REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA - 1:00 P.M.
 

Official Agenda Summary
 
Proof of Publication
 
A.
CALL TO ORDER - January 11, 2011, Citrus County Courthouse, 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida

The Chairman called the meeting to order at 1:05 p.m.
 
A1.
Invocation

A2.
Pledge of Allegiance

A3.
Roll Call

BOARD MEMBERS: Chairman Dennis Damato, First Vice Chairman Winn Webb, Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek, Commissioner Rebecca Bays, and Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney.
STAFF: County Attorney Richard Wm. Wesch, County Administrator Brad Thorpe, Clerk of the Circuit Court Betty Strifler, and Deputy Clerks Tifani White and Sherri Genung.

B.
CONSENT AGENDA

Motion by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  seconded by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  to approve the Consent Agenda.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
B1.
Approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on December 21, 2010.

Supporting Documentation for Item B1
 
B2.
Approve the county warrants for payroll and accounts payable.

Supporting Documentation for Item B2
 
B3.
Adopt and authorize the Chairman to execute resolutions adopting/amending the Title III B-Legal, Title III E, Title III B, Title III C-1, Title III C-2, Title III C-2 Secondary, Inverness Airport FBO Terminal-Maintenance Hangar and Terminal Grant, Inverness Airport Additional Ramp Space and Improvement of Watson Street Phase II Grant, and Community Care for the Elderly budgets for fiscal year 2010/2011 (Resolution Nos. 2011-001 through 2011-009, respectively).

Supporting Documentation for Item B3
 
B4.
Approve budget transfers for Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program, Community Care for the Elderly, Medicaid Waiver Program, Board of County Commissioners, Supervisor of Elections, RSVP, Transportation Operations, Community Pharmacy and Business Licenses budgets for fiscal year 2010/2011.

Supporting Documentation for Item B4
 
B5.
Bids:

a.
BW 034-08 - Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Renewal Agreement between Citrus County and Hall-Mark Apparatus, to provide fire rescue vehicle maintenance services for the final three-year period to expire January 7, 2014, at the same pricing, terms and conditions as outlined in the original agreement.

Supporting Documentation for Item B5a
 
b.
ITB 003-09 - Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 1 to the agreement between Citrus County and Traffic Control Devices, Inc. for the provision of traffic signal repair and installation services for the first renewal period of one year to expire January 2, 2012, at the same pricing, terms and conditions as outlined in the original agreement.

Supporting Documentation for Item B5b
 
c.
ITB 019-10 - Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Amendment to the agreement between Citrus County and Pave Rite, Inc. for the provision of asphaltic concrete for surface/leveling courses including sand seal coat for the first renewal period to expire January 11, 2012, at the same pricing, terms and conditions as outlined in the original agreement.

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d.
PB 064-10 - Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Participating Party Addendum allowing Citrus County to piggyback The Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN) contract R4952 for the maintenance, repair and operating supplies for various County departmental needs upon execution to expire March 31, 2011, with four one-year renewal options which will renew automatically if The Cooperative Purchasing Network renews.

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e.
PB 068-10 - Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Piggyback Agreement between Citrus County and Odyssey Manufacturing Company for the provision of sodium hypochlorite at the same terms, conditions and pricing, as outlined in Contract No. CCUA RFP 09/10-A8, between Clay County Utility Authority and Odyssey Manufacturing Company.

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B6.
Historical Resources Advisory Board:

a.
Appoint David Noble, Sophia Diaz-Fonseca, and Rolf Auermann to the Historical Resources Advisory Board as members at large to fill three terms that expire on January 31, 2011.  The new terms will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

b.
Appoint Teresa Johns-Gordon and Chris Lloyd to the Historical Resources Advisory Board as alternate members to fill two terms that will expire on January 31, 2011.  The new terms will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

Supporting Documentation for Item B6
 
B7.
Appoint Jane Mazzacua and Glen M. Robertson to the Citrus Springs Advisory Council to fill two regular member terms that will expire on January 31, 2011.  The new terms will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

Supporting Documentation for Item B7
 
B8.
Appoint Donald Osterhoudt and James I. Barrows to the Beverly Hills Advisory Council to fill two regular member terms that will expire on January 31, 2011.  The new terms will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

Supporting Documentation for Item B8
 
B9.
Confirm appointment of Ms. Katina Kavouklis as a second alternate representative to the Local Representative for the Florida Department of Transportation position on the Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board.  The term expires on January 31, 2012.

Supporting Documentation for Item B9
 
B10.
Confirm appointment of Mike Gudis to replace Councilwoman Paula Wheeler on the Tourist Development Council to represent the City of Crystal River to fill a term that will expire on January 31, 2013.

Supporting Documentation for Item B10
 
B11.
Approve donation of the following items and the deletion from the inventory from the Clerk of Court’s governmental asset list:  Savin Copier, Asset No. 1019, value at transfer $0; Executive "U" Desk Unit, Asset No. 12710, value at transfer $2,338; Modular Desk Unit, Asset No. 14684, value at transfer $1629.04; Modular Desk Unit, Asset No.14685, value at transfer $1629.04; and Modular Desk Unit, Asset No. 14686, value at transfer $1,629.04.

Supporting Documentation for Item B11
 
B12.
Correct scrivener’s error for the Historical Society Board Member At Large, Architect, Archaeologist, and Historian positions on the Historical Resources Advisory Board to correct expiration dates to January 31, 2012.

Supporting Documentation for Item B12
 
B13.
Approve renewal of the Real Property License and Land Utilization Agreement between Citrus County and Citrus Mining and Timber, Inc. and Citrus County from January 9, 2011, through January 9, 2012, under the same terms and conditions as set forth in the original agreement.

Supporting Documentation for Item B13
 
B14.
Acknowledge receipt of The Centers - Financial Statement and Independent Auditor’s Report for year ending June 30, 2010.  Report provided by Purvis, Gray & Company, LLP.

Supporting Documentation for Item B14
 
B15.
Accept the completed Withlapopka Causeway Repair Project and approve the final payment and release of retainage to Art Walker Construction Company, Inc. in the amount of $27,190.

Supporting Documentation for Item B15
 
B16.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Connection Charge Installment Lien Agreements by and between the Citrus County Municipal Service Benefit Unit for Water and Wastewater Utility Services and Sydne Rogers; Richard Ashton; and Michael Besher.

Supporting Documentation for Item B16
 
B17.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Satisfaction of Lien for Water and Wastewater Utility Service by and between the Citrus County Municipal Service Benefit Unit for Water and Wastewater Utility Services and: Matthew Bescher; Theresa Bildstein; Sharon Boyington; John Brown; Anthony Bruno; April Criswell; Jorge Diaz; Elizabeth Durand; Joseph Dziadyk; Walter Ellinwood; Connie Fratino; Jack Gale; Daniel Galpin; Carl and Gloria Hagstrom; Dorina Harden; Karen Haynes; Nicole Henshaw; Fortunato Hroncich; Barbara Infante AKA Barbara Aquino; Douglas Jackman; Geraldine Jaramillo; Raymond Jolicoeur; Dan Jordan; Susan Jurado; Kel Homes; Kel Homes; James McGregor; Richard McCutcheon; Ricardo Melendez; John and Anna Mira; Robert Morlan; Richmond Custom Homes; Darryl Roberts; Cheryl Robinson; Paul Sable; George Souris; David Sparks; Mark St. Pierre; Jeffrey Stollicker; Marie Texidor; Michael Toll; Kirkpatrick A. Tracey; John Webster; Mark Wheeler; Roylan Williams; Donovan Wilmot; Geri Wilmot; Sadie Allen; and Rhonda Worley.

Supporting Documentation for Item B17
 
B18.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the First Amendment to Agreement between Citrus County and the Southwest Florida Water Management District for the Management of the Chassahowitzka River Campground.

Supporting Documentation for Item B18
 
B19.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Proof of Loss Statement for reimbursement by the County’s Excess Carrier for the restroom fire located at Ft. Island Gulf Beach (Asset No. 10464) in the amount of $88,992.

Supporting Documentation for Item B19
 
B20.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement between Citrus County and MacRae’s of Homosassa for a River Cam on the Homosassa River which allows the public to view the clear river waters via the Internet.

Supporting Documentation for Item B20
 
B21.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Cooperative Venture Agreement between Citrus County and the Key Center Foundation for the raising, maintenance, and distribution of native trees and other vegetation for the Citrus County Tree Enhancement Program.

Supporting Documentation for Item B21
 
B22.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Riders Increasing or Decreasing Penalty of Bond documents for Veeramaneni "Upender" Rao, Deborah Frankel, Deborah Ressler, Michael Smallridge and James Woods from $5,000 to $10,000.

Supporting Documentation for Item B22
 
Riders Increasing or Decreasing Penalty of Bond
 
B23.
Purchase/Sale Agreement:

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Purchase/Sale Agreement for Lots 3 and 4, Oak Knolls Park, unrecorded subdivision located in Section 24, Township 18 South, Range 17 East from James I. and Christine C. Randolph in the amount of $96,600 plus closing costs, which is deemed necessary for the widening and expansion of CR 486.

b.
Authorize staff to close on parcels and authorize the Clerk to place acceptance stamp on deed and record in the public records of Citrus County, Florida.

Supporting Documentation for Item B23
 
B24.
Subordination of Utility Interests:

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Subordination of Utility Interests in an easement located in Section 34, Township 20 South, Range 20 East for road right-of-way purposes of East Zephyr Wing Court between Citrus County and Florida Power Corporation, dba Progress Energy Florida, Inc.

b.
Authorize the Clerk to�record in the public records of Citrus County, Florida when fully executed.

Supporting Documentation for Item B24
 
B25.
Set a public hearing for January 25, 2011, at 4:00 p.m. to adopt an Economic Incentive Ordinance.

Supporting Documentation for Item B25
 
B26.
Set a public hearing for February 8, 2011, at 5:01 p.m. to consider PDO-10-02, Clark Stillwell for Nature Coast Development, to adopt a master plan with reduced setbacks for residential properties for a new 150 acre +/- limerock mine within an existing extractive district.

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D.
REGULAR BUSINESS

D1.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Grant Agreement FWC-10157, for the purpose of construction and deployment of artificial reef material at Citrus County’s Fish Haven No. 1, Phase 4 and 5 site located in the Gulf of Mexico, in the amount not to exceed $111,750, with a County cash match in the amount of $60,000.

Supporting Documentation for Item D1
 
Commissioner Kenney suggested putting this project on hold until more money was available and Commissioner Webb expressed his concern regarding the storage of the materials.  Citizen Dixie Hollins, property owner where the materials are currently stored, stated that he had no problem with the materials being left on the property.
 
Motion by Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney,  seconded by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  to deny item D1 and to contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to make them aware of the reasoning for delaying the project.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
D2.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Grant Agreement between Citrus County and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to replace the existing signage and pilings within Halls River, Lower Withlacoochee River, Price’s Creek, and Ozello areas in an amount not to exceed $48,774.  The County match is with in-kind services in the amount of $1,866.

Supporting Documentation for Item D2
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner Rebecca Bays,  to approve item D2.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
D3.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Cooperative Funding Agreement No. 11C00000034 for the Citrus County Reclaimed Water System Black Diamond Transmission Line Extension between Citrus County and the Southwest Florida Water Management District.  This is a $300,000 project of which the County is responsible for half ($150,000).

Supporting Documentation for item D3
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  to approve item D3.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
D4.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute U.S.C. Section 5310 Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Program Capital Assistance Grant Application under Florida Department of Transportation for fund year 2011/2012.  This approval will cover Section 5310 Capital for F/Y 2011/2012.  The cash match is $13,126 for the Capital portion of the grant.  The cash match is included in the County Budget Process for 2011/2012.

b.
Adopt and authorize the Chairman to execute the resolution for Section 5310, and all other related items.  This resolution is a part of the Grant Application.

Supporting Documentation for item D4
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney,  to approve item D4 (Resolution No. 2011-010).  Motion carried unanimously.
 
D5.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute U.S.C. Section 5311 Nonurbanized Area Formula Program Operating and Capital Assistance Grant Application under Florida Department of Transportation for fund year 2011/2012.  This approval will cover section 5311 Operations, for the F/Y 2011/2012.  The cash match for this section of the grant is $316,188 for the Operations portion and $53,978 for the Capital portion of the grant.  The cash match will be included in the County Budget Process for 2011/2012.

b.
Adopt and authorize the Chairman to execute the resolution for Section 5311, Operations portion of the program, and all other related items.  This resolution is being submitted as a part of the Grant Application.

Supporting Documentation for Item D5
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney,  to approve item D5 (Resolution No. 2011-011).  Motion carried unanimously.
 
D6.

a.
Adopt and authorize the Chairman to execute a resolution to amend the agreement with the Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Shelter Plus Care Program, along with all necessary certifications, assurances and modifications to the current contract for extending the term of the grant period by ten months.

Supporting Documentation for Item D6
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner Rebecca Bays,  to approve item D6 (Resolution No. 2011-012).  Motion carried unanimously.
 
E.
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR BRAD THORPE

E1.

a.
AR 12.09 Use of the Extension Annex/Canning Center.

Supporting Documentation for Item E1
 
Motion by Commissioner Rebecca Bays,  seconded by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  to approve item E1.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
Parks and Recreation Manager Rafael Del Valle responded to questions from the Board regarding the Canning Center.
 
E2.

a.
Approve the contract deduction in the amount of $237,158, from the existing County Road 486 Phase 3 Road Widening contract between Citrus County and DAB Constructors, Inc., and reallocate those funds into the project Contingency Account, due to several field adjustments to the new utility system being installed.

Supporting Documentation for Item E2
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  to approve item E2.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
Prior to the vote, Public Works Director Ken Frink responded to questions from the Board.
 
C.
PUBLIC HEARINGS - WORKSHOPS - PRESENTATIONS

C1.

Public Speaker Forms for item C1
 
Al Grubman and Wayne Sawyer talked about the County�s budget for lake restoration.
 
Sue Driggers Jordan spoke about the Red Level Cemetery and requested that the Board consider land use designations for cemeteries in Citrus County.
 
Frank Yuelling and Frances Evans expressed their concerns regarding the feral cat ordinance that is currently in place and requested to revise the ordinance, making it legal to feed stray cats and discussed that local agencies would pay for all spaying, neutering, and vaccinations for these animals with no cost to the County.
 
Renee Christopher McPheeters spoke about the current operator of Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and the cost effectiveness of the jail being operated by local law enforcement.
 
David Conant responded to comments made by Ms. McPheeters, on an article published in the Chronicle, and other issues.
 
Dottie Driggers Dixon invited the Board to visit the Red Level Cemetery for a tour of the Veteran's graves. 
 
Carol and Ed Mitrani stated that they wanted to volunteer on the Public Safety Task Force.  Mr. and Mrs. Mitrani were directed to give their contact information to the County Administrator�s secretary to be added to the list of people wanting to volunteer.
 
C2.

a.
Present Employee Service Awards.

Supporting Documentation for Item C2a
 
b.
Approve and authorize the Board to execute Certificate of Appreciation to Dortha Chapman for her many years of employment with Citrus County.

Supporting Documentation for Item C2b
 
Clerk�s Note:  In lieu of a Certificate of Appreciation, a Plaque was presented therefore no motion or vote was necessary on this item. 
 
C3.

a.
Approve and authorize the Board to execute a Proclamation declaring 2011 as the "Year of Elvis" in Citrus County, Florida.

Supporting Documentation for Item C3
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney,  to approve item C3.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
C4.

a.
Public Safety Task Force.

Supporting Documentation for Item C4
 
Additional Information for item C4
 
Commissioner Meek and Sheriff Jeff Dawsy presented the organizational structure and mission of the proposed Public Safety task force.
 
Motion by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  seconded by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  to establish a Public Safety Task Force as outlined in the backup documentation.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
C5.

a.
Conduct a Public Workshop to discuss the proposed issues list and provide direction on any other issues or concerns that should be addressed in the Evaluation and Appraisal Report.

b.
Authorize staff to transmit the Evaluation and Appraisal Report Major Issues List to the Department of Community Affairs for their review.

Supporting Documentation for Item C5
 
Power point presentation by Director Kevin Smith
 
Planning Division Director Kevin Smith gave the slideshow presentation and staff report and responded to questions from the Board.
 
Attorney Clark Stillwell expressed his concerns and offered some suggestions on this issue. Development Services Director Vince Cautero responded to some of the comments made by Mr. Stillwell.
 
Slideshow Presentation by Clark Stillwell
 
C6.

a.
Conduct a Public Hearing�to consider adoption of a resolution which expands the list of Department of Labor Standard Industrial Classification Code (SIC) businesses subject to Citrus County’s Small Quantity Generator of hazardous waste identification, notification, and verification program and surcharge, and rescinds the current list of SIC businesses subject to the program and surcharge provided in Resolution No. 2006-269.

b.
Adopt and authorize the Chairman to execute the resolution.

Supporting Documentation for Item C6
 
Proof of Publications for item C6
 
County Attorney Richard Wesch read the proposed resolution title into the record.
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  to approve item C6 (Resolution No. 2011-014).  Motion carried unanimously.
 
C7.

a.
Presentation to update the Board concerning the project completion of the rehabilitation of the riser pipes in the Leachate Collection System at the Central Landfill.

Supporting Documentation for Item C7
 
Solid Waste Management Director Casey Stephens gave the slideshow presentation and responded to questions from the Board.
 
C8.

a.
Conduct a Public Hearing for the adoption of a resolution authorizing a land exchange between Citrus County and William E. Osterhoff in accordance with Section 125.37, Florida Statutes to acquire land necessary to the CR 486 Phase II Road Improvement project and authorize Chairman to execute same.

b.
Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Property Exchange Agreement.

c.
Approve and authorize Chairman to execute a deed to William E. Osterhoff for part of Lot 2 of an unrecorded subdivision 22000 in Section 24, Township 18S, Range 17E.

d.
Authorize staff to close on the property and authorize the Clerk to place acceptance stamp on deed from William E. Osterhoff and record in the public records of Citrus County, Florida.

Supporting Documentation for Item C8
 
Proof of Publication for item C8
 
Engineering Director Ken Cheek gave the staff report and responded to questions from the Board.
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  to approve item C8 (Resolution No. 2011-013).  Motion carried unanimously.
 
Prior to the vote, a short discussion was held regarding building an access road to the sewer plant in Pine Ridge.
 
C9.

a.
Conduct a Public Hearing to consider OA-10-07, Michele L. Lieberman for John and Cynthia Zanki, to amend Section 1500 (Definitions) and Section 4456 (Additional Standards for Bed and Breakfast Inn) in the Land Development Code.  If approved, the Chairman shall execute the ordinance and authorize the Clerk to record the ordinance in the public records of Citrus County, Florida.

Supporting Documentation for Item C9
 
Additional Information for item C9a
 
Public speaker forms for Item C9
 
Information submitted by John Zanki
 
Senior Assistant County Attorney Peter Aare read the proposed ordinance title into the record.
 
Land Development Division Director Jenette Collins gave the staff report and recommended approval.
 
Michele Lieberman, on behalf of the applicants, spoke regarding the operation of the Bed and Breakfast Inn.
 
The following citizens spoke in support of the proposed ordinance:  James Wanzel, Roger Helton, and David Robinson.
 
Citizens Jim Bitter and Gail Jannarone expressed their opposition of the proposed ordinance. 
 
Motion by Second Vice Chairman Joe Meek,  seconded by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  to approve item C9 (Ordinance No. 2011-A01).  Motion carried unanimously.
 
F.
COMMISSION CHAIRMAN DENNIS DAMATO - DISTRICT 1

F1.

a.
Announce terms of expiration for a regular member and a member at large position on the Planning and Development Review Board.  These terms will expire on January 31, 2011.  The new terms will be for three years and will expire on January 31, 2014.

Supporting Documentation for Item F1
 
Additional Information for item F1
 
F2.

a.
Announce term of expiration for one regular member, District 2, position on the Aviation Advisory Board.  The term expired on September 30, 2010.  The new term will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

b.
Announce term of expiration for one regular member, District 3, position on the Aviation Advisory Board.  The term expired on September 30, 2010.  The new term will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

c.
Announce term of expiration for one alternate member position on the Aviation Advisory Board.  The term expired on September 30, 2010.  The new term will be for two years and will expire on January 31, 2013.

Supporting Documentation for Item F2
 
F3.

a.
Announce terms of expiration for two regular member positions on the Fire Code Appeals Board.  These terms expire on January 31, 2011.  The new terms will be for three years and will expire on January 31, 2014.

Supporting Documentation for Item F3
 
F4.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a letter of support for The Centers ARSAT Annex building construction in Lecanto to USDA Rural Development.

Supporting Documentation for item F4
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney,  to approve item F4.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
H.
SECOND VICE CHAIRMAN JOE MEEK - DISTRICT 3

Commissioner Meek announced that the EDC would be hosting an International and Trade Exporting workshop at the College of Central Florida on Wednesday, January 19, 2011, at 9:00 a.m.
 
I.
COMMISSIONER REBECCA BAYS - DISTRICT 4

Commissioner Bays voiced her appreciation of the interest and concern shown by the citizens regarding lake restoration and the issue of feral cats.
 
G.
FIRST VICE CHAIRMAN WINN WEBB - DISTRICT 5

Commissioner Webb read some letters he received complimenting County staff.
 
J.
COMMISSIONER JOHN J. (J.J.) KENNEY - DISTRICT 2

Commissioner Kenney responded to Ms. McPheeter�s comments regarding the County jail and inmates.
 
County Administrator Brad Thorpe, at the request of Development Services Director Vince Cautero, asked to schedule a Special Meeting to be held in February to discuss the impact fee update.  Discussion was held regarding possible dates and times.  The consensus of the Board was to hold the meeting on February 1, 2011, at 5:01 p.m.
 
K.
COUNTY ATTORNEY RICHARD WM. WESCH

K1.

a.
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the agreement for Traffic Control on Private Roadways between Citrus County, Sheriff Jeffrey J. Dawsy and the Black Diamond Property Owners Association, Inc.

Supporting Documentation for Item K1
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner Rebecca Bays,  to pull item K1 at the request of the County Attorney.  Motion carried unanimously.
 
K2.

a.
Approve and authorize all Commissioners to execute the Public Official Bond for Susan Kirk who was recently appointed to the Citrus County Hospital Board.

Supporting Documentation for item K2
 
Public Official Bond for Susan M. Kirk
 
Motion by First Vice Chairman Winn Webb,  seconded by Commissioner John J. (J.J.) Kenney,  to approve item K2. Motion carried unanimously.
 
L.
ANY OTHER BUSINESS OR ANY PERSONS WISHING TO ADDRESS THE BOARD

M.
UPCOMING MEETINGS

1.
Regular Meeting: January 25, 2011 at 1:00 p.m., Citrus County Courthouse, Room 100, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL  34450

2.
Special Meeting: February 1, 2010 at 5:01 p.m., Citrus County Courthouse, Room 100, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL  34450

3.
Regular Meeting: February 8, 2011 at 1:00 p.m., Citrus County Courthouse, Room 100, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450

4.
Regular Meeting: February 22, 2011 at 1:00 p.m., Citrus County Courthouse, Room 100, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450

Deputy County Administrator Eber Brown spoke about the jail and complimented Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) on their work and the improvements they have made to the Citrus County jail.
 
N.
ADJOURN

The Chairman adjourned the meeting at 5:51 p.m.