Broward County  
Action Agenda - Published  
Tuesday, June 7, 2022  
10:00 AM  
Broward County Governmental Center  
Room 422 (Commission Chambers)  
County Commission  
MEETING OF JUNE 7, 2022  
(Meeting convened at 10:00 a.m. and adjourned at 1:15 p.m.)  
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE was led by Thomas Blem, Water/Wastewater.  
CALL TO ORDER was led by Mayor Michael Udine, District 3.  
MOMENT OF SILENCE  
In memory of Dr. Earnest E. “Pete” Seiler, Jr., Fort Lauderdale.  
In memory of Dr. Jonathan F.K. Earle.  
In memory of our past and present brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces,  
who have served our country and continue to serve our country, at home and abroad.  
THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS  
Thoughts and prayers for the Seiler family.  
Thoughts and prayers for the Earle family.  
Thoughts and prayers for our Public Safety Officers, thanking them for their service.  
Present:  
Commissioner Mark D. Bogen  
Vice-Mayor Lamar P. Fisher  
Commissioner Beam Furr  
Commissioner Steve Geller  
Commissioner Torey Alston  
Commissioner Nan H. Rich  
Commissioner Tim Ryan  
Commissioner Jared E. Moskowitz  
Mayor Michael Udine  
CONSENT AGENDA  
A
motion was made by Commissioner Geller, seconded by Commissioner Alston and  
unanimously carried, to approve the Consent Agenda consisting of Items 1 through 55. At the  
request of the Mayor, Regular Items 68, 71 and 73 were transferred to the Consent Agenda.  
Each item voted on the Consent Agenda was passed by unanimous vote of the Commission  
unless otherwise indicated by record vote.  
Public Hearing Items consist of Items 56 through 61.  
The following Items were withdrawn: 69 and 70.  
The following Items were pulled from the Consent Agenda by the Board and considered  
separately: 8, 10, 12, 14, 24, 37 and 55.  
The following Item was pulled from the Consent Agenda by members of the public and  
considered separately: 26.  
BOARD APPOINTMENTS  
MOTION TO APPROVE Board Appointments  
1.  
A. MOTION TO REAPPOINT Brianna Hernandez to the Library Advisory Board.  
1A.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes for Brianna Hernandez who holds an employment or contractual relationship with  
an entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO REAPPOINT Patrick H. Jenkins to the Animal Care Advisory Committee.  
1B.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes for Patrick H. Jenkins who holds an employment or contractual relationship with  
an entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPOINT Monroe D. Kiar to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.  
(Commissioner Geller)  
1C.  
1D.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO REAPPOINT Corey Hinds to the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes for Corey Hinds who holds an employment or contractual relationship with an  
entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO REAPPOINT Eddie Edwards Jr. to the Living Wage Advisory Board.  
1E.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes for Eddie Edwards Jr. who holds an employment or contractual relationship with  
an entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Moskowitz)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Val B. Glenister to the Broward Cultural Council.  
(Commissioner Moskowitz)  
1F.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Jonathan Sobelman to the Substance Abuse Advisory Board.  
(Commissioner Alston)  
1G.  
1H.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO APPOINT Joseph Carter to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes for Joseph Carter who holds an employment or contractual relationship with an  
entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Alston)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Arby Barroso to the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board.  
(Commissioner Alston)  
1I.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Michaelle “Mickey” Valbrun-Pope to the Human Rights Board.  
(Commissioner Alston)  
1J.  
1K.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPOINT Kelvin  
(Commissioner Alston)  
G
Haynes to the Marine Advisory Committee.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Phillip Kim to the Bicycling and Pedestrian Advisory  
Committee. (Commissioner Alston)  
1L.  
1M.  
1N.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPOINT Maximiliano Goldstein to the Bicycling and Pedestrian Advisory  
Committee. (Commissioner Geller)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Lisa Feinstein to the Animal Care Advisory Committee.  
(Commissioner Alston)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated  
June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Alston.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Douglas G. Beals to the Marine Advisory Committee.  
(Commissioner Alston)  
1O.  
1P.  
1Q.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated  
June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Alston.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO REAPPOINT Keith A. Abel to the Consumer Protection Board.  
(Commissioner Moskowitz)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated  
June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Moskowitz.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO APPOINT Janice S. Hayes to the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee  
in the category “home building labor representative.”  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated  
June 7, 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 Janice S. Hayes who holds an employment or contractual relationship with an  
entity that receives funds from Broward County. (Commissioner Alston)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved with Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated  
June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of Commissioner Alston.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT  
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT DIVISION  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to the Agreement between Broward County  
and Cartaya and Associates Architects, P.A. for Architectural and Engineering Services  
for Works of a Specified Nature, RFP No. R2111778P1, increasing the Director of  
Purchasing award authority from $200,000 to $500,000 per work authorization; and  
authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  
2.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to the Agreement between Broward County  
and Synalovski Romanik Saye, LLC for Architectural and Engineering Services for Works  
of a Specified Nature, RFP No. R2111778P1 increasing the Director of Purchasing  
award authority from $200,000 to $500,000 per work authorization; and authorize the  
Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to Work Authorization No. 09CMD for West  
Regional Clerk of Courts Phase II remodel project, in accordance with the Agreement  
between Broward County and CPZ Architects, Inc. for Comprehensive Professional  
Architectural and Engineering Consultant Services, Request for Proposal No.  
R1362601P1; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Commission  
District 5)  
3.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved. (Scrivener’s Error - See County Administrator’s  
Memorandum:  
Exhibit 2, Page 3 Signature Page, Currently reads: 17 day of May 2020  
Should read: 17 day of May 2022)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE DIVISION  
MOTION TO APPROVE Amendment No. 1 to Work Authorization No. 023-RS&H under  
the Agreement between Broward County and RS&H, Inc. for Continuing Engineering  
Services for Transportation and General Civil Engineering Projects (RFP No.  
PNC2114364P1) to provide additional consultant services for transportation improvement  
projects within Broward County, in the maximum not-to-exceed amount of $324,342,  
increasing the cost to the County from a maximum not-to-exceed amount $349,811 to  
$674,154; and authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  
4.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING DIVISION  
MOTION TO APPROVE Release and Indemnification Agreement, Permission to Enter  
Property, between Broward County and the Florida East Coast Railway, L.L.C. for traffic  
signal system improvements on Johnson Street intersections at Dixie Highway, Florida  
East Coast Railway and N 21st Avenue in the City of Hollywood, at an estimated cost of  
$43,518 to the County; and authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Commission  
District 6)  
5.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING DIVISION  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution accepting a utility easement executed by IDI Logistics,  
LLC, located on NW 33rd Street in the City of Pompano Beach; and authorize recordation  
of same. (Commission District 2)  
6.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-297.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution accepting a utility easement executed by John M.  
Malcolm, as Trustee under the John M. Malcolm Trust U/I/D December 13, 2000, located  
on the south side of NW 33rd Street in the City of Pompano Beach; and authorize  
recordation of same. (Commission District 2)  
7.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-298.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT  
BROWARD ADDICTION RECOVERY CENTER DIVISION  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute Contract No. 34346-22,  
subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, between  
Broward Behavioral Health Coalition Inc. (“BBHC”) and Broward County, in the budgeted  
amount of $3,701,397 and a Broward County match contribution of $522,793 for a total  
amount of $4,224,190, and a potentially maximum amount of $987,171 - in whole, in part,  
or not at all - in uncompensated units at BBHC’s discretion, effective from July 1, 2022, to  
June 30, 2023, to provide community-based substance use disorder treatment services;  
authorize the County Administrator to execute amendments to the Contract, subject to  
review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, that do not impose  
additional financial obligations on the County beyond any match requirement; and  
authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary  
actions to implement the Contract.  
8.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS DIVISION  
A. MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward  
County, Florida, authorizing appropriation and disbursement of Florida Department of  
Law Enforcement Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant funds to specified  
service providers in the amount of $348,691 for Fiscal Year 2021-2022; approving a  
revised Byrne Grant Addendum; authorizing the County Administrator to execute  
amendments to existing 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 as amended; and  
providing for severability and an effective date.  
9.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-299.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the Edward Byrne Grant Fund in the  
amount of $348,691 for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, to purchase and install upgraded  
homeless shelter security surveillance equipment, provide a comprehensive array of  
integrated mental health and substance use disorder treatment services, and purchase  
updated equipment and accessories for street outreach services.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-300.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
C. MOTION TO APPROVE waivers of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes, for the following Broward County advisory board members holding an  
employment or contractual relationship with an entity receiving funds for the performance  
of services under this agenda item:  
1. Melida J. Akiti  
2. Keith R. Cavanaugh  
3. Chauniqua D. Kiffin  
4. Valery V. Moreno  
5. Candace M. Pineda  
6. Peter P. Powers  
7. Zulma Vanessa Quiles  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
CRISIS INTERVENTION AND SUPPORT DIVISION  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE Contract No. 20178-22 between Broward Behavioral Health  
Coalition Inc. (“BBHC”) and Broward County in the amount of $916,667 ($316,667 state  
grant award, $480,000 County grant cash match, and $120,000 in-kind match), effective  
retroactively from May 1, 2022, through June 30, 2025, to provide recovery and support  
services through the Broward Youth Reentry Program (“BYRP”) to youth and young adults  
with mental illness, substance use disorders, or co-occurring disorders who are in or at  
risk of being adjudicated to the Department of Juvenile Justice (“DJJ”) residential  
commitment programs; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same; authorize the  
County Administrator to execute amendments to the Contract, subject to review for legal  
sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, that do not impose additional financial  
obligations on the County beyond any match requirement; and authorize the County  
Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to implement the  
Contract.  
10.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the Crisis Intervention Fund to  
appropriate revenue from BBHC in the amount of $796,667 ($316,667 state grant award  
and $480,000 County grant cash match) to provide recovery and support services to youth  
and young adults with mental illness, substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders  
who are in or at risk of being adjudicated to DJJ residential commitment programs.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-301. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
C. MOTION TO APPROVE one new grant position within BYRP to assist in providing  
recovery and support services to youth and young adults in the program. This position will  
expire at the conclusion of the grant.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement No. BWF14 between the State of Florida,  
Department of Health, Broward County Health Department (“BCHD”), and Broward  
County effective October 1, 2022 through September 30, 2025, to provide sexually  
transmitted infections and human immunodeficiency virus testing, and non-occupational  
post exposure prophylaxis treatment to sexual assault victims; 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 impose additional financial obligations on the County; authorize the County  
Administrator to renew the Agreement under substantially the same terms and conditions,  
subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney; and authorize  
the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions to  
implement the Agreement.  
11.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
ELDERLY AND VETERANS SERVICES DIVISION  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to Agreement No. JZ021-15-2022 between  
the Areawide Council on Aging of Broward County, Inc., and Broward County, effective  
upon the date fully executed by both parties through June 30, 2022, increasing Contract  
amount by $648,630, from $829,181 to $1,477,811; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to  
execute same; and authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative  
and budgetary actions to implement the Agreement as amended.  
12.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the ADI Grant Fund 80730 increasing  
appropriated revenue in the amount of $658,630 for services to clients afflicted with  
Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, and their caregivers, of which  
$648,630 are grant funds and $10,000 is client copayment revenue.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-302. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Memorandum of Agreement between the Florida Department of  
Veterans’ Affairs and Broward County, effective upon the date fully executed by both  
parties, to authorize Broward County the use of the VetraSpec technology to manage its  
veterans’ case files and records; authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same; and  
authorize County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary actions  
to implement the Memorandum of Agreement.  
13.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute Agreement No. 34345-22,  
subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, between  
Broward Behavioral Health Coalition Inc. (“BBHC”) and Broward County, in the budgeted  
amount of $333,076 and a Broward County match contribution of $3,857 for a total of  
$336,933, and potentially a maximum amount of $399,691 - in whole, in part, or not at all -  
in uncompensated units at BBHC’s discretion, effective from July 1, 2022 to June 30,  
2023, providing community-based adult mental health services to eligible Broward County  
seniors; 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  
impose additional financial obligations on the County beyond any match requirement; and  
authorize the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative and budgetary  
actions to implement the grant Agreement.  
14.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
(Item Numbers 8, 10, 12 and 14 were taken up and voted on together.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Rich abstained from voting.  
PORT EVERGLADES DEPARTMENT  
MOTION TO APPROVE Third Amendment to Petroleum Transfer Facilities License  
Agreement between Broward County and South Florida Petroleum Services LLC, to  
transfer the responsibility for annual and semiannual fire suppression system inspections  
for dockside petroleum transfer facilities at Port Everglades, with the County retaining the  
obligation for payment; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  
15.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance (hereinafter referred to as  
the “Alliance”) Proposed Business Plan for Fiscal Year 2023 pursuant to the agreement  
between Broward County and the Alliance.  
16.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance (hereinafter referred to as  
the “Alliance”) Fiscal Year 2022 quarterly performance report, for the period from January  
1, 2022 through March 31, 2022, pursuant to the Agreement between Broward County  
and the Alliance.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
REGIONAL EMERGENCY SERVICES AND COMMUNICATIONS  
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute contracts, amendments, work  
authorizations, grant applications, grant awards, and other legal documents, not to exceed  
the approved budget for hurricane or other disaster planning and subject to approval as to  
legal sufficiency by the County Attorney’s Office, related to preparation and response  
efforts associated with disasters during the 2022 Calendar Year and for which there is  
insufficient lead time to bring the items to the Broward County Board of County  
Commissioners (“Board”), provided that an item be placed on the next available Board  
agenda to notify the Board of any such action; and to take the necessary administrative  
and budgetary actions to implement the documents.  
17.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
COUNTY ATTORNEY  
MOTION TO APPROVE settlement, including costs and attorney’s fees, in the case of  
Elvis Carranza vs. Broward County, 17th Judicial Circuit Court Case No.:  
CACE20-002235 (05).  
18.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE settlement, including costs and attorney’s fees, in the case of  
Broward County vs. Andrey Luis Beltran Sokolov, et al., 17th Judicial Circuit Court Case  
No.: CACE19-014436 (18).  
19.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution, the title of which is as follows:  
20.  
A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE ASSESSMENT OF LIENS PURSUANT TO  
SECTION 153.67, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND SECTION 34-9 OF THE BROWARD  
COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, AGAINST THE AFFECTED PARCELS AND  
PROPERTIES FOR UNPAID WATER AND WASTEWATER ACCOUNTS; AND  
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  
(Per the Tuesday Agenda Memorandum, the Board’s consideration of this item is  
based on the Resolution as revised by the Additional Material distributed under  
this item.)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-303 as amended with  
Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated June 7, 2022, submitted at the request  
of the County Attorney.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE Office of the County Attorney to take all legal steps  
necessary on behalf of Broward County to recover all amounts owed to the County for  
unpaid water and wastewater service charges, together with costs, interest, and attorneys'  
fees, including negotiating, approving, and executing settlement agreements, subject to  
approval by the County Administrator of any compromise that exceeds $25,000; and to  
authorize the County Administrator to approve settlements of delinquent accounts for any  
amount where the compromise exceeds $25,000 and the property owner consents to  
connect the property to the County's water or wastewater system, as applicable.  
(Per the Tuesday Agenda Memorandum, the Board’s consideration of this item is  
based on the Resolution as revised by the Additional Material distributed under  
this item.)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved as amended with Regular Meeting Additional  
Material, dated June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of the County Attorney.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
REQUEST TO SET FOR PUBLIC HEARING  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution providing for Fiscal Year 2023 non-ad valorem  
assessment rates for the Fire Municipal Service Taxing Unit (MSTU), to transmit the  
proposed rates to the Property Appraiser’s Office for inclusion on the Notice of Proposed  
Property Taxes and to set the Public Hearing to adopt the non-ad valorem assessment for  
September 8, 2022, at 5:01 p.m. at the Broward County Governmental Center.  
21.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-304.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
RESILIENT ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT  
HOUSING FINANCE DIVISION  
MOTION TO APPROVE Line of Credit Agreement between Broward County (the  
“County") and the Southeast Florida Community Development Fund, Inc., a not-for-profit  
corporation organized under the laws of the State of Florida (the “Borrower”) pursuant to  
which County is extending a revolving loan in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000; for the  
purpose of financing the construction and/or equipping of single-family residential units in  
Broward County, Florida (the “Loan”); authorizing County Administrator to execute the Line  
of Credit Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit 1, and related loan  
documents, each subject to approval as to form and legal sufficiency by the Office of the  
County Attorney; authorizing the County Administrator to take all necessary administrative  
and budgetary actions.  
22.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute agreements, subject to  
approval as to legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, related to a $14  
million gap financing loan to Douglas Gardens IV (400 units, 20 of which are market rate,  
for seniors) in the City of Pembroke Pines, Florida, representing a consolidation of two  
previously approved projects, Douglas Gardens IV at $5 million (DGIV) and Douglas  
Gardens VI at $9 million (DGVI), into one project which will result in material benefits to  
the development; and authorizing the County Administrator to take the necessary  
administrative and budgetary actions. (Commission District 7)  
23.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO APROVE First Amendment to Agreement between Broward County and  
City of Hollywood providing for the administration of additional funds for the Citys First  
Time Homebuyer Purchase Assistance (FTHPA) program, with an additional  
administration fee payable to the County in the amount of $339,997, with a four-year term  
extension; authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute same; and authorizing the County  
Administrator to take necessary administrative and budgetary actions and to execute  
non-monetary amendments to the agreement, subject to approval as to legal sufficiency by  
the Office of the County Attorney.  
24.  
(Commissioner Furr pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:33 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution within the General Fund to appropriate  
unanticipated revenue in the amount of $20,000 for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2022 for  
continued administration and implementation of the City of Hollywoods FTHPA program;  
and authorizing the County Administrator to take the necessary administrative and  
budgetary actions to allocate and implement subsequent partial awards in an amount not  
to exceed a total additional amount of $339,997 for up to four years. (Commission  
District 6)  
(Commissioner Furr pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:33 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-305. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT  
ACCOUNTING DIVISION  
MOTION TO FILE following Audit Reports and Examination Report:  
25.  
A. North Regional Transmission, Treatment and Disposal System of Broward County,  
Florida, Schedule of Large User Reserve Capacity and Debt Service Allocation and  
Schedule of Large User Annual Adjustments, Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2021.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. Regional Raw Water System of Broward County, Florida, Schedule of Large User  
Annual Adjustments, Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2021.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
C. Broward County, Florida, Statement of County Funded Court-Related Functions,  
Section 29.0085, Florida Statutes, Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2021.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
D. Broward County, Florida, Landfill Management Escrow Account, Schedule of Activity  
and Balances, Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2021.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
E. Broward County, Florida, Transportation Department, Report of Independent Certified  
Public Accountants on Applying Agreed-Upon Procedures for Federal Funding Allocation  
Data (IAS-FFA), Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2021.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
F. Broward County Aviation Department, Report on Passenger Facility Charge Program  
in Accordance with the Passenger Facility Charge Audit Guide for Public Agencies,  
Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2021.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE travel for more than five County employees from the Libraries  
Division to attend the same non-local event.  
26.  
(A member of the public pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:46 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE Registration Services Agreement between Broward County  
and American Registry for Internet Numbers, Ltd. (ARIN), for legacy internet protocol (IP)  
address registrations and related services, in the estimated annual amount of $150, for  
the Enterprise Technology Services Division; and authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute  
same.  
27.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE the Chief Information Officer to approve and execute any  
related documents or click-thru agreements with ARIN as may be required to maintain the  
services provided under the Registration Services Agreement during the term of the  
agreement, subject to review by the County Attorney’s Office for legal sufficiency and  
provided there is no additional cost to the County.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to Software License, Maintenance, and  
Support Agreement between Broward County and Center for Internet Security, Inc., to  
extend the agreement for managed intrusion detection system monitoring and related  
services, for up to five additional one-year terms; and to authorize Mayor and Clerk to  
execute same.  
28.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION  
MOTION TO APPROVE Second Amendment to Agreement between Broward County  
and Standard Insurance Company, for Group Life and Related Insurance for Broward  
County Employees, RFP No. GEN2117791P1, increasing the premium rates by 7% and  
exercising the Second Renewal Term commencing January 1, 2023, and ending  
December 31, 2024; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  
29.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE amendment to Collective Bargaining Agreement between Board  
of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida and Amalgamated Transit Union,  
AFL-CIO-CLC - Local 1267, representing the County’s Mass Transit employees, for  
Fiscal Years 2020/2021, 2021/2022, 2022/2023; to resolve bargaining for amending  
wages for Fiscal Year 2021/2022 in the current agreement; delegate authority to the  
Director of the Human Resources Division to execute Letters of Understanding, if  
necessary; and authorize the Mayor to execute the Agreement.  
30.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
PURCHASING DIVISION  
For County Administration - Parks And Recreation Division  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to single bidder, King’s Cup, Inc., for Concession  
Food Items, Bid No. OPN2124277B1, for the Parks and Recreation Division, with an  
initial one-year estimated amount of $258,205, and authorize the Director of Purchasing  
to renew the contract for two one-year periods, for a three-year potential estimated  
amount of $774,615.  
31.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
For Finance And Administrative Services Department  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low responsive, responsible bidder, Juniper  
Landscaping of Florida, LLC dba Juniper, for Greenways and Miscellaneous  
Landscaping Maintenance, Bid No. BLD2123333B1, for the Highway and Bridge  
Maintenance Division, in the annual estimated amount of $1,300,270, which includes  
allowances for miscellaneous services, parts and materials, and permits and fees in the  
annual estimated amount of $97,000; and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew  
the contract for two one-year periods, for a three-year potential estimated amount of  
$3,900,810.  
32.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
For Port Everglades Department  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low responsive, responsible bidder, Pfeifer  
Wire Rope & Lifting Technology, Inc., for Wire Rope for Cranes, Bid No. OPN2123956B1,  
for the Broward County Port Everglades Department, in the initial one-year estimated  
amount of $381,927; and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for  
two one-year periods, for a three-year potential amount of $1,145,781.  
33.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
For Transportation Department  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to two responsive, responsible bidders, ABC  
34.  
Bus, Inc. and CoachCrafters, Inc., for Paint and Body Repairs for Transit Buses, Bid No.  
TRN2123888B1, for Broward County Transportation Department, in the estimated annual  
amount of $2,270,363, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for  
two one-year periods, for a potential three-year estimated amount of $6,811,089.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
RECORDS, TAXES, AND TREASURY DIVISION  
MOTION TO APPROVE escheating of three properties classified as Lands Available for  
Taxes to the Broward County Board of County Commissioners pursuant to Section  
197.502, Florida Statutes.  
35.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE minutes of the 10 a.m. Broward County Board of County  
Commissioners meetings of October 19, November 4, November 16, December 7, and  
December 14, 2021; and January 25, February 8, February 22, and March 1, 2022.  
36.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE FOR FILING supplemental papers pertaining to the plats and  
other items that were approved in prior years.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
C. MOTION TO APPROVE destruction of Board of County Commission minutes and  
supporting documents, which have been imaged and have met retention requirements  
consistent with the General Records Schedule GS1-SL, established by the Division of  
Library and Information Services of the State of Florida for local government agencies.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
D. MOTION TO FILE quarterly report, January 2022 through March 2022, of all Ordinances  
and Resolutions filed by cities and outside agencies.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE cancellation of warrants from Central Account No.  
xxxxxxxxx3785, Tax Refund Account No. xxxxxxxxx9850, Tax Redemption Account No.  
xxxxxxxxx0916, and Self-Insurance Account No. xxxxxxxxx0518, due to having a stale date,  
being unclaimed, or not being negotiated.  
37.  
(Commissioner Moskowitz pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Moskowitz abstained from voting and was out of the  
room during the vote.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE cancellation of warrants from Central Account No.  
xxxxxxxxx3785, Tax Refund Account No. xxxxxxxxx9850, and Self-Insurance Account No.  
xxxxxxxxx0518 due to being voided. Checks have been reissued.  
(Commissioner Moskowitz pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:32 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Moskowitz abstained from voting and was out of the  
room during the vote.  
BROWARD MUNICIPAL SERVICES DISTRICT  
MOTION TO APPROVE Purchase and Sale Agreement (“Agreement”) between Broward  
County (“Purchaser”) and Hans P. Volkmeier (“Seller”) for the purchase of property  
located at NW 27th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale from Hans P. Volkmeier at a purchase  
price of $15,000; authorize the Mayor or Vice-Mayor to execute the Agreement and the  
County Administrator to attest to same; and authorize the Director of Real Estate  
Development to execute and process normal and customary title closing documents.  
(Commission District 8)  
38.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Second Amendments to the Agreements for the Library of  
Professional Services for the Broward Municipal Services District (RFP No. R211976R1)  
39.  
with up to the 12 vendors currently contracted with the County in substantially the form of  
Exhibit 1; and to authorize the County Administrator to execute same with any required  
modifications, provided such modifications do not impose an additional material financial  
risk on the County, and subject to review and approval as to legal sufficiency by the Office  
of the County Attorney.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute an agreement, with Central  
40.  
County Community Development Corporation (CCCDC),  
a
Florida nonprofit, wholly  
owned subsidiary of the Urban League of Broward, to fund $120,000 to the CCCDC for  
the development gap of three new affordable single family homes in the Broward  
Municipal Services District (BMSD); and authorizing the County Administrator to take the  
necessary administrative and budgetary actions to allocate and implement the funding  
within the Affordable Housing Trust Fund in the amount of $120,000. This document was  
prepared and approved by the Office of the County Attorney.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution to appropriate funds within the Affordable  
Housing Trust Fund in the amount of $120,000 for the housing development gap of three  
new affordable single family homes in the BMSD being developed by CCCDC.  
(Commission District 8)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-306.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
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QUASI-JUDICIAL CONSENT HEARING  
RESILIENT ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT  
URBAN PLANNING DIVISION  
MOTION TO APPROVE plat note amendment to Corporate Park at Cypress Creek  
41.  
(157-MP-80). (Commission District 8)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved the plat note amendment subject to staff’s  
recommendations as outlined in the Development Review Report for a Plat Note  
Amendment.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE plat entitled Blazing Trail Plat (002-UP-21). (Commission  
42.  
43.  
44.  
District 2)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved the plat subject to staff’s recommendations as  
outlined in the Development Review Report for a New Plat.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE plat entitled Kingfisher Reserve (019-MP-20). (Commission  
District 5)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved the plat subject to staff’s recommendations as  
outlined in the Development Review Report for a New Plat.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE plat note amendment to TP Prospector (017-MP-20).  
(Commission District 8)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved the plat note amendment subject to staff’s  
recommendations as outlined in the Development Review Report for a Plat Note  
Amendment.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE plat entitled BESAY (032-MP-21). (Commission District 5)  
45.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved the plat subject to staff’s recommendations as  
outlined in the Development Review Report for a New Plat.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
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COUNTY ADMINISTRATION  
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS/BOARDS SECTION  
A. MOTION TO APPOINT following nominees to the HIV Health Services Planning Council  
in the specified categories:  
46.  
1. Andrea Lanear in the “Non-affiliated Consumer” category  
2. Semi Spencer in the “Non-affiliated Consumer” category  
3. Shawn Jackson a.k.a. Shawn Tinsley in the “Hospital/Healthcare Planning Agencies”  
category  
4. Johanne Casseus in the “Health Care Provider” category  
5. Vincent Foster in the “Part C Grantee” category  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE waiver of conflict under Section 112.313(7)(a), Florida  
Statutes for Shawn Jackson a.k.a. Shawn Tinsley and Johanne Casseus who hold  
employment or contractual relationship with an entity who receives funds from Broward  
County.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ACCEPT nominations to appoint or reappoint members to the following  
boards:  
47.  
1. Animal Care Advisory Committee (one position)  
2. Climate Change Task Force (four positions)  
3. Community Action Agency Advisory Board (one position)  
4. Health Facilities Authority (one position)  
5. Housing Council (two positions)  
6. Medical Marijuana Advisory Board (one position)  
7. Unsafe Structures Board (five positions)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
REAL PROPERTY SECTION  
MOTION TO APPROVE Easement granting Florida Power & Light Company a perpetual,  
non-exclusive underground and overhead utility easement on a portion of County-owned  
property located at 3600 West Sample Road in Coconut Creek, Florida; authorize the  
Mayor and Clerk to execute the Easement; and authorize recordation of same.  
48.  
(Commission District 2)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Corrective Quit Claim Deed for a property located in the Town of  
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea conveyed from Broward County (Grantor) to the Florida  
Department of Transportation (Grantee); correcting a scrivener’s error in the property’s  
legal description; authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute the Corrective Quit Claim  
Deed and authorizing recordation of same. (Commission District 4)  
49.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution approving certain Quit Claim Deeds conveying  
County-owned parcels located in the City of Tamarac to the City of Tamarac; authorizing  
the Mayor and Clerk to execute said Quit Claim Deeds and authorizing recordation of  
same. (Commission District 3)  
50.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-307.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Purchase and Sale Agreement (“Agreement”) between Broward  
County (Seller) and Anthony Rodriguez (Purchaser), for the sale of surplus real property  
located at NW 38th Court in the Town of Davie at a purchase price of $8,000, plus closing  
costs; authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute the Agreement and Quit Claim Deed and  
authorize recordation of the Quit Claim Deed; and authorize the Director of Real Estate  
Development to execute and process normal and customary title closing documents.  
(Commission District 5)  
51.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution authorizing conveyance by Quit Claim Deed of a parcel  
of land not suitable for development that escheated to Broward County for delinquent real  
estate taxes, to the City of Hallandale Beach; authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute  
said Quit Claim Deed and authorizing recordation of same. (Commission District 6)  
52.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-308.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
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 900 North Flamingo Road in Pembroke Pines, Florida; authorize the Mayor and Clerk  
to execute the Easement; and authorize recordation of same. (Commission District 1)  
53.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Easement granting Florida Power & Light Company a perpetual,  
non-exclusive underground and overhead utility easement on a portion of County-owned  
property located at 2995 North Dixie Highway in Oakland Park, Florida; authorize the  
Mayor and Clerk to execute the Easement; and authorize recordation of same.  
(Commission District 4)  
54.  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
COUNTY COMMISSION  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE preventive heart and cancer health care screenings pilot  
project for qualified Broward County residents (“Pilot Project”); to direct and authorize the  
County Administrator to implement the Pilot Project in accordance with the plan (“Plan”)  
(Exhibit 1) developed by Broward County’s consultant Dr. Claudio Smuclovisky with  
coordinating review by North Broward Hospital District (“Broward Health”), South Broward  
Hospital District (“Memorial Healthcare System”), Holy Cross Health, and Cleveland Clinic  
of Florida, including authority to procure any necessary goods or services from vendors or  
consultants to implement the Pilot Project and authority to negotiate and execute any  
necessary agreements or amendments, subject to all contracts being approved as to legal  
sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, up to a maximum total cost to the County  
of $10 million (inclusive of all administrative costs); to direct the County Administrator to  
take all budgetary actions necessary to fund the Pilot project; and to waive the Broward  
County Procurement Code to the extent necessary to permit the County Administrator to  
efficiently and expeditiously implement the Pilot Project in accordance with the Plan,  
finding that the proposed Pilot Project is exempt under Section 21.5 of the Procurement  
Code and that waiver of the Procurement Code for any related necessary goods or  
services is reasonable and in the best interest of the County.  
55.  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:48 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) (See  
Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated June 7, 2022, submitted at the request  
of Office of the County Attorney.)  
VOTE: 8-1. Commissioner Rich voted no.  
B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution transferring $10 million, which has already set  
aside in the current (Fiscal Year 22) budget by County Administration, within the General  
Fund to provide one-time funding for the Pilot Project. (Commissioner Bogen)  
(Commissioner Rich pulled this item from the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:48 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-309. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.) (See Regular Meeting Additional Material, dated June 7, 2022,  
submitted at the request of Office of the County Attorney.)  
VOTE: 8-1. Commissioner Rich voted no.  
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PUBLIC HEARING  
MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows: (Continued from May 10,  
56.  
2022 Item No. 42)  
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)  
ACTION: (T-10:56 AM) The Board continued this item to the next Commission  
meeting. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows:  
57.  
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY,  
FLORIDA,  
PERTAINING  
TO  
EMERGENCY  
MEDICAL  
SERVICES;  
AMENDING VARIOUS SECTIONS OF CHAPTER 3½ OF THE BROWARD COUNTY  
CODE OF ORDINANCES ("CODE"); ADDING A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICE;  
AMENDING APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT  
SERVICE;  
AMENDING  
PERSONNEL  
REQUIREMENTS  
AND  
RULES  
AND  
REGULATIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE,  
AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  
(Sponsored by Vice-Mayor Lamar P. Fisher)  
(Per the Tuesday Agenda Memorandum, at the request of County Administration,  
Exhibit 2 is being withdrawn, and the Board's consideration of this item is based  
on the Ordinance as revised by the amendment distributed by Vice-Mayor Fisher  
as Additional Material.)  
ACTION: (T-10:57 AM) Filed proof of publication and enacted Ordinance No.  
2022-27 to become effective as provided by law as amended with Public Hearing  
Additional Material 57(2), dated June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of  
Vice-Mayor Fisher. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) (See Public Hearing  
Additional Material, dated June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of Office of  
Medical Examiner and Trauma Services.)  
VOTE: 8-1. Commissioner Furr voted no.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution Amending the Broward County Administrative Code, the  
title of which is as follows:  
58.  
A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO GRANTS; AMENDING CHAPTERS 2 AND 13 OF  
THE BROWARD COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE ("ADMINISTRATIVE CODE") TO  
REPEAL THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE GRANTS ADMINISTRATION SECTION AND  
REALLOCATE ITS FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE OFFICE OF  
MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN  
THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  
ACTION: (T-11:04 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-310. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Alston was out of the room during the vote.  
MOTION TO ENACT Ordinance, the title of which is as follows:  
59.  
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY SCREENING PRACTICES  
FOR VENDORS SEEKING CONTRACTS WITH BROWARD COUNTY; AMENDING  
SECTION 26-125 OF THE BROWARD COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES ("CODE");  
CLARIFYING DEFINITIONS AND THE SCOPE OF CRIMINAL HISTORY SCREENING  
PRACTICES FOR COUNTY VENDORS; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY,  
INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  
(Sponsored by Senator Steve Geller)  
ACTION: (T-11:05 AM) Filed proof of publication and enacted Ordinance No.  
2022-28 to become effective as provided by law. (Refer to minutes for full  
discussion.)  
VOTE: 8-0. Commissioner Alston was out of the room during the vote.  
ACTION: (T-11:06 AM) Commissioner Alston requested being shown voting in the  
affirmative.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution Amending the Broward County Administrative Code, the  
title of which is as follows:  
60.  
A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 22, PART XIII, OF THE BROWARD  
COUNTY (“ADMINISTRATIVE CODE”); PROHIBITING INVESTMENT OF COUNTY  
FUNDS IN SECURITIES OF COMPANIES ON THE SCRUTINIZED COMPANIES THAT  
BOYCOTT ISRAEL LIST; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE  
ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  
(Sponsored by Senator Steve Geller)  
(Item Numbers 60 and 72 were taken up together and voted on separately.)  
ACTION: (T-10:35 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-311. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution Amending the Broward County Administrative Code, the  
title of which is as follows:  
61.  
A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PERTAINING TO THE OFFICE OF FILM AND TO FILM,  
TELEVISION, AND MEDIA INCENTIVE PROGRAMS; AMENDING SECTIONS 13.41  
THROUGH  
13.45 OF  
THE  
BROWARD  
COUNTY  
ADMINISTRATIVE  
CODE  
("ADMINISTRATIVE CODE"); AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN  
THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.  
ACTION: (T-11:06 AM) Approved Resolution No. 2022-312. (Refer to minutes for  
full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
END PUBLIC HEARING  
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REGULAR AGENDA  
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WATER CONTROL DISTRICTS PUBLIC HEARING  
A. MOTION TO OPEN Meeting as the Governing Board of Water Control District No. 3.  
ACTION: (T-11:06 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
62.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE Reappointment of Ed Phillips to the Water Control District No.  
3 Advisory Board for the two-year term of September 9, 2022 to September 8, 2024.  
ACTION: (T-11:07 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
C. MOTION TO CLOSE Meeting at the Governing Board of Water Control District No. 3.  
(Commission Districts 2, 4 and 8)  
ACTION: (T-11:07 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
A. MOTION TO OPEN Meeting as the Governing Board of Cocomar Water Control  
District.  
63.  
ACTION: (T-11:07 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
B. MOTION TO APPROVE Reappointment of Jorge Mederos to the Cocomar Water  
Control District Advisory Board for the two-year term of September 10, 2022, to  
September 9, 2024.  
ACTION: (T-11:08 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
C. MOTION TO CLOSE Meeting at the Governing Board of Cocomar Water Control  
District. (Commission District 2)  
ACTION: (T-11:08 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
END WATER CONTROL DISTRICTS PUBLIC HEARING  
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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT  
PURCHASING DIVISION  
For Aviation Department  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to the low bidder, ERMC Aviation LLC, for  
64.  
Baggage Handling Systems, Maintenance, Repair and Operations Services, Bid No.  
OPN2123817B1, for Broward County Aviation Department, in the initial three-year  
estimated amount of $21,011,284, which includes allowances in the amount of $643,000  
annually; and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for two one-year  
periods, for a five-year potential amount of $35,018,806.  
ACTION: (T-11:08 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low bidder, Waterblasting, LLC dba Hog  
Technologies, for Runway Rubber and Paint/Striping Removal Services, Bid No.  
BLD2123987B1, for the Broward County Aviation Department, in the initial three-year  
estimated amount of $252,624; and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the  
contract for two one-year periods, for a five-year potential estimated amount of $421,040.  
65.  
ACTION: (T-11:09 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low bidder, ITW GSE Inc., for Pre-Conditioned  
Air Units, Bid No. BLD2124206B1, for the Broward County Aviation Department, in the  
initial two-year estimated amount of $1,671,305, which includes allowances in the amount  
of $35,000; and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for three  
one-year periods, for a five-year potential estimated amount of $4,178,263.  
66.  
ACTION:  
(T-11:09 AM)  
Approved.  
(Refer  
to  
minutes  
for  
full  
discussion.)  
(Scrivener’s Error - See County Administrator’s Memorandum:  
Summary Explanation/Background, Page 2, last sentence  
Currently reads:  
The bid posted on February 8, 2022 and opened on March 16,  
2022; three bids were received with no declinations (Exhibit 1).  
Should read: The bid posted on February 8, 2022 and opened on March 16, 2022;  
four bids were received with no declinations (Exhibit 1).  
VOTE: 9-0.  
COUNTY ATTORNEY  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to execute and record Notices of  
Limitation of Use in substantially the form of Exhibit 1, pursuant to the Florida Department  
of Environmental Protection (“FDEP”) grant funding (DEP Contract No. F4294),  
dedicating the applicable areas, as amended by the Countys elective conversion under  
Rule 62D-5.059 of the Florida Administrative Code and as approved by FDEP, as  
outdoor recreation sites for the use and benefit of the public, subject to review for legal  
sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney; authorizing the County Administrator to  
make any required modifications to the form provided they do not create any material  
financial obligations of the County; and further authorizing the County Administrator to take  
any necessary administrative and budgetary actions and to execute any documents or  
agreements that do not create any material financial obligations of the County and that are  
subject to review for legal sufficiency by the Office of the County Attorney, to approve and  
effectuate the above-referenced conversion and the recording of appropriate limitations of  
use.  
67.  
ACTION: (T-10:47 AM) Approved. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  
VOTE: 9-0.  
COUNTY ADMINISTRATION  
MOTION TO AMEND Broward County Board of County Commissioners meeting schedule  
to reflect a change to the June schedule.  
68.  
(Per the Tuesday Agenda Memorandum, please note that the FAC Annual  
Conference is June 28 ~ July 1, 2022, and the NACo Annual Conference is July 21  
~ 24, 2022.)  
(Transferred to the Consent Agenda.)  
ACTION: (T-10:31 AM) Approved.  
VOTE: 9-0.  
COUNTY COMMISSION  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution to place a proposed amendment to the Broward County  
Charter on the ballot for the November 8, 2022, General Election, amending Sections  
2.01, 2.02, 2.03, and 2.04 of the Broward County Charter to establish a countywide  
elected Mayor, the title of which is as follows: (Deferred from June 1, 2021 - Item No.  
82)  
69.  
A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD  
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR A REFERENDUM ELECTION TO BE HELD ON  
NOVEMBER 8, 2022, THE DATE OF THE GENERAL ELECTION, TO DETERMINE  
WHETHER TO AMEND THE BROWARD COUNTY CHARTER TO PROVIDE FOR A  
COUNTYWIDE ELECTED MAYOR; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN  
EFFECTIVE DATE.  
(Sponsored by Commissioner Tim Ryan)  
(Item Numbers 69 and 70 were taken up together.)  
ACTION:  
(T-11:10 AM)  
Following  
discussion,  
Commissioner  
Geller  
made  
substitute motion to approve substitute resolution as proposed with Regular  
Meeting Additional Material 69, dated June 7, 2022, submitted at the request of  
Commissioner Geller. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Bogen. (Refer  
to minutes for full discusion.)  
The motion failed.  
VOTE:  
1-8.  
Commissioners  
Alston,  
Bogen,  
Furr,  
Moskowitz,  
Rich,  
Ryan,  
Vice-Mayor Fisher and Mayor Udine voted no.  
ACTION: (T-1:11 PM) Following discussion, Commissioner Ryan withdrew this