Commission Meeting / Presentations and Awards
City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1700 Convention Center Drive
December 11, 2019 - 8:30 AM

 

Mayor Dan Gelber

Commissioner Ricky Arriola

Commissioner Michael Gongora

Commissioner Steven Meiner

Commissioner David Richardson

Commissioner Mark Samuelian

Commissioner Micky Steinberg


City Manager Jimmy L. Morales
City Attorney Raul J. Aguila
City Clerk Rafael E. Granado


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AGENDA KEY  

Consent Agenda:

Regular Agenda:

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

R2 - Competitive Bid Reports

C4 - Commission Committee Assignments

R5 - Ordinances

C6 - Commission Committee Reports

R7 - Resolutions

C7 - Resolutions

R9 - New Businesses & Commission Requests

 

R10 - City Attorney Reports        



PA - Presentations and Awards        


 

 

 

 

AGENDA

1.CALL TO ORDER
2.INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGE
3.PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
4.REQUEST FOR ADDITIONS, WITHDRAWALS, AND DEFERRALS
5.RECESS FOR LUNCH AT APPROXIMATELY 12:00 P.M.
6.PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS WILL COMMENCE AT APPROXIMATELY 5:00 P.M.


CONSENT AGENDA
C2 - Competitive Bid Reports
C2AREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO AWARD A CONTRACT PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. 2019-232-AY FOR OUTFALL CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES.
VIDEOPublic Works/Procurement
ITEM WITHDRAWN
C2BREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO AWARD A CONTRACT PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. 2019-140-ND, INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF PARKING LOT LIGHTING.
Property Management/Procurement
C2CREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO EXERCISE TERM RENEWAL OPTIONS ON CONTRACTS AND OTHER ROUTINE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS.
Procurement
C2DREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE A REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2020-057-ND FOR CULTURAL PROGRAMMING AND EVENT PRODUCERS.
VIDEOTourism and Culture/Procurement
C4 - Committee Assignments
C4AREFERRAL TO THE DECEMBER 20, 2019, FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE PROJECT BUDGET, SCOPE AND FUNDING BY VORNADO REALTY TRUST (VORNADO) FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS OF 1100 BLOCK OF LINCOLN ROAD.
Property Management
C4BREFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE SPONSORSHIP OF GROUNDUP MUSIC FESTIVAL.
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
C4CREFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY RESOLUTION URGING MUNICIPALITIES TO ADOPT POST-DISASTER TEMPORARY ZONING RELIEF.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4DREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - DISCUSS CQE'S NOVEMBER 19TH MOTION REGARDING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL NOVEMBER 20TH AGENDA ITEM D68 REGARDING PUBLIC SCHOOL START TIME CHANGES.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
C4EREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - DISCUSS CHANGING RISING ABOVE LOGO.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4FREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - DISCUSS THE MARKETING PLAN FOR CONVENTIONS/MEETINGS AT THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4GREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION REGARDING PEDESTRIAN SAFETY ON THE BEACHWALK.
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
C4HREFERRAL TO THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION BOARD AND THE PLANNING BOARD - ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 118-503 OF THE CITY CODE TO CREATE A PRESUMPTION FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF DEMOLISHED CONTRIBUTING STRUCTURES.
Planning
Commissioner Ricky Arriola and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Gongora
C4IREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD - ORDINANCE AMENDMENT CREATING FORMULA RETAIL AND RESTAURANT REGULATIONS FOR SUNSET HARBOR.
Planning
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
C4JREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD REGARDING AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE HOURS OF OPERATION FOR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE SUNSET HARBOUR NEIGHBORHOOD.
Office of the City Attorney/Planning
Commissioner Mark Samuelian and Co-Sponsored by Commissioner Ricky Arriola
C4KREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD - AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING SUBPART B OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED “LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,” CHAPTER 114, ENTITLED “GENERAL PROVISIONS,” SECTION 114-1, ENTITLED “DEFINITIONS,” TO MODIFY FOR CLARIFICATION PURPOSES THE DEFINITION OF “FLOOR AREA”; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney/Planning
Co-sponsored by Mayor Gelber, Commissioner Gongora, & Commissioner Samuelian
C4LREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS A PROPOSED BRIDGE CONNECTING FONTAINEBLEAU TO A PROPOSED SOUTH ADDITION.
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
Deferred from September 11, 2019 - C4 Y
C4MREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE AND THE PLANNING BOARD TO PERMIT ACCESSORY USES FOR HISTORIC HOTEL USES IN THE RM-3 ZONING DISTRICT TO BE LOCATED IN AN RM-2 PROPERTY, SO LONG AS BOTH PROPERTIES SHARE A UNIFIED HOTEL OPERATION AND ARE CONNECTED BY A BRIDGE OR STRUCTURE; AND MODIFYING THE PARKING REQUIREMENT AND CONDITIONAL USES FOR THOSE ACCESSORY USES.
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
Deferred from September 11, 2019 - C4 W
C4NREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE AND THE PLANNING BOARD - PROPOSED ZONING OVERLAY FOR THE LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL AT 77TH STREET AND DICKENS AVENUE.
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
C4OREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AND THE ART IN PUBLIC PLACES COMMITTEE - CALL TO ARTISTS FOR WORKS BY LGBTQ ARTISTS FOR THE MEANING OF "PRIDE PARK"  WITH A PREFERENCE FOR MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
Addendum added on 12/9/2019
C4PREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO REVIEW LIGHTING ON ALTON ROAD BETWEEN 17TH AND 10TH STREETS.
Mayor Dan Gelber
Addendum added on 12/10/2019
C6 - Commission Committee Reports
C6AREPORT OF THE OCTOBER 23, 2019 NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. DISCUSSION REGARDING CLEANLINESS IN MIAMI BEACH. 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING FINES LEVIED AGAINST PROPERTIES AND A POLICY DECISION AS TO W HEN THE CITY SHOULD MOVE FORWARD WITH FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING SPRAY PAINTED MARKINGS LEFT ON SIDEWALKS BY CONTRACTORS FOR PROLONGED PERIODS OF TIME. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CONFIGURATION OF THE INTERSECTION OF WEST 26 STREET AND PINE TREE DRIVE IN FRONT OF THE SCOTT RAKOW YOUTH CENTER. 5. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY’S POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO EVICTIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS AND EVICTIONS DURING A STORM EMERGENCY AND DIRECTING THE ADMINISTRATION TO REVIEW OUR PROCESSES AND PROTOCOLS AND POTENTIALLY DEVELOP COORDINATED PROCEDURES WITH THE COUNTY TO HELP, IF NEEDED, SENIOR CITIZENS WHO ARE EVICTED, IN ORDER TO ENSURE THAT THEY HAVE TEMPORARY SHELTER. 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITIZEN, THE SMARTPHONE POLICE BLOTTER. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING BEACHWALK MEDALLIONS. 8. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BETTER BUS PROJECT. 9. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE 23 STREET AND 63 STREET COMPLETE STREETS FEASIBILITY STUDIES. 10. DISCUSSION REGARDING CRIME IN MIAMI BEACH. 11. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE POSSIBILITY OF INSTALLING A TURNING LANE W HEN YOU ARE DRIVING EAST ON I-195 HEADING ONTO 41ST STREET AND TURNING SOUTH ON ALTON ROAD. 12. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF EXTRANEOUS AND POTENTIALLY OUTDATED LEGISLATION IN MIAMI BEACH. 13. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE INTEREST OF THE COMMISSION IN OPERATING ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AT ALL AND THE POSSIBILITY OF A FUTURE PILOT PROGRAM. 14. DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER CONCEPTS FOR THE NORTH BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD GREENWAY. 15. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE LONG WAIT TIMES FOR THE SOUTH BEACH TROLLEYS. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE INTERSECTION AT 44 STREET AND CHASE AVE AND PRAIRIE AVE AS IT RELATES TO SAFETY AND THE POSSIBILITY OF ADDITIONAL STOP SIGNS. 17. DISCUSSION REGARDING PEDESTRIAN SAFETY CONCERNS ON ALTON ROAD FROM 10TH STREET TO 16TH STREET. 18. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE NAMING OF THE NORTH SHORE BANDSHELL. 19. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE MOTIONS CONCERNING FUMIGATION. 20. DISCUSSION REGARDING RENAMING OF COLLINS CANAL PARK.
Office of City Manager
C6BREPORT OF THE OCTOBER 30, 2019 LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. DISCUSS LIMITING BIG BOX FORMULA RETAIL AND FORMULA RESTAURANTS IN SUNSET HARBOUR. 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PENALTIES FOR PROPERTY OWNERS ENGAGING IN DEMOLITION BY NEGLECT. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES FOR THE NORMANDY ISLE COMMERCIAL DISTRICT. 4. ADAPTIVE RE-USE AND ACCESSORY USES IN THE NORTH SHORE AND TATUM WATERWAY AREAS. 5. DISCUSS LIMITING BIG BOX FORMULA RETAIL AND FORMULA RESTAURANTS ON LINCOLN ROAD. 6. DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO ESTABLISHING DISTANCE SEPARATION AND CUP REQUIREMENTS FOR PACKAGE STORES, VAPING AND SMOKE STORES, TATTOO PARLORS AND RELATED USES IN NORTH BEACH. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING TIGHT URBANISM. 8. DISCUSSION REGARDING A LAND USE AMENDMENT TO INCREASE THE MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT TO 200 FEET FOR OCEANFRONT LOTS WITH A CONTRIBUTING BUILDING IN THE RM-3 DISTRICT WHEN THE DEVELOPMENT SITE IS AT LEAST 110,000 SQUARE FEET IN SIZE. 9. DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS FOR HOTELS ON LINCOLN ROAD - 500 BLOCK ADDITION.
Planning
C6CREPORT OF THE OCTOBER 23, 2019 SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. REVIEW OF RESILIENCE STRATEGY WORKPLAN - PLANNED AND IN PROGRESS RESILIENCY PROJECTS. 2. SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE UPDATE. 3. DISCUSSION ON ARTIFICIAL REEFS. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING TERMINATING THE CITY'S CONTRACT WITH COCA-COLA. 5. DISCUSSION ON THE CITY PARTNERING WITH FPL REVOLUTION PROGRAM TO EXPAND EV-CHARGING STATIONS IN MIAMI BEACH. 6. DISCUSS THE CURRENT STATUS OF THE CITY'S TRANSITION PLAN FOR GAS BLOWERS. 7. DISCUSSION REFERRING A TASK TO THE CITY MANAGER'S READY TEAM: IN ORDER TO BOTH OPTIMIZE PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AND FACILITATE TIMELY COMPLETION OF PROJECTS. 8. DISCUSS THE PUMP STATIONS PLUMES ON WEST AVENUE. 9. DISCUSS HAVING THE CITY PURSUE MITIGATION PROJECT FUNDING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT. 10. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE FREQUENCY OF WATER TESTING IN MIAMI BEACH. 11. DISCUSSION ON THE GRAND JURY REPORT REGARDING HEALTH OF BISCAYNE BAY WITH FOCUS ON HARD DEBRIS AND AN UPDATE ON WHAT THE CITY OF AVENTURA IS DOING IN RESPONSE. 12. DISCUSSION ON REQUIRING ALL COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPERS WORKING ON MIAMI BEACH TO ABIDE BY FLORIDA FRIENDLY LANDSCAPING STANDARDS. 13. DISCUSSION ON REPURPOSING OUT GOLF COURSE FOR THE FUTURE. 14.  DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY CODE REGARDING POTENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGHER ELEVATION FOR NEW COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION THAT IS VULNERABLE TO FLOODING. 15. DISCUSSION TO REVIEW THE PALM HIBISCUS ROAD ELEVATION EXPERIENCE. 16. DISCUSSION ON CITY OF MIAMI BEACH STORMWATER, SANITARY SEWER, AND WATER INFRASTRUCTURE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES.  17. DISCUSSION REGARDING HOW GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDING LIVING OR HYBRID SHORELINES CAN COMPLEMENT GREY INFRASTRUCTURE IN OUR CLIMATE ADAPTION ON-GOING WORK. 18. DISCUSSION REGARDING PRIVATE SEAWALLS. 19. DISCUSS THE MOTION MADE BY THE SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE TO MAKE THE REDUCTION OF CO2 EMISSIONS A PRIMARY FOCUS ON THE FLEET ASSESSMENT. 20. DISCUSSION ON REQUIRING ALL NEW CITY VEHICLES PURCHASED AFTER 2020 TO BE 100% ELECTRIC (EXCEPT EMERGENCY VEHICLES). 21. DISCUSS THE STATUS AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE ACTION ITEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ONGOING WATER QUALITY COORDINATION WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY. 22. DISCUSS UPDATES TO THE CITY CODE REFERENCING TURTLE NESTING. 23. DISCUSS ARKUP’S LUXURY HOUSEBOATS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON BISCAYNE BAY AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF SURROUNDING RESIDENTS.
Environment and Sustainability
C6DREPORT OF THE SEPTEMBER 20, 2019 FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE PLACEMENT OF FARAH SERVICE URBAN SPORTS EQUIPMENT (“USE”) AT CITYWIDE PARKS FOLLOWING THE COMPLETION OF A ONE-YEAR PILOT PROGRAM. 2. DISCUSSION ON MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BIGBELLY PROGRAM AND POTENTIAL WAYS TO SUBSIDIZE ITS COST. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE LOCATION OF A STORAGE FACILITY AND NEW RESTROOMS FOR SOUNDSCAPE PARK. 5. DISCUSSION REGARDING ESTABLISHING A HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND. 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING BIGBELLY FINANCIAL ANALYSIS. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING STORMWATER CONNECTION FEES FOR COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES. 8. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE INCREASED FUNDING FOR HOUSING FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE WHO ARE HOMELESS OR LIKELY TO BECOME HOMELESS. 9. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE WAYS THE CITY CAN ASSIST THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO DEVELOP ITS PROPERTIES IN NORTH BEACH TO CREATE AFFORDABLE AND WORKFORCE HOUSING. 10. DISCUSSION REGARDING IMPLEMENTING TACTICAL URBANISM PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. 11. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION TO ESTABLISH A COMMUNITY PET WASHING STATION. 12. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION TO FUND A PET ADOPTION FACILITY. 13. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUNDING AYUDA. 14. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MAYOR’S PANEL ON OCEAN DRIVE MOTION TO DEVELOP AN IMPROVED LIGHTING PLAN FOR SAFETY FOR LUMMUS. 15. DISCUSSION OF SALSA LA PLAYA TO BE HELD IN THE NORTH BEACH BANDSHELL. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE SPONSORSHIP OF PRO FOOTVOLLEY TOUR. 17. DISCUSSION REGARDING CIRCUIT FESTIVAL MIAMI. 18. DISCUSS PARTIALLY FUNDING A BLOCK PART IN HONOR OF MICKY WOLFSON’S 80TH BIRTHDAY; THE WOLFSONIAN IS REQUESTING THE CITY TO CONTRIBUTE $25,000 TO HELP UNDERWRITE THE $52,702 EXPENSE. 19. DISCUSSION REGARDING GRANTING AN AERIAL EASEMENT OVER OCEAN COURT BETWEEN THE CLEVELANDER AND ESSEX HOTELS IN FAVOR OF THE JESTA GROUP PURSUANT TO SECTION 82-37 OF THE CITY CODE TO ENABLE A PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE TO LINK BOTH PROPERTIES. 20. UPDATE FROM THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT REGARDING STEPS TAKEN TO STREAMLINE THE BUSINESS PERMITTING PROCESS, IMPROVE BUSINESS RETENTION, AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES. 21. DISCUSSION REGARDING AN AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO AGREEMENT OF LEASE (AMENDMENT) BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH (CITY OR OWNER) AND CLPF-LINCOLN, LLC (CLARION OR TENANT), INVOLVING THE MIXED-USE PROJECT LOCATED AT 1691 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA A/K/A THE LINCOLN (PROJECT), CONTAINING A PARKING GARAGE, OFFICE SPACE AND GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE (IMPROVEMENTS); SAID AMENDMENT PROVIDING CLARION THE OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE A VERTICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE IMPROVEMENTS INTO THREE PARCELS COINCIDING WITH THE CURRENT THREE USES OF THE IMPROVEMENTS, NAMELY, A GARAGE PARCEL, AN OFFICE PARCEL AND A RETAIL PARCEL. 22. DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 2 OF THE CITY CODE, TO REQUIRE THE ADMINISTRATION AS PART OF THE REQUIRED ANALYSIS ACCOMPANYING ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS PLACE ON CITY COMMISSION AGENDA, TO SPECIFICALLY DISCLOSE THE FISCAL AND/OR FINANCIAL IMPACTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROPOSED ITEM. 23. DISCUSSION ON REVISIONS TO THE EVENT SPONSORSHIP GUIDELINES. 24. DISCUSSION TO CONTINUE THE MID-BEACH FREEBEE ON-DEMAND TRANSIT SERVICE. 25. DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO A FUTURE PLAN FOR THE PARKING LOT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF 75TH STREET BETWEEN COLLINS AVENUE AND OCEAN TERRACE. 26. UPDATE ON THE CITY’S BLUEWAYS MASTER PLAN. 27. DISCUSS TERMINATING THE CITY’S CONTRACT WITH COCA-COLA. 28. DISCUSS A COMPOSTING PROGRAM IN NORTH BEACH SIMILAR TO THE PROGRAM AT THE MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN. 29. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. 30. UPDATE ON THE PROGRESS OF THE TRAFFIC MITIGATION STRATEGY TO HELP REDUCE TRAFFIC IMPACTS OF THE CONNECTING MIAMI CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, UPDATE ON FDOT AND CITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND TRAFFIC MITIGATION STRATEGIES. 31. DISCUSSION ON UPDATING MINIMUM WAGES ON CITY FUNDED CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. 32. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE IMPROVING CAPITAL ASSET CONDITIONS (E.G., STREETS, SIDEWALKS, BUILDINGS) BY INCREASING ANNUAL FUNDING FOR PAY-AS-YOU-GO (PAYGO) FUND. 33. DISCUSSION REGARDING IMPLEMENTING A TOTAL BAN ON SINGLE-USE PLASTICS ON MIAMI BEACH PENDING THE FLORIDA RETAIL FEDERATION’S LITIGATION AGAINST THE CITY OF CORAL GABLES. 34. 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. 35. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF NORTH BAY VILLAGE, AND TO REVIEW PROPERTY TAXES, ECONOMIC IMPACT, AND VALUE. 36. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE JUNE 18, 2019 ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE MOTIONS ON EXTENDING THE CAT FEEDER AND WATERING PROGRAM AS WELL AS INCREASING THE FUNDING FOR THE TRAP, NEUTER, AND RELEASE (TNR) PROGRAMS. 37. DISCUSSION REGARDING SPONSORSHIP OF THE AMERICAN BLACK FILM FESTIVAL. 38. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITY'S HOMELESS WALK-IN CENTER. 39. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MIAMI CITY BALLET.
Finance
C6EREPORT OF THE OCTOBER 25, 2019 FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE: 1. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE WAYS THE CITY CAN ASSIST THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO DEVELOP ITS PROPERTIES IN NORTH BEACH TO CREATE AFFORDABLE AND WORKFORCE HOUSING. 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING ESTABLISHING A HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MAYOR’S PANEL ON OCEAN DRIVE MOTION TO DEVELOP AN IMPROVED LIGHTING PLAN FOR SAFETY FOR LUMMUS PARK. 4. DISCUSSION ON UPDATING MINIMUM WAGES ON CITY FUNDED CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. 5. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. 6. UPDATE ON THE PROGRESS OF THE TRAFFIC MITIGATION STRATEGY TO HELP REDUCE TRAFFIC IMPACTS OF THE CONNECTING MIAMI CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, UPDATE ON FDOT AND CITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND TRAFFIC MITIGATION. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITY'S HOMELESS WALK-IN CENTER. 8. DISCUSSION ON REVISIONS TO THE EVENT SPONSORSHIP GUIDELINES. 9. DISCUSS TERMINATING THE CITY’S CONTRACT WITH COCA-COLA. 10. DISCUSSION REGARDING IMPLEMENTING A TOTAL BAN ON SINGLE-USE PLASTICS ON MIAMI BEACH PENDING THE FLORIDA RETAIL FEDERATION’S LITIGATION AGAINST THE CITY OF CORAL GABLES. 11. UPDATE FROM THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT REGARDING STEPS TAKEN TO STREAMLINE THE BUSINESS PERMITTING PROCESS, IMPROVE BUSINESS RETENTION, AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES. 12. DISCUSSION REGARDING SPONSORSHIP OF THE AMERICAN BLACK FILM FESTIVAL. 13. NEW LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA) AND MARIE BLACHERE, LLC (TENANT) FOR APPROXIMATELY 2,697 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE AT THE ANCHOR SHOPS GARAGE, LOCATED AT 1560 COLLINS AVENUE, SUITE 2, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA (PREMISES), FOR A PERIOD OF NINE (9) YEARS. 14. DISCUSSION REGARDING STORMWATER CONNECTION FEES FOR COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES. 15. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION TO FUND A PET ADOPTION FACILITY. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING AN AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO AGREEMENT OF LEASE (AMENDMENT) BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH (CITY OR OWNER) AND CLPF-LINCOLN, LLC (CLARION OR TENANT), INVOLVING THE MIXED-USE PROJECT LOCATED AT 1691 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA A/K/A THE LINCOLN (PROJECT), CONTAINING A PARKING GARAGE, OFFICE SPACE AND GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE (IMPROVEMENTS); SAID AMENDMENT PROVIDING CLARION THE OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE A VERTICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE IMPROVEMENTS INTO THREE PARCELS COINCIDING WITH THE CURRENT THREE USES OF THE IMPROVEMENTS, NAMELY, A GARAGE PARCEL, AN OFFICE PARCEL AND A RETAIL PARCEL. 17. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE IMPROVING CAPITAL ASSET CONDITIONS (E.G., STREETS, SIDEWALKS, BUILDINGS) BY INCREASING ANNUAL FUNDING FOR PAY-AS-YOU-GO (PAYGO) FUND. 18. 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. 19. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF NORTH BAY VILLAGE, AND TO REVIEW PROPERTY TAXES, ECONOMIC IMPACT, AND VALUE. 20. DISCUSSION REGARDING IMPLEMENTING TACTICAL URBANISM PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. 21. 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. 22. DISCUSSION ON A HOTEL ROOM BLOCK ATTRITION POLICY TO SECURE INCREASED MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER BOOKINGS. 23. DISCUSS MODIFYING COMPONENTS OF THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING, AND MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION, INC. FOR AN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER. 24. UPDATE AND STATUS REVIEW OF THE FAIRWAY PARK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. 25. REVIEW OF ALL CITY DEPARTMENTS FOR JUSTIFICATION AND EFFICIENCY. 26. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BIGBELLY PROGRAM. 27. UPDATE ON THE CITY’S BLUEWAYS MASTER PLAN. 28. DISCUSS A COMPOSTING PROGRAM IN NORTH BEACH SIMILAR TO THE PROGRAM AT THE MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN.
Finance
C7 - Resolutions
C7A

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM COMMUNITY RATING SYSTEM PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION ANNUAL UPDATE AND EVALUATION REPORT, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT A, AND RE-CREATING AN AD HOC, ADVISORY PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION COMMITTEE TO SERVE AS A PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION ("PPI") COMMITTEE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR CREDIT UNDER THE COMMUNITY RATING SYSTEM, TO IMPLEMENT, MONITOR, AND EVALUATE THE PPI, AND PRESCRIBING THE PURPOSE, DUTIES, APPOINTMENTS, AND TERMS OF THE COMMITTEE'S MEMBERS WHICH SHALL COMMENCE ON JANUARY 1, 2020 AND EXPIRE ON DECEMBER 31, 2020.

Office of the City Manager
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C7B

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ("CITY"), APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY ("SCHOOL BOARD), FOR USE OF THE PARKING LOT AT MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PARKING FOR EVENTS TAKING PLACE AT THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, CITY OF MIAMI BEACH EMPLOYEE EVENTS, AND CITY OF MIAMI BEACH SPONSORED COMMUNITY EVENTS, FOR AN INITIAL TERM OF SIX (6) MONTHS, WITH TWO (2) ONE-YEAR RENEWAL OPTIONS, AT THE MUTUAL DISCRETION OF THE CITY MANAGER AND THE SCHOOL BOARD.

Organizational Development and Performance Initiatives
C7C

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO USE IDENTIFIED FUNDS, IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $111,000, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRINTING AND INSTALLING STOREFRONT COVERS CITYWIDE IN FURTHERANCE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH VACANT STOREFRONT COVER PROGRAM; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE ANY RELATED AGREEMENTS.

Economic Development
C7D

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AN AMENDMENT TO THE MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT, DATED JANUARY 1, 2010, BETWEEN THE CITY AND MIAMI DESIGN PRESERVATION LEAGUE, INC., FOR THE OPERATION OF THE MIAMI BEACH OCEAN FRONT AUDITORIUM A/K/A 10TH STREET AUDITORIUM, LOCATED AT 1001 OCEAN DRIVE; SAID AMENDMENT EXTENDING THE TERM OF THE MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT, ON A MONTH TO MONTH BASIS, COMMENCING ON JANUARY 1, 2020, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED SIX (6) MONTHS.

VIDEOEconomic Development
C7E

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING NEW YEAR'S EVE ACTIVITIES ON OCEAN DRIVE, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE OCEAN DRIVE ASSOCIATION, AND AUTHORIZING (1) THE CLOSURE OF OCEAN DRIVE, BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 14TH STREET, FROM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2019, AT 7:00 A.M., UNTIL THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 2020, AT 7:00 A.M. ; (2) THE EXPANSION OF PARTICIPATING SIDEWALK CAFES TO THE CENTER LINE ON OCEAN DRIVE, BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 14TH STREET, FOR FOOD AND/OR BAR SERVICE WITHIN THE EXPANDED SIDEWALK CAFE AREAS, SUBJECT TO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS APPROVAL OF PLANS ; AND (3) THE EXTENSION OF HOURS UNTIL 7:00 A.M. ON JANUARY 2, 2020, FOR ON-PREMISES CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR PARTICIPATING SIDEWALK CAFES AND CERTAIN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS WITH A 5:00 A.M. LIQUOR LICENSE, SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6-3(A)(6) OF THE CITY CODE.

Economic Development
C7F

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 2-367 OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE CITY’S BEST INTEREST, AND AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF TREES AND INSTALLATION SERVICES AT BISCAYNE POINT FROM SFM SERVICES, INC. FOR GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROJECT NO. 33 (STREET TREE MASTER PLAN); FURTHER, IF TREES ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE THROUGH SFM SERVICES, INC., AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO PURCHASE TREES AND INSTALLATION SERVICES FROM OTHER VENDORS, IN THE TOTAL AGGREGATE NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT OF $200,000.

Environment and Sustainability/Procurement
C7G

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, AS PERMITTED IN SECTION 2-367 OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE CITY'S BEST INTEREST; AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE AN AGREEMENT FOR THE PURCHASE OF LIFEPAK PRODUCTS, IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $153,248, FOR THE PURPOSE OF STANDARDIZING LIFEPAK DEFIBRILLATOR PRODUCTS UTILIZED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT RESPONSE UNITS; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE FINAL NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT.

Fire
C7H

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) WITH MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, ESTABLISHING THE CITY'S PARTICIPATION IN A PILOT PROGRAM WITH THE HEALTH CENTER'S VIVITROL PROJECT, FOR A TERM OF THREE (3) YEARS, SUBJECT TO TERMINATION BY EITHER PARTY UPON PROVIDING THIRTY (30) DAYS NOTICE; SAID PROGRAM PROVIDING TREATMENT AND A SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR HOMELESS PERSONS WITH ADDICTION ISSUES AT NO COST TO THE CITY.

Housing and Community Services
C7I

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AND THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE, URGING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS TO INCLUDE INFORMATION, IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH, ABOUT THE CITY'S EMERGENCY SHELTER AND RENT ASSISTANCE SERVICES AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH WHO ARE SERVED WITH EVICTION PROCEEDINGS.

Housing and Community Services
C7J

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER, PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) 2019-246-DF, TO ESTABLISH A POOL OF MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SERVICE PROVIDERS TO EXPEDITE THE SELECTION OF VENDORS FOR FUTURE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS INVOLVING MICROSOFT  SERVICES, AND APPROVING THE VARIOUS MICROSOFT-DESIGNATED COMPETENCIES, AND THE INITIAL POOL OF QUALIFIED SERVICE PROVIDERS, AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT “A” TO THE COMMISSION MEMORANDUM ACCOMPANYING THIS RESOLUTION; FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO KEEP THE ITB OPEN FOR THE PURPOSE OF PREQUALIFYING ADDITIONAL MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND DELEGATING TO THE CITY MANAGER THE AUTHORITY TO ADD SERVICE PROVIDERS TO THE POOL, PROVIDED SUCH VENDORS MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ITB FOR THEIR RESPECTIVE COMPETENCY; AND FURTHER PROVIDING THAT ANY SERVICE ORDER IN EXCESS OF $100,000 FOR ANY PROJECT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE PRIOR APPROVAL OF THE CITY COMMISSION.

Information Technology/Procurement
C7K

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO RETROACTIVELY ACCEPT IN-KIND SPONSORSHIPS FROM WHEREBY.US ENTERPRISES, INC., AND DORAL DIGITAL REPROGRAPHICS, CORP., IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $27,000, FOR THE 2019-2020 MIAMI BEACH CULTURE CRAWL, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO MAKE SUCH EXPENDITURES OR REIMBURSEMENTS CONSISTENT WITH THE AFORESTATED EVENT AND PURPOSE.

Marketing and Communications
C7L

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO RETROACTIVELY ACCEPT DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS FROM SOUTH FLORIDA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION, FASTCARE, LLC, MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL GROUP, LLC, T-MOBILE USA, INC., SYSCO CORPORATION, DESTINATION BRANDS INTERNATIONAL, LLC, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTIC BROADBAND, OPERATION GRATITUDE, COX MEDIA GROUP, SOUTH BEACH GROUP, SAZON CUBAN CUISINE, LLC, TGI FRIDAY'S INC., AND KIND, LLC, IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $41,665, FOR THE CITY'S ELEVENTH ANNUAL VETERANS DAY PARADE HELD ON NOVEMBER 11, 2019, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO MAKE SUCH EXPENDITURES OR REIMBURSEMENTS CONSISTENT WITH THE AFORESTATED EVENT AND PURPOSE.

 

Marketing and Communications
C7M

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO ACCEPT THE IN-KIND DONATION OF THE LA PRAIRIE LIFEGUARD TOWER FROM MAKAIRA INC.

Marketing and Communications
C7N

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO RETROACTIVELY ACCEPT DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS FROM KIND, LLC, MIND THE MOMENT, LLC, WHOLE FOODS MARKET IP, L.P., AND DUNKIN BRANDS, INC., IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $3,400, FOR THE CITY'S WORLD KINDNESS DAY EVENTS HELD ON NOVEMBER 13, 2019, AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO MAKE ANY NECESSARY REIMBURSEMENTS AND/OR EXPENDITURES OF THE AFORESTATED DONATION IN FURTHERANCE OF, AND CONSISTENT WITH, THE AFORESTATED EVENT AND PURPOSE.

Marketing and Communications
C7O

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND CARFAX, TO ALLOW THE MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT TO ACCESS AND SHARE DATA RELATED TO VEHICLE CRIMES AND ACCIDENTS.

VIDEOPolice
ITEM WITHDRAWN
C7P

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, AS PART OF THE ACTIVATION OF SUPER BOWL LIV RELATED EVENTS WITHIN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, THE EXTENSION OF HOURS UNTIL 7:00 A.M. ON JANUARY 30, 2020 THROUGH FEBRUARY 3, 2020, FOR ON-PREMISES CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR CERTAIN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS WITH A 5:00 A.M. LIQUOR LICENSE, SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6-3(A)(6) OF THE CITY CODE; AND FURTHER, PROVIDING THAT THE EXTENSION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SERVICE HOURS SHALL BE APPLIED ONLY TO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS HOLDING SPECIAL EVENT PERMITS THAT ARE APPROVED BY THE CITY MANAGER.

VIDEOTourism and Culture
ITEM WITHDRAWN
C7Q

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, AT ITS OCTOBER 23, 2019 MEETING, DIRECTING THE ADMINISTRATION TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS, REQUESTING THAT THE COUNTY CONDUCT A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY OF A TRAFFIC CIRCLE AT THE SECTION OF PINE TREE DRIVE, BETWEEN 26TH STREET AND 28TH STREET.

Transportation and Mobility
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C7R

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DIRECTING CITY ADMINISTRATION TO INCLUDE RELEVANT COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY RESULTS IN MEMORANDA TO THE MAYOR AND THE CITY COMMISSION.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C7S

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, COMMEMORATING THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE THROUGH OFFICIAL RECOGNITION AND REMEMBRANCE; THANKING CONGRESSWOMAN DONNA SHALALA FOR VOTING FOR THE PASSAGE OF U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RESOLUTION 296 AFFIRMING THE UNITED STATES RECORD ON THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE; AND URGING SENATORS MARCO RUBIO AND RICK SCOTT TO VOTE FOR THE PASSAGE OF THE RELATED SENATE RESOLUTION 150.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C7T

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, URGING THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION AND U.S. CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS TO DENOUNCE THE HONDURAN GOVERNMENT OF PRESIDENT JUAN JOSE ORLANDO HERNANDEZ FOR OPERATING AS A NARCO-STATE AND FOR CORRUPTION; URGING THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO DISCONTINUE MILITARY FOREIGN AID TO HONDURAS; AND FURTHER URGING THE U.S. CONGRESS TO HOLD OVERSIGHT HEARINGS TO HOLD PRESIDENT HERNANDEZ ACCOUNTABLE FOR HIS ACTIONS.

VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C7U

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, URGING THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO REPEAL SECTION 337.401(7), FLORIDA STATUTES, KNOWN AS THE ADVANCED WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE DEPLOYMENT ACT; DIRECTING THE CITY’S STATE LOBBYISTS TO ADVOCATE FOR THE ACTIONS DESCRIBED IN THIS RESOLUTION; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO AMEND THE CITY’S 2020 STATE LEGISLATIVE AGENDA TO INCLUDE THIS ITEM.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Ricky Arriola and Co-sponsored by Commissioners Gongora and Steinberg
C7VA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, STRONGLY OPPOSING SENATE BILL 1128, WHICH SEEKS TO PRE-EMPT THE REGULATION OF SHORT-TERM RENTAL LAWS TO THE STATE, AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO SEND A COPY OF THIS RESOLUTION TO THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE FLORIDA SENATE.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Gongora
Addendum added on 12/9/2019
C7W

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, URGING THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO REPEAL THE STATE LAW PREEMPTION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS REGULATING THE PAINT OR OTHER MARKINGS USED TO IDENTIFY UNDERGROUND FACILITIES OR, ALTERNATIVELY, PROVIDE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS GREATER ABILITY TO REGULATE THE PAINT OR OTHER MARKINGS USED TO IDENTIFY UNDERGROUND FACILITIES; DIRECTING THE CITY'S STATE LOBBYISTS TO ADVOCATE FOR THE ACTIONS DESCRIBED IN THIS RESOLUTION; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO AMEND THE CITY'S 2020 STATE LEGISLATIVE AGENDA TO INCLUDE THIS ITEM.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Ricky Arriola and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Steinberg
ITEM MOVED FROM R7 E
REGULAR AGENDA
R5 - Ordinances
R5A

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ENTITLED "ADMINISTRATION," BY AMENDING ARTICLE II THEREOF, ENTITLED "CITY COMMISSION," BY AMENDING SECTION 2-12 THEREOF, ENTITLED "MEETING PROCEDURES AND AGENDAS," TO REQUIRE A FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT AS PART OF THE ANALYSIS ACCOMPANYING ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS PLACED ON CITY COMMISSION AGENDAS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:05 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on October 16, 2019 - R5 YCommissioner Mark Samuelian
Supplemental updated on 12/9/2019 (Revised Ordinance)
R5B

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2 OF THE MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE, ENTITLED "ADMINISTRATION," BY AMENDING ARTICLE Ill, ENTITLED "AGENCIES, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES," BY AMENDING DIVISION 31, ENTITLED "SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE," BY AMENDING SECTION 2-190.142 THEREOF, ENTITLED "COMPOSITION" TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT FOR AN APPOINTMENT OF A CITY COMMISSIONER TO THE SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE; AND, PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:10 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on October 16, 2019 - R5 ZMayor Dan Gelber
R5C

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 82 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED "PUBLIC PROPERTY," BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, "USES IN PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY," DIVISION 5, "SIDEWALK CAFES," SUBDIVISION II, SECTION 82-382, ENTITLED "APPLICATION," AND SECTION 82-383, ENTITLED "PERMIT FEE; PENALTIES FOR LATE PAYMENT; REVIEW OF FEE; EXCEPTION," TO ABATE SIDEWALK CAFÉ FEES FOR BUSINESSES LOCATED NORTH OF 63RD STREET AND WASHINGTON AVENUE FROM 6TH STREET TO LINCOLN ROAD, FROM THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE THROUGH AND INCLUDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2021; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:15 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingPublic Works
First Reading on October 16, 2019 - R5 AAMayor Dan Gelber
R5D

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2 OF THE MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE, ENTITLED "ADMINISTRATION," BY AMENDING ARTICLE III, ENTITLED "AGENCIES, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES," BY AMENDING DIVISION 16, ENTITLED "YOUTH COMMISSION," BY AMENDING SECTION 2-188(B) THEREOF, ENTITLED "COMPOSITION," TO ALLOW MIAMI BEACH YOUTHS WHO ARE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH BUT ATTENDING SCHOOL OUTSIDE OF THE CITY, BUT WITHIN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, TO ALSO BE ELIGIBLE TO SERVE ON THE YOUTH COMMISSION; AND, PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:20 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on October 16, 2019 - R5 ABCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R5E

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 789, THE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES SALARY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: PROVIDING FOR THE CLASSIFICATIONS IN GROUP IV, REPRESENTED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA (CWA) LOCAL 3178, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT, EFFECTIVE UPON RATIFICATION OF THIS AGREEMENT, THERE SHALL BE AN INCREASE IN PAY GRADE FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: LIFEGUARD I FROM H52 TO H54; LIFEGUARD II FROM H56 TO H58; LIFEGUARD LIEUTENANT FROM H58 TO H60; PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER I FROM H22 TO H24; PARKING DISPATCHERS FROM H24 TO H25; EFFECTIVE THE FIRST FULL PAY PERIOD ENDING IN OCTOBER 2018, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF ONE PERCENT (1%), AND THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF EACH PAY RANGE WILL ALSO BE INCREASED BY ONE PERCENT (1%); EFFECTIVE THE FIRST FULL PAY PERIOD ENDING IN OCTOBER 2019, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF ONE PERCENT (1%), AND THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF EACH PAY RANGE WILL ALSO BE INCREASED BY ONE PERCENT (1%); EFFECTIVE THE FIRST FULL PAY PERIOD ENDING IN OCTOBER 2020, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF ONE PERCENT (1%), AND THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF EACH PAY RANGE WILL ALSO BE INCREASED BY ONE PERCENT (1%); IN THE EVENT THE CITY’S GENERAL FUND REVENUES INCREASE BY ELEVEN PERCENT (11%) OR MORE IN JUNE 2020, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF TWO PERCENT (2%) INSTEAD OF THE ONE PERCENT (1%) FOR OCTOBER 2020; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND CODIFICATION.

VIDEO
10:25 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingHuman Resources
First Reading on October 30, 2019 - R5 FCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R5F

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 66 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ENTITLED "MARINE STRUCTURES, FACILITIES, AND VESSELS," BY AMENDING ARTICLE II, ENTITLED "RESTRICTED WAKE ZONES," BY AMENDING SECTION 66-43 ENTITLED "RESTRICTED AREAS," BY AMENDING SUBSECTION (C) THEREOF REGARDING THE SLOW SPEED, MINIMUM WAKE ZONES BY ADDING A YEAR-ROUND SLOW SPEED ZONE AROUND FLAGLER MEMORIAL ISLAND (THE "MONUMENT ISLAND"); AND BY AMENDING SUBSECTION (B) THEREOF TO AMEND THE BOUNDARIES OF THE IDLE SPEED, NO WAKE ZONE IN THE AREA OF THE MIAMI BEACH MARINA; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:30 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
Last Heard on October 16, 2019 - R5 OMayor Dan Gelber
R5G

ADAPTIVE RE-USE AND ACCESSORY USES IN THE NORTH SHORE AND TATUM WATERWAY AREAS

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART 8 , ENTITLED "LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS," BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED "ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS," ARTICLE II, ENTITLED " DISTRICT REGULATIONS," DIVISION 3, ENTITLED "RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY DISTRICTS," SUBDIVISION II, ENTITLED "RM-1 RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY LOW INTENSITY," SECTION 142-152, ENTITLED "MAIN PERMITTED AND PROHIBITED USES," AND SECTION 142-153, ENTITLED "CONDITIONAL USES," TO MODIFY USE REGULATIONS AND AMEND THE LIST OF CONDITIONAL USES FOR RM-1 PROPERTIES WITHIN THE NORTH SHORE NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICT, TO INCLUDE ACCESSORY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS AND HOTEL USES; BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED "SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT REGULATIONS," DIVISION 2, ENTITLED " ACCESSORY USES," SECTION 142-902, ENTITLED "PERMITTED ACCESSORY USES," TO MODIFY THE ACCESSORY USES FOR HOTELS IN THE NORTH SHORE LOCAL HISTORIC DISTRICT AND EXPAND THE ALLOWABLE ACCESSORY USES FOR EXISTING APARTMENT BUILDINGS IN THE NORTH SHORE NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICT TO ALLOW FOR ACCESSORY CAFE, OFFICE, RETAIL, PERSONAL SERVICE, AND NON-MOTORIZED WATERCRAFT RENTAL USES; AND BY AMENDING CHAPTER 130, ENTITLED "OFF-STREET PARKING," ARTICLE II, ENTITLED "DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS," SECTION 130-31, ENTITLED "PARKING DISTRICTS ESTABLISHED," TO PROVIDE FOR AN EXCEPTION TO OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN ACCESSORY AND CONDITIONAL USES ON RM-1 PROPERTIES IN THE NORTH SHORE NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICT; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
5:01 p.m. Second Reading Public HearingPlanning
First Reading PH on October 16, 2019 - R5 ECommissioner Ricky Arriola
R5H

PARKING REQUIREMENTS IN HISTORIC AND CONSERVATION DISTRICTS

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED "LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS," BY AMENDING CHAPTER 130 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED "OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS," ARTICLE II, ENTITLED "DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS," SECTION 130-31, ENTITLED "PARKING DISTRICTS ESTABLISHED," SECTION 130-32, ENTITLED "OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1" AND SECTION 130-33, ENTITLED "OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR PARKING DISTRICTS NOS. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, AND 8," TO AMEND THE PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDENTIAL, HOTEL, NON-RESIDENTIAL AND ACCESSORY USES LOCATED WITHIN HISTORIC DISTRICTS, HISTORIC SITES AND CONSERVATION DISTRICTS; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingPlanning
Deferred from September 11, 2019 - R5 MCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R5I

HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEW OF GU HEIGHT WAIVERS

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED "ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS," ARTICLE II, "DISTRICT REGULATIONS," DIVISION 9, ENTITLED "GU GOVERNMENT USE DISTRICT," BY AMENDING SECTION 142-425, ENTITLED "DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS," TO MODIFY THE REVIEW PROCEDURES FOR WAIVERS OF HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS ON LOTS WITH A GU ZONING DESIGNATION; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingPlanning
Deferred from March 13, 2019 - R5 HCommissioner Michael Gongora
R5J

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, 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 THE CLOSING OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENT (FOR ALL DAYS DURING WHICH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE SOLD OR SERVED BEYOND 12 A.M.), ESTABLISHING EXCEPTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Mayor Dan Gelber
Supplemental updated on 12/9/2019 (Revised Memorandum & Ordinance)
R5K

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 82 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “PUBLIC PROPERTY,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED “USES IN PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY,” BY AMENDING DIVISION 5, ENTITLED “SIDEWALK CAFES,” BY AMENDING SUBDIVISION I, ENTITLED “GENERALLY”, BY AMENDING SECTION 82-371 THEREOF, ENTITLED “CIVIL FINES AND PENALTIES; DENIAL OF FUTURE PERMITS TO REPEAT VIOLATORS; ENHANCED PENALTIES,” BY SPECIFYING THOSE ENHANCED PENALTIES TO BE IMPOSED FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE SIDEWALK CAFÉ CODE OF CONDUCT; AND BY AMENDING SUBDIVISION II, ENTITLED “PERMIT,” BY AMENDING SECTION 82-383 THEREOF, ENTITLED “PERMIT FEE; PENALTIES FOR LATE PAYMENT; REVIEW OF FEE; EXCEPTION,” BY AUTHORIZING SIDEWALK CAFÉ PERMIT FEES TO BE PAID IN SEMIANNUAL INSTALLMENTS AND ASSESSING AN ADMINISTRATIVE FEE; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 82-389 THEREOF, ENTITLED “SIDEWALK CAFÉ CODE OF CONDUCT,” BY CLARIFYING THOSE PROHIBITIONS PERTAINING TO FOOD AND BEVERAGE DISPLAYS, AND FOOD AND DRINK MENU SPECIALS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Mayor Dan Gelber
R5L

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 789, THE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES SALARY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: PROVIDING FOR THE CLASSIFICATIONS IN GROUP I, REPRESENTED BY THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES (AFSCME) LOCAL 1554, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT, EFFECTIVE THE FIRST FULL PAY PERIOD ENDING IN APRIL 2019, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF ONE PERCENT (1%), AND THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF EACH PAY RANGE WILL ALSO BE INCREASED BY ONE PERCENT (1%); EFFECTIVE THE FIRST FULL PAY PERIOD ENDING IN JULY 2020, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF ONE PERCENT (1%), AND THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF EACH PAY RANGE WILL ALSO BE INCREASED BY ONE PERCENT (1%); EFFECTIVE THE FIRST FULL PAY PERIOD ENDING IN JULY 2021, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF ONE PERCENT (1%), AND THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF EACH PAY RANGE WILL ALSO BE INCREASED BY ONE PERCENT (1%); IN THE EVENT THE CITY’S GENERAL FUND REVENUES INCREASE BY ELEVEN PERCENT (11%) OR MORE IN JUNE 2020, THERE SHALL BE AN ACROSS THE BOARD COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) OF TWO PERCENT (2%) INSTEAD OF THE ONE PERCENT (1%) FOR JULY 2021; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND CODIFICATION.

VIDEO
First ReadingHuman Resources
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
Supplemental updated on 12/9/2019 (Ordinance)
R5MAN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE CHAPTER 38 ENTITLED "ELECTIONS," SECTION 38-6 THEREOF ENTITLED "EARLY VOTING," BY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF EARLY VOTING DAYS FOR CITY RUNOFF ELECTIONS FROM 2 TO 3 DAYS, WITH SAID EARLY VOTING PERIOD TO OCCUR ON THE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING SUCH RUN-OFF ELECTION; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
VIDEO
First ReadingCity Attorney/City Clerk
Co-sponsored by Commissioners Gongora, Samuelian, and Steinberg
R5N

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 82 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ENTITLED "PUBLIC PROPERTY," BY AMENDING ARTICLE VI, ENTITLED "NAMING OF PUBLIC FACILITIES AND ESTABLISHMENT OF MONUMENTS OR MEMORIALS," BY AMENDING SECTION 82-501 THEREOF, ENTITLED "GENERALLY," TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN EXEMPTIONS FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ORDINANCE; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 82-503 THEREOF, ENTITLED "NAMING OF PUBLIC FACILITIES; CO-NAMING AND RE- NAMING OF STREETS," BY AMENDING SUBSECTION (A) THEREOF, TO EXEMPT THE NAMING OR RE-NAMING OF CERTAIN SPECIFIED CITY-OWNED PUBLIC FACILITIES FROM THE VOTER REFERENDUM REQUIREMENT OF SECTION 82-503(6) OF THE CITY CODE, PROVIDED THAT SUCH NAMING OR RE-NAMING IS FOR A LIMITED TERM OF YEARS; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
R5O

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ADMINISTRATION, BY AMENDING ARTICLE VI THEREOF, ENTITLED PROCUREMENT, BY AMENDING DIVISION 3 THEREOF, ENTITLED CONTRACT PROCEDURES, BY CREATING SECTION 2-378, ENTITLED “INSPECTOR GENERAL CONTRACT FEE,” TO ESTABLISH AN INSPECTOR GENERAL CONTRACT FEE TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE CONTRACT PRICE OF CERTAIN CITY CONTRACTS, AND TO PROVIDE FOR EXEMPTIONS THEREFROM; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION AND FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
R5P

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 31 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ENTITLED "PURCHASING," BY AMENDING ARTICLE II THEREOF, ENTITLED "CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS - MINIMUM WAGES AND BENEFITS," BY AMENDING SECTION 31-27, ENTITLED "ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGES," TO INCREASE THE CONTRACT THRESHOLD FOR CITY PROJECTS SUBJECT TO MINIMUM WAGES AND BENEFITS; BY AMENDING SECTION 31-31, ENTITLED "EXCEPTIONS," TO EXEMPT EMERGENCY PURCHASES FROM THE MINIMUM WAGE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ORDINANCE; BY CREATING SECTION 31-32, ENTITLED "REPORTING REQUIREMENT," TO INCLUDE A REPORTING REQUIREMENT OF CERTIFIED PAYROLL INFORMATION FOR ALL CITY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS IN EXCESS OF $1,500,000, INCLUDING CONTRACTS EXEMPTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 31-31 OF THE CITY CODE; AND BY AMENDING ARTICLE Ill, ENTITLED "LOCAL WORKFORCE PARTICIPATION GOALS AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR CITY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS," SECTION 31-40 THEREOF, ENTITLED "LOCAL WORKFORCE PARTICIPATION GOALS AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR CITY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS," TO STREAMLINE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND ELIMINATE UNNECESSARY INTERIM WORKFORCE PARTICIPATION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingProcurement/Office of the City Attorney
Sponsored by Commissioner Steinberg
Supplemental updated on 12/9/2019 (Memorandum & Ordinance)
R7 - Resolutions
R7AA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, SETTING THE DATES FOR THE YEAR 2020 CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS. JOINT CITY COMMISSION AND REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
VIDEOOffice of the City Clerk
Deferred from November 14, 2018 - R7 H
R7B

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOODS/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, AT ITS JULY 23, 2019 MEETING, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CITY AND DECO BIKE, L.L.C. (D/B/A CITIBIKE) FOR THE PROVISION OF A DOCKED ELECTRIC-ASSISTED BICYCLE SHARING PILOT PROGRAM, SUBJECT TO CITY COMMISSION'S APPROVAL OF THE FINAL AMENDMENT.

VIDEOTransportation and Mobility
Deferred from October 30, 2019 - R7 CCommissioner Ricky Arriola and Commissioner Michael Gongora
R7C

ARTISTIC GRAPHIC PROPOSED FOR VERSAILLES BUILDING AT 3425 COLLINS AVENUE

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, PURSUANT TO CITY CODE SECTION 138-204(B)(3), A REQUEST BY 3425 COLLINS LLC FOR APPROVAL OF A NON-ELECTRONIC ARTISTIC GRAPHIC LOCATED AT 3425 COLLINS AVENUE, WHICH GRAPHIC EXCEEDS 100 SQUARE FEET IN SIZE.

VIDEOPlanning
Private Application
ITEM WITHDRAWN
R7D

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, RATIFYING A THREE (3) YEAR LABOR AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES, (AFSCME), LOCAL NO. 1554, FOR THE PERIOD FROM MAY 1, 2019 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2022; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR, CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT.

VIDEOHuman Resources
R7E

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, URGING THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO REPEAL THE STATE LAW PREEMPTION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS REGULATING THE PAINT OR OTHER MARKINGS USED TO IDENTIFY UNDERGROUND FACILITIES OR, ALTERNATIVELY, PROVIDE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS GREATER ABILITY TO REGULATE THE PAINT OR OTHER MARKINGS USED TO IDENTIFY UNDERGROUND FACILITIES; DIRECTING THE CITY'S STATE LOBBYISTS TO ADVOCATE FOR THE ACTIONS DESCRIBED IN THIS RESOLUTION; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO AMEND THE CITY'S 2020 STATE LEGISLATIVE AGENDA TO INCLUDE THIS ITEM.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
ITEM MOVED TO C7 W
R7FA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 94-21382 CONCERNING COMMISSION COMMITTEES, AS SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED BY RESOLUTION NOS. 97-22607, 98-22693, 2003-25446, 2013-28437, 2015-28905, AND 2015-28962, BY RESTRUCTURING AND CONSOLIDATING THE CITY COMMISSION COMMITTEES, IN ORDER TO FULLY INCORPORATE THE ROLE OF RESILIENCY IN EVERY ASPECT OF THE CITY’S LEGISLATIVE PROCESS.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Mayor Dan Gelber
R7G

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, RE-ESTABLISHING AN AD HOC ANTI-BULLYING TASK FORCE TO PROVIDE RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANTI-BULLYING POLICIES AND LAWS TO PROTECT YOUTH FROM BULLYING IN ALL CITY SERVICES, CITY-SUPPORTED SERVICES, AND CITY FACILITIES; AND, PRESCRIBING THE DUTIES, COMPOSITION, MANNER OF APPOINTMENT, SUPPORTING DEPARTMENT, AND TERM OF OFFICE OF TASK FORCE MEMBERS.

VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Gongora
R7H

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A TEMPORARY FIVE (5) FOOT UTILITY EASEMENT, HAVING APPROXIMATELY 435 SQUARE FEET, IN FAVOR OF FIBERNET DIRECT FLORIDA LLC; SAID EASEMENT LYING IN A PORTION OF LOT 1, BLOCK 3, OF SECOND OCEAN FRONT SUBDIVISION, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 28, AT PAGE 28, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, HAVING A STREET ADDRESS OF 6444 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, FOR A TERM OF NINE (9) YEARS AND 364 DAYS, FOR THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL)

Public Works
R7I

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A TEMPORARY TEN (10) FOOT UTILITY EASEMENT, HAVING APPROXIMATELY 4,182 SQUARE FEET, IN FAVOR OF FIBERNET DIRECT FLORIDA LLC (FIBERNET); SAID EASEMENT LYING IN A PORTION OF LOTS 8-13, BLOCK 57, OF THE PLAT OF FISHER’S FIRST SUBDIVISION OF ALTON BEACH, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, AT PAGE 77, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, HAVING A STREET ADDRESS OF 1550 COLLINS AVENUE, FOR A TERM THAT IS COTERMINOUS WITH A ROOFTOP LEASE BETWEEN THE CITY AND CROWN CASTLE NG EAST LLC (CROWN CASTLE), FOR THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL)

VIDEOEconomic Development
R7JA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOODS/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AT ITS SEPTEMBER 25, 2019 MEETING TO PROCEED WITH A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR LIGHTING ENHANCEMENTS AT THE 41ST STREET CORRIDOR.
VIDEOPublic Works
Commissioner Steven Meiner and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Gongora & Mayor Gelber
Addendum added on 12/9/2019
R9 - New Business and Commission Requests
R9ABOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS.
Office of the City Clerk
R9B

BOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS - CITY COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS.

Office of the City Clerk
R9C

DR. STANLEY SUTNICK CITIZEN'S FORUM. (8:30 A.M.)

DR. STANLEY SUTNICK CITIZEN'S FORUM. (1:00 P.M.)

VIDEOOffice of the City Clerk
R9DDISCUSSION OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT) PROJECTS AFFECTING MOBILITY IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEO9:00 a.m.Commissioner Michael Gongora
R9EUPDATE ON THE PALM AND HIBISCUS RESILIENCY PROJECT.
VIDEOCommissioner Mark Samuelian
R9FDISCUSSION REGARDING THE USE AND DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE USE PLASTICS IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOMayor Dan Gelber
Deferred from October 16, 2019 - R9 FCo-sponsored by Commissioner Gongora
R9GDISCUSS RECENT SUNNY DAY FLOODING EVENT.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
Deferred from October 16, 2019 - R9 I
R9HDISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH EFFORTS TO COMMUNICATE THE DANGERS OF E-CIGARETTES AND VAPING AMONG YOUTH IN MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOMayor Dan Gelber
Deferred from October 16, 2019 - R9 M
R9I

UPDATE ON MID-BEACH FREEBEE ON-DEMAND TRANSIT SERVICE.

 


VIDEOTransportation and Mobility
R9J

COMMISSIONER BOVO 2020 CENSUS PRESENTATION TO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.

VIDEO4:59 p.m.Mayor Dan Gelber
R9KDISCUSSION AND UPDATE ON INDIAN CREEK PROJECT.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
R9LDISCUSS COMMISSION POLICY REGARDING FARMSHARE AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS.
VIDEOMayor Dan Gelber
Co-sponsored by Commissioner Gongora
R9MDISCUSSION REGARDING A PERCEIVED “PAUSE” IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH RESILIENCY EFFORTS.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
R9NDISCUSS ISSUING A RFLI TO PROMOTE CLASS A OFFICE SPACE NORTH OF LINCOLN ROAD.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R9ODISCUSS THE TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART INITIATIVE.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
Addendum added on 12/9/2019
R10 - City Attorney Reports
R10ACITY ATTORNEY'S STATUS REPORT.
Office of the City Attorney
R10B

CLOSED ATTORNEY - CLIENT SESSION
PURSUANT TO §286.011, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE CITY ATTORNEY HEREBY ADVISES THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION THAT HE DESIRES ADVICE CONCERNING THE FOLLOWING PENDING LITIGATION MATTER:

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FL - APPELLATE DIVISION – CASE NO. 2019-_______ AP

LOWER TRIBUNAL (BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT) CASE NO. 2019-323 AP 01

THOMAS R. MOONEY, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS PLANNING DIRECTOR FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; AND THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, A FLORIDA MUNICIPAL CORPORATION,

PETITIONERS,

VS.

SOUTH BEACH HEIGHTS I, LLC, A FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; 500 ALTON ROAD VENTURES, LLC, A FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; 1220 SIXTH, LLC, A FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; KGM EQUITIES, LLC, A FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; AND THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, A LAND USE BOARD OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH,

RESPONDENTS.

THEREFORE, A PRIVATE CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION WILL BE HELD DURING THE COMMISSION MEETING ON DECEMBER 11, 2019, AT 12:00 NOON IN THE CITY MANAGER'S LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM, FOURTH FLOOR, CITY HALL TO DISCUSS SETTLEMENT NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR STRATEGY RELATED TO LITIGATION EXPENDITURES WITH REGARD TO THE ABOVE-REFERENCED LITIGATION MATTER.

THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE: MAYOR DAN GELBER; MEMBERS OF THE CITY COMMISSION RICKY ARRIOLA, MICHAEL GONGORA, STEVEN MEINER, DAVID RICHARDSON, MARK SAMUELIAN, AND MICKY STEINBERG; CITY MANAGER JIMMY L. MORALES, CITY ATTORNEY RAUL J. AGUILA, CHIEF DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY ALEKSANDR BOKSNER, DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY RAFAEL PAZ, FIRST ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY NICK KALLERGIS, AND JEFFREY S. BASS, ESQ.

VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Reports and Informational Items
1.REPORT FROM COMMISSION COMMITTEES OF WITHDRAWN ITEMS NOT HEARD WITHIN (6) SIX MONTHS FROM REFERRAL DATE.
Office of the City Clerk
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA)
1.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CHAIRPERSON AND MEMBERS OF THE MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA), SETTING THE DATES FOR THE YEAR 2020 RDA MEETINGS. JOINT CITY COMMISSION AND REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

VIDEOOffice of the City Clerk
Deferred from November 14, 2018 - RDA 1
2.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CHAIRPERSON AND MEMBERS OF THE MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA), FOLLOWING A DULY ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARING, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY’S FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE, AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT IN SECTION 82-39(A) OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE RDA; AND APPROVING, IN SUBSTANTIAL FORM, A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE RDA (LANDLORD) AND MARIE BLACHERE, LLC (TENANT) FOR A PERIOD OF NINE (9) YEARS, FOR THE LEASE OF APPROXIMATELY 2,697 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE AT THE ANCHOR SHOPS GARAGE, LOCATED AT 1560 COLLINS AVENUE, SUITE 2, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA (PREMISES); AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CHAIRPERSON AND SECRETARY TO EXECUTE THE FINAL LEASE AGREEMENT.

VIDEO10:00 a.m. Public HearingEconomic Development
PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS (COMMENCES AT APPROXIMATELY 5:00 P.M.)
PA1PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO ALEX DENIS FOR BEING THE 2019 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD RECIPIENT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC PROCUREMENT.
VIDEOCommissioner Mark Samuelian
Deferred from October 30, 2019 - PA 5
PA2

CITY OF KINDNESS CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION PRESENTED TO OPERATION GRATITUDE, WHO IS PARTNERING WITH THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH FOR OUR VETERAN’S DAY PARADE AND PICNIC, FOR AGREEING TO DONATE 200 CARE PACKAGES FOR OUR VETERANS.

VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
Deferred from October 30, 2019 - PA 16
PA3CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO DEBORAH MARTINEAU FOR HER LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZING A SUCCESSFUL MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT BLOCK PARTY.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
PA4PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO TRACY YOUNG FOR BEING THE FIRST FEMALE PRODUCER NOMINATED FOR A GRAMMY IN THE BEST REMIXED RECORDING CATEGORY FOR PRODUCING AND REMIXING MADONNA'S NEW #1 DANCE SONG “I RISE.”
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
PA5PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO ELSA URQUIZA, FOR HER YEARS OF COMMITMENT TO PUBLIC SERVICE, AND SPECIFICALLY TO MIAMI BEACH SENIORS.
VIDEOCommissioner Mark Samuelian
Co-sponsored by Commissioner Gongora
PA6PROCLAMATION FOR A FISH CALLED AVALON RESTAURANT FOR THEIR 30TH ANNIVERSARY.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
Notices
1.MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA) MEMBERS.
2.HOW A PERSON MAY APPEAR BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA.
3.USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT IN THE COMMISSION CHAMBERS FOR PRESENTATIONS DURING PUBLIC MEETINGS.
4.2019 COMMISSION MEETING DATES.
5.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

6.CITY COMMISSION AT-LARGE NOMINATIONS - RELEASE(S).
7.

TIME CERTAIN.