Commission Meeting
City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1700 Convention Center Drive
April 26, 2017 - 8:30 AM

 

Mayor Philip Levine

Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman

Commissioner Ricky Arriola

Commissioner Michael Grieco

Commissioner Joy Malakoff

Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
Commissioner Micky Steinberg


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


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AGENDA KEY  

Presentations and Awards:

Regular Agenda:

PA - Presentations and Awards

R2 - Competitive Bid Reports

R5 - Ordinances

Consent Agenda:

R7 - Resolutions

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

R9 - New Businesses & Commission Requests

C4 - Commission Committee Assignments

R10 - City Attorney Reports        

C6 - Commission Committee Reports
C7 - Resolutions

Reports and Informational Items

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.


Presentations and Awards
PA1EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE RECOGNITION.
VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
PA2PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO ANGELA BUXTON, FOR TRIUMPHING OVER PREJUDICE; MS. BUXTON, OF RUSSIAN JEWISH DESCENT, ALONG WITH ALTHEA GIBSON, AN AFRICAN AMERICAN, BOTH FOUND THEIR SPORTING CAREERS BLIGHTED BY RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, BUT IN 1956 THEY FOUND A WAY TO FIGHT BACK BY JOINING FORCES AND WINNING A WIMBLEDON TITLE.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Grieco
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - PA 14
PA3CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION FOR THE GENTLEMEN OF THE ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY FOR THEIR CHARACTER AND LEADERSHIP IN VOLUNTEERING TO CLEAN UP LITTER LEFT ON THE BEACH DURING SPRING BREAK.
VIDEOCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
PA4CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO MIAMI BEACH LIFEGUARD FERNANDO PALOMO, FOR HIS HEROIC ACTION IN SAVING SARA WACHTEL'S LIFE ON APRIL 16, 2017.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
New item added on 4/20/2017
PA5CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL TEAM FOR GOING UNDEFEATED IN THE REGULAR SEASON.
VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
New item added on 4/21/2017
PA6PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO CHIEF DWAYNE DRURY FOR HIS YEARS OF SERVICES.
VIDEOMayor Philip Levine
New item added on 4/25/2017


CONSENT AGENDA

C2AREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO AWARD A CONTRACT PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. 2017-095-AK PEST CONTROL SERVICES.
VIDEOProperty Management/Procurement
C2BREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2017-126-KB FOR GENERAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING CONSULTANT SERVICES ON AN “AS NEEDED BASIS.”
VIDEOTransportation/Procurement
C2CREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2017-155-KB FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR HISTORIC DISTRICT RESILIENCY AND ADAPTATION GUIDELINES.
VIDEOPlanning/Procurement
C2DREQUEST APPROVAL TO EXERCISE TERM RENEWAL OPTIONS ON CONTRACTS FOR ROUTINE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS.
VIDEOProcurement
C2EREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO AWARD A CONTRACT PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. 2017-114-ZD FOR MUSS PARK SEAWALL REHABILITATION.
VIDEOCapital Improvement Projects/Procurement
C4 - Commission Committee Assignments
C4AREFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER ESTABLISHING AN EMERGENCY FUND DEDICATED TO PROTECTING THE TOURISM INDUSTRY FROM MAJOR ADVERSE IMPACTS.
VIDEOCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C4B

REFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE - DISCUSS RETROFITTING WATER FOUNTAINS WITH WATER BOTTLE REFILLING STATIONS.

VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C4CREFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE REGARDING PENDING BILLS IN THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE THAT WOULD ALLOW CERTAIN COASTAL COMMUNITIES TO REGULATE OR BAN DISPOSABLE PLASTIC BAGS.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Grieco
C4DREFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE TO EXPLORE URBAN INDOOR FARMING OPPORTUNITIES ON UNDERUTILIZED CITY PROPERTY.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Grieco
C4EREFERRAL TO THE HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO A PROPOSED ASSISTED LIVING AND MEDICAL USE ORDINANCE.
VIDEOPlanning
Land Use and Development Committee
C4FREFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE FEES CHARGED TO DEVELOPERS TO APPEAR BEFORE THE CITY'S LAND USE BOARDS.
VIDEOCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C4GREFERRAL TO FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE FOR A DISCUSSION ON THE LIVING WAGE RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018, IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE VI, DIVISION 6, SECTION 2-408, OF THE CITY CODE.
VIDEOProcurement
C4HREFERRAL TO THE FINANCE & CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CITY’S SPONSORSHIP OF THE NATIONALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY TELEVISED 2017 WORLD FOOTVOLLEY CLASSIC, TO BE HELD IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C4IREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD: FAENA DISTRICT OVERLAY - WORKS OF ART AMENDMENT.
VIDEOPlanning
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C4JREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD: PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1 AMENDMENT.
VIDEOPlanning
Commissioner Joy Malakoff
C4KREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD: SINGLE FAMILY HOME INTERIOR SIDE YARD LANDSCAPE STANDARDS.
VIDEOPlanning
Vice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C4LREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD: RM-3 ACCESSORY USES.
VIDEOPlanning
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C4MREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD TO MAKE A RECOMMENDATION ON A PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT PERTAINING TO NON-CONFORMING BUILDINGS.
VIDEOCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C4NREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD REGARDING AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE MXE DISTRICT REGULATIONS TO PROHIBIT PACKAGE LIQUOR SALES BEFORE 10:00 A.M. AND AFTER 10:00 P.M. IN THE MXE DISTRICT.
VIDEOPlanning
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
C4O

REFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD AND THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE REGARDING AN ORDINANCE CLARIFYING THAT ENTERTAINMENT IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE CITY’S PERFORMANCE STANDARD DISTRICTS.

VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney / Planning Department
Commissioner Michael Grieco
C4P

REFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REGARDING THE POTENTIAL PLACEMENT OF SIGNS DISCOURAGING PANHANDLING.

VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
C4QREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - NO PANHANDLING ZONE ON LINCOLN ROAD.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioners John Elizabeth Aleman and Joy Malakoff
C4RREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS CITY SUPPORT FOR THE SOBE CATS SPAY & NEUTER, INC. TRAP, NEUTER, RETURN (TNR) PROGRAM.
VIDEOCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C4SREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF LANDSCAPING BY THE MURANO AT PORTOFINO CONDOMINIUM ALONG THE PUBLIC BAYWALK ADJACENT TO THE MIAMI BEACH MARINA.
VIDEOTourism, Culture, and Economic Development
C4TREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS NORTH SHORE PARK TENNIS CENTER TEACHING PROFESSIONALS.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
C4UREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO EXTEND THE MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN TO THE COLLINS CANAL.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C4VREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS CONTRIBUTING FUNDS TO A REGIONAL HYBRID SKATEPARK/PUMPTRACK INITIATIVE AT HAULOVER IN CONJUNCTION WITH SUNNY ISLES BEACH, TOWN OF SURFSIDE, AND POSSIBLY BAL HARBOUR AND BAY HARBOR ISLANDS.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
C4WREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE FOR THE CITY TO ENGAGE IN A TRAFFIC STUDY WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT) TO SEE IF REMOVING THE I-95 EXPRESS LANES WILL IMPROVE THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC NORTHBOUND AND WESTBOUND.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C4XREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS ADAPTIVE REUSE ALONG THE TATUM WATERWAY.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
C4YREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (NCAC) REGARDING THE POSSIBILITY OF WRAPPING UTILITY BOXES IN HIGH PEDESTRIAN AREAS.
VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
C6AREPORT OF THE FEBRUARY 17, 2017 NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE:  1. DISCUSSION REGARDING A SKATE PARK/PARKING STRUCTURE AT THE 72ND STREET PARKING LOT (P92). 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI BEACH UNITED (MBU) “RESIDENTS’ RIGHT TO KNOW” PROPOSAL. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE TEMPORARY RELOCATION OF MAURICE GIBB PLAYGROUND. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE FUTURE ACTIVATION AND PROGRAMMING OF LUMMUS PARK. 5. DISCUSSION ON AN ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED DOG AREA IN NORTH BEACH. 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE SITE PLAN FOR NORTH SHORE OPEN SPACE PARK. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING TRAFFIC CALMING PER THE REQUEST OF THE SUNSET ISLAND I AND II HOMEOWNERS. 8. DISCUSSION REGARDING LOWERING SPEED LIMITS AND/OR TRAFFIC CALMING IN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS. 9. DISCUSSION REGARDING POTENTIAL TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NAUTILUS NEIGHBORHOOD. 10. DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER EXPANDING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY HUMAN TRAFFICKING SIGNAGE ORDINANCE AND REQUIRING THAT A SIGN BE DISPLAYED THROUGHOUT ALL ESTABLISHMENTS IN MIAMI BEACH. 11. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUNDING FOR A PERMANENT PARK RANGER DETAIL AT THE NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY YOUTH CENTER RECREATIONAL AREA. 12. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CONCESSION AGREEMENTS FOR MOTORIZED AND NON-MOTORIZED VESSELS AT THE BARRY KUTUN BOAT RAMP. 13. DISCUSSION REGARDING A POSSIBLE PLAQUE AT THE NORMANDY POOL COMMEMORATING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE LATE WARREN GREEN, LONGTIME POOL MANAGER WHO PASSED LAST YEAR. 14. DISCUSSION ON OFFERING MIAMI BEACH AS A PILOT CITY FOR UBER SELF-DRIVING CARS. 15. DISCUSSION REGARDING POTENTIAL USES OF A ROTUNDA IN COLLINS PARK. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CREATION OF LEGACY BUSINESS REGISTRY AND OTHER POSSIBLE PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT AND PROTECT SMALL BUSINESSES.  17. DISCUSSION ON THE CREATION OF A MIAMI BEACH HALL OF FAME AND ESTABLISHING CRITERIA PLACEMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS. 18. MONTHLY CRIME UPDATE. 19. DISCUSSION CONCERNING FUTURE USE OF THE WEST LOTS. 20. DISCUSSION REGARDING COMMISSIONING AN ARTIST TO PAINT THE NORTH BEACH WATER TOWERS. 21. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC BATHROOMS CITYWIDE. 22. SHANE WATERSPORTS RESOLUTION - A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING PURSUANT TO SECTION 142-425 OF THE CITY’S CODE, THE WAIVER OF CERTAIN REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE RONALD W. SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER, LOCATED AT 6550 INDIAN CREEK DR, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; WAIVING BY A 5/7TH VOTE OF THE CITY COMMISSION, AFTER PUBLIC HEARING, THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS IN A GU (GOVERNMENT USE) DISTRICT, WHICH REGULATIONS ARE FOUND AT SECTION 142-422 AND 142-423, ENTITLED "MAIN PERMITTED USES," AND "PRIVATE USES," IN ORDER TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO A NEIGHBORHOOD IMPACT ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE CURRENT OPERATION OF A HALL FOR HIRE LOCATED AT THE CITY-OWNED RONALD W. SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER OWNED (LAND LEASE) AND OPERATED BY MIAMI BEACH WATERSPORTS, INC. 23. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH BRANDING-MUNICIPAL LOGO. 24. DISCUSSION TO RECONSIDER THE CITY’S USE OF BONDED AGGREGATE FOR TREE PITS. 25. DISCUSSION REGARDING BUMP-OUTS ON 40TH STREET.
VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
C6B

REPORT OF THE MARCH 17, 2017 NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE: 1. DISCUSSION REGARDING A SKATE PARK/PARKING STRUCTURE AT THE 72ND STREET PARKING LOT (P92). 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI BEACH UNITED (MBU) "RESIDENTS' RIGHT TO KNOW" PROPOSAL. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE TEMPORARY RELOCATION OF MAURICE GIBB PLAYGROUND. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING AND PRESENTATION ON MAKING MIAMI BEACH A "CITY OF KINDNESS." 5. DISCUSS THE PLACEMENT OF FARAH SERVE EUE SPORTS EQUIPMENT AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. 6. DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER EXPANDING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY HUMAN TRAFFICKING SIGNAGE ORDINANCE AND REQUIRING THAT A SIGN BE DISPLAYED THROUGHOUT ALL ESTABLISHMENTS IN MIAMI BEACH. 7. DISCUSSION REGARDING BUMP-OUTS ON 40TH STREET. 8. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CONCESSION AGREEMENTS FOR MOTORIZED AND NON-MOTORIZED VESSELS AT THE BARRY KUTUN BOAT RAMP.  9. DISCUSSION REGARDING A POSSIBLE PLAQUE AT THE NORMANDY POOL COMMEMORATING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE LATE WARREN GREEN, LONGTIME POOL MANAGER WHO PASSED LAST YEAR. 10. DISCUSSION ON OFFERING MIAMI BEACH AS A PILOT CITY FOR UBER SELF-DRIVING CARS. 11. DISCUSSION REGARDING LOWERING SPEED LIMITS AND/OR TRAFFIC CALMING IN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS. 12. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CREATION OF LEGACY BUSINESS REGISTRY AND OTHER POSSIBLE PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT AND PROTECT SMALL BUSINESSES. 13. DISCUSSION ON THE CREATION OF A MIAMI BEACH HALL OF FAME AND ESTABLISHING CRITERIA PLACEMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS. 14. DISCUSSION OF WORKFORCE TENANT POLICIES (AND RESEARCH HOW OTHER JURISDICTIONS ARE ADDRESSING THE ISSUE). 15. DISCUSSION CONCERNING FUTURE USE OF THE WEST LOTS. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC BATHROOMS CITYWIDE. 17. SHANE WATERSPORTS RESOLUTION - A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING PURSUANT TO SECTION 142-425 OF THE CITY'S CODE, THE WAIVER OF CERTAIN REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE RONALD W. SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER, LOCATED AT 6550 INDIAN CREEK DR, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; WAIVING BY A 5/7TH VOTE OF THE CITY COMMISSION, AFTER PUBLIC HEARING, THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS IN A GU (GOVERNMENT USE) DISTRICT, WHICH REGULATIONS ARE FOUND AT SECTION 142-422 AND 142-423, ENTITLED "MAIN PERMITTED USES," AND "PRIVATE USES," IN ORDER TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO A NEIGHBORHOOD IMPACT ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE CURRENT OPERATION OF A HALL FOR HIRE LOCATED AT THE CITY-OWNED RONALD W. SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER OWNED (LAND LEASE) AND OPERATED BY MIAMI BEACH WATERSPORTS, INC. 18. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH BRANDING-MUNICIPAL LOGO. 19. DISCUSSION TO RECONSIDER THE CITY'S USE OF BONDED AGGREGATE FOR TREE PITS. 20. MONTHLY CRIME UPDATE. 21. DISCUSSION AS REQUESTED BY THE VENETIAN ISLANDS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, ON ENHANCEMENTS TO THE PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS ON THE VENETIAN WAY, FROM RIVO ALTO TO SAN MARINO. 22. DISCUSSION REGARDING PILOTLESS DRONE TAXIS. 23. DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE PLACING CAMERAS ON EVERY CORNER OF THE MXE (MIXED USED ENTERTAINMENT) DISTRICT AND ON THE BEACHWALK, AND INSTALLING EMERGENCY ACTIVATION BOXES ALONG THE BEACHWALK. 24. DISCUSSION ON ADDING PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE NEW PUMP STATION ON NORTH BAY ROAD AND 23RD STREET. 25. FDOT RECONSTRUCTION OF ALTON ROAD - TREES. 26. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE IMPROVEMENT OF AMENITIES IN SOUNDSCAPE PARK. 27. DISCUSSION REGARDING A GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING SOURCES TO SUPPORT MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 28. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE EAST VENETIAN BASCULE BRIDGE.

 

VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
C6C

REPORT OF THE MARCH 8, 2017 SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE: 1. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE SECURING AND STORAGE OF COMMERCIAL DUMPSTERS. 2. DISCUSSION ON STORMWATER BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES. 3. DISCUSSION ON BEST PRACTICES FOR BEACH SAND SIFTING AND MAINTENANCE. 4. DISCUSSION ON THE CITY TO OFFER CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING, COMMENCING IN 2017. 5. DISCUSSION TO INCENTIVIZE SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATIONS IN THE CITY BY WAIVING PERMIT FEES. 6. DISCUSSION ON RECEIVING AN UPDATE REGARDING CITY ACTION AND FINES GIVEN TO GARBAGE OPERATORS FOR LEAKING TRUCKS. 7. MAYOR'S BLUE RIBBON PANEL ON FLOODING AND SEA LEVEL RISE. 8. SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE. 9. RESILIENCY STRATEGY. 10. DISCUSSION AND DUAL REFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE AND THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE REGARDING TRANSITIONING TO NON-GAS POWERED LEAF BLOWERS FOR CITY STAFF AND CONTRACTORS.

VIDEOEnvironment and Sustainability
C6DREPORT OF THE MARCH 8, 2017 LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE: 1. A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS OF THE CITY CODE REQUIRING MINIMUM LANDSCAPE STANDARDS FOR NEW SINGLE FAMILY CONSTRUCTION, WHICH WILL PROVIDE A VISUAL BUFFER FROM NEIGHBORING PROPERTIES ALONG INTERIOR SIDE LOT LINES; 2. PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS PERTAINING TO RM-1 & RM-2 DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AND PARKING. A) RESIDENTIAL PARKING ORDINANCE AND B) RM-1 AND RM-2 SETBACKS AND HEIGHT; 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING ZONING OVERLAY AND CONSERVATION DISTRICTS FOR THE ENTIRE BOUNDARIES OF THE NORTH SHORE AND NORMANDY ISLES NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICTS; 4. PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT PERTAINING TO NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS; 5. ORDINANCE AMENDMENT PERTAINING TO MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHTS IN COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICTS AND ALLOWABLE HEIGHT EXCEPTIONS; 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING REVISIONS TO CITY REGULATIONS FOR ACLF’S AND RELATED FACILITIES; 7. DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION IN THE PALM VIEW HISTORIC DISTRICT TO ADDRESS RESILIENCY, SUSTAINABILITY AND ADAPTATION; 8. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO ESTABLISH MORE AGGRESSIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYEE TRANSPORTATION PLANS; 9. DISCUSSION REGARDING ADDING "OFFICE SPACE USE" TO THE WASHINGTON AVENUE INCENTIVES; 10. DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER AN AMENDMENT TO THE FAENA OVERLAY ZONE ORDINANCE ALLOWING WORKS OF ART WITHIN SETBACKS; 11. DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER AN AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING CODE PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY USES WITHIN AN RM-3 DISTRICT; 12. PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDING PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1, PERTAINING TO THE PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTRIBUTING STRUCTURES IN HISTORIC DISTRICTS OR INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNATED HISTORIC SITES AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 130, "OFF-STREET PARKING,” ARTICLE II “DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS," TO ALLOW OFF-STREET PARKING TO BE PROVIDED IN PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1 FOR USES THAT DO NOT HAVE REQUIRED PARKING AND FOR SUCH PROVIDED PARKING TO NOT COUNT TOWARDS THE CALCULATION OF THE FLOOR AREA RATIO; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
VIDEOPlanning
C6E

REPORT OF THE MARCH 31, 2017 FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. DISCUSSION ON CREATION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES AND A CITYWIDE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY PLAN.  2. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUTURE USES OR THE POTENTIAL SALE OF VACANT CITY-OWNED LAND LOCATED AT 226 87TH TERRACE.  3. DISCUSSION REGARDING A SKATE PARK/PARKING STRUCTURE AT 72ND STREET PARKING LOT (P92).  4. DISCUSS THE KEY DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS FOR THE BARCLAY PLAZA APARTMENTS WORKFORCE HOUSING PROJECT. 5. DISCUSSION REGARDING TRANSITIONING TO NON-GAS POWERED LEAF BLOWERS FOR CITY STAFF AND CONTRACTORS. 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC BATHROOMS CITYWIDE.  7. DISCUSSION REGARDING A ONE CENT (0.01) FOOD AND BEVERAGE TAX SUPPORTING PUBLIC SCHOOLS WITHIN MIAMI BEACH CITY LIMITS.  8. DISCUSS ENGAGING IN A PILOT PROGRAM WITH A COST REDUCTION CONSULTANT. 9. DISCUSSION OF THE ISSUANCE OF NEW MONEY AND REFUNDING WATER AND SEWER REVENUE BONDS.  10.  DISCUSSION OF THE ISSUANCE OF NEW STORMWATER REVENUE BONDS.  11. DISCUSSION REGARDING PROPOSED INTERCEPTOR GARAGE AT 1623 WEST AVENUE (LOT NO. P23).  12.  DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE PLACING CAMERAS ON EVERY CORNER OF THE MXE (MIXED USE ENTERTAINMENT) DISTRICT AND ON THE BEACHWALK, AND INSTALLING EMERGENCY ACTIVATION BOXES ALONG THE BEACHWALK.  13. DISCUSS AN ARRANGEMENT WITH SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF AN ADAPTIVE FITNESS CENTER AT A PORTION OF THE 53RD STREET PARKING LOT WITH DIRECTION TO STAFF TO DO OUTREACH TO THE BUILDINGS IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT.

VIDEOFinance
C7 - Resolutions
C7AA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ON BEHALF OF THE MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT, TO ACCEPT A DONATION OF SPECIALIST OBSTACLES, TRAINING EQUIPMENT AND A K9 MEDICAL TRAINER, WITH AN APPROXIMATE TOTAL VALUE OF $33,500, FOR USE BY THE MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT’S K9 UNIT, FROM MIAMI BEACH K9 KNIGHTS, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION DEDICATED TO THE PURCHASE OF TRAINED POLICE DOGS AND EQUIPMENT. 
VIDEOPolice
C7B

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, MODIFYING RESOLUTION NO. 2016-29285 WHICH AUTHORIZED THE REIMBURSEMENT OF TUITION FEES FOR THE MIAMI-DADE SCHOOL OF JUSTICE BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY ("POLICE ACADEMY") FOR POTENTIAL TRAINEES ("RECRUITS") OF THE MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT; AND, NOW, AUTHORIZING THE DIRECT PREPAYMENT TO THE POLICE ACADEMY OF TUITION FEES AND COSTS FOR NEW RECRUITS, AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE IMMEDIATE REIMBURSEMENT TO THOSE CURRENT RECRUITS OF THEIR TUITION FEES AND COSTS PREVIOUSLY PAID TO THE POLICE ACADEMY.

VIDEOPolice
C7C

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA APPROVING AND/OR AUTHORIZING THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS: (1) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO RECAPTURE $64,606.30 OF HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP (HOME) FUNDS PREVIOUSLY ALLOCATED TO MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (MBCDC) FROM COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CHDO) RESERVE FUNDS, PURSUANT TO THE ACTION PLAN FOR FY 10/11 AND THE FY 2008-2012 CONSOLIDATED PLAN, AND TO REALLOCATE THESE FUNDS TO A MUNICIPAL CAPITAL PROJECT; (2) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO RECAPTURE $167,505.60 OF HOME FUNDS PREVIOUSLY ALLOCATED TO THE MADELEINE VILLAGE APARTMENTS PROJECT PURSUANT TO THE ACTION PLAN FOR FY 16/17 AND THE FY 2013-2017 CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND TO REALLOCATE THESE FUNDS TO THE LOTTIE APARTMENTS REHABILITATION PROJECT; (3) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO RECAPTURE $65,029.56 OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUNDS FROM FY 14/15 AND 15/16, WHICH CDBG FUNDS WERE PREVIOUSLY ALLOCATED PURSUANT TO THE ACTION PLAN FOR FY 15/16, AND REALLOCATE THESE FUNDS TO THE CITY’S MADELEINE VILLAGE APARTMENTS;  (4) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO RECAPTURE $20,978 OF CDBG FUNDS PREVIOUSLY ALLOCATED TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF MIAMI-DADE, INC., PURSUANT TO THE ACTION PLAN FOR FY 09/10, AND TO REALLOCATE THESE FUNDS TO THE NEPTUNE APARTMENTS;  (5) APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO RESOLUTION NO. 2014-28476 TO CORRECT ACTUAL EXPENDITURES BY RETROACTIVELY APPROVING  THE ALLOCATION OF $568,799 of CDBG FUNDS TO THE REHABILITATION OF THE LONDON HOUSE APARTMENTS AS FOLLOWS: $125,643 FROM UNALLOCATED MULTIPLE PRIOR YEARS AND $443,156 FROM FY 13/14; (6) APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FY 14/15 ACTION PLAN, WHICH WAS APPROVED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION NO. 2014-28635, TO REFLECT THAT $433,646 OF FY 14/15 CDBG FUNDS WERE ALLOCATED TO FUND PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS; (7) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO RECAPTURE $69,063.90 OF HOME CHDO FUNDS FROM FY 14/15, PREVIOUSLY ALLOCATED TO CARRFOUR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING, INC.’S HARDING VILLAGE APARTMENTS, AND TO REALLOCATE THE FUNDS TO THE CITY’S CHDO FUND; (8) REPEALING RESOLUTION NO. 2014-28798, WHICH ORIGINALLY AWARDED $122,492.44 OF HOME FUNDS TO THE HARDING VILLAGE APARTMENTS PROJECT BUT WERE SUBSEQUENTLY NOT NEEDED FOR THAT PROJECT, AND RETROACTIVELY AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ALLOCATE THOSE FUNDS TO THE LONDON HOUSE APARTMENTS; (9) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO RECAPTURE $64,149.44 OF FY 14/15 HOME FUNDS NOT EXPENDED FROM THE LONDON HOUSE REHABILITATION PROJECT, AND TO REALLOCATE THESE FUNDS TO THE LOTTIE APARTMENTS REHABILITATION PROJECT; (10) APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO RESOLUTION NO. 2014-28877 TO REFLECT THAT $651,455 OF CDBG FUNDS WERE RECAPTURED FROM FY 12/13 THROUGH FY 14/15 AND WERE ALLOCATED FOR THE CITY’S ACQUISITION OF MULTIPLE MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL RENTAL BUILDINGS PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY MBCDC; (11) APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FY 2013-2017 CONSOLIDATED PLAN TO ADD ADDITIONAL SUB-RECIPIENT SELECTION METHODS AND TO REFLECT  ALL OF THESE AMENDMENTS; (12) AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO SUBMIT THE REQUISITE REVISED ACTION PLANS AND CONSOLIDATED PLANS TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD); AND (13) FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTS OR AGREEMENTS.

VIDEOHousing and Community Services
C7D

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER, PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2017-007-AK, FOR NOISE, ACOUSTIC AND SOUND CONSULTING SERVICES; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE SOLE PROPOSER, ARPEGGIO ACOUSTIC CONSULTING LLC., AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION.

VIDEOPlanning/Procurement
C7EA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY OF MANAGER, APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. 2015-182-JR FOR CITY HALL HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) & VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE (VFD) REPLACEMENT.
VIDEOProperty Management
C7FA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU), IN A FORM ACCEPTABLE TO THE CITY MANAGER AND THE CITY ATTORNEY, BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, THE MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, NORTH BAY VILLAGE, THE TOWN OF BAY HARBOR ISLANDS, THE TOWN OF SURFSIDE, AND BAL HARBOUR VILLAGE  TO SUPPORT AN ENHANCED NURSE INITIATIVE FOR THE 2017/2018 SCHOOL YEAR AND AUTHORIZING THE APPROPRIATION OF $15,400 FROM THE MIAMI BEACH EDUCATION COMPACT FUND FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH’S PROPORTIONATE SHARE OF FUNDING FOR THE NURSE ENHANCEMENT INITIATIVE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL IN THE CITY’S FY 2017/18 ANNUAL BUDGET.
VIDEOOrganization Development Performance Initiatives
C7G

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU), IN A FORM ACCEPTABLE TO THE CITY MANAGER AND THE CITY ATTORNEY, BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND THE MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER EDUCATION FOUNDATION INC., FOR THE EXTENSION OF THE MIAMI BEACH NURSE ENHANCEMENT INITIATIVE FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES (THE "INITIATIVE") FOR MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL, FIENBERG-FISHER K-8 CENTER, BISCAYNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND SOUTH POINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; SAID AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE MOU PROVIDING FOR INITIATIVE SERVICES FOR THE 2017/2018 SCHOOL YEAR; AND, FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE CONSIDERATION OF $53,600 IN FUNDING FROM THE CITY'S 2016/2017 FISCAL YEAR ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE INITIATIVE FOR THE 2017/2018 SCHOOL YEAR.

VIDEOOrganizational Development Performance Initiatives
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
C7HA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, THE CITY OF MIAMI, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, AND MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE TO RESEARCH, DEVELOP, AND DEPLOY SOLUTIONS TO COMMUNITY RESILIENCE CHALLENGES, CONSISTENT WITH THE LETTER OF INTENT EXECUTED BY THE PARTIES ON SEPTEMBER 19, 2016.
VIDEOOrganization Development Performance Initiatives
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
C7IA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE, SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION, AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO THE AGREEMENT, DATED MARCH 19, 2015, BETWEEN THE CITY, THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, AND FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY TO PROVIDE DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSES FOR COLLEGE CREDIT FOR 11TH AND 12TH GRADE STUDENTS ATTENDING MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL; SAID AMENDMENT, IN MATERIAL PART, EXTENDING THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT TO JUNE 30, 2018 AND INCREASING THE CITY’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROGRAM, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $62,000 PER FISCAL YEAR, COMMENCING WITH THE THIRD YEAR OF THE PROGRAM (2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR), SUBJECT TO BUDGET APPROPRIATION.
VIDEOOrganizational Development Performance Initiatives
C7JA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE, SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION, AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE AGREEMENT, DATED JANUARY 4, 2017, BETWEEN THE CITY, MIAMI-DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, AND MIAMI DADE COLLEGE TO PROVIDE DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSES FOR COLLEGE CREDIT FOR EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS ATTENDING NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL AND FIENBERG FISHER K-8 CENTER, AND FOR 9TH AND 10TH GRADE STUDENTS ATTENDING MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL; SAID AMENDMENT, IN MATERIAL PART, EXTENDING THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT TO JUNE 30, 2018 AND INCREASING THE CITY’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROGRAM, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $28,000 PER FISCAL YEAR, COMMENCING WITH THE SECOND YEAR OF THE PROGRAM (2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR), SUBJECT TO BUDGET APPROPRIATION.
VIDEOOrganizational Development Performance Initiatives
C7KA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE, SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION, AMENDMENT NO 2 TO THE AGREEMENT, DATED AUGUST 15, 2014, BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FIU) FOR THE MIAMI BEACH ARCHIVES DIGITALIZATION PROJECT; SAID AMENDMENT: (1) EXTENDING THE PROJECT PERIOD TO AUGUST 31, 2018; (2) INCREASING THE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT TO INCLUDE DIGITALLY SCANNING/OCR (OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION) AND ARCHIVING HISTORICAL ORDINANCES FROM 1915 THROUGH 1989 AND APPROXIMATELY 15,000 ADDITIONAL IMAGES; AND (3) INCREASING THE CONTRACT SUM BY AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $60,000, FOR A TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE NOT TO EXCEED $273,543.22.
VIDEOOffice of the City Clerk
C7L

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO APPLY FOR, ACCEPT, AND APPROPRIATE FUNDING (INCLUDING MATCHING FUNDS AND ANY RELATED CITY EXPENSES), AND EXECUTE ANY AND ALL DOCUMENTS OR AGREEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE FOLLOWING GRANTS, FUNDING REQUESTS AND AGREEMENTS: 1) KNIGHT FOUNDATION, COMMUNITY AND NATIONAL INITIATIVES PROGRAM, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $61,000; 2) NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA) IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $371,780;  3) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, 2018 319(h) NONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) GRANTS, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $60,000; 4) NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (NOAA), DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, NOAA COASTAL RESILIENCE GRANT, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $520,000; 5) MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $30,000 FOR BANDSHELL LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS AND IF AWARDED, AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO EXECUTE AN AMENDMENT TO THE AGREEMENT WITH THE RHYTHM FOUNDATION REFLECTING THAT THE RHYTHM FOUNDATION WILL PROVIDE THE CASH MATCH FOR THE GRANT;  6) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF HISTORICAL RESOURCES, SMALL MATCHING GRANTS, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $50,000; 7) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT), TRAFFIC RECORDS AREA, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $258,300; 8) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT), TRAFFIC RECORDS COORDINATING COMMITTEE, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $258,300; 9) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT), OCCUPANT PROTECTION AND CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY AREA, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $60,000; 10) FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT, WATERWAY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,000,000 FOR INDIAN CREEK SHORELINE STABILIZATION AND GREENWAY PROJECT (PHASE 2); 11) FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT, WATERWAY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, IN THE AMOUNT OF $800,000 FOR MAURICE GIBB PUBLIC SHORELINE STABILIZATION PROJECT; 12) FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT, WATER WAY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, IN THE AMOUNT OF $700,000 FOR INDIAN BEACH PARK PROJECT; 13) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT), TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $1,000,000; 14) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (NAR) AND THE MIAMI ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $5,000; 15) PUBLIC SPACE CHALLENGE, THE MIAMI FOUNDATION, OUR MIAMI PROGRAM; AND, 16) APPROVAL TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT IN THE AMOUNT OF $90,000 WITH THE MIAMI BEACH VISITOR AND CONVENTION AUTHORITY.

VIDEOBudget and Performance Improvement
C7M

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AMENDMENT NO. 7 TO THE AGREEMENT, DATED OCTOBER 10, 2014, BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC., FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF THE CITY'S ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEM AND THE CITY'S PERMITTING SYSTEM, TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED BY TYLER.

VIDEOInformation Technology
C7NA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE & CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AT ITS FEBRUARY 17, 2017 MEETING TO ADD THE CREATION OF A POCKET PARK ON 20TH STREET AND SUNSET DRIVE, INCLUDING A DOG PARK, TO THE FY 2018 CAPITAL BUDGET, SUBJECT TO FUNDING AVAILABILITY.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
Commissioners Ricky Arriola & Vice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C7OA 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 MARCH 17, 2017 MEETING AND APPROVING THE TEMPORARY RELOCATION OF THE PLAYGROUND AT MAURICE GIBB MEMORIAL PARK TO BELLE ISLE PARK, WITH ALL COSTS OF THE PLAYGROUND RELOCATION BEING FUNDED FROM THE CURRENT MAURICE GIBB MEMORIAL PARK PROJECT BUDGET.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
Vice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
C7PA 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 MARCH 17, 2017 MEETING APPROVING THE PLACEMENT OF A PLAQUE AT THE NORMANDY ISLE POOL COMMEMORATING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE LATE MR. WARREN GREEN, A LONGTIME CITY POOL MANAGER AND, PURSUANT TO SECTION 82-504 OF THE CITY CODE, SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING FOR MAY 17, 2017 TO CONSIDER THE PLACEMENT OF A PLAQUE AT THE NORMANDY ISLE POOL COMMEMORATING MR. WARREN GREEN AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO PUBLISH THE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC NOTICE.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
Commissioner Michael Grieco
C7QA 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 FEBRUARY 17, 2017 MEETING AND APPROVING THE ADDITION OF TWO PART-TIME PARK RANGER POSITIONS AT THE NORTH SHORE PARK AND YOUTH CENTER FROM SALARY SAVINGS IN THE CURRENT FY 2016-2017.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
C7RA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, REQUESTING THAT THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AMEND CHAPTER 30 OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE TO EXPAND COUNTYWIDE RESTRICTIONS ON ENGINE IDLING TO PROHIBIT OPERATORS OF MOTOR VEHICLES FROM IDLING EVEN WHEN A VEHICLE IS OCCUPIED.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
C7S

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, WHICH WAS ISSUED AT THE MARCH 17, 2017 MEETING, AND RECOMMENDS THAT THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION NOT APPROVE OR AUTHORIZE ANY COMMERCIAL BUSINESS CONCESSION AGREEMENT(S) FOR THE BARRY KUTUN BOAT RAMP. 

VIDEOParks and Recreation
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C7TA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO ACCEPT THE DONATION OF UP TO 28 HOTEL ROOM NIGHTS FROM THE RITZ CARLTON SOUTH BEACH AND LOEWS MIAMI BEACH FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.
VIDEOTourism, Culture and Economic Development
C7UA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION, AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE AGREEMENT, DATED OCTOBER 17, 2001, BETWEEN THE CITY AND CLEAR CHANNEL OUTDOOR, INC., CURRENTLY ON A MONTH TO MONTH TERM (EXTENDED TERM); SAID AMENDMENT APPROVING SANCHEZ ARANGO CONSTRUCTION CO, AS A SUBCONTRACTOR OF CLEAR CHANNEL UNDER THE AGREEMENT; AND FURTHER APPROVING THE CITY’S FIFTY PERCENT (50%) CONTRIBUTION TOWARD THE TOTAL COST OF THE REMOVAL OF TWO (2) BUS SHELTERS AND REINSTALLATION OF FOUR (4) BUS SHELTERS BY SUBCONTRACTOR AS A RESULT OF ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $95,000, PURSUANT TO THE PARTIES AGREEMENT (AS MEMORIALIZED IN AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO THE AGREEMENT) TO EQUALLY SHARE THIS COST DURING THE EXTENDED TERM.
VIDEOTransportation
C7VA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, SUPPORTING THE NATIONAL PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION’S (PTA) RESOLUTION ON LGBTQ INDIVIDUALS AS A PROTECTED CLASS AND ADOPTING A POLICY OF INCLUSIVENESS WITH REGARD TO LGBTQ YOUTH IN ALL CITY-OPERATED, CITY-SPONSORED, AND CITY-PARTNERED YOUTH PROGRAMMING.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Micky Steinberg & Co-sponsored by Commissioner John E. Aleman
C7WA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, SUPPORTING FLORIDA HOUSE BILL (HB) 93 AND COMPANION SENATE BILL (SB) 162, WHICH WOULD AUTHORIZE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A TWO-AND-A-HALF-YEAR PILOT PROGRAM BY COASTAL MUNICIPALITIES WITH A POPULATION LESS THAN 100,000 TO REGULATE OR BAN DISPOSABLE PLASTIC BAGS; AND, ALTERNATIVELY, SHOULD THESE BILLS NOT BE ADOPTED, URGING THE REPEAL OF SECTION 403.7033, FLORIDA STATUTES, SO THAT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ARE NO LONGER PREEMPTED FROM ENACTING LEGISLATION RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF DISPOSABLE PLASTIC BAGS.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Grieco
C7XA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE WITH RESPECT TO CERTAIN ELEMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BARCLAY PLAZA BUILDING, LOCATED AT 1940 PARK AVENUE, AS A WORKFORCE HOUSING PROJECT ("PROJECT"), INCLUDING INCOME LIMITS, EMPLOYMENT TENURE, INCLUSION OF POOL AREA AND PARKING LOT, AND CONSIDERATION OF A COMMERCIAL COMPONENT FOR THE PROJECT; AND PROVIDING THAT THE ISSUANCE OF A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROJECT, INCORPORATING THE ELEMENTS APPROVED HEREIN, SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE ADVANCE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION.
VIDEOHousing and Community Services
C7YA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE CITY'S FISCAL YEAR 2017/18 FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE AGENDA.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Mayor Philip Levine
Supplemental updated on 4/24/2017
C7ZA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, URGING FLORIDA GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT AND THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO INCREASE PER PUPIL EDUCATION FUNDING IN FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO EQUAL OR EXCEED THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF APPROXIMATELY $11,009 PER PUPIL.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
C7AAA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE: TO SUPPORT THE 2017 MIAMI DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS’ STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES; TO URGE FLORIDA GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT AND THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO INCREASE PER PUPIL EDUCATION FUNDING IN FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO EQUAL OR EXCEED THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF APPROXIMATELY $11,009 PER PUPIL AND TO CONTINUE TO FUND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMS; AND, TO FORM A 501(c)(3) ORGANIZATION TO FUND MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION ENHANCEMENTS.
VIDEOOrganizational Development Performance Initiatives
Commissioners Joy Malakoff, John Elizabeth Aleman & Ricky Arriola
C7ABA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, SUPPORTING SENATE BILL 1590 THAT PROVIDES A MINIMUM OF THE LESSER OF 7.6% OR $50 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR PROJECTS THAT PRESERVE AND REPAIR THE STATE’S BEACHES, AND ENCOURAGING THE FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO MODEL COMPANION HOUSE BILL 1213 AFTER SENATE BILL 1590.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Grieco
Addendum added on 4/24/2017
C7ACA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT FOR REAGAN PACE SO THAT SHE MAY CONTINUE TO SERVE ON THE PLANNING BOARD IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 118-53(D) OF THE CITY CODE.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
Addendum added on 4/24/2017
C7AD

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE FOLLOWING IN CONNECTION WITH THE 2017 WORLD OUTGAMES, TO BE HELD IN MIAMI BEACH, FROM MAY 26, 2017 THROUGH JUNE 4, 2017 (THE "EVENT"): THE WAIVER OF RENTAL FEES FOR HALLS A AND B AT THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $143,000.00; THE WAIVER OF FLAMINGO PARK RENTAL/USER FEES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $3,750.00; THE WAIVER OF SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT APPLICATION, PERMIT, AND SQUARE FOOTAGE FEES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $30,000.00; AND FURTHER, AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 2014-28492, TO ELIMINATE THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE MIAMI BEACH — MIAMI LGBT SPORTS AND CULTURAL LEAGUE, INC., THE EVENT ORGANIZER, TO REIMBURSE THE CITY $50,000.00, WITH RESPECT TO THE CITY'S PRIOR $100,000.00 GRANT TO THE EVENT ORGANIZER, IN SUPPORT OF THE EVENT.

VIDEOTourism, Culture and Economic Development
Addendum added on 4/25/2017


REGULAR AGENDA

R5 - Ordinances
R5APACKAGE LIQUOR STORE DISTANCE SEPARATION:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 6, “ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES”, ARTICLE I, “IN GENERAL”, SECTION 6-4, “LOCATION AND USE RESTRICTIONS”, TO AMEND AND INCREASE THE DISTANCE SEPARATION BETWEEN RETAIL STORES FOR OFF-PREMISES CONSUMPTION FROM 300 FEET TO 1500 FEET; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
VIDEO
10:00 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingPlanning
First Reading PH on March 1, 2017 - R5 NCommissioner Joy Malakoff and Co-Sponsored by Commissioner Ricky Arriola
R5B

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 IV, "USES IN PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY," BY AMENDING DIVISION 5, "SIDEWALK CAFES," BY AMENDING SUBDIVISION II, "PERMIT," BY AMENDING SECTION 82-385, ENTITLED "MINIMUM STANDARDS, CRITERIA, AND CONDITIONS FOR OPERATION OF SIDEWALK CAFES," TO REQUIRE MANAGERS AND SIDEWALK CAFE EMPLOYEES OF SIDEWALK CAFE PERMITTEES ON OCEAN DRIVE BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 15TH STREET TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE A HOSPITALITY TRAINING PROGRAM THAT HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION; AND AMENDING SECTION 82-382, ENTITLED "APPLICATION," TO REQUIRE APPLICANTS AND PERMITTEES FOR SIDEWALK CAFES ON OCEAN DRIVE BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 15TH STREET TO SUBMIT, ON AN ANNUAL BASIS, AN AFFIDAVIT OF SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF THE HOSPITALITY TRAINING REQUIREMENT SET FORTH HEREIN; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:05 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 OCommissioner Ricky Arriola
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REHEARING AND APPEAL PROCEDURES:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION 118-9, ENTITLED "APPEAL AND REHEARING PROCEDURES"; IN ORDER TO REMOVE ANY CONFLICTS WITH ARTICLE I, SECTION 2 OF THE RELATED SPECIAL ACTS BY STRIKING CONFLICTING LANGUAGE FROM THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AUTHORIZING ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS BEFORE ANY BOARDS OTHER THAN THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT; AND CLARIFYING THE STANDARD OF REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS; AMENDING SECTIONS 118-395, 118-397, 118-563, 118-609, 142-108 AND 142-875 TO ENSURE ALL ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS ARE BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT; DEFINING THE STANDARD FOR REVIEW OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL; CLARIFYING THAT AN ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL IS OF THE PLANNING DIRECTOR, OR HIS DESIGNEE; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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10:10 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingPlanning / Office of the City Attorney
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 QCommissioner Joy Malakoff
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LIQUOR STORE EXTERIOR APPEARANCE – MINIMUM DESIGN STANDARDS:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 142, “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” ARTICLE IV, “SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT REGULATIONS,” DIVISION 3, “SUPPLEMENTARY USE REGULATIONS,” BY CREATING SECTION 142-1112, “PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE DESIGN STANDARDS”; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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10:15 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingPlanning
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 RCommissioner Joy Malakoff & Co-sponsored by Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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OCEAN DRIVE - EXTERIOR SPEAKER LOCATIONS:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 142, “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” ARTICLE II, “DISTRICT REGULATIONS,” DIVISION 13, “MXE - MIXED USE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT,” BY AMENDING SECTION 142-546 THEREOF, ENTITLED “ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS FOR LOTS FRONTING ON OCEAN DRIVE, OCEAN TERRACE AND COLLINS AVENUE,” TO CREATE REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO EXTERIOR SPEAKERS ON LOTS FRONTING OCEAN DRIVE; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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10:20 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingPlanning
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 SCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R5FAN 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 III, ENTITLED "AGENCIES, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES," BY AMENDING DIVISION 13, ENTITLED "PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES BOARD," BY AMENDING SECTION 2-171(C), ENTITLED "COMPOSITION" TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF VOTING MEMBERS FROM 13 TO 9; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
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10:25 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingParks and Recreation
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 TCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman, Commissioner Joy Malakoff & Commissioner Ricky Arriola
R5GAN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE CHAPTER 38 ENTITLED "ELECTIONS," SECTION 38-7 THEREOF ENTITLED "PETITIONS," CONFIRMING CONDITIONS FOR/DISQUALIFICATION OF PETITION SIGNATURES, AND DELETING CITY'S "CIRCULATOR STATEMENT"; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
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10:30 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney / Office of the City Clerk
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 UCommissioner Joy Malakoff
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BUILDING PERMIT REPRIEVE PROGRAM:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 14 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED "BUILDING REGULATIONS," AT ARTICLE 11, "CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS," TO CREATE DIVISION 3, ENTITLED "BUILDING PERMIT REPRIEVE PROGRAM"; CREATING SECTIONS 14-85 THROUGH 14-87, TO PROVIDE FOR A ONE-YEAR REPRIEVE PROGRAM FOR OWNERS OF SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, MULTl-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, MIXED USE OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES WHO HAVE FAILED TO OBTAIN A BUILDING PERMIT(S), OR HAVE EXPIRED PERMITS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AN EFFECTIVE DATE, AND A SUNSET PROVISION.

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10:35 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney / Building
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 VCommissioner Micky Steinberg
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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, BY ADDING THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS TO GROUP V REPRESENTED BY THE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA (GSAF): CODE COMPLIANCE SUPERVISOR, COMMUNICATIONS SUPERVISOR, PROPERTY/EVIDENCE SUPERVISOR, PUBLIC SAFETY PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR, SECURITY SPECIALIST, AND UTILITY BILLING SUPERVISOR, ALL OF WHICH WERE PREVIOUSLY CLASSIFIED AS UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES IN ORDINANCE NO. 1605, THE UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES ORDINANCE; AMENDING AND READOPTING ALL CLASSIFICATIONS AND GRADES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER; RENUMBERING ALL SALARY GRADES; DELETING THE CLASSIFICATION OF WATER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE; AND; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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10:40 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingHuman Resources
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 YCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
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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: ADDING THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS TO GROUP VI BEING ALL OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS IN THE CLASSIFIED SERVICE NOT COVERED BY A BARGAINING UNIT (COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS "OTHERS"): BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN, EXCELLENCE PROGRAM ASSESSOR, FIRE INSPECTOR I, FORESTRY FIELD INSPECTOR, PARK RANGER, QUARTERMASTER, RECREATION AIDE, SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER, SEASONAL RECREATIONAL AIDE, SOUND ENGINEER, STOREKEEPER III, STORMWATER OPERATOR A, STORMWATER OPERATOR B, STORMWATER OPERATOR C, STORMWATER OPERATOR D, TRADESWORKER II (FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TRADESPERSON), TRADESWORKER I (FACILITIES MAINTENANCE WORKER) TRAFFIC CONGESTION FIELD SPECIALIST, WASTE WATER COLLECTION OPERATOR A, WASTE WATER COLLECTION OPERATOR C, WASTE WATER COLLECTION OPERATOR D, WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM OPERATOR B, WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR A, WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR B, WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR C, WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR D, WATER METER TECHNICIAN A, WATER METER TECHNICIAN B, AND WATER METER TECHNICIAN C; DELETING THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: ARTS, CULTURAL & ENTERTAINMENT DIRECTOR, AND COMMUNITY/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR; DELETING A DUPLICATE CLASSIFICATION FOR A SEASONAL POOL GUARD; AMENDING AND READOPTING ALL CLASSIFICATIONS AND GRADES IN. ALPHABETICAL ORDER; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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10:45 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingHuman Resources
First Reading on March 1, 2017 - R5 ZCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT - 6881 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, PURSUANT TO THE PROCEDURES IN SECTION 163.3184(3), FLORIDA STATUTES, TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE MIAMI BEACH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCEL LOCATED AT 6881 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, FROM THE CURRENT DESIGNATION OF RM-1, “RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY, LOW INTENSITY,” TO THE PROPOSED DESIGNATION OF TC-3, “NORTH BEACH TOWN CENTER RESIDENTIAL/OFFICE”; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

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10:50 a.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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LDR REZONING - 6881 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING DISTRICT MAP, REFERENCED IN SECTION 142-72 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, BY CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION FOR THE PARCEL 6881 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, FROM THE CURRENT ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF RM-1, “RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY, LOW INTENSITY”, TO THE PROPOSED ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF TC-3, “NORTH BEACH TOWN CENTER RESIDENTIAL/OFFICE”; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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10:55 a.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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TERMINAL ISLAND - COMP PLAN AMENDMENTS.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION  OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, CHAPTER 1 LAND USE ELEMENT, POLICY 1.2 OF OBJECTIVE 1: LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS OF THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT BY AMENDING THE URBAN LIGHT INDUSTRIAL USE CATEGORY TO PERMIT MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL USES ON WATERFRONT PARCELS AND ACCOMPANYING STANDARDS FOR LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS; AMENDING CHAPTER 2 TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT, POLICY 6.19 OF OBJECTIVE 6: MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORTATION TO UPDATE REFERENCED USES ON TERMINAL ISLAND; AMENDING CHAPTER 6 CONSERVATION/COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT, OBJECTIVE 9: DENSITY LIMITS BY CREATING AN EXCEPTION TO INCENTIVIZE WORKFORCE OR AFFORDABLE HOUSING , OR TO PROVIDE IMPROVED GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE; POLICY 9.2 TO INCENTIVIZE WORKFORCE OR AFFORDABLE HOUSING, OR TO PROVIDE IMPROVED GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE AND RISK REDUCTION TO THE THREAT OF SEA LEVEL RISE; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO SUBMIT THE ADOPTED AMENDMENT TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND ANY OTHER REQUIRED STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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2:00 p.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Private Application
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TERMINAL ISLAND - LDR AMENDMENTS.

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,  “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” ARTICLE II “DISTRICT REGULATIONS,”  DIVISION  11  “LIGHT  INDUSTRIAL  DISTRICT," BY AMENDING SECTION 142-483, “CONDITIONAL USES," TO PERMIT MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USES WHEN LOCATED ON WATERFRONT PARCELS; BY AMENDING SECTION 142-484, “ACCESSORY USES," TO PERMIT RESTAURANTS ASSOCIATED WITH MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USES, LIMITED  TO RESIDENTS  AND  GUESTS,  AND  TO  INCLUDE  NO MORE THAN 1.25 SEATS PER UNIT; BY AMENDING SECTION 142-485, “PROHIBITED USES," TO ADDRESS A SCRIVENERS ERROR; BY AMENDING SECTION 142-486, “DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,” TO PROVIDE REGULATIONS FOR MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL USES; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY  AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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2:05 p.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Private Application
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH RELATING TO THE PROCEDURES TO PROVIDE A VENDOR PREFERENCE IN THE AWARD OF CONTRACTS FOR GOODS AND CONTRACTUAL SERVICES, TO SMALL BUSINESSES OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY VETERANS OR STATE-CERTIFIED SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ENTITLED, "ADMINISTRATION," BY AMENDING ARTICLE VI, ENTITLED, "PROCUREMENT," BY AMENDING DIVISION 3, ENTITLED, "CONTRACT PROCEDURES," BY AMENDING SECTION 2-374, ENTITLED, "PROCEDURE TO PROVIDE PREFERENCE TO VETERANS IN CONTRACTS FOR GOODS AND CONTRACTUAL SERVICES," BY CREATING A SUBSECTION 4 THEREOF, TO DELEGATE TO THE CITY MANAGER THE AUTHORITY TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 2-374 IF THE CITY MANAGER FINDS SUCH A WAIVER TO BE REQUIRED FOR FEDERAL, STATE OR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FUNDING ELIGIBILITY PURPOSES; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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2:10 p.m. Second Reading Public HearingProcurement
First Reading on March 22, 2017 - R5 CCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
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MEDICAL CANNABIS ORDINANCE - LAND USE REGULATIONS:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 114 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED “GENERAL PROVISIONS,” TO DEFINE THE FOLLOWING DEFINITIONS: CANNABIS, MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARY, DERIVATIVE PRODUCT, LOW-THC CANNABIS, AND RELATED DEFINITIONS; AMENDING CHAPTER 130, ENTITLED “OFF-STREET PARKING,” ESTABLISHING MINIMUM PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR “MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARIES” AND PROHIBITING PARTICIPATION IN THE FEE IN LIEU OF PARKING PROGRAM; AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” BY CREATING DIVISION 10, ENTITLED “CANNABIS REGULATIONS AND USE,” AND AMENDING SECTIONS 142-1501 TO 142-1504, RELATING TO APPLICABILITY, DEFINING MEDICAL USE OF CANNABIS, DESIGNATING AREAS FOR THE USE, ZONING REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE USE, AND PROHIBITING CULTIVATION, PRODUCTION OR POSSESSION OF CANNABIS PLANTS; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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5:01 p.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner John Elizalbeth Aleman
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ART DECO/MIMO COMMERCIAL CHARACTER AND FORMULA COMMERCIAL OVERLAY DISTRICT:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 114 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED “GENERAL PROVISIONS,” TO PROVIDE FOR DEFINITIONS FOR “CHECK CASHING STORE,” “CONVENIENCE STORE,” “FORMULA RESTAURANT,” “FORMULA COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS,” “MARIJUANA DISPENSARY,” “CANNABIS DISPENSARY,” “OCCULT SCIENCE ESTABLISHMENT,” “PHARMACY,” “SOUVENIR AND T-SHIRT SHOP,” “TATTOO STUDIO,” “MASSAGE THERAPY CENTER,” AND RELATED DEFINITIONS; AMENDING CHAPTER 142 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” AT ARTICLE III, ENTITLED "OVERLAY DISTRICTS," TO ESTABLISH DIVISION 12, ENTITLED “ART DECO / MIMO COMMERCIAL CHARACTER OVERLAY DISTRICT,” TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS FOR THE AFOREMENTIONED USES, INCLUDING DISTANCE SEPARATION REQUIREMENTS, LIMITATIONS ON NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS, AND PROHIBITIONS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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5:02 p.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Continued from March 22, 2017 - R5 ACommissioner Ricky Arriola
R5RAN 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, ENTITLED “ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES,” ARTICLE I, ENTITLED “IN GENERAL,” SECTION 6-3 THEREOF, ENTITLED “HOURS OF SALE,” TO PROHIBIT PACKAGE LIQUOR SALES BEFORE 8:00 A.M. EACH DAY AT RETAIL STORES (INCLUDING PACKAGE, GROCERY, CONVENIENCE, AND ANY OTHER RETAIL STORES, AS WELL AS GASOLINE STATIONS/SERVICE STATIONS) AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
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First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - R5 BCommissioner Joy Malakoff and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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CD-2 HEIGHT AND EXISTING NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS OF THE CITY CODE, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142, "ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS," ARTICLE II, "DISTRICT REGULATIONS", DIVISION 5, "CD-2, COMMERCIAL, MEDIUM-INTENSITY DISTRICT," SECTION 142-306, "DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS," BY AMENDING THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED HEIGHT AND NUMBER OF STORIES FOR SITES WITH EXISTING NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; REPEALER; SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

First ReadingPlanning
Deferred from March 1, 2017 - R5 PCommissioner Ricky Arriola
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LINCOLN ROAD - INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SPEAKER LOCATIONS:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 142, “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” ARTICLE II, “DISTRICT REGULATIONS,” DIVISION 6, “CD-3 COMMERCIAL, HIGH INTENSITY DISTRICT,” BY AMENDING SECTION 142-336 THEREOF, ENTITLED “LINCOLN ROAD REQUIREMENTS,” TO CREATE REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SPEAKERS ON LOTS FRONTING LINCOLN ROAD; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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First ReadingPlanning
Commissioner Joy Malakoff
R5UPARKING DISTRICT NO. 4 AMENDMENTS:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 130, OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, ENTITLED "OFF-STREET PARKING," ARTICLE II "DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS," TO ALLOW OFF-STREET PARKING TO BE PROVIDED IN PARKING DISTRICT NO. 4 FOR USES THAT DO NOT HAVE REQUIRED PARKING, WHICH ADDITIONAL PARKING SHALL NOT COUNT TOWARDS THE CALCULATION OF FLOOR AREA RATIO FOR A STRUCTURE WITH SUCH USES; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
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First ReadingPlanning
Commissioner Joy Malakoff
R5VOCEAN TERRACE OVERLAY - BALCONY PROJECTIONS:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 142, "ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS," OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AT ARTICLE III "OVERLAY DISTRICTS", DIVISION 11 "OCEAN TERRACE OVERLAY," AT SECTION 142-870.1, ENTITLED “COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS,” TO ALLOW EXTERIOR UNENCLOSED PRIVATE BALCONIES FOR BUILDINGS SITUATED ON PROPERTIES WITH AN UNDERLYING DESIGNATION OF MXE TO ENCROACH TEN (10) FEET INTO THE FRONT YARD SETBACK; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
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First ReadingPlanning
Commissioner Joy Malakoff
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1605, THE UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES SALARY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: CORRECTING SCRIVENER’S ERRORS TO THE PAY RANGES FOR THE CLASSIFICATIONS OF CITY MANAGER AND CITY ATTORNEY; AMENDING THE GRADES FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS: ASSISTANT DIVISION DIRECTOR - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGER, EXECUTIVE OFFICE ASSOCIATE II, GRANTS AND OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST II, PARALEGAL, PLANNER, AND PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING ANALYST; DELETING THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS WHICH WILL BE ADDED TO THE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES SALARY ORDINANCE NO. 789 UNDER  GROUP V REPRESENTED BY THE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA (GSAF): CODE COMPLIANCE SUPERVISOR, FIRE INSPECTION SUPERVISOR, POLICE RECORDS SUPERVISOR, PROPERTY/EVIDENCE SUPERVISOR, PUBLIC SAFETY PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR, SECURITY SPECIALIST, UTILITY BILLING SUPERVISOR, AND VICTIM'S ADVOCATE; DELETING THE FOLLOWING OBSOLETE CLASSIFICATIONS: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ADMINISTRATIVE-FINANCE, CHIEF ACCESSIBILITY INSPECTOR, CODE COMPLIANCE DIVISION DIRECTOR, CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, CURATOR OF COLLECTIONS, CURATOR OF EDUCATION, DEPARTMENTAL ADA COORDINATOR, PART-TIME, DEPUTY BUILDING DIRECTOR, DEPUTY CITY MANAGER, ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY LIAISON, HOUSING COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION DIRECTOR, LABOR RELATIONS DIRECTOR, LABOR RELATIONS MANAGER, LOG CABIN EDUCATION COORDINATOR, LOG CABIN EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST/JOB COORDINATOR, LOG CABIN INSTRUCTOR, LOG CABIN PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET ANALYST I, MARKETING AND TOURISM MANAGER, NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES DIRECTOR, PLANNING AND ZONING INSPECTOR, PROCUREMENT DIVISION DIRECTOR, PUBLIC SAFETY SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR, QUALITY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR, REGISTRAR, SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGER, AND STREETS/STORMWATER SUPERINTENDENT; DELETING A DUPLICATE CLASSIFICATION FOR CODE COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR; ADDING THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS AND ASSIGNING GRADES THERETO: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - PARKS AND RECREATION, ATHLETIC MANAGER,  CHIEF FIRE PROTECTION ANALYST, CHIEF OF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND SUSTAINABILITY, CHIEF OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION, CHIEF OF PLANNING AND ZONING, CHIEF OF URBAN DESIGN, CLIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST, CONTROLLER, CUSTOMER SERVICES MANAGER, DEPUTY RESILIENCY OFFICER, DIVISION DIRECTOR RISK MANAGEMENT AND BENEFITS, ENGINEER, ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTOR, FACILITIES ZONE MANAGER, GRANTS MANAGER, HOME/SHIP PROJECTS COORDINATOR, HOMELESS OUTREACH SPECIALIST, HUMAN RESOURCES RISK AND BENEFITS ANALYST, INCLUSIONARY AIDE, PARK RANGER SUPERVISOR, PARKS SUPERINTENDENT, POLICE INFORMATION RESOURCE SPECIALIST, PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING ANALYST II, PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING OFFICER II, PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING OFFICER III, PROCUREMENT COORDINATOR, PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, RECORDS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST, RECREATION PROGRAM ASSISTANT MANAGER, RECREATION PROGRAM MANAGER, SANITATION BUSINESS MANAGER, TENANT SERVICES COORDINATOR, TRANSPORTATION DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AND VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER; AMENDING THE ABBREVIATION FOR “UNCLASSIFIED” FROM “UNC” TO “UNCL”; AMENDING AND READOPTING ALL CLASSIFICATIONS AND GRADES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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First ReadingHuman Resources
Deferred from March 1, 2017 - R5 XCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 42 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ENTITLED “EMERGENCY SERVICES,” OF ARTICLE II, ENTITLED “ALARM SYSTEMS,” BY AMENDING DIVISION 3, ENTITLED “BURGLAR ALARMS,” BY CREATING SECTION 42-92, THEREOF TO BE ENTITLED “SECURITY CAMERA VOLUNTARY REGISTRATION PROGRAM,” BY PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS THAT INSTALL AND REGISTER SECURITY CAMERAS WITH THE CITY, AND FURTHER INCENTIVIZING THOSE PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS THAT DIRECTS A SECURITY CAMERA TOWARDS THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
Supplemental updated on 4/21/2017
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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,” ARTICLE IV, “USES IN PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY, DIVISION 5, “SIDEWALK CAFES,” SUBDIVISION I, “GENERALLY,” SECTION 82-370, “NOTICE OF VIOLATION,” TO REMOVE THE 24-HOUR WARNING REQUIREMENT FOR NON-LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS, AND TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS RELATING TO NOTICES OF VIOLATION; AMENDING SECTION 82-371, “CIVIL FINES AND PENALTIES; DENIAL OF FUTURE PERMITS TO REPEAT VIOLATORS; ENHANCED PENALTIES,” TO INCREASE PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE CITY’S SIDEWALK CAFE ORDINANCE AND TO PROVIDE FOR ENHANCED PENALTIES; AND AMENDING SECTIONS 82-372, “RIGHTS; PAYMENT OF FINE; RIGHT TO APPEAL; FAILURE TO PAY CIVIL FINE OR TO APPEAL,” AND 82-373, “RECOVERY OF UNPAID FINES; UNPAID FINES TO CONSTITUTE A LIEN; FORECLOSURE,” TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS RELATING TO ENFORCEMENT, PENALTIES, APPEALS, AND LIENS; AND AMENDING SUBDIVISION II, “PERMIT,” SECTION 82-382, “APPLICATION,” TO PROVIDE THAT A PERMITTEE WHO HAS BEEN ISSUED MORE THAN FOUR VIOLATIONS PURSUANT TO THIS ARTICLE SHALL BE PROHIBITED FROM APPLYING FOR AND OBTAINING A SIDEWALK CAFE PERMIT FOR THE FOLLOWING TWO CONSECUTIVE PERMIT YEARS; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney/Code Compliance
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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BUILDING PERMIT FEES:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 14, “ENTITLED “BUILDING REGULATIONS,” DIVISION 2, “PERMIT FEES,” AT SECTIONS 14-61, 14-62, 14-66, 14-67, 14-68, 14-70, AND 14-72 IN ORDER TO UPDATE CERTAIN BUILDING FEES; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
R7 - Resolutions
R7AA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17.
VIDEO11:00 a.m. Public HearingBudget and Performance Improvement
Deferred from March 1, 2017 - R7 ACommissioner Michael Grieco
R7B

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17; AND PROVIDING THAT THE $36 MILLION PREVIOUSLY ALLOCATED FROM VARIOUS FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE CITY’S LIGHT RAIL/MODERN STREETCAR PROJECT SHALL BE RE-PRIORITIZED AND USED SOLELY TO SUPPORT TRANSPORTATION-RELATED INITIATIVES AND PROJECTS INTENDED TO REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO TRANSIT PROJECTS THAT MAY BE DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION OR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, SUBJECT TO ANY SUCH PROJECTS SATISFYING THE AUTHORIZED USES FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL FUND.

VIDEO11:00 a.m. Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney / Budget & Performance Improvement
Mayor Philip Levine
R7C

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE FOURTH AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17.

VIDEO11:05 a.m. Public HearingBudget and Performance Improvement
Supplemental updated on 4/21/2017
R7D

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE GENERAL FUND, ENTERPRISE FUND, INTERNAL SERVICE FUND AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUND BUDGETS FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2016/17.

VIDEO11:06 a.m. Public HearingBudget and Performance Improvement
R7E

CONCURRENCY WAIVER - NORTH SHORE BANDSHELL:

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING PURSUANT TO SECTION 122-5(10), “EXEMPTIONS FROM CONCURRENCY,” OF THE CITY’S LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, THE EXEMPTION OF THE NORTH SHORE BANDSHELL, LOCATED AT 7251 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FROM THE CITY’S CONCURRENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CURRENT OPERATION AS AN OUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT SPACE AND “HALL FOR HIRE,” AS OPERATED BY THE RHYTHM FOUNDATION, INC.

VIDEO11:10 a.m. Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner Michael Grieco
R7F

CONCURRENCY WAIVER - MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDENS:

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING PURSUANT TO SECTION 122-5(10), “EXEMPTIONS FROM CONCURRENCY,” OF THE CITY’S LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, THE EXEMPTION OF THE MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN LOCATED AT 2000 CONVENTION CENTER DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH, FROM THE CITY’S CONCURRENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CURRENT OPERATION AS A “HALL FOR HIRE,” AS OPERATED BY THE MIAMI BEACH GARDEN CONSERVATORY, INC.

VIDEO11:15 a.m. Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner Michael Grieco
R7G

CONCURRENCY WAIVER - SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER:

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING PURSUANT TO SECTION 122-5(10), “EXEMPTIONS FROM CONCURRENCY,” OF THE CITY’S LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, THE EXEMPTION OF THE RONALD W. SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER, LOCATED AT 6500 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH, FROM THE CITY’S CONCURRENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CURRENT OPERATION OF A “HALL FOR HIRE,” AS LEASED AND OPERATED BY MIAMI BEACH WATERSPORTS, INC.

VIDEO11:20 a.m. Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner Michael Grieco
R7HA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING PURSUANT TO SECTION 142-425 OF THE CITY’S CODE, THE WAIVER OF CERTAIN REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE RONALD W. SHANE WATERSPORTS CENTER, LOCATED AT 6550 INDIAN CREEK DR, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; WAIVING BY A 5/7TH VOTE OF THE CITY COMMISSION, AFTER PUBLIC HEARING, THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS IN A GU (GOVERNMENT USE) DISTRICT, WHICH REGULATIONS ARE FOUND AT SECTION 142-422 AND 142-423, ENTITLED “MAIN PERMITTED USES,” AND “PRIVATE USES,” IN ORDER TO WAIVE THE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO A NEIGHBORHOOD IMPACT ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE CURRENT OPERATION OF THE A HALL FOR HIRE LOCATED AT THE CITY-OWNED RONALD W. SHANE WATERPORTS CENTER OWNED (LAND LEASE), AND OPERATED BY MIAMI BEACH WATERSPORTS INC.
VIDEO11:21 a.m. Public HearingPlanning
Commissioner Michael Grieco
R7I

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, FOLLOWING A DULY ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARING, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AND OF THE CITY MANAGER, AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CITY; AND APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A NEW LEASE AGREEMENT, SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION AS EXHIBIT “A”, BETWEEN THE CITY AND COLONY THEATER CAFE, INC. D/B/A SEGAFREDO (TENANT) FOR THE USE OF APPROXIMATELY 1,371 SQUARE FEET OF CITY-OWNED PROPERTY, LOCATED AT 1040 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA (PREMISES), FOR A PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS, COMMENCING NOVEMBER 1, 2017 AND EXPIRING OCTOBER 31, 2020, WITH TWO (2) RENEWAL OPTIONS FOR THREE (3) YEARS EACH, AT THE CITY’S SOLE DISCRETION.

VIDEO11:30 a.m. Public HearingTourism, Culture & Economic Development
R7JA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, SUPPORTING EFFORTS TO SEEK A COMMITMENT FROM FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT TO DISCONTINUE THE USE OF THE COOLING CANAL SYSTEM AT THE TURKEY POINT NUCLEAR POWER PLANT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - C7 ECommissioner Michael Grieco
R7KA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AND DIRECTING CITY STAFF TO IDENTIFY FUNDING FOR THE RECOMMENDED "PRIORITY 1" TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CENTRAL BAYSHORE NEIGHBORHOOD, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $500,000, AND APPROVING THE "PRIORITY 1" TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS SUBJECT TO CITY BUDGET APPROVAL.
VIDEOTransportation
Continued from March 1, 2017 - R7 J
R7L

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO REJECT ALL PROPOSALS RECEIVED, PURSUANT TO  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 2017-081-WG, FOR CITY MUNICIPAL PARKING GARAGE ADVERTISING SERVICES.

 

VIDEOMarketing and Communications/Procurement
R7MA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO REJECT ALL PROPOSALS RECEIVED, PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2017-005-WG, FOR FEDERAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES. 
VIDEOMayor’s Office/Procurement
R7NA 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 NEGOTIATE (ITN) 2017-097-WG FOR CITY EMPLOYEE HEALTHY CAFE; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH TASTE BAKERY CAFE, LLC., THE TOP RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, SHOULD THE ADMINISTRATION NOT BE SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING WITH TASTE BAKERY CAFE, LLC., AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH SANDEL BEACH, LLC., THE SECOND RANKED PROPOSER; AND FURTHER, PROVIDING THAT THE FINAL AGREEMENT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE ADVANCE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION.
Tourism, Culture & Economic Development/Procurement
Philip Levine, Mayor
R7OA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO AWARD AN AGREEMENT, PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 2016-205-KB, FOR DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II), TO DAVID MANCINI & SONS, INC., WITH THE GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE (GMP) IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,692,720.01; AUTHORIZING A TEN PERCENT (10%) OWNER'S CONTINGENCY FOR THE PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $669,272.00; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A DESIGN BUILD AGREEMENT WITH DAVID MANCINI & SONS, INC.
VIDEOPublic Works/Procurement
R7P

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER (AS FURTHER SET FORTH IN THE CITY COMMISSION MEMORANDUM ACCOMPANYING THIS RESOLUTION) AND WAIVING, BY5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CITY, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO NEGOTIATE AN AGREEMENT WITH MYEQUILIBRIA IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $175,000.00, FOR THE OUTDOOR FITNESS EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATION WITHIN THE MUSCLE BEACH AREA OF LUMMUS PARK; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS.

 

VIDEOParks and Recreation
R7Q

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE FINDINGS AND WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER WITH RESPECT TO THE INDIAN CREEK DRIVE/STATE ROAD (SR) A1A, 26 STREET TO 41 STREET - FLOODING MITIGATION PROJECT (THE "PROJECT"), AND CERTIFYING A VALID PUBLIC EMERGENCY PURSUANT TO SUBSECTIONS 287.055(3)(a)(1) AND (9)(c)(6), FLORIDA STATUTES; AND, AS PERMITTED PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION 2-367(e) OF THE CITY CODE, WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, FINDING FURTHER THAT THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CITY WOULD BE SERVED BY SUCH WAIVER; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO NEGOTIATE AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH RIBBECK ENGINEERING, APPROVED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION NO. 2016-29456, FOR THE PROJECT; SAID AMENDMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $863,171.92 PLUS A $86,317.19 CONTINGENCY, FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $949,489.11, TO PROVIDE FOR THE PREPARATION OF A SET OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS FROM 25TH TO 26TH STREET, AND 26TH TO 41ST STREET, INCLUDING SIDE STREETS ALONG THE ENTIRE PROJECT LIMITS, WITH THE CONSTRUCTION PLANS TO INCLUDE ROADWAY, TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS, SEAWALL, DRAINAGE, SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS, LIGHTING AND SIGNALIZATION COMPONENTS, AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS.

VIDEOPublic Works
Supplemental updated on 4/21/2017
R7RA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, REAFFIRMING A COMMITMENT TO THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A STORMWATER SYSTEM WITH SUFFICIENT CAPACITY TO HANDLE BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STORMWATER RUNOFF IN THE CITY AND DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO DEVELOP A POLICY AND ENGINEERING SOLUTION FOR PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN THE CITY’S MUNICIPAL STORMWATER SYSTEM.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
R7S

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MMOA), ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT 1, BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT), WHICH WOULD CONVEY FULL LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE CITY, FOR THE ENHANCED LANDSCAPING ON THE EAST SIDE OF ALTON ROAD, BETWEEN 6TH STREET AND 7TH STREET; AND REQUIRE EDELMAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (THE "PROPERTY OWNER") OF 633 ALTON ROAD, TO EXECUTE A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT 2, WHICH RESTRICTIONS WOULD ENSURE REIMBURSEMENT TO THE CITY OF THE LANDSCAPING IMPROVEMENTS AND MAINTENANCE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE MMOA.

VIDEOPublic Works
R7T

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT AN ADDITIONAL ESCALATOR, ELEVATOR AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS AT THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER (MBCC), FOR A DIRECT CONNECTION FROM THE EXHIBIT HALLS TO THE NEW GRAND BALLROOM, FOR THE BENEFIT OF ART BASEL AND OTHER FUTURE EVENTS AT THE MBCC, WITH CONSTRUCTION OF THE ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS SUBJECT TO AND CONTINGENT UPON EXECUTION OF A LONG-TERM LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH ART BASEL U.S. CORP.; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AMENDMENT TO THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND FENTRESS ARCHITECTS FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES RELATED TO THE DESIGN REVISIONS, IN THE NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF $124,240.

VIDEOConvention Center District
R7UA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO PROCEED WITH A CONSULTANT SERVICE ORDER TO ENGAGE DESMAN, INC. TO PREPARE DESIGNS FOR A PARKING GARAGE STRUCTURE, AND A NEW RECREATIONAL PARK WITH A SKATE PARK AND COMMUNITY USE SPACE, AT THE 72ND STREET PARKING LOT SITE BETWEEN 72ND AND 73RD STREETS, AND BETWEEN COLLINS AND HARDING AVENUES, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND DESMAN, INC. FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN CRITERIA PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR MIXED-USE PARKING GARAGES ON AN “AS-NEEDED-BASIS” PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2016-124-KB; AND, FURTHER, DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO PREPARE A BUDGET ITEM REQUEST FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE PROJECT IN THE CITY’S FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 BUDGET.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman & Co-sponsored by Commissioner Malakoff
Supplemental updated on 4/24/2017
R7VA RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SUSTAINABILITY & RESILIENCY COMMITTEE AND THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO TRANSITION TO NON-GAS POWERED LEAF BLOWERS FOR CITY OPERATIONS AND CONTRACTORS.
VIDEOPublic Works
Commissioner Michael Grieco
R7W

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, WHICH WAS ISSUED AT THE MARCH 17, 2017 MEETING, AND RECOMMENDS THAT THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION NOT APPROVE OR AUTHORIZE ANY COMMERCIAL BUSINESS CONCESSION AGREEMENT(S) FOR THE BARRY KUTUN BOAT RAMP. 

VIDEOParks and Recreation
ITEM MOVED FROM C7 S
R7XA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA AND SAVINO & MILLER DESIGN STUDIO, P.A., DATED MAY 19, 2016, FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE FUTURE COMMUNITY PARK (FORMER PAR 3) PROJECT; AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXERCISE THE CITY’S RIGHT TO TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 10.3 OF THE AGREEMENT.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Joy Malakoff and co-sponsored by Commissioners Aleman & Arriola
Addendum added on 4/24/2017
R7YA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, OPPOSING SENATE BILL 1312, AND RELATED HOUSE BILL 1021, AND URGING FLORIDA GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT TO VETO ANY SUCH LEGISLATION WITH REGARD TO PROVISIONS THAT A) RETROACTIVELY PREEMPT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FROM IMPOSING REGULATIONS ON CERTAIN BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION, OR AESTHETIC REQUIREMENTS THAT CONFLICT WITH OR IMPAIR CORPORATE TRADEMARKS, LOGOS, AND OTHER FEATURES OF CORPORATE BRANDING IDENTITY; B) REQUIRE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO CALCULATE THE COST SAVINGS TO OWNERS AND CONTRACTORS WHEN USING PRIVATE PROVIDERS FOR PLANS REVIEWS AND BUILDING INSPECTIONS, AND TO CALCULATE AND REDUCE PERMIT FEES ACCORDINGLY; C) PREEMPT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND PUBLIC OR PRIVATE UTILITIES FROM CHARGING HIGHER WATER AND SEWER RATES TO A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING THAT REQUIRES A LARGER WATER METER DUE TO THE INSTALLATION OF FIRE SPRINKLERS THAN THE RATES CHARGED TO SUCH DWELLINGS WITH A BASE METER; AND THAT D) PREEMPT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FROM REQUIRING OWNERS TO OBTAIN PERMITS TO PAINT ONE-FAMILY AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLINGS.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Ricky Arriola
Addendum added on 4/25/2017
R7ZA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, STRONGLY OPPOSING SENATE BILL 8 AND RE-AFFIRMING THE CITY’S LONG-STANDING POLICY AGAINST CASINO GAMBLING.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Ricky Arriola & Co-sponsored by Commissioner Joy Malakoff
Addendum added on 4/25/2017
R9 - New Business and Commission Requests
R9ABOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS.
VIDEOOffice 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 REGARDING THE CITY'S POLICY ON FIRST RESPONDERS CONTRACTING DISEASE ON DUTY, AND THE PASSAGE OF A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING STATE EFFORTS TO PROTECT POLICE OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS IN THIS REGARD.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Grieco
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - R9 C
R9EDISCUSSION ITEM TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE FROM THE COUNTY REGARDING MOSQUITO CONTROL EFFORTS AND STRATEGIES.
Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - R9 B
R9FDISCUSSION REGARDING POSSIBLE USE OF FLAMINGO PARK TENNIS COURTS DURING THE INTERNATIONAL TENNIS FEDERATION TOURNAMENTS SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 2017.
Tourism, Culture and Economic Development
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - R9 F
R9GUPDATE ON BUS SHELTER DESIGN NEGOTIATIONS PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2016-116-KB FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR NEW BUS SHELTERS.
Transportation
Deferred from March 22, 2017 - R9 D
R9HDISCUSSION REGARDING POTENTIALLY RENAMING NORTH SHORE OPEN SPACE PARK, REFERRED FROM THE JANUARY 27, 2017 NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING.
VIDEOParks and Recreation
Deferred from March 1, 2017 - R9 H
R9IDISCUSSION REGARDING MUHAMMAD ALI WEIGH-IN SCALE, 1964; MUHAMMAD ALI HALL OF CHAMPIONS MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER PLAQUE, 1991; MUHAMMAD ALI AUTOGRAPHED COLOR PHOTOGRAPH, 1999; AND THREE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER RENOVATION PLAQUES; ALL ITEMS WERE FORMERLY LOCATED AT THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AND ARE NOW STORED AT SPECTRA’S OPA-LOCKA STORAGE FACILITY.  
VIDEOTourism, Culture and Economic Development
Deferred from March 1, 2017 - R9 I
R9JDISCUSS RAISING STREETS HIGHER THAN OUR HOMES.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
Continued from March 1, 2017 - R9 S
R9KDISCUSSION REGARDING PROVIDING ON-DEMAND TRANSPORTATION SERVICE TO LOW-DEMAND AREAS.
VIDEOTransportation
R9LUPDATE ON PILOT PARKLET PROGRAM ON WASHINGTON AVENUE BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND LINCOLN ROAD.
VIDEOTransportation
R9MDISCUSSION ITEM REGARDING AIRBNB IN MIAMI BEACH.
Mayor Philip Levine
R9N

UPDATE ON THE STATE LEGISLATIVE SESSION.

VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
R9OUPDATE ON THE PROGRESS MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATION TO IMPLEMENT TROLLEY SERVICE FROM MIAMI BEACH TO THE WYNWOOD AND MIDTOWN MIAMI NEIGHBORHOODS.
Transportation
Vice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9PDISCUSSION REGARDING IMPLEMENTATION OF EXPRESS TROLLEY SERVICE ALONG COLLINS AVENUE CONNECTING NORTH, MID AND SOUTH BEACH.
VIDEOTransportation
R9QPRESENTATION CELEBRATING THE SUCCESS OF THE MIAMI BEACH YOUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE.
VIDEOCommissioner John Elizabeth Aleman
R9RDISCUSSION REGARDING BEST PRACTICES FOR BEACH SAND SIFTING.
VIDEOOffice of City Manager
Commissioner Michael Grieco
R9SDISCUSSION REGARDING A SKATE PARK/PARKING STRUCTURE AT THE 72ND STREET (P92) PARKING LOT.
VIDEOTourism, Culture, and Economic Development
R9TDISCUSS POTENTIAL FILM INCENTIVES FOR MIAMI BEACH TO SUPPORT THE FILM AND TELEVISION INDUSTRY ON A LOCAL LEVEL.
VIDEOTourism, Culture and Economic Development
Supplemental updated on 4/25/2017
R9UDISCUSS POTENTIAL USES FOR THE COLLINS PARK ROTUNDA.
VIDEOTourism, Culture and Economic Development
R9VDISCUSSION REGARDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF WORKFORCE HOUSING INCLUDING ARTISTS AT THE CITY-OWNED LOT WITHIN THE COLLINS PARK NEIGHBORHOOD.
VIDEOHousing and Community Services
Commissioners Joy Malakoff and Ricky Arriola
R9WDISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY TRAFFIC ALERT SYSTEM'S SHORTCOMINGS AND BEST PRACTICES MOVING FORWARD.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Grieco
R9XDISCUSSION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF AN INTERCEPTOR GARAGE AT THE SURFACE PARKING LOTP-23, LOCATED AT 1623 WEST AVENUE AND ALL REQUIRED WAIVERS.
VIDEOCapital Improvement Projects
R9Y

DISCUSSION OF WASHINGTON AVENUE PARKING AND WORKFORCE HOUSING OPTIONS.

VIDEOCapital Improvement Projects
R9ZDISCUSSION REGARDING THE LOBBYISTS IN TALLAHASSEE.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9AADISCUSSION REGARDING A PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION THAT CELEBRATES DIVERSITY IN OUR COMMUNITY, AS REQUESTED BY THE LGBTQ ADVISORY COMMITTEE.
VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
R9ABDISCUSSION REGARDING ALLOCATING MORE RESOURCES FOR SPAYING AND NEUTERING CATS IN MIAMI BEACH.
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
R9ACDISCUSSION REGARDING POTENTIAL LEASE WITH THE VENTURE CITY FOR COMMERCIAL SPACE AT 1661 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Tourism, Culture and Economic Development
R9ADDISCUSSION REGARDING DEFAULT ON SOUTH POINTE PARK FOUNTAIN CONTRACTOR AND FUTURE AWARDED PROJECT FOR NIKKI BEACH/PIER PARK PARKING LOT.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Grieco
R9AEDISCUSSION REGARDING THE CREATION OF A SIX-MUNICIPALITY LOCAL COUNCIL TO RECOMMEND ACTIONS CONCERNING TRANSIT, RESILIENCY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND WATERWAYS.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Vice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9AFDISCUSS HAVING MIAMI BEACH COMMIT TO ENSURING THAT ALL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS WILL BE POWERED BY 100% RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9AGDISCUSSION TO EXPLORE BRINGING THE WYNWOOD YARD CONCEPT TO NORTH BEACH.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R9AHDISCUSSION REGARDING THE PROGRESS OF THE TEN POINT PLAN FOR OCEAN DRIVE.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
Supplemental updated on 4/24/2017
R9AI

DISCUSS THE REQUEST FROM THE UPPER NORTH BAY ROAD HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION THAT THE CITY COMMISSION DIRECT THAT THE PROPOSED STREET DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT AND ELEVATION PROJECT, ENCOMPASSING THE AREA OF NORTH BAY ROAD, FROM 50TH TO 65TH STREET, BE DEFERRED AND DELAYED FOR AT LEAST 5 TO 10 YEARS, AND AT SUCH FUTURE TIME WHEN THE PROJECT IS SLATED FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD, THAT THE PROJECT BE READDRESSED WITH THE RESIDENTS.

VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9AJDISCUSSION REGARDING SETTING A DATE FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD STREET-RAISING/STORM WATER SPECIAL COMMISSION MEETING/WORKSHOP.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9AK

DISCUSSION AND UPDATE ON THE TRAFFIC STUDY THAT WAS CONDUCTED IN NORTH BEACH, SPECIFICALLY ALONG INDIAN CREEK.


VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
R9ALDISCUSSION REGARDING MEMORIAL DAY AIR & SEA SHOW.
VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
R9AMDISCUSSION REGARDING HOW EVALUATION COMMITTEES ARE CREATED.
VIDEOCommissioner Ricky Arriola
R9AN

DISCUSS PLACING STOPS SIGNS AND CROSSWALKS AT THE INTERSECTION OF PARK AVENUE AND 22ND STREET (SOUTHBOUND AND NORTHBOUND).


VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
R9AO

DISCUSS WHY THE SEAGRASS KEEPS DYING IN BISCAYNE; IMPACTING WATER CLARITY AND MARINE LIFE.

VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
Addendum added on 4/24/2017
R9APPRESENTATION BY THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COMMISSION ON ETHICS AND PUBLIC TRUST ON THE FINDINGS OF THE 2016 ETHICS QUESTIONNAIRE ADMINISTERED TO CITY OF MIAMI BEACH EMPLOYEES.
VIDEOMayor Philip Levine
Addendum added on 4/25/2017
R9AQDISCUSSION REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF CAMERAS ON UPPER NORTH BAY ROAD, DUE TO RECENT INCIDENTS OF BURGLARIES/ROBBERIES IN THE AREA.
VIDEOVice-Mayor Kristen Rosen Gonzalez
Addendum added on 4/25/2017
R10ACITY ATTORNEY’S STATUS REPORT.
Office 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
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.
4.2017 COMMISSION MEETING DATES.
5.

ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE APRIL 26, 2017 COMMISSION MEETING.

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