County’s purchasing policy as it relates to leasing said property to which Mr. Hallman responded that the operative language is in Ordinance 2009-05, paragraph 5 and proceeded to explain the process. Discussion ensued.

 

Motion:   Approve authorization for the County Attorney to

prepare a lease agreement, as in consideration of the building.

Amend:    Include County Attorney preparing a resolution

pursuant to Ordinance No. 2009-05, finding that it is in the best interest of the citizens of Nassau County, Florida to enter into a lease agreement with the Fernandina Beach Shriners’ Club for the use of the Environmental Health facility located on 14th Street.

Amend:    Schedule public hearing for July 12, 2010 at 7:00

          p.m. to consider same.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Holloway   

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: County Attorney, County Manager Designee

 

 

CLERK’S BUSINESS:

 

RS100609 – 9:53:22  (Tab A) Approve the Audit Selection Committee’s list of top ranked forms for Audit Selection received under Request for Proposals (RFPs), Bid No. NC10-012, and authorize a negotiation team to negotiate a contract with the top ranked firm to be brought back for Board approval on June 28, 2010.  

 

Discussion: Ms. Bowers reviewed the request. She commented that compared to last year’s audit fee the County will have already saved $66,500.00 even before the negotiations.

 

Motion:   Approve Audit Selection Committee’s list of top

ranked forms for Audit Selection received under Request for Proposals (RFPs), Bid No. NC10-02; and authorize a negotiating committee to negotiate a contract with the top ranked firm (Purvis Gray) and bring back for Board approval.

Amend:    Include negotiating committee members as follows: County Attorney, County Manager Designee, Clerk or their representatives.  

Maker:    Commissioner Boatright  

Second:   Commissioner Holloway   

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

Follow Up: Clerk, County Manager Designee, County Attorney

 

 

AMELIA UTILITIES BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 9:56:56  (Tab B) Authorize piggybacking off the contact between the City of Tallahassee and Allied Universal Corporation for purchase of sodium hypochlorite used to disinfect the water and wastewater facility for the Nassau-Amelia Facilities (NAU) in the amount of $55,000.00. Funding source: 71500536-552401.

 

Request:  NAU Director to ensure that the he is provided with an updated Certificate of Insurance from Allied Universal Corporation.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab B as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager Designee, Contract

 Management, NAU

 

 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:01:55  (Tab C) Consider a request from the American Beach Property Owners’ Association to hold “An American Beach Jazz Festival” at Burney Park from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. on June 26, July 16, and August 28, 2010, and authorize the use of an electrical outlet for the band equipment in the amount of $10.00. Funding source: 01720572-543000.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab C as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager Designee, Building

           Maintenance Department

 

 

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:02:41  (Tab D) Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the renewal agreement with the Council on Aging (Contract No. CM1007-A4), for lease of two vehicles.

 

Noted:    Commissioner Leeper to meet with representatives from the Council on Aging to discuss transportation needs for Disabled Veterans.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab D as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager Designee, Contract

 Management

 

 

ENGINEERING SERVICES BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:05:00  (Tab E) Discuss potential priority projects to be submitted to the Florida Department of Transportation for projects that fall outside the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization boundary.

 

Discussion: Mr. Herring reviewed the request.

 

Request: Engineering Services Director to research placing Crawford-Kent Road on the list.

 

Motion:   Approve to bring Tab E back to the Board on June

28, 2010 for final list to be approved and submitted to FDOT.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: Engineering Services, County Manager Designee

 

Noted:    Commissioner Boyle to provide Engineering Services Director with the contact information of the Florida Department of Transportation individual in charge of installation of the roundabout at the intersection of the flashing light and the Parkway Grill (Gerbing and Buccaneer Trail).

 

 

OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:07:50  (Tab F) Approve Finance Package 2010-14 and associated Resolutions.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab F as stated above. (See Attachment

“A”)

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Holloway   

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and

convene as the SAISS MSBU Governing Board.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

 

 

RS100609 – 10:08:44  (Tab G) Approve SAISSA Finance Package 2010-08, Draw #186.

 

Motion:   Approve SAISSA Finance Package 2010-08, Draw #186

as follows: Jacobs and Associates, Legal Fees- April 2010 in the amount of $2,000.00; Amelia Island Company, Management Fees – April 2010 in the amount of $1,500.00; and Olsen Associates, Inc., Engineering/Permitting in the amount of $37,950.00.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Adjourn as the SAISSA MSBU Governing Board and

reconvene as the Board of County Commissioners.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Boatright

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

 

 

Motion:   Adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and

convene as the Amelia Concourse MSBU Governing Board.

Maker:    Commissioner Boatright

Second:   Commissioner Holloway

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

 

 

RS100609 – 10:09:52  (Tab H) Approve Amelia Concourse Finance Package, Request #53.

 

Motion:   Approve Amelia Concourse Finance Package, Request

#53 as follows: Southern Title Holding Company, LLC (vendor #12647) reimbursement for Amelia Concourse roadway construction cost, and invoice from A.J. Johns and payment proof by Southern Title for $382,544.24 has been submitted by Southern Title. Amount to reimburse is all available monies in Fund 366-Capital Projects-Amelia Concourse currently estimated at $100,104.33, but subject to increase of interest earnings are posted between May 18, 2010 (date of finance package preparation) and check issuance (date after June 9, 2010). This payment will close out the fund.

Maker:    Commissioner Boatright

Second:   Commissioner Holloway   

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Adjourn as the Amelia Concourse MSBU Governing

          Board and reconvene as the Board of County

Commissioners.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

 

 

REGISTER:

The Chairman signed the register for the following warrants: Warrant Nos. 168203 thru 168335 dated 5-25-10 for a register total of $629,352.56; Warrant Nos. 168336 thru 168347 dated 5-27-10 for a register total of $8,970.86;

Warrant Nos. 168348 thru 168432 dated 5-28-10 for a register total of $595,480.97; Warrant Nos. 168433 thru 168522 dated 6-02-10 for a register total of $413,380.00;

Wire Transfer No. 174 dated 5-20-10 for a register total of $1,075.00; Warrant Nos. 168523 thru 168631 dated 6-04-10 for a register total of $1,440,353.41; and Warrant Nos. 168632 thru 168715 dated 6-08-10 for a register total of $432,342.78.

 

 

OLD BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:10:54 Continue discussion of potential dates for a joint meeting with the Nassau County School Board. 

 

Discussion: Mr. Selby commented that it was his understanding that this item was placed on hold until the Fall 2010. Chairman Boyle advised that he has been contacted by the Nassau County School Board Chairman regarding the joint meeting to discuss the Radio Avenue Extension project. Mr. Herring acknowledged that his department is working to obtain various information that was discussed at a previous meeting.

 

Motion:   Tabled said agenda request until the County

Attorney and Engineering Services Director can bring it forward for discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

Follow Up: County Attorney, Engineering Services Director

 

 

RS100609 – 9:18:10  (Tab I) Sheriff’s Business: Continue authorization for the Chairman to sign the Certificate of Participation for the 2010 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program – State Solicitation in the amount of $88,398.00.  

 

Discussion: Tommy Seagraves, Sheriff, came forward to discuss the Florida Administrative Code as it relates to the letter of support by local entity governments and a request from the City of Fernandina Beach to be involved with the grant. The group discussed lack of participation by the City of Fernandina Beach; grant eligibility; and the distribution of the grant funds between the City of Fernandina Beach and the Sheriff’s Department. The Sheriff commented that he would work with the City of Fernandina Beach regarding the grant.       

 

Motion:   Approve Tab I as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

Follow Up: County Manager Designee, Sheriff, Finance, OMB

 

Dave Pearson, Nassau Oaks Volunteer Fire Department, came forward to respond to an inquiry that he and the other Volunteer Fire Chiefs were present to observe and to request a workshop with the Board to discuss funding for the Volunteer Fire Departments.

 

Note:     Reminder regarding the Fire Fighter graduation on June 19, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Multi-Purpose Facility.

 

 

RS100609 – 10:13:46  (Tab J) Continue consideration of the request from the City of Fernandina Beach for financial support not to exceed $36,000.00 for costs associated with the Nassau County Shore Protection Project Physical Monitoring Plan and authorize the Chairman to sign budget transfer. Funding source: 37525539-581202.     

 

Discussion: Mr. Selby reviewed the request; discussion ensued.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab J as stated above and the Board shall

not consider any previous funding requests from the City of Fernandina Beach.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager Designee

 

 

CONSENT ITEM(S):

RS100609 – 10:39:56  (Tab K) Approve Board minutes from the regular session held on May 10, 2010.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab K as presented.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioners Leeper, and Johnson.

Follow Up: Clerk Staff

 

 

 

COUNTY MANAGER BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:40:25  (Tab L) Consider filling one vacant position with three part-time positions for the library.

 

Discussion: Mr. Selby reviewed the request.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab L as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Boatright  

Second:   Commissioner Holloway   

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioners Leeper, and Johnson.     

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager Designee, Library

 

 

Information:   Advertisements regarding the bid for the William Burgess Boulevard project and Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Storm Water Master Plan have been placed in the newspaper.

 

 

RS100609 – 10:42:31

 

Motion:   Schedule a special meeting for June 16, 2010 at

1:00 p.m. to discuss Fiscal Year 2010/2011 budget issues.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Boyle, Holloway, and

Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioners Leeper, and Johnson.

Follow Up: Board, County Manager Designee, OMB

 

Information:   West Palm Beach County is still considering the one cent surtax for Fire/Rescue. They missed the deadline for the August 2010 ballot, but it could possibly be placed on the November 2010 ballot.    

 

 

COUNTY ATTORNEY BUSINESS:

RS100609 – 10:37:50 Mr. Hallman briefly addressed the Crane Island case.          

 

 

EXPANSION ITEMS:

RS100609 – 9:03:23  (1) Authorize the Chairman to sign the Urban and Community Forestry Grant Memorandum of Agreement and approve budget amendment in the amount of $5,588.00. (Continued from the May 19, 2010 meeting); (2) Approve to delete the input from one of the three reviewers of the proposals received in the response to the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Fire and EMS Assessment Strategic Plan for Fire Rescue (Bid No. NC09-011) as being statistically inconsistent with the other reviews, and further recommends that the said proposal be awarded to TriData with a caveat that should the County determine that it can procure through piggyback a GSA contract at a lower dollar, that that approach be taken; (3) Approve the Easement Agreement and Deed of Conveyance between John Howell (Jack) Heard and the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, related to the conveyance of Lot M of the Nassau County 14th Street Annex Property and authorization for the Chairman to sign both of these documents; and remittance of the sale price and the cost of recordation fees by the Grantee; (4) Approve Contingent Fee Agreement with Nabors, Giblin and Nickerson, P.A., for representation in the pending action in Leon County Circuit Court as it relates to the unpaid Tourist Development Taxes by online providers; and (5) Approve acceptance of the conveyance of property as described in the Quit Claim Deed between Harts Road, LLC and Nassau County and the Grant of Easement for drainage related to the William Burgess Boulevard project.

 

Motion:   Expand the meeting to consider (5) items as

          stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Boatright  

Second:   Commissioner Holloway   

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.

Follow Up: County Manger Designee, County Attorney

 

 

RS100609 -__10:38:46  Expansion Item #1: Authorize the Chairman to sign the Urban and Community Forestry Grant Memorandum of Agreement and approve budget amendment in the amount of $5,588.00. (Continued from the May 19, 2010 meeting)

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item #1 as stated above.  

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioners Leeper, and Johnson.          

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager Designee, Extension

           Services

 

 

RS100609 -_10:22:28  Expansion Item #2: Approve to delete the input from one of the three reviewers of the proposals received in the response to the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Fire and EMS Assessment Strategic Plan for Fire Rescue (Bid No. NC09-011) as being statistically inconsistent with the other reviews and further recommends that said proposal be awarded to TriData with a caveat that should the County determine that it can procure through piggybacking a GSA contract at a lower dollar, amount that would be the approach taken.

 

Discussion: Mr. Hallman reviewed the request. Discussion followed regarding concerns related to deleting the input from one of the three reviewers of the proposal.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item #2 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper     

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

          Nay: Commissioner Boyle.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.        

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manger Designee, County

           Attorney, Fire/Rescue

 

 

RS100609 -_10:32:55  Expansion Item #3:  Approve the Easement Agreement and Deed of Conveyance between John Howell (Jack) Heard and the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, related to the conveyance of Lot M of the Nassau County 14th Street Annex Property and authorize the Chairman to sign both documents; and remittance of the sale price and the cost of recordation fees by the Grantee.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item #3 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.        

Follow Up: County Attorney, Clerk Staff

 

 

RS100609 – 10:35:10  Expansion Item #4:  Approved Contingent Fee Agreement with Nabors, Giblin and Nickerson, P.A., for representation in the pending action in Leon County Circuit Court as it relates to the unpaid Tourist Development Taxes by online providers.

 

Discussion: Mr. Hallman reviewed the request.   

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item #4 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioners Leeper and Johnson.      

Follow Up: County Attorney, Clerk Staff

 

 

RS100609 -_10:31:53  Expansion Item #5: Approve acceptance of the conveyance of property as described in the Quit Claim Deed between Harts Road, LLC and Nassau County, and the Grant of Easement for drainage related to the William Burgess Boulevard project.

 

Discussion: Mr. Hallman reviewed the request.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item #5 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioners Leeper, and Johnson.     

Follow Up: County Attorney, Clerk Staff

 

 

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  

RS100609 – 10:47:43 Commissioner Boatright’s Business:

 

  • Read a letter he received from the Live Oak Baptist Church on June 1, 2010 thanking the Board for the official recognition resolution congratulating them on their 165th

 

  • Advised that he would be on vacation and would not attend the regular Board meeting on June 28, 2010.

 

 

RS100609 – 10:33:55 Commissioner Holloway’s Business: 

 

Motion:   Approve to start the process to live-stream over

the internet the Planning and Zoning Board meetings.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway   

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.        

Follow Up: County Manager Designee, Building Maintenance

 

Noted:    County Attorney’s office to distribute to each of the Commissioners for their review a draft copy of the County Manager Designee contract by June 11, 2010.

 

 

RS100609 – 10:48:29 Chairman Boyle’s Business:

 

  • Suggested that the Commissioners consider modifying the policy to allow alcohol at limited events at County owned facilities under rental agreement.

 

 

9:00 A.M. EXECUTIVE CLOSED SESSION:

EC100609 – 10:19:57 Executive closed session, pursuant to Florida Statutes, Section 447.605, for discussion related to Northeast Florida Public Employees’ Local 630, L.I.U.N.A. contract negotiations/collective bargaining strategy.  The persons attending will be: Daniel B. Leeper, Michael H. Boyle, Stacy T. Johnson, Barry V. Holloway and Walter J. Boatright, collectively known as the Board of County Commissioners; David A. Hallman, County Attorney; and Ted Selby, County Manager Designee.

 

Motion:   Reschedule to June 16, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. or as

soon thereafter as the matter may be heard executive closed session as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Holloway  

Second:   Commissioner Boatright  

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Boyle, Holloway, and

              Boatright.

Absent:   Commissioner Johnson.   

 

There being no further business, the regular session of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners adjourned at 10:51 a.m.

 

 

 

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Michael H. Boyle, Chairman

 

 

Attest:

 

 

 

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John A. Crawford, Ex-Officio Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENT “A”

 

 

Finance Package 2010-14

 

 

Resolutions:

 

  1. Resolution 2010-106, regarding budget amendment in the General Fund in the amount of $1,704.00 for donations for the Library.

 

  1. Resolution 2010-107, regarding budget amendment in the Capital Projects – Transportation Fund in the amount of $88,542.00 for receipt of proceeds from the River Glen, LLC letter of credit.

 

Inventory Deletions/Changes:

 

Solid Waste, SW2528, D250 Dump Truck 1999, Serial No.

4PS00239

Solid Waste, SW2534, 826C Compactor 1996, Serial No.

87X01878

Solid Waste, SW2509, 973 Trackloader 1996, Serial No.

86G03138

Solid Waste, SW2529, D8R Dozer 1998, Serial No. 7XM03485

Solid Waste, SW2531, Bomag Compactor 2001, Serial No.

101570521050

Solid Waste, SW2516, D6 Dozer 2001, Serial No. 9PN01788