BCC Meeting 10/19/21

SUWANNEE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

JUDICIAL ANNEX BUILDING

218 PARSHLEY STREET SOUTHWEST

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 32064

TENTATIVE AGENDA FOR OCTOBER 19, 2021, 5:00 P.M.

Invocation

Pledge to American Flag

ATTENTION:

  • The Board may add additional items to this agenda.
  • Affirmative action on any item includes authorization of Chairman’s or designee’s signature on all associated documents.
  • Individual speakers from the audience will be allowed three (3) minutes to speak following recognition by the Chairman and must speak from the podium. Speakers may only make one (1) trip to the podium regarding each item they wish to speak on.
  • Groups or factions representing a position on a proposition or issue are required to select a single representative or spokesperson. The designated representative will be allowed to speak for seven (7) minutes following recognition by the Chairman and must speak from the podium. Speakers may only make one (1) trip to the podium regarding each item they wish to speak on.
  • For general updates or questions regarding County business, contact the County Administrator during regular business hours (386) 364-3400.

 

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

  1. October 5, 2021 – Regular Board Meeting

 

 

CONSENT:

 

  1. Approval of payment of processed invoices.

 

  1. Approval of Business Incentive Grant Application.

 

  1. Approval of SCOP Agreement with Florida Department of Transportation for design, construction, and construction engineering and inspection for road reconstruction of 80th Terrace & 139th Drive from end of pavement to Mitchell Road and adoption of enabling Resolution.

 

  1. Approval to hold second meeting for the month of November, on Monday, November 15, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Judicial Annex Building.

 

  1. Approval to purchase radio equipment to upgrade Fire Rescue’s emergency mobile communications system from Mobile Communications America. Budgeted item.

 

  1. Approve an employee’s donation of sick leave outside of normal County Rules and Regulations.

 

  1. Authorization to purchase two Frazer Type I 14’ ambulance modules on a 2022 Dodge Ram 4500 6.7 L Diesel Chassis from Frazer Ltd. As a sole source provider and two Stryker Power load/stretchers from Stryker Medical as a sole source provider. Budgeted items.

 

  1. Authorization to re-chassis and refurbish two existing Frazer Type I 14’ ambulance module on a 2022 Dodge Ram 4500 6.7 L Diesel Chassis. Work to be completed by Frazer Ltd as a sole source provider and the purchase of two Stryker Power load/stretchers from Stryker Medical as a sole source provider. Budgeted items.

 

  1. Adoption of Resolution proclaiming October 3 – 9, 2021 as” National 4-H Week” in Suwannee County.

 

  1. Adoption of Resolution proclaiming October 16 – 23, 2021 as “Rodeo Roundup Week” in Suwannee County.

 

  1. Authorization to file pre-application for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) funding for construction phase: Rehabilitate Taxiway A and Taxiway Connectors at Suwannee County Airport.

 

  1. Award bid to Fortiline, Inc. d/b/a Fortiline Waterworks for polypropylene pipe for stormwater on an as-needed basis. (Bid Solicitation No. 2021-21, opened October 5, 2021)

 

  1. Award bid to Gulf Atlantic Culvert Company, Inc. for galvanized corrugated metal pipe on an as-needed basis. (Bid Solicitation No. 2021-22, opened October 5, 2021)

 

 

TIME-SPECIFIC ITEMS:

  1. At 5:05 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, hold a public hearing to discuss, with possible Board action, adoption of Ordinance establishing revised fees for use of commercial garbage containers and service, repealing, and superseding prior and conflicting resolutions. (Randy Harris, County Administrator)

 

  1. At 5:05 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, hold a public hearing to discuss, with possible Board action, adoption of a Resolution establishing revised fees for use of commercial garbage containers and service, repealing, and superseding prior and conflicting resolutions. (Randy Harris, County Administrator)

 

 

COMMISSIONERS ITEMS:

COUNTY ATTORNEY ITEMS:

GENERAL BUSINESS:

  1. Discuss, with possible Board action, final plat approval of Wellborn Oaks subdivision. (Ron Meeks, Planning & Zoning Director)

 

  1. Discuss, with possible Board action, additional position at Conservation District. (Andy Jackson, Chairman of Soil & Conservation District Board)

 

  1. Discuss, with possible Board action, authorization to reapply for State Appropriations Request for construction of new Emergency Operations Center. (Randy Harris, County Administrator)

 

  1. Discuss, with possible Board action, authorization to apply for African-American Cultural and Historical Grant. (Randy Harris, County Administrator)

 

  1. Discuss, with possible Board action, authorization to obtain soil report for soccer field on 72nd (Randy Harris, County Administrator)

 

  1. Additional Agenda Items. The Chairman calls for additional items.

 

  1. Public Concerns and Comments. (Filling out of Comment Card required, and forward to

Chairman or County Administrator. Individual speakers from the audience will be allowed three (3) minutes, and a single representative or spokesperson will be allowed seven (7) minutes to speak following recognition by the Chairman and must speak from the podium – one (1) trip to podium.)

 

  1. Administrator’s comments and information.

 

  1. Board Members Inquiries, Requests, and Comments.

 

 

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