Upcoming Regular City Council Meeting - Tuesday, March 3, 2020
We begin at 5:30pm in City Hall
We'll have two presentations:
1. Purple Heart City Plaque Presentation
2. Ocala Mountain Bike Association Celebrates the Tenth Anniversary of the Mount Dora Trail
We have four items on the Consent Agenda:
1. Resolution 2020-15, Approval of Piggyback Agreement with Guardian Equipment, Inc. City Council is asked to approve a contract for chemical feed system maintenance, repair and equipment services under a piggyback agreement with Volusia County. Our previous contract has expired. This is an as-needed service contract so a dollar specific dollar amount is impossible to provide. However, monies are budgeted for repair and maintenance of the chemical feed equipment.
2. Resolution 2020-16, Lakes of Mount Dora Streetsweeping Agreement. Similar to the previous two Streetsweeping Agreements (Loch Leven and Waterman Village), the City wishes to enter into an agreement with the Lakes of Mount Dora to sweep the privately owned streets in the Lakes of Mount Dora. There is no budget impact for this Resolution since the residents of the Lakes of Mount Dora are assessed stormwater fees to help maintain the stormwater system.
3. Interlocal Agreement with Lake County Sheriff's Office and the Police Departments for the Cities of Mount Dora, Leesburg, Groveland and Eustis. This agreement will require the Mount Dora Police Department to dedicate a channel of our police radios to the Lake County Sheriff's Office for the purpose of faster response/dispatch time of 911 emergencies. This agreement is a result of Florida Statute 365.179
4. Approval of Meeting Minutes
-February 18, 2020 Regular Council Meeting
-February 18, 2020 Northeast CRA Governing Board
We have five Resolutions:
1.Resolution 2020-09, Approval of Preliminary Plat Wekiva Ridge. This Resolution is for a new subdivision including the construction of 101 new single-family homes north of SR 46 and east of Niles Road. This is currently vacant land and is zoned for Low Density Residential
2. Resolution 2020-13, Approval of Liberty Estates Minor Subdivision (Replat). The owner of this parcel wishes to subdivide the property into three residential lots. All setbacks meet the standards of our Land Development Code.
3. Resolution 2020-22, Approval of Preliminary Plat Limit Ave Property. This Resolution is for a new subdivision consisting of 26 single-family homes. The proposed subdivision is south of Limit Ave and west of Highland Street, adjacent to the new Dora Landings subdivision (under construction).
4. Resolution 2020-31, Approval of the Agreement for All-Requirements Purchase and Sale of Electric Energy and Capacity with Orlando Utilities Commission. City Council is asked to approve the negotiated agreement with OUC to provide electric services to the City of Mount Dora. The contract with our current provider, Duke Energy, expires on December 31, 2020. The budgeted annual cost of energy for all of the City is just under $5,000,000.
5. Resolution 2020-37, Helen Street Drainage Improvements Phase I. This Phase includes study and design of the drainage improvements at Helen St and West 7th Ave. During heavy rains this very "topographically challenged" area causes major flooding along Helen Street. The engineering and construction of these improvements will cost $386,000.
We have four Ordinances:
1. First Reading of Ordinance 2020-02, Final PUD Donnelly Woods. This development includes 112 multiple-family units (apartments) and 24,000 square feet of office space at the intersection of Donnelly St and Limit Ave.
2. First Reading of Ordinance 2020-04, Comprehensive Plan EAR-Based Amendments (Transmittal Hearing). The Comprehensive Plan guides future development, maintains quality of life and provides for economic development. It also regulates land use. The approved updates to the plan are then transmitted to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
3. Final Reading Ordinance 2020-06, Amendment to the City of Mount Dora Police Officers Pension Fund. The amendments to this Pension Fund are to allow officers to purchase credited service for prior police and/or military service.
4. Final Reading Ordinance 2020-07, Amendment to the City of Mount Dora Firefighters Pension Fund. The amendments to this Pension Fund are to allow a longer payment period to purchase prior fire and military service. It will also include language regarding the Firefighter Cancer Presumption.
Future Meeting Dates:
March 6, 2020, 8:00am - 11:00am, Work Session (Strategic Plan) - Community Building Lobby
March 17, 2020, 5:30pm, Regular Council Meeting
April 7, 2020, 8:30am - 1:00pm, Budget Parameters Work Session (tentative)
April 7, 5:30pm, Regular Council Meeting
April 21, 2020, 5:30pm, Regular Session
Thanks for your attention, this is a very full agenda. If you have any questions related to the upcoming meeting or anything else I can help with please reach out anytime.