October 27, 1999 - Special Session
October 27, 1999, at 5:01 p.m., the City Council met in special session in the
City Council Chambers, City Hall, 400 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida. Mayor Glenda
E. Hood called the meeting to order. Deputy City Clerk Fay W. Craig announced there was a
Utilizing visual aides, NTC/CRA Executive Director Thomas R. Kohler and Chief Assistant City Attorney Jean Roush-Burnett detailed events leading to results of a competitive selection process, wherein the City selected Orlando NTC Partners ("ONTC"), a Florida Joint Venture and general partnership, as the master developer for the Main Base; entered into a contract for the sale and purchase of the Main Base property with ONTC; made amendments to that contract to reflect changes in the MOAs with the Navy and other changed circumstances during the interim period; and discussed a number of other documents related to the MOA amendments and contract amendments and explained the reason for today's special meeting. Chief Finance Officer G. Michael Miller detailed financial aspects of the transaction between the City and the ONTC, noting the City's commitment to the homeless community, identified transaction players and explained the role of a Community Development District. No one appeared to give public comment. Discussion ensued. It was moved by Commissioner Bagley, seconded by Commissioner Lynum and vote carried to accept staff's recommendation to: 1) exercise the option to purchase the Naval Training Center Orlando property from the Government; 2) approve MOA Amendment No. 1; 3) approve MOA Amendment No. 2; 4) approve the NEXCOM Lease; 5) approve the Boundary Adjustment Agreement; 6) approval of the Letter of Agreement; 7) approve the First Amendment to the contract for sale and purchase of the Main Base; 8) approve the Homeless Agreement; 9) approve accepting 27 Quit Claim Deeds from the Navy and conveying 18 Quit-Claim Deeds to the Developer; 10) acceptance of the representations and warranties letter from the Navy; 11) approve promissory notes and mortgage; 12) approve the guaranty agreement; and 13) approve the Indemnity Agreement, authorizing Mayor and City Clerk to execute all necessary documents subject to appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #30730-1; and accepting 27 deeds from the Navy, filed Documentary #30730-2, and conveying 18 Deeds to the Developer, filed Documentary #30730-3.
Mayor-Commissioner Glenda E. Hood
Deputy City Clerk Fay W. Craig