Nassau County Board of County Commissioners Regular Session, September 24, 2018, 6:00 P.M.

Nassau County Board of County Commissioners

Regular Session, September 24, 2018, 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 Pat Edwards, Commissioners Daniel B. Leeper, Steve Kelley, George V. Spicer, and Justin Taylor.

 

 

Other Officials Present: Michael S. Mullin, County Attorney and Interim County Manager.

 

 

Staff Present: Justin Stankiewicz, Office of Management and Budget Director; Becky Bray, Public Works Director; Taco Pope, Planning and Economic Opportunity Director; and representing the Clerk’s office Brenda Linville and Peggy Snyder, Deputy Clerks.

 

 

Official Agenda Summary:

 

 

Audience Input – Non-Agenda Items:

None.

 

Audience Input – Agenda Items:

None.

 

CONSENT ITEM(S):

RS180924 – 6:04:53 Approve the following: (Tab A) Request for a $370,892.00 advance of Tax Collector commissions to be earned during the collection of the 2018 Tax Roll, as required by Florida Statutes, Chapter 192.102, to be repaid in December 2018. (Tab B) Amendment to Harden & Associates Risk Management Services Agreement. (Tab C) Authorization for the Chairman to sign a contract with the State of Florida, Department of Health, Contract No. CM2589, for operation of the Nassau County Health Department for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. Funding source: 01691562-581009. (Tab D) Authorization for the Chairman to sign a Memorandum of Agreement with the Nassau County Health Department, Contract No.CM2588, for the County Medically Indigent Program (CMIP). (Tab E) Finance Package 2018-29 and associated Resolutions. (Tab F) Finance Package 2018-30 and associated Resolutions. (Tab G) Finance Package 2018-31 and associated Resolutions. (Tab H) Minutes from the regular session held on July 23, 2018; special and regular session held on July 9, and July 18, 2018; and the special sessions held on July 2, July 11, and July 30, 2018.

 

Motion:   Approve consent agenda items (Tabs A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H) as stated above [See Attachment “A” for Tab E; Attachment “B” for Tab F; and Attachment “C” for Tab G.]

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Health Department, Contract

            Management, Clerk Staff

 

 

REGISTER:

The Chairman signed the register for the following warrants: Wire Transfer No. 1817282 dated 9-17-18 for a register total of $2,238.71; Wire Transfer No. 1817284 dated 9-18-18 for a register total of $470.46; Wire Transfer No. 1817283 dated 9-19-18 for a register total of $3,883.77; Wire Transfer No. 1817285 dated 9-19-18 for a register total of $2,800.21; and, Warrant Nos. 248355 thru 248436 dated 9-21-18 for a register total of $542,060.55.

 

 

OLD BUSINESS:

RS180924 -_6:05:53_(Tab I) Continue discussion regarding the Stewardship District and House Bill 1075.

 

Discussion: Mr. Mullin advised that he is working to schedule Nabors, Giblin and Nickerson, P.A. to appear before the Board on October 8, 2018 to discuss various options related to the Stewardship District and House Bill 1075.

 

Public Input: Jeff Walukonis came forward to speak in opposition of House Bill 1075.

 

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS:

RS180924 -_6:07:26_(Tab J) Approve a Resolution amending Resolution 2018-25 adopted on March 26, 2018 to include technical revisions to the Local Housing Assistance Plan for Fiscal Year 2018/19, Fiscal Year 2019/20, Fiscal Year 2020/21 to increase the housing purchase price; increase the Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Assistance and to add if the homeowner does not have homeowner’s insurance then one (1) year of coverage will be paid out of the award.

 

Motion:   Approve Tab J as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Resolution 2018-108 regarding same.

Maker:    Commissioner Taylor

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

RS180924 -_6:08:26_(Tab K) Consider appointment of Kara Williams to the Northeast Florida Community Action Agency’s Board of Directors.     

 

Motion:   Approve Tab K as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Interim County Manager

 

 

NON-QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING(S):

RS180924 – 6:09:11 (Tab L) Final Public Hearing for Adoption of the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Millage Rates and Budget.

 

Mr. Mullin read the legislative procedures.

 

Motion:   Open the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Discussion: Mr. Stankiewicz reviewed the tentative budget distributed on September 10, 2018.

 

Motion:   Accept documents into Official Record which show all changes made since tentative budget was approved on September 10, 2018.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Kelley

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Discussion: Mr. Stankiewicz read into the record the proposed millage rates and the rolled-back rates for the following: Countywide, Municipal Service Taxing District, Nassau County Recreation and Water Conservation District, Amelia Island Beach Renourishment, and the total millage.

 

Public input: The following citizens came forward to speak in opposition to the final budget: Andrew Curtin, John Harpe, and Jeff Walukonis citing County spending, fair and equal taxing including the ENCPA, and providing the ENCPA with a twelve (12) percent tax rebate. Mr. Mullin and Mr. Stankiewicz responded to the comments regarding the twelve (12) percent Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for the seven (7) public roads within the ENCPA.

 

Motion:   Close the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Kelley

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Approve the final Fiscal Year 2018-2019 millage rate for Countywide millage Rate of 7.4278.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Kelley

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, and

               Taylor

          Nay: Commissioner Spicer

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Approve the final Fiscal Year 2018-2019 millage rate for Municipal Service Taxing District of 2.3093.

Maker:    Commissioner Kelley

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, and

               Taylor

          Nay: Commissioner Spicer

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Approve the final Fiscal Year 2018-2019 millage rate for Recreation and Water Conservation District of 0.0000.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Kelley

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, and

               Spicer, and Taylor.

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Approve the final Fiscal Year 2018-2019 millage rate for Amelia Island Beach Renourishment of 0.1021.

Maker:    Commissioner Kelley

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, and

               Spicer, and Taylor.

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Adopt Resolution 2018-109 approving the final Fiscal Year 2018-2019 total millage rate of 9.8392.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, and

               Taylor

          Nay: Commissioner Spicer

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

 

Motion:   Adopt Resolution 2018-110 adopting the final Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget at $227,331,063.00.

Maker:    Commissioner Kelley

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, and

               Taylor

          Nay: Commissioner Spicer

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

Discussion:   Commissioner Taylor commented that the quarterly reports and updates from the Office of Management and Budget Director and Interim County Manager should provide transparency regarding the status of these projects.  Mr. Mullin also requested that the Board also vote to direct the Office of Management and Budget Director and County Manager to ensure that the quarterly reports are provided.

 

Motion:   Approve Resolution 2018-111 pursuant to Ordinance 2001-38, designating the utilization of the proceeds from the collection of the surtax, including interest.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB

 

Motion:   Direct Office of Management and Budget Director and Interim County Manager to prepare quarterly reports to provide to the Board to track spending.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Interim County Manager

 

 

RS180924 – 6:34:30_(Tab M) Public hearing amending Ordinance No. 2009-09, as amended, known as the Purchasing Policy for Nassau  County, Florida; Amending Section 9, rescinding the waiver as to compliance with 2 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R) Part 200.317 through 2 C.F.R. Part 200.326 and requiring compliance; and providing an effective date.

 

Motion:   Open the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Discussion: Mr. Mullin reviewed the request.

 

No public input.

 

Motion:   Close the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Approve Tab M as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Ordinance 2018-27 regarding same

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

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

            Management

 

 

RS180924 – 6:02:04_(Tab N) Consider an Ordinance of the Board of County Commissioners  of Nassau County, Florida, Rescinding Ordinance No. 2000-26, and establishing minimum standards governing health and general welfare, as to the maintenance of buildings or structures, providing for a nuisance declaration for buildings or structure in violation of the Ordinance; providing for repair and demolition of buildings declared to be a nuisance; providing for the Construction Board of Adjustments  and Appeals to conduct hearings and issue orders of repair and demolition; providing severability; providing an effective date.

 

Motion:   Continue to October 22, 2018, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, consideration of Tab N as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

                Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: County Attorney, Building Official

 

 

RS180924 – 6:36:51_(Tab O) Approve an Ordinance of the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, amending Ordinance No. 2017-37, specifically amending Section 4-34(D), Sunday Hours for Sale of Alcoholic/Intoxicating  Beverages, specifically adding additional unincorporated  areas of Nassau County, east of Interstate 95; providing an effective date.

 

Discussion:  Mr. Mullin reviewed the request.

 

Motion:   Open the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

No public input.

 

Motion:   Close the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Approve Tab O as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Ordinance 2018-28 regarding same.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: County Attorney, Sheriff’s Office

 

 

RS180924 – 6:02:04_(Tab P) Consider Comprehensive Plan Amendment application CPA18-008, an Ordinance amending the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan; providing for the reclassification of approximately 3.21 acres of real property located on the south side of Julia Street between Julia Street and Lewis Street, from Commercial (COM) to High Density Residential (HDR); providing for findings; and providing an effective date.

 

Motion:   Continue to November 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, consideration of Tab P as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, 

                Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

RS180924 – 6:39:50_(Tab Q) Consider CPA18-011, an Ordinance amending the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan; providing for the reclassification of approximately 0.30 acres of real property located on the west side of Amelia Road between Nottingham Drive and Robin Hood Drive, from Public Buildings and Facilities (PBF) to Medium Density Residential (MDR); providing for findings; and providing an effective date.

 

Discussion:  Mr. Pope reviewed the request noting that this was a correction of the Future Land Use Map to allow the property owner to build a residential structure.

 

Motion:   Open the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

No public input.

 

Motion:   Close the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Approve Tab Q as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Ordinance 2018-29 regarding same.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING(S):

RS180924 – 6:02:11 (Tab R) Consideration of a zoning appeal filed by William Murphy, Trust/Owner and Joseph Amellio, agent for owner, appealing the Conditional Use & Variance Board’s denial of VlS-001, pursuant to Section 29-32 of the Nassau County Code of Laws and Ordinances requiring Davis Road to be paved and constructed in accordance with the Nassau County Roadway and Drainage Standards from Musselwhite Road to approximately the eastern most boundary of Sandy Oaks Lane.

 

 

Motion:   Continue to December 10, 2018, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, consideration of Tab R as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, 

                Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

RS180924 – 6:44:10__(Tab S) Consider Rezoning application R18-010, filed by Janan Lynn Rowland, owner, rezoning of approximately 0.30 acres from Commercial General (CG) to Residential Single Family 2 (RS-2). Property is located on the west side of Amelia Road between Nottingham Drive and Robin Hood Drive, Fernandina Beach area.

 

Mr. Mullin read the quasi-judicial procedures applicable for Tabs S and U.  As there was no one in the audience wishing to speak for or against Tabs S and U, the quasi-judicial procedures were waived.

 

Waive Presentation:

RS180924 -_6:44:21

None.

 

Commissioners Ex-parte Communications:

RS180924 -_6:44:21  

None.

 

RS180924 – 6:45:15 Documents submitted into the record: Draft Ordinance – 2 pages; Aerial, FLUM, and Zoning Maps – 3 pages; Staff Report – 8 pages; and, Application – 4 pages.

 

Motion:   Accept documents into the record as presented above.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Open the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Deputy Clerk swore in staff to provide testimony.

 

Discussion:  Mr. Pope reviewed the request.

 

No public input.

 

Motion:   Close the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Approve, based upon competent substantial evidence in the record, Tab S as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Ordinance 2018-30 regarding same.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

RS180924 – 6:02:15 (Tab T) Consider NOPC18-001, for amendment to the Development Order For The Summer Beach Development Of Regional Impact (DRI); specifically amending the Development Order to a previously approved Development Of Regional Impact pursuant to a notification filed by Artisan Homes, LLC; Providing for up to Twenty (20) Multi-Family Residential Units On Parcel D-1.

 

Motion:   Continue to November 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, consideration of Tab R as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, 

                Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

RS180924 – 6:47:50__(Tab U) Consider NOPC18-003, a Resolution constituting the Twentieth amendment to the Development Order for the Summer Beach Development of Regional Impact (DRI); specifically amending the Development Order to a previously approved Development of Regional Impact pursuant to the Notification of a Proposed Change (NOPC) filed by Artisan Homes, LLC, and dated July 25, 2018; providing for development of single-family detached residential units on Parcel N-2; finding that this change does not constitute a substantial deviation from the originally approved DRI Development Oder, as amended; and providing an effective date.

 

Waive Presentation:

RS180924 – 6:46:41

None.

 

Commissioners Ex-parte Communications:

RS180924 -_6:48:37  

None.

 

RS180924 – 6:49:19 Documents submitted into the record: Draft Resolution – 4 pages; Notification of a Proposed Change to a Previously Approved Development of Regional Impact (DRI) – 10 pages; Parcel Map – 1 page; and, Staff Report – 5 pages.

 

Motion:   Accept documents into the record as presented above.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

 

Motion:   Open the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Taylor

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Deputy Clerk swore in staff to provide testimony.

 

No public input.

 

Motion:   Close the floor to public discussion.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

 

Motion:   Approve, based upon competent substantial evidence in the record, Tab U as stated above and authorize Chairman to sign Resolution 2018-112 regarding same.

Maker:    Commissioner Kelley

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

RS180924 – 6:02:20_(Tab V) Consider FD18-006, the Final Development Plan for Parcel D-1 of the Summer Beach PUD/DRI; allowing a maximum of 20 residential units (including townhouses or duplexes) and associated open space. Property is located at 25456 First Coast Highway, Amelia Island.

 

Motion:   Continue to November 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, consideration of Tab R as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards, 

                Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Planning and Economic Opportunity

 

 

EXPANSION ITEMS:

RS180924 -_6:02:43 (1) Consideration and authorization for Chairman to execute the Amendment No. 2/ Second Extension to the Agreement with C.A. Romano (CM2349); (2) Consideration and authorization for Chairman to execute the 2018-2019 Professional Services Agreement with Janet A. Carver (CM2578); (3) Consideration and authorization for the Chairman to execute a thirty (30) day extension to the Research and Administrative Services Agreement with the Amelia Island Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc.; (4) Schedule a special meeting as the SAISSA Board for September 27, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. to consider a grant request; and, (5) Reschedule the November 21, 2018 regular meeting to November 28, 2018.

 

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

          stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Taylor

Second:   Commissioner Leeper

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Interim County Manager, County Attorney

 

 

RS180924 – 6:53:26__Expansion Item #1: Consideration and authorization for Chairman to execute the Amendment No. 2/ Second Extension to the Agreement with C.A. Romano (CM2349).

 

Discussion: Mr. Mullin reviewed the request.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item 1 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Kelley

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Judge Robert

  1. Foster

 

 

RS180924 – 6:54:18_Expansion Item #2: Consideration and authorization for Chairman to execute the 2018-2019 Professional Services Agreement with Janet A. Carver (CM2578).

 

Discussion: Mr. Mullin reviewed the request.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item 2 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Taylor

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Judge Robert

  1. Foster

 

 

RS180924 – 6:55:11 Expansion Item #3: Consideration and authorization for the Chairman to execute a thirty (30) day extension to the Research and Administrative Services Agreement with the Amelia Island Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc.

 

Discussion: Mr. Mullin reviewed the request.

 

Public Input: Richard Schultz, Jacobs, Shultz and Associates, representing the Amelia Island Convention and Visitors Bureau, came forward to thank the Board and staff for their diligent efforts.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item 3 as stated above with the signature page corrected to reflect Commissioner Leeper as Chairman on the Tourist Development Council Board.

Maker:    Commissioner Leeper

Second:   Commissioner Kelley

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Contract Management, Tourist

            Development Council

 

 

RS180924 – 6:57:09 Expansion Item #4: Schedule a special meeting as the SAISSA Board for September 27, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. to consider a grant request.

 

Discussion: Mr. Mullin reviewed the request.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item 4 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Spicer

Second:   Commissioner Taylor

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: OMB, Interim County Manager, County Attorney,

            Bill Moore

 

 

RS180924 – 7:00:40 _Expansion Item #5: Reschedule the November 21, 2018 regular meeting to November 28, 2018.

 

Motion:   Approve expansion item 5 as stated above.

Maker:    Commissioner Kelley

Second:   Commissioner Spicer

Action:   Aye: Commissioners Leeper, Kelley, Edwards,

               Spicer, and Taylor

Follow Up: Interim County Manager

 

 

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

RS180924 – 7:00:42 Commissioner Kelley’s Business:

None.

 

RS180924 – 7:00:44 Commissioner Spicer’s Business: 

None.

 

RS180924 – 7:00:45 Commissioner Leeper’s Business:

None.

 

RS180924 – 7:00:50 Commissioner Taylor’s Business:   

None.

 

RS180924 –  7:00:52 Chairman Edwards’ Business:

None.

 

 

There being no further business, the regular session of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners adjourned at 7:02 p.m.

 

 

 

_____________________________

Pat Edwards, Chairman

 

 

Attest:

 

 

 

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John A. Crawford, Ex-Officio Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENT “A”

 

Finance Package 2018-29:

 

Budget Transfer(s):

 

  1. In the General Fund in the amount of $192,000.00 to realign funding for the Rescue Department’s personal services account through year end.

 

  1. In the Law Library Fund in the amount of $7,000.00 to

cover invoices through year end.

 

Other Items for Consideration:

 

Approve signing authority for Ashley Kelly, Engineer-Development Services, up to $1.000.00 in the County Transportation Fund; and, up to $1,000.00 in the Municipal Services Account.

 

Approve signing authority for Shelley Caldwell, Public Works, up to $1,000.00 in the General Fund- Solid Waste; up to $1,000 in the County Transportation – Road and Bridge Fund; up to $1,000.00 in the County Transportation – Engineering Fund; up to $1,000.00 in the Municipal Service – Development Services Fund; and up to $1,000.00 in the Water & Sewer – Nassau Amelia Utilities Fund.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENT “B”

 

Finance Package 2018-30:

 

 

Resolution(s):

 

  1. Resolution 2018-107, regarding budget amendment in the General Fund in the amount of $33.00 for payment of damaged/lost materials received by the Nassau County Library System not anticipated in the 2017-2018 budget year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENT “C”

 

Finance Package 2018-31:

 

 

Budget Transfer(s):

 

  1. In the Capital Projects – Transportation Fund in the amount of $3,600.00 for a boundary survey for the William Burgess Extension project.