This is the 1st meeting of the City Council in 2021 and there are a lot of items on this meeting agenda …. 777 pages worth ….
But I’m breaking it down for you with the most important items that will impact our everyday lives, as well as the Agenda packet, all 777 pages, for you to view in detail anytime.
Carol and Lane Ave Stormwater Ditch Clearing
Approve the award to SDV Services Inc. in the amount of $219,150 to provide ditch clearing and grading at a stormwater ditch located between Carol Avenue and Lane Avenue.
Additionally, authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order.
Purchase of New Police K9s
Approve Police Department K9 Donations/Private Sources Fund transfer request in the amount of $19,500.00. Approve purchase of three (3) new K9s.
Appropriate Forfeiture Funds for Vehicle Maintenance, Crime Prevention, a New Sign and Rapid-ID for Titusville Police Department
Appropriate and approve the use of $10,000.00 in forfeiture funds for repair and maintenance of forfeiture vehicles, appropriate and approve the use of $4,000.00 in forfeiture funds to purchase crime prevention materials and to promote various services the Police Department supports
Appropriate and approve the use of $15,000.00 in forfeiture funds to purchase a new sign to replace the existing non functioning sign outside of the Titusville Police Department.
Appropriate and approve $10,400.00 in forfeiture funds to purchase Mobile Identification Systems.
Also, approve the budget amendment and proposal from DataWorks Plus for Mobile Identification System.
Purchase of Firefighting Bunker Gear
Approve purchase of sixty (60) sets of bunker gear from Bennett Fire Products for a total cost of $138,655.20, piggybacking the current Lake County Florida Contract #17- 0606, and to authorize staff to initiate necessary instruments to secure purchase.
Approve Work Order – Vegetation Harvesting at Draa Field Approve the award of Work Order to Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. in the amount of $115,261.40 to provide vegetation harvesting services at the Draa Field Pond. Additionally, approve the associated budget amendment and authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order.
Change Order & Contract with SDV Services, Inc for Additional Services on the Marina Lift Station Project
Approve Change Order #1 in the amount of $59,685.26 to Contract #20-B-017 with SDV Services, Inc to include additional services and authorize the Mayor to execute the change order.
Osprey Water Reclamation Facility Dissolved Air Flotation Thickener Repair
Approve a contract with MKI Services, Inc. of Coral Springs, FL in the amount of $49,523 for the repair of the Osprey Water Reclamation Facility Dissolved Air Flotation Thickener and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract upon review and approval of City Attorney with Purchasing Department.
Purchase of Solid Waste Carts
Approve purchase of automated carts in the amount of $43,354.08 from Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc. of Charlotte, NC utilizing pricing from the HGACBuy cooperate purchasing agreement. Additionally, approve the associated budget amendment.
FY2021 Annual Road Resurfacing Project Contract Award
Approve the award of FY21 Annual Road Resurfacing Project to MASCI General Contractor Inc. from Port Orange, FL in the amount of $815,416.78 for the construction of paving improvements at various locations within the City of Titusville, and authorize the Mayor to execute said contract upon review and approval of City Attorney and staff.
Work Order for Engineering Services for the New Master Pump Station
Approve the award of Work Order #6 to Wright Pierce, Inc., of Orlando, FL in the amount of $287,100 to provide engineering consulting services including, but not limited to, the preparation of design drawings and specifications, permitting, bidding assistance and construction administration services for the New Master Pump Station Improvements, and authorize the Mayor to execute the Work Order and a budget transfer for additional funding to the project account.
Additional Funding for Project Z02013 – Marina Wi-Fi
Approve the funding for the upgrade of the Wi-Fi equipment at the Titusville Marina in the amount of $52,000 and award the contract to Canaveral Construction Co., Inc. of Mims, FL.
Titusville is Boater Friendly !!!!
Completion of Lease Acquisition – Stormwater Vacuum Truck
Approve the completion of lease acquisition of approved stormwater vacuum truck with sixth year (2026) final payment in the amount of $84,000 and repurchase agreement with Environmental Products Group, Inc. Additionally, authorize Mayor to execute the contract documents.
‘New Business’ items are new agenda items in the beginning stages of the approval process. Some items might takes a couple months, some items, like a new subdivision or new mall, could take years
Ordinance No. 2-2021 – Rezoning – Huntington Park
Conduct the first reading Ordinance No. 2-2021 for Rezoning (REZ) Application No. 2-2020 Huntington Park to amend the Planned Development (PD) zoning ordinance and master plan for vacant land west of Park Avenue and north of Country Club Drive with the amendments to Exhibit A of the ordinance. (This is the first reading of Ordinance No. 2-2021. The second reading and public hearing will be conducted by City Council on January 26, 2021 beginning at 6:30 pm.)
On January 6, 2021, the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) recommended approval with the condition that parking on the road is restricted to a single side using odd and even approach (vote: 5 yes, 2 no). Additional concerns were also discussed by the P&Z, which the Commission requested be conveyed to the City Council.
Resolution No. 4-2021 Regarding On-Street Parking
Adopt Resolution No. 4-2021 amending the Transportation Infrastructure Technical Manual and specifications in support of the Land Development Regulations, by amending Section 9 “Transportation Infrastructure” by amending Sections 9.16 “Number Of Required Parking Spaces” and 220.127.116.11 “On-Street Parking Allowance” to amend language related to on-street Page 5 of 777 parking.
On November 18, 2020, the Planning and Zoning Commission considered the proposed Resolution and unanimously (6:0) recommended approval as written.
City Council Meeting Agenda Packet in it’s Entirety