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REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH

CITY COMMISSION

  Tuesday, January 25, 2000 7:00 P.M.

 

The meeting was called to order at 7:12 P.M. by Mayor Capellini on the above date in the City Commission Room, City Hall.

 

Roll Call showed:     

 

            Present:                      Commissioner Kathy Shaddow

                                    Commissioner Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed

                                    Vice Mayor Peggy Noland

Mayor Albert Capellini, PE

 

Absent:                       Commissioner Amadeo Trinchitella

                                    City Manager Larry Deetjen

                                    City Attorney Andrew Maurodis

 

Also Present:             City Clerk Felicia Bravo

 

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

The invocation was offered by Chairman Owen Gustafson, Baha’i Faith, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

1.      Regular Meeting of the Commission - December 28, 1999

2.      Regular Meeting of the Commission - January 4, 2000

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF BOARD MINUTES

 

1.      Community Appearance Board-November 17, 1999

2.      Community Appearance Board-December 1, 1999

3.      Community Appearance Board-December 20, 1999

4.      Community Appearance Board-December 28, 1999

5.      Local Planning Agency-November 18, 1999

6.      Planning and Zoning Board-December 2, 1999

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS VIDEO

 

There was a short video that showed the Deerfield Beach parade in honor of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

 

75th ANNIVERSARY DIAMOND JUBILEE KICK-OFF

 

The City Director of Community Services and Chairperson for the 75th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Celebration, Vince Kendrick, discussed briefly the 75th Anniversary celebration.  He also acknowledged key participants on the 75th Anniversary committee. 

 

Several students from the St. Ambrose Church performed a historical reenactment of the founding of the Town of Deerfield.

 

The new Director of the Deerfield Beach Historical Society, Dale Allen, was introduced. He announced that a calendar was designed to commemorate the 75th Anniversary and lists all of the events that will take place in the city throughout the year.  Kathy Lloyd publicly announced all the events that will be conducted during the year 2000. 

 

The Commissioners and the Mayor were presented with a silver dollar from the year 1925 and received a framed poster of the new cover for the Chamber Guidebook.

 

Susan Allen presented a quilt display called Weaving the Tapestry of Time, which was made by students from the Broward County Public Schools (Deerfield Innovation Zone).  The quilt will be on display around the city for the year to tell the story of Deerfield Beach.

 

As part of the 75th Anniversary celebration, six residents of Deerfield Beach, George Emory Butler, James Dallas Butler, Branhilda Knowles, Odas Lee Tanner, John Bartow Wiles Jr., and Emily Mildred Olson Dietrich will be awarded.

 

EXTENSION OF GRATITUDE TO MS. DEBORAH WALTER, SYNADYNE, FOR HOSTING CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH MANAGEMENT TEAM

 

The Synadyne Business Development Manager, Deborah Walter, received a Certificate of Appreciation for extending the courtesy to the Deerfield Beach Management Team to hold their meeting at their facility.

 

City Manager Larry Deetjen, City Attorney Andrew Maurodis and Commissioner Amadeo Trinchitella arrived at 7:40 P.M.

 

BOBBY RODRIGUEZ, FLORIDA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL AT QUIET WATERS PARK

 

Bobby Rodriguez discussed the Renaissance Festival.  He described the event as having a special 16th Century theme.  There will be a art and jewelry show. The festival will have over twelve stages throughout the park providing continuous entertainment.  Knights in full armor will exhibit actual full contact jousting.  An act from the Ivory Coast of Africa will be performing dances from the 16th Century period in Africa the last two weekends of the festival.

 

DEERFIELD BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM: STUDENTS FROM BELARUS

 

Linda Kal Sanders from the Deerfield Beach Middle School discussed that the Deerfield Beach Middle School participates in a student exchange program with the country of Belarus.  She introduced several students from Belarus and their Deerfield Beach host families.  Linda Kal Sanders also stated that the purpose of the exchange program is to produce a bilingual health booklet.  She requested that the Deerfield Beach City Commission give $1,500.00 toward the Belarus exchange students' trip to Tallahassee.

 

A motion to approve made by Vice Mayor Noland was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS:  Commissioners Shaddow, Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS:  None.

 

DIRECTOR OF BROWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISCUSSES ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY IN THE QUIET WATERS PARK VICINITY

 

Larry Lietzke the Broward County Community Services Director discussed the status of the Quiet Water property along Hillsboro Road.  He stated that the  County Administrator recommended that the County Commission consider the property as significant land in Broward County that could be potentially utilized for specific property development.  The recommendation was to use the land for the expansion of parks, acquisition of environmentally sensitive land and the purchase of open space and green ways.  Larry Lietzke stated that the County Commission is overwhelmed with the challenge of acquiring the specific property for development because of low funds.  The County Commission is going to conduct a workshop on March 2, 2000. The Broward County Parks and Recreation Director, Bob Harbin, and the Broward County Director for Planning and Environmental Protection, Steve Summerville, will make presentations to the County Commission to discuss the specific properties throughout Broward County, and the Quiet Waters property in Deerfield Beach will be presented.  The presentations will not be presented to the County Commission in an established priority order and the Quiet Waters property will be given equal consideration. The Commission inquired whether the County Commission would encourage citizens to attend and speak at the workshop.  Due to the fact that the workshop is not an official public hearing, local citizens may not be granted to speak at the workshop.

 

Larry Lietzke suggested to Kristin Jacobs that she discuss the property issue with the County Commission. He also requested that the County Commission grant the interested parties in the city to go before the County Commission to vote to have local citizens speak at the workshop March 2, 2000.

 

Kristin Jacobs declined to come to the January 25, 2000 Deerfield Beach City Commission Meeting.  Kristin Jacobs was instrumental in having this specific property appraised; however, the concern is that she has not assisted any further due to the fact that there are concerns about the purchase price for the property. The accusation is that Kristin Jacobs has referred to this particular property issue as a problem, and she has forwarded information about issues concerning the property that suggests that the property not be purchased.  The suggestion was made that the city purchase the property now and the County could reimburse the city for the purchase.   

 

Commissioner Trinchitella suggested that if the property is presented favorably to the County Commission on March 2, 2000, there is a possibility that the owner would wait until March to sell the property.  As per Larry Lietzke, the Parks and Recreation Director does not plan to present a particular property in an order of priority; however, Larry Lietzke stated that if the County Commission asks the Parks and Recreation Director for a priority list. Then the Parks and Recreation Director at that time can prepare a list.  Commissioner Trinchitella recommended that a letter be mailed to the County Commission requesting that the city can be placed on the agenda in order to have an opportunity to speak.  Commissioner Trinchitella suggested that an additional attempt to persuade Kristin Jacobs to agree to purchase the property should be made because the property is located in her district.  He stated that with her support the County Commission would be more receptive to the issue of buying the property.

 

Greg Rogers, the liaison between the owner and the city, approached the podium and stated that the owner accepted the appraised price for the property at $463,000.00. The owner agreed to sell at the appraised value; however, he would like to close on the sale in ninety days.  The owner does not want to have the property vacant and not have the freedom of utilizing the land.  At this time, there is not a buyer for the property.  The concern is that Kristin Jacobs had the property appraised, but she may not be concerned with purchasing the property at this time.  It was stated that the concern that Kristin Jacobs has is that the property was appraised initially by members of her staff, and it was deemed to be worth less than the second appraisal that is $6.50 per square foot.

 

Commissioner Trinchitella stated that the owner is getting money that can assist to pay the taxes on the property from the four billboards located on the property as the delay to sell the property continues.

 

WRITTEN REQUEST TO ADDRESS THE COMMISSION

 

THE XAVIER HOMES HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION REQUEST TO CLOSE SW 16TH PLACE EXIT

 

Yolanda Gayle, a member of the Xavier Homes Homeowners' Association, requested that the Deerfield Beach City Commission approve closure of the SW 16th Place exit that leads into the Xavier Homes development.  She stated that she has conferred with the Deerfield Beach Police Chief, and the Police Chief conferred with the Fire Department; thus, concluding that closing the SW 16th Place exit would not present safety issues for the residents.  Yolanda Gayle also stated that closing the exit would be beneficial to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office with regards to the Pompano area in back of the Xavier Homes development.  She submitted a written petition that has twenty-eight signatures requesting that the exit be closed.  Yolanda Gayle asked the City Commission if there were any funds that would assist in getting the SW 16th Place exit closed.  Commissioner Clarke-Reed stated that when the Xavier Homes were built it was initially located in the unincorporated Pompano vicinity; however, at this juncture, the Xavier Homes are located in the City of Deerfield Beach.  She recommended that the City Commission consider voting to close the exit.  Commissioner Clarke-Reed stated that the exit is a source of crime in the community and that the exit provides access to drug activity throughout the community. 

 

Ms. Gayle was advised that the city would assist her through the process of closing the street.  A public hearing would have to be held.

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS – CHANGE OF USE

 

INTEGRITY REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS, INC.

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on the following:

 

Change of use from accountant to real estate appraiser at 1191 E. Newport Center Drive. #207.

 

Legally advertised Sun–Sentinel - January 22, 2000

 

A motion to close the public hearing made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS:  Commissioners Shaddow, Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS:  None.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS:  Commissioners Shaddow and Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS:  None.

 

 

J & J EXPORT, INC.

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on the following:

 

            Change of use from construction clean-up to export car parts-office only at      1155 SW 1st Way.

 

            Legally advertised Sun Sentinel – January 22, 2000

 

A motion to close the public hearing made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:   YEAS: Commissioner Shaddow, Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS: None.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS:  Commissioners Shaddow, Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS:  None.

 

KYLE HANSEN’S LAWN AND LANDSCAPING SERVICE

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on the following:

 

Change of use from Boat/Ship yard and manufacturing of awnings to lawn and landscaping services at 1155 SW 1st Way.

 

Legally advertised Sun–Sentinel -  January 22, 2000

 

A motion to close the public hearing made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioners Shaddow, Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS:  None.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS:  Commissioners Shaddow, Clarke-Reed and Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS:  None.

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

There was none.

 

QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS

 

APPLICATION 99-P-147, MANFRED FRANZ BY PAUL LOVESKY

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on the following:

 

            Tabled from November 16, 1999 and December 7,1999 meetings.  To plat    a 1.608-acre parcel to be known as Quiet Waters Plaza at 4350 West   

            Hillsboro Boulevard.

 

Legally advertised – October 24, 1999.

 

Greg Rogers, speaking on behalf of the owner, requested that the city does not go forth with the platting of the property until there is a resolution on the property issue.  If Broward County does not purchase the property, he requested that the owner be allowed to proceed with the platting in the future.

 

John Kilroy, 38 NW 43rd Way, would like the County Commission to deny the owner the right to develop the property.  He stated that if Broward County does not purchase the property the owner would be forced to develop the property.  John Kilroy stated that he was against the owner building anything on the property that would cause heavy traffic and congestion in that particular vicinity.  He recommended that the Deerfield Beach City Commission, along with a representative from the County Commission take a strong position to advise Broward County to purchase the property.

 

According to City Attorney Andrew Maurodis, for a plat to be approved in the City all of the requirements in the land development code must be met. If the requirements are met the City Commission loses its discretion.  In this specific case, all of the criteria have been met under the prevailing case laws in the state of Florida; therefore, the Commission does lose its discretion with regard to the denial of the plat.

 

A motion to close the public hearing made by Vice Mayor Noland was seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS: None.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Shaddow was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shaddow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS: None

 

APPLICATION 99-RSO-14 AND CASE NO. 1694, PAUL PERKINS BY WILLIAM GALLO

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on the following:

 

            Continued from November 16, 1999, December 7, 1999 and January 4,

            2000 meetings. To construct a 4,200 square foot two-story office building;

            and seeking four (4) variances as follows: 1) to allow construction of a

            4,200 square-foot building 2) to provide a 4-foot landscape buffer along

            Hillsboro Boulevard 3) to provide parking spaces that are 18.5 feet in

Length; and 4) to erect a trellis structure which will be located 9 feet from the corner street side property line at 750 East Hillsboro Boulevard.

 

Legally Advertised October 24, 1999

 

William Gallo, an agent of Gallo Architects and Development Consultants, spoke on behalf of Paul Perkins, he stated that his client would like to erect a 4200 square foot two story office building on two lots.  The two lots lie between SE 8th Terrace and SE 8th Avenue on the South side of Hillsboro Boulevard.  William Gallo also stated that this specific property is located between properties to the East and West that have been developed similarly to Paul Perkin’s proposal.  William Gallo stated that the owners of those particular properties received the variances that Paul Perkins is requesting related to the green space relief along the rear property line and along Hillsboro Boulevard.  Mr. Gallo addressed the five variances briefly.

 

William Gallo stated that the variance relating to the trellis is an attempt to aesthetically balance the building.  He pointed out that the theme of the building would be in conjunction with the city’s vision to design buildings with a “Key West” style of architecture.  The trellis structure was designed to hide a trash enclosure.  The same trellis structure was used over a single parking space on the West side; however, William Gallo stated that if that variance obstructs the project it can be removed.  He claims that architecturally it makes a stronger statement to have the trellis remain and the C A B Board approved the project unanimously with the trellis in place. 

 

The remaining four variances all relate to the concept that the site is only 64ft deep.  His staff had three meetings to determine how to design a parking lot that would satisfy the concerns of the city.  The city’s concern is to have the greatest amount of green space on Hillsboro Boulevard.  To satisfy the city, William Gallo reduced the green strip from 10ft. to 4ft.  The second variance relates to the reduction of the parking space size from 20ft. to 18. 5ft.  It accommodates any size vehicle including a Ford Excursion.  They allowed for 2ft. of green space and use of a wheel stop in order to maximize the amount of green space, although the parking space was revised in its length. Adding the 4ft. green space along Hillsboro Boulevard causes the design to have the smallest amount of green space in the rear which is 2ft. 6 inches.  They will put Creeping Fig shrubs that would grow along the 6ft. stucco wall to separate the structure from the residential neighborhood which is required by the City Code Enforcement. 

 

A 3000 square foot building is the largest size that the city allows to be built on a single site.  The owner has two lots that technically gives him 6000 square feet in building space if two individual buildings were built on both of his sites. The last variance relates to the owner’s request to combine the sites into a single development and erect a 4200 square foot building which is 1800 square feet less bulk that would be allowed if he treated them each individually.

 

William Gallo reiterated that the owner’s proposal was unanimously approved by the CAB Board and the P&Z Board, and is asking that the City Commission grant the owner the variances.

 

Felipe Soto, 3420 SW 2nd Court, inquired about how many office spaces and parking spaces would be designed. 

 

William Gallo replied by stating that the building is being developed for a client that will use the space for a consulting firm.  It is an Internet company that does not have a high volume of traffic.  There are seven employees and there are fifteen parking spaces. This exceeds the fourteen parking space requirement.

 

A motion to close the public hearing made by Commissioner Trinchitella was seconded by Vice Mayor Noland.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS: None.

 

A motion to approve made by Vice Mayor Noland was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shaddow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.

 

APPLICATION 99-B3-80 AND CASE NO. 1681, JASON BIBI BY LAWRENCE KRAMER

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and the place for a public hearing on the following:

 

            Continued from January 4, 2000 meeting.  To construct an

            automotive repair/service and general business facility consisting

            of two buildings totaling 14,046 square feet; and seeking conditional

            use approval per Section 98-55(c)(1) of the Deerfield Beach Land

            Development Code in order to continue the existing automobile

            repair shop in a new building; and seeking a variance from Section

            in a new building; and seeking a variance from Section 98-55(c) of

            the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code for said conditional use to

            be on property which is less than 100 feet from residentially - zoned

            property.  The proposed location abuts residentially - zoned property

            (RM-15) on a 1.21-acre parcel described as Parcel A of Harb Corporation

            Plat, located at 2573 West Hillsboro Boulevard.

 

Legally advertised – December 26, 1999

 

A small portion of this site is currently developed and used as an automotive repair facility with the remainder of the site being undeveloped.  The applicant would like to remove the existing building on the property and build two new structures that would total 14,481 square feet.  One of the buildings would be utilized for auto repair business, and the other building would be used for general use. 

 

At the public hearing conducted by the Planning and Zoning Board, several residents from a portion of Deer Creek immediately adjacent to the property expressed their opposition to the project based primarily on the automotive repair aspect.  The Planning and Zoning Board voted unanimously to deny the project.

 

The applicant has revised the proposal to what he deems addresses the Planning and Zoning Board’s concern.  The buildings’ sizes have been altered slightly which is now 14,046.  The existing auto repair shop will remain on the property; however, it will be contained in the southernmost building away from the residential property.  The Northern building will be used for general use without any automotive service.  The conditional use approval is required in order to relocate the automotive shop into the new building.  The code states that the property line of the site on which the building possessing the conditional use is located must be at least 100ft from residentially zoned property.  In this case the property line is adjacent to residential property. 

 

Commissioner Shaddow stated that this case should not be presented to the City Commission because the Planning and Zoning Board unanimously denied the proposal.  The revised proposal must return to the Planning and Zoning Board for review.

 

Vice Mayor Noland stated that she would prefer that the amended site plan return to the Planning and Zoning Board in order to give the an opportunity to attend the Planning and Zoning Meeting where the changes will be presented.

 

A motion to remand to the plan back to the Planning and Zoning Board made by Vice Mayor Noland was seconded by Commissioner Trinchitella.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shaddow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS: None

 

APPLICATION 99-B1-144, THE SHACK BY JAMES GELFAND

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and the place for a public hearing on the following:

 

            Continued from January 4, 2000 meeting.  To construct a

675 square-foot restaurant with a 336 square-foot covered

porch for a total of  1,011 square feet on a .515-acre parcel

described as Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Powerline Park, located at 1380 South Powerline Road.

 

Legally advertised - December 26, 1999.

 

A motion to approve made by Vice Mayor Noland was seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shaddow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Noland and Mayor Capellini.  NAYS: None

 

APPLICATION 99-RM 15-38 AND CASE NO.1704, CREATIVE CHOICE HOMES, XIV, LTD. BY WILLIAM J. GALLO

 

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and the place for a public hearing on the following:

 

            To construct a 100-unit governmentally subsidized housing facility

            For the elderly; AND seeking the following three (3) VARIANCES from

            The provisions of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code:

(1)   from the provisions of Section 98-61 in order to allow a floor

area ratio of .96 rather than .60; (2) from the provisions of Section

98-61 in order to allow a landscape area of 30% (29,156 sq. ft.)

rather than 35% (33,890 sq. ft.); AND (3) from the provisions

of Section 98-93 in order to allow a special residential facility to

be located375 feet from another special residential facility rather than at least 1,500 feet distant.  A 2.223 acre parcel described as Tract A

of PINE SANDS PLAT, located at 531 S.W. 3rd Avenue.

 

The Mayor announced he would abstained from the discussion.

 

The plan has been approved by the Community Appearance Board, and the plans have been revised to comply with the departmental requirements, with the exception of variances being requested.  The governmentally subsidized housing facility for the elderly meets the definition of a special residential facility.  The zoning on this property requires thirty-seven units; therefore, the project will require the allocation of twenty-three flexibility units if it is approved.  There are currently two hundred and twenty available flexibility units throughout the city with thirty-one available within this particular flexibility zone.

 

On behalf of the applicant, Creative Choice Homes, Bryan Herbert addressed the City Commission along with two members Tim Wheat and Phillipe Boreaux of Creative Choice Homes. The representatives were present to answer programmatic or operational questions. 

 

The development has one hundred units. Eighty are single bedrooms units and twenty are have two bedrooms units.  The have been designed in accordance with the American Disabilities Act and are fully acceptable for handicap patrons.

The building was designed to be four stories in order to be compatible with the community, and compatible with the apartment complex adjacent to the southwest of the property.   

 

Willie James Ford, 940 SW 2nd Terrace, stated that he was opposed to the project.  He said that he would like to have elite homes on that property.

He stated that he would like to have impressive homes on that site.

 

Angela Hewitt, 1040 SW 8th Avenue, stated that she was opposed to the applicant’s proposal.  She said that she would like the site to remain vacant because it is across the street from a high school.  She also stated that there is an existing housing facility for the elderly in the immediate vicinity that is not completely filled to capacity.  Angela stated that she is living a nightmare on 10th Street and she claims that residents in her community were not aware of what was taking place with the property.

 

Sylvia Poitier stated that she spoke with Mayor Capellini about the project because it is his property.  She would like to she the property developed and utilized.  She will assist the developers in designing a plan to utilize the property.  She would like to see the property utilized in a manner that would best suit the community.

 

John Kilroy stated that he would like to the City of Deerfield Beach to remain

a small town.  He is opposed to the applicant’s proposal.

 

Commissioner Clarke-Reed claimed that the plan to build a governmentally subsidized elderly facility on the property is not necessary.  She stated that B’nai B'rith has an extensive waiting list. She recommended that the developer work with the community to derive a plan that would be beneficial and satisfy the residents.  Commissioner Clarke-Reed is against this project.

 

Commissioner Shaddow inquired if the developer is serious about making the necessary changes.  She stated that she will not delay the decision and table this case if the developer is not willing to discuss his commitment to devising a new plan.

 

Commissioner Trinchitella suggested that the developer seriously think about starting completely over.

 

Bryan Herbert requested a withdrawal of the application.

 

Mayor Capellini left the dais at 9:20 P.M. and returned at 9:30 P.M.

 

 

GENERAL ITEMS

 

APPEAL OF BOARD ADJUSTMENT DECISION

 

The City Commission denied the adjustment of variance Case No. 1702 located at 1640 SE 6th Street.  The was no discussion on this item.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CITY MANAGER AND CITY ATTORNEY TO NEGOTIATE PROPERTY

CONTROL AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 

RESOLUTION 2000/030

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND THE CITY ATTORNEY TO NEGOTIATE PROPERTY CONTROL AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT)

 

A motion to revise resolution made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shaddow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland. NAYS: None

 
CITY MANAGER AND CITY ATTORNEY TO ACQUIRE PROPERTY

FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 

RESOLUTION 2000/007

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING TO ALLOW THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY ATTORNEY TO ACQUIRE PROPERTY FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT)

 

According City Manager Larry Deetjen, the FDOT would like to improve  the exit ramp located North of the State Farm Good Neighbor House on SW 11th Way.  A larger portion of land is needed in order to complete the project.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 
APPOINT MEMBER FIREMEN’S PENSION TRUST FUND

 

RESOLUTION 2000/008

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING TO APPOINT MEMBER FIREMEN’S PENSION TRUST FUND

 

There are two vacancies on the Firemen’s Pension Trust Board.  Phil Gonot will remain on the board; however, he will be appointed by the City Commission.  At that time, the four board members will be responsible for electing the fifth member. 

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

INVESTMENT POLICY AND INTERNAL CONTROLS CERTIFICATION

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

According to the Director of Finance, Dave Bok, certification is required to be

given by the finance director on at least an annual basis.  Accompanying the

certification are investment statements that disclose the type of investments that were in the city portfolio as of September 30, 1999.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

WAIVER OF 60 DAY RETIREMENT NOTICE

 

There is a requirement in the non-uniformed pension plan that a minimum of a 60-day period must elapse between the time a participant gives his or her retirement notice and the date of his or her first monthly pension payment.  This requirement may be waived by the City Commission because of extenuating circumstances such as sickness or family illness.  Reba McGaugh, a 21year employee in good standing, is appealing to the City Commission to grant a waiver of the 60-day notice because of family illness.  She wishes to retire on January 31, 2000.  It is recommended that a waiver be granted.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT FOR “MINNET” FUNDS

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/009

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE APPROVAL OF THE SETTLEMENT FOR “MINNET” FUNDS

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

EXECUTION OF DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING AGREEMENT

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/010

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF THE DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING AGREEMENT

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT RENEWAL WITH DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP.

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/011

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO RENEW THE CONTRACT WITH DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP.

 

CONTRACT RENEWAL WITH MATVEST, INC. D/B/A BERMEX, INC.

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/012

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO RENEW THE CONTRACT WITH  MATVEST, INC. D/B/A BERMEX, INC.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT RENEWAL WITH VRCHOTA CORP.

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/013

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS RENEW THE CONTRACT WITH VRCHOTA CORP.

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH WOOL WHOLESALE PLUMBING

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/014

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO EXTEND THE CONTRACT WITH WOOL WHOLESALE PLUMBING

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH NEFF MACHINERY

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/015

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH NEFF MACHINERY

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

 CONTRACT WITH DUVAL FORD

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/016

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH DUVAL FORD

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH ATLANTIC FORD

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/017

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH ATLANTIC FORD

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH SOUTHERN SEWER EQUIPMENT SALES

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/018

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER A CONTRACT WITH SOUTHERN SEWER EQUIPMENT SALES

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH MELROE EQUIPMENT SALES

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/019

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH MELROE EQUIPMENT SALES

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH GUS MACHADO FORD

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/020

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH GUS MACHADO FORD

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH GUS MACHADO FORD

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

 

 

 

 

RESOLUTION 2000/021

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH GUS MACHADO FORD

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH L.B. SMITH COMPANY

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/022

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH L.B. SMITH COMPANY

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH CONTAINER SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/023

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A  CONTRACT WITH CONTAINER SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH NAVISTAR

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/024

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH NAVISTAR

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH MACK SALES OF SOUTH FLORIDA

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/025

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH MACK SALES OF SOUTH FLORIDA

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH MACK SALES OF SOUTH FLORIDA

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/026

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH MACK SALES OF SOUTH FLORIDA

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

CONTRACT WITH KELLY TRACTOR

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/027

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH KELLY TRACTOR

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

AGREEMENT FOR ENHANCED MARINE LAW ENFORCEMENT GRANT

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/028

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR ENHANCED MARINE LAW ENFORCEMENT GRANT

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

EXECUTION OF DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING AGREEMENT

 

City Attorney Maurodis read the following resolution in written form by title only:

 

RESOLUTION 2000/029

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING AGREEMENT

 

 

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was seconded by Commissioner Shaddow.  Roll call showed:  YEAS: Commissioner Shadow, Commissioner Clarke-Reed and Vice Mayor Noland.  NAYS: None.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS AND CITY MANAGER COMMENTS

 

There was none.

 

COMMENTS BY MAYOR AND COMMISSIONERS

 

COMMUNITY PARK MEETING

 

Vice Mayor Noland said that she wants residents of Deerfield Beach to attend the community park meeting Thursday, January 27, 2000.  She stated that it is significant to have community members present to contribute their services and to bring others along when attending the meetings.

 

 

 

 

FOUNDERS' DAY PARADE AND CARNIVAL

 

Vice Mayor Noland stated that tickets for the Founders' Day Parade and Carnival are being sold at half price at the Pioneer Park Community Center.  She also announced that the Founders' Day Carnival will be held on February 18, 19, 20, 2000 and the Founders Day Parade will be held on February 19, 2000.

 

SPEEDING IN LITTLE HARBOR

 

Vice Mayor Noland stated that she is concerned about the traffic dilemma in Little Harbor.  She said that a car almost struck two children, and there have also been reports of excessive speeding.  Police officers have been ticketing in Little Harbor.  Vice Mayor Noland stated that she would like Chief Brennan to continue deploying officers to that particular neighborhood to ameliorate the problem.

 

GROWTH MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

 

Commissioner Clarke-Reed stated that she attended the Growth Management Workshop with Secretary Steven M. Seibert, Florida Department of Community Affairs, Darrick Green, and Jerry Ferguson.  She stated that new legislation with regards to growth management is being created.  She recommends that the Deerfield Beach City Commission be abreast of the new legislation.  She said that Senator Geller would co-sponsor of some of the new legislation along with Senator Lee.  Commissioner Clarke-Reed reiterated that the Deerfield Beach City Commission should follow the progress of the new legislation closely.

 

CHAIRPERSON OF THE CULTURAL COMMITTEE EXPERIENCED A LOSS

 

Commissioner Shaddow announced that Kallie Xenakis the Chairperson of the Cultural Committee, recently lost her husband.  Commissioner Shaddow requested that support and consolation be given to Kelly during her mourning period.  

 

PROPERTY IN DISTRICT 4

 

Commissioner Shaddow stated that there will be a public hearing regarding a site plan on property in District 4 that was annexed into Deerfield Beach in 1990 next to Independence Bay and Waterways.  She stated that her reason for informing the public about this public hearing is because it is not a usual procedure known to the public.  Commissioner Shaddow also stated that there will be a quasi-judicial public hearing on the site plan.  The meeting will be held in the City Commission room January 31, 2000 at 2:30 P.M.

 

Commissioner Clarke-Reed asked why the procedure was being handled in this manner.

 

City Attorney Andrew Maurodis replied to Commissioner Clarke-Reed’s question by stating that the annexation bill that was adopted by the legislature indicates that this property would only be annexed into Deerfield Beach if the procedural requirements for Broward County plans would still be employed to this property.  The Broward County Commission does not hear site plans.  Site plans are rejected and approved by the Development Review Committee.  Therefore, the Deerfield Beach City Commission has to mimic that system because of that special law concerning the property.  The Deerfield Beach City Commission will not have the opportunity to hear the case.

 

Commissioner Shaddow stated that she could not comment on this particular site plan because she has not reviewed it to date; however, she stated that she has heard that the company presiding over this case is professional.  Commissioner Shaddow announced that she would be present at the Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing, January 31, 2000.

 

Commissioner Clarke-Reed requested locations of Oil Tank Farms and she was told by Mayor Capellini to contact the (FDOT).

 

According to Commissioner Shaddow the President of the Independence Bay Homeowner’s Association stated in a letter that the residents of Independence Bay are in opposition to this procedure. 

 

Commissioner Shaddow stated that the site plan would be presented before the Development Review Committee; however, she is concerned that the residents of Independence Bay are unaware of the fact that the City Commission will not have any involvement in a ruling.

 

City Attorney Andrew Maurodis explained the process that will have to take place would be exactly like Broward County’s process.  He stated that the site plan comes in as being reviewed against all of the Broward County zoning ordinances for this (M4) zoning.  The Development Review Committee has to make a report in which they either deny the application as not meeting the land development code, approve it as submitted, or approve it with conditions.  In the conditions it will specifically state what changes need to be made to the plans in order for it to comply with all of the code requirements.  Since 1990 the quasi-judicial requirements have come on line, and the City Attorney has inserted this quasi-judicial public hearing in the process.  The draft DRC report will be available to the applicant on Friday, January 28, 2000.  On Monday, January 31, 2000 a public hearing will be held in order to obtain public comments, to get a record of the DRC draft report and any responses or comments from the applicant.  After the public hearing the DRC report is finalized.  All of the additional input and information gathered from the public hearing will be taken into account.

 

If the site plan is approved with conditions, the applicant has six month to revise the plans to meet all of the conditions and get the sign-off before the development order is issued.  The only basis for denial would be if the applicant does not meet the requirements.

 

Mayor Capellini suggested that a letter be mailed to residents of Independence Bay informing them about the fact that the Deerfield Beach City Commission will not be involved in the decisions made at the Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing.

 

Commissioner Shaddow responded by stating that the residents may not fully understand the process and think that the Development Review Committee has special latitude in this case.

 

City Attorney Andrew Maurodis stated that he will contact the president of the homeowners' association at Independence Bay and explain the process as well as recommend that the homeowners' association inform the residents of the procedure.

 

The residents from Independence Bay could access the draft DRC report as early as Friday, January 28, 2000.

 

INTRODUCTION OF NEWLY APPOINTED DEPUTY CITY CLERK

 

City Manager Larry Deetjen requested that the new Deputy City Clerk approach the podium to address the Mayor, City Commission and the public.

 

Deputy City Clerk, Anissa Brathwaite, stated that she was pleased to be the Deputy City Clerk.  She also stated that she believes in the vision of the city and she desires to be present as the vision manifests.  Anissa Brathwaite stated that she wants to contribute her skill and knowledge as the city progresses in the 21st Century.

 

PUBLIC TO BE HEARD

 

Mr. Tom Treacy, 1114 Little Harbor Drive, spoke on behalf of the homeowners in Little Harbor.  He thanked the City Commission for the landscaping that was done in the neighborhood.  He also said that in order to alleviate the speeding problem in Little Harbor, he recommended extending the last island in Little Harbor toward north.  There is a large opening that cars frequently use to cross over to the bridge that can be hazardous.

 

City Manager Larry Deetjen stated Little Harbor has considered the extension of the last Island before the bond Issue.  He said that in the month of February, there will be several meetings with the traffic engineer and Little Harbor residents to resolve this issue.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

The meeting was adjourned at 9:50 P.M.

 

 

 

 

                                                                       

                                                                     ALBERT R. CAPELLINI, P.E., MAYOR

 

 

Attest:

 

 

 

      

FELICIA M. BRAVO, CITY CLERK