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Agenda_Regular_02/14/2019 Village of Tequesta Tequesta Village Hall 345 Tequesta Drive � '- t Meeting Agenda Village Council - Regular Council Meeting Mayor Abby Brennan Vice-Mayor Tom Paterno Council Member Vince Arena Council Member Laurie Brandon Council Member Kristi Johnson Thursday,February 14,2019 6:00 PM Council Chambers CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Council Member Brandon APPROVALOFAGENDA PRESENTATION 1. Proclamation Proclaiming February 25, 2019 - March 3, 2019 as Eating Disorders Awareness Week in Tequesta Sponsors: Mayor Brennan 2. Annual Report of the Village Infrastructure Surtax Citizen Oversight Committee Sponsors: Community Development Director Zacarias - � 3. Community Center Update by Frank D'Ambra (Backup to Follow) CONSENT AGENDA All items listed under the Consent Agenda are considered routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Village Council Member so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the Agenda. 4. MINUTES: 1/10/19 Special and 1/10/19 Regular Sponsors: Village Clerk McWilliams �llage of Tequesta Page 1 Village Council-Regular Council Meeting Agenda February 14,2019 Meeting 5. Approval of Contracts Signed by Manager Under $25,000 (Per Village Ordinance we are presenting the following agreements, proposals, commitments and memorandum of understanding to Council.) 1. el Latino Semanal News Publication Contract - Village Clerk $168.00; 2. FPL LED Street Lighting Agreement - Public Works (this is a $4,401.48 in annual savings); 3. Thomas G. Bradford Professional Services Agreement-Administration $20,000.00/10 Month Contract; 4. TRB Management Professional Services Agreement - Administration $5,000.00; 5. Verizon Wireless Revocable License Agreement Change Consent Request -Administration $N/A Saonsors: Acting Village Manager Weinand 6. SE 01-19: Special Event Application for an Annual Strawberry Festival Fundraiser by First Presbyterian Church of Tequesta, Inc. The event is to be held on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at 482 Tequesta Drive. The projected number of attendees for the event is 650. No alcohol will be served. Sponsors: Building Official Rodriguez 7. Approve the Purchase of a New Palo Alto Next Gen Firewall and Security Solution Sponsors: IT Director Gomberg 8. Approve a Piggyback Contract with U.S. Water Services Corp. for Water Meter Change Out Services. Saonsors: Superintendent of Water Distribution and Stormwater Wickham 9. RESOLUTION 3-19, A RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FLORIDA, DECLARING CERTAIN PROPERTY TO BE SURPLUS AND DIRECTING THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO DISPOSE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE VILLAGE'S ADOPTED PROCEDURES Sponsors: Finance Director Quirk 10. RESOLUTION 4-19, A Resolution of the Village Council of the Village of Tequesta, FL, increasing the General Fund #001 2018/2019 Budget by Increasing Revenues and Expenditures in the Amount of $17,192.00 to Recognize Acceptance of the Interlocal Agreement between Palm each County and the Village of Tequesta for the Reimbursement of Emergency Medical Services Grant Equipment in an Amount not to exceed $17,192.00. Sponsors: Fire Chief Trube Vllage of Tequesta Page 2 Village Council-Regular Council Meeting Agenda February 14,2019 Meeting 11. RESOLUTION 5-19, A RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FLORIDA, INCREASING REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES IN THE GENERAL FUND #001 2018/2019 BUDGET IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,975.00 RECOGNIZING ADDITIONAL REVENUES FROM PALM BEACH COUNTY FOR MANATEE PATROL SERVICES AS WELL AS RECOGNIZING RELATED OVERTIME EXPENDITURES Sponsors: Police Chief Medina 12. RESOLUTION 7-19, A RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FLORIDA, ADOPTING A REVISED BUILDING DEPARTMENT FEE SCHEDULE AS PROVIDED BY CHAPTER 14, ARTICLE VI OF THE VILLAGE CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING THAT THIS SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AT ALL TIMES AT THE VILLAGE HALL DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THIS SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES IN APPENDIX C. OF THE VILLAGE'S CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Sponsors: Village Attorney Davis END OF CONSENT AGENDA COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITIZENS Public comments / communications from citizens are limited to 3(three) minutes. Anyone wishing to address Council should complete a "Comments by the Public" card and present it to the Village Clerk prior to the Communications from Citizens. When you are ca//ed to speak, please go to the podium and state your name and address for the record prior to addressing Council. Council will not discuss this item this evening; however, Council may choose to have the item placed on a future agenda for discussion. Reference Resolution 25-18 regarding public participation. COMMUNICATIONS FROM COUNCIL STANDING REPORTS Villaae Attornev Villaae Manaaer Police Department Fire Deaartment REGULAR AGENDA �llage of Tequesta Page 3 Village Council-Regular Council Meeting Agenda February 14,2019 Meeting OLD BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS 13. Request for a Temporary trailer to be placed on the Property Located at 299 Country Club Drive, Tequesta by Angelica Lunn on Behalf of her Incapacitated Mother, the Property Owner, Joan Borrero 14. Ratification of the Village of Tequesta/PBA Memorandum of Understanding Amending Article 29 (Retirement) of the 2016-19 Collective Bargaining Agreement Sponsors: Asst. Manager/Human Resources Director Reid 15. ORDINANCE 1-19, FIRST READING, AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE VILLAGE CODE OF ORDINANCES AT CHAPTER 78. ZONING; AT SEC. 78-4. DEFINITIONS, BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION FOR "REHABILITATION FACILITY" TO ELIMINATE FUNDING RESTRICTIONS FOR REHABILITATION FACILITY CLIENTS AND OPERATIONS, INCREASE THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF OUTPATIENT AND FOLLOW-UP CARE CLIENTS TO A NUMBER EQUAL TO 25% OF THE REHABILITATION FACILITY'S TOTAL OCCUPANCY CAPACITY, AND PROVIDE GRAMMATICAL CONSISTENCY THROUGHOUT THE DEFINITION; AND AT SEC. 78-180, MU MIXED USE DISTRICT, SUBSECTION (I) SPECIAL EXCEPTION USES, NUMBER (16) REHABILITATION FACILITIES, TO REPEAL MONTHLY AND ANNUAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING THAT EACH AND EVERY OTHER SECTION AND SUBSECTION OF CHAPTER 78. ZONING, SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT AS PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED; PROVIDING A CONFLICTS CLAUSE, A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND AUTHORITY TO CODIFY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Sponsors: Village Attorney Davis 16. ORDINANCE 2-19, FIRST READING, AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE VILLAGE CODE OF ORDINANCES AT CHAPTER 2. ADMINISTRATION. BY AMENDING SECTION 2-61. PENSION TRUST FUNDS, EXHIBIT B, THE PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS' PENSION TRUST FUND, ADOPTING REVISIONS TO INCORPORATE PROVISIONS OF THE RECENTLY NEGOTIATED AND APPROVED POLICE OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS; PROVIDING THAT EACH AND EVERY OTHER SECTION AND SUBSECTION OF CHAPTER 2. SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT AS PREVIOUSLY ENACTED; PROVIDING A CONFLICTS CLAUSE, A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND AUTHORITY TO CODIFY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Sponsors: Village Attorney Davis Vlllage of Tequesta Page 4 Village Council-Regular Council Meeting Agenda February 14,2019 Meeting 17. ORDINANCE 3-19, FIRST READING, AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FLORIDA, ADOPTING A ONE TIME OPPORTUNITY FOR POLICE OFFICERS HIRED AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2013 TO OPT OUT OF PARTICIPATION IN THE DEFINED BENEFIT PENSION PLAN AND REMAIN A PARTICIPANT IN THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PROGRAM; PROVIDING A CONFLICTS CLAUSE, A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Sponsors: Village Attorney Davis 18. Consideration of Temporary Replacement of Alternate Member on the Loxahatchee River Management Coordinating Council Sponsors: Village Clerk McWilliams ANY OTHER MATTERS ADJOURNMENT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE AND BE ADVISED: If any person decides to appeal any decision made by this Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or hearing he/she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he/she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITIZENS: Public comments / communications from citizens are limited to 3 (three) minutes. Anyone wishing to address Council should complete a "Comments by the Public" card and present it to the Village Clerk prior to the Communications from Citizens. When you are called to speak, please go to the podium and state your name and address for the record prior to addressing Council. Council will not discuss this item this evening; however, Council may choose to have the item placed on a future agenda for discussion. Reference Resolution 25-18 regarding public participation. OTHER AGENDA ITEMS: Any citizen is entitled to be heard on any official agenda item when the Village Council calls for public comments subject to the three-minute limitation. Village Council Meetings are public business meetings, and as such, the Village Council retains the right to limit discussion on any issue. NOTE: Disabled persons who need an accommodation in order to participate in this Village Council Meeting are requested to contact the Village Clerk's Office at 768-0440 at least three working days before this meeting. Hearing impaired persons please note wireless hearing system receivers are available by requesting the same from the Village Clerk. SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS 345 Tequesta Drive unless otherwise indicated Workshop - March 4, 2019 - 6:00 p.m. vllage of Tequesta Page 5 Village Council-Regular Council Meeting Agenda February 14,2019 Meeting Election - March 12, 2019 - 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Regular Council Meeting - March 14, 2019 - 6:00 p.m. Vlllage of Tequesta Page B