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Meeting Name: CITY COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/18/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Commission Chambers/Virtual
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#R7463 11.MinutesResolutionMinutes from the Regular Commission Meeting of June 16, 2021.   Not available Not available
#R7439 12.Temp Reso. 7439 Authorizing the expenditure of $50,000 of Law Enforcement Trust Funds necessary for advanced training for the Miramar Police DepartmentResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7439 authorizing the expenditure of $50,000 of Law Enforcement Trust Funds necessary for advanced training for the Miramar Police Department. (Police Major Shalida Smith)   Not available Not available
#R7445 13.R7445 - Approving HMMOA with FDOT for Bass Creek Traffic Calming InitiativeResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7445 approving a Highway Maintenance Memorandum of Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation for the Bass Creek Road Traffic Calming Initiative Project. (City Engineer Salvador Zuniga)   Not available Not available
#R7450 14.R7450 - Acceptance of Water, Sewer & Reuse Water System Improvements for BoardwalkResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7450 accepting an Absolute Bill of Sale and Easement from Boardwalk 280, LLC for the water and sewer system improvements to serve the Boardwalk 280 Development; authorizing the release of Letter of Credit No. 11957 in the amount of $434,596 and accepting a One-Year Maintenance Cash Bond in the amount of $102,091.25 from Boardwalk 280, LLC. (City Engineer Salvador Zuniga)   Not available Not available
#R7451 15.R7451- Approval of ILA for Surtax-funded Municipal Transportation Project - Pembroke Road_Miramar Pkwy ExpansionResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7451 approving the Interlocal Agreement between Broward County and the City of Miramar for Surtax-Funded Municipal Transportation Project: Pembroke Road/Miramar Parkway Expansion (MIRA-001, 002, 003, and 004). (City Engineer Salvador Zuniga)   Not available Not available
#R7452 16.R7452- Supporting Pembroke Pines as Lead Agency Administering CSMP Projects via LAPResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7452 expressing support for the City of Pembroke Pines acting as Lead Agency and administering Complete Street Improvement Projects along Pembroke Road from SW 145TH Ave to Douglas Road, as included in the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (“MPO”) Complete Streets Master Plan (“CSMP”), to be delivered through the Local Agency Program (“LAP”). (City Engineer Salvador Zuniga)   Not available Not available
#R7448 17.R7448 Additional Expenditures with TraneResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7448 approving the purchase for installation of an HVAC system for Town Center Commission Chambers Audio Visual Room from Trane US, Inc., in the additional amount of $60,000, for total expenditures during Fiscal Year 2021 in the amount of $134,000; utilizing U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance Contract No. RFP No. 15-JLP-023 entitled “HVAC Products, Installation, Services and Related Products and Services”. (Public Works Assistant Director Kirk Hobson-Garcia and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7449 18.R7449 Additional Expenditures with Advanced PetroleumResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7449 approving the purchase of repair and maintenance services for the Wastewater Reclamation Facility (“WWRF”) Fuel Depot from Advanced Petroleum Services, Inc., in an additional amount of $17,481 for total expenditures during Fiscal Year 2021 in the amount of $85,117; utilizing City of Coral Gables Invitation for Bid (“IFB”) No. 2020-016 entitled “Fuel Station and Storage Facility Maintenance”. (Public Works Assistant Director Kirk Hobson-Garcia and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7453 19.AERATION BASIN INFLUENT CHANNEL CLEANINGResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7453 approving the award of Invitation for Bids No. 21-019, entitled “Aeration Basin Influent Channel Cleaning”, to U.S. Submergent Technologies, L.L.C. in a lump sum amount of $149,960 to clean the aeration basin influent channel at the Wastewater Reclamation Facility. (Utilities Director Roy Virgin and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7455 210.EMERGENCY PROCESS VALVE REPLACEMENTResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7455 ratification of the purchase of emergency process valve replacement for Clarifier No. 1 and Aeration Basin No. 3 at Wastewater Reclamation Facility from Giannetti Contracting Company in an amount of $392,334. (Utilities Director Roy Virgin and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7447 111.Renewal for Broker ServicesResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7447 authorizing the City Manager to exercise the second of two (2) one-year renewal options of the Property & Casualty Insurance Broker Services Contract with Arthur J. Gallagher Services, Inc. (Arthur J. Gallagher) for the period of October 1, 2021, to October 1, 2022. (Human Resources Director Randy Cross)   Not available Not available
#R7471 112.#R7471 Board AppointmentsResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7471 approving an appointment for replacement to the Blasting Citizen Advisory Committee. (City Clerk Denise A. Gibbs)   Not available Not available
#R7444 213.LUMA Miramar Workforce HousingResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7444 authorizing the issuance by the Capital Projects Finance Authority of its Essential Housing Revenue Bonds, Series 2021 for the purpose of financing the acquisition of a certain housing facility located within the City and herein described. (Continued from the Meeting of 07/07/21) (ITEM WITHDRAWN) (Assistant City Manager Shaun D. Gayle)   Not available Not available
#R7414 214.PBA - New Collective Bargaining AgreementResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7414 approving a three-year Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of Miramar, Florida and the Police Benevolent Association of Broward County, Florida, representing City Police Officers and Sergeants, for the period from October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2024. (Continued from the Meeting of 05/19/21) (Human Resources Director Randy Cross)   Not available Not available
#R7467 115.GAME Collective Bargaining AgreementResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7467 approving a three-year Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of Miramar, Florida and the General Association of Miramar Employees for the period from October 1, 2021, through September 30, 2024. (Human Resources Director Randy Cross)   Not available Not available
#R7468 116.International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) - CBAResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7468 approving a three-year Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of Miramar, Florida and the International Association of Firefighters, representing non-management sworn firefighters, for the period from October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2024. (Human Resources Director Randy Cross)   Not available Not available
#R7469 117.COMPREHENSIVE PAY PLANResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7469 approving a Comprehensive Pay Plan for Unrepresented Employees for the period beginning October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022. (Human Resources Director Randy Cross)   Not available Not available
#R7472 118.R7472 Resolution Authorizing HB1 LitigationResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7472 authorizing the Public Rights Project, a project of the Tides Center, Community Justice Project, and Southern Poverty Law Center to file a lawsuit on behalf of the City of Miramar, Florida, that facially challenges Section 1 of CS/HB 1 (2021). (Sponsored by Mayor Wayne M. Messam) (City Attorney Burnadette Norris-Weeks)   Not available Not available
#O1774 319.Miramar Innovation and Technology Village RezoningOrdinanceSECOND READING of Temp. Ord. #O1774 relating to Land Development Regulations; amending the Zoning Map of the City of Miramar for approximately 32 acres of real properties generally located and lying on both sides of Miramar Parkway, between the Florida Turnpike and SW 68th Avenue, as further described in Exhibit “A” attached hereto, in accordance with the requirements of Subsection 166.041(3), Florida Statutes and Section 304 of the Land Development Code of the City of Miramar; more specifically by changing the zoning map designation of: (1) those certain parcels with Parcel ID Numbers 5141-2608-0010, 5141-2608-0011, 5141-2608-0012, 5141-2608-0021, 5141-2621-0010, 5141-2621-0020, and 5141-2622-0010 from Community Business (B2) District to Mixed-Use Low (ML) District; (2) that certain parcel with Parcel ID Number 5141-2608-0022 from Open Space/Recreation (OS) Zoning District to Mixed-Use Low (ML) District; (3) those certain parcels with Parcel ID Numbers 5141-2600-0060 and 5141-2066-0061 from Community Facilities (CF) Zoning District and Open Space/Recreation (OS) Zoning District to   Not available Not available
#O1776 320.Maple MultiFamily Land LP RezoningOrdinanceSECOND READING of Temp. Ord. #O1776 relating to Land Development Regulations, considering Application No. 1902522 for an amendment to the Zoning Map of the City of Miramar, more specifically by changing the Zoning Map Designation of two parcels of land totaling 17.16 acres, located on the northwest corner of Miramar Parkway and SW 145 Avenue, and legally identified with parcel identification numbers 5140-27-11-0014 and 5140-27-11-0010 from Community Business (B2) to Mixed-Use Low (ML); making findings; providing for adoption; providing for severability; providing for administrative correction of scrivener’s errors; and providing for an effective date. (Passed 1st Reading on 08/18/21) (Community Development Director Eric Silva)   Not available Not available
#R7441 221.TR7441 Monarch Professional Centre VariancesResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7441 considering Variance Application No. 2101556 from Land Development Code (“LDC”) Section 506.6.2, Perimeter Bufferyards; considering Variance Application No. 2101557 from LDC Section 506.6.4, Pedestrian Landscape Zones; considering Variance Application No. 2101558 from LDC Section 808.1.5, Size and Character of Parking Spaces; considering Variance Application No. 2101559 from LDC Section 808, Tandem Parking; and considering Variance Application No. 2101560 from LDC Section 808.5, Loading Spaces; for the Monarch Professional Centre, located at 12741 through 12781 Miramar Parkway, north of Miramar Parkway and west of Flamingo Road. (Continued from the meeting of 08/18/21) (Staff recommends continuance to the meeting of 10/13/21) (Community Development Director Eric Silva)   Not available Not available