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Meeting Name: County Commission Agenda status: Published
Meeting date/time: 6/14/2022 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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   MEETING OF JUNE 14, 2022  Not available Not available
   PRESENTATION: AFFORDABLE HOUSING DR. MURRAY, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY  Not available Not available
   CONSENT AGENDA  Not available Not available
   BOARD APPOINTMENTS  Not available Not available
22-432 1.MOTION TO APPROVE Board Appointments  Not available Not available
22-1028 1A.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Shaheewa T. Jarrett Gelin to the Small Business Development Advisory Board. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1029 1B.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Karen Hodge Kaestner to the Health and Sanitary Control Board. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1031 1C.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Djenane S. Gourgue to the Broward Cultural Council. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1030 1D.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Reniese McNeal to the Homeless Continuum of Care Board in the category of “Person currently homeless or formerly experienced homelessness.”. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1037 1E.A. MOTION TO REAPPOINT Naima Khan-Ghany to the Commission on the Status of Women. ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated June 14, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Bogen. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida Statutes for Naima Khan-Ghany who holds an employment or contractual relationship with an entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Bogen) ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated June 14, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Bogen. VOTE: 9-0.  Not available Not available
22-1038 1F.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Eileen Davis-Jerome to the Human Rights Board. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  Not available Not available
22-1039 1G.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Sharon P. Ragoonan to Advisory Board for Individuals with Disabilities in the category of “registered voter; dedicated to advancement of the disabled.” (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1053 1H.MOTION TO APPOINT Christopher C. Hugley to the Consumer Protection Board. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1057 1I.A. MOTION TO REAPPOINT following at-large advisory board members: - Lois A. Bush to the Climate Change Task Force - Marlon D. Bolton to the Community Action Agency Advisory Board - Natasha Britton to the Health Facilities Authority - Marcia P. Barry-Smith to the Housing Council - Frances Esposito to the Housing Council - Caryl Hattan to the Housing Council - Lisa Vecchi to the Housing Council - Christopher Krzemien to the Housing Council - Teneshia Taylor to the Housing Council - Scheril Murray Powell to the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board - Mary Scofield-Phillips to the Pompano Beach Residential District Advisory Board - Dahlia Baker to the Small Business Development Advisory Board ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated June 14, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Alston. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida Statutes for Lois Bush, Frances Esposito, Lisa Vecchi, and Dahlia Baker who hold an employment or contractual relationship with an entity that receives funds from Broward Co  Not available Not available
22-1054 1J.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Darryl M. Payne to the Living Wage Advisory Board. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1056 1K.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Jonathan S. Frasher to the Broward Regional Emergency Medical Services Council. (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
22-1052 1L.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Abby Freedman to the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  Not available Not available
22-1055 1M.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Chelsa Arscott to the Small Business Development Advisory Board. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  Not available Not available
22-1058 1N.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Hassan Shareef to the Consumer Protection Board. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  Not available Not available
22-1059 1O.MOTION TO REAPPOINT Jorge H. Ibacache to the Advisory Board for Individuals with Disabilities. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  Not available Not available
22-1061 1P.MOTION TO APPOINT Melissa P. Dunn to the Tourist Development Council in the category of “area with a multi-purpose county regional park capable of hosting local, national and international sports championship events.” (Commissioner Alston)  Not available Not available
   PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT  Not available Not available
   FACILITIES MANAGEMENT DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-997 2.MOTION TO APPROVE Third Amendment to Lease Agreement for the Leasing of Real Property for use as a Theater between Broward County (Landlord) and Broward County Film Society, Inc. (Tenant) for approximately 11,004 square feet located at 503 Southeast 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale extending the term of the lease for five years plus two optional five-year renewals at a rental rate of $1.00 per year; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Commission District 4)  Not available Not available
   WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-937 3.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution accepting a utility easement executed by Fairway Memorial Properties, LLC, located in the Fairway Memorial Gardens in the City of Deerfield Beach; and authorize recordation of same. (Commission District 2)  Not available Not available
22-938 4.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution accepting a utility easement executed by Lennar Homes, LLC, located at 2810 Crystal Lake Drive in the City of Deerfield Beach; and authorize recordation of same. (Commission District 2)  Not available Video Video
   HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT  Not available Not available
22-946 5.MOTION TO APPROVE Third Amendment to Agreement between Broward County and Echo Consulting Services, Inc., to extend the use of Clinician’s Desktop and Revenue Manager applications (“Echo Software”) and related services to the Broward Addiction Recovery Division (BARD), for up to three additional one-year terms, effective September 23, 2022 through September 23, 2025; restore the full amount of the Director of Purchasing’s delegated authority under Section 21.47 of the Broward County Procurement Code with respect to this Agreement; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute the same.  Not available Not available
   COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-715 6.A. MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, authorizing appropriation and disbursement of Florida Department of Children and Families (“DCF”) grant funds in the amount of $420,162 to specified service providers for Fiscal Year 2022-2023; authorizing the County Administrator to execute Amendment No. 0004 to DCF Grant Contract No. JP003 (subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney) and agreements with specified service providers (subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney) and to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the agreements; and providing for severability and an effective date. ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-317. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the Unified Homeless Grant Fund in the amount of $420,162 for housing projects to assist individuals and families in Broward County who are experiencing homelessness, and for administrative support to the Homeless Continuum of Care under the DCF E  Not available Not available
22-826 7.A. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute First Amendment to Agreement No. 18-CP-CSA-ELC-01 between Broward County and Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc. (subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney) for subsidized childcare services for low-income families, increasing the Agreement from $2,342,795 to $2,842,795, effective retroactively from May 1, 2022, through September 30, 2022; and authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the Agreement as amended. ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute First Amendment to Agreement No. 22-CP-CSA-4805-01 between Broward County and Fort Lauderdale Independence Training & Education Center, Inc. (subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney) for independent living and rental assistance services, increasing the Agreement from $490,000 to $550,000, effective retroactively from May 1, 2022, through September 30, 2022; and authorize the Cou  Not available Not available
22-933 8.MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute Fourth Amendment to Agreement No. 18-CP-CSA-JRACH-01, between Broward County and Junior Achievement of South Florida Inc. subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney to add non-recurring funding to the Agreement in the amount of $200,000 to support youth participation in the workforce development program, effective retroactively from October 1, 2021, through September 30, 2022; and authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the Agreement as amended.  Not available Not available
   ELDERLY AND VETERANS SERVICES DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-766 9.MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement No. 22-EVSD-8210-01 between Broward County and the Areawide Council on Aging of Broward County, Inc. in the amount of $784,920, effective retroactively from October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022, providing local match funding for senior services in Broward County and supplemental rollover funds to purchase electronic devices for eligible seniors and caregivers; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same; and authorize the County Administrator to take any necessary budgetary and administrative actions to implement the Agreement.  Not available Video Video
22-791 10.A. MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement No. JA122-15-2022 between the Areawide Council on Aging of Broward County, Inc. and Broward County, effective retroactively from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022, in the amount of $36,518 to provide caregiver training and support services to eligible residents; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same; authorize the County Administrator to execute amendments to the Agreement, subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, that do not change the scope of services substantively or impose additional financial obligations on the County; and authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the Agreement. (Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.) (Item Numbers 9 and 10 were taken up and voted on together.) ACTION: (T-11:12 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting. B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the Older Americans Act Title IIIE Fund to appropriate revenue i  Not available Video Video
   FAMILY SUCCESS ADMINISTRATION DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-875 11.MOTION TO APPROVE Modification One of Agreement between the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Broward County, increasing the estimated amount by $6,500,000 for a total estimated amount of $38,000,000, effective from the date of full execution through September 30, 2023, to add the Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program Grant; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same; authorize the County Administrator to execute amendments and modifications to the subgrant Agreement, subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, that do not impose additional financial obligations on the County; and authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the subgrant Agreement.  Not available Video Video
   OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET  Not available Not available
22-886 12.MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the General Fund transferring budget authority between accounts, with no net impact, related to the provision of government services, which is an allowable use of (the Federal) Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (CLFRF), to align with the costs being expensed by the county in the (County) Coronavirus Aid to Counties Fund and to authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions.  Not available Not available
22-947 13.MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the General Capital Outlay fund transferring funds in the amount of $300,000 from reserves to provide funding for expert witnesses in connection with litigation concerning the Courthouse Tower project.  Not available Not available
   GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU  Not available Not available
22-887 14.MOTION TO AUTHORIZE President of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau (“GFLCVB”) or designee to approve reductions to license and ancillary fees charged for the use of the Broward County Convention Center (“Convention Center”) in amounts not to exceed $250,000 per agreement, and to authorize the County Administrator or designee to approve reductions in amounts not to exceed $500,000 per agreement, when deemed appropriate and in the best interest of the County based on competitive reasons, economic conditions, construction at the convention center, and/or other business needs, through the completion of construction at the Convention Center (currently expected in 2025).  Not available Not available
   OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT  Not available Not available
22-986 15.MOTION TO DIRECT Office of the County Attorney to draft: (i) an Ordinance amending Chapter 9½, Section 9½-50, et seq., of the Broward County Code of Ordinances relating to expanding economic incentives under the Broward County Job Growth/Economic Incentives Act (the “Act”); and (ii) a Resolution amending Chapter 19, Part V of the Broward County Administrative Code relating to the administration of the Act, with both the ordinance and the resolution based on terms developed by the Office of Economic and Small Business Development.  Not available Not available
   REQUEST TO SET FOR PUBLIC HEARING  Not available Not available
22-842 16.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of Public Hearing to be held on August 25, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. in Room 422 of the Governmental Center, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida to vacate variable width water and sewers easements as recorded in Official Records Book 20005, Page 204 of the Official Records of Broward County, Florida, generally located on the north side of the intersection of Southwest 35 Avenue and Stirling Road in the City of Hollywood; Petitioners: MG3 West Hollywood LLC.; Agent: Keith Poliakoff, c/o Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr, LLP; Application for Vacation and Abandonment: 2018-V-14. (Commission District 6)  Not available Not available
22-789 17.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of Public Hearing to be held on August 25, 2022, at 10:00 a.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to consider the application of Eller-I.T.O. Stevedoring Company, L.L.C., for the granting of a renewal of a nonexclusive franchise for a ten-year term to provide stevedore services at Port Everglades.  Not available Not available
22-923 18.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of Public Hearing to be held on August 25, 2022, at 10:00 a.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to consider the application of Cemex Construction Materials Florida, LLC, for the granting of a renewal of a nonexclusive franchise for a ten-year term to provide stevedore services at Port Everglades.  Not available Not available
22-943 19.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of Public Hearing to be held on August 25, 2022, at 10:00 a.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to consider the application of Cemex Construction Materials Florida, LLC, for the granting of a renewal of a nonexclusive franchise for a ten-year term to provide cargo handler services at Port Everglades.  Not available Not available
   RESILIENT ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT  Not available Not available
22-881 20.MOTION TO APPROVE Seventh Amendment to the Agreement between Broward County and the firms of Aptim and Olsen Associates, Inc., operating as a Joint Venture, in substantially the form attached as Exhibit 1, for coastal engineering consultant services for the Broward County Shore Protection Project (RLI No. 040897-RB), providing for post-construction reporting and monitoring for beach renourishment along Segment II, increasing the total agreement compensation by up to $4,058,326 from $22,230,602 to $26,288,928; and authorize the Director of Purchasing to approve nonmaterial changes that do not further increase the total cost to County, subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute the final form of the amendment. (Commission District 4)  Not available Not available
   ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-869 21.MOTION TO APPROVE Amendment to Joint Participation Agreement (JPA) by and between Broward County and Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 4 that was executed on December 5, 2017, to share responsibility for Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit requirements, extending the Agreement term retroactively from January 5, 2022, through January 4, 2023, providing for additional funding in the amount of $24,582, and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  Not available Not available
   NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-767 22.A. MOTION TO APPROVE U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cooperative Agreement 06OHBIO00013-17-00 (grant) in the amount of $354,358 to provide funding for the BioWatch monitoring program in Broward County retroactively from May 1, 2022 - April 30, 2023 and authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the grant. ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the DHS Grant Fund for the Natural Resources Division in the amount of $354,358 to recognize revenues for the purpose of field sampling and collection under the BioWatch Program. ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-326. VOTE: 9-0.  Not available Not available
22-902 23.MOTION TO APPROVE Interlocal Agreement between the School Board of Broward County (SBBC) and Broward County, effective from July 1, 2022, in the amount of $1,327,840 for NatureScape and Air Quality programming services; and authorize the County Administrator to execute the agreement and take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions, subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, in substantially the form as Exhibit 1, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to approve nonmaterial changes that do not increase the total cost to County; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute the final approved version.  Not available Not available
   HOUSING FINANCE DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-904 24.A. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to amend the Broward County Five Year Strategic Consolidated Plans for Fiscal Years 2015-2019 and Fiscal Years 2020-2024 and the accompanying Annual Action Plans for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") Community Planning and Development Grants; to make necessary project/activity eligibility and programmatic changes; reprogramming funds and revising Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Community Development Block Grant CARES (CDBG-CV, and CV3) funds, CDBG-CV2 funds awarded through the state of Florida Department of Economic Development, Community Development Block Grant ("CDBG"), Home Investment Partnerships American Rescue Plan Program (HOME-ARP), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) grant, and Emergency Solutions Cares Act Grants (ESG-CV2) based on the recommendations in Exhibit 1; authorizing the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions for implementation of the changes, to submit a copy of the amendment to HUD, and to execute agreements, amendments, rein  Not available Video Video
   URBAN PLANNING DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-580 25.MOTION TO APPROVE Subordination Agreement related to Declarations of Restrictive Covenants for HTG Village View, LLC, located east of North Andrews Avenue, between Northeast 6 Street and Northeast 7 Street in the City of Fort Lauderdale, involving the waiver of certain impact fees and to authorize County Administrator to execute same. (Commission District 4)  Not available Not available
   BROWARD MUNICIPAL SERVICES DISTRICT  Not available Not available
22-365 26.MOTION TO DIRECT Office of the County Attorney to draft an Ordinance amending Chapter 39 of the Broward County Code of Ordinances (“Zoning Code”) creating the Garden Park Mixed Use zoning district and adding associated definitions.  Not available Not available
22-944 27.A. MOTION TO APPROVE LED Lighting Agreement between Broward County and Florida Power & Light Company (FP&L) for installation, modification, and maintenance of LED street lighting facilities in Boulevard Gardens within the Broward Municipal Services District, at a cost of $299,663 to the County, and authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute same (Exhibit 1). (Commission District 8) ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO APPROVE LED Lighting Agreement between Broward County and FP&L for installation, modification, and maintenance of LED street lighting facilities in Franklin Park within the Broward Municipal Services District, at a cost of $115,566 to the County and authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute same (Exhibit 2). (Commission District 8) ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved. VOTE: 9-0. C. MOTION TO APPROVE LED Lighting Agreement between Broward County and FP&L for installation, modification, and maintenance of LED street lighting facilitates in Roosevelt Gardens within the Broward Municipal Services District, at a cost of $458,819 to the County and authoriz  Not available Not available
22-953 28.MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution transferring $140,000 from reserve within the Unincorporated Area Capital Project Fund for the purpose of providing funding for the Boulevard Gardens Project. (Commission District 8)  Not available Not available
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   QUASI-JUDICIAL CONSENT HEARING  Not available Not available
   RESILIENT ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT  Not available Not available
   URBAN PLANNING DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-427 29.MOTION TO APPROVE plat note amendment to BCHA FL 76-6 Plat (081-UP-80). (Commission District 5)  Not available Not available
22-680 30.MOTION TO APPROVE plat entitled Park Place Homes (007-MP-21). (Commission District 5)  Not available Not available
22-741 31.MOTION TO APPROVE plat entitled ARKHAM (031-MP-21). (Commission District 5)  Not available Not available
22-841 32.A MOTION TO APPROVE non-vehicular access line amendment on Tara (015-UP-94). (Commission District 1)  Not available Not available
22-880 33.MOTION TO APPROVE plat entitled Zona Place (013-MP-21). (Commission District 5)  Not available Not available
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   COUNTY ADMINISTRATION  Not available Not available
   CULTURAL DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-774 34.MOTION TO APPROVE direct selection of artist Project One Studio and their proposed artwork design for the Port Everglades 19th Avenue and Eller Drive project in an amount not to exceed $200,000, which is currently budgeted in the Port Everglades Capital Improvement Fund. (Commission District 6)  Not available Not available
   INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS/BOARDS SECTION  Not available Not available
22-989 35.MOTION TO APPROVE Commissioner Torey Alston as voting delegate and Commissioner Beam Furr as alternate voting delegate for submission of voting credentials for the 2022 NACo Annual Conference.  Not available Not available
   PARKS AND RECREATION DIVISION  Not available Not available
22-954 36.MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution to reallocate $44,087 within the General Capital Fund for the purpose of completing the Commercial Grade Tour Boat replacement project at Anne Kolb Nature Center. (Commission District 6)  Not available Not available
   REAL PROPERTY SECTION  Not available Not available
22-793 37.MOTION TO APPROVE Release of the Declaration of Restrictive Covenants on a parcel of land owned by the City of Deerfield Beach (“City”); Folio Number 4743-31-00-0140, located at 541 N Deerfield Avenue in Deerfield Beach; and authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute Release of Declaration of Restrictive Covenants and Recordation of same. (Commission District 2)  Not available Not available
22-897 38.MOTION TO APPROVE agreement accepting transfer of parcel related to the Pat Salerno Drive Interchange in substantially the form attached as Exhibit 1; and authorize to the County Administrator to execute the same, subject to review and approval as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney. (Commission District 9)  Not available Video Video
22-996 39.MOTION TO APPROVE Revocable License Agreement with the City of Sunrise (“City”), granting the City nonexclusive access and use of County property to construct improvements at the Dan Pearl Library located in the City, in substantially the form as Exhibit 1; and authorize the County Administrator to execute the Revocable License Agreement with any required modifications, provided such modifications do not impose any additional material risk on the County, and subject to review and approval as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney. (Commission District 9)  Not available Not available
22-932 40.MOTION TO APPROVE Easement granting Florida Power & Light Company a perpetual, non-exclusive underground utility easement on a portion of County-owned property located at 1950 Eisenhower Blvd in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute the Easement; and authorize recordation of same. (Commission District 4)  Not available Not available
22-884 41.MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to Lease Agreement between Broward County (Landlord) and City of Fort Lauderdale (Tenant) for the parking lot at Governmental Center East - Annex located at 115 S. Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, in substantially the form attached as Exhibit 1; and authorize the County Administrator to execute the same with any required modifications, provided such modifications do not impose any additional, material financial risk on the County, and subject to review and approval as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney. (Commission District 8)  Not available Not available
   COUNTY AUDITOR  Not available Not available
22-1010 42.MOTION TO ACKNOWLEDGE AND FILE Office of the County Auditor’s Audit of the Agreement with Keolis Transit Services, LLC. for Shuttle Bus and Other Transportation Services at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport - Report No. 22-07.  Not available Not available
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22-542 43.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution to vacate a portion of a 50-foot right-of-way lying within the limits of Tara Plat, as recorded in Official Records Book 162, Page 20 of the Official Records of Broward County, Florida, generally located at the southwest corner of Griffin Road and Southwest 184 Avenue in the Town of Southwest Ranches; Petitioners: AKAI Estates, LLC; Agent: Ronald A. Fritz, Schwebke-Shiskin and Associates, Inc.; Application for Vacation and Abandonment: 2021-V-12. (Commission District 1)  Not available Video Video
22-544 44.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution to vacate eight 55-foot-wide Drainage Easements lying within Lots 7 through 14, four 50-foot-wide Drainage Easements lying within Lots 1 through 4, four 25-foot by 79-foot Drainage Easements lying within Lots 1 through 4, three 20-foot-wide Lake Maintenance Easements lying within Parcel A and Lot 4, eight 15-foot-wide Lake Maintenance Easements lying within Lots 7 through 14, one portion of the Lake Easement lying within Parcel A, eight five-foot-wide Utility Easements lying within Lots 7 through 14, four 25-foot by 79-foot Utility Easement lying within Lots 1 through 4, four 25-foot by 79-foot Ingress-Egress Easements lying within Lots 1 through 4, and one portion of that certain Road Easement lying within Parcel A and Lot 4, all the above easements lying and being within the limits of Tara Plat, as recorded in Official Records Book 162, Page 20 of the Official Records of Broward County, Florida, generally located at the southwest corner of Griffin Road and Southwest 184 Avenue in the Town of Southwest Ranches; Petitioners: AKAI Estates LLC.; Agent: Ronald  Not available Video Video
22-852 45.MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance adopting a proposed text amendment to update the Definitions section of the Broward County Land Use Plan (PCT 21-3), as an amendment to the Broward County Comprehensive Plan pursuant to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes, as amended, the substance of which is as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, ADOPTING AN AMENDMENT TO THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; AMENDING THE “DEFINITIONS” SECTION OF THE BROWARD COUNTY LAND USE PLAN TEXT; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  Not available Video Video
22-982 46.MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO THE BROWARD COUNTY POLICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REVIEW BOARD; AMENDING SECTION 18-7 OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES ("CODE"); AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Sponsored by the Board of County Commissioners)  Not available Video Video
22-999 47.MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES; AMENDING CHAPTER 20 OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES (“CODE”), AMENDING THE TITLE TO ARTICLE IV AND CREATING DIVISIONS THEREIN; AMENDING SECTIONS 20-104 AND 20-106, RELATING TO NOTIFICATION OF TERMINATION AND RENT INCREASES FOR CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES; CREATING SECTIONS 20-107 THROUGH 20-112 OF THE CODE, ESTABLISHING THE “TENANT’S BILL OF RIGHTS AND NOTICE OF LATE FEES ORDINANCE,” PROVIDING FOR COUNTYWIDE APPLICABILITY, REQUIRING RESIDENTIAL LESSORS AND/OR THEIR AGENTS TO PROVIDE TENANTS WITH A “TENANT’S BILL OF RIGHTS” DOCUMENT, REQUIRING WRITTEN NOTICES RELATING TO RENTAL LATE FEES, AND PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Sponsored by Senator Nan H. Rich)  Not available Video Video
22-1000 48.MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS AND TRANSPARENCY; AMENDING ARTICLE XVI OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES (“CODE”), CREATING SECTIONS 5-221 THROUGH 5-225 OF THE CODE, PROVIDING FOR TITLE, COUNTYWIDE APPLICABILITY, INTENT, FINDINGS, AND PURPOSE; REQUIRING CONDOMINIUM, COOPERATIVE, AND HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATIONS TO FILE A WRITTEN REGISTRATION WITH THE COUNTY CONTAINING CERTAIN INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS; PROVIDING FOR THE CREATION OF A COUNTY-MAINTAINED PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE, ONLINE DATABASE OF SUCH INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Sponsored by Senator Nan H. Rich)  Not available Video Video
22-1009 49.MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO THE BROWARD COUNTY RACIAL EQUITY TASK FORCE; AMENDING SECTION 1-118 OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES ("CODE"); AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Sponsored by the Board of County Commissioners)  Not available Video Video
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22-847 50.A. MOTION TO WAIVE Section 39.4, “Other Rates, Fees, and Charges and Collection,” subsection (e) of Chapter 39, “Fees and Other Charges, Aviation,” of the Broward County Administrative Code, to waive the requirement of posting a security deposit for the Terminal Building Lease Agreement between Broward County and the United States General Services Administration for the lease of space at the Broward County’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. ACTION: (T-12:55 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO APPROVE Terminal Building Lease Agreement between Broward County and the United States General Services Administration, for the lease and use of office space by the Transportation Security Administration, at Broward County’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, commencing September 15, 2022, and terminating September 14, 2027; and authorize the Mayor or Vice-Mayor and Clerk to execute. ACTION: (T-12:55 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 9-0. C. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE Director of Aviation to execute   Not available Video Video
22-903 51.MOTION TO APPROVE Federal Aviation Administration Grant Agreement for Airport Improvement Program Project No. 3-12-0025-097-2022, Letter of Intent Final Payment No. 12, in the amount of $10,000,000, to accept the final phase of grant funding in support of the South Runway Project at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport; and to authorize the County Administrator to take the necessary administrative and budgetary actions and to authorize the Director of Aviation and/or appointee to execute the grant agreement and approve any non-monetary amendments to the agreement, subject to the Office of the County Attorney approving as to legal sufficiency.  Not available Video Video
22-979 52.A. MOTION TO APPROVE Change Order No. 21 to the Agreement between Broward County and Tutor Perini Building Corporation, Agreement No. PNC2116805C1, for Terminal 4 Federal Inspection Services Facility Expansion at Broward County’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, to resolve claims alleged to be associated with extended time, delays, and other disputed costs, in the amount of $4,800,000, increasing the Agreement amount from $45,372,649 to $50,172,649; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute. ACTION: (T-12:56 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Ryan was out of the room during the vote. B. MOTION TO APPROVE increase to the Unforeseen Conditions and Stakeholder Changes allowance account, by $850,000, increasing the allowance amount from $6,410,550 to $7,260,550, increasing the total Agreement amount from $50,172,649 to $51,022,649. ACTION: (T-12:56 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Ryan was out of the room during the vote.  Not available Video Video
22-994 53.MOTION TO APPROVE Lease Agreement between Broward County (“County”) and 1600 NE 7th Avenue, LLC (“Landlord”) pursuant to which the County will lease, as tenant, a parcel consisting of 189,445 square feet for use by the Aviation Department, for an initial term of ten years and a renewal option of ten years to be exercised by the Director of Aviation in their sole discretion, at a rental rate of $846,000 for the first year with a 3% increase each year thereafter in substantially the form of Exhibit 1; and authorize the Director of Aviation to make changes that do not materially increase the financial cost or exposure to the County and to execute the Lease Agreement on behalf of Broward County provided it has been reviewed and approved as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney.  Not available Video Video
22-993 54.A. MOTION TO WAIVE Section 39.3, Non-Terminal Rates and Charges - Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and North Perry Airport, Broward County Administrative Code to permit an amortization period of 25 years for the investment in new facilities. ACTION: (T-12:57 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement of Lease between Broward County and ACAP Broward County, LLC at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in substantially the form of Exhibit 1; and authorize the Director of Aviation to make changes that do not increase the financial cost to the County and to execute the agreement on behalf of Broward County provided it has been reviewed and approved as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney. ACTION: (T-12:57 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 9-0.  Not available Video Video
22-995 55.A. MOTION TO APPROVE Term Sheet (“Term Sheet”) attached hereto as Exhibit 1 between Broward County (“County”) and 2500 SW 39th Acquisition, LLC (“Buyer”) related to, among other things, the sale of 3.1771 acres of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport property (“Parcel”) to Buyer pursuant to Section 125.045, Florida Statutes, and the design and construction of an approximately 90,000 square foot advanced manufacturing facility for the manufacturing of flight and launch components for the aerospace, defense, and space industries. ACTION: (T-12:53 PM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator, subject to the County obtaining any and all required Federal Aviation Administration approvals and releases, to approve and execute on behalf of the County a purchase and sale agreement and other applicable documents referenced in the Term Sheet (collectively, “Purchase and Sale Documents”), provided the Purchase and Sale Documents are in substantial conformance with the Term Sheet, do not increase the financial cost or d  Not available Video Video
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22-1020 56.A. MOTION TO OPEN Public Hearing relating to the issuance of Broward County, Florida Port Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2022 (the "Series 2022 Bonds") for purposes of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. (Transferred to Public Hearing.) (Per the Tuesday Agenda Memorandum, the Board’s consideration of this item will be based on the revised motion statements and resolution distributed as Additional Material.) (Parts A and B were taken up together and voted on separately.) ACTION: (T-12:18 AM) Approved as amended with Public Hearing Additional Material, dated June 14, 2022, submitted at the request of Finance and Administrative Services Department. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO ADOPT Series Resolution authorizing the issuance by the County of the Series 2022 Bonds, authorizing certain other matters related to the issuance of the Series 2022 Bonds. (Transferred to Public Hearing.) (Per the Tuesday Agenda Memorandum, the Board’s consideration of this item will be based on the revised motion statements and resolutio  Not available Video Video
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22-593 57.MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. PNC2123699P1, Construction Engineering and Inspection Services for Airport Utilities and Pavement Projects, for the Aviation Department.  Not available Not available
22-703 58.MOTION TO APPROVE final ranking of qualified firms for Request for Letters of Interest (RLI) No. PNC2119994R1, Parking Access and Revenue Control Equipment and Maintenance, for the Aviation Department; the ranked firms are: 1 - DESIGNA Access Corporation; 2 - Scheidt & Bachmann USA, Inc.; and 3 - TIBA Parking Systems, LLC.  Not available Not available
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22-917 59.MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator or designee to approve and/or execute agreements, contract amendments, work authorizations, advertisements of competitive solicitations, and other documents during the 2022 Board Summer Recess, June 15, 2022 through August 24, 2022, including all items listed on Exhibit 1 hereto, when she determines it to be in the best interest of the County, or as may be necessary for the day-to-day operations of the County, subject to approval of such documents as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, provided that for any items not listed on Exhibit 1, the County Administrator will provide a report to the Board and obtain ratification of any action that imposes a financial obligation on the County in excess of $500,000; and to authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to effectuate the authorized actions.  Not available Video Video
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22-768 60.MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement between Broward County and Upscale Events By Mosaic, Inc., for Consultant Services for Water Conservation Outreach and Communications, Request for Proposals (RFP) No. GEN2121746P1, for the Natural Resources Division, for a five-year term in a not-to-exceed total agreement amount of $1,240,000, which includes $625,000 for allowances and $50,000 for optional services, subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, in substantially the form as Exhibit 1, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to approve nonmaterial changes that do not increase the total cost to the County; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute the final approved version.  Not available Not available
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22-196 61.MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. PNC2123898P1, Engineering Services for Water and Wastewater Projects, for Water and Wastewater Services.  Not available Not available
22-522 62.MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. PNC2124299P1, Continuing Engineering Services: Water Distribution, Wastewater, and Storm Water Projects, for Water and Wastewater Services.  Not available Not available
22-575 63.MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. PNC2124594P1, Consultant Services for Work of a Specified Nature, for the Construction Management Division.  Not available Not available
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22-1011 64.MOTION TO APPROVE agreements for the appointment of the following firms as Broward County outside bond counsel: (1) Bryant Miller Olive, P.A., in joint venture with Marcelo Llorente, P.A.; (2) Law Offices of Steve E. Bullock, P.A.; (3) Locke Lord LLP, in joint venture with the Law Offices of Carol D. Ellis, P.A.; (4) Nabors, Giblin & Nickerson, P.A., in joint venture with Manuel Alonso-Poch, P.A.; (5) D. Seaton and Associates, P.A.; (6) Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP, in joint venture with the Law Office of Perry Thurston, Jr., P.A.; (7) Greenberg Traurig, P.A., in joint venture with Edwards & Feanny, P.A.; and (8) GrayRobinson, P.A., in joint venture with Pittman Law Group, P.L., as bond counsel and disclosure counsel on bond/note transactions and on conduit issues involving the Housing Finance Authority, the Health Facilities Authority, and Industrial Revenue Bonds.  Not available Not available
22-1014 65.MOTION TO ACCEPT Joint Deed of Conservation Easement from Alexis M. Baker, Edward Baker, III, and Edward B. Baker, III, as Personal Representative of the Estate of Stephanie L. Baker, to Broward County and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection over an on-site wetland mitigation area comprised of 2.29 acres of real property located at Property Appraiser’s Folio Numbers 513911010030 and 513911010040 in the City of Pembroke Pines. (Commission District 1)  Not available Not available
22-1012 66.MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution approving the “Notice of Rights” form prepared by the Resilient Environmental Department (“RED”) for use in connection with the “Tenant’s Bill of Rights and Notice of Late Fees Ordinance” and directing RED to publish the Notice of Rights on the County’s website for use by Landlords; and to authorize the Director of RED to make updates to the “Notice of Rights” as appropriate, subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney.  Not available Video Video
22-1005 67.A. MOTION TO INCREASE Fiscal Year 2022 personnel cap for the Office of the County Attorney (“CAO”) to add one permanent attorney position to provide dedicated additional legal services for, and to be fully funded by, the Aviation Department; and to direct the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary action to effectuate same. (Transferred to the Consent Agenda.) ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved. VOTE: 9-0. B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution in the General Fund to transfer $163,029 from Commission Reserve to the Office of the County Attorney Funding to increase the Fiscal Year 2022 personnel budget of the CAO, inclusive of the funding for the above-referenced new position; and to direct the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary action to effectuate the same. (Transferred to the Consent Agenda.) ACTION: (T-10:22 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-233. VOTE: 9-0.  Not available Not available
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22-1022 68.MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to approve and execute a Third Amendment to Settlement Agreement in City of Sunrise, et al. v. Broward County, 17th Judicial Circuit Court Case No. CACE-013-015660 (“Resource Recovery Board Asset Litigation”) on behalf of the County, for the sole purpose of extending the deadline to sell the “Alpha 250” property for a period of at least one year, provided that the Third Amendment does not impose any financial obligations on the County other than those related to ongoing maintenance of the property, and subject to review of the Third Amendment for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney.  Not available Not available
22-433 69.MAYOR'S REPORT A. JUNETEENTH EVENTS ACTION: (T-1:15 PM) Mayor Udine encouraged everyone to attend Juneteenth events throughout multiple cities and the county in promoting education and inclusion. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) B. NEW POLICE CHIEF ACTION: (T-1:16 PM) Mayor Udine recognized the City of Coral Springs in welcoming their seventh police chief, Chief Brad McKeone. In addition, Mayor Udine recognized all public safety officers within the county in doing a great job. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Video Video
22-434 70.COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT A. SUMMER CELEBRATIONS ACTION: (T-1:14 PM) County Administrator Monica Cepero acknowledged many summer celebrations are being offered and encouraged visiting broward.org/library to view all events, including Pride month, a celebration of inclusion and diversity. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) B. NEW HOA WEBSITE ACTION: (T-1:15 PM) County Administrator Monica Cepero advised that suggestions Commissioner Bogen previously discussed with the Board have been incorporated into a new live website. For direction to city information now residing on the site, please visit: broward.org/hoa. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
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22-1027 71.MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows: (Continued from June 7, 2022 - Item No. 56) AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO PRIVATE PARKING TICKETS; REPEALING SECTION 20-164.2 OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES ("CODE"); AMENDING SECTION 8½-16 OF THE CODE REGARDING CIVIL PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF SECTION 20-164.2; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Sponsored by the Board of County Commissioners)  Not available Video Video
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22-1033 72.MOTION TO DIRECT County Administrator to investigate and evaluate options for the development of a new Broward County Government Center and to present those options to the Board at the first County Commission meeting in August 2022; and to direct the County Attorney to analyze and report to the Board during or prior to such meeting regarding (i) the required steps to terminate existing contracts related to the Joint Governmental Center Campus Project; (ii) options to continue existing contracts where doing so might be advantageous to the County; and (iii) the County’s ability to utilize existing written work product developed under such contracts in connection with the development of a new Broward County Government Center. (Mayor Udine)  Not available Not available
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22-1124 73.JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY - COMMISSIONER MOSKOWITZ ACTION: (T-1:00 PM) Commissioner Moskowitz directed staff to prepare an item declaring Juneteenth a Broward County paid holiday for the August 25, 2022, Commission meeting. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) In response to Commissioner Moskowitz, Commissioner Alston relayed support for identification of an appropriate date. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1125 74.LAKESIDE PARK ESTATES - COMMISSIONER FURR ACTION: (T-1:02 PM) Commissioner Furr provided an updated with respect to Lakeside Park Estates in Pembroke Park, thanking the County Attorney’s Office for their assistance. In addition, Commissioner Furr advised of TBN’s intention of creating an affordable housing project consisting of 100 units. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1126 75.CONGRATULATIONS - COMMISSIONER FURR ACTION: (T-1:04 PM) Commissioner Furr congratulated the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce in celebrating their 100th anniversary next week. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1127 76.CONGRATULATIONS - COMMISSIONER FURR ACTION: (T-1:04 PM) Commissioner Furr congratulated West Park in their groundbreaking for a Mobility Advancement Program Project this last week. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1128 77.CONGRATULATIONS - COMMISSIONER FURR ACTION: (T-1:05 PM) Commissioner Furr congratulated Port Everglades Association in having a successful luncheon this last week. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1129 78.PRESS CONFERENCE - COMMISSIONER RICH ACTION: (T-1:05 PM) Commissioner Rich discussed participating in a press conference, along with elected officials and activists, at the Coral Springs City Hall, following the Supreme Court hearing arguments brought by a coalition of local governments, on June 9, 2022, challenging the state’s 2011 firearms preemption law. In addition, Commissioner Rich thanked County Attorney Andrew J. Meyers and staff for providing background information for talking points. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1130 79.KUDOS - VICE-MAYOR FISHER ACTION: (T-1:07 PM) Vice-Mayor Fisher gave kudos to Sandy Michael McDonald and team for the incredible turnout at the Broward & Beyond Business Conference a few weeks ago. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1131 80.CONGRATULATIONS - VICE-MAYOR FISHER ACTION: (T-1:07 PM) Vice-Mayor Fisher congratulated Assistant County Attorney Janette Smith in being elected chair of the City, County and Local Government Section of the Florida Bar, which serves the county and municipal attorneys throughout the state. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1132 81.BEACH RECOGNITION - VICE-MAYOR FISHER ACTION: (T-1:07 PM) Vice-Mayor Fisher recognized Pompano Beach and Deerfield Beach in being referenced on Jeopardy! on June 6, 2022. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1133 82.CONGRATULATIONS - VICE-MAYOR FISHER ACTION: (T-1:08 PM) Vice-Mayor Fisher congratulated all graduates. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1134 83.SUMMER RECESS - THE BOARD ACTION: (T-1:08 PM) The Board wished everyone a healthy, safe and happy summer vacation. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1135 84.LAND USE ORDINANCE - COMMISSIONER GELLER ACTION: (T-1:08 PM) Commissioner Geller discussed meeting with zoning officials from cities in relation to transit oriented development tentative agreements with a series of amendments to be brought back this fall. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1136 85.TOWN MEETINGS - COMMISSIONER GELLER ACTION: (T-1:09 PM) Commissioner Geller relayed attending Town Meetings in every city he represents as well as larger homeowners’ associations. In addition, Commissioner Geller announced inviting all city commissioners, city attorneys and city managers for a luncheon to discuss concerns. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1137 86.FILM AND VOCATIONAL GROUP - COMMISSIONER GELLER ACTION: (T-1:09 PM) Commissioner Geller advised of ongoing meetings in relation to film and the Vocational Group in development of skilled trades and apprenticeships. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1138 87.AFFORDABLE HOUSING ASSESSMENT - COMMISSIONER RYAN ACTION: (T-1:10 PM) Commissioner Ryan noted that Dr. Murray’s comments in regard to the Affordable Housing Needs Assessment were revealing as to the need for new ideas on building the supply of housing. In addition, Commissioner Ryan requested staff present alternatives for building up the bus system and mass transit capacities after the summer recess. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1139 88.PERFORMING ARTS SUPPORT - COMMISSIONER BOGEN ACTION: (T-1:11 PM) Commissioner Bogen conveyed support for the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in seeking funding for capital improvements, as well as hourly workers as previously discussed. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1140 89.PREVENTATIVE HEALTH PROGRAM - COMMISSIONER BOGEN ACTION: (T-1:12 PM) Commissioner Bogen reported he will be working with County Administrator Monica Cepero over the next few months in setting up infrastructure for the new Preventative Health Program. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1141 90.CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE - COMMISSIONER ALSTON ACTION: (T-1:12 PM) Commissioner Alston noted celebration of Caribbean-American Heritage month, honoring America’s rich and diverse culture. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1142 91.U.S. ARMY’S BIRTHDAY - COMMISSIONER ALSTON ACTION: (T-1:12 PM) Commissioner Alston announced celebration of the U.S. Army’s 247th birthday today. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1143 92.TEA WITH TOREY - COMMISSIONER ALSTON ACTION: (T-1:12 PM) Commissioner Alston informed of virtually hosting Tea with Torey monthly on the fourth Friday at 9:00 a.m., noting hosting Tracy Jackson last month and hosting Sandy Michael McDonald on June 24, who will provide updates with respect to the Small Business Program. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1144 93.PROCLAMATION - COMMISSIONER ALSTON ACTION: (T-1:13 PM) Commissioner Alston relayed presenting a proclamation to the T.J. Reddick Bar Association in celebrating 40 years of excellence in the Black legal profession. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1145 94.NACo - COMMISSIONER ALSTON ACTION: (T-1:13 PM) Commissioner Alston thanked colleagues for their vote of confidence on NACo and acknowledged looking forward to joining Commissioner Furr in Denver. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1146 95.COUNTY EMPLOYEES - COMMISSIONER ALSTON ACTION: (T-1:13 PM) Commissioner Alston implored County Administrator Monica Cepero not to forget county employees in putting together budget recommendations. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available
22-1147 96.SUMMER RECESS - COUNTY ATTORNEY ACTION: (T-1:14 PM) County Attorney Andrew J. Meyers expressed wishes for everyone to travel safely, enjoy some downtime and have a great summer. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  Not available Not available