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File #: 22-529   
Status: Agenda Ready
In control: PORT EVERGLADES DEPARTMENT
On agenda: 5/10/2022 Final action:
Title: MOTION TO APPROVE Performance Based Milestone Funding Agreement between Broward County and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to provide up to $27,500,000 in funding to Broward County for site rehabilitation of petroleum contaminated areas at Port Everglades as part of the Port Everglades Slip 1 Expansion Project; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.
Indexes: Established Commission Goals
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - FDEP Funding Agreement
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Broward County Commission Regular Meeting
Director's Name: Jonathan Daniels
Department: Port Everglades Division: Director's Office

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Requested Action
title
MOTION TO APPROVE Performance Based Milestone Funding Agreement between Broward County and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to provide up to $27,500,000 in funding to Broward County for site rehabilitation of petroleum contaminated areas at Port Everglades as part of the Port Everglades Slip 1 Expansion Project; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

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Why Action is Necessary
Broward County Board of County Commissioners approval is required for funding agreements.

What Action Accomplishes
Approves a Performance Based Milestone Funding Agreement to provide up to $27,500,000 in state funding for site rehabilitation of petroleum contaminated areas at Port Everglades as part of the Port Everglades Slip 1 Expansion Project.

Is this Action Goal Related
Yes

Previous Action Taken
None

Summary Explanation/Background
THE PORT EVERGLADES DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS APPROVAL.

This action supports the Broward County Board of County Commissioners' ("Board") Value of "Ensuring economic opportunities for Broward's diverse population and businesses" and the Goal to "Increase the economic strength and impact of revenue-generating County enterprises balancing economic, environmental, and community needs," as well as the Board Value of "Encouraging investments in renewable energy, sustainable practices and environmental protection" and the Goal to "Proactively lead in the planning, design and construction of projects supporting resilience and climate adaptation, including coordination with other entities to foster resilient design as part of local and regional projects, especially shore protection efforts."

Slip 1 at Port Everglades is the oldest slip in the Port and has been used to berth petroleum tank vessels since 1931. The 2014 Port Everglades Master/Vision Plan...

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