CITY OF VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
MAY 3, 2011 9:30 A.M.
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, VERO BEACH, FLORIDA

A G E N D A

1. CALL TO ORDER

A. Roll Call
B. Invocation – Pastor Kent Hawkins/Cornerstone Christian Church
C. Pledge of Allegiance

2. PRELIMINARY MATTERS

A. Agenda Additions, Deletions, and Adoption
B. Proclamations

1. Officer John Morrison to be presented with a proclamation for receiving Treasure Coast Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
2. ARC of Indian River County
3. National Preservation Month – May 2011
4. National Police Officers Week – May 15-21, 2011
5. National Safe Boating Week – May 21-27, 2011
6. Certificates to be presented to Vice Mayor Turner, Councilmember Fletcher
and Councilmember Carroll for their completion of the 2011 Institute for
Elected Municipal Officials

C. Public Comment

D. Adoption of Consent Agenda

1. Regular City Council Minutes – April 19, 2011
2. 26th Avenue Drainage Improvements Project – COVB Public Works Project No. 2010-03 – Requested by the Assistant City Engineer
3. Request for Approval – Bid #110-11/PJW – Sub #10 – Requested by the Director of Electric T&D
4. Wastewater Treatment Plant Clarifier Rehabilitation – Recommendation of Final Acceptance and Payment – City of Vero Beach Project No. WS07011 (Bid No. 070-07/JV) – Requested by the Water and Sewer Director

(The matters listed on the consent agenda will be acted upon by the City Council in a single vote unless any Councilmember requests that any specific item be considered separately.)

3. PUBLIC HEARINGS

4. RESOLUTIONS FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT PUBLIC HEARING

A) A Resolution of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, approving and authorizing the Execution of the third amended and restated Interlocal Agreement to be executed among the members of Florida Gas Utility; providing certain authorizations; providing an Effective Date; and providing certain other details and respect thereto. – Requested by the Director of Power Resources

5. FIRST READINGS BY TITLE FOR ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
THAT REQUIRE A FUTURE PUBLIC HEARING

6. CITY CLERK’S MATTERS

A) Mr. David Johnson, President of HR Dynamics, would like to discuss the credentials of the final applicants for the City Manager’s position.

7. CITY MANAGER’S MATTERS

8. CITY ATTORNEY’S MATTERS

A) Status Change – Assistant City Attorney
B) Dodgertown land swap – closing documents

9. CITY COUNCIL MATTERS

A. Old Business

1. FPL Report – Requested by Councilmember Heady
2. OUC Contract – Requested by Councilmember Heady
3. Water Sewer Update – Requested by Councilmember Heady
4. Continuation of discussion, consideration of Charter Officer positions – Requested by Councilmember Heady

B. New Business

1. GAI Electrical Consulting Contract – Requested by Vice Mayor Turner
2. Consideration of FPL offer – Requested by Councilmember Heady
3. Request for staff presentations on any errors in any electric utility presentation to City Council by any individual or group – Requested by Councilmember Heady
4. Discussion on City Manager position – Requested by Councilmember Heady

10. INDIVIDUAL COUNCILMEMBERS’ MATTERS

A. Mayor Jay Kramer’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

B. Vice Mayor Pilar Turner’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

C. Councilmember Tracy Carroll’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

D. Councilmember Brian Heady’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

1. Any item or items removed from meeting agenda.

E. Councilmember Craig Fletcher’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

11. ADJOURNMENT

Council Meetings will be televised on Channel 13 and replayed.

This is a Public Meeting. Should any interested party seek to appeal any decision made by Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will need a record of the proceedings and that, for such purpose he may need to ensure that a record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Anyone who needs a special accommodation for this meeting may contact the City’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator at 978-4920 at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

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