• Crissy Stile

Upcoming City Council Meetings for Tuesday, October 20, 2020

We have five meetings on Tuesday beginning at 3:00pm in the Community Building.


3:00pm Work Session Agenda:


  1. Update on Northeast Community Projects

  2. Municipal Services Complex

  3. Fire Services - Fire Stations

5:30pm Regular City Council Meeting Agenda:


We begin with two presentations:

  1. Florida Cities Government Proclamation

  2. Construction Projects Update

Consent Agenda:

  1. Resolution 2020-162, Utility Billing Accounting Adjustments. The City has almost $230,000 in uncollected and past due utility bills that needs to be written off. Some of these debts could potentially be collected if a lien was placed on the property and it changes hands.

  2. Resolution 2020-167, Approval of Cemetery Policy Revision Regarding Coping. Approval of this Resolution updates the Cemetery Policy to reflect the changes adopted two weeks ago in Ordinance 2020-16.

  3. Resolution 2020-168, CARES Act & Grant Budget Amendments. The City has been granted almost $1.3 million in CARES Act and Grant monies which will increase the 2020-2021 annual total budget to $127,509,398.

  4. Approval of Meeting Minutes - Oct 6, 2020 Regular Meeting

Action Items:

  1. Restatement of Resolution 2020-138, Specific Safety Requirements related to COVID-19 face coverings

  2. Resolution 2020-163, Repealing of Resolution 2020-52 and extension of Resolution 2020-138; Providing Temporary Fee and Rate Reduction and In-applicability of Emergency Event Response Pay for Duration of the State of Emergency

Resolutions:

  1. Resolution 2020-74, Triangle Elementary School Park/Playground Joint-Use Agreement. Approval of this Resolution does not approve any budget impacts at this time. This Resolution is solely a Memorandum of Understanding with the Lake County School Board for the Joint-Use of the playground to be constructed at Triangle Elementary. During school hours it will be a school playground, outside of school hours it will be a City Park. The estimated cost is $1.137 million. Costs to be shared between Lake County and the City of Mount Dora.

  2. Resolution 2020-98, Hubbard Construction Company Development Agreement and Host Fee Agreement. City Council is asked to approve the Development Agreement and Host Fee Agreement ahead of approving the Annexation later in the evening. The Developer's Agreement addresses specific details of the agreement including: landscaping plans, permitted and prohibited uses, buffers, phasing plans, maximum height limitations, etc. The Host Fee Agreement establishes a schedule for the collection of the Host Fee: Years one and two the City receives a 5% Host Fee; the 3rd and 4th years the City receives a 7% Host Fee and years five through twenty the City receives a 9% Host Fee; each 5 year period thereafter the Host Fee will increase by no more than 1% each 5-year period. The first year's Host Fee is estimated to bring in $240,000 in revenue to the City.

  3. Resolution 2020-118, Approval of Contracts for Appraisal Services - Land and Real Property for RFQ 2-GS-014. Council is asked to approve the ranking of seven firms for Appraisal Services as needed for Land and Real Property Purchase. No budget impact until appraisal is requested.

  4. Resolution 2020-159, Renewal for the Guardian Contract Piggyback. This is an as needed contract for chemical feed equipment to maintain treatment standards at our water and wastewater treatment facilities.


Ordinances:

  1. Second-First Reading of Ordinance 2020-14, Annexation Hubbard Construction Company. This landfill property off SR 46 wishes to be annexed into the City of Mount Dora. The property is approximately 180 acres and is currently regulated by Lake County and the Department of Environmental Protection. Even under annexation, all permits and inspections will be governed by these agencies, NOT by the City of Mount Dora (except for what is stated in the Developer's Agreement if approved above). Cost to the City is $1,400 for annexation fees (not including legal review fees). This is the second first reading because upon the first reading the motion never got a second because some Councilmembers wanted to tour the landfill before approving this Ordinance.

  2. Second-First Reading of Ordinance 2020-15, Final PUD for Hubbard Mount Dora Commercial PUD. Hubbard wishes to rezone their property at the same time as they annex into the City. This property is currently zoned as Light Industrial and they are requesting it to be a PUD to include Commercial (C-1).

  3. Final Reading of Ordinance 2020-18, Simpson Family Partnership, Ltd. Annexation. This is a 0.35 acre property that will allow connection between US Hwy 441 and the expansion property at Waterman Village via United Southern Bank. Mr. Bob Simpson requested that the City name this new street after his grandfather. It will be named J.W. Simpson Way.

Future Meeting Dates:


November 3, 2020, 2:00pm Regular Meeting

November 17, 2020, 5:30pm Regular Meeting

December 1, 2020, 5:30pm Regular Meeting

December 8, 2020, 1:30pm Work Session

December 15, 2020, 5:30pm Regular Meeting


Immediately following the City Council Meeting we reconvene as the Community Redevelopment Agency Board for one Discussion Item.

  1. Resolution 2020-118 CRA, Approval of Contracts for Appraisal Services - Land and Real Property for RFQ 20-GS-014. The Board is asked to approve the ranking of seven firms for Appraisal Services as needed for Land and Real Property Purchase. No budget impact until appraisal is requested.

Immediately following the CRA Meeting we reconvene as the Northeast Community Redevelopment Agency Board for two Discussion Items.

  1. Resolution 2020-121 Northeast CRA, Approval of Home Repair Program. This program is intended to provide low to moderate income, owner-occupied households with essential home repairs. This is a matching grant with a $15,000 maximum.

  2. Resolution 2020-118 CRA, Approval of Contracts for Appraisal Services - Land and Real Property for RFQ 20-GS-014. The Board is asked to approve the ranking of seven firms for Appraisal Services as needed for Land and Real Property Purchase. No budget impact until appraisal is requested.

Finally we end with a Special Session for one Discussion Item.

  1. City Manager Annual Review

Thank you so much for sticking with this information. If you have any questions at all please call or email any time at all.


Crissy Stile

Mount Dora City Councilmember At-Large

352.735.1950

stilec@cityofmountdora.com


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