Nassau County Board of County Commissioners Regular Session, March 24, 2014, 6:00 p.m.

Nassau County Board of County Commissioners
Regular Session, March 24, 2014, 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 Barry V. Holloway, Commissioners Steve W. Kelley, Pat Edwards, and Walter J. Boatright (joined meeting at 6:22 p.m.).

Absent: Commissioner Daniel B. Leeper.

Other Officials Present: David A. Hallman, County Attorney; and Ted Selby, County Manager.

Staff Present: Shanea Jones, Office of Management and Budget Director; Scott Herring, Public Works Director; Peter King, Growth Management Director; and representing the Clerk’s office Brenda Linville and Connie Arthur, Deputy Clerks.

Official Agenda Summary:

Audience Input:
RS140324 – 6:03:30 None.

Discussion: Chairman Holloway commented on new legislation regarding public input for agenda items.

RESOLUTION(S):
RS140324 – 6:04:07 (Tab A) Approve a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Florida Public Health.

Discussion: Dr. Eugenia Seidel, Director of the Health Department reviewed the request.

Motion: Approve Tab A as stated above and authorize the
Board to sign Resolution 2014-031 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: Clerk Staff

RS140324 -_6:08:42 (Tab B) Approve a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, proclaiming the month of April 2014 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Motion: Approve Tab B as stated above and authorize the
Board to sign Resolution 2014-032 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: Clerk Staff

PRESENTATION(S):
RS140324 – 6:11:59 (Tab C) Morgan Moeller, Rape Recovery Team Director, Women’s Center of Jacksonville re: public awareness events scheduled for April 2014.

Discussion: Ms. Moeller came forward to thank the Board for the Resolution. She provided a brief background of the organization and announced various events that will be taking place in the month of April 2014.

CONSTITUTIONAL ITEM(S):
RS140324 – 6:16:20 (Tab D) Sheriff’s Business: Authorize use of $3,000.00 from the Crime Prevention Trust Fund to be donated to First Coast Crime Stoppers. Funding source: 01031521-549036 CRMPV.

Motion: Approve Tab D as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Sheriff

RS140324 – 6:16:49 (Tab E) Sheriff’s Business: Consider request from the Sheriff’s Office for waiver of rental fees use of the Yulee County Building on the second Tuesday of each month for the Yulee Citizens Advisory Team meetings and for use of the American Beach Community Center on the fourth Tuesday of each month for the Fernandina Beach/Amelia Island Citizens Advisory Team meetings beginning in April 2014.

Motion: Approve Tab E as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Facilities Maintenance, Sharlene
Carter

RS140324 – 6:17:26 (Tab F) Supervisor of Elections: Discussion of request from the Supervisor of Elections for use of County Facilities for early voting and election days for 2014.

Discussion: Mr. Selby addressed conflicting dates. Discussion followed.

Motion: Approved Supervisor of Elections’ use of the
County Facilities for early voting and election days for 2014 noting that it will not affect the BOCC’s regular meeting in the Commission Chambers on July 28, 2014. Additionally, BOCC will reschedule the regular sessions on August 11 and August 20, 2014 to a combined regular session on August 6, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in order to accommodate the Supervisor of Elections’ request.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: Supervisor of Elections, County Manger, County
Attorney, Board

RS140324 – 6:20:20 (Tab G) Supervisor of Elections: Authorize the Chairman to sign the revised Certificate Regarding Matching Funds for the Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Federal Election Activities Grant.

Motion: Approve Tab G as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: Supervisor of Elections, County Manager

CONSENT ITEM(S):
RS140324 – 6:20:59 (Tab H) Approve Finance Package 2014-12 and Associated Resolutions.

Motion: Approve Tab H as stated above and authorize the
Chairman to sign the associated Resolutions. (See Attachment “A”)
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: OMB, Finance

REGISTER:
The Chairman signed the register for the following warrants: Warrant Nos. 207147 thru 207232 dated 3020-14 for a register total of $314,687.65.

OLD BUSINESS:
RS140324 – 6:21:25 (Tab I) Continue discussion regarding a fence in County Right-of-Way at 1314 Ridge Court.

Discussion: Chairman Holloway commented that there had been a request for this item to be continued. Mr. Hallman suggested granting the continuation with the understanding that once a new dated is determined it will need to be re-advertised.

Motion: Continue to a date uncertain Tab I.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: County Attorney

RS140324 -_6:22:11 (Tab J) Continue discussion regarding chickens in residentially zoned areas.

Discussion: Steve Finch came forward to briefly explain the circumstances. Mr. Selby advised that there is not a provision in the current Ordinance to permit the chickens in residential neighborhoods. Mr. King addressed the residential zoning and the group discussed concerns regarding amending the Ordinance. No action was taken.

RS140324 – 7:51:16 (Tab K) Continue discussion regarding costs associated with relocating the EMS Vehicle and ALS Engine from the Town of Callahan.

Discussion: Mr. Selby reviewed his preliminary research regarding the two options and cost to move the EMS Vehicle and ALS Engine to either Musselwhite Road (at the Sign Shop) or Gray Gables Volunteer Fire Station as discussed at a previous meeting. Discussion followed and it was the consensus of the Board for staff to continue negotiations with Town of Callahan officials and review of options. The group briefly discussed the Town of Callahan Volunteer Fire Department State Certification and verification of certification and mutual aid agreements. The group considered sending letters to the Towns of Callahan and Hilliard regarding taxpayers in their city limits that are not paying anything for fire/rescue. Mr. Selby clarified that they are paying for rescue services only.

NEW BUSINESS:
RS140324 – 6:28:05 (Tab L) Award bid No. NC13-040 to the five lowest, most responsive bidders for Fire/Rescue Medical Supplies; and authorize the Chairman to sign the following contracts: (1) Contract No. CM2042 with Kentron Health Care, Inc.; (2) Contract No. CM2043 with Bound Tree Medical, LLC; (3) Contract No. CM2044 with QuadMed, Inc.; (4) Contract No. CM2045 with Southeastern Emergency Equipment; and (5) Contract No. CM2046 with Henry Schein, Inc. Funding source: 01261526-552221.

Motion: Approve Tab L as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Finance, OMB, Fire Rescue, Contract Management

RS140324 – 6:29:02 (Tab M) Consider request from Gene Drake for waiver of requirements outlined in Nassau County Code, Article 11.2.2., which states access easements shall be a minimum of sixty (60) feet and can serve up to five (5) dwelling units (Why Road).

Discussion: Mr. Herring reviewed the request. Gene Drake came forward to respond to an inquiry regarding the number of homes that access the easement.

Motion: Approve Tab M as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Public Works

RS140224 – 6:33:07 (Tab N) Consider the following: (1) authorize Staff to pursue funding for the expansion of the multi-use trail system on Amelia Island via the Transportation Alternative Project (TAP) Program; and (2) authorize the County Manager to sign the TAP Grant Application upon preliminary selection by the North Florida Transportation Organization.

Motion: Approve Tab N as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Public Works, County Manager

RS140324 – 6:37:08 (Tab O) Discussion of the Mobility Plan and Mobility Fee Ordinance.

Discussion: Nick Gillette, Gillette and Associates, came forward to review the Ordinance and four exceptions proposed by Nabors, Giblin and Nickerson that differ from the Task Force version of the Ordinance. Mr. King discussed the collection of the mobility fees. Mr. Hallman reviewed the Board’s options to proceed. Fred Atwell, representing St. Michaels Catholic Church and Diocese came forward to encourage the Board to exempt churches and ancillary uses from the mobility fees. Douglas Spike, Yulee Baptist Church came forward to address the impact that churches have on the community. Because the full Board was not present there was consensus of the Board to continue discussion of this item to April 14, 2014.

RS140324 – 6:35:17 (Tab P) Consider request to sponsor Nassau County Government Day and allow use of the Yulee Sports Complex on April 19, 2014.

Motion: Approve Tab P as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Boatright
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Facilities, Finance, OMB, Building Department

APPOINTMENT(S):
RS140324 – 6:36:03 (Tab Q) Appointment of a Code Enforcmeent Board member representing District 4 for the term ending June 2017.

Motion: Approve to appoint Mike Spino to represent
District 4 on the Code Enforcement Board. (term ending June 2017) County Manager to send letter.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Boatright
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Code Enforcement, Building Department, Finance,
OMB, County Manager

RS140324 – 7:21:56 The Board recessed and reconvened at 7:29 p.m. to consider the public hearings.

NON-QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING(S):
RS140324 – 7:39:34 (Tab R) Approve Finance Package 2014-13 to carry forward remaining fund balance from the closeout of Fiscal Year 2012/2013 and authorize Chairman to sign associated Resolutions.

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Discussion: Ms. Jones reviewed the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Approve Tab S as stated above and authorize the
Chairman to sign associated Resolutions. (See Attachment “B”)
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Finance, OMB

RS140324 – 7:41:20 (Tab S) Approve a Resolution amending the adopted Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) in compliance with adopted Financial Policies Section V, Capital Improvement Policy 5.8 of Resolution 2013-105, and pursuant to the Impact Fee Ordinance, Ordinance 87-17, as amended, extending for three years the date to refund Impact Fees shown as a funding source for projects in the first three years of the CIP; providing an effective date.

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Discussion: Ms. Jones reviewed the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Approve Tab S as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign Resolution 2014-058 regard same.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Boatright
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Finance, OMB

RS140324 – 7:43:00 (Tab T) Consideration of a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, addressing the Conservation Easement required in Ordinance No. 2006-80, known as the Crane Island Ordinance.

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Discussion: Mr. Selby reviewed the request. Michael S. Mullin, attorney with Rogers Towers and representing the applicant, came forward to also review the request.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Approve Tab T as stated above and authorize the
Chairman to sign Resolution 2014-059 regarding same.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: County Manager, County Attorney

RS140324 – 7:48:34 (Tab U) First public hearing for consideration of an Ordinance of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners amending the Code of Ordinances, amending Article 14 of the Land Development Code, Residential Mobile Home (RMH) Zoning District; amending Article 28 of the Land Development Code, Supplementary Regulations; amending Article 32 of the Land Development Code, Definitions; providing for findings; providing for severability; and providing an effective date

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Discussion: Mr. King reviewed the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Schedule second public hearing for April 14, 2014
at 7:00 p.m. for consideration of Tab U as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management, County Manager

QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING(S):
RS140324 – 7:29:10 (Tab V) For recording purposes only, final approval of Flora Parke Unit 6A, filed by John A. Seminak, Seda Construction Company, owner and Brian Kientz,P.E., Connelly & Wicker, agent for owner to construct a forty-six (46) lot subdivision on approximately 22.87 acres. Property is zoned Planned Unit Development (PUD) and is designated as Medium Density Residential on the Future Land Use Map (FLUM). Property is located on Flora Parke Boulevard and Jupiter Drive within the existing Flora Parke Subdivision, Yulee area. Staff recommends approval.

Commissioners Ex-parte Communications:
RS140324 – 7:30:26 Chairman Holloway commented that he had a conversation with Tom Ford, Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board, and Mr. Seminak regarding this item. All others indicated they had no communications related to this issue.

RS140324 – 7:30:43 Documents submitted into the record: Agenda request, plat application and Flora Parke Unit 6A plat.

Motion: Accept documents into the record as presented
above.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Deputy Clerk swore in staff to provide testimony.

Discussion: Mr. King reviewed the request.

Waive Presentation:
RS140324 – 7:31:40 Applicant waives his presentation.

No public input.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Approve, based upon competent substantial
evidence in the record, Tab V as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign the Flora Parke Unit 6A plat.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management, Clerk Staff

RS140324 – 7:37:13 (Tab W) For recording purposes only, consider final plat for Floridian Enclave at Flora Parke Unit 8, filed by Seda Construction Company, Inc., owner, and Brian Kientz, Connelly Wicker Engineering, agent for owner, to construct fifty-three (53) lot subdivision on approximately 26.83 acres. Property is zoned as Planned Unit Development (PUD) and designated as Medium Density Residential by the Future Land Use Map. Property is located on the southeast side of Amelia Concourse, west of Flora Parke Unit 6B in Yulee. Staff recommends approval.

Commissioners Ex-parte Communications:
RS140324 – 7:37:51 Chairman Holloway commented that he had a conversation with Tom Ford, Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board, and Mr. Seminak regarding this item. All others indicated they had no communications related to this issue.

RS140324 – 7:38:00 Documents submitted into the record: Agenda request, plat application and Floridian Enclave at Flora Parke Unit 8 plat.

Motion: Accept documents into the record as presented
above.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Discussion: Mr. King reviewed the request.

Waive Presentation:
RS140324 – 7:38:41 Applicant waives his presentation.

No public input.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Boatright
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Approve, based upon competent substantial
evidence in the record, Tab W as stated above and authorize the Chairman to sign the Floridian Enclave at Flora Parke Unit 8 plat.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management, Clerk Staff

RS140324 – 7:32:41 (Tab X) Consider approval of the revised Flora Parke Multi-Family Final Development Plan Site Plan application SP06-021, filed by Seda Construction, Inc., owner, and Brian Kientz, Conley Wicker Engineering, agent for owner, allowing for a reduction from 136 unit townhomes to 53 single-family lots.

Commissioners Ex-parte Communications:
RS140324 – 7:33:06 Chairman Holloway commented that he had a conversation with Tom Ford, Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board, and Mr. Seminak regarding this item. All others indicated they had no communications related to this issue.

RS140324 – 7:33:15 Documents submitted into the record: Agenda request, Flora Parke Multi-Family BOCC Agenda Packet dated November 27, 2006, Flora Parke Site Plan SP06-021, and Floridian Enclave at Flora Parke Unit 8 plat.

Motion: Accept documents into the record as presented
above.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management

Motion: Open the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Discussion: Mr. King reviewed the request.

Waive Presentation:
RS140324 – 7:34:51 John A. Seminak came forward and was sworn in to provide testimony regarding the request.

No public input.

Motion: Close the floor to public discussion.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper

Motion: Approve, based upon competent substantial
evidence in the record, Tab X as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Kelley
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: Growth Management

EXPANSION ITEMS:
RS140324 – 6:02:43 Appoint Matt Trammell to the North Florida Transportation Organization’s Citizens Advisory Committee.

Motion: Expand the meeting to consider one (1) item as
stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Edwards
Second: Commissioner Kelley
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway
Absent: Commissioners Leeper and Boatright
Follow Up: County Manager

RS140324 -_8:02:43 Expansion Item #1: Appoint Matt Trammell to the North Florida Transportation Organization’s Citizens Advisory Committee.

Motion: Approve expansion item 1 as stated above.
Maker: Commissioner Boatright
Second: Commissioner Edwards
Action: Aye: Commissioners Kelley, Edwards, Holloway, and
Boatright
Absent: Commissioner Leeper
Follow Up: County Manager, Public Works

DISCUSSION ITEMS:
RS140324 – 8:03:36 Commissioner Kelley’s Business:

• Advised that he received two telephone calls from businesses along A1A regarding letters they received from Code Enforcement regarding the Sign Ordinance. He suggested that they contact Growth Management and the County Manager to address their concerns. Mr. Selby commented that there was a formal complaint filed with the County to enforce the Sign Ordinance from I-95 to the County line on Amelia Island.

RS140324 – 8:04:54 Commissioner Boatright’s Business:

• Provided an update regarding his health.

• Request that drainage issues be added to the Annual Florida Association of Counties Legislative Conference agenda.

RS140324 – 8:06:35 Commissioner Edwards’ Business:

• The group briefly addressed speed bumps on a portion of Harts Road.

RS140324 – 8:09:10 Chairman Holloway’s Business:

• Reminder regarding the 2014 Annual Railroad Days Festival in Callahan, Florida on March 28 and 29, 2014.

• Noted that various Commissioners and staff would be attending the Annual Florida Association of Counties Legislative Conference in Tallahassee, Florida this week.

There being no further business, the regular session of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners adjourned at 8:09 p.m.

_____________________________
Barry V. Holloway, Chairman

Attest:

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John A. Crawford, Ex-Officio Clerk

ATTACHMENT “A”

Finance Package 2014-12:

Budget Transfer(s):

1. In the General Fund in the amount of $6,070.00 to use donations designated for the Library expansion/renovation project.

2. In the County Transportation Fund in the amount of $173.00 to adjust budget for cash forward. (revenue)

3. In the County Transportation Fund in the amount of $173.00 to adjust budget for cash forward. (expenditure)

ATTACHMENT “B”

Finance Package 2014-13:

Resolution(s):

1. Resolution 2014-33, regarding budget amendment in the General Fund in the amount of $796,043.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

2. Resolution 2014-34, regarding budget amendment in the County Transportation Fund in the amount of $606,999.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

3. Resolution 2014-35, regarding budget amendment in the Municipal Service Fund in the amount of $235,183.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

4. Resolution 2014-36, regarding budget amendment in the One Cent Sales Surtax Fund in the amount of $1,595,171.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

5. Resolution 2014-37, regarding budget amendment in the Law Enforcement Training Fund in the amount of $5,649.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

6. Resolution 2014-38, regarding budget amendment in the Special law Enforcement Fund in the amount of ($2,009.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount for Fiscal Year 13/14.

ATTACHMENT “B”

7. Resolution 2014-39, regarding budget amendment in the Sheriff Donation Fund in the amount of ($4,358.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount of Fiscal Year 13/14.

8. Resolution 2014-40, regarding budget amendment in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund in the amount of $9,822.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

9. Resolution 2014-41, regarding budget amendment in the Nassau County Anti-Drug Fund in the amount of $1,307.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

10.Resolution 2014-42, regarding reducing budget
amendment in the Court Facility Fees in the amount of ($76,864.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount for Fiscal Year 13/14.

11.Resolution 2014-43, regarding reducing budget
amendment in the Law Library Trust Fund in the amount of ($25,791.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount for Fiscal Year 13/14.

12.Resolution 2014-44, regarding budget amendment in
the Criminal Justice Trust Fund in the amount of $5,311.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

13.Resolution 2014-45, regarding reducing budget
amendment in the Driver Education Safety Fund in the amount of ($3,338.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount in Fiscal Year 13/14.

14.Resolution 2014-46, regarding budget amendment in
the 911 Operations and Maintenance Fund in the
ATTACHMENT “B”

amount of $72,955.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

15.Resolution 2014-47, regarding budget amendment in
the Amelia Island Tourist Development Fund in the amount of $303,395.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

16.Resolution 2014-48, regarding budget amendment in
the Nassau County Impact Fee Fund in the amount of $32,740.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

17.Resolution 2014-49, regarding budget amendment in
the Local Afford Housing (SHIP) Fund in the amount of $380,846.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

18.Resolution 2014-50, regarding budget amendment in
the SAISS MSBU Fund in the amount of $4,687.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

19.Resolution 2014-51, regarding budget amendment in
the Building Department Fund in the amount of $339,858.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

20.Resolution 2014-52, regarding budget amendment in
the Amelia Concourse MSBU Fund in the amount of $8057.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

21.Resolution 2014-53, regarding budget amendment in
the Florida Statutes Special Revenue Fund in the amount of $36,474.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.
ATTACHMENT “B”

22.Resolution 2014-54, regarding reducing budget
amendment in the Capital Project-Transportation Fund in the amount of ($179,588.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount for Fiscal Year 13/14.

23.Resolution 2014-55, regarding budget amendment in
the Capital Projects – SAISS Fund in the amount of $36,027.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

24.Resolution 2014-56, regarding budget amendment in
the Solid Waste Fund in the amount of $877,314.00 which has carried forward cash, in excess of what was budgeted for Fiscal Year 13/14.

25.Resolution 2014-57, regarding reducing budget
amendment in the Water and Sewer Fund in the amount of ($10,004.00) which has budgeted cash forward revenues, in excess of the actual amount for Fiscal Year 13/14.