November 1, 1999
|On Monday, November 1, 1999, at 2:10 p.m.,
the City Council met in regular session in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 400 South
Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida. Mayor Glenda E. Hood called the meeting to order. City
Clerk Grace A. Chewning announced there was a quorum.
1. It was moved by Commissioner Lynum, seconded by Commissioner Page and vote carried that the reading of the minutes be waived for the October 25h Staff and Regular City Council meetings and the October 27th Special City Council meeting with minutes approved as written.
2. It was moved by Commissioner Lynum, seconded by Commissioner Gordy and vote carried that the Consent Agenda be approved as follows:
A] October 19 Community and Youth Services Board minutes, filed Documentary #32418;
B] October 12 Long-Term Disability Review Committee minutes, filed Documentary #32419;
C] October 15 Orlando Public Art Advisory Board minutes, filed Documentary #32420;
D] October 22 minutes of meeting by Mayor Hood with Commissioner Lynum; October 19 minutes with Commissioner Wyman and October 25 minutes with Commissioner Gordy, filed Documentary #32421/23;
E] Accepting September 9 Orange County Library System Board of Trustees minutes, filed Documentary #32424;
F] Employment Agreement with Project Manager II Robert Cadle at $61,505, 11-8-99 through 11-7-2001;
G] Amendment 3 not exceeding $75,976 with Camp, Dresser & McKee for the Iron Bridge Water Reclamation Facility Master Pump Rehabilitation and Screen Structures, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #32425 (See Items: 3/N, C/C 9-29-97; 7/I, C/C 11-30-98; & 6/U, C/C 12-14-98);
H] October 25 Southeast Town Design Review Committee minutes, filed Documentary #32426;
I] GOAA specific approvals from 9/29 and 10/20 meetings: 4-D/Professional Services Agreement with Williams, Hatfield & Stoner; 4-M/Airline Cargo Complex Lease Agreement with Virgin in excess of 10 years; 4-N/Amendment 1 to Airline Cargo Complex Lease Agreement with Southwest in excess of 10 years; 4-O/Ground Lease with Lambry Properties in excess of 10 years; 4-Q/Amendment to Lease Agreement with National in excess of 10 years; 10/Award BP 130, Landside Tile Repair OIA, non-budgeted expenditure; 11/Award BP-S005, West Airfield Taxiway Extension, South Terminal Complex Infrastructure; 8-H/Conservation Easement; 8-I/Change Orders 234-22, 234-23, 250-06, 250-07 & 250-08; 8- J/General Consulting Agreement with ZHA; 8-K/Addendum to General Consulting Agreement with ZHA; 8-L/Disposal of Surplus Property; 8-W/Amendment to Sabretech Lease in excess of 10 years;
J] October 19 Municipal Planning Board minutes, filed Documentary #32427;
L] Acquisition of property at 2215 Elizabeth Ave. for $122,000 with a leaseback not exceeding 1 year at $300 per month, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #32428;
M] Authorizing staff to negotiate with Frank Cosentino for Orlando Tennis Center Tennis Professional Agreement at 12% of the annual sales revenue, authorizing execution by the Purchasing Director;
N] October 20 Ben White Raceway Master Redevelopment Plan Citizen Advisory Committee meeting minutes, filed Documentary #32429;
O] Economic Development Grant to Central Florida Innovation Corporation, at $125,000 to be paid in $25,000 annual increments for five years, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed as Documentary #28870;
P] Kimley-Horn & Associates Agreement not exceeding $18,900 for Courthouse Garage Parking Needs Study, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, authorizing Public Works Director to execute Change Orders up to 10% of the contract amount, filed Documentary #32430;
Q] Accepting donation of Washingtonian Palms valued at $850.00 from Mr. and Mrs. Philip Welch, 1559 Oxalis Dr.;
R] Specific Authorization not exceeding $16,560 with Universal Engineering Sciences, Inc., for Groundwater Evaluation at Princeton Street, between John Young Parkway and N. Orange Blossom Trail, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed as Documentary #28174A;
S] October 21 minutes of hearing held by Vehicle for Hire Administrator, filed Documentary #32431;
T] Accepting Recorded Temporary Construction & Access Easement [OR Bk 5856 Pg 1973] from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hallauer at 1010 Fairvilla Rd. for Mercy Drive Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project, filed as Documentary #32263;
U] Accepting Recorded City Services Easement [OR Bk 5856 Pg 2059] from Orange County BCC at 11351 Narcoossee Road, filed Documentary #32432;
V] Deed of Release from United States of America through Federal Aviation Administration on former Florida Highway Patrol parcel at Orlando Executive Airport for the purpose of releasing property from reservations and restrictions contained in the Instrument of Transfer from the United Sates to the City dated September 21,1961, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #4983 (Also, see 1964 Deed Doc. #6348; & Item 6/M C/C 10-11-99);
W] Purchase of property from Fronnie Newton at 739 Conley St. for a price not exceeding $l7,000, plus customary closing costs, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #32433;
X] Year 2000 Mayor's Educational Partnership Grant Agreements: Boys & Girls Club/Boca Club Neighborhood Association/College Preparation Program/$5,000; Carver Middle School/Richmond Heights Neighborhood Association/Team Carver Community Learning/$5,000; Chickasaw Elementary School/Engelwood Park Neighborhood Association/Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM)/$7,500;Citrus Council of Girl Scouts/Colonialtown South Neighborhood Association/Read to Lead/$5,000; Cultural Arts Research Ensemble, Inc./Ivey Lane Estate/Royal Ivey Neighborhood Association/Youth Performing Arts & Education/$10,000; Dover Shores Elementary School/Dover Manor Neighborhood Association/Doing Our Best and Helping the Rest/$5,000; Durrance Elementary School Villages of Southport Homeowners Association/The Magnificent Math Achievers Club/$10,000; Eccleston Elementary School/Pinecrest Neighborhood Association/W.R.I.T.E. (Writing, Reading, Information, Technology Education/$10,000; Orange Center Elementary School/Lake Sunset/Luola Terrace Neighborhood Association/Literature Integrating Technology/$10,000; Orange County 4-H/Catalina Recreation & Improvement Association/ Catalina 4-H Environmental Project/$5,000; Pineloch Elementary School/Callahan Neighborhood Association/Pineloch Elementary School Making a Difference/$5,000; Rock Lake Elementary School/ Rock Lake Neighborhood Association/Tutoring for Success/$5,000;Washington Shores Elementary School/Washington Shores Neighborhood Association Students, Parents, Teachers and Community/$7,500; authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #32434;
Y] City Code Chapter 18A Permit Application for Taste of Soul Festival, November 20th, noon-8 p.m., on Church St. between Hughey and Parramore Aves.;
AA] Adopting "A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Orlando, Florida, relating to the construction and funding of assessable improvements; describing the property to be located within the proposed NTC Main Base Special Assessment Area and the assessable improvements to be constructed for the special benefit thereof; determining the estimated cost of the assessable improvements; determining that certain real property will be specially benefitted by the assessable improvements; establishing the method of assessing the costs of the assessable improvements against the real property that will be specially benefitted thereby; establishing other terms and conditions of the assessments; directing the preparation of an initial assessment roll based upon the methodology set forth herein; establishing a public hearing to consider imposition of the proposed assessments and the method of their collection; directing the provision of notice in connection therewith; and providing an effective date, authorizing execution by the Mayor and City Clerk following appropriate staff review, filed Documentary #32435; and
BB] October 12 Affordable Housing Advisory Committee minutes, filed Documentary #32436.
3. Mayor Hood recognized recipients of the Year 2000 Mayor's Educational Partnership Grant (see Consent Agenda X] above).
CONTINUED/HEARING/ORDINANCE/2nd READING/GMP (DCA #99-2SUA)
4. City Clerk Grace A. Chewning submitted an Ordinance amending the Citys Growth Management Plan by amending Future Land Use Map 1 to include property as Industrial to reflect annexation of property; amending Future Land Use Map 3 to include property as Neighborhood Activity Center to reflect annexation of property; amending Future Land Use Map 15 to include property as Community Activity Center to reflect annexation of property; amending Future Land Use Maps 14 and 15 to include property as Community Activity Center, Office Medium Intensity, and Conservation to reflect annexation of property; amending Future Land Use Maps 14 and 15 to include property as Airport Support District-High Intensity to reflect annexation of property. No one appeared in opposition. It was moved by Commissioner Page, seconded by Commissioner Bagley and vote carried that Ordinance be adopted, filed Documentary #32437.
5. Mrs. Chewning presented an Ordinance vacating, closing and abandoning a portion of Americana Boulevard Road Right-of-Way, located east of I-4, south of Conroy Rd. overpass over I-4, east of the proposed Millenia Blvd., and north of Tropical Lake, as requested by the property owner. No one appeared in opposition. It was moved by Commissioner Lynum, seconded by Commissioner Bagley and vote carried that Ordinance be approved on first reading.
ORDINANCE/1st READING/COLONIALTOWN SOUTH HISTORIC DISTRICT
6. It was moved by Commissioner Ammerman, seconded by Commissioner Gordy and vote carried that the Ordinance establishing the Colonialtown South Historic District be continued to 2 p.m., November 15. Colonialtown South Neighborhood Association representative Bill Sevlie spoke against the continuance. Acting City Planning Bureau Chief Rich Unger explained rationale behind staff's recommendation to continue the hearing.
ORDINANCE/1st READING/AMENDING GMP
7. Mrs. Chewning presented an Ordinance amending the Citys Growth Management Plan by repealing Figure CI-13 and replacing it with a new Figure CI-13. No one appeared in opposition. It was moved by Commissioner Ammerman, seconded by Commissioner Page and vote carried that Ordinance be approved on first reading.
8. Mrs. Chewning submitted Ordinance changing the Zoning District from R-2B/T/HP and MXD-1/T/HP to PD/T/HP, Planned Development Traditional City, Historic Preservation Overlay District, on property at the NEC of east Livingston St. and Ruth Lane, as requested by the property owner. Michael Halpin, Livingston Development of Orlando, Inc., appeared offering amendments to the proposed Ordinance. Raymond Cox spoke in opposition thereto, citing that Lake Eola Heights Neighborhood residents had not reviewed the amendments brought forward by Mr. Halpin. Planning and Development Director Dean J. Grandin, Jr., indicated his staff had no prior knowledge of any amendments. Discussion ensued. It was moved by Commissioner Bagley, seconded by Commissioner Ammerman and vote carried that Ordinance be deferred to November 15 Council meeting.
ORDINANCE/2nd READING/CHAPTER 55
9. Mrs. Chewning presented an Ordinance amending Chapter 55 (Regulation of Taxicabs, Limousines, Luxury Sedans, Shuttles and Other Vehicles-For-Hire) of the Code of the City of Orlando by amending the Chapter providing for the Vehicle-For-Hire Administrator the power to appoint a designee; clarifying the powers of the Vehicle-For-Hire Appeal Board; modifying the seller of travel exemption; modifying the insurance requirements; providing for a partial refund of the Vehicle Permit Application Fee; eliminating the color scheme requirement for shuttle service vehicles; modifying the vehicle permit application; providing for a method of distribution of available taxicab permits. Louis Ferdico and Reginald Davis appeared objecting to various provisions. Treasurer Bruce C. Harter responded to questions. It was moved by Commissioner Ammerman, seconded by Commissioner Page and vote carried that Ordinance be adopted, filed Documentary #32438.
10. There being no further business to come before Council, Mayor Hood declared the meeting adjourned at 3:08 p.m.
Mayor-Commissioner Glenda E. Hood
City Clerk Grace A. Chewning
On Monday, November 1, 1999, at 1:05 p.m., the Orlando City Council met in the Agenda Conference Room, City Hall, Orlando, Florida.
Mayor-Commissioner Glenda E. Hood
Central Florida Innovation Corporation President Richard Fox reviewed the Corporation's Annual Report, highlighting successes, goals, partners and clients.
In reviewing the Council Agenda, Mayor Hood noted deletion of 4-H under Consent Agenda I] which has been approved previously, deletion of K], and correction in X] to reflect Colonialtown "South."
Acting City Planning Bureau Chief Rich Unger explained rationale behind staff's recommendation for Council to continue the hearing under Ordinance/1st Reading #2 until November 15.
Housing/Community Development Bureau Chief Lelia W. Allen and Enterprise Foundation representative Julia Lemon responded to questions/concerns raised by Commissioners Page and Lynum as to Item Z] on various aspects of The Enterprise Foundation, Inc., proposal. The consensus was to defer consideration of this item until November 15 so Mrs. Allen may meet with each Council member for a briefing as well as to receive their input.
Referring to Item H], Commissioner Ammerman requested a briefing from staff on the Southeast Town Review Committee. He cited a dramatic increase in housing starts and residential land availability in this area and that the initial enrollment at the North Lake School already is 406 (out of 762 total).
At Mayor Hoods direction, Assistant City Attorney Amy T. Iennaco responded to questions raised by Commissioner Lynum concerning a Memorandum Mrs. Iennaco sent about the status of negotiations with Ogden/Goodings/Ali joint venture and Ogden Corporations announcement that it was pursuing a sale or other disposition of its Ogden Entertainment division. Mrs. Iennaco outlined issues of responsibility and the City's contractual right to: 1) approve the assignment; or 2) go back out with a new RFP. City Attorney W. Scott Gabrielson indicated that City staff continues to negotiate with Ogden/Goodings/Ali for a contract which will contain terms to protect the Citys financial downside in the event of the sale. Chief Administrative Officer Richard L. Levey stated that any Agreement will come before City Council for approval action. Mayor Hood asked Mrs. Iennaco to arrange individual briefings with Council members.
Meeting concluded at 1:53 p.m.
Grace A. Chewning, City Clerk