Summary of Actions

CITY COUNCIL
SUMMARY OF ACTIONS
November 22, 2022

Approval of Minutes.  Council unanimously approved the minutes of the Special City Council meeting of November 1, 2022, and the Regular City Council meeting of November 1, 2022.

Certification of Elections.  Council unanimously approved Resolution No. 2022-23 certifying the results for the November 8, 2022 election.

Selection of Deputy Mayor.  Following a ballot vote, Council unanimously approved the selection of Stephen Phrampus as Deputy Mayor for a one-year term.

Employee Introduction. City Manager Tim Rhode introduced Police Chief Gregory Vesta, who was sworn in as Police Chief with the City on Thursday, November 17, 2022.

Consent Agenda.  Council unanimously approved the following consent items:

  • Receipt of the Annual Reports for the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board and the Police Officers Retirement Board of Trustees.
  • Disposed Asset Report for Governmental and Proprietary Capital Assets sold, scrapped, or traded-in during the year ended 9-30-2022, according to our 2020 Revised Fixed Asset Policies and Procedures.

Business Advisory Board Annual Report and Reappointments.  Council unanimously received the annual report for the Business Advisory Board and reappointed members with expiring terms that had expressed an interest in serving another term.

Board of Adjustment Annual Report and Reappointments.  Council unanimously received the annual report for the Board of Adjustment and reappointed members with expiring terms that had expressed an interest in serving another term.

Code Enforcement Board Annual Report and Reappointments.  Council unanimously received the annual report for the Code Enforcement Board and reappointed members with expiring terms that had expressed an interest in serving another term.

Planning & Zoning Board Annual Report and Reappointments.  Council unanimously received the annual report for the Planning & Zoning Board and reappointed members with expiring terms that had expressed an interest in serving another term.

Council Member Appointments to Various Boards and Committees.  Council unanimously made appointments for representation by Council Members or City Officials to various boards and committees, as well as liaisons to other agencies and City advisory boards and committees.

Amendment to Initial Site Plan for Eden at Heritage Lakes.  Council approved by a 6-1 vote, with Council Member Andrea Young opposed, the following amendments to the initial site plan for Eden at Heritage Lakes:

  • amend the architectural elevations to allow Hardie Plank in lieu of stucco on the buildings with the proposed vertical separators.
  • accent color palette for the buildings as long as the main color remains white: Hazel (green accent color), Cityscape (gray accent color) and French Moire (blue accent color).
  • allow installation of a single French door and large single window on the first floor.
  • allow the installation of a single French door, large window and keep a balcony (black aluminum rail) instead of sliding doors on the second floor.

Purchase of Police Department Handheld Radios.  Council unanimously authorized the purchase of thirty-four (34) portable XL-95P Police radios and associated accessories.

Motor Control Centers for Dewatering Building/Belt Filter Press.  Council unanimously approved the purchase of replace motor control centers for the Dewatering Building/Belt Filter Press located at the Ray Bullard Water Reclamation Facility with Revere Control Systems, Inc., in the amount of $281,924.

Mechanical Integrity Testing of Class 1 Injection Well.  Council unanimously authorized the City Manager to execute an agreement in the amount of $71,840.00 with A.C. Schultes of Florida for mechanical integrity testing of the city’s Class 1 Injection Well located at the Ray Bullard Water Reclamation Facility.

For additional information on these matters, call the City Clerk’s office at 321-837-7774. City Council will meet again on Tuesday, December 13, 2022, after which this page will be updated.