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File #: 22-582   
Status: Agenda Ready
In control: County Administration - Real Property Section
On agenda: 5/10/2022 Final action:
Title: MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution accepting a groundwater monitoring well easement located at 1650 NE 50th Court in Pompano Beach from the City of Pompano Beach at no cost to the County; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same and authorize recordation of same. (Commission District 4)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Resolution, 2. Exhibit 2 - Easement, 3. Exhibit 3 - City Resolution, 4. Exhibit 4 - Property Datasheet and Aerial Map
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Broward County Commission Regular Meeting                               

Director's Name:  Monica Cepero

Department:                       County Administration                                          Division:  Real Property

 

Information

Requested Action

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MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution accepting a groundwater monitoring well easement located at 1650 NE 50th Court in Pompano Beach from the City of Pompano Beach at no cost to the County; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same and authorize recordation of same. (Commission District 4)

 

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Why Action is Necessary

Board of County Commissioners' approval is required to accept an interest in real property pursuant to Broward County Administrative Code, Section 6.23.

 

What Action Accomplishes

Provides Broward County with a groundwater monitoring well easement for the installation and maintenance of a saltwater facility.

 

Is this Action Goal Related

No

 

Previous Action Taken

None.

 

Summary Explanation/Background

The Water Management Division requested an easement for the installation of a groundwater monitoring well facility located at 1650 NE 50th Court in Pompano Beach. On January 25, 2022, the City of Pompano Beach approved Resolution No. 2022-62 granting the County a nonexclusive and perpetual easement to install, maintain, and repair a gaging station, groundwater monitoring well, and other installations required to monitor groundwater salinity.

All documents have been reviewed and approved as to form by the Office of the County Attorney.

 

Source of Additional Information

Lary S. Mahoney, Director of Real Estate Development, County Administration (954) 357-7357

Trevor Fisher, Director, Public Works Department, (954) 357-6410

Susan Bodmann, PG, PMP, Director, Water management Division (954) 831-0765

 

Fiscal Impact

Fiscal Impact/Cost Summary

There is no fiscal impact to Broward County.