Commission Meeting
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September 17, 2021 - 8:30 AM

 

Mayor Dan Gelber

Commissioner Ricky Arriola

Commissioner Michael Gongora

Commissioner Steven Meiner

Commissioner David Richardson

Commissioner Mark Samuelian

Commissioner Micky Steinberg


City Manager Alina T. Hudak
City Attorney Raul J. Aguila
City Clerk Rafael E. Granado


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AGENDA KEY  

Consent Agenda:

Regular Agenda:

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

R2 - Competitive Bid Reports

C4 - Commission Committee Assignments

R5 - Ordinances

C6 - Commission Committee Reports

R7 - Resolutions

C7 - Resolutions

R9 - New Businesses & Commission Requests

 

R10 - City Attorney Reports        



PA - Presentations and Awards        


 

 

 

 

AGENDA

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


CONSENT AGENDA
C2 - Competitive Bid Reports
C2AREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) 2021-349-KB PRIVATE PROPERTY ADAPTATION PROGRAM ASSESSMENT CONSULTING SERVICES.
Office of the City Manager/Procurement
C2BREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) 2021-207-AY URBAN FORESTRY SERVICES.
Environment and Sustainability/Procurement
C2CREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) 2021-350-KB FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOTS ON COLLINS AVENUE BETWEEN 75TH AND 76TH STREETS.
VIDEOFacilities and Fleet Management/Procurement
C2DREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) 2021-320-AY FOR FITNESS PROGRAMMING AT LUMMUS PARK.
Parks and Recreation/Procurement
C2EREQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO AWARD A CONTRACT PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) 2021-195-DF FOR PURCHASE OR LEASING OF MOTORCYCLES.
Police/Procurement
C4 - Committee Assignments
C4AREFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE A DISCUSSION REGARDING ESTABLISHING A LIGHT FESTIVAL ALONG OCEAN DRIVE.
Tourism and Culture
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4BREFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS POTENTIAL COVID RELIEF FOR THE LINCOLN ROAD ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLE MARKET.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4CREFERRAL TO THE SEPTEMBER 24, 2021 FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS POSSIBLE BUSINESS RETENTION INCENTIVES FOR GROOT HOSPITALITY.
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
C4DREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE STATUS OF THE CITY'S TRANSITION FROM GAS LEAF BLOWERS AND ANY POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES TO REDUCE USAGE.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Co-sponsored by Commissioners Michael Gongora and Micky Steinberg
C4EREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS SHORT-TERM FLOODING SOLUTIONS IN AREAS SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING WITH NO FORTHCOMING INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4FREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT'S CURRENT BUILDING ASSESSMENTS AND POTENTIAL POLICY CHANGES.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4GREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS QUALITY OF LIFE STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH FUTURE AND EXISTING APARTMENT HOTELS IN SOUTH OF FIFTH.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4HREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION REGARDING PRESERVATION OPTIONS FOR EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES IN MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
C4IREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE OF A DISCUSSION ITEM TO CONSIDER AMENDING THE CITY’S LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS TO EXTINGUISH THE GRANDFATHERING OF MOTOR SCOOTER RENTALS AS LEGAL, NON-CONFORMING USES AS OF A DATE CERTAIN, WITH THE FINAL DATE FOR THE TERMINATION OF MOTOR SCOOTER RENTALS IN THE CITY TO BE BASED UPON AN AMORTIZATION TIMELINE TO BE ESTABLISHED AS PART OF THE PROPOSED LEGISLATION.
Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner David Richardson and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4JREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE - AMEND REGULATIONS ON MINIMUM DISTANCE SEPARATION BETWEEN PACKAGE STORES.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
C4KREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE - CLARIFY THAT HOURS FOR PACKAGE LIQUOR SALES SET FORTH IN CHAPTER 6 OF THE CITY CODE ALSO APPLY TO DELIVERIES FROM PACKAGE STORES.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
C4LREFERRAL TO THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE AND THE PLANNING BOARD - PROHIBIT NEW PACKAGE STORES ALONG THE ALTON ROAD CORRIDOR.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
C4MREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD AND THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE TO REVIEW AND PROVIDE RECOMMENDATIONS ON POTENTIAL LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATION AMENDMENTS ALLOWING FOR THE USE OF LOWER IMPACT MEDICAL USE IN RM3 AND RM2 DISTRICTS AS WELL AS PARKING GARAGES IN RM2 DISTRICTS.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4NREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD - PROHIBITION OF TOWING AS A CONDITIONAL USE IN THE SUNSET HARBOR L-1 ZONING DISTRICT.
Planning
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - C4 PCommissioner Michael Gongora
C4OREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS INSTALLING SIGNS NEAR CITY CAMERAS TO ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C4PREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION REGARDING THE 63RD STREET BRIDGE SCHEDULE.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4QREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION REGARDING A NEW YEAR'S EVE OR DAY MUSICAL EVENT ON MIAMI BEACH, WHICH FITS WITHIN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH COMMITMENT TO RE-BRAND AS AN ARTS AND CULTURAL DESTINATION.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4RREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE COMMITTEE OF QUALITY OF EDUCATION’S MOTION CONCERNING THE FEASIBILITY OF PROVIDING ADDITIONAL POLICE SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICERS.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
C4SREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE AND THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FUNDS TO BUILD AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C4TREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOODS AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE (NQLC), TO DISCUSS WHETHER THE CITY SHOULD REQUIRE BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATIONS TO INCLUDE A PROPERTY OWNER’S EMAIL ADDRESS, IN ADDITION TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESS FOR THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR PULLING THE PERMIT, TO ENSURE THAT PROPERTY OWNERS ARE TIMELY NOTIFIED THAT THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT HAS PROVIDED COMMENTS AND/OR APPROVALS REGARDING THEIR BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
C4UREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS COMPLAINTS REGARDING ENFORCEMENT OF VIOLATIONS OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND CITY NOISE ORDINANCES, INCLUDING EXCESSIVE NOISE THAT IS PLAINLY AUDIBLE AT A DISTANCE OF MORE THAN 100 FEET BETWEEN 11:00 P.M. - AND 7:00 A.M.  
Commissioner Steven Meiner
C4VREFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS LAUNCHING A HEALTH AND WELLNESS INITIATIVE.
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
C4WREFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE BETTER BUS PROGRAM AND ITS IMPACT ON MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS, PARTICULARLY SENIORS.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
C4XREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD - CREATE DEFINITION FOR RETAIL FULFILLMENT CENTERS AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS, INCLUDING IDENTIFYING DISTRICTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY WHERE RETAIL FULFILLMENT CENTERS MAY BE PERMITTED, CONDITIONAL AND/OR PROHIBITED USES.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
C4YREFERRAL TO NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS PLANNING DEPARTMENT AND BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
C4ZREFERRAL TO THE PLANNING BOARD – CPS2 INCENTIVES FOR CLASS A OFFICE SPACE.
Planning
Commissioner Michael Gongora and Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Addendum added on 9/15/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
C6 - Commission Committee Reports
C6AREPORT OF THE JULY 16, 2021 FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE BUDGET BRIEFING MEETING: 1. FISCAL YEAR 2022 PRELIMINARY CAPITAL BUDGET UPDATE. 2. FISCAL YEAR 2022 PRELIMINARY OPERATING BUDGET. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE LGBTQ ADVISORY COMMITTEE MOTION REGARDING FUNDING FOR LGBTQ COMMUNITY INITIATIVES. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING OPTIONS TO ADDRESS FUNDING GAP FOR 72ND STREET COMMUNITY COMPLEX AND OTHER PROJECTS. 5. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE NORMANDY SHORES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT'S ANNUAL BUDGET. 6. DISCUSSION ON THE POSSIBLE FUNDING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STOP THE BLEED KITS AT ALL OUR MIAMI BEACH AND FEEDER PATTERN SCHOOLS. 7. DISCUSSION ON DUAL ENROLLMENT TRANSCRIPT COSTS TO MIAMI BEACH STUDENTS. 8. DISCUSS THE COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION’S MOTION ASKING THAT THE CITY PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR SCHOOL PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF AREAS. 9. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUNDING FOR THE SOUTH BEACH JAZZ FESTIVAL. 10. DISCUSS CREATING A POSITION FOR A SINGLE-FAMILY HOME PERMITTING OMBUDSMAN. 11. DISCUSS THE POTENTIAL FOR PEDESTRIAN ENHANCEMENTS IN THE OCEAN DRIVE, LINCOLN ROAD, AND ESPANOLA WAY COMMERCIAL CORRIDORS. 12. DISCUSSION ON THE CITY’S DEPENDENCE ON TOURISM REVENUES AND HOW TO MITIGATE. 13. DISCUSS VESTED EMPLOYEES IN TIER B THAT HAVE BEEN REHIRED IN TIER C. 14. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING TEN YEAR VESTING FOR ALL FUTURE EMPLOYEES. 15. DISCUSS THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH ADMINISTRATIVE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR POLICE AND PARKING TOWING PERMITS, AS REVISED; AND ALSO, TO DISCUSS COMMISSIONER RICHARDSON’S PROPOSAL REGARDING AMENDING THE CODE TO ALLOW FOR ADDITIONAL POLICE AND PARKING TOWING PERMITTEES; THE VIABILITY OF BRINGING TOWING IN-HOUSE; AND A DRAFT COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TOWING PERMITS; AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE TO ACCOMMODATE THE SAME. 16. DISCUSS THE COST ASSOCIATED WITH THE CITY'S PLAN TO REMOVE AND RELOCATED PALM TREES, DISCUSS THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES ON MARKETING, BRANDING, AND PROPERTY VALUES AS A RESULT OF REDUCING THE PERCENTAGE OF PALM TREES IN MIAMI BEACH, DISCUSS THE COST OF MAINTAINING SHADE TREES, INCLUDING SANITATION AND LEAF BLOWING COST. 17. DISCUSS COMPONENTS OF THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING, AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION FOR AN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER. 18. DISCUSS A NEW LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH (LANDLORD) AND MASSAGE OF SOUTH BEACH, INC. (TENANT) FOR APPROXIMATELY 1,803 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE LOCATED AT 1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE, UNIT 2 (A/K/A 777 17TH STREET), MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE (5) YEARS, WITH TWO (2) SUCCESSIVE TWO-YEAR RENEWAL TERMS. 19. DISCUSS (1) INCREASING THE CITY’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TREE PRESERVATION TRUST FUND; AND (2) THE FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY OF USING THE WEST LOTS (OR A PORTION THEREOF) FOR THE CULTIVATION OF TREES THAT ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE IN A NURSERY SETTING, FOR FUTURE INSTALLATION THROUGHOUT THE CITY AS PART OF THE CITY’S PUBLIC PROJECTS. 20. DISCUSS FUNDING BOLLARDS ALONG THE BEACHWALK. 21. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITY'S HOMELESS WALK-IN CENTER. 22. DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION. 23. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE STATUS AND PLAN FOR THE BARCLAY PLAZA APARTMENTS. 24. AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE I, ENTITLED “IN GENERAL,” BY AMENDING SECTION 6-3 THEREOF, ENTITLED “HOURS OF SALE/VIOLATIONS,” BY REQUIRING THOSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS LOCATED ON OCEAN DRIVE, BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 15TH STREET, POSSESSING A 5 A.M. ALCOHOL LICENSE AND SELLING OR SERVING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE(S) LATER THAN 12 A.M., TO RETAIN THE SERVICES OF AN OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER, FROM 12 A.M. UNTIL THIRTY (30) MINUTES PAST THE CLOSING TIME OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENT, FOR ALL SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS (AND ALL SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS FOR THOSE HOLIDAY WEEKENDS OR CITY-SPONSORED EVENTS) DURING WHICH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE SOLD OR SERVED BEYOND 12 A.M.; ESTABLISHING EXCEPTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 25. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING A MIAMI BEACH BASED VENDOR PREFERENCE. 26. DISCUSSION TO IDENTIFY FUNDING SOURCES FOR UPCOMING SEAWALL NEEDS. 27. UPDATE FROM THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT REGARDING STEPS TAKEN TO STREAMLINE THE BUSINESS PERMITTING PROCESS, IMPROVE BUSINESS RETENTION, AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES. 28. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. 29. REGARDING CRYPTOCURRENCY IN MIAMI BEACH.
Finance
C6BREPORT OF THE JULY 23, 2021 FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE BUDGET BRIEFING MEETING: 1.  FISCAL YEAR 2022 PRELIMINARY OPERATING & CAPITAL BUDGET UPDATE. 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE NORMANDY SHORES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT'S ANNUAL BUDGET. 3. DISCUSSION ON THE POSSIBLE FUNDING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STOP THE BLEED KITS AT ALL OUR MIAMI BEACH AND FEEDER PATTERN SCHOOLS. 4. DISCUSSION ON DUAL ENROLLMENT TRANSCRIPT COSTS TO MIAMI BEACH STUDENTS. 5. DISCUSS THE COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION’S MOTION ASKING THAT THE CITY PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR SCHOOL PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF AREAS. 6. DISCUSS CREATING A POSITION FOR A SINGLE-FAMILY HOME PERMITTING OMBUDSMAN. 7. DISCUSS SPONSORSHIP OF THE SOUTH BEACH JAZZ FESTIVAL 8. DISCUSS THE POTENTIAL FOR PEDESTRIAN ENHANCEMENTS IN THE OCEAN DRIVE, LINCOLN ROAD, AND ESPANOLA WAY COMMERCIAL CORRIDORS. 9. DISCUSSION ON THE CITY’S DEPENDENCE ON TOURISM REVENUES AND HOW TO MITIGATE. 10. DISCUSS VESTED EMPLOYEES IN TIER B THAT HAVE BEEN REHIRED IN TIER C. 11. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING TEN YEAR VESTING FOR ALL FUTURE EMPLOYEES. 12. DISCUSS THE COST ASSOCIATED WITH THE CITY'S PLAN TO REMOVE AND RELOCATED PALM TREES, DISCUSS THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES ON MARKETING, BRANDING, AND PROPERTY VALUES AS A RESULT OF REDUCING THE PERCENTAGE OF PALM TREES IN MIAMI BEACH, DISCUSS THE COST OF MAINTAINING SHADE TREES, INCLUDING SANITATION AND LEAF BLOWING COST. 13. DISCUSS COMPONENTS OF THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING, AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION FOR AN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER. 14. DISCUSS A NEW LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH (LANDLORD) AND MASSAGE OF SOUTH BEACH, INC. (TENANT) FOR APPROXIMATELY 1,803 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE LOCATED AT 1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE, UNIT 2 (A/K/A 777 17TH STREET), MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE (5) YEARS, WITH TWO (2) SUCCESSIVE TWO-YEAR RENEWAL TERMS. 15. DISCUSS (1) INCREASING THE CITY’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TREE PRESERVATION TRUST FUND; AND (2) THE FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY OF USING THE WEST LOTS (OR A PORTION THEREOF) FOR THE CULTIVATION OF TREES THAT ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE IN A NURSERY SETTING, FOR FUTURE INSTALLATION THROUGHOUT THE CITY AS PART OF THE CITY’S PUBLIC PROJECTS. 16. DISCUSS FUNDING BOLLARDS ALONG THE BEACHWALK. 17. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITY'S HOMELESS WALK-IN CENTER. 18. DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION. 19. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING A MIAMI BEACH BASED VENDOR PREFERENCE. 20. AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE I, ENTITLED “IN GENERAL,” BY AMENDING SECTION 6-3 THEREOF, ENTITLED “HOURS OF SALE/VIOLATIONS,” BY REQUIRING THOSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS LOCATED ON OCEAN DRIVE, BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 15TH STREET, POSSESSING A 5 A.M. ALCOHOL LICENSE AND SELLING OR SERVING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE(S) LATER THAN 12 A.M., TO RETAIN THE SERVICES OF AN OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER, FROM 12 A.M. UNTIL THIRTY (30) MINUTES PAST THE CLOSING TIME OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENT, FOR ALL SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS (AND ALL SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS FOR THOSE HOLIDAY WEEKENDS OR CITY-SPONSORED EVENTS) DURING WHICH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE SOLD OR SERVED BEYOND 12 A.M.; ESTABLISHING EXCEPTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 21. DISCUSS THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH ADMINISTRATIVE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR POLICE AND PARKING TOWING PERMITS, AS REVISED; AND ALSO, TO DISCUSS COMMISSIONER RICHARDSON’S PROPOSAL REGARDING AMENDING THE CODE TO ALLOW FOR ADDITIONAL POLICE AND PARKING TOWING PERMITTEES; THE VIABILITY OF BRINGING TOWING IN-HOUSE; AND A DRAFT COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TOWING PERMITS; AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE TO ACCOMMODATE THE SAME. 22. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE STATUS AND PLAN FOR THE BARCLAY PLAZA APARTMENTS. 23. DISCUSSION TO IDENTIFY FUNDING SOURCES FOR UPCOMING SEAWALL NEEDS. 24. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. 25. UPDATE FROM THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT REGARDING STEPS TAKEN TO STREAMLINE THE BUSINESS PERMITTING PROCESS, IMPROVE BUSINESS RETENTION, AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES. 26. DISCUSSION REGARDING CRYPTOCURRENCY IN MIAMI BEACH.
Finance
C6CREPORT OF THE JULY 30, 2021 FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE MEETING: 1. DISCUSSION REGARDING OPTIONS TO ADDRESS FUNDING GAP FOR 72ND STREET COMMUNITY COMPLEX AND OTHER PROJECTS. 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION. 3. DISCUSS VESTED EMPLOYEES IN TIER B THAT HAVE BEEN REHIRED IN TIER C. 4. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING TEN YEAR VESTING FOR ALL FUTURE EMPLOYEES. 5. DISCUSS THE COST ASSOCIATED WITH THE CITY'S PLAN TO REMOVE AND RELOCATED PALM TREES, DISCUSS THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES ON MARKETING, BRANDING, AND PROPERTY VALUES AS A RESULT OF REDUCING THE PERCENTAGE OF PALM TREES IN MIAMI BEACH, DISCUSS THE COST OF MAINTAINING SHADE TREES, INCLUDING SANITATION AND LEAF BLOWING COST. 6 DISCUSS COMPONENTS OF THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING, AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION FOR AN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER. 7. DISCUSS SPONSORSHIP OF THE SOUTH BEACH JAZZ FESTIVAL. 8. DISCUSS A NEW LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH (LANDLORD) AND MASSAGE OF SOUTH BEACH, INC. (TENANT) FOR APPROXIMATELY 1,803 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE LOCATED AT 1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE, UNIT 2 (A/K/A 777 17TH STREET), MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE (5) YEARS, WITH TWO (2) SUCCESSIVE TWO-YEAR RENEWAL TERMS. 9. DISCUSS IMPLEMENTING A MIAMI BEACH BASED VENDOR PREFERENCE. 10. DISCUSS (1) INCREASING THE CITY’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TREE PRESERVATION TRUST FUND; AND (2) THE FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY OF USING THE WEST LOTS (OR A PORTION THEREOF) FOR THE CULTIVATION OF TREES THAT ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE IN A NURSERY SETTING, FOR FUTURE INSTALLATION THROUGHOUT THE CITY AS PART OF THE CITY’S PUBLIC PROJECTS. 11. DISCUSS THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH ADMINISTRATIVE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR POLICE AND PARKING TOWING PERMITS, AS REVISED; AND ALSO, TO DISCUSS COMMISSIONER RICHARDSON’S PROPOSAL REGARDING AMENDING THE CODE TO ALLOW FOR ADDITIONAL POLICE AND PARKING TOWING PERMITTEES; THE VIABILITY OF BRINGING TOWING IN-HOUSE; AND A DRAFT COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TOWING PERMITS; AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE TO ACCOMMODATE THE SAME. 12.DISCUSS FUNDING BOLLARDS ALONG THE BEACHWALK. 13. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE STATUS AND PLAN FOR THE BARCLAY PLAZA APARTMENTS. 14. DISCUSSION TO IDENTIFY FUNDING SOURCES FOR UPCOMING SEAWALL NEEDS. 15. UPDATE FROM THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT REGARDING STEPS TAKEN TO STREAMLINE THE BUSINESS PERMITTING PROCESS, IMPROVE BUSINESS RETENTION, AND ATTRACT NEW BUSINESSES. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. 17. DISCUSSION REGARDING CRYPTOCURRENCY IN MIAMI BEACH. 18. DISCUSSION REGARDING CITY'S HOMELESS WALK-IN CENTER. 19. DISCUSSION ON THE CITY’S DEPENDENCE ON TOURISM REVENUES AND HOW TO MITIGATE. 20. DISCUSS THE POTENTIAL FOR PEDESTRIAN ENHANCEMENTS IN THE OCEAN DRIVE, LINCOLN ROAD, AND ESPANOLA WAY COMMERCIAL CORRIDORS. 21. AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE I, ENTITLED “IN GENERAL,” BY AMENDING SECTION 6-3 THEREOF, ENTITLED “HOURS OF SALE/VIOLATIONS,” BY REQUIRING THOSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS LOCATED ON OCEAN DRIVE, BETWEEN 5TH STREET AND 15TH STREET, POSSESSING A 5 A.M. ALCOHOL LICENSE AND SELLING OR SERVING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE(S) LATER THAN 12 A.M., TO RETAIN THE SERVICES OF AN OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER, FROM 12 A.M. UNTIL THIRTY (30) MINUTES PAST THE CLOSING TIME OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENT, FOR ALL SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS (AND ALL SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS FOR THOSE HOLIDAY WEEKENDS OR CITY-SPONSORED EVENTS) DURING WHICH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE SOLD OR SERVED BEYOND 12 A.M.; ESTABLISHING EXCEPTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Finance
C7 - Resolutions
C7AA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING (AND, AS TO CERTAIN AGREEMENTS, RETROACTIVELY APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING) THE CITY MANAGER, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO APPLY FOR, AND ACCEPT FUNDING, EXECUTE ANY AND ALL DOCUMENTS OR AGREEMENTS, AND APPROPRIATE FUNDING RECEIVED BY THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH IN CONNECTION WITH THE FOLLOWING GRANTS, PROGRAMS, AND AGREEMENTS: 1) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, RESILIENT FLORIDA GRANT PROGRAM IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $120 MILLION; 2) U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, URBAN AREA SECURITY INITIATIVE GRANT PROGRAM IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $300,000; 3) NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $100,000; 4) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $10,000; 5) MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MUNICIPAL PARKING FINES PROGRAM IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $50,000; 6) VOLUNTEER FLORIDA, COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (CERT)/CITIZEN CORPS PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,000; 7) FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY, REBUILD FLORIDA GENERAL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM, ROUND 2 IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $35 MILLION; AND, 8) FLORIDA STATE LEGISLATURE IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $750,000.
Grants and Intergovernmental Affairs
C7BREAPPOINTMENT OF CHIEF SPECIAL MAGISTRATE
1.  A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER, PURSUANT TO SECTION 30-36 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, CONCERNING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF ENRIQUE ZAMORA, ESQ., TO SERVE AS CHIEF SPECIAL MAGISTRATE, FOR A TERM COMMENCING ON OCTOBER 24, 2021 AND ENDING ON APRIL 23, 2022; PROVIDED FURTHER THAT CHIEF SPECIAL MAGISTRATE ZAMORA SHALL BE AUTHORIZED TO HOLD HEARINGS AND IMPOSE FINES, LIENS AND OTHER NON-CRIMINAL PENALTIES AGAINST VIOLATORS OF THE CITY AND COUNTY CODES AND ORDINANCES, AND SHALL ALSO BE AUTHORIZED TO APPOINT SUCH OTHER SPECIAL MAGISTRATES AS MAY REASONABLY BE REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE SUBJECT HEARINGS; AND FURTHER INCORPORATING ALL OTHER MATTERS SET FORTH WITHIN CHAPTER 30 OF THE CITY CODE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, SECTIONS 30-37 AND 30-38 THEREOF, CONCERNING THE COMPENSATION AND DUTIES OF THE CHIEF SPECIAL MAGISTRATE.

2.  A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND REAPPOINTING, PURSUANT TO SECTION 102-356 OF THE CITY CODE, ENRIQUE ZAMORA, ESQ. (CHIEF SPECIAL MAGISTRATE REAPPOINTED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION NO. _____________), AS THE CITY MANAGER’S “DESIGNEE” UNDER SECTION 102-356 OF THE CITY CODE; SAID DESIGNATION COMMENCING WITH ZAMORA’S TERM AS CHIEF SPECIAL MAGISTRATE ON OCTOBER 24, 2021 AND ENDING ON APRIL 23, 2022.
Office of the City Clerk
C7CA 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 PROPOSALS (RFP) 2021-091-KB FOR COMMERCIAL RECORDS MANAGEMENT; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH ACCESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CORPORATION, AS THE TOP RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH ACCESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH GRM INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES OF MIAMI LLC, AS THE SECOND RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION; AND FURTHER, APPROVING THE MONTH-TO-MONTH EXTENSION OF THE CURRENT AGREEMENT WITH GRM INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES OF MIAMI LLC, UNTIL SUCH TIME AS A NEW AGREEMENT CAN BE EXECUTED AND THE SERVICES TRANSITIONED TO THE NEW PROVIDER.
City Clerk/Procurement
C7DA 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. 11 TO THE PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA AND WOLFBERG/ALVAREZ AND PARTNERS, INC., FOR THE FLAMINGO PARK PROJECT IN THE NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF $365,800, FOR ADDITIONAL ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND AN ADJUSTMENT TO THE HOURLY RATES; WITH PREVIOUSLY APPROPRIATED FUNDING.
Capital Improvement Projects
C7EA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER, TO AUTHORIZE NEGOTIATIONS PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2021-196-ND FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE 41ST STREET CORRIDOR REVITALIZATION; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH BROOKS + SCARPA ARCHITECTS, INC., AS THE PROPOSER DETERMINED BY THE CITY MANAGER TO BE THE BEST QUALIFIED; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH BROOKS + SCARPA ARCHITECTS, INC., AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., AS THE PROPOSER DETERMINED BY THE CITY MANAGER TO BE THE SECOND BEST QUALIFIED; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH EXP U.S. SERVICES, INC., AS THE THIRD BEST QUALIFIED PROPOSER AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION.
Capital Improvement Projects/Procurement
C7FA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ESTABLISHING THE "AD HOC NEIGHBORHOOD RESILIENCY PROJECTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE," FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR (SUBJECT TO EARLIER OR LATER SUNSET BY CITY COMMISSION) TO ADVISE THE ADMINISTRATION AND CITY COMMISSION IN CONNECTION WITH THE CITY'S RESILIENCY PROJECTS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE PLANNING AND DELIVERY OF THESE CRITICAL PROJECTS; PRESCRIBING THE PURPOSE, POWERS AND DUTIES, COMPOSITION, TERMS OF OFFICE, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE OF THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN ADMINISTRATIVE LIAISON TO THE COMMITTEE.
Office of the City Manager
Commissioner Mark Samuelian and Commissioner Michael Gongora
C7GA 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) 2021-136-WG STATE LEGISLATIVE CONSULTING SERVICES.
Office of the City Manager/Procurement
C7HA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DECLARING SUPPORT FOR THE FEDERAL ENERGY INNOVATION AND CARBON DIVIDEND ACT OF 2021 (H.R. 2307) AS AN IMPORTANT APPROACH TO DRASTICALLY REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AND EXPAND THE ADOPTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Environment and Sustainability
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
C7IA 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) 2021-090-KB FOR VARIOUS BANKING SERVICES; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NA, AS THE TOP RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NA, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH TRUIST BANK F/K/A SUNTRUST BANK, AS THE SECOND RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH TRUIST BANK, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS THE THIRD RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION; AND FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE MONTH-TO-MONTH EXTENSION OF THE CURRENT AGREEMENT WITH TRUIST BANK, UNTIL SUCH TIME AS A NEW AGREEMENT CAN BE EXECUTED AND THE BANKING SERVICES HAVE BEEN TRANSITIONED TO THE NEW SERVICE PROVIDER.
Finance/Procurement
C7JA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO AUTHORIZE NEGOTIATIONS WITH SOUTH POINTE CAFE, LLC PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. 2021-137-ND, FOR MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF CONCESSION FACILITIES LOCATED AT SOUTH POINTE PARK AND THE FLAMINGO PARK AQUATIC CENTER; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION.
Facilities and Fleet Management/Procurement
C7KA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO APPROVE THE MATERIAL TERMS, AS SET FORTH IN THIS RESOLUTION, PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) 2021-083-WG FOR HOLIDAY LIGHTING, WITH SOUTH FLORIDA LIGHTING TEAM, LLC D/B/A MIAMI CHRISTMAS LIGHTS; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH SOUTH FLORIDA LIGHTING TEAM, LLC D/B/A MIAMI CHRISTMAS LIGHTS BASED ON THE ESSENTIAL TERMS SET FORTH IN THIS RESOLUTION.
Facilities and Fleet Management/Procurement
C7LA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER AND APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ("MOU"), DATED AUGUST 18, 2020, BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AND THE LINCOLN ROAD BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, INC. ("LRBID"), IN ORDER TO (I) EXERCISE THE SECOND ONE-YEAR RENEWAL TERM UNDER THE MOU, COMMENCING ON OCTOBER 1, 2021, AND ENDING ON SEPTEMBER 30, 2022, AND CONTINUE TO PROVIDE CITY FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $160,000 PER YEAR (OR $13,333.33 PER MONTH), FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE, HOSPITALITY, AND SAFETY SERVICES WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE DISTRICT; AND (II) PROVIDE CITY FUNDING FOR ELECTRICAL AND LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS AND SELF GUIDED WALKING TOUR PROGRAMMING IN CONNECTION WITH THE MILLION ORCHID PROJECT INSTALLATION LOCATED WITHIN THE DISTRICT, IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $53,000 IN FY 2020-2021.
Facilities and Fleet Management
Supplemental updated on 9/14/2021 (Memorandum, Resolution, & MOU)
C7MA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, MODIFYING RESOLUTION NO. 2021-31772 TO CORRECT THE ALLOCATION OF THE FY 21 STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP (SHIP) FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $394,363, AS FOLLOWS: (I) TO THE NEPTUNE APARTMENTS REHABILITATION PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $98,590, INSTEAD OF $200,000; (II) TO THE FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER PROGRAM AND HOMEOWNER REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $256,337, INSTEAD OF $154,927.
Housing and Community Services
Commissioner Michael Gongora
C7NA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO ACCEPT A SPONSORSHIP CONTRIBUTION FROM T-MOBILE USA, INC., IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $24,000, TO SUPPORT THE CITY'S 2021 VETERANS DAY PARADE AND "NO VACANCY" ART PROGRAM; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO MAKE SUCH EXPENDITURES AND/OR REIMBURSEMENTS TO OFFSET THE CITY'S COSTS FOR THE VETERAN'S DAY PARADE AND "NO VACANCY'' ART PROGRAM.
Marketing and Communications
C7OA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE, AT ITS JULY 23, 2021 MEETING, TO FUND THE COST OF SECURING COPIES OF OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS FROM FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY AND MIAMI DADE COLLEGE, REQUESTED BY MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ENROLLED IN THE DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAM, IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $10,000 ANNUALLY, COMMENCING DURING THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR, SUBJECT TO FUNDING APPROVAL; AND APPROVING A CITY CONTRIBUTION FOR FUTURE SCHOOL YEARS, CONTINGENT UPON AN APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS DURING THE CITY'S BUDGETARY PROCESS FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT FISCAL YEAR; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE ANY AGREEMENTS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE THIS PROGRAM. 
Organizational Development Performance Initiatives
Sponsored by Commissioner Richardson
C7PA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE AT ITS JULY 30, 2021 MEETING, AND APPROVING AND ACCEPTING THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION, INC.'S DONATION OF UP TO $73,000.00 FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING TO COMPLETE THE INCLUSIVE OUTDOOR PARK PROJECT AT BEACH VIEW PARK, ADJACENT TO THE FUTURE SABRINA COHEN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER.
Parks and Recreation
C7QA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE, AT ITS JULY 30, 2021 MEETING, TO ESTABLISH A SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM WITH THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION, INC (FOUNDATION) TO SECURE FUNDING FOR A FULLY ADAPTIVE PARK PROJECT AT BEACH VIEW PARK AND THE ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER (CENTER) THROUGH NAMING RIGHTS OR OTHER SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (SPONSORSHIPS) RELATED TO THE PARK PROJECT ELEMENTS, SUBJECT TO APPROVAL OF SPONSORSHIPS BY THE CITY COMMISSION AND COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS; AND APPROVING, IN SUBSTANTIAL FORM, AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING AND MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE FOUNDATION, ESTABLISHING THE GUIDELINES FOR THE SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE FINAL AMENDMENT AND ANY ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS OR AGREEMENTS REQUIRED TO EFFECTUATE THE COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATION.
Parks and Recreation
C7RA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE, AT ITS JULY 30, 2021 MEETING, AND APPROVING THE SCOPE AND CONCEPTUAL PLAN FOR THE INCLUSIVE OUTDOOR PARK PROJECT AT BEACHVIEW PARK, ADJACENT TO THE FUTURE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER.
Parks and Recreation
C7SA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO NOTIFY ALL REGISTERED NEIGHBORHOOD AND HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS OF THE PROCESS TO REGISTER FOR COURTESY NOTICES OF LAND USE BOARD APPLICATIONS AND AMENDMENTS TO THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS FOR SPECIFIC AREAS OF THE CITY, AND PROVIDE A REPORT TO THE CITY COMMISSION, AFTER A PERIOD OF SIX (6) MONTHS, REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS RESOLUTION.
Planning
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C7TA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO THE LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND TOWER FORTY ONE ASSOCIATION, INC., FOR THE CITY TO LEASE ADDITIONAL ROOFTOP AREAS AT 4101 PINE TREE DRIVE (THE "PROPERTY"), IN THE ADDITIONAL ANNUAL AMOUNT OF $3,000, FOR THE INSTALLATION OF TWO ADDITIONAL ANTENNAS WHICH WILL ASSIST THE CITY IN MONITORING AND OPERATING THE CITY'S WATER, WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER SYSTEM.
VIDEOPublic Works
C7UA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT WITH POWER ACCESS, INC., THE TERMS OF WHICH SHALL INCLUDE SPONSORSHIP FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $25,000 FOR THE 2021 FESTIVAL.
Tourism and Culture
Sponsored by Commissioner Michael Gongora
C7VA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL, AT ITS JULY 1, 2021 MEETING, AND APPROVING THE GRANT FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE "FY 2021 FUNDING RELIEF TO CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS IN MIAMI BEACH PROGRAM," IN THE AMOUNT OF $930,000 TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO MIAMI BEACH-BASED CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS EXPERIENCING REVENUE LOSSES DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE GRANT AGREEMENTS RELATED TO THE APPROVED FUNDS.
Tourism and Culture
C7WA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, IN SUBSTANTIAL FORM, AN AGREEMENT WITH OUTFRONT MEDIA GROUP LLC, PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE NO. 2020-239-KB REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS AND OTHER STREET FURNITURE AT DESIGNATED LOCATIONS CITYWIDE, FOR AN INITIAL TERM OF TWENTY (20) YEARS AND ONE (1) FIVE (5) YEAR RENEWAL OPTION, EXERCISABLE BY MUTUAL AGREEMENT OF THE PARTIES; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE FINAL AGREEMENT. 
Transportation and Mobility/Procurement
Supplemental updated on 9/14/2021 (Revised Resolution & Agreement)
C7X

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, OPPOSING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE PROHIBITING MUNICIPALITIES FROM REQUIRING PERMITS FOR WORK ON CERTAIN RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND EASEMENTS LOCATED WITHIN MUNICIPALITIES, AND URGING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (THE "BOARD") NOT TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THE AMENDMENTS AS DRAFTED.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
C7Y

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE LAND USE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE, IN PART, TO HOST AN INITIAL FREE PUBLIC MEETING TO GAUGE INTEREST IN A PARTNERSHIP WITH BLUE ZONES, LLC, TO DISCUSS BLUE ZONES’ APPROACHES TO IMPROVING THE OVERALL WELLBEING OF OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH SYSTEMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS; AND, PROVIDED THAT THE CITY’S COMMUNITY LEADERS INDICATE SUPPORT FOR THESE INITIATIVES, AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO HOST A SECOND COMMUNITY MEETING, SUBJECT TO FUNDING APPROVAL FOR THE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE EVENT.

Organizational Development Performance Initiatives
Commissioner Michael Gongora
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
REGULAR AGENDA
R5 - Ordinances
R5A

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 70 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED "MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES," BY AMENDING ARTICLE II, ENTITLED “PUBLIC PLACES,” BY AMENDING DIVISION 2, ENTITLED “BICYCLING, SKATEBOARDING, ROLLER SKATING, IN-LINE SKATING, MOTORIZED MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION, ELECTRIC BICYCLES, MOPEDS, MOTORCYCLES, MOTORIZED BICYCLES, AND MOTORIZED SCOOTERS,” BY AMENDING SECTION 70-70.2 THEREOF, ENTITLED "RESPONSIBILITIES OF PERSONS AND BUSINESS ENTITIES PROVIDING RENTALS OR LEASES OF ELECTRIC BICYCLES AND MOTORIZED SCOOTERS," BY CLARIFYING THE CITY’S ABILITY TO ENTER INTO CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS TO PERMIT THE USE OF CITY PROPERTY OR RIGHTS OF WAY FOR THE RENTAL OR LEASE OF ELECTRIC BICYCLES, CONSISTENT WITH CHAPTER 82 OF THE CITY CODE; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION AND FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:05 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on July 28, 2021 - R5 NCommissioner David Richardson
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 VI, ENTITLED “NAMING OF PUBLIC FACILITIES AND ESTABLISHMENT OF MONUMENTS OR MEMORIALS,” BY AMENDING SECTION 82-503 THEREOF, ENTITLED “NAMING OF PUBLIC FACILITIES; CO-NAMING AND RE-NAMING OF STREETS,” BY AMENDING SUBSECTIONS (C)(1)(A) AND (C)(2)(A) TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES FOR THE CO-NAMING OF STREETS IN HONOR OF A PROMINENT JEWISH FIGURE WHO MADE SIGNIFICANT CIVIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO JEWISH HISTORY AND/OR JEWISH-RELATED INITIATIVES; PROVIDING SUNSET PROVISIONS THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:10 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on July 28, 2021 - R5 OCommissioner David Richardson and Co-sponsored by Mayor Dan Gelber
R5C

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, BY AMENDING APPENDIX A, “FEE SCHEDULE,” TO REVISE FEES CHARGED FOR SIDEWALK CAFE PERMITS; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:15 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on July 28, 2021 - R5 QMayor Dan Gelber
R5D

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 82 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED "PUBLIC PROPERTY," ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED "USES IN PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY", DIVISION 5, ENTITLED "SIDEWALK CAFES", BY CREATING SECTION 82-391, ENTITLED "VOLUNTARY CITY SUBSIDY ADVANCE PROGRAM FOR SIDEWALK CAFES AND PARKLETS," IN ORDER TO CREATE A VOLUNTARY CITY SIDEWALK CAFE AND PARKLET SUBSIDY PROGRAM FOR THOSE OPERATORS WHO ELECT TO PARTICIPATE; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 

VIDEO
10:16 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on July 28, 2021 - R5 PMayor Dan Gelber
R5E

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 102 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “TAXATION,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE V, ENTITLED “LOCAL BUSINESS TAX,” BY AMENDING SECTION 102-356 THEREOF, ENTITLED “CONSTRUCTION OF ARTICLE; DEFINITIONS,” BY CREATING ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 102-386 THEREOF, ENTITLED “PROPERTY OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES REGARDING LEGALLY PERMISSIBLE TRANSIENT RENTAL AND OCCUPANCY (SHORT-TERM) OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY,” BY SETTING FORTH ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A BUSINESS TAX RECEIPT, AND ESTABLISHING NEW RESPONSIBILITIES UPON OWNERS OF SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROPERTIES; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 102-387 THEREOF, ENTITLED “PLATFORMS’ RESPONSIBILITIES REGARDING LEGALLY PERMISSIBLE TRANSIENT RENTAL AND OCCUPANCY (SHORT-TERM) OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY,” BY ESTABLISHING FURTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR THOSE PLATFORMS LISTING SHORT-TERM  RENTALS OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:20 a.m. Second Reading Public HearingOffice of the City Attorney
First Reading on July 28, 2021 - R5 SCommissioner Michael Góngora and Mayor Dan Gelber and Co-sponsored by Commissoner Samuelian
R5F

PROHIBITION ON APARTMENT HOTELS IN R-PS1 AND R-PS2 DISTRICTS

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED "LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS," BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142 OF THE CITY CODE ENTITLED "ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS," ARTICLE II, ENTITLED "DISTRICT REGULATIONS," DIVISION 18, ENTITLED "PS PERFORMANCE STANDARD DISTRICT," BY AMENDING SECTION 142-693, ENTITLED "PERMITTED USES," TO PROHIBIT APARTMENT HOTELS IN THE R-PS1 AND R-PS2 DISTRICTS; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
10:25 a.m. First Reading Public HearingPlanning
Mayor and Commission
R5G

WEST AVENUE BAY FRONT OVERLAY - BED & BREAKFAST PROHIBITION

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED “LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,” BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED “ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS,” ARTICLE III, ENTITLED “OVERLAY DISTRICTS,” DIVISION 5, ENTITLED “WEST AVENUE BAY FRONT OVERLAY,” TO REMOVE BED AND BREAKFAST INNS AS ALLOWABLE USES IN THE WEST AVENUE BAY FRONT OVERLAY; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
5:10 p.m. Second Reading Public HearingPlanning
First Reading PH on July 28, 2021 - R5 JCommissioner Mark Samuelian
R5H

NONCONFORMING RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS - REPAIRS EXCEEDING 50%

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 118, "ADMINISTRATION AND REVIEW PROCEDURES," BY AMENDING ARTICLE IX, "NONCONFORMANCES," SECTION 118-395, "REPAIR AND/OR REHABILITATION OF NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS AND USES," TO AMEND THE REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE REPAIR AND/OR REHABILITATION OF EXISTING NON-CONFORMING RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingPlanning
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
R5IAN 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, ENTITLED "USES IN PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF- WAY," BY AMENDING DIVISION 5, ENTITLED "SIDEWALK CAFES," BY AMENDING SUBDIVISION II, ENTITLED "PERMIT," BY AMENDING SECTIONS 82-382 AND 82-383 THEREOF, TO ABATE SIDEWALK CAFE FEES FOR PERMITTEES LOCATED NORTH OF 63RD STREET, FROM THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE THROUGH AND INCLUDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2023; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
VIDEO
First ReadingPublic Works
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
R5J

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING APPENDIX "A" OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED "FEE SCHEDULE," TO REVISE FEES CHARGED FOR PARKLET PERMITS, AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

VIDEO
First ReadingPublic Works
Mayor Dan Gelber
Supplemental updated on 9/14/2021 (Revised Ordinance)
R5KAN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 14 OF THE MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE, ENTITLED "BUILDING REGULATIONS," BY AMENDING ARTICLE III, ENTITLED “NUMBERING,” BY AMENDING SECTION 14-107 THEREOF, ENTITLED “OWNERS SHALL OBTAIN NUMBERS; SIZE; CITY NOT TO FURNISH MATERIAL,” TO REQUIRE OWNERS OF HOUSES AND BUILDINGS WITHIN THE CITY WITH ACCESS TO A BEACHWALK TO PLACE THE CORRECT STREET NUMBER ON THE SIDE OF THE EASTERNMOST PERIMETER GATE OR FENCE, OR SIDE OF THE STRUCTURE FACING A BEACHWALK; AND, PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
First ReadingFacilities and Fleet Management
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
R5L

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 46 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED “ENVIRONMENT,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED “NOISE,” BY AMENDING SECTION 46-158 THEREOF, ENTITLED “ENFORCEMENT BY CODE INSPECTORS; NOTICE OF VIOLATION; WARNINGS; RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE CURRENT ADDRESS,” BY ESTABLISHING AN ADDITIONAL EXCEPTION TO THE REQUIREMENT THAT A WRITTEN WARNING BE PROVIDED PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF A NOTICE OF VIOLATION; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 46-159 THEREOF, ENTITLED “FINES AND PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION; APPEALS; ALTERNATE MEANS OF ENFORCEMENT,” BY INCREASING THOSE CIVIL FINES TO BE IMPOSED FOR VIOLATIONS OF CHAPTER 46, ARTICLE IV; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Steven Meiner
R5MAN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 14 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED “BUILDING REGULATIONS,” BY AMENDING ARTICLE VII, ENTITLED “PERMITS APPLIED FOR ON OR AFTER MARCH 1, 2002,” BY CREATING SECTION 14-600, ENTITLED “DELIVERY OF ENGINEERING REPORTS,” CREATING SECTION 14 600 TO REQUIRE THE DELIVERY TO THE CITY OF BUILDING ENGINEERING REPORTS WHICH REFLECT BUILDING CONDITIONS, INCLUDING STRUCTURAL AND LIFE SAFETY COMPONENTS; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION AND FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
VIDEO
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
R5NAN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 90, ENTITLED "SOLID WASTE," BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED "PRIVATE WASTE CONTRACTORS," BY AMENDING DIVISION 4, ENTITLED "SPECIALTY CONTRACTORS," BY AMENDING SUBDIVISION II, ENTITLED "ROLLOFF/PORTABLE WASTE CONTAINER CONTRACTORS," BY AMENDING SECTIONS 90-276 THROUGH 90-278 THEREOF, TO ESTABLISH AN ANNUAL ROLLOFF PERMIT FEE FOR ROLLOFF CONTRACTORS, REQUIRED MONTHLY REPORTING TO THE CITY, AND PROVISIONS TO ENSURE NO ROLLOFF PERMIT SHALL BE ISSUED TO A ROLL-OFF CONTRACTOR UNLESS THE CONTRACTOR HAS AN ACTIVE BUSINESS TAX RECEIPT AMENDING APPENDIX A, "FEE SCHEDULE," TO REFLECT THE ANNUAL ROLLOFF PERMIT FEE; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Supplemental updated on 9/15/2021 (Memorandum, Ordinance, & Attachment)
R5OAN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 6 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ENTITLED "ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES," BY AMENDING ARTICLE I, ENTITLED "IN GENERAL," BY AMENDING SECTION 6-3 THEREOF, ENTITLED "HOURS OF SALE/VIOLATIONS," BY CREATING NEW SUBSECTION (9), WHICH WILL REQUIRE THOSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS POSSESSING A LICENSE TO SELL AND/OR SERVE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN THE CITY UNTIL 5 A.M. ("ALCOHOL LICENSE"), TO PROVIDE WRITTEN NOTIFICATION TO THE CHIEF OF POLICE OR DESIGNEE REGARDING ANY PROMOTED EVENT OR CONCERT THAT WILL HAVE A LIVE MUSICAL PERFORMANCE OR ENTERTAINMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
First ReadingOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Supplemental updated on 9/15/2021 (Memorandum & Ordinance)
R7 - Resolutions
R7AA 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 ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE, AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT IN SECTION 82-39(A) OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING THAT THE PUBLIC INTEREST WOULD BE BETTER SERVED BY WAIVING SUCH CONDITION, AND APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY (LANDLORD) AND MASSAGE OF SOUTH BEACH, INC. (TENANT) FOR THE USE OF APPROXIMATELY 1,803 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL SPACE, LOCATED AT 1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE, UNIT 2 (A/K/A 777 17TH STREET), FOR A TERM OF FIVE (5) YEARS, WITH TWO (2) SUCCESSIVE TWO-YEAR RENEWAL TERMS AT THE CITY'S OPTION.
2:00 p.m. Public HearingFacilities and Fleet Management
R7B

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING: 1) THE TENTATIVE AD VALOREM MILLAGE OF 5.7626 MILLS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022 FOR GENERAL OPERATING PURPOSES, WHICH IS THREE AND SEVEN TENTHS PERCENT (3.7%) MORE THAN THE "ROLLED-BACK" RATE OF 5.5571 MILLS; AND 2) THE DEBT SERVICE MILLAGE RATE OF 0.2889 MILLS, SUBJECT TO A SECOND PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE MILLAGE RATE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022 ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021, AT 5:01 P.M.

VIDEO5:01 p.m. First Reading Public HearingOffice of Management and Budget
R7C

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE TENTATIVE BUDGETS FOR THE GENERAL, G.O. DEBT SERVICE, RDA AD VALOREM TAXES, ENTERPRISE, INTERNAL SERVICE, AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022 SUBJECT TO A SECOND PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021, AT 5:01 P.M. 

VIDEO5:01 p.m. First Reading Public HearingOffice of Management and Budget
R7D

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NORMANDY SHORES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ADOPTING THE TENTATIVE AD VALOREM MILLAGE RATE OF 1.0659 MILLS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022 FOR THE NORMANDY SHORES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, WHICH IS ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED ELEVEN AND EIGHT TENTHS PERCENT (1311.8%) MORE THAN THE "ROLLED-BACK" RATE OF 0.0755 MILLS, SUBJECT TO A SECOND PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021, AT 5:02 P.M.

VIDEO5:02 p.m. First Reading Public HearingOffice of Management and Budget
R7EA RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NORMANDY SHORES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ADOPTING THE TENTATIVE OPERATING BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022, SUBJECT TO A SECOND PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021, AT 5:02 P.M. 
VIDEO5:02 p.m. First Reading Public HearingOffice of Management and Budget
R7FA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE TENTATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR FISCAL YEARS (FY) 2022 - 2026 AND ADOPTING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TENTATIVE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022, SUBJECT TO A SECOND PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021 AT 5:03 P.M.
VIDEO5:03 p.m. First Reading Public HearingOffice of Management and Budget
R7G

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, CONSENTING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF MELISSA BERTHIER AS THE MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR FOR THE MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.

VIDEOHuman Resources
R7HA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CITY, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE AN AGREEMENT WITH PEPSI CO AND RED BULL NORTH AMERICA, FOR AN EXCLUSIVE NONALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE MUNICIPAL MARKETING PARTNERSHIP FOR VENDING AND DISPENSING IN CERTAIN CITY-OWNED PROPERTIES, BASED UPON THE ESSENTIAL TERMS SET FORTH IN THE CITY COMMISSION MEMORANDUM ACCOMPANYING THIS RESOLUTION, FOR A TERM OF TEN (10) YEARS AND FIVE (5) YEARS, RESPECTIVELY; PROVIDED THAT THE FINAL AGREEMENT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE CITY COMMISSION.
Marketing and Communications
Deferred to October 13, 2021
R7I

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER GRANTING WAIVERS OF CERTAIN DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, PURSUANT TO SECTION 142-425(D), OF THE CITY’S LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (LDR), FOR THE FUTURE FIRE STATION 1; SAID WAIVERS REGARDING LDR SECTIONS 142-155(A)(3)E, PERTAINING TO THE LOT COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS; 142-155(A)(3)F, PERTAINING TO GROUND FLOOR REQUIREMENTS; 142-155(A)(4)L, PERTAINING TO THE MAXIMUM WIDTH OF THE CURB CUT; 142-155(A)(4)I, PERTAINING TO THE MAXIMUM FLOOR TO FLOOR HEIGHT; 142-155(A)(3)A,1, PERTAINING TO THE MINIMUM ELEVATION OF THE YARD; 142-156(A), PERTAINING TO SIDE, INTERIOR SETBACK REQUIREMENTS; 133-61, PERTAINING TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SHORT FRONTAGE STANDARDS; 133-62, PERTAINING TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LONG FRONTAGE STANDARDS; 126-10(A)(B), PERTAINING TO REQUIREMENTS FOR A BUFFER BETWEEN DISSIMILAR USES; AND, 126-11(A)(B)(H), PERTAINING TO REQUIREMENTS FOR LANDSCAPE AREAS IN PERMANENT PARKING LOTS; IN ORDER TO CONSTRUCT THE NEW FIRE STATION 1.

VIDEOCapital Improvement Projects
R7J

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY COMMITTEE (FERC), TO PROCEED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE 72ND STREET COMMUNITY COMPLEX PROJECT BY IMPLEMENTING OPTION 1, AS PROPOSED BY THE ADMINISTRATION TO: (1) CONTINUE TO NEGOTIATE AN AGREEMENT WITH THE HASKELL COMPANY, THE FIRST RANKED FIRM; (2) ADDRESS THE FUNDING SHORTFALL BY ISSUING PARKING BONDS IN THE AMOUNT OF APPROXIMATELY $19.4 MILLION; AND (3) IDENTIFY FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE $17.7 MILLION REMAINING FUNDING GAP BEFORE AWARDING ANY CONTRACTS RELATED TO THE PROJECT; AND FURTHER, REFERRING A DISCUSSION ITEM TO FERC TO EXPLORE WAYS TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THE BYRON CARLYLE THEATER PROJECT.

Capital Improvement Projects
R7KA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DIRECTING THE ADMINISTRATION TO PROVIDE, UPON REQUEST OF EITHER THE MAYOR OR ANY MEMBER OF THE CITY COMMISSION, A LIST OF ALL DATABASES AND CATEGORIES OF DATA UTILIZED BY THE MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CODE COMPLIANCE DEPARTMENT, IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION IN MAKING EFFECTIVE, INFORMED, DATA-SUPPORTED DECISIONS. 
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R7 T
R7LA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE FUNDING OF THE STOP-THE-BLEED KITS FOR MIAMI BEACH NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL, MIAMI BEACH SOUTH POINTE ELEMENTARY, MIAMI BEACH FIENBERG FISHER K-8, NORTH BEACH ELEMENTARY, BISCAYNE BEACH ELEMENTARY, AND TREASURE ISLAND ELEMENTARY, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $37,000.00, SUBJECT TO THE CITY COMMISSION APPROPRIATING THE FUNDS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS REGARDING THE INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE OF THE KITS, AND STAFF TRAINING; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ACCEPT DONATIONS FROM THE MAKE OUR SCHOOLS SAFE ORGANIZATION, AND FROM MIAMI-DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER LUCIA BAEZ-GELLER, IN THE AMOUNT OF $15,000.00, AND $2,000.00, RESPECTIVELY, FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE STOP-THE-BLEED KITS, AND TO MAKE ANY NECESSARY EXPENDITURES OF THE DONATIONS IN FURTHERANCE OF, AND CONSISTENT WITH, THE PURPOSE SET FORTH HEREIN; AND FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE ANY AGREEMENTS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE THE STOP-THE-BLEED KITS INSTALLATION.
VIDEOOrganizational Development Performance Initiatives
Sponsored by Commissioner Steinberg
R7M

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY OF COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE AGREEMENT AND GUIDELINES FOR THE VOLUNTARY CITY SUBSIDY ADVANCE PROGRAM FOR SIDEWALK CAFES AND PARKLETS FOR PERMIT YEAR COMMENCING OCTOBER 1, 2021 AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2022.

VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Mayor Dan Gelber
R7N

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, IN CONCEPT, RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF THE THREE CITY-OWNED WATERFRONT PARCELS DIRECTLY EAST OF THE NORTH SHORE BRANCH LIBRARY SITE LOCATED AT 7505 COLLINS AVENUE AND 7515 COLLINS AVENUE (THE “LIBRARY SITE”), TO ENSURE THE USE OF THE WATERFRONT PARCELS FOR OPEN SPACE AND RECREATION PURPOSES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC, AS GENERALLY DEPICTED IN THE SKETCH ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION, WITH (1) THE NORTHEASTERN SECTION OF THE WATERFRONT PARCELS (AREA “A”) TO SOLELY BE USED FOR OPEN SPACE PURPOSES, RECREATIONAL USES, BEACH ACCESS, AND/OR BEACHWALK CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN ALTOS DEL MARK PARK AND THE FUTURE OCEAN TERRACE PARK/STREETSCAPE PROJECT; AND (2) THE SOUTHWESTERN SECTION OF THE WATERFRONT PARCELS (AREA “B”) TO BE USED SOLELY IN FURTHERANCE OF PARK PURPOSES OR RELATED FOOD SERVICE CONCESSIONS, WITH ANY BUILDING THEREON TO BE LIMITED TO UP TO TWO STORIES, WITH A MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF UP TO THIRTY (30) FEET (INCLUDING ROOFTOP STRUCTURES); FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION AND CITY ATTORNEY TO DRAFT A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS AND GRANT OF EASEMENT TO IMPLEMENT THIS RESOLUTION, WITH THE WATERFRONT PARCELS TO CONTINUE TO BE USED AS A PARKING LOT UNTIL THE RELOCATION OF THE NORTH SHORE BRANCH LIBRARY AND THE OPENING OF THE PARKING GARAGE AT THE 72ND STREET COMMUNITY COMPLEX.

 

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner David Richardson
R7O

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DESIGNATING THE CITY-OWNED PROPERTY IN SUNSET ISLAND II, LOCATED BETWEEN 25TH STREET TO 27TH STREET ALONG SUNSET DRIVE (FOLIO NO. 02-3228-001-1280), AS A NEIGHBORHOOD PARK, TO BE USED FOR PASSIVE RECREATIONAL USE AND OPEN GREENSPACE PURPOSES.

Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner David Richardson
R7PA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DECLARING THE ONE-MONTH PERIOD BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15, 2021, AND ENDING OCTOBER 15, 2021 AS “HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH” IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Michael Gongora and Co-sponsored by Commissioners Micky Steinberg and Mark Samuelian
R7QA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, OPPOSING THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE VENETIAN CAUSEWAY AS PART OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY RFP NO. 01982, AND URGING MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MAYOR DANIELLA LEVINE CAVA TO EXCLUDE THE VENETIAN CAUSEWAY FROM THE PLANS TO PRIVATIZE THE RICKENBACKER CAUSEWAY.
VIDEOOffice of the City Attorney
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
R7R

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, CREATING AN AD HOC HOST COMMITTEE FOR THE MARCH  2022 ASPEN IDEAS CLIMATE CONFERENCE, TO BE HELD IN MIAMI BEACH, IN ORDER TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE CITY'S HOSTING OF THE CONFERENCE; PRESCRIBING THE DUTIES, MANNER OF APPOINTMENT, AND THE TERM OF OFFICE OF HOST COMMITTEE MEMBERS; ESTABLISHING THAT THE CITY'S HOSTING OF THE 2022 ASPEN IDEAS CLIMATE CONFERENCE SERVES A PUBLIC PURPOSE; AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS MADE TO THE CITY FOR THE CITY'S HOSTING OF THE CONFERENCE; AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR DESIGNEE, TO MAKE SUCH EXPENDITURES AND/OR REIMBURSEMENTS FROM THE AFORESTATED DONATIONS IN FURTHERANCE OF AND CONSISTENT WITH THE HOSTING OF THE CONFERENCE.

Office of the City Attorney
Mayor Dan Gelber
R7SA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION AND CITY CLERK TO IDENTIFY A PROCESS FOR COLLECTING, TRACKING, AND REPORTING DATA FROM SPECIAL MAGISTRATE HEARINGS, BY CATEGORY OF VIOLATIONS, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, TIME PERIODS FOR DISPOSITION OF CASES, FINES ASSESSED, AND PERCENTAGE RATES FOR DISMISSALS AND ADJUDICATIONS.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
R7TA RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DIRECTING THE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE TO PROVIDE ALL PERTINENT STATISTICAL DATA RELATING TO CONVICTION RATES FOR MUNICIPAL PROSECUTIONS FOR THOSE MATTERS WITHIN THE CITY’S PROSECUTORIAL AUTHORITY, INCLUDING DATA FOR CONVICTION RATES BEFORE THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND DURING THE ONGOING PANDEMIC, AS WELL AS A BREAKDOWN OF DISMISSALS BY THE COURT OR BY PROSECUTORS, AND INFORMATION CONCERNING CONSEQUENCES OF DISMISSALS FOR DEFENDANTS; FURTHER, REFERRING THIS MATTER TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE, FOR AN UPDATE ON THE MUNICIPAL PROSECUTION PROGRAM, THE ROLE OF THE STATE ATTORNEY’S OFFICE AND THE COURTS, AND RELATED MATTERS, SUCH AS ENFORCEMENT OF HABITUAL MISDEMEANOR OFFENDERS AND THE UTILIZATION OF STAY AWAY ORDERS AS AN ENFORCEMENT TOOL TO ADDRESS QUALITY OF LIFE OFFENSES IN THE CITY.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Supplemental updated on 9/15/2021 (Resolution)
R9 - New Business and Commission Requests
R9ABOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS.
Office of the City Clerk
R9B

BOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS - CITY COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS.

Office of the City Clerk
R9CDR. STANLEY SUTNICK CITIZEN'S FORUM. (8:30 A.M./1:00 P.M.)
Office of the City Clerk
R9DDISCUSS, AND TAKE ACTION IF NECESSARY, CONCERNS RELATED TO PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOCommissioner Steven Meiner
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 D
R9EDISCUSSION REGARDING 40 YEAR RECERTIFICATION BUILDING DEPARTMENT PROCESS.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 I
R9FDISCUSSION ADDRESSING FLOODING IN OUR COMMUNITY.
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 O
R9GDISCUSS AND, IF NECESSARY, TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE OPPORTUNITIES TO INCREASE THE CITYWIDE TREE CANOPY COVERAGE GOAL, FROM 22% BY 2040 TO 25% TREE CANOPY COVERAGE BY 2040, OR EARLIER.
Commissioner David Richardson
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 P
ITEM DEFERRED
R9HDISCUSS CELLULAR SERVICE COVERAGE ALONG THE JULIA TUTTLE CAUSEWAY.
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 R
R9IDISCUSS ISSUING A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO REPURPOSE CITY-OWNED SURFACE PARKING LOTS ADJACENT TO 41ST STREET INTO CLASS A OFFICE SPACE.
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 T
R9JDISCUSSION REGARDING THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS' PLAN AS IT RELATES TO MIAMI BEACH.
VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 U
R9KDISCUSSION REGARDING POLICING IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.
Mayor Dan Gelber
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 V
ITEM WITHDRAWN
R9LDISCUSSION ITEM TO TAKE ACTION REGARDING ADDING THE NEW FEDERAL HOLIDAY, JUNETEENTH, AS A PAID HOLIDAY TO BE OBSERVED ON JUNE 19 EACH YEAR FOR UNCLASSIFIED AND OTHER EMPLOYEES, AND EMPLOYEES WHOSE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS WILL PROVIDE FOR THIS HOLIDAY, WITH AN EFFECTIVE DATE BEGINNING IN FY 2022.
Human Resources
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 X
R9MDISCUSS WITH POTENTIAL ACTION THE OPTION OF OPENING INDIAN CREEK DRIVE SOUTH OF 41ST STREET TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Deferred from July 28, 2021 - R9 AE
R9NDISCUSSION ON POTENTIAL, SHORT-TERM OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE LIGHTING IN HIGHER CRIME AREAS OF MIAMI BEACH.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Steven Meiner
R9ODISCUSSION ON THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH'S PLANS AND REQUIREMENTS ON DELIVERING/ENCOURAGING POTENTIAL COVID BOOSTER SHOTS.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
R9P

DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER THE DURATION OF THE “RESTAURANT RECOVERY OUTDOOR SEATING PILOT PROGRAM,” AS ESTABLISHED BY RESOLUTION NO. 2020-31276.

VIDEOPublic Works
R9QDISCUSSION WITH ACTION ON THE STATUS AND POTENTIAL EXTENSION OF THE PARKLET PROGRAM GIVEN CURRENT COVID-19 SURGE.
VIDEOCommissioner Mark Samuelian
R9RDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION AS NECESSARY ON INITIATING A TRAFFIC CALMING STUDY FOR THE SOUTH OF FIFTH NEIGHBORHOOD.
VIDEOTransportation and Mobility
Mayor Dan Gelber
R9SDISCUSSION ON PUBLIC SAFETY IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH WITH PARTICULAR FOCUS ON THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
R9TDISCUSS/TAKE ACTION SPECIFYING IN THE FY 2021-2022 GENERAL BUDGET THAT $35,000, OUT OF THE $50,000 ALREADY BUDGETED, BE ALLOCATED TO THE NORMANDY FOUNTAIN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION FOR CULTURAL ACTIVATIONS OF THE NORMANDY FOUNTAIN.
Commissioner David Richardson
R9UDISCUSS/TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION MOTION REQUESTING THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION PROVIDE AN ADDITIONAL MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER SO THAT MIAMI BEACH NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL AND MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL HAVE THEIR OWN FULL-TIME LIAISON OFFICER.
Commissioner David Richardson
R9VDISCUSS THE EARLY RETIREMENT OF CITY ATTORNEY RAUL AGUILA AND SELECTION OF THE NEXT CITY ATTORNEY.
Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola
ITEM WITHDRAWN
R9WDISCUSS/TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE FDOT/ALTON ROAD PROJECT.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
R9XDISCUSS/TAKE ACTION ON $25,000 DONATION THAT WAS GIVEN TO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH IN 2013.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
R9YDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION TO CHANGE THE CITY COMMISSION MEETING DATE TO ACCEPT THE FINAL ELECTION RESULTS FOR THE NOVEMBER 2, 2021 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS FROM MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2021 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021, AS REQUIRED BY MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE 38-4.
Office of the City Clerk
R9Z

CITY OF MIAMI BEACH CANVASSING BOARD MEMBERSHIP FOR THE CITY’S NOVEMBER 2021 GENERAL, SPECIAL, AND (IF NECESSARY) RUN-OFF ELECTIONS. (FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, NO ACTION REQUIRED.)

Office of the City Clerk/Office of the City Attorney
R9AAINTRODUCTION OF NEW ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER LESTER SOLA.  
VIDEOOffice of the City Manager
R9ABDISCUSSION REGARDING PROPOSED MIAMI-DADE COUNTY LAW PUSHING FOR ROAD PARKING REQUIREMENTS.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
R9ACDISCUSS/TAKE ACTION ON THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MOTION REGARDING THE NUESTRO FEST.
Commissioner Michael Gongora
R9ADDISCUSS/TAKE ACTION ON THE DEMOLITION OF PHIL COLLINS' FORMER HOME AND AL CAPONE'S FORMER HOME.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
R9AEDISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE REFERRAL REGARDING MAXIMIZING SOLAR ENERGY AT CITY FACILITIES.
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
R9AFDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION REGARDING AN UNSOLICITED PROPOSAL AND SUBSEQUENT RFP ISSUED BY THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FOR THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE RICKENBACKER CAUSEWAY AND THE VENETIAN CAUSEWAY. 
Office of the City Attorney
Commissioner Mark Samuelian and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Michael Gongora
R9AGDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION ON STOP WORK ON PROJECTS AT OCEAN BEACH HISTORIC DISTRICT UNTIL THERE IS FULL COMPLIANCE.
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
R9AHDISCUSSION REGARDING THE SENIOR AFFAIRS MOTION OF THE BETTER BUS PROGRAM. 
VIDEOCommissioner Michael Gongora
R9AIDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION TO DIRECT ADMINISTRATION AND CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE TO ANSWER APARTMENT HOTEL QUESTIONS. 
VIDEOCommissioner Steven Meiner and Co-sponsored by Commissioner Mark Samuelian
R9AJDISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION REGARDING THE FUNDING OF A CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR THE BYRON CARLYLE THEATER.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
R9AKDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION TO SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE POLICE VISIBILITY, AND ENSURE PROSECUTION AND JUDICIAL SENTENCING OF MIAMI BEACH ARRESTS, IN ORDER TO DETER AND PREVENT CRIME.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Continued from September 9, 2021 - R9 C
R9ALDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION CONCERNING OPTIONS FOR THE CITY TO INITIATE A MORE AGGRESSIVE STANCE PROSECUTING THOSE OFFENDERS ARRESTED FOR COMMITTING VIOLATIONS OF LAW WITHIN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, INCLUDING EXPLORING APPELLATE REMEDIES FOR IMPROPER DISMISSALS OF CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Continued from September 9, 2021 - R9 D
R9AMUPDATE FROM THE ADMINISTRATION ON THE STATUS OF THE INDEPENDENT, PROFESSIONAL SURVEY OF CITY RESIDENTS AND CITY BUSINESSES AUTHORIZED BY THE CITY COMMISSION AT THE MARCH 17, 2021 CITY COMMISSION MEETING REGARDING THE BYRON CARLYLE SITE.
Commissioner David Richardson
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
R9ANDISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION REGARDING RETAIL FULFILLMENT CENTERS AND POTENTIAL RESTRICTIONS BY DISTRICT OR CITYWIDE.
Commissioner Steven Meiner
Addendum added on 9/14/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
R10 - City Attorney Reports
R10A

CITY ATTORNEY'S STATUS REPORT.

Office of the City Attorney
R10BCLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION RE: CLARK CONSTRUCTION GROUP, LLC VS. CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND HILL INTERNATIONAL, INC., ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CASE NO. 2020-002129 CA 01.
Office of the City Attorney
Addendum added on 9/15/2021 (Approved by Mayor)
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
PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS (COMMENCES AT APPROXIMATELY 5:00 P.M.)
PA1PROCLAMATION PRESENTED TO FEEDING SOUTH FLORIDA PROCLAIMING SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 AS HUNGER ACTION DAY.
Commissioner David Richardson
PA2PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL FOR ITS STEAM GOLD DESIGNATION.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
PA3PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO NICOLAS RAMIREZ FOR HIS SUCCESSES IN CHESS.
Commissioner Mark Samuelian
PA4CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE FOR THE SIMON BOLIVAR AND LAS AMERICAS DAY.
Commissioner Michael Gongora and Commissioner Mark Samuelian
PA5CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION PRESENTED TO SWEET LIBERTY.
Commissioner Micky Steinberg
New Item added on 9/14/2021
PA6CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION PRESENTED TO BLAKE FERGUSON FOR WINNING THIRD PLACE AT THE WAKE PARK WORLDS JR. BOYS FINALS.
VIDEOCommissioner Micky Steinberg
New Item added on 9/14/2021
Notices
1.MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA) AND NORTH BEACH COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) MEMBERS.
2.HOW A PERSON MAY PARTICIPATE DURING THE HYBRID CITY COMMISSION MEETING / COMMISSION MEETING PROCEDURES.
3.USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT FOR PRESENTATIONS DURING PUBLIC MEETINGS.
4.2021 COMMISSION MEETING DATES.
5.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

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

TIME CERTAIN.