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Community Redevelopment Agency Roger Reinke, Assistant City Manager December 10, 2009 Assistant City Manager Report – Item 8

The following are updates regarding actions by the CRA/City Council affecting the Community Redevelopment District since the last CRAAB meeting:
CRA Officers Pending amended CRA By-Laws, selection of Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson to be held following City Council elections in 2010. Fifth Avenue South Lighting and Landscaping Project The lighting project will be sent out for bidding. The landscaping project is no longer being considered for funding 2010. River Park Pool City Council authorized $300,000 from the CRA Fund as a partial funding for the River Park Pool Project. Connectivity and Place-making City Council authorized $275,000 from the CRA Fund balance to fund the “Connectivity and Place-making” program, approving expenditure of $25,000 for design and $250,000 for construction. Site Improvement Grants CRA consensus for staff to base the development of general parameters regarding the grant program on the $183,000 in the Affordable Housing Trust Fund. CRA Marketing City Council authorized Resolution 09-12564 approving a budget amendment to appropriate $50,000 to an advertising campaign in the Community Redevelopment Area. City Map City Council approved Resolution 09-12576 authorizing $15,000 for “A City Map” and requesting staff to develop a pedestrian map of the Naples downtown area. Funding Options for US 41 Underpass George Archibald will present options to the City Council meeting December 16, 2009.

Ethics above all else... Service to others before self... Quality in all that we do.

Page 2 Special Events Change in policy to allow additional events which will be discussed further at the City Council’s December 14th meeting. Live Entertainment City Council approved an Ordinance on first reading, adding Section 56-125(a) to the Code of Ordinances to extend the hours for live entertainment on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. (The amended ordinance is to be submitted for Planning Advisory Board (PAB) review on 12.09.09 and second reading by Council on 12.16.09). Fifth Avenue South Storefront Lighting Consensus to determine the need for an ordinance dealing with storefront lighting to be considered in January. Duties of CRA/CRAAB No Changes Pedestrian Crosswalk at 4 Corners No plans to fund this project in 2010. Naples Link No plans to fund this project in 2010.

Ethics above all else... Service to others before self... Quality in all that we do.

This document is promulgated solely for the purpose of providing a brief reference to Community Redevelopment Agency action. It is not to be construed as the minutes of the Community Redevelopment Agency meeting or in any way the official record of said meeting.

NOTICE OF JOINT MEETING AND Annotated AGENDA Naples Community Redevelopment Agency and Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board
City Council Chamber, 735 Eighth Street South, Naples, Florida
Gary Price II, Chairman William Willkomm III, Vice Chair CRA Members: Mayor Bill Barnett Vice Mayor Penny Taylor Teresa Lee Heitmann, John Sorey III, Margaret Sulick General Counsel: Robert D. Pritt · Clerk: Tara A. Norman · Assistant City Manager: Roger Reinke Welcome to today's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting. If you wish to address the CRA regarding an item listed on this agenda, please complete a registration form at the rear of the room and place it in the Request Box located near the City Attorney's seat on the dais prior to consideration of that item. We ask that speakers limit their comments to 3 minutes and that large groups name a spokesperson whenever possible. Thank you for your interest and participation in City government.

Meeting Monday, October 19, 2009
Convened 9:12 a.m. / Adjourned 11:34 a.m.
Any information which is provided in advance of this meeting on items listed below may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, Room B, City Hall, or at the Collier County Public Library Research Section, 650 Central Avenue. See also City of Naples home page, http://www.naplesgov.com call the City Clerk's Office, 213-1015. All written, audio-visual and other materials presented to the Community Redevelopment Agency during this meeting will become the property of the City of Naples and will be retained by the City Clerk.

Roll call – CRA – All present; CRAAB – Suarez absent. Set agenda (add or remove items) – As submitted / Barnett / Taylor / 7-0. Approval of Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Minutes – 09/16/09; as submitted / Taylor / Sulick / 7-0. 4. Discussion of the Duties and Responsibilities of the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board (CRAAB) – Staff directed to schedule CRA meeting 11/04/09 for discussion regarding responsibilities of CRA and CRAAB, review of distribution of former FASAC (Fifth Avenue South Action Committee) responsibilities; and review of recommendations to be submitted by CRAAB regarding its responsibilities. 5. Discussion of the Future Direction of Capital Improvement Projects in the CRA Area – Discussions regarding the following to be added to the 11/04/09 CRA meeting: use of TIF (Tax Incremental Financing) funds; review of past TIF allocations since 1997; review of capital improvement priorities to be provided by CRAAB; and action plans (short term to be implemented prior to season and long term involving one year). 6. Discussion of Live Entertainment and Special Event Philosophy in the CRA Area – Further discussion of input received to occur at 11/04/09 CRA meeting. Consensus for staff to contact the TDC’s (Tourist Development Council’s) advertiser regarding marketing of City of Naples. Public Comment - None Correspondence / Communications – None. Adjourn – 11:34 a.m.
NOTICE Formal action may be taken on any item discussed or added to this agenda. Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Community Redevelopment Agency with respect to any matter considered at this meeting (or hearing) will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be heard. Any person with a disability requiring auxiliary aids and services for this meeting may call the City Clerk's Office at 213-1015 with requests at least two business days before the meeting date.

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This document is promulgated solely for the purpose of providing a brief reference to Community Redevelopment Agency action. It is not to be construed as the minutes of the Community Redevelopment Agency meeting or in any way the official record of said meeting.

NOTICE OF MEETING AND Annotated AGENDA Naples Community Redevelopment Agency
City Council Chamber, 735 Eighth Street South, Naples, Florida
Gary Price II, Chairman William Willkomm III, Vice Chair CRA Members: Mayor Bill Barnett Vice Mayor Penny Taylor Teresa Lee Heitmann, John Sorey III, Margaret Sulick General Counsel: Robert D. Pritt · Clerk: Tara A. Norman Welcome to today's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting. If you wish to address the CRA regarding an item listed on this agenda, please complete a registration form at the rear of the room and place it in the Request Box located near the City Attorney's seat on the dais prior to consideration of that item. We ask that speakers limit their comments to 3 minutes and that large groups name a spokesperson whenever possible. Thank you for your interest and participation in City government.

Meeting Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Convened 1:00 p.m. / Adjourned 5:00 p.m.
One or more Members of the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board may Attend
Any information which is provided in advance of this meeting on items listed below may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, Room B, City Hall, or at the Collier County Public Library Research Section, 650 Central Avenue. See also City of Naples home page, http://www.naplesgov.com call the City Clerk's Office, 213-1015. All written, audio-visual and other materials presented to the Community Redevelopment Agency during this meeting will become the property of the City of Naples and will be retained by the City Clerk.

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Roll call - All present. Set agenda (add or remove items) – No changes / Barnett / Sulick / 7-0 Approval of Minutes – 10/19/09 Joint Meeting / Sorey / Taylor / 7-0 (Items 4, 5, and 6 presented consecutively prior to action occurring following Item 6) 4. Discussion of a Marketing Campaign – Continue discussion to 11/16/09 CRA meeting with City Council action scheduled 11/18/09 / Taylor / Barnett / 6-1 (Heitmann dissenting) 5. Presentation Regarding Community Redevelopment Area / Fifth Avenue South Connectivity and Place-making – Presentation only. 6. Consider Recommendations by the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board (CRAAB) for Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Projects and Programs; Review Project Expenditures for 1997-2009; and Future Direction of Capital Improvement Projects in the CRA Area –See Page 2. 7. Discussion of Live Entertainment and Special Event Philosophy in the CRA Area – Continued from 10/19/09 CRA/CRAAB Joint Meeting / Continue Items 7 and 8 to 11/16/09 / Willkomm / Barnett / 6-1. 8. Discussion of the Duties and Responsibilities of the Community Redevelopment Agency, the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board, and review of former Staff Action Committee (SAC) Duties / Continued to 11/16/09 (see Item 7 above). Public Comment – R. Williamson – urged reasonable extension of live entertainment hours first be implemented on a trial basis prior to expending funds for various other enhancement proposals cited at this meeting.

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Correspondence / Communications – Place 10/28/09 response by City Manager to Member Heitmann regarding Fifth Avenue South issues on 11/16/09 agenda (Heitmann); and add review of Four Corners (to Gordon River bridge) plan to 11/16/09 agenda (Sulick).

Consensuses reflected below resulting from concurrent discussion of Items 4, 5, and 6: Consensus to direct staff to prioritize and obtain costs for the following: banners/markers for entire district; pedestrian crosswalk at US 41 (Four Corners); improve pedestrian underpass via lighting and signage (US 41 between Tin City and Bayfront); propane or electric powered transportation vehicle(s); walking tour brochure; extending Third Avenue South from Tenth to Goodlette-Frank Road; lighting on Fourth Avenue South; and utilizing Sixth Avenue South for connectivity of waterfront and Fifth Avenue South commercial districts / Price / Willkomm / 5-2 (Heitmann and Sorey dissenting). Consensus for staff to obtain costs for portions of the lighting project and landscaping project such as Fifth Avenue South from Third to US 41; Fourth Avenue South and Sixth Avenue South / Sulick / Willkomm / 7-0.

Adjourn – 5:00 p.m.
NOTICE Formal action may be taken on any item discussed or added to this agenda. Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Community Redevelopment Agency with respect to any matter considered at this meeting (or hearing) will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be heard. Any person with a disability requiring auxiliary aids and services for this meeting may call the City Clerk's Office at 213-1015 with requests at least two business days before the meeting date.

This document is promulgated solely for the purpose of providing a brief reference to Community Redevelopment Agency action. It is not to be construed as the minutes of the Community Redevelopment Agency meeting or in any way the official record of said meeting.

NOTICE OF MEETING AND Annotated AGENDA Naples Community Redevelopment Agency
City Council Chamber, 735 Eighth Street South, Naples, Florida
Gary Price II, Chairman William Willkomm III, Vice Chair CRA Members: Mayor Bill Barnett Vice Mayor Penny Taylor Teresa Lee Heitmann, John Sorey III, Margaret Sulick General Counsel: Robert D. Pritt · Clerk: Tara A. Norman · Welcome to today's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting. If you wish to address the CRA regarding an item listed on this agenda, please complete a registration form at the rear of the room and place it in the Request Box located near the City Attorney's seat on the dais prior to consideration of that item. We ask that speakers limit their comments to 3 minutes and that large groups name a spokesperson whenever possible. Thank you for your interest and participation in City government.

Meeting Monday, November 16, 2009
Convened 10:11 a.m. / Adjourned 4:15 p.m.
Any information which is provided in advance of this meeting on items listed below may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, Room B, City Hall, or at the Collier County Public Library Research Section, 650 Central Avenue. See also City of Naples home page, http://www.naplesgov.com call the City Clerk's Office, 213-1015. All written, audio-visual and other materials presented to the Community Redevelopment Agency during this meeting will become the property of the City of Naples and will be retained by the City Clerk.

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Roll call – Heitmann arrived 10:12 a.m.; Sorey left 1:32 p.m. and returned 2:55 p.m.; Barnett left 2:59 p.m.; and Taylor left 3:01 p.m. Set agenda (add or remove items) – No changes / Willkomm / Barnett / 7-0 Discussion of Live Entertainment and Special Event Philosophy in the CRA Area. Live Entertainment: Consensus to amend live entertainment permit restrictions allowing indoor/outdoor entertainment to 12:00 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, effective immediately upon Council approval; and reauthorization review of the amended hours prior to Easter 2010 / 6-1 (Sulick dissenting). Consensus to amend indoor live entertainment permits to allow doors and windows to remain open failed 2-5 (Willkomm, Sulick, Barnett, Taylor, and Heitmann dissenting). Consensus not to change live entertainment hours for Sunday through Wednesday and not amending hours further for outdoor live entertainment on New Years Eve / 7-0. Special Events – Consensus that staff schedule two downtown Naples festivals (Category B events / over four hours in duration) during tourist season to include music and dancing with Fifth Avenue South closed from Eighth Street to Third Street South for at least one of the two events with the other perhaps held in another commercial area within the redevelopment area, and to involve all commercial districts within the downtown area / 7-0.

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Discussion of the Duties and Responsibilities of CRA, CRAAB, and Review of Former SAC duties. Direction that staff determine which businesses leave lights on and communicate with business associations to inquire as to why evening lighting is not provided and to provide clarification as to evening lighting requirements along Fifth Avenue South prior to next CRA meeting. Consider funding for a CRA Marketing Campaign Consensus to authorize $50,000, contingent upon Downtown Naples Association/DNA contributing $30,000 to marketing campaign / 4-3 (Taylor, Price and Heitmann dissenting). Due to Member Sulick possibly reconsidering her vote, staff is to seek more specific information regarding campaign and to add further discussion and budget amendment action item on 11/18/09 City Council meeting. Consider funding to assist homeowners with home improvements – Consensus for staff to develop general parameters regarding the program and whether $183,000 from Affordable Housing Trust Fund can be allocated. Pedestrian Crosswalk at Four Corners – Consensus not to consider Four Corners crosswalk / 7-0. Consensus to explore possibility of routing pedestrians via Sixth Avenue South. Member Sulick to continue discussions with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) regarding improving various other crosswalks in the area, especially US 41 crossing at Third Street South. Funding options for U.S. 41 Pedestrian Underpass Improvements – Consensus for staff to provide quotes of various levels of improvements. Summary of efforts to obtain cost estimate for Connectivity and Placemaking Features – Consensus for staff to return with proposal based on information provided in packet. Summary of efforts to obtain cost estimates for Fifth Avenue South Lighting and Landscaping Projects – Consensus NOT to proceed with estimates at present time, awaiting further budgetary information. Summary of efforts to develop a pedestrian map of the Naples Downtown area. – Consensus for staff to work with Downtown Naples Association/DNA on insertion of City-generated map in their materials, centering totally on City attractions; to be produced at City expense with further approval by Council of funding. Review of cost to provide a Naples Link Transportation System – Consensus to move forward with acquiring two vehicles to be operated by City staff through upcoming tourist season, staff to recommend hours of operation, and simultaneously issuing a request for proposals regarding operation of vehicles via private vendor or private vendor purchasing vehicles from City for operation / 3-2 (Heitmann and Sulick dissenting; and Barnett and Taylor absent).

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Review of correspondence between Member Heitmann and City Manager Moss regarding observations on Fifth Avenue South – Discussion only. Review of plan options – Four Corners to the Gordon River Bridge – Discussion only.

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Public Comment – None. Correspondence / Communications – Confirmation of direction to contact FDOT regarding pedestrian crossing areas within redevelopment district (Sulick); and frequency of future CRA meetings and when financial report from staff will be expected with regard to sustainability of redevelopment projects (Heitmann). Adjourn – 4:15 p.m.

NOTICE Formal action may be taken on any item discussed or added to this agenda. Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Community Redevelopment Agency with respect to any matter considered at this meeting (or hearing) will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be heard. Any person with a disability requiring auxiliary aids and services for this meeting may call the City Clerk's Office at 213-1015 with requests at least two business days before the meeting date.

The information attached hereto is used only as a working paper preliminary to preparation of meeting minutes and should not be relied upon as the official record of this meeting.

Notice of Meeting and Annotated Agenda Naples City Council
City Council Chamber, 735 Eighth Street South, Naples, Florida
Mayor: Bill Barnett Vice Mayor: Penny Taylor City Council Members: Teresa Lee Heitmann, Gary B. Price II, John F. Sorey III, Margaret Sulick, William Willkomm III City Attorney: Robert D. Pritt · City Clerk: Tara A. Norman · City Manager: A. William Moss Welcome to today's City Council meeting. If you wish to address the Council regarding an item listed on this agenda, please complete a registration form at the rear of the room and place it in the Speaker Request Box located on the Council dais prior to consideration of that item. We ask that speakers limit their comments to 3 minutes and that large groups name a spokesperson whenever possible. Thank you for your interest and participation in City government.

Regular Meeting Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Convened 8:29 a.m. / Adjourned 3:21 p.m.
All proposed ordinances and information on other items listed below, which have been provided in advance of this meeting, may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, or on the City of Naples website www.naplesgov.com or call the City Clerk's Office, 213-1015. All written, audiovisual and other materials presented to the City Council in conjunction with deliberations during this meeting will become the property of the City of Naples and will be retained by the City Clerk.

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Roll call – All present (Taylor left 2:47 p.m.) Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance – Pastor Mike Carlson, Berean Baptist Church. Announcements 2010 Census Complete Count Proclamation and Presentation – Mayor Barnett Recognition of Natural Resources Department for oyster gardening project and stormwater no-dumping medallions – Mayor Barnett Letter of recognition for accident response – Mayor Barnett

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Set agenda (add or remove items) – Adding Item 16 (budget amendment regarding $50,000 expenditure for downtown marketing campaign), Item 17 (River Park Pool), Item 18 (first reading of live entertainment ordinance), and Item 19 (executive session on labor negotiations) / Taylor / Price / 5-0 (Willkomm and Heitmann absent). Public Comment – E. Modugno, River Park Pool; J. Kessler, Naples Art Association support for downtown activities; and T. Lirette, horse and carriage service for downtown. City Council may recess from 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. NOTICE

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Formal action may be taken on any item discussed or added to this agenda. Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting (or hearing) will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be heard. Any person with a disability requiring auxiliary aids and services for this meeting may call the City Clerk's Office at 213-1015 with requests at least two business days before the meeting date.

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Scheduled Agenda Items
Some of the items on the following agenda may have been scheduled for an estimated time, however, none of the items will be considered EARLIER than the scheduled time. This schedule will be followed as closely as possible for the convenience of any citizen(s) wishing to address the Council. Items not listed at an estimated time, including the Consent Agenda, will be considered at the discretion of the Council and may be taken out of numerical order.

CONSENT AGENDA
Approve Consent Agenda Sorey / Sulick / 6-0 (Willkomm absent) City Clerk Approval of Minutes October 19, 2009 Workshop and October 21, 2009 Regular Meeting; as submitted. Community Services Approval of Special Events 6. All matters taken under this section are considered routine, and action will be taken by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. Approval of Minutes. Approve the following special events: (1) Art in the Park – Naples Art Association – Park Street and western portion of Cambier Park – 01/02/10, 02/06/10 and 03/06/10 (2) 13th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade and Celebration – NAACP of Collier County and the City of Naples – Broad Avenue South, Third Street South, Fifth Avenue South, Eighth Street South (Cambier Park) - 01/18/10 (3) 2010 MS Walk - National MS Society – Lowdermilk Park - 03/20/10 Approve a grant award from the Sample Foundation to support construction / reconstruction of a swimming pool at the River Park Community Center; authorize the Mayor to execute the Grant Award Notice Letter Approve a State-Funded Subgrant Agreement between the Florida Division of Emergency Management and the City of Naples supporting a lightning detection warning system project; and authorizing the Mayor to execute the State-Funded Subgrant Agreement END OF CONSENT AGENDA

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Approved with Consent Agenda Resolution Community Services Accepting a Grant Award from the Sample Foundation, Inc. for the Reconstruction of the River Park Pool 09-12560 Approved with Consent Agenda Resolution Community Services Approval of a State-Funded Subgrant Agreement with the Florida Division of Emergency Management 09-12561 Approved with Consent Agenda 6-c.

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First Reading of 2 Ordinances Planning Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment 09-CPA3 Rezone Petition 09-R2 Petitioner: First Christian Church of Naples Agents: Richard D. Yovanovich, Esquire and Tim Hancock, AICP Planning Advisory Board Recommendation for Approval

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7-a) Approved / Willkomm / Taylor / 6-1 (Sulick dissenting) 7-b) Approved / Willkomm / Taylor / 6-1 (Sulick dissenting) First Reading of an Ordinance Planning Text Amendment Petition 09-T4 Petitioner: City of Naples Public Art Advisory Committee and Planning Advisory Board Recommendation for Approval Amending the Code of Ordinances as it relates to public art Continued from 10/21/09 Approved amending as follows: Section 46-42(d)(1) “ … projects at or exceeding 5,000 square feet of containing new, non-residential square footage …” Sorey / Price / 5-2 (Sulick and Willkomm dissenting) Utilities Amendment to Agreement for sanitary sewer line repairs

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Consider the following two Ordinances at First Reading as they relate to the First Christian Church of Naples: (a) Consider determining Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment 09-CPA3 for a Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment to change a 0.61 acre property from a designation of Public, Semi-Public Institutional to a Future Land Use designation of Highway Commercial for the property located east of 1789 Mandarin Road (b) Consider determining Rezone Petition 09-R2 to rezone a 0.61 acre property from PS, Public Service, to HC, Highway Commercial, located east of 1789 Mandarin Road Consider an Ordinance relating to Public Art; adding Subsection 2-476 (c) (2) (i) requiring drawings of artwork be submitted with applications; adding Division 9 to Article V, Boards, Commissions and Committees, of Chapter 2, Administration, creating the Public Art Advisory Committee; providing for composition, term of office, and quorum; providing for duties; providing for staff assistance and allocation of expenses; amending Section 46-42, Public Art, of the Code of Ordinances, City of Naples, Florida, modifying the public art program to clarify requirements and procedures Consider approving a First Amendment to an Agreement for sanitary sewer line and stormwater drain repairs: \ Vendor: Insituform Technologies, Inc., Chesterfield, MO \ Cost: $600,000\ Funding: CIP 10N04 – Repair Sewer Mains and Laterals ($500,000) and CIP 10V02 - Citywide Stormwater Drainage ($100,000)

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Clerk’s Tracking 09-00025 Sulick / Taylor / 7-0

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2 Resolutions City Clerk Appointments to Boards and Committees 10-a) 09-12562 Nominating L. Flewelling Taylor / 7-0 10-b) 09-12563 Nominating W. Anthony Taylor / 7-0 Planning Discussion regarding height limits for fences and walls in residential areas Consensus that staff proceed with Section 56-37(b)(1)(c) amendments as submitted. Planning Discussion regarding State amendments to Transportation Concurrency Requirements Consensus for no referendum but Council to support position proposed by Commissioner Coyle with local legislative delegation / 6-1 (Sorey dissenting) City Manager/City Council Discussion regarding certain City pension programs and a State-wide initiative to amend certain provisions of Florida Statutes Discussion only Utilities Discussion regarding status report for the Integrated Water Resources Plan Consensus to revise connection policy for irrigation (reclaimed, reuse or alternative) water system to require connection for new construction, if structure is 50% or more remodeled and if a property ownership is transferred / 5-2 (Price and Heitmann dissenting).

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Consider appointments to the following Boards and Committees: (a) Naples Airport Authority (b) Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board

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Discuss a report from the Planning staff suggesting proposed amendments to the City Code regarding the height of fences and walls Discuss report from staff regarding amendments to Florida Statutes regarding Transportation Concurrency Pursuant to request by County Commissioner Fred Coyle on 11/4/09

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Discuss a report from staff regarding potential amendments to Florida Statutes pertaining to public pensions, oral report from Vice Mayor Taylor regarding local and Florida League of Cities initiative, and report from Council Member Price regarding pension investments Discuss a report from staff and Hazen & Sawyer, Engineers regarding status of the Integrated Water Resources Plan, including application for renewal of the City's water use permit and use of the Golden Gate Canal as an alternative water supply; progress report on the drilling of an Aquifer Storage Recovery / ASR Well

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City Attorney Discussion regarding State and local Fire and Life Safety Codes Consensus for Mayor to correspond with state fire marshal to determine any courses of action which might be available to the City to alleviate the hardship on citizens, including providing estimates of financial impact from quotes already extant on certain buildings. Added Item Pursuant to CRA meeting of 11/16/09 Resolution 09-12564 / Sulick / Sorey / 4-3 (Heitmann, Price and Taylor dissenting) Added Item Pursuant to Council Workshop of 11/16/09 Consensus to pursue Option 1 estimated at $1-million to $1.3-million. Added Item Pursuant to CRA meeting of 11/16/09 First Reading of an Ordinance Approved amending as follows: Section 56-125(e)(5)(d): “…effect, and another review within 6 months thereafter, and may…” / Price / Sorey / 6-1 (Sulick dissenting) Added Item Requested by City Manager’s Office No action announced.

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Discuss a report from the City Attorney regarding applicability of State of Florida locally adopted Fire and Life Safety Codes, including provisions for appeals

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Budget amendment to appropriate $50,000 to an advertising campaign in the Community Redevelopment Area (CRA).

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Discussion/action with regard to rebuilding River Park Pool.

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Ordinance adding Section 56-125(a) to the Code of Ordinances to extend the hours for live entertainment on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. (Amended ordinance to be submitted for Planning Advisory Board (PAB) review on 12/09/09 and second reading by Council on 12/16/09.) Executive Session with regard to labor negotiations with Fraternal Order of Police (FOP).

Public Comment – J. Chirgwin, request to use Council Chamber for Naples Town Meeting from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on 01/26/10 (consensus to review on 12/02/09). Correspondence and Communications – Request to determine at a later date whether church parking lot (Item 7 above) could be acquired for City stormwater program (Sorey); Thanksgiving wishes (Sulick); appreciation to Council for compromises achieved during this session (Willkomm); request for Council Members to donate an hour of time to holiday Red Kettle fund raising campaign (Barnett). Adjourn – 3:21 p.m. Order of consideration: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, Public Comment and Correspondence and Communications.

This document is promulgated solely for the purpose of providing a brief reference to Community Redevelopment Agency action. It is not to be construed as the minutes of the Community Redevelopment Agency meeting or in any way the official record of said meeting.

NOTICE OF MEETING AND Annotated AGENDA (Amended) Naples Community Redevelopment Agency
City Council Chamber, 735 Eighth Street South, Naples, Florida
Gary Price II, Chairman William Willkomm III, Vice Chair CRA Members: Mayor Bill Barnett Vice Mayor Penny Taylor Teresa Lee Heitmann, John Sorey III, Margaret Sulick General Counsel: Robert D. Pritt · Clerk: Tara A. Norman · Welcome to today's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting. If you wish to address the CRA regarding an item listed on this agenda, please complete a registration form at the rear of the room and place it in the Request Box located near the City Attorney's seat on the dais prior to consideration of that item. We ask that speakers limit their comments to 3 minutes and that large groups name a spokesperson whenever possible. Thank you for your interest and participation in City government.

Meeting Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Convened 9:09 a.m. / Adjourned 11:26 a.m.
Any information which is provided in advance of this meeting on items listed below may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, Room B, City Hall, or at the Collier County Public Library Research Section, 650 Central Avenue. See also City of Naples home page, http://www.naplesgov.com call the City Clerk's Office, 213-1015. All written, audio-visual and other materials presented to the Community Redevelopment Agency during this meeting will become the property of the City of Naples and will be retained by the City Clerk.

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Roll call – all present. Set agenda (add or remove items) – Adding Item 2-a (approval of 11/04/09 minutes) and moving Item 4 (budget amendment) to follow consideration of Item 5 (River Park Pool) and Item 6 (Fifth Avenue South lighting) / Barnett / Willkomm / 7-0 (later amended, considering Item 4 prior to Item 5). Approval of Minutes (Added Item) – APPROVE NOVEMBER MINUTES; as submitted / Barnett / Willkomm / 7-0. 4, 2009 MEETING

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15-Year Sustainability Report – Consensus that a paragraph be added to report requiring review of anticipated sources of revenue at least five years prior to sunset of CRA in 2024, including amount of City ad valorem taxes expected at that time to transition from the redevelopment district to the General Fund, and development of other items such as Business Improvement Districts (BID’s). A workshop will occur following the February 2010 general election to include continued discussion of funded and unfunded project priorities . Budget Amendment for Placemaking, mapping, and Transit Services - APPROVE RESOLUTION GOING FORWARD TO COUNCIL amending as follows: Deleting Sections 2 and 3; adding new Section 2 authorizing transfer of $300,000 from CRA Fund balance (Fund 380) as partial funding for the River Park pool project; renumbering remaining Section 4 as Section 3 amended to authorize transfer of $275,000 from CRA Fund balance (Fund 380) to Capital – Improvement Other than Buildings to fund “Connectivity and Placemaking” program, approve expenditure of $25,000 for design and requiring staff to seek further CRA approvals in conjunction with expenditure of the $250,000 balance approved in this section.

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Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting, December 2, 2009 Page 2 This document is promulgated solely for the purpose of providing a brief reference to Community Redevelopment Agency action. It is not to be construed as the minutes of the Community Redevelopment Agency meeting or in any way the official record of said meeting.

Willkomm / Taylor / 7-0. (Consensus following motion to add River Park Pool funding to budget amendment carried 6-0 (Sulick absent)). 5. River Park Pool – MOTION by Willkomm to SUPPORT STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AS CONTAINED IN NOVEMBER 23, 2009 MEMORANDUM (seeking stakeholder input simultaneously with identifying funding) / Willkomm / Taylor / 7-0. Lighting for 5th Avenue South – Consensus that staff obtain bid for cost of entire project and for segments containing following components: 1) Fifth Avenue South and side streets to alleyways; 2) Fourth Avenue South from US 41 west to Sixth Street South; and 3) replacement of current lighting poles and fixtures along Sixth Avenue South from Cambier Park east to Tin City (12th Street South).

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Public Comment – D. Finlay, commendation to Finance Department for sustainability report (Item 3 above) and urging annual review thereof. Correspondence / Communications – Consensus for continued (informal) involvement in redevelopment district (River Park pool project) following leaving office (Taylor); consensus to determine need for an ordinance dealing with store-front lighting and consider in January (Taylor); valet parking program and whether private leases or public parking being used by vendor, funding of sidewalk repairs on Fifth Avenue South, and praise to Finance Department regarding sustainability report (Item 3) (Heitmann). Adjourn – 11:26 a.m. Order of consideration: 1, 2, 2-a, 3, 5, 4, 6, and Correspondence and Communication.
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