Nassau County Board of County Commissioners Regular Session, December 12, 2016, 6:00 p.m.

Nassau County Board of County Commissioners
Regular Session, December 12, 2016, 6:00 p.m.
Commission Chambers, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida

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

Commissioners:
Present: Chairman Daniel B. Leeper, Commissioners Steve W. Kelley, Pat Edwards, George V. Spicer, and Justin Taylor.

Other Officials Present: Michael S. Mullin, County Attorney; and Shanea Jones, Assistant County Manager.

Staff Present: Justin Stankiewicz, Office of Management and Budget Director; Scott Herring, Public Works Director;
Taco Pope, Planning and Economic Opportunity Director; and representing the Clerk’s office Connie Arthur and Brenda Linville, Deputy Clerks.

Official Agenda Summary:

Audience Input:
RS161212 – 6:03:56 Gil Langley, Executive Director of the Tourist Development Council (TDC), came forward to review their annual financial report. Brief discussion followed.

Motion: Approve to reappoint David Caples and Bob Hartman
to four year terms (expires December 2020) on the Amelia Island TDC and re-appoint Commissioner Leeper to represent the BOCC as Chair of the Amelia Island Tourist Development Council.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: County Manager, TDC

ADDITIONAL MEETING:
RS161212 – 6:13:10 (Tab A) Public Hearing of the Northeast Florida Regional Transportation Council (NEFRTC) regarding the Regional Multimodal Transportation Plan.

Discussion: Joe Stephenson, Executive Director of the NEFRTC, came forward to provide a PowerPoint presentation regarding the structure of the NEFRTC; development of a Regional Multimodal Transportation Plan; and their top six projects. Mr. Stephenson responded to a question from Mike Pikula regarding how the NEFRTC interfaces with the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (TPO).

PRESENTATION(S):
RS161212 – 6:36:43 (Tab B) Laura DiBella, Executive Director for the Nassau County Economic Development Board re: ongoing projects.

Discussion: Ms. DiBella thanked the Board for their support of LignoTech Florida, LLC. She provided a PowerPoint presentation regarding their targets and goals and also reviewed all the NCEDB active projects by area (Island, Yulee, and Westside). Discussion followed.

CONSENT ITEM(S):
RS161212 – 6:55:57 Approve the following: (C) Board minutes from the regular session held on October 19, the regular and executive closed sessions held on October 10, and the special sessions held on October 5, October 25, and November 1, 2016. (D) Board minutes from the regular sessions held on September 12 and September 26, the workshop session and regular session held on September 21, the budget hearing held on September 15, and the workshop session held on September 27, 2016. (E) Finance Package 2017-02 and associated Resolutions. (F) Authorization for the Chairman to sign the Agreement with the Local Union #3101 International Association of Firefighters, Contract No. CM2393, with an effective date of October 15, 2016. (V) For recording purposes only, consider the final plat for Hampton Lakes, Phase II, filed by AW Venture II, LLC, to construct one-hundred thirty four (134) single family lots on approximately 52.09 acres. Property is zoned as Planned Unit Development and is located south of 200/A1A off of the Amelia concourse, at the end of Majestic Walk Boulevard. (Y) For recording purposes only, consider final plat for Timberlake Phase III, filed by D.R. Horton, Ind., to construct thirty-nine single family lots and an amenity center on approximately 19.12 acres. Property is zoned as Planned Unit Development and is located on the west side of Amelia Concourse, Fernandina Beach area.

Discussion: Mr. Mullin requested that the Board consider Tabs V and Y under the consent items.

Motion: Approve consent agenda items (Tabs C, D, E, F, V
and Y) as stated above. (See Attachment “A” for Tab E)
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Manager, Planning and
Economic Opportunity

REGISTER:
The Chairman signed the register for the following warrants: Warrant Nos. 232259 thru 232366 dated 11-29-16 for a register total of $787,436.24; Wire Transfer No. 1701986 dated 11-03-16 for a register total of $9,394.50; Wire Transfer No. 1701987 dated 11-17-16 for a register total of $467.84; Wire Transfer Nos. 1701988 thru 1701989 dated 11-18-16 for a register total of $4,774.33; Wire Transfer Nos. 1701990 thru 1701991 dated 11-23-16 for a register total of $1,565,399.65; Warrant Nos. 232367 thru 232376 dated 12-1-16 for a register total of $531,444.51; Warrant Nos. 232524 thru 232587 dated 12-6-16 for a register total of $68,510.44; Warrant Nos. 232588 thru 232735 dated 12-9-16 for a register total of $1,314,224.66; Wire Transfer No. 1702604 dated 11-25-16 for a register total of $2,861.72; Wire Transfer No. 1702605 dated 12-01-16 for a register total of $2,686.00; Wire Transfer Nos. 1702606 thru 1702609 dated 12-02-16 for a register total of $240,751.67; and, Wire Transfer No. 1702610 dated 12-06-16 for a register total of $5,000.00.

NEW BUSINESS:
RS161212 – 6:56:30 (Tab G) Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign two budget transfers for additional funds needed for the Detention Center Air Conditioning – Humidity Control Repairs Project. ($57,000.00) Funding source: General Fund Reserves.

Motion: Approve Tab G as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Facilities Maintenance, Sheriff

RS161212 – 6:59:39 (Tab H) Discuss/approve projects to be submitted to the Florida Department of Transportation for the Small County Outreach Program (SCOP), Small County Road Assistance Program (SCRAP) and the County Incentive Grant Program (CIGP) for Fiscal Year 2019/2020.

Discussion: Mr. Herring reviewed the request and a brief discussion followed.

Motion: Approve Tab H as recommended by staff. (See
Attachment “B” for list of roads)
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Public Works,
Road and Bridge

RS161212 – 7:04:39 (Tab I) Discuss/approve projects for the Millings on Dirt Roads Program for Fiscal Year 2016/2017. Funding source: 03404541-546000 DRMIL.

Discussion: Mr. Herring reviewed the request and brief discussion followed.

Motion: Approve Tab I as recommended by staff and add
completion of Gaines Lane for District 1. (See Attachment “C” for listing of roads)
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Public Works,
Road and Bridge

RS161212 – 7:06:45 (Tab J) Discuss/consider projects for the Dirt Road Stabilization Program for Fiscal Year 2016/2017. Funding source: 03404541-546000 DRUPP.

Discussion: Mr. Herring reviewed the request.

Motion: Approve Tab J as recommended by staff. (See
Attachment “D” for list of roads)
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Public Works,
Road and Bridge

RS161212 – 7:08:51 (Tab K) Discuss/consider roads to be resurfaced with the Pavement Management Program in Fiscal Year 2016/2017. Funding source: Pavement Management Program Funds.

Discussion: Mr. Herring reviewed the request and discussion followed.

Noted: For future consideration: Lime Street between 8th and 10th Streets (and check dip in road possibly from water pipe); District 1 – intersection of 14th and Sadler, Geiger Road, Old Amelia Avenue between SR200 to Amelia Road, and Oakridge Drive; District 2 – Scott Road and Kenneth Court off Amelia Road (near airport); Scott Road and Peter’s Point beach access roads; District 3 – Miner Road; District 4 – Kings Ferry Road.

Motion: Approve Tab K as recommended by staff.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Public Works,
Road and Bridge

RS161212 – 7:15:52 (Tab L) Approve (1) Resolution authorizing execution of the agreement with the State of Florida, Department of Transportation, for resurfacing and reconstruction of CR115 from Bypass Road to Henry Road; (2) authorize the Chairman to sign Contract No. CM2386 and associated Budget Amendments; and (3) approve updated Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) [estimated project cost $8,999,026.00]. Funding source: FDOT SCRAP/SCOP Project #115SB.

Motion: Approve Tab L as stated above and authorize the
Chairman to sign Resolution 2016-171 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Public Works, Contract Management

RS161212 – 6:57:17 (Tab M) Approve the Library’s Annual Plan of Service, as required for the State Aid to Library Grant.

Motion: Approve Tab M as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Library

RS161212 – 6:57:34 (Tab N) Consider request from the Concours d’Elegance for use of Peters Point and Scott Road Beach Accesses and installation of a temporary six-foot, chain-linked fence for the 2017 Concours d’Elegance taking place March 9 through March 12, 2017.

Request: Staff to advise event coordinators regarding parking on multipurpose path.

Motion: Approve Tab N as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Facilities Maintenance, County Manager

RS161212 – 6:58:55 (Tab O) Cancel and/or reschedule the December 26, 2016 meeting due to County offices being closed.

Motion: Approve to cancel the December 26, 2016 regular
meeting due to County offices being closed.
Maker: Commissioner Taylor
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: County Manager, Board, County Attorney, Clerk
Staff

APPOINTMENT(S):
RS161212 – 7:16:52 (Tab P) Consider appointment and/or reappointment of the following representatives for the Planning & Zoning Board: (1) District Two At-Large, Wayne Arnold (Term expires December 2019); (2) District 4, Bobby Franklin (Term expires December 2019); (3) District 4 At-Large, Patricia Quaile (Term expires December 2019), and (4) District 5, John Stack (Term expires December 2019).

Motion: Approve Tab P as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity, Finance, OMB

RS161212 – 7:17:38 (Tab Q) Consider the following: (1) confirm reappointment of Danny Leeper as the Commission Representative on the Small County Coalition’s Board of Directors; (2) appoint a second Commissioner Representative to replace Walter Boatright; and (3) appoint a Staff Liaison.

Motion: Reappoint Commissioner Leeper as Commission
Representative on the Small County Coalition Board of Directors; appoint Commissioner Taylor as the second Commission Representative and Shanea Jones as the Staff Liaison.
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: County Manager

RS161212 – 7:18:39 (Tab R) Appoint two County Commissioners to the Value Adjustment Board (VAB), one of which shall serve as Chairman.

Motion: Appoint Commissioners Taylor and Edwards to the
VAB and appoint Commissioner Taylor as the Chair of the VAB.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: Clerk Staff, County Manager

NON-QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING(S):
RS161212 – 7:24:34 (Tab S) Approve a resolution electing to use the Uniform Method of Collecting Non-Ad Valorem Special Assessments levied within the incorporated and unincorporated areas of the County; stating a need for such levy; providing for the mailing of this Resolution; and providing for an effective date.

Mr. Mullin read the legislative procedures.

Motion: Open floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Discussion: Ms. Jones reviewed the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Motion: Approve Tab S as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Resolution 2016-172 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: County Attorney, County Manager, Tax Collector,
Property Appraiser

RS161212 – 7:21:23 (Tab T) Consider a Resolution, Pursuant to Ordinance No. 2009-05, finding that it is in the best interest of the citizens of Nassau County, Florida, to lease to the Nassau County Council on Aging, Inc. real property located at 102 North 13th Street for the utilization of the property for the operation of a transportation facility for the Transportation Disadvantaged Program and Public Transportation Program.

Motion: Open floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Discussion: Janice Ancrum, Nassau County Council on Aging Executive Director, came forward to review the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Motion: Approve Tab T as stated above and authorize the
Chairman to sign Resolution 2016-173 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, County Attorney, County Manager,
Contract Management

RS161212 – 7:26:24 (Tab U) Consider Site Plan application SP16-034, the Final Development Plan for Crane Island Planned Unit Development, filed by Michael Coffey, RS&H, agent, to construct forty-seven (47) single-family units and a five plus acre publicly accessible park on approximately 36.49 acres. Property is located on a small island off the west side of Amelia Island, approximately 1 mile south of the Shave Bridge.

Discussion: Jack Healan, agent for the applicant, came forward to waive their presentation and reserve the right for rebuttal.

Motion: Open floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Discussion: Mr. Pope provided a brief PowerPoint presentation regarding this item. He noted that the applicant constructed an eight foot sidewalk from Bailey Road to the public park instead of the five foot that was required. Mr. Mullin distributed and reviewed copies of the original Planned Unit Development (PUD) documents approve in 2006 as it relates to public access parks.

Public input: Julie Ferreira, with the Sierra Club, came forward to express concern with the PUD agreement as it relates to the super insulation of the homes on Crane Island in regards to the Fernandina Beach Airport. She also addressed the Crane Island homeowners signing a hold harmless agreement regarding noise and encroachment from the airport. Mr. Healan responded to Ms. Ferreira concerns. Mr. Pope responded to an inquiry regarding the tree ordinance as it relates to Crane Island.

Motion: Close floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Taylor
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Discussion: Mr. Healan responded to an inquiry regarding the annexation of Crane Island into the City of Fernandina Beach and Mr. Pope responded to an inquiry regarding the County’s Tree Ordinance versus the City’s Tree Ordinance.

Motion: Approve Tab U as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: Growth Management, County Manager

RS161212 – 6:55:57 (Tab V) For recording purposes only, consider the final plat for Hampton Lakes, Phase II, filed by AW Venture II, LLC, to construct one-hundred thirty four (134) single family lots on approximately 52.09 acres. Property is zoned as Planned Unit Development and is located south of 200/A1A off of the Amelia concourse, at the end of Majestic Walk Boulevard. (See 6:55:57 Consent Items for motion)

Motion: Approve to move consideration of Tab V to the
Consent Items on the agenda.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

RS161212 – 6:11:40 (Tab W) First public hearing for consideration of an Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2003-13, as amended, known as the Uniform Addressing and Street Naming Ordinance; Specifically Amending Section 2, Definitions; Section 3, Assignment of Street Address Numbers; and Section 6, Initial Road Naming; Providing for Inclusion in the Nassau County Code; Providing for Severability; and Providing an Effective Date. (second public hearing scheduled for January 9, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.) (Tab X) First public hearing for consideration of the proposed amendments to the Land Development Code, Roadway and Drainage Standards, and Subdivision Rules. (second public hearing scheduled for January 9, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.)

Discussion: Mr. Mullin explained the timing of the advertising of Tabs W and X and requested continuance. Staff to re-advertise display ad.

Motion: Continue consideration of first public hearings
to January 9 and second public hearings on January 23, 2017 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, regarding Tabs W and X as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: Growth Management, County Manager

RS161212 – 6:55:57 (Tab Y)
Motion: For recording purposes only, consider final plat for Timberlake Phase III, filed by D.R. Horton, Inc., to construct thirty-nine single family lots and an amenity center on approximately 19.12 acres. Property is zoned as Planned Unit Development and is located on the west side of Amelia Concourse, Fernandina Beach area. (See 6:55:57 Consent Items for motion)

Motion: Approve to move consideration of Tab Y to the
Consent Items on the agenda.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING(S):
RS161212 – 7:48:32 (Tab Z) Consider Rezoning application R16-006, filed by Ocean Breeze of Amelia, LLC, and DS Ware Homes, LLC, owners, and Rogers Towers, P.A., agent for owners, to modify the existing Preliminary Site Development Plan to accommodate larger single-story homes. In exchange, the applicant has agreed to a reduction in the number of units to be constructed from 110 to 107 and to convert four potential residential lots totaling 1.34 acres into an open space/recreation amenity. Property is zoned as Planned Unit Development and is located on the east side of South 14th Street, north of Simmons Road.

Discussion: Jon Lasserre, attorney with Rogers Towers, came forward to waive the quasi-judicial public hearing procedures and reserve the right for comment.

Motion: Open floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Discussion: Mr. Pope reviewed the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Taylor
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.

Motion: Approve Tab Z as stated above and authorize the
Chairman to sign Ordinance 2016-14 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Spicer
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Johnson,
Spicer, and Taylor.
Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opporunity

INFORMATIONAL ITEM(S):
RS161212 – (Tab AA) Informational only: authorized employee travel.

EXPANSION ITEMS:
RS161212 – 6:36:03 Informational only: Mr. Mullin to explain the Stewardship District bond validation process.

Motion: Expand the meeting to discuss one (1) item as
stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Taylor
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: County Attorney

RS161212 – 7:53:08 Expansion Item #1: Information only: Mr. Mullin explained the Stewardship District bond validation process.

Discussion: Mr. Mullin explained that he had received several telephone calls after the public hearing regarding the ENCPA Stewardship District as it relates to the bond validation process. He distributed and reviewed a copy of a complaint filed by Babcock Ranch Community as well as the final judgment as it related to bond validation.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:
RS161212 – 7:57:40 Commissioner Kelley’s Business:
None.

RS161212 – 7:57:43 Commissioner Spicer’s Business:

• Commented on the infrastructure of the County.

RS161212 – 7:58:05 Commissioner Taylor’s Business:
None.

RS161212 – 7:58:06 Commissioner Edwards’ Business:
None.

RS161212 – 7:58:08 Chairman Leeper’s Business:

• Chairman Leeper informed the Board Mr. Langley provided him with the preliminary figure ($2.6 million) for the Dickens on Centre event this past weekend.

Motion: Re-appoint Commissioner Leeper to serve as the
Board’s representative on the Regional Transportation Commission.
Maker: Commissioner Spicer
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,
Spicer, and Taylor
Follow Up: County Manager, Public Works

Discussion: Mr. Stankiewicz advised that December 13, 2016 at 1:30 P.M. is the FEMA Kickoff meeting.

There being no further business, the regular session of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

_____________________________
Daniel B. Leeper, Chairman

Attest:

____________________________
John A. Crawford, Ex-Officio Clerk

ATTACHMENT “A”

Finance Package 2017-02:

Resolution(s):

1. Resolution 2016-168, regarding budget amendment in the general Fund in the amount of $170.00 for reimbursement of damaged/lost materials, as well as donation, for the Nassau County Library System.

2. Resolution 2016-169, regarding budget amendment in the Local Affordable Housing (SHIP) in the amount of $5.015.00 that has received SHIP monies in excess of the amount budgeted for Fiscal Year 16/17.

ATTACHMENT “B”

SCOP, SCRAP, CIGP Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Proposed Projects

SCOP Projects: (intended to fund dirt road paving and widening of roadways)
1. Conner Road Paving – Pave the existing dirt road
between CR2 and CR121. Project length is 2.3 miles and the total estimated cost is $3,060,000.00. (New Submittal)
2. Sundberg Road paving – Pave the existing dirt road between CR121 and Andrews Road. Project length is 2.0 miles and the total estimated cost is $2,657,000.00. (New Submittal)

(These 2 projects are included due to the Commission and FDOT indefinitely delaying the paving of Kolar’s Ferry Road and Rowe Cutoff Road to fund the widening of Old Dixie Highway)

SCRAP Projects: (resurfacing)
1. CR108 – Resurface CR108 from Middle Road to Bay Road. Project length is 7.8 miles and the total estimated cost is $4,000,000.00. (The portion from US17 to Middle road has been funded through the FDOT’s Highway Safety Improvement Program [HSIP]. {Submitted 2013}
2. Lessie Road – Resurface Lessie Road from CR108 to Middle road. Project length is 7.5 miles and the total estimated cost is $1,900,000.00. [Submitted 2013]

Old Nassauville Road – resurface Old Nassauville Road from SR200/A1A to Goffinsville Road. Project length is 3.7 miles and the total estimated cost is $1,600,000.00. (This roadway has deteriorated in the last 5 years to the point that the resurfacing should occur as soon as possible. Recommend that the Commission consider making this the #2 SCRAP priority project due to the heavy traffic and growth the area is experiencing.

CIGP Projects: (intended to reduce congestion on the state highway system)
1. Christian Way Extension – New roadway construction which will extend Christian Way from License road to the Amelia Concourse (Loop road Phase 2). Project length is .6 miles and the total estimated cost is $3,800,000.00. [Submitted 2013]

ATTACHMENT “B”

2. Page’s Dairy Road Extension – New roadway construction which will extend Pages Dairy from Chester Road to Blackrock Road. Project length is 1 mile +/- and the total estimated cost is $7,800,000.00. (Submitted 2015)
Staff recently met with FDOT and the total funding for CIGP program is approximately 4 million dollars per year. This may require phasing projects and some level of local funding to deliver these projects under the CIGP program. Staff intends to submit the Christian Way application this year and work with FDOT on the phasing scenario for Page’s Dairy which will likely require county funding as well as FDOT funding. That phasing and funding scenario would then be brought back to the Commission for approval prior to submission in this or next year’s application cycle.

ATTACHMENT “C”

Millings on Dirt Roads Program Fiscal Year 2017

District 2
1. Stewart Avenue – From First Coast Highway to End – Estimated Cost $29,944.00

District 3
1. Yanie Road – from SR200 to End – Estimated Cost $13,090.00

District 4
1. Mt. Olive Road – from Lessie Road to End – Estimated Cost $18,181.00
2. Henderson Road – from Lessie Road to End – Estimated Cost $19,646.00
Estimated Total Cost – $17,218.00

District 5
1. R Jones Road – from Old Dixie Highway to End – Estimated Cost $17,218.00

ATTACHMENT “D”

Dirt Road Stabilization Program Fiscal Year 2017

District 3
1. Crew Creek Avenue – from Blackrock road to End – Estimated Cost $31,750.00
2. Lang Road – from Blackrock Road to End – Estimated Cost 33,975.00
Estimated Total – $65,725.00

District 4
1. Karnchapking Drive – from CR108 to End – Estimated Cost $21,278.00
2. Sheard Stokes Road – from Rowe Avenue to End – Estimated Cost $15,629.00
Estimated Total – $36,907.00

Distrcit 5
1. Cynthia Avenue – from Catherine Avenue to Janice Drive – Estimated Cost $17,806.00
2. Larsen Road – from Thomas Creek Road to End – estimated Cost $63,353.00
Estimated Total – $81,159.00

Rejuvenation of Roads – District 4&5
1. Pratt Siding Road – District 4 – from US1 to R/R Tracks (Note 1)
2. Bismark Road – District 5 – from Bear run Road to End (Note 1)

Note 1 – Rental of Soil Stabilization machine to mix the road in place to stabilize roadway with the ability to maintain through normal grading process. Estimated Total for both – $16,000.00.

ATTACHMENT “E”

Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Proposed Pavement Management Projects

Pavement Management Projects: (County funds to maintain the Local Roadway Network)
1. Amelia Island Parkway – Resurface Amelia Island Parkway from South Fletcher to First Coast Highway. Project length is 1.8 miles and the total estimated cost is $322,000.00.
2. Buccaneer Trail – Resurface Buccaneer Trail from Amelia Island Parkway to Gerbing Road Round-a-bout. Project length is 1.2 miles and the total estimated cost is 301,500.00.
3. Alligator Creek Road – Resurface Alligator Creek Road from Tyson Road to Oelsner Road. Project length is .9 miles and the total estimated cost is $127,500.00.
4. Theresa Road – Resurface Theresa Road from Madeline Road to Radio Avenue. Project Length is 1.1 miles and the total estimated cost is $149,000.00.
5. Sandy Ford Road – Resurface Sandy Ford Road from Railroad Right-of-Way to End of pavement (US301). Project length is .5 miles and the total estimated cost is $65,000.00.
6. 10th Street – Resurface 10th Street from Lime Street to 8th Street. Project length is .25 miles and the total estimated cost is $37,505.00.
7. Horseshoe Circle – Resurface Horseshoe Circle from CR121 to the end of the pavement. The project length is 2.5 miles and the total estimated cost is $339,500.00.
8. Lake Hampton Road – Resurface Lake Hampton R7oad from Scotts Landing Road to Murrhee Road. The project length is 2.3 miles and the total estimated cost is $322,298.00. (Note that we are hopeful to resurface this roadway in 16-17 but it will take $162,731.00 in savings on the roads listed above it to do that with our allocated budget of $51,500,000.00.)

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