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April 14, 2014
Work Session @ 2 p.m.
Regular Meeting @ 3:30 p.m.
City Hall Commission Chambers

2 p.m. Work Session

NO PUBLIC INPUT WILL BE TAKEN AT THIS MEETING.

1 Strategic Planning 45 minutes
2 Affordable Housing 30 minutes

3:30 p.m. Regular Meeting

welcome

Welcome to the City of Winter Park City Commission meeting. The agenda for regularly scheduled Commission meetings is posted in City Hall the Tuesday before the meeting. Agendas and all backup material supporting each agenda item are available in the City Clerk‘s office or on the city‘s website at cityofwinterpark.org.

meeting procedures

Persons desiring to address the Commission MUST fill out and provide to the City Clerk a yellow “Request to Speak” form located by the door. After being recognized by the Mayor, persons are asked to come forward and speak from the podium, state their name and address, and direct all remarks to the Commission as a body and not to individual members of the Commission, staff or audience.

Citizen comments at 5 p.m. and each section of the agenda where public comment is allowed are limited to three (3) minutes. The yellow light indicator will remind you that you have one (1) minute left. Large groups are asked to name a spokesperson. This period of time is for comments and not for questions directed to the Commission or staff for immediate answer. Questions directed to the City Commission will be referred to staff and should be answered by staff within a reasonable period of time following the date of the meeting. Order and decorum will be preserved at all meetings. Personal, impertinent or slanderous remarks are not permitted. Thank you for participating in your city government.

Item Projected Time*
1 Meeting Called to Order
2 Invocation Reverend Steve May, First Baptist Church of Winter Park
Pledge of Allegiance
3 Approval of Agenda
4 Mayor’s Report
  1. 15 minutes Briefing – Orange County Tax Collector Scott Randolph.
  2. 15 minutes Presentation – Kathy Ramsberger - Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
  3. 5 minutes 1st Quarter 2014 Business Recognition Award.
  4. 5 minutes Recognition – Fire Chief's Civilian Award of Merit – Linda Youmans.
  5. 5 minutes Presentation – National Arbor Day Foundation of Tree City USA Award, Growth Award and Sterling Award.
  6. 5 minutes Proclamation – Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
  7. 5 minutes Proclamation – Water Conservation Month.
5 City Manager’s Report
  1. 10 minutes Request to schedule a work session for June 9 at 2 p.m. (before Commission meeting) with the Library to discuss facilities.
6 City Attorney’s Report
7 Non-Action Items
  1. Item a 20 minutes Presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the year ended September 30, 2013.
8 Citizen Comments | 5 p.m. or soon thereafter
(If the meeting ends earlier than 5 p.m., the citizen comments will be at the end of the meeting)

Three (3) minutes are allowed for each speaker; not to exceed a total of 30 minutes for this portion of the meeting.
9 Consent Agenda 5 minutes
  1. Item a Approve the minutes of March 24, 2014.
  2. Item b Approve the following contracts:
    1. Piggybacking State of Florida Contract 863-000-10-1 Amendment 7 with Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company for tires; and authorize Purchasing to use the contract.
    2. Piggybacking Orange County Contract Y13-196 with Harcros Chemical, Inc. for hydrofluosillic acid; and authorize the Mayor to execute Amendment 1.
    3. Piggybacking State of Florida Contract 420-420-10-1 Amendment 1 with various contractors for furniture for educational/institutional; and authorize Purchasing to use the contract.
    4. Renewal with Brick America for IFB-15-2011 for purchase of clay brick pavers; and authorize the Mayor to execute Amendment 3.
    5. Renewal and subsequent purchase order to Brown & Brown of Florida, Inc./Columbia Casualty Company for property insurance only; $369,371.
10 Action Items Requiring Discussion
  1. 5 minutes Appointment of Vice-Mayor.
  2. Item b 15 minutes Relocation of Concours d’ Elegance to golf course.
11 Public Hearings
  1. Item a 20 minutes Lakeside project off-site parking lot plan and development agreement amendment.
  2. Item b 10 minutes Resolution – Supporting home rule for pension decisions.
12 City Commission Reports 10 minutes each
  1. Commissioner Leary
  2. Commissioner Sprinkel
  3. Commissioner Cooper
  4. Commissioner McMacken
  5. Mayor Bradley

* Times are subject to change.


appeals & assistance

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(F. S. 286.0105).

“Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk‘s Office (407-599-3277) at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.”

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