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Meeting Name: CITY COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/7/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Commission Chambers/Virtual
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#R7225 11.MinutesResolutionMinutes from the Regular Commission Meetings of May 19, 2021 and June 2, 2021.   Not available Not available
#R7425 12.R7425 Award of Security Guard ServicesResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7425 approving the award of Request for Proposals No. 21-01-11, for Security Guard Services at the Miramar Cultural Center Artspark, Wastewater Reclamation Facility and the Multi-Service Complex, to Bright Light Security Services, L.L.C.; authorizing the City Manager to execute a security guard services agreement with Bright Light Security Services, L.L.C., for an initial three-year term with the option to renew for two additional one-year terms in an annual amount not-to-exceed $173,400. (Cultural Affairs Assistant Director Zakiya Kelley and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7433 23.#R7433 TURN-KEY MODIFIED SHIPPING CONTAINERSResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7433 approving the award of the agreement entitled: “Continuing Services to Turn-Key Modified Shipping Containers for the Miramar Regional Park Amphitheater“ to STHC Restoration, LLC.; authorizing the City Manager to execute the proposed agreement with STHC Restoration, L.L.C.; authorizing the City Manager to execute the proposed agreement with STHC Restoration, L.L.C., for the provision of contracting services, in an amount not-to-exceed $276,258.53 and allocating a contingency allowance of $10,000, for a total project cost of $286,258.53. (Support Services Construction Administrator Daryll Johnson and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7446 14.Temp. Reso. #R7446 AV Upgrade for Town Center Council ChambersResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7446 approving the purchase of equipment and professional services for the upgrade of the Town Center Commission Chamber’s Audiovisual System from Audio Visual Innovations, Inc., in an amount not-to-exceed $258,982, through the utilization of the Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS) Contract # 200904. (Information Technology Director Clayton D. Jenkins)   Not available Not available
#R7444 15.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
#R7442 16.R7442 FLORIDA MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDINGResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7442 authorizing the City of Miramar Florida to join with the State of Florida and other local governmental units as a participant in the Florida Memorandum of Understanding and formal agreements implementing a unified plan for the proposed allocation and use of the opioid litigation settlement proceeds. (City Attorney Burnadette Norris-Weeks)   Not available Not available
#R7386 17.R7386 - Award of IFB 21-005 - Ansin Access DriveResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7386 approving the award of Invitation for Bids No. 21-005, entitled "Ansin Sports Complex- Phase IV- Access Drive", to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Bejar Construction, Inc.; authorizing the City Manager to execute the proposed agreement with Bejar Construction, Inc. in an amount not-to-exceed $924,206.26 and allocating a 10% construction contingency allowance of $92,420.63, for a total project cost of $1,016,626.89. (Senior Project Engineer Leah deRiel and Procurement Director Alicia Ayum)   Not available Not available
#R7438 18.R7438 Stormwater Preliminary Assessment for FY2022ResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7438 relating to the provision of Stormwater Management Services in the City of Miramar, Florida; establishing the preliminary stormwater assessment rate for Stormwater Management Services for the Fiscal Year beginning October 1, 2021; directing the preparation of an assessment roll; authorizing a Public Hearing and directing the provision of notice thereof. (Public Works Director Anthony Collins)   Not available Not available
#R7435 19.FY22 Proposed Millage RateResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7435 establishing a proposed millage rate for Tax Year 2021 (Fiscal Year 2022); providing for the rolled-back rate; providing for the date, time, and place of the Public Hearing to consider the proposed millage rate and tentative budget; providing for advertisement and for transmittal to the Property Appraiser and Tax Collector. (Management and Budget Director Rafael Samiguel)   Not available Not available
#R7434 110.R7434 FY22 Fire Protection ServicesResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7434 relating to the provision of Fire Protection Services, facilities, and programs in the City of Miramar, Florida; establishing the estimated assessment rate for Fire Protection Assessments for the Fiscal Year beginning October 1, 2021; directing the preparation of an assessment roll; authorizing a Public Hearing and directing the provision of notice thereof. (Management & Budget Director Rafael Sanmiguel)   Not available Not available
#R7410 111.R7410 PY 2021-2022 CDBG Action PlanResolutionTemp. Reso. #R7410 approving the Program Year 2021 - 2022 Community Development Block Grant Program Action Plan; authorizing submission of the Program Year 2021 - 2022 Community Development Block Grant Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (Community Development Assistant Director Deborah Stevens)   Not available Not available
#O1743 312.Miramar Innovation & Techniology Activity CenterOrdinanceSECOND READING of Temp. Ord. #O1743 considering an expedited state review comprehensive plan amendment to Part 1: Goals, Objectives and Policies of the adopted City of Miramar Comprehensive Plan, pursuant to the provisions of Sections 163.3174, 163.3177, 163.3184 (3) & (11), Florida Statutes (2020), Article 1 of the Administrative Rules Document: BrowardNext - Broward County Land Use Plan, and Section 303 of the City of Miramar Land Development Code; specifically by amending the texts of the Future Land Use Element at Policy 1.14 to create the Miramar Innovation and Technology Activity Center (“MITAC”) Future Land Use Designation featuring the following density and intensity of land uses: 450 multi-family dwelling units, 300,000 square feet of commercial uses, 200,000 square feet of office uses, 160,000 square feet of municipal facility uses, 276,000 square feet of public school uses and 10.23 acres of park/open space; and by further amending the Future Land Use Map to delineate the boundary of the MITAC and also change the Future Land Use Designation of the 83.2-acre area also know   Not available Not available
#O1774 213.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 214.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 215.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