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COMMISSION MEMORANDUM

TO:Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission 
FROM:Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager 
DATE:June  24, 2020
 



SUBJECT:REPORT OF THE MAY 8, 2020 FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. POTENTIAL DEBT REFINANCINGS. 2 FOOD DISTRIBUTION TO RESIDENTS IMPACTED BY COVID-19. 3. DISCUSS A PROPOSED MARINA REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT TO UPGRADE AND IMPROVE THE CITY’S MIAMI BEACH MARINA AND RELATED FACILITIES, VIA A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO, AND EXTENSION OF, THE CITY’S MIAMI BEACH MARINA LEASE WITH MIAMI BEACH MARINA ASSOCIATES, LTD., AS WELL AS A PROPOSED SALE OF THE AIR RIGHTS ABOVE THE UPLAND PORTION OF THE MARINA LEASED PREMISES AT 300 ALTON ROAD, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MIXED USE PROJECT, WITH RESIDENTIAL, RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL USES, AND WITH THE FOREGOING SUBJECT TO AN INDEPENDENT THIRD-PARTY APPRAISAL OF THE VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF THE TRANSACTION, AND NEGOTIATION OF ADDITIONAL REVENUES AND OTHER PUBLIC BENEFITS TO BE PROVIDED TO THE CITY AS PART OF THE TRANSACTION. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH EFFORTS TO COMMUNICATE THE DANGERS OF E-CIGARETTES AND VAPING AMONG YOUTH IN MIAMI BEACH. 5. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BEST USES FOR THE COLLINS PARK GARAGE RETAIL SPACE. 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT-QUARTERLY UPDATE. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING A FINANCIAL PLAN FOR THE WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM MASTER PLAN. 8. UPDATE FROM THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT REGARDING STEPS TAKEN TO STREAMLINE THE BUSINESS PERMITTING PROCESS, IMPROVE BUSINESS RETENTION, AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES. 9. DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION. 10. REVIEW THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SUPER BOWL 2020 AND THE MIAMI HERALD ARTICLE REGARDING TALKS OF A FREE CONCERT. 11. DISCUSSION REGARDING STORMWATER CONNECTION FEES FOR COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES. 12. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE JUNE 18, 2019 ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE MOTIONS ON EXTENDING THE CAT FEEDER AND WATER PROGRAM AS WELL AS INCREASING THE FUNDING FOR THE TRAP, NEUTER, AND RELEASE (TNR) PROGRAMS. 13. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION TO FUND A PET ADOPTION FACILITY. 14. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE IMPROVING CAPITAL ASSET CONDITIONS (E.G., STREETS, SIDEWALKS, BUILDINGS) BY INCREASING ANNUAL FUNDING FOR PAY-AS-YOU-GO (PAYGO) FUND. 15. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF NORTH BAY VILLAGE, AND TO REVIEW PROPERTY TAXES, ECONOMIC IMPACT, AND VALUE. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF THE WESTERNMOST ISLANDS OF THE VENETIAN ISLANDS AND MAKING THEM A PART OF MIAMI BEACH, AND TO REVIEW PROPERTY TAXES, ECONOMIC IMPACT, AND VALUE. 17. UPDATE ON THE CITY’S BLUEWAYS MASTER PLAN. 18. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BIGBELLY PROGRAM. 19. DISCUSS THE LIVING WAGE RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020/2021 IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE IV, DIVISION 6, SECTION 2-4, OF THE CITY CODE. 20. DISCUSSION REGARDING EARLY CHILDHOOD FUNDING. 21. DISCUSSION REGARDING ESTABLISHING A HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND. 22. DISCUSSION REGARDING SPONSORSHIP OF THE AMERICAN BLACK FILM FESTIVAL. 23. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITY'S HOMELESS WALK-IN CENTER. 24. DISCUSSION ONE-TIME FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000 FOR A MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT, AT THE REQUEST OF THE MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PARENT TEACHER STUDENT ASSOCIATION (PTSA). 25. UPDATE ON NEGOTIATIONS PURSUANT TO RFP 2019-100-KB FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MIXED-USE PROJECT WITH CULTURAL COMPONENT (BYRON CARLYLE THEATER), WITH PACIFIC STAR CAPITAL, LLC, THE TOP RANKED PROPOSER, AND MENIN HOSPITALITY AND KGTC, LLC, THE SECOND RANKED PROPOSER. 26. REVIEW OF ALL CITY DEPARTMENTS FOR JUSTIFICATION AND EFFICIENCY. 27. DISCUSS FUNDING THE DESIGN WORK FOR THE NORTH BEACH SKATEPARK EXPANSION. 28. AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE I, ENTITLED “IN GENERAL,” BY AMENDING SECTION 6-3 THEREOF, ENTITLED “HOURS OF SALE/VIOLATIONS,” BY REQUIRING THOSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS LOCATED ON OCEAN DRIVE, BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 15TH STREET, POSSESSING A 5 A.M. ALCOHOL LICENSE AND SELLING OR SERVING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE(S) LATER THAN 12 A.M., TO RETAIN THE SERVICES OF AN OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER, FROM 12 A.M. UNTIL THIRTY (30) MINUTES PAST THE CLOSING TIME OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENT, FOR ALL SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS (AND ALL SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS FOR THOSE HOLIDAY WEEKENDS OR CITY-SPONSORED EVENTS) DURING WHICH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE SOLD OR SERVED BEYOND 12 A.M.; ESTABLISHING EXCEPTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 29. DISCUSS INVESTING IN PLAYGROUNDS IN LUMMUS PARK. 30. DISCUSSION REGARDING EXPANSION OF EQUIPMENT AND LIGHTING AT MUSCLE BEACH. 31. DISCUSS INCREASING THE BUDGET OF THE CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL. 32. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING THE PRODUCTION INDUSTRY COUNCIL’S DECEMBER 12, 2019 MOTION. 33. DISCUSSION REGARDING NEGOTIATIONS PURSUANT TO ITN 2019-099-KB COLLINS PARK ARTIST WORKFORCE HOUSING PROJECT. 34. DISCUSS THE RENEWAL OF THE $60 MILLION LINE OF CREDIT. 35. DISCUSS FUNDING ARTISTIC PAINTING OF THE MID BEACH WATER TANKS. 36. REVIEW OF A PROPOSED TRANSACTION WITH THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION (THE “FEDERATION”), THE CITY’S LONG-TERM LESSEE AND OPERATOR OF THE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL SITE LOCATED AT 1933-1945 MERIDIAN AVENUE (THE “MEMORIAL”), FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF THE MEMORIAL AND ADJACENT MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT AT 775 19TH STREET TO THE FEDERATION, TO PERMIT THE FEDERATION, AT ITS SOLE COST AND EXPENSE, TO DEVELOP, CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN A STATE-OF-THE-ART HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER, FOR THE PRESENTATION OF EXHIBITS, LECTURES AND OTHER INTERACTIVE PROGRAMMING THAT CONNECTS THE HOLOCAUST EXPERIENCE TO CONTEMPORARY CIVIC LIFE AND PROMOTES TOLERANCE, REMEMBRANCE AND GLOBAL HUMAN RIGHTS. 37. DISCUSS A PILOT PROGRAM WITH CURBFLOW, INC. FOR REALTIME CURB ACCESS MANAGEMENT OF COMMERCIAL AND ON-DEMAND OPERATORS AT NO COST TO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH. 38. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE LGBTQ ADVISORY COMMITTEE MOTION REGARDING FUNDING FOR LGBTQ COMMUNITY INITIATIVES. 39. DISCUSS CONDUCTING A MOPED SHARING SERVICE PILOT WITH REVEL. 40. DISCUSS MODIFYING COMPONENTS OF THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING, AND MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION, INC. FOR AN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER. 41. DISCUSSION ON A HOTEL ROOM BLOCK ATTRITION POLICY TO SECURE INCREASED MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER BOOKINGS.

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