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					                          SUGGESTED AGENDA

          TAYLOR COUNTY B0AR.D O F COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                         PERRY, F L O R I M

                    . TUESDAY,   JIRJE 1 7 , 2008
                             6:00 P . M .

                      201 E. GREEN S-T
                TAYLOR commr couRTHOusE ANNEX
                   OLD P O S T OZFICE COMPLEX

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTES
286.0105, THAT ANY PERSONS DECIDING TO APPEAL ANY MATTER
CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE
MEETING AND MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.

1.   Prayer

2.   Pledge of Allegiance

3.   Approval of agenda

4.   Approval of Minutes of May 5, 20 and June 2, 2008.



5.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF PROCLAMATION
     PROCLAIMING JUNE 2008, AS MYASTHENIA GRAVIS AWARENESS
     MONTH IN TAYLOR COUNTY.

CONSENT I-:

6.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER RATIFICATION OF SIGNATURE BY THE
     COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ON CONTRACT WITH MERIDIAN COMMUNITY
     SERVICES GROUP, INC., FOR SHIP PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
     SERVICES.

7.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER REQUEST FOR FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT
     OF $37,282.36, AS SUBMITTED BY CITY OF PERRY'S COMMUNITY
     REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY.
8.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER RELEASE OF BUDGETED FUNDS FOR FY
     07/08, IN THE AMOUNT OF $14,550, AND EXECUTION OF
     AGREEMENT FOR SAID FY, AS REQUESTED BY THE CHAMBER OF
     COMMERCE.

9.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION TO REFLECT
     UNANTICIPATED MONIES IN THE GENERAL FUND, AS SUBMITTED
     BY COUNTY FINANCE.

10. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER REQUEST FROM THE NATIONAL
    ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE "BUILDING
    AMERICAtS FUTURE COALITIONtt,AS AGENDAED BY JACK BROWN,
    COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.

11. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF DETAILED WORK PLAN
    BUDGET AND SUBMITTAL OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR STATE
    MOSQUITO CONTROL FUNDS, AS AGENDAED BY JOHN SINGER,
    ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIRECTOR.

12. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF HOMEBUYERS ASSISTANCE
    FOR CHRISTINA SHEFFIELD, AS AGENDAED BY MELODY COX,
    GRANTS COORDINATOR.

13. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER TO
    EXISTING CONTRACT WITH WEISS CONSTRUCTION, FOR
    IMPROVEMENTS TO THE COURTHOUSE FMXIRING, RESTROOMS AND
    WALLS, AS AGENDAED BY DANNY GRINER, COUNTY BUILDING
    OFFICIAL.

BIDS/PUBLIC HEARINGS :

14. THE BOARD TO HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING, SET FOR THIS DATE
    AT 6:10 P.M., OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS POSSIBLE,
    REGARDING THE PASSAGE OF A PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO AMEND
    ORDINANCE NOS. 2008-06 AND 2001-01, WITH REGARDS TO
    CANVASSERS, SOLICITORS, PEDDLERS, TRANSIENT MERCHANTS OR
    ITINERANT VENDORS .


COMUEfWS AND CONCERNS =OM   TEE P m L I C FOR NON-AGENDAED
PVBLIC REQUESTS:

15. RHODA MOEHRING, STEINHATCHEE PROJECTS BOARD, TO APPEAR TO
    REQUEST PERMISSION TO CLOSE THE STEINHATCHEE BRIDGE AND FOR
    VOLUNTEER FIRE SUPPORT, ON SATURDAY, JULY 5, 2008, FOR
    FIREWORKS DISPLAY.

16. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER REQUEST RECEIVED FROM STAN RIDGEWAY TO
    SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING TO DISCUSS OPENING THE PUBLIC
    RIGHT-OF-WAYS LEADING TO THE STEINHATCHEE RIVER.

COUNTY STAFF ITEMS:

17. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPOIN-NT   OF ONE (1) MEMBER TO THE
    TAYLOR COUNTY PLANNING BOARD, AS AGENDAED THE COUNTY BUILDING
    OFFICIAL.

18. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPOINTMENTS OF ONE (1) PILOT AND TWO
    (2) NON-PILOT MEMBERS, TO THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE, AS
    AGENDAED BY THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.

19. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A
    SHIP PROGRAM LOCAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMITTEE AND THEIR
    TERMS, AS AGENDAED BY THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.

20. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION CERTIFYING THE
    BIG BEND REGIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION PROGRAM AS BEING
    CONSISTENT WITH LOCAL PLANS AND REGULATIONS AND THE
    COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ITEMS:

21. THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO DISCUSS REQUEST FROM TAYLOR
    COASTAL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION TO RESERVE HODGES PARK ON
    SATURDAY, JULY 5, 2008, FOR THE 3RDANNUAL SCALLOP SWING.

22. THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO DISCUSS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    (DOC) INMATE WORK SQUAD CONTRACT RENEWAL.


BOARD INFORMATIONAL ITEMS:


   Examination and approval of invoices
   Motion to adjourn


FOR YOUR INFORMATION:

THE AGENDA AND ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTATION, IF APPLICABLE, IS
AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:
                     www.taylorcountygov.com
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Book Type[ BOCC     ]     Date[ 05/05/2008 I            Time[ 6:00 P . M .
    Book#[ 52       I Minutes#[ 36         I    Meeting-Type [ REGULAR



                          BOARD OF COUNTY C M S S I O N E R S

                              TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA

                                  COURTHOUSE ANNEX

                                    M I N U T E S

                                MONDAY, MAY 5, 2008

                                      6:00 P.M.




THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, MET IH

REGULAR SESSION ON TEE ABOVE DATE.



PRESENT WERE CLAY BETEEA, CHAIRMAN, RUDOLPH PARKER, PATRICIA

PATTERSON, MARK WIGGINS AND MALCOLM PAGE, A FULL BOARD BEING

PRESENT. COUNTY ATTORNEY, CONRAD BISHOP, WAS ALSO PRESENT.



THE BOARD WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY THE CHAIRMAN AND LED IN PRAYER BY

CObQ4ISSIONER WIGGINS, FOLLOWED BY PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

AND   BUSINESS TRANSACTED AS FOLLOWS :



UPON MOTION OF COM-fISSIONER PATTERSON, WITH SECOND BY COM-fISSIONER

PARKER,   AND   BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED THE AMENDED

AGENDA FOR THIS DATE, AS FOLLOWS:

1.    MOVE ITEM NO. 8.,      THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF A HOLD

      IiAIMLESS AGREEMENT WITH PROGRESS ENERGY, FOR THE USE OF PERRY-

      FOLEY AIRPORT PROPERTY AS A DISASTER RECOVERY STAGING AREA IN

      THE EVENT OF BU~RICANESTHROUGHOUT THE STATE, AS REQUESTED BY

      MELODY COX, GRANTS COORDINATOR, TO ITEM NO. 16-A., FOR

      DISCUSSION.

2.    ADD AS ITEM NO. 14-A., THE BOARD TO CONSIDER PASSING A

      RESOLUTION ADOPTING TEE TAYLOR COUNTY VISION 2060 PLAN AS
                                                        Page: 2




   DEVELOPED BY THE TAPLOR COUNTY VISION 2060 TASK FORCE.



THE CLERK PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL, MINUTES OF APRIL 14, 2008, AS

WELL AS CLARIFICATION OF MINLTTES PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY THE BOARD

ON APRIL 22, 2008 (MARCH 3 AND APRIL 7, 2008) .

UPON MOTION OF COM4ISSIONER PARKER, WITH SECOND BY COEIMISSIONER

WIGGINS, IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY PASSED THAT THE MINUTES OF APRIL 14,

2008 WERE APPROVED WITHOUT PUBLIC READING AS AtL BOARD MEMBERS HAD

PREVIOUSLY RECEIVED TRUE COPIES, AS WELL AS THE FOLLOWING

CLARIFICATION OF MINUTES PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY THE BOARD ON APRIL

22, 2008 (MARCH 3 AND APRIL 7, 2008) :

     MARCH 3, 2008, PAGE 20:

BIDS FOR SHIP HOUSING REHABILITATION:

BETTY CAUSSEAUX           MICHAEL LYNN, INC .        $22,360.00

APRIL 7, 2008, PAGE 24:

BETTY CAUSSEAUX           MICHAEL LYNN, INC.         $21,960.00

THE BID AMOUNT RECEIVED FOR THIS RESIDENCE, FROM MICHAEL LYNN,

INC., WAS RECORDED IN THE MARCH 3, 2008 MINUTES AS ANNOUNCED, IN

THE AMOUNT OF $22,360.00.   ON APRIL 7, 2008, THE BID WAS

RECOMMENDED BY THE BID C O M T T E E FOR ACCEPTANCE BY THE BOARD, IN

THE AMOUNT OF $21,960.00.   THE DIFE'ERENCE IN THE TWO AMOUNTS IS DUE

TO A MATHEMATICAL ERROR ON THE PART OF THE CONTRACTOR.      THE CORRECT

AMOUNT IS $21,960.00 AND WAS AWARDED AS SUCH.

     MARCH 3, 2008, PAGE 20:

BIDS FOR SHIP HOUSING REHABILITATION:

GLENDA SMITH              MICHAEL LYNN, INC.         $12,634.00

AGENDA ITEM NO. 20., AS AGENDAED ON APRIL 22, 2008:

GLENDA SMITH              MICHAEL L!iNN, INC.        $12,637.00

THE BID RECEIVED FOR THIS RESIDENCE WAS ANNOUNCED ON MARCH 3, 2008

AT AN INCORRECT AMOUNT OF $12,634.00.    THE CORRECT JLMOUNT FROM THE

BID FORM IS $12,637.00 AND WAS RCE
                                E-D          BY TEE BID C W T T E E FOR

ACCEPTANCE BY THE BOARD, AND AWARDED AS SUCH ON APRIL 22, 2008.
                                                      page:   r




                                                  \

     MARCH 3, 2008, PAGE 22:

THE WAMES OF EARL OREEElE AND COk&fISSIONER PAGE WERE REVERSED, IN

CONNECTION WITH A DISCUSSION OF ADDITIONAL SITES INVESTIGATED E'OR

THE PLACEMENT OF A BOAT RAMP IN STEINHATCHEE.   THE MINUTES SHOULD

                               PAGE QUESTIONED IF OTHER SITES WERE
READ AS E'OLLOWS: llCOMMISSIONER

INVESTIGATED E'OR THE PLACEMENT OF A BOAT RAMP, WITH EARL GREENE

STATING THAT CENTRAL AVENUE WAS CONSIDERED" .



AWARDS/RECOC;NI TION:



UPON MOTION OF C-SSIONER    PATTERSON, WITH SECOND BY COk&fISSIONER

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING

RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE NOMINATION OF HENRY DAVIS E'OR TEE FARM

BUREAU DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD:
                                                                          Page: 4




            Upon motion ~[Corpnissioner Q Q A h                   ,with s a n d by
    Commissioner       d r CC-          ,and by unanimous vote, the Board adopted
    the following resolution!


                                RESOLUTION
            A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE NOMINATION OF HENRY
              PITTMAN DAVIS TO RECEIVE THE 2008 FLORIDA FARM
                   BUREAU DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD


            WHEREAS, HENRY PITTMAN DAVIS was instrumental in organizing the
    Taylor County Farm Bureau and has sewed in a number of positions i?om board member
    to president, and

           WHEREAS, MR. DAVIS sewed as Taylor County Extension Director for over
    40 years, and

           WHEREAS, the Henry Davis Scholarship Fund was established by eiends in
    recognition of his long standing community service,

          WHEREAS, these funds are used for children to attend 4H Legislature and
    Camp, who might otherwise be unable to attend, and

         WHEREAS, the Board wishes to publicly support the nomination of MR.
    DAVIS to receive the 2008 Florida Farm Bureau Distinguished Service Award, and

          NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of County
   commissioners of Taylor County, Florida extends its heartfelt appreciation
   and gratitude to HENRY PITTMAN DAVIS for his service to the people of
   Taylor County and the Board of County Commissioner, and supports his nomination to
   receive the 2008 Florida Farm Bureau Distinguished Sewice Award.

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be
   furnished to MR. DAVIS and that a copy be placed in the minutes of
   this Board.

    DONE AND ORDERED in regular session at Perry, Taylor County,                     . ..
    Florida, this S * day of       ma./ 00.
                                       208


                                       BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                       TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA




5 ANNIE MAE MURPHY, CLERK
                                                                 Page: 5




CONSENT ITEMS:



UPON MOTION OF C O M S S I O N E R PAGE, WITH SECOND BY C O M S S I O N E R

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED CONSENT ITEM

NOS.    S I X ( 6 ) THROUGH SEVEN ( 7 ) AND NINE (9) THROUGH TEN (10) , AS

FOLLOWS :

6.     THE APPROVAL OF A REVISED CORE CONTRACT WITH THE TAYLOR COUNTY

       HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOR FY 07/08, DUE TO INCREASED STATE FUNDING

       TO THE HEALTH DEPAR-,         AS AGENDAED BY JACK R . BROWN, COUNTY

       ADMINISTRATOR.

SAID FUNDING REVISIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
                                                                                   Page: 6




Summary of Funding Revisions
Taylor County Health Department
Funding Revisions for Contract Year 2007-08



I                                             I   Previous     1   Updated     I                     I
                  Pro ram                     I As of 12/31/07 1 As of 3/31/08 1   IncreaseIDecrease 1
IFamL Planning                                                                               1.424.00.

Public Health Preparedness
AIDS
Draw Down From Trust Fund
Immunizat~ons
Primary Care
Coastal Beach Monitoring
Dental
Administration
School Health
Biomedical Waste
Comprehensive Adult
sm
OB
Environmental Health
Total
                                                     Page: 7




7.   THE APPROVAL OF TEE FOLLOWING CONTRACT -MENT    TO THE FLORIDA

     DEPAR-     OF CORReCTIONS (DOC) INMATE WdRK SQUAD CONTRACT

     WS423, TO EXTEND THE CONTRACT FOR AN ADDITIONAL THIRTY-FIVE

     (35) DAYS, AS REQUESTED BY TEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, TO FIT

     TEE COUNTY BUDGET CYCLE:
                                                                                CONTRACT # WS423
                                                                                    Amendment # 1



                             CONTRACT AMENDMENT BETWEEN

                            THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

                                                     AND

               TAYLOR COUNTY, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

This is an Amendment to the Contract between the Florida Department of Corrections
("Department") and Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners ("Agency") to provide for the
use of inmate labor in work programs.

    This Amendment:

         revises the end date of the Contract referenced in Section I., A.,I-
                                                                          ;     and
         replaces Addendum A with Revised Addendum A, effective August 27,2008.

                   Original contract period: August 27,2007 through August26,2008.


In accordance with Section V., CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS, the following changes are
hereby made:

1 . Section I., A., Contract Term, is hereby revised to read:

    A.         This Contract began August 27, 2007 and shall end at midnight on September 30,
               2008.

               This Contract is in its first year.

2. Pursuant to Section III., Compensation, A., 5, the rate of compensation is amended to reflect the
   rates indicated in Revised Addendum A. Addendum A is hereby replaced with Revised
   Addendum A, effective August 27,2008.

All other terms and conditions of the original Contract remain in full force and effect.

This Amendment shall begin on the date on which it is signed by both parties.




                                                Page I of 2
                                                                                         9
                                                                      CONTRACT # W 4 3
                                                                                  S2
                                                                             Amendment # 1
IN WITNESS THEREaF, the parties hereto have caused this Amendment to be executed by their
undersigned officials as duly authorized.


AGENCY: TAYLOR COUNTY, BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SIGNED
BY        &w
TITLE:




FEID #:       59-baoby1'3

DEPARTMENT O F CORRECTIONS                                Approved ae to form and legality,
                                                          subject to execution.

SIGNED                                        SIGNED
BY:                                           BY:

NAME:     Richard D. Davison                 NAME:       $ t h I e e n Von Hoene

TITLE:    Deputy Secretary                    TITLE:      General Counsel
          Deparhnent of Corrections                       Department of Corrections

DATE:                                         DATE:




                                       Page 2 of 2
                                                    REVlSED Addendum A
                      Inmate Work Squad Detail of Costs For Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners
                                Interagency Contact Number WS423 EffectiveAugust 27,2008
'-ENTER

 .
          MULTIPLIERS IN SHADED BOXES O


   TO BE REIMBURSED BY THE AGENCY:
                                                      m IF TO BE INVOICED TO AGENCYw

I CORRECTIONAL WORK SQUAD OFFICER SALARIES AND POSITION RELATED-EXPENSES
                                                                                                             mmAnnual Cost         Annual Cost
                                                                                                                                                        35 days



                         OPficers Salary                    #Officer Multiplier 1                              $ 52,136.00 " $ 52,136.00
                         Salary lncenbve Payment                                                               $ 1,128.00    $  1.128.00
                         Repair and Maintenance                                                                $     121.00       $      121.00
                         State Personnel Assessment                                                            $     389.00       $      389.00
                         TraininglCrim~nal Justice Standards                                                   $     200.00       $      200.00
                         Uniform Purchase                                                                      $     312.00       $      312.00
                         Uniform Maintenance                                                                   $     350.00       $      350.00
                         Trainina/Criminal Justice Standards '                                                 $     966.00
                         ~echnoio~~   Fee
                           TOTAL +To Be Billed By Contract To Agency

                                'Cost limited to first year of contact as this is not a recurring personnellposlon cost.
                                ** Annual cost does not include overtime pay.
                            IA. meovertlme Hourly Raw ot Compensation for this Contract Is $3251, Itappllcable. (The Overtime Hourly Rate
                                of Compensationshall include the average hourly rate of pay for a Correctional Oficer and the average benefrt package
                                provided by the department, represented as time and one half for purposes of this Contract)




 1
1. ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS TO BE REIMBURSED BY THE AGENCY:
                         Costs include but may not be limited to the following:
                         Rain coats. staff high visibility safety vest inmate high visibility
                         safety vest, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, personal protection k& flex
                         cuffs, warning signs, handcul, Igloo coolers, portable toilets, insect
                         repellants, masks, vaccinations, and other admlnislrative expenses.                         1            $      750.00         $ 72.00

                                 TOTAL -To Be Billed By Contract To Agency

Ill. ADDITIONAL AGENCY EXPENSES:
                                                                                        I
                         Tools, equipment, materials and supplies not listed in Section I above
                         are to be provided by the Agency.

    CELLULAR PHONE WlTH SERVlCE REQUIRED:                         YES           NO
    ENCLOSED TRAILER REQUIRED:                                    YES           NO


    Addendum A Revised 3/19/08                                                   Page 3 of 5
                 Inmate Work Squad Detail of Costs For Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners
                           Interagency Contract Number WS423 Effective August 27,2008


IV. OPERATING CAPITAL TO BE ADVANCED BY AGENCY:
     Hand Held Rad~o    MACOM $436500
                                                                                          [
                                                                                          =I                     $
     Veh~deMounted Rad~o MACOM $4548 50              E l                                       1                 $
                        TOTAL Operating Capital To Be Advanced By Agency                                         $




V. TOTAL COSTS TO BE ADVANCED BY AGENCY:
   1. Operating Capital - from Section IV.
   2. Grand Total -To Be Advanced By Agency At Contract Slgning:

VI. TOTAL COSTS TO BE BILLED TO AGENCY BY CONTRACT:                                                          I       Total   I
   1. Correctional Officer Salaries and Position-Related Expenses - from Section I
   2. Other Related Expenses and Security Supplies -from Section II.
   3. Grand Total -To Be Billed To Agency By Contact:



VII. TOTAL OF ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH CONTRACT:
     (Total of Sections V. and VI.)


VIII. OVERTIME COSTS:
      If the contracting Agency requests overtime for the work squad which is approved by Re Department
      the contracting Agency agrees to pay such costs and will be billed separately by the Department for R e cost of overtime.




    Addendum A Revised 319/08                                                   Page 4 of 5
                     inmate Work Squad Detaii of Costs For Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners
                               Interagency Contract Number WS423 Effective August 27,2008

Sectlon I Costs in this section are determined each fiscal year by the Budget and Management Evaluation Bureau and are fixed.
        .
          By entering the number of Ofticers required for this contract, the spreadsheet will automatically calculate the "Total Annual Cost"
          column. If this Work Squad is beyond the first year of existence, enter a zero (0) in the "Total Annual Cost"
          column for "TraininglCriminal Justice Standards" after you have entered the #Officers Multiplier.

Sectlon 11.. Safety and environmental health procedures require safety measures such as the use of safety signs, vests, and cloth~ng.
             The Department's procedure for Outside Work Squads requires that all Work Squad Officers be responsiblefor ensuring their squad
             IS equipped with a first aid kit and a personal protection equipment (PPE) kit. Section I1 identifies such required
             equtpment. A new squad must b sufficiently equipped and an on-going squad must be resupplied when needed.
                                                e
             Type in the number of squads used for this contract and the spreadsheet will automatically calculate the fixed annual expense
              of $750 00 per squad and place the total ~nSection VI.

SecUon Ill. Check 'Yes" or "No"to indicate whether a Cellular Phone with Service andlor an Enclosed Trailer is required by the Contract Manager.

Section IV. The Department's procedure for Outside Work Squads requires that they have at least one (I)       primary means of direct
            communication with the Institution's Control Room. Communicationvia radio andlor cellular phone is appropriate.
            It is pieferred that a backup, secondary means of communication also be available. It is the Agency's responsibilityto provide them.
            If the Department purchases a radio@),the Agency must fund the purchase at the time the Contract is signed. Check the box for the type
            of radio and fill in the Per Unit Cost for the type of radio. Number of Units, and Total Cost cdurnns. Leave the Total Cost column blank if
            a radio(s) is not being purchased at this time. Check applicable boxes ("Bill to Agency". "Provided by Agency" and "Already Exists") for
            each radio.
            NOTE: All radio communication equipment owned or purchased by the Agency t a is programmedto the Department's radio
                                                                                                 ht
            frequency and used by the work squad(s), whether purchased by the Departmentor the Agency. shall be IMMEDIATELY
            deprogrammed by the Departmentat no cost to the Agency upon the end or termination of this Contract.

         .
Section V The total funds the Agency must provide at the time the contract is signed will be displayed here when the form is properly filled out

Seaon VI. The total funds the Agency will owe contractually. and pay in equal quarterly payments, will be displayed here.

Sectfon VII. The total funds associated with the Contract, to be paid by the Agency as indicated in Sections V. and VI., will be displayed here.

SectJon VIII.Any agreement in this area will be billed separately as charges are incurred.




    Addendum A Revised 3/19/08                                                  Page 5 of 5
                                                        Page: 13




8. MOVED TO 16-A.

9.   TEE A P P R O W OF SHIP PROGRAM HOMEBUYERS DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE

     FOR DEBORAH LAWSON, IN THE AMOUNT OF $7,000, AS AGENDAED BY TtE

     GRANTS COORDINATOR.

ALL BOARD MEMBERS DECLARED NO RELATION TO THE APPLICANT.

10. TEE ADOPTION OF TEE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION, SUPPORTING TBE

     POSSIBLE ACQUISITION OF THE STEINHATCEEE FISH MARKET THROUGH

     TEE E'LORIDA COMMUNITIES TRUST FLORIRA FOREVER GRANT PROGRAM, AS

     AGENDAED BY TEE GRANTS COORDINATOR:
                                                                                                 Page: 1 4




                                TAYLOR COUNTY
                        BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS




       Whemas8The Board of County Commiakners of Taylor County, Rorlda held a puMk hearing October
     1, 2007 to obtaln plblk input on whether the Board should amskler the plrehase and acqubkkm d a
     sibe known as SbeintWhe Fish Mad&, kxated in Stelnhakhee, Fbrida, owned by La Tkna De Lagas
     UC.
      whereas, the Board considered t proposed purchase and acqutsibkn dsaid property at S t e l n m 8
                                    h
     and

                        the Board has been informed that there am grants that can asskt the Board in the said
     purchase and acquisltbn dsaid property; and

      Wheeas the Board finds that it is in the best interest d Taybr County and its dbbens to atbempt to
     pudmse and w i r e the SWnhatcke Fish Market property though grant funds.
          mEREFoRE BE H RESOLVED, by the Bwrd of Commlssknersof Taybr County, Fknida:
                 1. The Board will atbempt to purchase and acqul*   the SWnhatchee Rsh Market property.

      ,     .
          ,, *   '
                2 TW the Board requests that grants be obtained and application be submitbed fw grants for
                  &#hancein purchasing and acqulfing the Stelnhatchee Fish Market property.
                         .   ,
                             .

.-
 ,        P          ~ in &br
                           o      session this P day o my,
                                                      r   2008.




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THE BOARD HAVING HERETOFORE ADVERTISED FOR A PUBLIC HEARING, FOR

THIS DATE AT 6:10 P.M., OR AS SOON THEREWTER AS POSSIBLE,

REGARDING THE ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS TO AMEND BUILDING PERMIT FEES

AND PLANNING FgEs FOR TAYLOR COUNTY.

ALL PERSONS PRESENT WERE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS AND ASK

QUESTIONS REGARDING ADOPTION OF TEE ABOVE PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS.

MICHAEL LYNN, A LOCAL CONTRACTOR, APPEARED AND STATED THAT TAYLOR

COUNTY'S BUILDING DEPARTMWT IS THE m S T USER-FRIENDLY OF ANY THAT

EE HAS TO DEAL WITH.   MR. LYNN ALSO QUESTIONED WHY THE BOARD IS

ATTEMPTING TO RAISE BUILDING PERMIT FEES AT A TIME   WE
                                                      EN   THE HOUSING

MARKET IS DOWN.

THE BOARD ADVISED THAT SAID FEES ARE USER FEES AND ANY INCREASES

ARE BEING PROPOSED IN ORDER TO MAKE THE BUILDING DEPARTMWT

SELF-SUFFICIENT FROM A BUDGET STANDPOINT.

TEE CONSENSUS OF TEE BOARD WAS IN FAVOR OF TEE BUILDING PERMIT FEE

INCREASES AS REQUESTED BY DANNY GRIWER, CODNTY BUILDING OFFICIAL.

NO OTEIER PERSONS PRESENT MADE ANY COMMElJT REGARDING ADOPTION OF

SAID RESOLUTIONS.

AETER DISCUSSION AND UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER PARKER, WITH

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD

ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION TO AMEND BUILDING PERMIT FEES:
                          RESOLW O N NO.

 A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 2003-8 TO AMEND THE
 BUILDING PERMIT FEE9 FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING
               AND SETI'ING AN         DATE.
       WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida has
decided that the Building Permit Fees should be increased, and

       WHEREAS, the said increases will help fund the Building Department of Taylor
County, Florida.

                     T
       THEREFORE, BE I RESOLVED that the new schedule for Building Pennit

Fees are as follows:

       SECTION I. The Building Permit Fees are as follows:
BUILDING (HEATED AREA)                              $.25 CENT PER SQUARE FOOT
BUILDING (UNHEATED AREA)                            $.20 CENT PER SQUARE FOOT
MOBILE HOME (SINGLE WIDE)                                                $400.00
MOBILE HOME (DOUBLE WIDE)                                                $500.00
DETACHEDqoo SQUARE FEET                             $60.00 + I-CENT P/SQ FOOT
DETACHED>399 SQUARE FEET                            $ioo.oo + I-CENT P/SQ FOOT
R V. E L E r n C A L                                                     $250.00
REMODEL                                                    $.25 CFNT P/SQ FOOT
MOVEJRAISE HOUSE                                                         $100.00
RE-ROOF                                                                  $100.00
POOL                                                                     $200.00
ELErnCAL                                                                 $100.00
PLUMBING                                                                 $100.00
MECHANICAL                                                               $100.00
PRE-INSPECITON                                                           $50.00
SIGN/FENCE                                   $25.00 P/in $1,000, $5.00 P/$i,ooo AFTER

       SECTION 2. Effective Date. The above mentioned fees shall take effect July 1,
      PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular session by the Board of muniy
Commissionersof Taylor Couniy, Florida, this 54 . day of f% Cd
                                                             l   ,2008.


                                 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                     Page: 18




UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMSSIONER

PAGE, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING

RESOLUTION TO AMEND PLANNING FEES:
                          RESOLW O N NO.
 A RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO ORDINANCENO. 2003-9 TO AMEND THE
   PLANNING FEES FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING AND
                  SETIWG AN EFFECIlVe DATE.
       WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida has
decided that the Planning Fees should be increased, and

       WHEREAS, the said increases will help fund the Planning Department of Taylor
County, Florida.

       THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the new schedule for Planning Fees are
as follows:

       SECTION 1. The Planning Department Fees are as follows:
              SMALL SCALE FLUM AMENDMENT
              LARGE SCALE FLUM AMENDMENT
              VARIANCE
              L. D. R AMENDMENT
              COMP PLAN TEXT AMENDMENT
              MAJOR SUBDMSION
              MINOR SUBDMSION
              MAJOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
              MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
              HIGH INTENSITY COMMERCIAL
              SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIAL
              NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL
              INSTITUTIONAL
              GENERAL COMMERCIAL
              PUBLIC SERVICE
              INDUSTRIAL,
              OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL
              PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
              R V. PARK
              COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
               ROAD CLOSING
              MUD BOG SPECIAL EVENT
                                 SECIlON 2. Effective Date. The above mentioned fees shall take effect July 1,


                                 PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular session by the Board of county

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TEE BOARD HAVING HERETOFORE ADVERTISED TO RECEIVE BIDS TO CONDUCT A

FLUSHING STUDY FOR TEE STEINHATCEEE MARINA FACILITY PROJECT, FOR

THIS DATE AT 6:15 P.M., OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS POSSIBLE.

THE FOLLOWING BIDS WERE RECEIVED:

     INTERA, INC.

     LUTZ,   n                                       $29,580

     TAYLOR ENGINEERING

     JACKSONVILLE,       n                           $24,793

     HSW ENGINEERING, INC.

     TAMPA,   n                                      $ 9,300

     A m

     GAINESVILLE,       n                            $24,413

KENNETH DUDLEY, BRENT BURFORD AND DONNIE ELLINGTON, WERE APPOINTED

AS A BID C-TTEE          TO STUDY THE BIDS RECEIVED AND TO MAlCE A

RECO&MENDATION TO TEE BOARD, AT TEE NEXT REGULAR MEETING, TO BE

EELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2008.

SAID BIDS BEING ON FILE IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE.



TEE BOARD HAVING HERETOFORE ADVERTISED TO RECEIVE BIDS TO CONDUCT A

WETLAND MITIGATION STRATEGY FOR TEE STEINHATCHEE MARINA FACILITY

PROJECT, FOR THIS DATE AT 6:20 P.M., OR AS SOON TBEREAFTER AS

POSSIBLE.

GARY IWOULES, DEPUTY CLERK, ADVISED THE BOARD THAT ONE (1) BID WAS

RECEIVED WITH NO NAM3 LISTED ON THE OUTSIDE.          THAT TEE BOARD'S BID

POLICY REQUIRES SAME, IN TEE EVENT THAT TEE BID IS REJECTED AND BAS

TO BE RETURNED TO TEE BIDDER.        UPON MOTION OF C M S S I O N E R PAGE,

WITH SECOND BY COtQ4ISSIONER WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE

BOARD WAIVED TEE IRREGULARITIES IN SAID BID.

TEE FOLLOWING BIDS WERE RECEIVED:

     EDMISTEN     h   ASSOC.

     PENSACOLA, FL                                   QUALIFICATIONS ONLY
                                                               Page: 22




     BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ASSOC.

     TALLAHASSEE,    n                               $11,120

     ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE SOLUTIONS, INC.

     JACKSONVILLE,     n
     NATURAL RESOURCE CONSULTANTS, LLC

     ST. AUGUSTINE,    n
     EARTH BAtANCE

     NORTH PORT, E'L

     GLATTING JACKSON

     ORLANDO,   n
     BIO-TECH CONSULTING, INC

     ORLANDO,   n




KENNETH DUDLEY, BRENT BURFORD AND DONNIE ELLINGTON, WERE APPOINTED

AS A BID COBMITTEE TO STUDY THE BIDS RECEIVED AND TO MAKE A

RECWMENDATION TO THE BOARD, AT THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING, TO BE

HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2008.

SAID BIDS BEING ON FILE IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE.



THE BOARD DISCUSSED PASSING A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE TAYLOR COUNTY

VISION 2060 PLAN, AS DEVELOPED BY THE TAYLOR COUNTY VISION 2060

TASK FORCE.

UPON MOTION OF C M I S S I O N E R PATTERSON, WITH SECOND BY C M S S I O N E R

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE COUNTY ATTORNEY WAS AUTHORIZED

TO READ THE PROPOSED RESOLUTION BY TITLE.

JTM SELLAN, MSCW, CONSULTANTS TO THE TASK FORCE, APPEARED AND

DISCUSSED ADDITIONS AND/OR REVISIONS TO THE PLAN, AS PREVIOUSLY

REQUESTED BY THE BOARD AND THE PUBLIC.

CHARLIE GAWHIER, DEPAR=           OF CIY
                                      -T         AFFAIRS (DCA), APPEARED

AND STATED THAT THE RESOLUTION IS A LOCAL RESOLUTION ONLY AS AN
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ACKNOWLEDOMENT OF TBE WORK PEREORMED BY THE TASK FORCE, TO BE USED

AS A GUIDE DURING THE COUNTY'S .EVALUATIONAND APPRAISAL REPORT AND

OTHER COMOREHENSIVE PLAN PROCESSES. THAT THE RESOLUTION IS NOT A

PORTION OF THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO ADOPT THE PLAN AS A COMPONENT

OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

AE'TER DISCUSSION, AND UPON MOTION OF CObBiISSIONER PAGE, WITH SECOND

BY C M S S I O N E R WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD ADOPTED

THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION:
                              RESOLrnON NO. U O -
                                             )&

        A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
        COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA,
        PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTION OF TAYLOR COUNTY
        WSION        AS DEVELOPED BY THE TAYLOR COUNTY
        VISION 2060 TASK FORCE, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY
        AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
WHEREAS,it is necessary for communities to look beyond the normal 20 yeat horizon of
Florida's state regulated comprehensive planning process;

WHEREAS, it is imperative that Taylor County establish a development pattern           that is
sustainable, will presexve the @ty   of life desired by its citizens and will assure the most
efficient delivery of services;

WKEREAS, it is essential that Taylor County establish a development pattern that will
promote ample space for the expansion and divetdcation of the Taylor County economy;

WHEREAS, development of T g h Coung Vizion 2060 was supported by a resolution of
        the
the Taylor County Board of County Commissioners and the City of Pary City Council;

WHEREAS, in order to develop a long range vision for Taylor County that would represent
the desires and consensus of its citizens, the Taylor County Chamber of Commerce
appointed an +teen (18) member Taylor County Task Force with the following mission:
 'To m& aplbn tbotg1&~~5tumdecisions tbatpmkd, m , cnbana ourqud4 ofhjV:
                                                nand

WHEREAS, the Taylor County Vision 2060 Task Force, in hun, solicited approximately
sixty (60) additional citizens to make up four advisory committees, the Environmental
Committee, the Development Patterns Committee, the Transportation and I n h t r u c w e
Committee and the Economic Development and Housing Committee;

WHEREAS, approximately thirty ( 0 public meetings were held between April 2007 and
                                   3)
March 2008 by the Taylor County Viion 2060 Task Force and the four advisory committees
to present T q h County Virion2060 and solicit community comments;

WHEREAS, the Taylor County Vision 2060 Talc Force unanimously approved T q h Cow@
Vriion 2060 and tansmitted it to the Planollng Board of Taylor County and the Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners on January 17,2008;

WHEREAS, the Plauuiug Boar4 on February 7,2008,conducted a public hearing, reviewed
and considered all comments recerved dunng said public heating, and recommended to the
Board of County Commissioners approvai of said T q h COUWVirion 2060, attached as
'Exhibit A, Volume 1, T q h Coun~y Virion 2060, and Volume 2 Tq&r C n Virion 2060,
                                                              ,        o*
                 M
Pubkc P a d + & n a e ) )

WHEREAS, Exhibit A, Taylor Conno VLion 2060, attached as 'Exhibit A, Volume 1, Tqloor
Coun@ Virion 2060, and Volume 2 T q t Conno Virion 2060, PubE Parfk+&n Matmi&;
                                   ,
represents the complete documentation of the entire effort of the Taylor County Vision
2060 Task Force, including all data, +is, community type typical standards, and public
participation me-    notes;
             WHJXJUS, Tgbr Conno Viirion 2060 ia not a regulatory documeat, but will be used to
             guide future decision makiag repding prate* sustaining and edunciag the quahty of
              e u
             W i Taylor County;

                                                                      ac
             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissionem held a M r h 3,2008 public hearing, with
             due public notice having been provided, on T g h Conn&Vision 2060, attached as 'Exhibit A,
             Volume 1, Tgbr Coun& Viirion 2060, and Volume 2, T g h County Virion 2060, Pub&
             Pa&#&n N; said public hentings, the ~ & dof &unty Commissioners
                                    and at
             reviewed and considered all comments received during the public heaiings, including the
             recommendation of the Planning Board, also serving as the Local Plantung Agency;

             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
             of T g h County Virion 2060, attached as 'Exhibit A, Volume 1, T q h County Virion 2060,
             and V o h e 2, T g h C o w Vin'on2060, Public P+&n          &
                                                                        M;       will serve to promote
             the public health, safety, morals, order, comfog convenience, appearance, prosp&ty and
             general welike of Taylor County when used as a p u l e duting the County's Evaluation and
             Appraisal Report and other Comprehensive Plan Amendment processes.

                 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD O F COUNTY
             COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:

             Section 1.     ADOPTION OF TAYU)R C O W VZSION 2060, T q h Corn4 Vision
             2060, attached as 'Exhibit A, Volume 1, T g h Connp Virion 2060, and Volume 2, T q h
             Con* Vision 2060, Pub& Pa&+alian Mate&& Pursuant to the proclamation signed by the
             Taylor County Vision 2060 Task Force, T q h Couw V i o n 2060 is hereby adopted by the
             Board of County Commissionem to be used to guide future decisions concerning pro-
             m d n b g , and enhancing the quality of life in Taylor County, and in particular, as a g d e
             during the County's Evaluation and Appraisal Report and other Comprehensive P a           ln
             Amendment processes.

             Section2.-
                     SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this resolution or its application to any
             person or circumstance is held invali4 the invalidity does not affect other provisions or
             applications of this resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or
             application, and to this end the provisions of this resolution are severable.

             s&&          $"EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon ita
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             Annie Mae Murphy, County CIA
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THE BOARD W I N G HERETOFORE ADVERTISED TO HOLD THE FIRST OF TWO (2)

PUBLIC HEARINGS, FOR THIS DATE AT 6:25 P.M., OR AS SOON THEREAFTER

AS POSSIBLE, TO CONSIDER THE FIRST READING OF THE PROPOSED

ORDINANCE AND THE TRANSMITTAL OF APPLICATION DOCUMENTS BY THE BOARD

OF COUNTY C-SSIONERS       TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CoMt4ONITY AFFAIRS

(DCA), IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROPOSED VISION 2060 PLAN.

UPON MOTION OF C-SSIONER        WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY C-SSIONER

PATTERSON, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE COUNTY ATTORNEY WAS

AUTHORIZED TO READ TEE PROPOSED ORDINANCE BY TITLE.

ALL PERSONS PRESENT WERE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS AND ASK

QUESTIONS REGARDING THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE AND THE TRANSMITTAL OF

      OT
SAID D-S        TO DCA.

COMMISSIONER PARKER EXPRESSED HIS THOUGHTS ON THE PROPOSED VISION

2060 PLAN, AND THE NEED FOR FUTORB PLANNING IN THE COUNTY.

DIANE WHITFIELD, A MEMBER OF THE TAYLOR COUNTY VISION 2060 TASK

FORCE, APPEARED AND STATED THAT THIS BAS BEEN A FASCINATING PROCESS

                                                  PAR-
AND EXPRESSED HER APPRECIATION TO C ~ S S I O N E R        FOR

RESEARCHING ISSUES PRIOR TO MAKING A DECISION.

AULEY ROWELL, CHAIRMAN OF THE TAYLOR COUNTY VISION 2060 TASK

FORCE, APPEARED AND EXPRESSED HIS APPRECIATION FOR THE SUPPORT

RECEIVED FROM THE BOARD AND THE COMMUNITY THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS.

NO OTHER PERSONS PRESENT MADE ANY CCMMENT REGARDING THE PROPOSED

ORDINANCE OR THE   1)OCOMENT   TRANSMITTAL.

AFTER DISCUSSION AND UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH

SECOND BY CO3MISSIONER PAGE, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD

APPROVED TRANSMITTAL OF THE DOCUMENTS TO DCA, IN CONNECTION WITH

THE PROPOSED TAYLOR COUNTY VISION 2060 PLAN.



THE BOARD TO RECEIVE BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE TAYLOR COUNTY

SPORTS COMPLEX-PEASE 11, FOR THIS DATE AT 6 :30 P.M. , OR AS SOON

THERBAETEeR AS POSSIBLE.

THE FOLLOWING BIDS WERE RECEIVED:
                                                          Page: 27




       SANDCO

       TALLAHASSEE, FL

       WORTH CONSTRUCTION 6 DEVELOPMENT, INC.

       LIVE OAK,=

       M GAY CONSTRUCTORS, INC.

       JACKSONVILLE,       n
       THE ALEXANDER GROUP, LLC

       NEWBERRY,    n
       POSPIECH CONTRACTING, INC.

       INVERNESS,      n

THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ADVISED THAT ALL BID AMOUNTS EXCEED THE

PROJECT BUDGET.

KENNETH DUDLEY AND BRENT BURFORD HERE APPOINTED AS A BID C-TTEZ

TO STUDY TEE BIDSRECEIVED.

UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER PARKER, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD AUTHORIZED NEGOTIATIONS

WITH THE LOWEST QUALIFIED BIDDER, AFTER THE BID COMMITTEE

REC-TION            IS PRESENTED TO TEE BOARD ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2008.

SAID BIDS BEING ON FILE IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE.



C-S        AND CONCERNS FROM THE PUBLIC FOR NON-AGENMED ITEMS:




NONE



PUBLIC REOUESTS :




JORDAN GREW, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT)       , DID NOT
APPEAR TO DISCUSS THE FIVE (5) YEAR WORK PROGRAM.



UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER PARKER, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PATTERSON, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED A HOLD
                                                        Page: 28




           GET
.EIARMLESSA R -       WITH PROGRESS ENERGY, FOR THE USE OF PERRY-RWLEY

AIRPORT PROPERTY AS A DISASTER RECOVERY STAGING AREA IN THE EVENT

OF HURRICANES THROUGHOUT THE STATE, AS REQUESTED BY MELODY COX,

GRANTS COORDINATOR, CONTINGENT UPON REVISIONS BEING MADE BY THE

COUNTY ATTORNEY.




THE BOARD DISCUSSED TEE RE-APPOINTMENT OF THREE (3) COMMISSIONERS

AND THE APPOINTMWT OF ONE (1) COEMISSIONER TO TEE TAYLOR COASTAL

WATER 6 SEWER DISTRICT (TCWSD) GOVERNING BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS,

GROUP 11, FOR TERMS WHICH EXPIRED ON MAY 3, 2008, AS REQUESTED BY

SHIRLEY SHINHOLSER, OFFICE MANAGER/BOARD SECRETARY, TAYLOR COASTAL

WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT. TEAT THE TCWSD ADVERTISED AND RECErVED

APPLICATIONS FROM TEE FOLLOWING:

    LONNIE A. HOUCK, JR. (SEEKING RE-APPOINTMENT)

    LYNN AIBERJERIS       (SEEKING RE-APPOINTMENT)

    LEE BENNETT            (SEEKING RE-APPOINTMENT)

    CEARLES CARLTON        (NEW APPLICANT)

TEAT NO OTHW APPLICANTS RESPONDED.

SAID TERMS FROM MAY 3, 2008 THROUGH MAY 3, 2012.

TEERE WA!3 TEE QUESTION OF A CONFLICT WITH TEE APPOINTMENT OF

CHARLES CARLTON, AS HIS WIFE, DIANE CARLTON, IS THE BILLING

SUPERVISOR FOR THE TCWSD.     MS. SHINHOLSER TEAT MS. CARLTON IS UNDER

THE DIRECT SUPERVISION OF THE GKNERAL             AND THAT THE

GOVERNING BOARD IS NOT INVOLVED IN TEE DAILY WORKINGS OF TEE TCWSD

EMPLOYEES.   THE COUNTY ATTORNEY E'OUND NO CONE'LICT WITH TEE

APPOINTMENT OF MR. CARLTON.     THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR RECOMMENDED

T   W THE TCWSD ADOPT A POLICY STATING THE DUTIES OF ALL ITS'

EMPLOYEES.

AETER DISCUSSION, AND UPON MOTION OF COMISSIONER PARKER, WITH

SECOND BY COEMISSIONER WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD
                                                           Page: 29




APPROVED THE APPOINTMENT OF THE FOUR ( 4 ) APPLICANTS, AS LISTED.



AT THE REQUEST OF THE GRANTS COORDINATOR, AND UPON HOTION OF

COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER PAGE, AND BY

UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED AN AMENDMlENT TO TEE BID

DOCUMENTS FOR TKE PERRY FOLEY AIRPORT T-HANGAR AND I N F R A S T R U C m

PROJECT, AS THE FEDERAL CONTRACT DOES NOT HONOR THE LOCAL

PREFERENCE FOR BIDDERS.




NONE




TEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REMINDED THE BOARD OF TEE WORKSESSION TO

THE HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 6, 2008 AT 6:00 P.M., TO FURTHER DISCUSS

BUDGET CONSIDERATIONS FOR N 08/09, ETC.



BOARD ImmRUATIOnaLt ITEMS:



COhMISSIONER PARKER ADVISED THAT LOUIS SHAW HAS REQUESTED THAT THE

VOLUNTEER FIRE TRUCK BE MOVED FROM ITS' CURRENT LOCATION IN SHADY

GROVE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.



TEE CHAIRMAN REQUESTED THAT A REVIEW OF TEE SPEED LIMIT ON RED

PADGETT ROAD, AND THE POSSIBLE ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION TO INCREASE

SAME, BE PLACED ON THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING AGENDA FOR

DISCUSSION.

SAID MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2008.



GLENN SENTER EXPRESSED HIS APPRECIATION FOR THE FAST RESPONSE TO
                                                         Page: 30




AND SOLID WASTE EMPLOYEES.



THE BOARD EXPRESSED THEIR APPRECIATION TO THE PUBLIC AND COUNTY

STAFF.



AFTER EXAMINATION OF THE CURRENT BILLS BY THE BOARD, COMMISSIONER

PAGE MOVED, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, AND UNANIMOUSLY

PASSED BY THE BOARD, THAT THE MONTHLY BILLS BE APPROVED AS FOLLOWS:

    FUND                                  WARRANT NOS.

GENFaALREVENUEFUND            035159    THROUGH 035223   INCLUSIVE

ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND          5009875    THROUGH 5009891 INCLUSIVE

AND THAT THE CHAIRMAN AND THE CLERK BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE COUNTY

WARRANTS COVERING SAME.



THE HOUR BEING APPROXIMATELY 7:25 P.M., AND TBERg BEING NO FURTHXR

BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER PAGE MADE A MOTION, WITH SECOND BY

COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, TO ADJOURN.      THE MOTION TO ADJOURN PASSED BY

UNANIMOUS VOTE OF THE BOARD, SUBJECT TO CALL.




                               BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                               TAYLOR COUNTY, E'LORIDA




                                  CLAY BETHEA, CHAIRMAN



ATTEST :




GARY KNOWLES, D.C.

FOR ANNIE MAE MURPHY, CLERK
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Book Type[ BOCC     1    Date[ 0 5 / 2 0 / 2 0 0 8   1           Time[ 6 : 0 0 P.M.
    ~ o o k # [52   I Minutes#[ 40                   I   Meeting-Type[ REGULAR



                            BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                                 TAYLOR COUNTY, F'LORIDA

                                       COURTHOUSE ANNEX

                                         M I N U T E S

                                  TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2008

                                             6:00 P.M.




THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMHlSSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FIX)RIDA, MET IN

REGULAR SESSION ON THE ABOVE DATE.



PRESENT WERE CLAY BETHEA, CHAIRMAN, RUDOLPH PARKER, PATRICIA

PATTERSON, MARK WIGGINS AND MALCOLM PAGE, A FULL BOARD BEING

PRESENT. COUNTY ATTORNEY, CONRAD BISHOP, WAS ALSO PRESENT.



THE BOARD WAS       CAUED   TO ORDER BY TEE CHAIRMAN AND LED IN PRAYER BY

CObBlISSIONER PARKER, FOLLOWED BY PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

AND BUSINESS TRANSACTED AS FOLLOWS:



UPON MOTION OF CCM4ISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COIMISSIONER

PARKER, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED THE AMENDED

AGENDA FOR THIS DATE, AS FOLLOWS:

1.   ADD AS CONSENT ITEM NO. 10-A., THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL

      OF INVOICE, IN TEE AMOUNT OF $95,806.57, IN CONNECTION WITH THE

      OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY PROJECT, AS SUBMITTED BY PEAVY & SON

      CONSTRUCTION.

2.   ADD AS COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ITEM NO. 22., TBE BOARD TO CONSIDER

     ADVERTISING FOR A PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING A PROPOSED ORDINANCE

      TO M N D TAYLOR COUNTY CODE CHAPTER 18, WITH REGARDS TO THE

      BUSINESS TAX FOR CANVASSERS, SOLOCITORS, PEDDLERS, TRANSIENT
                                                       Page: 2




      MERCHANTS, ITINERANT MERCHANTS OR INTEGRANT VENDORS IN THE

      UNINCORPORATED AREA OF TAYLOR COUNTY, AS REQUESTED BY JACK

      BROWN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.

3.    ADD AS COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ITEH NO. 23., THE COUNTY

      ADMINISTRATOR TO DISCUSS ENTERING INTO AN INTERIM SHIP PROGRAM

      ADMINISTRATIVE CONTRACT WITH MERIDIAN COMMUNITY SERVICES GROUP,

      INC .



TBE CLERK PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL, MINUTES OF APRIL 22 AND 23, 2008.

UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER PARKER, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

WIGGINS, IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY PASSED THAT THE MINUTES OF APRIL 22 AND

23, 2008 WERE APPROVED WITHOUT PUBLIC READING AS ALL BOARD MEMBERS

HAD   PREVIOUSLY RECEIVED TRUE COPIES.




UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PARKER, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING

RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO ROBERT DREW FRANKEL FOR HIS VOLUNTEER

SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TAYLOR COUNTY PLANNING BOARD:
                                                                       Page: 3




           A RESOLUTION COMMENDING ROBERT DREW
         FRANKEL FOR HIS VOLUNTEER PUBI-IC SERVICE TO
               THE CITIZENS OF TAYLOR COUNTY


       WHEREAS, Robert Drew Frankel has provided valuable services to the
people of Taylor County and to the Board of County Commissioners, and

        WHEREAS, the Board wishes to publicly thank Robert Drew Frankel for
his volunteer public service on the Planning Board, and

       WHEREAS, as a result of the resignation from the Planning Board his
services to our County will be greatly missed, and


      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County
Commissioners of Taylor County to hereby tender this resolution, extending to
him and his family our deep appreciation for his service.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be furnished
to Mr. Frankel and that a copy be placed in the minutes of this Board.

       PASSED in regular session this 20th day of May, 2008



                                     BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                     TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA



                                           /Clay     Bethea, Chair




          %wCn7w,&
ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk          0
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CONSENT Ilmm:



UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PARKER, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED CONSENT ITEM NOS.

SIX (6) THROUGH TEN-A. (10-A), AS FOLUlWS:

6.   THE ADOPTION OF THE E'OLLOWING RESOLUTION TO THE FLORIDA

     CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION REGARDING THE NATIONAL STRATEGIC

     IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING SPACE E'LIGHT EXPERTISE AT THE KENNEDY

     SPACE CWTER, AS REQUESTBD BY TEE BREVARD COUNTY BOARD OF

     COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:
                                                                              Page: 5




                               RESOLUTION
A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA TO THE FLORIDA CONGRESSIONAL
DELEGATION REGARDING THE NATIONAL STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE
OF MAINTAINING SPACE FLIGHT EXPERTISE AT THE KENNEDY SPACE
CENTER AND ENSURING THAT FUTURE CREW AND CARGO LOGISTIC
MISSIONS TO THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION USE DOMESTIC
CAPABILITIES

WHEREAS, the United States has a strategic interest in maintaining the nation's
preeminence in spaceflight; the spaceflight ex ertise at the Kennedy Space Center is a
center of excellence that should be maintainJafter the discontinuance of Space Shuttle
missions; and the United States has obligations to provide crew and cargo logistic
services to the International Space Station after the Shuttle is retired, and
WHEREAS, until the Constellation Program reaches operational status, the United
States currently plans to substantially fulfill those obligations by purchasing logistic
services with Russia, notably Soyuz and Progress flights; and these plans make the
United States largely dependent on the Russians for a five year period or more in
obtaining access to the International Space Station; and
WEIEREAS, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has executed Space Act
Ameernents under the Commercial Orbital Transwrtation Services (COTS) P r o m to
foiter domestic commercial capability to providecrew and car o l o h i c s io the-
International S ace Station, the COTS Program provides four a f f m n t cargo aud crew
logistic capabi&ies known as Capabilities A, B, C and D; and the United States is the
world's premier space faring nation because the American aerospace industry has
consistently provided solutions to national needs including those of NASA; and
WHEREAS, these talents should be tasked to providing domestic solutions to America's
crew and cargo's logistic needs; and resources to be spent on procuring Russian Soyuz
and Progress logistic services would best be devoted to the development and
procurhent of domestic crew and cargo logistic capabilities.
                  T
NOW THEREFORE, BE l RESOLVED THAT THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, does hereby unanimously
approve
That this Resolution be forwarded to the State of Florida Congressional Delegation with a
request that the Delegation as a whole urge the Administrator of the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration to immediately explore all possible domestic options i ~ l u d i n g
COTS Program Capabilities A, B, C and D to reduce or eliminate the need to procare
foreign logistic services to the Intemational Space Station,
That such efforts should not be limited to cargo logistics but should aggressively target
crew logistic needs including but not limited to COTS Capability D.
That the Delegation encourage the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration to fully utilize the demonstrated excellence of the Kennedy Space Center
for the integration and launch of these crew and cargo logistic operations.


DONE AND ORDERED in regular session at Perry, Taylor County,
~lorida,
       this     day of  .
                                       BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                       TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA


                                       BY:
                                               HAY
                                                 BETHEA, CHAIRMAN



ANNIE MAE MURPHY,CLERK
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7.   TEE APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING REVISED HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT

     EQR THE USE OF PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT PROPERTY BY PROGRESS EN'RRGY,

     AS A STAGING AREA FOR RECOVERY IN THE EVENT OF A HURRICANE IN

     THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AS PREPARED BY TEE COUNTY ATTORNEY:
       This Hold Harmless Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the 'Agreement")
i made and entered into as of the
s                                             day of                 , 2008, by and
between Florida Power Corporation, a Florida Corporation, dba Progress Energy
Plorida Inc., (hereinafter referred to as 'Progress Energy") with offices located at
4121 Saint Lawrence Dr., New Port Richey, Florida 34653 and Taylor County Board
of County Commissioners, (hereinafter referred to as the 'Owner") with an address
at Perry Foley Airport, 401 Industrial Park Drive, Perry, Florida.
                                WITNESSETH:
       WHEREAS, Owner owns a certain tract of land in Taylor County, Florida
which is suitable for use as a temporary staging area for Progress Energy's disaster
                                                                                       .
response contingency plans, said tract of land being generally known as: Perry
Foley Airport (hereinafter referred to as the ('Property"); and
       WHEREAS, Progress Energy desires to utilize the Property as a temporary
staging area for its disaster response contingency plans.
       NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual promises made
herein, Progress Energy and Owner agree as follows:
SECUON 1 SCOPE OF AGREEMENT
       .

       A. Owner shall allow Progress Energy to utilize the Property as a staging

           area for Progress Energy's disaster response contingency plans.
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       B. Owner shall, upon a mutually agreed upon time, allow Progress Energy
      to enter Owner's property and perform the services necessary for Progress
       Energy to set up the staging area and carry out the appurtenant disaster
       response activities.
SECIlON 2. "rElw
       The term of this Agreement shall commence on                     , 2 0 0 8 and

shall continue until December 31,2013.
SECIlON 3. INDEMNIFICATION
       Progress Energy hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Owners and
Taylor County from any and all claims, liabilities, obligations, damages, demands,
losses, causes of action, costs or expenses including reasonable attorney's fees for
injury to or death of any person, and for damage to or destruction of any property
resulting from the negligent acts of Progress Energy or any employee, agent, or
subcontractor, or anyone directly or indirectly employed by or through them, or
anyone for whose acts they may be liable.
SECIlON 4. RETZTRN OF PROPERTY
       At the end of Progress Energy's usage of the Property as a staging area,
Progress Energy shall restore the Property to its original condition.
SECTION 5. TERMINATION
       Notwithstanding anything set forth herein, either Party may terminate this
Agreement by providing written notice to the other Party                   - - A
                                                                          ( . .
days prior to the desired termination date. Said notice shall be sent by certified

mail return receipt requested.
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SECI'ION 6. GOVERNING W &
       This Agreement and the rights and obligations of the Parties to this
Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the
State of Florida. Venue of any litigation as a result of this agreement shall be
exclusively in Taylor County, Florida.
SECI'ION 7.    -           2
       This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the Parties with
respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous
agreement or understanding between the Parties.
       IN WITNESS        WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this
Agreement as of the day and year first above written.

  FLORIDA POWER CORP. d/b/a               BOARD OF CO COMMISSIONERS,
PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA, INC.               TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
                                               PERRY FOLEY AIRPORT
BY:




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8.   THE APPROVAL OF A USER AGREEMEWT TO PROCEED AND PARTICIPATE IN

     TEE NORTH FLORIDA 911 ROUTING PROJECT, AS REQUESTED BY RENAr

     COURTNEY, 911 COORDINATOR.

SAID ACREEMENT ON FILE WITH THE 911 COORDINATOR.

9.   THE APPROVAL TO ADVERTISE FOR A PUBLIC BEARING, TO BE HELD ON

     MONDAY, JULY 7, 2008, AT 6:10 P.M., REGARDING A ROAD CLOSING

     REQUEST FOR A PORTION OF THE STEPBENS BAXTER ROAD, AS AGENDAED

     BY DANNY GRINER, COUNTY BUILDING OFFICIAL.

10. THE A P P R O W OF AN APPLICATION FOR VETERANS GRANT PROGRAM

     FUNDING ASSISTANCE FOR SIDNEY P . HILL, FOR TEE REIMBURSEMENT OF

     AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES IN THE AMOUNT OF $672.60, AS

     REQUESTED BY MELODY COX, GRANTS COORDINATOR.

10-A. THE APPROVAL OF AN INVOICE, IN TBE AMOUNT OF $95,806.57, IN

     CONNECTION WITH TEE OLD DIXIE HIGBWAY PROJECT, AS SUBMITTED BY

     PEAVY 6 SON CONSTRUCTION.



BIDS/PVBLIC BEARINGS:



TEE BOARD HAVING BERETOFORE ADVERTISED TO RECEIVE BIDS FOR NORTH T-

BANGAR DEVELOPMENT-PHASE 1; PERRY FOLEY AIRPORT, FOR THIS DATE AT

6:10 P.M., OR AS SOON THERERFTER AS POSSIBLE.

THE FOLLOWING BIDS WERE RECEIVED:

1.   RUSSELL ENGINEERING, INC.

     FT. LAUDERDALE, F'LORIDA                       $1,259,547.20

2.   RAM CONSTRUCTION   6   DEVELOPMENT, LLC .

     MIDWAY, FLORIDA                                $1,305,580.00

3.   CURT'S CONSTRUCTION, INC.

     WHITE SPRINGS, FLORIDA                         $2,059,655.71

4.   BIS FRUCON INDUSTRIAL SERVICES, INC.

     TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA                           $1,765,654.00

IT WAS STATED THAT TWO (2) BIDS WERE RECEIVED IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE

AFTER THE 4 :00 P.M. DEADLINE, WITH ONE BID BEING RECEIVED WITH NO
                                                       Page: 11




NAME LISTED ON THE OUTSIDE. PER THEIR BID POLICY AND UPON MOTION OF

C-SSIONER     WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER PAGE, AND BY

UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD REJECTED TEE LATE BIDS.

MELODY COX, BILL ROBERTS AND AVCON, INC. (AIRPORT CONSULTING FIRM),

WERE APPOIN'L%D AS A BID COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE BIDS RECEIVED AND TO

MAKE A R C A I N
        E-TO           TO THE BOARD AT THEIR NEXT REGULAR MEETING,TO

BE HELD ON MONDAY, JUNE 2, 2008.

SAID BIDS BEING ON FILE IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE.



THE BOARD HAVING HERETOFORE ADVERTISED FOR A PUBLIC HEARING, FOR

THIS DATE AT 6:15 P.M., OR AS SOON TBEREAFTER AS POSSIBLE, TO

RECENE PUBLIC INPUT REGARDING THE TAPLOR COUNTY TRANSPORTATION

DISADVANTAGED PROGRAM 2008-2009 GOALS.

MELODY COX, GRANTS COORDINATOR, APPEARED AND ADVISED THAT PER THE

TERM OF THE PLANNING GRANT AGREKMIMT, AN ANNUAL PUBLIC BEARING IS

REQUIRED TO UPDATE THE BOARD AND THE PUBLIC ON THE PROGRAM'S

PROGRJZSS AND ANY UPCOMING CHANGES IN THE PROGRAM.   MS. COX ADVISED

THAT THE SHUTTLE SERVICE BAS BEEN CHANGED FROM A F N E (5) DAY

SERVICE, 6:00 AM TO 8:00 PM, TO A THREE (3) DAY SERVICE, 6:00 AM TO

6:00 PM, DUE IN PART TO TRANSPORTATION COST INCREASES.

CObQ4ISSIONER PATTERSON DISCUSSED THE PROGRAM FOR THE NEEDY, AND

ADVISED THAT SHE BAS DISCUSSED FUNDING ASSISTANCE WITH THE CITY OF

PERRY. COMMISSIONER PATTERSON FURTHER REQUESTED THAT THE BOARD

CONSIDER ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE PROGRAM DURING THEIR BUDGET

WORK SESSIONS FOR FY 08/09.   COMMISSIONER PATTERSON ALSO REQUESTED

THAT THE BOARD RIDE THE SHUTTLE AND TALK TO THE RIDERS.

ALL PERSONS PRESENT WERE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS   AND    ASK

QUESTIONS REGARDING THE PROGRAM.

KENNETH HUTCHINS APPEARED AND STATED THAT THE SHUTTLE SERVICE NEEDS

TO BE MONITORED TO INSURE THAT IT IS NOT USED IN LIEU OF USING

PERSONAL VEHICLES, DUE TO RISING GAS PRICES.

NO OTHER PERSONS PRESENT MADE ANY C      m REGARDING THE TAYLOR
                                                      Page: LZ




COUNTY TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED PROGRAM 2008-2009 GOALS.



HOSPITAL I!lEW:



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S       DARCY, CEO DOCTORSr MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (DMH), AND TRISTAN

GLANVILLE, INTERIM CFO, D m , APPEARED AND PROVIDED A FINANCIAL

UPDATE TO THE BOARD FOR MARCH, 2008, STATING TEAT APRIL, 2008

PRELIMINARY NUMBERS LOOK GOOD.   TEAT NEW PROCEDURES HAVE BEEN

M
P
I-          REGARDING M3DICARE AND MEDICAID CLAIMS.   TEAT TOO MUCH

DOWNSIZING WAS DONE IN SOME AREAS, WITH SECURITY BEING ADDED BACK

IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM ON WEEK-ENDS, DUE TO SAFETY ISSUES.    MR.

DARCY STATED THAT A CARDIOLOGIST FROM APALACHICOLA IS BEING

RECRUITED, WHO HAS PRESWTED A BUSINESS PLAN TO DMH FOR THEIR

CONSIDERATION. THAT AN ENT HAS BEEN INTERVIEWED, AND TEAT

TALLAHASSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC (TOC) IS STILL COMING TO DMH, BUT

WILL RE-EVALUATE THEIR SITUATION IN JULY, 2008 TO DETERMINE THE

FEASIBILITY OF CONTINUING THEIR SERVICES IN PERRY, A S PRIMARY

PHYSICIANS ARE SENDING THEIR PATIENTS TO GAINESVILLE.     KENNETH

HUTCHINS APPEARED AND EXPRESSED HIS CONCERN OVER THE LOSS OF A

RADIOLOGIST AT DMH (DR. MEJIA) , AND WAS ADVISED BY MR. DARCY TEAT

BE IS WORKING TO FILL THE POSITION.



-
SC       AND CONCERNS FROM THE PUBLIC FOR NON-AG3NDAE.D   ITEMS:



NONE

PUBLIC REQUESTS:



JORDAN GREEN, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (E'DOT), APPEARED

TO DISCUSS THE FIVE ( 5 ) YEAR WORK PROGRAM. ALSO PRESENT FROM FDOT

WERE BILL HENDERSON AND KATRIHA SADLER.   MR. GREEN DISCUSSED TBE

PWUJ FOR FY 2009-2013, AND REQUESTED WORK PROORAEd

PRIORITIES/PROPOSED PROJECTS FRQM THE BOARD BY AUGUST 1, 2008,
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AFPER THE END OF THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION.    MR. GREEN ADVISED THAT

PUCKETT ROAD AND PISGAE ROAD PROJECTS ARE IN PLACE FOR 2008.

COMMISSIONER PAGE REQUESTED THAT FDOT INVESTIGATE DIPS IN HIGHWAY

98 W I A T E L Y , DUE TO EAZARDOUS CONDITIONS.




UPON MOTION OF C-SSIONER      PAGE, WITH SECOND BY COMSSIONER

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD APPROVED THE INSTALLATION

OF T-1 CIRCUIT AND FIBER OPTIC CABLE, FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OF

INTERNET ACCESS FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX AND CONSTITUTIONAL

OFFICES, AS AGENDAED BY BOBBY LEWIS, IS DIRECTOR.



UPON MOTION OF CO&MISSIONER PAGE, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PATTERSON, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD APPROVED THE

RE-APPOINTMENT OF BRUCE RATLIFF AND WARD KETRING TO TEE TAYLOR

COUNTY PLANNING BOARD, AS AGENDAED BY TEE COUNTY BUILDING OFFICIAL.

IT WAS STATED THAT SAID POSITIONS WERE ADVERTISED, WITH MR. RATLIFF

AND MR. KETRING BEING TEE ONLY RESPONDERS AND REQUESTING TO BE

RE-APPOINTED.



UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER PARKER, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PATTERSON, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD APPROVED HOMEBUYER DOWN

PAYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR TRACY A. ANDERSON, IN THE AMOUNT OF $7,000,

AS AGENDAED BY TEE GRANTS COORDINATOR.



UPON MOTION OF C M S S I O N E R WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PARKER, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD AUTHORIZED STAFF TO

NEGOTIATE WITH WORTH CONSTRUCTION 6 DEVELOPMWT, INC., AS THE

LOWEST RESPONSIVE PROPOSAL, TO LOWER TEE PROJECT COST TO MATCH

AVAILABLE FUNDING FOR PHASE 2 OF TEE TAYLOR CODNTY SPORTS COMPLEX,

AS ALL BIDS RECEIVED WERE IN EXCESS OF AVAILABLE FUNDS.
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TEE BOARD DISCUSSED AWARDING TEE BID FOR TEE WETIAND MITIGATION

STRATEGY EVALUATION FOR TEE STEINHATCEEE MARINA FACILITY PROJECT.

THE CLERK ADVISED THAT WHEN T I BIDS WERE RECEIVED BY THE BOARD ON
                             lE

MAY 5, 2008, A BID RECEIVED FROM EDMISTEN 6 ASSOCIATES WAS

ANNOUNCED AS QUALIFICATIONS ONLY, WITH NO LISTED BID AMOUNT.       UPON

REVIEW OF THEIR BID PACKET BY TEE BID COMMITTEE, IT WAS DISCOVERED

TEAT EDMISTEN DID BID ON THE PROJECT, HOWEVER TEE BID AMOUNTS HERE

INSERTED IN THE WRONG PORTION OF THE BID PACKET.         lE
                                                   TEAT T I BID FROM

EDMISTEN 6 ASSOCIATES IS AN ACCEPTABLE BID, IN THE AMOUNT OF

$4,800.00.

UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PATTERSON, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD AWARDED TEE BID FOR TEE

WETLAND MITIGATION STRATEGY EVALUATION FOR TEE STEINHATCEEE MARINA

FACILITY PROJECT, TO EDMISTEN 6 ASSOCIATES, IN TEE AMOUNT OF

$4,800.00, AS THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE PROPOSAL.



UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY CObMISSIONER

PAGE, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD ACCEPTED TEE BID CObMITTEE

REC-ATION       AND AWARDED THE BID FOR TEE J?LUSHING STUDY FOR TEE

STEINEATCEEE MARINA FACILITY PROJECT TO ATM, IN TlIE AMOUNT OF

$24,413, AS THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE PROPOSAL.

TEE BID COMMITTEE STATED IN THEIR RECOMMENDATION, THAT TEE LOWEST

COST PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY HSW ENGINEERING, IN TEE AMOUNT OF

$9,300, WAS REJECTED AS HSW ENGINEERING COULD NOT PERFORM TEE

REQUESTED SCOPE OF SERVICES WITHOUT FURTHER STUDIES.




JACK BROWN, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, DISCUSSED SEVERAL OPTIONS AS

REQUESTED BY THE CITY OF PERRY TO COMBINE CITY AND COUNTY BUILDING

DEPARTblEN!CS, AS FOLLOWS:
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      EAVING A SINGLE DEPAR-         WITH ALL EMPLOYEES BEING ON THE

      COUNTY'S PAYROLL

      HAVING A SINGLE DEPAR-         WITH CITY EMPLOYEES REMAINING ON

      THE CITY PAYROLL,

BOTH OPTIONS EAVING ONE STANDARD OF OPERATIONS.         MR. BROWN FURTHER

STATED THAT THERE IS NO SAVINGS TO THE COUNTY WITH HAVING A UNIFIED

FIRE DEPARTMENT.    IT WAS A CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD TO AUTHORIZE THE

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO PROCEED WITH FURTHER NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE

CITY FOR ONE (1) SYSTEM FOLLOWING TEE CEAIN OF C         O   W AS

ESTABLISHED BY THE COUNTY (UNITY OF C O W ) , WITH AU EMPLOYEES

BEING UNDER ONE PAY PLAN, RETIREMENT PLAN, ETC.



THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR DISCUSSED ADVERTISING FOR A PUBLIC HEARING

REGARDING A PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO AMEND TAYLOR COUNTY CODE CHAPTER

18, WITH REGARDS TO THE BUSINESS TAX FOR CANVASSERS, SOLOCITORS,

PEDDLERS, TRANSIENT MERCHANTS, ITINERANT MERCHANTS OR INTEGRANT

VENDORS IN TEE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF TAYLOR COUNTY.          UPON MOTION

OF COMMISSIONER PAGE, WITH SECOND BY COl&ISSIONER PARKER, AND BY

UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD AGREED TO ADVERTISE FOR SAID PUBLIC

HEARING.

SAID PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2008 AT 6:10

P .M. , OR AS SOON TEEDEWSXR AS POSSIBLE.



UPON MOTION OF C M S S I O N E R PATTERSON, WITH SECOND BY C M S S I O N E R

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD AUTHORIZED TEE COUNTY

ADMINISTRATOR AND THE COUNTY ATTORNEY TO REVIEW AN INTERIM SHIP

PROGRAM CONTRACT WITH MERIDIAN COMMUNITY SERVICES GROUP, INC., FOR

TEE ADMINISTRATION OF THE PROGRAM, AND IF APPROVED, AUTHORIZED THE

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO SIGN THE CONTRACT ON BEEALF OF THE BOARD,

,WITH HIS SIGNATURE BEING RATIFIED AT A FUTURE WWTING OF TEE BOARD.



TEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ADVISED TEAT SIREN TESTING IN THE COASTAL
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AREA WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED ON T m D A Y , MAY 22, 2008 AT 3:20 P.M.




COBMISSIONER PAGE REQUESTED PRAPER FOR SENATOR TED KENNEDY AND HIS

FAMILY AS HE FIGHTS BRAIN CANCER.



COBMISSIONER PARKER ADVISED TBAT SENATOR BILL NELSON WILL HOLD A

MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008, BEGINNING AT 8:00 A.M., AT THE

DOWNTOWN CAFE.   MR. PARKER REQUESTED AREAS FOR DISCUSSION AT SAID

MeETING, AND WAS PRESENTED THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

1.   DREDGING ASSISTANCE

2.   EPA/STEINHATCBEE BOAT RAMP ISSUE

3.   TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED PROGRAM ASSISTANCE

4.   FAA FUNDING FOR ASSISTANCE WITH RUNWAY PAVING AT THE

     PERRY-rnLEY AIRPORT

5.   RWEWABLE ENERGY

6.   UNFUNDED BEALTHCARE ISSUES/MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY

7. AFFORDABLE HOUSING ISSUES



CHAIRMAN BETHEA ADVISED THAT CULVERTS ON THE FISH CREEK GRADE ARE

CAVED-IN.

CHAIRMAN BETHEA REQUESTED AND RECEIVED A CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD TO

AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO DRAFT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

WITH REGARDS TO GRANTS, TO AVOID HAVING TO CALL SPECIAL MeETINGS TO

DISCUSS GRANT ISSUES.

CHAIRMAN BETHEA APOLOGIZED TO STAFF AND THE CLERK FOR HIS BEBAVIOR

AT THE SPECIAL MEETING HELD ON MAY 19, 2008.   THAT TOO MUCH EMOTION

WAS SHOWN.
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AFTER EXAMINATION O F THE CURRENT B I L L S BY TEE BOARD, C-SSIONER

PAGE MOVED, WITH SECOND BY C-SSIONER           PARKER, AND UNANIMOUSLY

PASSED BY TEE BOARD, TEAT THE MONTEILY B I L L S B E APPROVED A S E'OLLOWS:

    FUND                                      WARRANT NOS.

GENERAL R J w E N m FUND       035224      THROUGH 035343    INCLUSIVE

ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND           5009892     THROUGH 5009931 INCLUSIVE

AND TEAT THE CHAIRMAN AND THE CLERK BE AUTHORIZED TO I S S U E COUNTY

WARR?WTS   COVERING S A M E , WITH THE EXCEPTION O F ONE (1) INVOICE

PULLED BY THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.



THE HOUR BEING APPROXIMATELY 7:30 P . M . ,    AND TEEERE BEING NO FURTHER

BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER WIGGINS MADE A MOTION, WITH SECOND BY

COMMISSIONER PATTERSON, TO ADJOURN.        TEE m T I O N TO ADJOURN PASSED

BY UNANIMOUS VOTE O F THE BOARD, SUBJECT TO CALL.




                                  BOARD O F COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                                  TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA



                                 BY:

                                       CLAY BETEEA, CEAIRMAN



ATTEST :




ANNIE MAE MURPHY, CLERK
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Baok Type[ BOCC   I     Date[ 06/02/2008 I                 Time[ 6:00 P . M .
    ~ook#[52      I Minutes#[ 41         I         Meeting-Type [ REGULAR



                        BOARD O F COUNTY COMN[ISSIONERS

                              TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA

                                 COURTHOUSE ANNEX

                                  M I N U T E S

                              MONDAY, JUNE 2 , 2008

                                    6 : 0 0 P.M.




THE BOARD OF COUNTY C M S S I O N E R S OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, MET I N

REGULAR SESSION ON THE ABOVE DATE.



PRESENT WERE CLAY BET-,         CHAIRMAN, RUDOLPH PARKER, PATRICIA

PATTERSON, MARK WIGGINS AND MALCOLM PAGE, A ATLL BOARD BEING

PRESENT. COUNTY ATTORNEY, CONRAD BISHOP, WAS ALSO PRESENT.



THE BOARD WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY THE CHAIRMM AND LED I N PRAYER BY

STAN RIDGEWAY, FOLLOWED BY PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG AND

BUSINESS TRANSACTED AS FOLLOWS :



UPON MOTION OF C M S S I O N E R WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

BETHEA, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED THE AGENDA FOR

T H I S DATE, AS SUBMITTED.




UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY C W S S I O N E R

PARKER, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING

RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE FAMILY O F                     LAVAUE, FOR H I S

SERVICE AS A VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER:
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                    RESOLUTION NO.

         A RESOLUTION COMMENDING JAMES E. (JIMMY) LAVALLE
        FOR HIS MANY YEARS OF VOLUNTEER PUBLIC SERVICE TO
                  THE CITIZENS OF TAYLOR COUNTY

        WHEREAS, James E. (Jimmy) LaValle started his forty two year career of
fire protection and prevention with the Florida Division of Forestry in November
1966, serving Taylor County and surrounding area, and

      WHEREAS, James E. (Jimmy) LaValle, as the Forestry area supervisor,
was an integral part in the establishment of many of our area ,community fire
departments providing equipment, training and knowledge to help protect that
community and make it a safer place to live, and

       WHEREAS, James E. (Jimmy) LaValle was an organizing member and
later Chief of the Athena Volunteer Fire Department where he shared his time,
knowledge and skill, as a firefighter, to help protect his community and make it a
safer community for all, and

        NOW, THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County
Commissioners of Taylor County, on behalf of a grateful community and all
firefighters', we wish to extend our condolences, express our appreciation for his
forty two years of service, and devotion to his community, and

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be furnished
to the LaValle family and that a copy be placed in the minutes of this Board.

       PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular session
.
/
                   ,2008.


                                    BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                    TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
                                                                              ,.




                                    CLAY BETHEA, Chairman


ATTEST:


                       u            w
ANNIE MAE MURPHY. clerk         6
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CONSENT I!rEm:



UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER PAGE, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED CONSENT ITEM

NOS. FIVE (5) THROUGH ELEVEN (ll), AS FOLLOWS:

5.   THE BOARD APPROVED A PETTY CASH FUND, IN TEE AMOUNT OF $200.00,

     FOR TEE TAYLOR COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT, IN ORDER TO

     REFUND SPAY/NEUTER DEPOSITS, AS REQUESTED BY THE COUNTY FINANCE

     DEPARTMENT, AND RECaMMEWDED BY TEE COUNTY AUDITOR.

6.   TEE APPROVAL OF TEE FOLLOWING APPLICATION FOR RFXENUE SHARING

     2008/2009 STATE FISCAL YEAR, AS REQUESTED BY THE COUNTY FINANCE

     DEPARTMENT :
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                       Application for Revenue Sharing 2008-2009 State Fiscal Year
                                  (Chapter 218, Part II Florida Statutes)

DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE

                                         Application deadline is June 30,2008
                                         Mall completed orlglnal application to:

                                               Department of Revenue
                                           Revenue Accounting Subprocess
                                                     ..
                                                    P O Box 8808
                                             Tallahassee, FL 32388-8809
                                                    (850)487-1 150

Please TYPE or PRINT

Name of County   TAYLOR
                                                             OR
Name of Municipality                                                                County

Telephone Number         (850) 838-3506
Fax Telephone Number (850) 838-3540
Mayor or Chairman of Governing Body Clay Bethea. Chairman
    Fiscal Officer Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk of Courts
Ch~ef
E-mail Address     ltaylo@taylorclerk.~~m
Official Mailing Address P.O. Box 620 Perry, FL 32348



     Check here if the address represents a change from the previous application.

Federal Employer I.D. Number                     (required for new participants only).

Please complete the questions below to determine your eligibility to participate i n Revenue Sharing l o r this fiscal
year.

1. Have you submitted your financial statements for fiscal year ending 09130106 to the Depactment of Financial Services
   as required by s. 218.32, F.S.7
                       @ yes                       O No
2. Have you made provisions for annual postaudits of your financial accounts as provided by
   s. 11.45, F.S.7
                       @ yes                       O    NO


                    04/22/2008
                   Date o Audit Report
                        l                                         Flscal Year-End
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3. Have you reported on your most recent financial statement revenues equivalent to three mills calculated based on
   your 1973 taxable values? This revenue should be net of debt service or special mlllages approved by the voters.
    The revenue can be generated by a combination of ad valorem tax, utility tax, occupational license tax, or a payment
    from the county as allowed by s. 125.01,Florida Statutes.
                        @yes                         O N 0
4. If you have a law enforcement department, answer the questions below: (If you have a contracted or strictly
    volunteer department, eklp to question 6)
    (A) Have your law enforcement officers, as defined by s. 943.10(1),F.S., met the qualificationsfor employment as
        established by the Crlminal Justice Standards and Training Commission, and do you compensate them at an
        annual salary rate of six thousand dollars ($6,000) more?
                                                          or
                        0Yes                        O
    (6) Does the salary structure and salary plans for law enforcement officers meet the requirements of
        Chapter 943 F.S.?
                        @yes                         O
5. If you have a fire departmeht, answer the questions below: (If you have a contracted or strictly volunteer
   department, skip to questlon 6)

                                                          F.S., met the requirements stated in s. 633.34,
    (A) Have your firefighters, as defined by s. 633.30(1),                                              633.35,and
        633.382F.S.
                       0Yes                         O
    (8) Does your fire department employ any full-time firefighters, who currently have either a bachelor's degree or
        associate degree from a college or university which is applicable to fire department duties, the degree is not a
        mquirement tor their current position?
                       0yes                         O    NO

    (C) If so, are these firefighters currently receiving supplementalcompensation for those degrees?


6. Are dependent special districts budgeted separately from the general budget of your government? Do they meet the
   provisions for annual postaudit of their financial accounts in as provided by s. 11.45(3),
                                                                                            F.S.7
                       o ~ e s                                               @Does      Not Apply
7. Have you met the requirements of s. 200.065,   F.S.,if applicable? m e annual certification must be within 30 days of
   adoption of an ordinance or resolution establishing a final property tax levy or, if no property tax is levied, not later
   than November 1  .


The portion of revenue sharing funds which, according to Part It, Chapter 218,F.S., would otherwise be distributed
to a unit of local government which has not certified compliance or has otherwise failed to meet the requirements
of s. 200.065,  F.S., shall be deposited in the General Revenue Fund for the 12 months following a determinationof
noncompliance by the department.)
I certify that all information is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge. I further certify that I will promptly
report to the Department of Revenue any changes in the above information. I also realize that failure to provide timely
information required, allows the Department to utilize the best information available. If no such information is available,
the Department will take necessary action including disqualification, either partial or entire, and you will waive your
right to challenge the determination of the Department to your share of funds, if any, beyond your minimum entitlement,
according to the privilege of receiving shared revenues from the Revenue Sharing Trust Funds.
Do you believe that you have complied with ALL eligibility requirements as listed above?
                       @yes
If the answer to question above is (NO), please provide an attachment of the revenue necessary to meet your obligations
because of pledges or assignments or trusts entered into which obligated funds received from revenue sharing.


Signed:                              ~ * w r a ~ c r / .                     Date:       6 - 5- CJ 8
                                     Chief Fiscal M c i a l   0

Signed:                                                >
                            ~ a y b or Chairman of ~ Z r n i Body
                                    r                        n ~
                                                                             Date:      $-2-09.

                            Mail completed original appllcatlon to address shown below.
                                         Florida Department of Revenue
                                         Revenue Accounting Subprocess
                                                    PO Box 6609
                                            Tallahassee FL 32399-6609
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7.   THE ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION TO CHANGE THE SPEED

     LIMIT ON RED PADGETT ROAD, AS REQUESTED BY C-SSIONER        BETHEA:
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                                  RESOLUTION NO.



                WHEREAS, it has w m e to the attention o f the Board of County Commissioners
    of Taylor County, Florida, that the speed limit on the following described road needs to
    be set and
                WHEREAS, on the below listed road the speed limit shall be set as outlined
    below.
                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County
    Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida that
                I.            The speed limit on Red Padgett Road 6om the north end at the
                              intersection with US Highway 19 is set at 55 mph for 2.4miles. At
                              this point the speed limit will be 45 mph for 0.2 mile. Then the
                              speed limit will be set at 55 mph for 2.2 miles. At this point the
                              speed limit will be set at 45 mph for 0.2 mile. From this point to
                              the south intersection with US Highway 19, the speed limit will be
                              set at 55 mph.
                              Any resolution or posting of a different speed on said above
                              described road which is different 6om the above is hereby
                              repealed.
                PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular session t h i s b d day of
,       '   '                   . 2008.


                                               BY:

                A     ST:
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8.   THE APPROVAL OF A REQUEST FOR PUBLIC DISCLOSURE FOR W I E

     YOUNG, A COUNTY EMPLOYEE, IN ORDER FOR MS. YOUNG TO RECEIVE

     SHIP FUNDING ASSISTANCE, AS AGENDAED BY MELODY COX, GRANTS

     COORDINATOR.

MS. YOUNG EXECUTED   AND   FILED THE FOLLOWING MEMORANDUM OF VOTING

CONFLICT AS A COUNTY EMPLOYEE ONLY, PER THE DIRECTION OF THE COUNTY

ATTORNEY :
          :FORM86 MEMORANDUM OF VOTING CONFLICT FOR                                                                                                1




                                                    WHO MUST FILE FORM 8B

This form is for use by any person serving at the county,city, or other local level of government on an appointed or elected board, council,
commission, authority, or committee. It applies equally to memben of advisory and non-advisory bodies who are presented with a voting
conflict of interest under Section 112.3143. Florida Statutes.

Your responsibilitiesunder the law when faced with voting on measure in which you have a conflict of interest will vary greatly depending
on whether you hold an eledive or appointive position. For this reason, please pay dose attention to the instructions on this form before
completingthe reverse side and filing the form.




           INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLIANCE WITH SECTION 112.3143, FLORIDA STATUTES
A person holding e l d i v e or appoinhe county, munidpal, or other local public office MUST ABSTAIN from voting on a measure which
inures to his or her special private gain or loss. Each eleded or appointed local offrcar also is prohibited from knowingly voting on a mea-
sure which inures to the special gain or loss of a principal (other than a government agency) by whom he or she is retained (induding the
parent organizationor subsidiary of a corporate principal by which he or she is retained); to the special private gain or loss of a relatiwe; or
to the special private gain or loss of a business assodate. Commissioners of community redevelopment agencies under Sec. 163.356 or
163.357, F.S.. and officers of independent special tax districts elected on a one-acre, one-vote basis are not prohibited from voting in that
capacity.
For purposes of this law, a 'relative' includes only the officer's father, mother, son, daughter, husband, wife, brother, sister, father-in-law,
rnolherin-law, sonin-law, and daughterin-law. A 'business associate' means any person or entity engaged in or carrying on a business
enterprise with the officer as a padner, joint venturer, coovmer of property, or corporate shareholder (where the shares of the corporation

                  .
are not listed on any national or regional stock exchange).


ELECTED OFFICERS:
In addition to abstaining from voting in the situations described above, you must disdose the conflict:
      PRIOR TO THE VOTE BEING TAKEN by publicly stating to the assembly the nature of your interest in the measure on which you
      are abstaining from voting; end
      WlTHlN 15 DAYS AFTER THE VOTE OCCURS by completing and filing this form with the person responsible for recording the min-
      utes of the meeting, who should incorporate the form in the minutes.


APPOINTED OFFICERS:
Although you must abstain horn voting in the situations described above, you otherwise may participate in these matters. However, you
must disclose the nature of the conflict before making any attempt to influence the decision, whether orally or in writing and whether made
by you or at your direction.
IF YOU INTEND TO MAKE ANY ATTEMPT TO INFLUENCE THE DECISION PRIOR TO THE MEETING AT WHICH THE VOTE WILL BE
TAKEN
  You must complete and file this form (before making any attempt to influencethe decision) with the person responsible for recording the
  minutes of the meeting, who will incorporate the form in the minutes. (Continued on other side)
CE FORM 08 - EFF. lQ000                                                                                                               PAGE 1
APPOINTED OFFICERS (continued)
     A copy of lhe h mrmt be pmvlded immedletelyto the other members of the agency
                    e
     The form must be read publicly at the next meeting after the form Is filed.
IF YOU MAKE NO AlTEMPT TO INFLUENCETHE DECISION EXCEPT BY DISCUSSIONAT THE MEETING:
-    You must dMose orally the natured your wnfiicl In lhe measure before parlldpallng.
     You must amplete lhe form and file il withln 15 days after Ihe vote oca~rawlth the person reeponslble for recording the mlnutes of the
     rneetlng, who musl Incorporatethe form In the mlnutes. A copy of Ule form must be provided lmmedlatelyto the other members of the
     agency, and the form must be read publidy at the next meeting after lhe form Is filed.


                                       DISCLOSURE OF LOCAL OFFICER'S INTEREST

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(a) A measure came or wlll wme before my agency which (chedc one)
    - ~nured my spedal private gain or loes;
           to
    - tnured to the special gain or loss of my business asaodate.
    - mured to the spedal gain or loss of my relative.
    - ~nured the spedal gain or loss of
           to                                                                                                                            . by
          whom I am relalned: or
    -     nur red to the spedal gain or loss of                                                                                     ,whlch
          ISthe palsnl ofgmIraUonor subddiary of a prlndpel whkh has retained me.

(b) The measure before my egency and the nature of my aMlictlng Intemd In the measure la aa folknw

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NOTICE. UNDER PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTES $112.317, A FAILURE TO MAKE ANY REQUIRED DISCLOSURE
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS FOR AND MAY BE PUNISHED BY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING: IMPEACHMENT.
REMOVAL OR SUSPENSION FROM OFFICE OR EMPLOYMENT, DEMOTION, REDUCTION IN SALARY, REPRIMAND, OR A
CIVIL PENALTY NOT TO EXCEED $10,000.

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9.   TEE APPROVAL TO SUBMIT A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE FLORIDA

     DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (DEP) FOR THE FP 2008-

     2009 SMALL COUNTY CONSOLIDATED WASTE GRANT, AS AGENDAED BY THE

     GRANTS COORDINATOR.

 AIN
-TO            ON FILE WITH THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.

10. THE APPROVAL OF A BUDGET TRANSFER FROM THE GENERAL FUND RESERVE

     FOR CONTINGENCY, TO FUND THE T-1 CIRCUIT AND FIBER OPTIC CABLE

     PROJECT, AS AGENDAED BY BOBBY LEWIS, IS DIRECTOR.

NO BUDGET TRANSFER PRESENTED.

11. THE APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY DISPOSITION LIST, AS

     AGENDAED BY THE IS DIRECTOR:
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3 ton chain hoist                      $0.00          surplus
Cold Aerosol Fog Generator             $0.00          Surplus
Typewriter                             $0.00          Junked
Front end Loader                       $0.00          surplus
3-drawer file cabinet                  $0.00          surplus
2 drawer file cabinet                  $0.00          surplus
filmstrip projector                    $0.00          surplus
cassette recorder                       $0.00         surplus
5 draw 5x8 card file                   $0.00          surplus
ULV Spray Machine                      $0.00        Cannabal'ied
Flow Control Unit                      $0.00          Surplus
filmstrip projector                    $0.00          surplus
vise                                   $0.00          surplus
8mm projector                          $0.00          surplus
pick up truck                          $0.00          surplus
visual maker                           $0.00          surplus
pick up truck                          $0.00          surplus
mobile radio                           $0.00          Junked
16mm projector                         $0.00          surplus
Washing machine                        $0.00          Jlinked
dump truck                             $0.00          surplus
slide projector                        $0.00          surplus
backhoe tractor                        $0.00          surplus
projector                              $0.00          surplus
television                             $0.00          surplus
level gauges                           $0.00          surplus
Skid Steer Loader                      $0.00          Surplus
Telephone device for Deaf              $0.00          Surplus
Postal Scale                           $0.00          Junked
Loader                               $4,995.84        Surplus
ditch bucket                           $53.09         surplus
level                                  $66.67         surplus
transit                               $133.33         surplus
Generator                             $130.80         Surplus
Welder                                  $0.00         Surplus
digital notebook                        $0.00         slyplus
computer system                         $0.00         surplus
cd-tower                             ' $0.00          surplus
hub                                     $0.00         Surplus
3 corn hub                              $0.00         surplus
Hub                                     $0.00         surplus
deskpro en computer                     $0.00         surplus
deskpro en computer                     $0.00         surplus
custom enterprise e-4200 compluter      $0.00         surplus
computer tower                          $0.00         surplus
computer tower                          $0.00         surplus
a 7 0 0 17' montier                     80.00         surplus
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custom enterprise e-4200 computer         surplus
vx700 17' montier                         surplus
custom alr 7200 server                    surplus
apc backup power supply                   surplus
SCANNER                                   surplus
diesel fuel pump I meter                  surplus
diesel fuel pump I meter                  surplus
diesel fuel pump I meter                  surplus
diesel fuel pump I meter                  surplus
cd writer                                 surplus
digital camera                            surplus
comapq moniter                            surplus
scanner 1135 mm slide                     surplus
computer moniter                          surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
Privacy Filter                            Surplus
fuel transferpump                         surplus
transfer fuel pump                        surplus
transfer fuel pump                        surplus
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C-S        AND CONCERNS   RROM llDZ PUBLIC FOR NON-AGENLIAED I - :



NONE



PUBLIC REQVESTS :



AT TEE REQUEST OF DAWN TAYLOR, TOURISM DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, AND

UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PAGE, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TEE BOARD APPOINTED JERROD HUNT TO THE

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (TDC) BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

COMMISSIONER PARKER REQUESTED THAT THE TDC PRESENT AN INFORMATIONAL

UPDATE TO THE BOARD, AND TEE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR AGREED TO

FOLLOW-UJ? ON SAID REQUEST.



STAN RIDGEWAY, BIG BEND WATER AUTHORITY (BBWA), APPEARED TO

RECOMMEND THAT TEE COUNTY SUBMIT A REQUEST TO DEPARTMENT OF

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (DEP), FOR AN AMENDMENT TO THE TAYLOR

COUNTY LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATION AGREEMENT, CLARIFYING THE PROJECT

DESCRIPTION, ALLOWABLE REIMBURSABLE COSTS AND THAT PROFESSIONAL

SERVICES, INCLUDING LEGAL SERVICES NECESSARY TO COMPLETE TEE

PROJECT, BE ALLOWED FOR REIMBURSEMENT.

THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR SUBMITTED THE FOLLOWING CHANGES

TO THE REQUEST FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE BOARD:

        EFFECTIVE DATE, JULY 15, 2007

        CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE

        APPROPRIATIONS, HOWEVER BE INCLUDED IN TEE CBIRS

        REQUEST

TEIAT ALL PROPOSED CHANGES HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY DEP.

UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PAGE, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD APPROVED SUBMITTING THE

- E T
MN           REQUEST TO DEP, WITH THE CHANGES AS PRESENTED BY TEE
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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.



COC7NTY STAFF ITEMS:



UPON MOTION OF COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

PATTERSON, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, THE BOARD ACCEPTED THE BID

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION FOR THE PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT T-HANGAR

PROJECT, AND AWARDED SAME TO RUSSELL ENGINEERING, INC., IN ORDER TO

BEGIN NEGOTIATIONS FOR TEE CONTRACTOR, IN AN EE'EORT TO REDUCE

PROJECT COSTS.



UPON MOTION OF CObMISSIONER PATTERSON, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER

WIGGINS, AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE, TBE BOARD APPROVED SUBMITTAL OF A

GRANT APPLICATION TO THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA), FOR

FUNDING ASSISTANCE FOR THE PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT T-HANGAR TAXILANE

AND STORMWATER FACILITY DEVELOPMENT, AS REQUESTED BY TEE GRANTS

COORDINATOR.

DOCUMENTATION ON FILE WITH THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.




AS THE REQUEST OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, THE BOARD SET A

WORKSHOP ON THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2008, FROM 3:00 PM UNTIL 6:00 PM.



BOARD INFORMATIONAL ITEMS:



THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ADVISED THAT THE COUNTY HAS RECEIVED AN

INSURANCE CARRIER REIMBURSEMENT OF APPROXIMATELY $80,000 FOR

DAMAGED 911 EQUIPMENT.



MR. BROWN ADVISED THAT THE SMALL COUNTY COALITION WILL MEET IN

TALLABASSEE ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2008.
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MR. BROWN ADVISED THAT A REQUEST HAS BEEN MADE TO ADD THE

REQUIReMENT OF A PERFORMANCE BOND TO THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO

AMEND COUNTY ORDINANCE 2008-06 AND 2001-01, WITH REGARDS TO

BUSINESS TAXES FOR SOLICITORS, HOWEVER THE COUNTY ATTORNEY HAS

ADVISED THAT THE COUNTY CAN NOT REQUIRE SUCH BOND.



AFPER EXAMINATION OF THE   CURRENT BILLS BY THE BOARD, COINISSIONER

WIGGINS MOVED, WITH SECOND BY COMMISSIONER PATTERSON, AND

UNANIMOUSLY PASSED BY THE BOARD, THAT THE MONTHLY BILLS BE APPROVED

AS FOLLOWS:

      FUND                               WARRANT NOS.

GENERAL REVENUE FUND           035344   THROUGH   035419 INCLUSIVE

ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND          5009932   THROUGH 5009949 INCLUSIVE

AND   TBAT THE CEIAIRMAN AND THE CLERK BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE COUNTY

WARRANTS COVERING SAME.
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THE HOUR BEING APPROXIMATELY 6 : 3 0 PM, AND TfEERE BEING NO FURTHER

BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER PAGE MADE A MOTION, WITH SECOND BY

COMMISSIONER WIGGINS, TO ADJOURN.    THE MOTION TO ADJOURN PASSED BY

UNANfmlUS VOTE O F THE BOARD, SUBJECT TO CALL.




                               BOARD O F COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                               TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA




                                    CLAY BETHEA, CHAIRMAN



ATTEST :




GARY KNOWLES, D . C .

FOR ANNIE MAE MURPHY, CLERK
                            GREATER FLORIDA CHAPTER
                             May 6, 2008
FOUNDER
Jane Dewey Ellsworth
                             The Honorable Clay Bethea
 NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON       Chairman
 Suzanne Rogers              Taylor County Commission
                             Post Office Box 620
                             Perry, Florida 32348

                             Honorable Sir:

                             The Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. has designated June as
                             Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month. Our theme for 2008 is 'The Many Faces of
                             Myasthenia Gravis, Together we are Stronger." You will find enclosed a copy of a
                             poster being distributed throughout the country.

                             Myasthenia Gravis is a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disorder that affects
                             14 out of 100,000 persons. Though this disease is treatable, research continues
                             to seek a cure for this often debilitating and sometimes fatal disease. Symptoms
                             may include double vision, drooping eyelids, slurred speech, difficulty chewing and
                             swallowing, fluctuating weakness in the arms and/or legs and breathing difficulty.

                             The Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. is committed to finding a cure
                             for Myasthenia Gravis and closely related disorders, improving treatment options
                             and providing information and support to people with Myasthenia Gravis through
                             research, education, community programs and advocacy.             The vision of
                             Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. is 'a world with MG".

                             We ask that you please join other municipalities in issuing a proclamation for
                             Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month in Taylor County. Attached is a ample
                             proclamation for your consideration. We would be happy to appear at a signing
                             ceremony should one be held.

                             We look forward to hearing from you at your earliest opportunity. On behalf of
                             the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Ithank you for your attention to
                             this important matter.

                             I f you have any questions, please feel free tocontact me.
MG is an autoimmune         Very truly yours,
neuromuscular disorder.

Symptoms may include:            GREATER FLORIDA CHAPTER OF M E
 double vis~on
 drooping eyelids                PYASTHENIA GRAYS FOUNDATION OF             AMERICA, INC.
 slurred speech
          chew~ng
 d~fficulty       and swallowing
 weakness In arms and/or legs

Community Health            MTR: s
Charities Member Agency
MGFA code # 0537            Enclosures
                          Chapter Office: 14502 87 Avenue North      Seminole, FL 33776  Phone: (727) 596-1491
                                               Toll Free (877) 596-1491 Fax (727) 596-1491
                             E-mail: tronnlofQverizon.net Web Site: www.myasthenia.orglchaptersNVCFlorida/

                             National Office: (800) 54 1-5454   mgfa 8myasthenia.org   www.myasthenia.org
The many faces of

        Myasthenia Gravis...




                                                         Together we are stronger.



June is Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month!
Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune neuromuscular disease that can strike anyone at
any time.

Symptoms include: slurred speech, double vision, drooping eyelids, weakness in arms & legs
and difficulty breathing, chewing & swallowing.

For more information, contact the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America at 1-800-541-
5454, www.myasthenia.org, or your local chapter.

            Expand knowledge, encourage research and support patients and their families.




                1821 University Ave W, Ste S256
                St. Paul, MN 55104-2897
                               I



                       PROCLAMATION
                MYASTHENIA GRAVIS PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, Myasthenia Gravis (Greek and Latin words meaning "grave
muscle weakness") is a chronic, autoimmune, neuromuscular disease
which affects an estimated 14 out of every 100,000 individuals,
without regard to race, age, sex or econotr~ic
                                             background. It is
probable, however, that Myasthenia Gravis is under diagnosed or
misdiagnosed and the prevalence may be higher; and

WHEREAS, Myasthenia Gravis is characterized by a Fluctuating
weakness of the voluntary muscle groups with symptoms including
blurred and double vision, loss of balance, slurred speech, difficulty in
walking, swallowing, chewing and breathing. The weakness increases
with continued activity with the muscle distribution and degree of
weakness varying from myasthenic to myasthenic.

WHEREAS, There is no known cure for Myasthenia Gravis, but there
are effective treatments that allow many, but not all, people with
Myasthenia Gravis to lead full lives.

WHEREAS, there is much that can be done, and still much to
understand. Research plays an important role in finding new answers
and treatments for Myasthenia Gravis.

WHEREAS, the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. along
with its local chapters, seeks to assist those suffering with Myasthenia
Gravis and to increase awareness of this formerly fatal and crippling
disease.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE I T PROCLA:[MED by the Taylor County Board of
Commissioners, in a meeting assembled on the 1 7 ~ ~ of June, 2008,
                                                      day
that June 2008 is Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month, and all citizens
are encouraged t o join in an attempt to focus attention on the need for
education, treatment, research and ultimately a cure for this as yet
incurable disease.

                                     Signed this     day of June, 2008

                                     BY:
                                     CLAY BETHEA, Chairman
                                     Board of County Commissioners


   BY:
  Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk of Court
  Taylor County, Florida
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S U B I E C T ~ E :lU~pproval Mzdian C o k m i n i t ~&vic& r o uInc. Contract
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MEETING DATE REQUESTED:          I June 17,2008
Statement of Issue Per approval of the Board of Commissioners at the June 2,2008
      Board meeting, County Administrator, Jack Brown executed a contract with
      Meridian Community Services Group, Inc. to administer the SHIP housing
      assistance program for the county. The contract was to be returned to the Board
      for formal ratification.


          Action: Approval of contract.
~ecommended

Fiscal Impact: Meridian will receive 8 % of the grant award for services provided to the
        county. Page 1and 2 of the contract refer to the services the county will be
        provided through the contract. Additional services outside the Scope of Work of the
        contract have an hourly rate as indicated on Page 11of the contract.

Submitted By: Melody COX                                Contact: Melody COX


                              SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: Meridian has a successful record administering the SHIP
       program to several counties in the state including nearby Jefferson County. They
       have also been endorsed by the Florida Housing Coalition. In addition, Meridian
       has successfully obtained and administered CDBG grants, and HUD programs and
       grants and have the ability and resources to bring in new and additional money for
       local housing needs.

Options: Not approve contract.

Attachments: Meridian SHIP Program Administration Services Contract
                               TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
                 CONTRACT FOR STATE HOUSING INITIATIVE PARTNERSHIP
                      (SHIP) PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION SERVICES



    THIS CONTRACT is made and entered into this g a d a y of                             , 2008.
    by and between the Taylor County Commission (hereinafter the OWNER) and Meridian
    Community Services Group, Inc., (hereinafter MERIDIAN). This Contract shall become
    effective immediately, with Program Administration Services subject to the beginning date of
    the OWNER's Grant Award Agreement between the OWNER and the relevant funding
    agencies, if applicable.

    WHEREAS, the OWNER has solicited for competitive proposals, and selected MERIDIAN
    to perform Program Administration Services for the OWNER's SHlP project.

    NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements as
    contained herein to be kept by and between the parties, the OWNER and MERIDIAN agree
    as follows:

            A.      Covenant for Services
                                                                                             ,
    The OWNER does hereby contract with MERIDIAN to perform the services described
    herein and MERIDIAN does hereby agree to perform such services under the terms and
    conditions set forth in this Contract.

            B.      Availabilitv of Funds

    Payment of funds pursuant to this Contract is subject to and conditioned upon the release of
'   authorized appropriations from the relevant funding agencies, if applicable. MERIDIAN
    shall be paid in accordance with Section D of this Contract. The OWNER's Grant Award
    Agreement from the relevant funding agencies shall become part of this Contract.

            C.      Scope of Services

                    (1)       Intent of this Contract

    MERIDIAN agrees, under the terms and conditions of this Contract and the applicable
    federal, state and local laws and regulations, to undertake, perform, and complete the
    necessary Program Administration Services required to implement and complete the
    OWNER's SHlP project in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.


                    (2)       Scope of Services - Purchase Assistance Inspection Services


                          Develop Project Scope And Budget
                          BenefitsICost Analysis
                          Preliminary Schedule Of Events
                          Preliminary Activity Review
                                                                      '
                          Review And Update Required Local Policies
                          Comprehensive Plan Review
                          Advertise And Conduct Public Hearings
                          Conduct one Section 8 HQS Inspection per unit
                     Provide written inspection report
                     Purchase assistance training class
                     Conduct Advisory Committee Meetings as required
                     Review Leveraging OpportunitiesIOther Possible Source of Financing
                     Gather All Relevant Local Data And Support Documentation
                     Representation During Site Visits And Monitorings
                     Develop Project Information Management And Filing System
                     Develop Project Financial Management System For Receiving And
                     Disbursing Funds
                     Maintain Project Account Records
                     Develop Work Plans For Project Contract Document
                     Preparation Of Project Contract Document
                     Develop and Track Budget For Project Contract
                     Environmental Review
                     Oversight Of Project Schedule And Compliance
                     Coordination With Agencies And Contracts, As Necessary
                     Request Wage Decisions (if applicable)
                     Review Bid Documents And Contract Documents For Compliance
                     Conduct Pre-construction Conference
                     Oversight Of Citizen Complaint Process
                     Monitor Contractor and Construction Specialist Progress
                     Conduct Preliminary lnspections and Work Write-Ups
                     Conduct Construction Progress lnspections
                     Supervision Of Payment Authorizations
                     Develop And Process Amendments, As Needed
                     Review Change Orders And Amendments For Compliance, as Needed
                     Provide Regular Project Status Reports To Commission
                     Monitor All Project Activity To Ensure Compliance
                     Provide All Other Necessary Technical Assistance
                     Review Final Change Order, Pay Request, And Construction
                     Documents
                     Balance Final Project Budget
                     Prepare Documents For AdministrativeIFinancial Close Out


If the Grant Award Agreement between the OWNER and the funding agency is amended,
the scope of services for the project shall be amended to be consistent with that
Agreement.

       D.      Consideration and Method of Pavment for Services

               (1)      Amount of Consideration

For SHIP Program Administration Services, the OWNER will pay MERIDIAN the sum of 8%
of the grant award. The OWNER shall issue the fee amount to MERIDIAN over a period of
eighteen (18) months.

               (2)      Method of Payments

MERIDIAN will submit a monthly invoice, which will reflect tasks completed and amount
due. The invoice shall be submitted to the OWNER for the OWNER'S review and approval.
Payment will be issued within fourteen (14) days of approval of the invoice.
                  (3)      Additional Services

If additional services are requested or required, then the additional services shall be
established based on the hourly rates identified in Attachment C of this Contract. Additional
services shall include additional project management due to construction delays beyond the
construction contract period. The liquidated fee clause established in the construction
contract would be utilized to pay for the additional services caused by the construction
delays.

         E.       Subcontracts

                (1)     If MERIDIAN subcontracts any of the work required under this
Contract, MERIDIAN agrees to include in the subcontract that the subcontractor is bound by
the terms and conditions of this Contract with the OWNER.

                 (2)     MERIDIAN agrees to include in the subcontract that the
subcontractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the OWNER and MERIDIAN from and
against all claims of whatever nature by the subcontractor arising out of the subcontractor's
performance of work under this Contract.

         F.      Modification of Contract

All modifications or amendments to this Contract shall be in writing, executed with the same
formalities as this Contract, and addressed to the appropriate parties hereto and given
personally, by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, by facsimile, or by a
national recognized overnight courier service. All modifications or amendments shall be
effective upon the date of receipt and attached to the original of this Contract. The amount
of compensation to be paid to MERIDIAN will not be amended without mutual agreement of
the OWNER and MERIDIAN, formally executed in writing, subject to availability of funds.

        G.       Termination (Cause and/or Convenience)

                  (1)     This Contract may be terminated in whole or in part in writing by
either party in the event of substantial failure by the other party to fulfill its obligations under
this Contract through no fault of the terminatirlg party, provided that no termination may be
effected unless the other party is given (1) not less than ten (10) calendar days written
notice (delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested) of intent to terminate and (2) an
opportunity for consultation with the terminating party prior to termination.

                (2)      This Contract may be terminated in whole or in part in writing by the
OWNER for its convenience, provided that the other party is afforded the same notice and
consultation opportunity specified in G. (1) above.

                 (3)      If termination for default is effected by the OWNER, an equitable
adjustment in the price for this Contract shall be made, but (1) no amount shall be allowed
for anticipated profit on unperformed services or other work, and (2) any payment due to
MERIDIAN at the time of termination may be adjusted to cover any additional costs to the
OWNER because of MERIDIAN'Sdefault.

For any termination, the equitable adjustment shall provide for payment to MERlDlAN for
services rendered and expenses incurred prior to receipt of the notice of intent to terminate,
in addition to termination settlement costs reasonably incurred by MERIDIAN relating to
commitments (e.g., suppliers, subcontractors) which had become contracted prior to receipt
of the notice of intent to terminate.
                (4)     Upon receipt of a termination action under paragraphs (1) or (2)
above, MERIDIAN shall (1) promptly discontinue all affected work (unless the notice directs
otherwise) and (2) deliver or otherwise make available to the OWNER all data, drawings,
reports specifications, summaries and other such information, as may have been
accumulated by MERIDIAN in performing this Contract, whether completed or in process.

               (5)     Upon termination, the OWNER may take over the work and may
award another party a Contract to complete the work described in this Contract.

                  (6)     If, after termination for failure of MERIDIAN to fulfill contractual
obligations, it is determined that MERIDIAN had not failed to fulfill contractual obligations,
the termination shall be deemed to have been for the convenience of the OWNER. In such
event, adjustment of the contract price shall be made as provided in paragraph (3) above.

        H.      Remedies

Unless otherwise provided in this Contract, all other matters in question between the
OWNER and MERIDIAN, arising out of or relating to this Contract, or the breach of it, will be
decided by a Florida court of competent jurisdiction. The venue for any legal action or other
proceedings, which might arise from'this Contract, shall be Taylor County, Florida.

        I.      Liability

                (1)        MERIDIAN shall be responsible for all damages to persons or
property that occur as a result of MERIDIAN'S fault or negligence in connection with work
performed under the provisions of this Contract, and MERIDIAN shall be financially and
otherwise responsible for the proper care and protection of all such work performed until
completion thereof and final acceptance by the OWNER. MERIDIAN maintains $1,000,000
of Professional Liability Insurance, $2,000,000 of General Liability Insurance, $1,000,000 of
Automobile Liability lnsurance and $100,000 per accident of Workers Compensation and
Employers' Liability lnsurance through Sun Coast lnsurance and will do so throughout the
course of the project. Documentation regarding insurance will be made available upon
request.

                (2)   MERIDIAN shall indemnify and save harmless the OWNER, its
agents, and employees from liability for any injury or damages to persons or property
resulting from MERIDIAN'S prosecution of work pursuant to the provisions of this Contract.

        J.      Enerav Efficiency

MERIDIAN shall comply with mandatory standards and polic,ies relating to energy efficiency
which are contained in the state energy conservation plan issued in compliance with the
Energy Policy and Conservation Act (Public Law 94-163).

        K.      Proiect Representatives

The OWNER'S Project Manager for this Contract is: ~        O     O     ~   h h \\&f.
                                                                            G
MERIDIAN'S Project Grants Manager responsible for the planning and application services
of this Contract is Lisa A. Blair, PresidentICEO, Meridian Community Services Group, Inc.,
P.O. Box 13408, Tallahassee, FL 32317. In the event that different representatives are
designated by either party after execution of this Contract, notice of the name and address
of the new representative will be rendered in writing to the party and said notification
attached to the original of this Contract.
L.      Terms and Conditions

This Contract contains all the terms and conditions agreed upon by the parties.



MERIDIAN certifies that it is eligible to receive state and federally funded contracts.
MERIDIAN also certifies that no party, which is ineligible for such work, will be
subcontracted to perform services under this Contract.

        N.      Conflict of interest

 No member of or Delegate to the Congress of the United States, or Resident
Commissioner, and no elected state official or state employee shall share in any proceeds
of this Contract, or in any benefit to arise from it. No officer or employee of the local
jurisdiction or its designers or agents, no member of the governing body, and no other
official of the locality who exercises any function or responsibility with respect to this
Contract, during hislher tenure or for one year thereafter, shall have any interest, direct or
indirect, in any contract or subcontract, or the proceeds thereof, for work to be performed.
Further, MERIDIAN shall cause to be incorporated in all subcontracts the language set forth
in this paragraph prohibiting conflict of interest.

        0.      Federal Statutory Requirements

When applicable, MERIDIAN and the OWNER shall comply with the provisions contained in
Attachment A and incorporated herein.

        P.      Attachments

This Contract is subject to the provisions of the following Attachments, which are attached
to and made a part of this Contract:

                (1)     Attachment A, "Federal Provisionsn,consisting of three (3) pages.

                (2)     Attachment B, "Section 3 and Affirmative Action Plan", consisting of
                        one (1) page.

                (3)     Attachment C, "Fee Schedulen, consisting of one (1) page.

                (4)     Attachment D, "Sworn Statement on Public Entity Crimesn,
                        consisting of two (2) pages.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Contract the day and year first
written above.


MERIDIAN COMP(1UNITY SERVICES GROUP, INC.



By:         $&
Name and Title: Lisa A. Blair, PresidentlCEO



Attest: .          I   w




TAYLOR COUNTY
                                      ATTACHMENT A

                                  FEDERAL PROVISIONS


1.      Equal Employment Opportunity

        During the performance of this Contract, MERIDIAN agrees as follows:

         a.       MERIDIAN will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for
employment because of age, race, sex, national origin, ethnic background, and handicap
status. MERIDIAN will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and
that employees are treated fairly during employment, without regard to their race, creed,
sex, color or national origin. Such action shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
Employment, upgrading, demotion, transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or
termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training,
including apprenticeship. MERIDIAN agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to
employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided by the OWNER setting
forth the provisions of this non-discrimination clause.

       b.       MERIDIAN will, in all solicitation or advertisements for employees placed by
or on behalf of MERIDIAN, state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to age, race, sex, national origin, ethnic background, and
handicap status.

        c.       MERIDIAN will cause the foregoing provisions to be inserted in all
subcontracts for any work covered by this Contract so that such provisions will be binding
upon each subcontractor, provided that the foregoing provisions shall not apply to contracts
or subcontracts for standard commercial supplies or raw materials.

       d.      MERIDIAN will comply with all provisions of Executive Order 11246 of
September 24, 1965, as amended by Executive Order 11375 of October 13, 1967 and as
supplemented in Department of Labor regulations (41 CFR Chapter 60).

        e.        MERIDIAN will furnish all information and reports required by Executive
Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and by the rules, regulations, and orders of the
Secretary of Labor, or pursuant thereto, and will permit access to his books, records and
accounts by the OWNER and the Florida or United States Secretary of Labor for purposes
of investigation to ascertain compliance with such rules, regulations and orders.

         f.       In the event of MERIDIAN'S non-compliance with the equal opportunity
clauses of this Contract or with any of such rules, regulations or orders, this Contract may
be cancelled, terminated or suspended in whole or in part and MERIDIAN may be declared
ineligible for further government contracts in accordance with procedures authorized in
Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and such other sanctions may be imposed
and remedies invoked as provided in Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, or by
rule, regulation, or order of the Secretary of Labor, or as otherwise provided by law.

        9       MERIDIAN will include the provisions of paragraphs (a) through (g) in
every subcontract or purchase order unless exempted by rules, regulations or orders of the
Secretary of Labor issued pursuant to Section 204 of Executive order 11246 of September
24, 1965, so that such provisions will be binding upon each subcontractor or vendor.
MERIDIAN will take such action with respect to any subcontract or purchase order as the
local governing authority(s) representative may direct as a means of enforcing such
provisions including sanction for non-compliance: Provided, however, that in the event
MERIDIAN becomes involved in, or is threatened with, litigation with a subcontractor or
vendor as a result of such direction by the OWNER, MERIDIAN may request the United
States to enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the United States.

2.       Civil Rights Act of 1964

        Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, no person shall, on the grounds of
race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or
be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial
assistance.

3.       Section 109 of the Housing and Communitv Development Act of 1974

         No person in the United States shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin,
or sex be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to
discrimination under any program or activity funded in whole or in part with funds made
available under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act.

4.      "Section 3" Compliance in the Provision of Traininq. Emplovment, and
        Business O~portunities

         a.      The work to be performed under this Contract is assisted by direct federal
assistance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is subject to
the requirements of Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 (24 CFR
Part 135), as amended, 12 U.S.C. 170. Section 3 requires that, to the greatest extent
feasible, opportunities for training and employment be given to lower income residents of
the project area and contracts for work in connection with the project be awarded to
business concerns which are located in, or owned in substantial part by persons residing in
the area of the project.

        b.      The parties to this Contract will comply with the provisions of said Section 3
and regulations issued pursuant thereto by the Secretary of Housing and Urban
Development set forth in 24 CFR 135, and all applicable rules and orders of the Department
issued thereunder prior to the execution of this Contract. The parties to this Contract certify
and agree that they are under no contractual or other disability, which would prevent them
from complying with these requirements.

        c.       MERIDIAN will send to each labor organization or representative of workers
with which he has a collective bargaining agreement or other contract or understanding, if
any, a notice advising the said labor organization or worker's representative of his
commitments under this Section 3 clause and shall post copies of the notice in conspicuous
places available to employees and applicants-for employment or training.

         d.      MERIDIAN will include this Section 3 clause in every subcontract for work
in connection with the project and will, at the direction of the applicant for or recipient of
federal financial assistance, take appropriate action pursuant to the subcontract upon a
finding that the subcontractor is in violation of regulations issued by the Secretary of
Housing and Urban Development, CFR Part 135. MERIDIAN will not subcontract with any
subcontractor where it has notice or knowledge that the latter has been found in violation of
regulations under CFR Part 135 and will not let any subcontract unless the subcontractor
has first provided it with a preliminary statement of ability to comply with the requirements of
these regulations.

        e.      Compliance with the provisions of Section 3, the regulations set forth in 24
CFR Part 135, and all applicable rules and orders of the Department issued hereunder prior
to the execution of this Contract, shall be a condition of the federal financial assistance
provided to the project, binding upon the applicant or recipient for such assistance, its
successors and assigns. Failure to fulfill these requirements shall subject the applicant or
recipient, its contractors and subcontractors, its successors and assigns to those sanctions
specified by the grant or loan agreement or contract through which federal assistance is
provided, and to such sanctions as are specified by 24 CFR Part 135.

5.      Access and Retention to Records

The OWNER, all relevant funding agencies, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development, the Comptroller General of the United States, and any of their duly authorized.
representatives, shall have access to any books, documents, papers, and records of
MERIDIAN which are directly pertinent to this Contract for the purpose of making audit,
examination, excerpts, and transcriptions. MERIDIAN shall retain all records relating to this
Contract for five (5) years after the OWNER makes final payment and all other pending
matters are closed.
                                    ATTACHMENT B

                     SECTION 3 AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN


1.     MERIDIAN will solicit and evaluate applications for employment in a manner that is
non-discriminatory based upon age, race, sex, national origin, ethnic background, and
handicap status.

2.     When training and/or employment opportunity arises in connection with this project,
MERIDIAN will, to the greatest extent feasible, provide maximum opportunity to lower
income residents of the project. Employment opportunity will be locally advertised in a
manner that will ensure that potentially eligible applicants are 1) made aware of the
opportunity, and 2) provided a convenient way to apply for employment.

3.        During this project, MERIDIAN will seek to purchase necessary goods and/or
services from businesses that are located in, or owned by persons residing in the
jurisdiction.

4.     MERIDIAN will utilize the HUD and Florida lists of minority businesses in filling
subcontracting and/or purchasing needs.

5.      MERIDIAN will include applicable equal opportunity provisions in subcontracts
issued in connection with this project.

6.     MERIDIAN shall publicize and post this policy in a conspicuous place available to
employees and applicants for employment and training.

7.     MERIDIAN is under no contractual or other disability, which would prevent
compliance with this policy.
                                         ATTACHMENT C

                                          FEE SCHEDULE




Where grant funds cannot be used or for additional services the following schedule will be
utilized:


Description                                                                     -
                                                                                Fee*

Director of Grant Services                                               $150.00 per hour

Project Grants Manager                                                   $100.00 per hour

Chief Financial Officer                                                  $ 1 15.00 per hour

Operations Director                                                      $115.00 per hour

Director of Engineering Services                                         $150.00 per hour

Professional Engineer of Record                                          $150.00 per hour

Director of Project Development                                          $150.00 per hour

Production Manager                                                       $ 75.00 per hour

Project Engineer                                                         $125.00 per hour

Construction Specialist                                                  $ 90.00 per hour

CADD Technician                                                          $ 90.00 per hour

Planner                                                                  $150.00 per hour

Administrative Assistant                                                 $ 48.00 per hour

Data Processing                                                          $ 26.00 per hour



*Please note that all fees include overhead, profit, travel, office supplies, benefits, etc.
                                            ATTACHMENT D

                                  SWORN STATEMENT UNDER
                              SECTION 287.133(3)(a), Florida Statutes,
                                   ON PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES

THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED AND SWORN TO IN THE PRESENCE OF A NOTARY PUBLIC
OR OTHER OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED TO ADMINISTER OATHS.


 .
1 This sworn statement is submitted to the Tavlor Countv by Lisa A. Blair, PresidenffCEO for
MERIDIAN Communitv Services Group. Inc., whose business address is Post Office Box 13408,

Tallahassee. Florida 32317, and its Federal Employer Identification No. (FEIN) is 20-0021782.

2.       I understand that a "public entity crime" as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1)(g), Florida
Statutes, means a violation of any state or federal law by a person with respect to and directly
related to the transaction of business with any public entity or with an agency or political subdivision
of any other state or of the United States, including, but not limited to, any bid or contract for goods
or services to be provided to any public entity or an agency or political subdivision of any other state
or of the United States and involving antitrust, fraud, theft, bribery, collusion, racketeering,
conspiracy, or material misrepresentation.

3.        I understand that "convicted" or "conviction" as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1 )(b), Florida
Statues, means a finding of guilt or a conviction of a public entity crime, with or without an
adjudication of guilt, in any federal or state trial court of record relating to charges brought by
indictment or information after July 1, 1989, as a result of jury verdict, nonjury trial, or entry of a plea
of guilty or nolo contendere.

4.     I understand that an "affiliate" as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1)(a), Florida Statues,
means:

        1. A predecessor or successor of a person convicted of a public entity crime; or
        2. An entity under the control of any natural person who is active in the management of
           the entity and who has been convicted of a public entity crime. The term "affiliate"
           includes those officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees,
           members, and agents who are active in the management of an affiliate. The ownership
           by one person of shares constituting a controlling interest in another person, or a
           pooling of equipment or income among persons when not for fair market value under an
           arm's length agreement, shall be a prima facie case that one person controls another
           person. A person who knowingly enters into a joint venture with a person who has been
           convicted of a public entity crime in Florida during the preceding 36 months shall be
           considered an affiliate.

5.       I understand that a "person" as defined in Paragraph 287.133(1)(e), Florida Statutes,
means any natural person or entity organized under the laws of any state or of the United States
with the legal power to enter into a binding contract and which bids or applies to bid on contracts for
the provision of goods or services let by a public entity, or which otherwise transacts or applies to
transact business with a public entity. The term "person" includes those officers, directors,
executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, and agents who are active in
management of an entity.
6.        Based on information and belief, the statement, which I have marked below, is true in
relation to the entity submitting this sworn statement. (Please indicate which statement applies.)

   X             Neither the entity submitting this sworn statement, nor any
                 officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, or
                 agents who are active in management of the entity, nor any affiliate of the entity has
                 been charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1,
                 1989.

                 The entity submitting this sworn statement, or one or more of its
                 officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, or
                 agents who are active in management of the entity, or an affiliate of the entity has
                 been charged with and convicted of a public entity crime subsequent to July 1,
                 1989.

                 The entity submitting this sworn statement, or one or more of its
                 officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, employees, members, or
                 agents who are active in the management of the entity, or an affiliate of the entity
                 has been charged with and convicted of a public,entity crime subsequent to July 1,
                 1989. However, there has been a subsequent proceeding before a Hearing Officer
                 of the State of Florida, Division of Administrative Hearings and the Final Order
                 entered by the Hearing Officer determined that it was not in the public interest to
                 place the entity submitting this sworn statement on the convicted vendor list.
                 (Attach copy of the final order.)

I UNDERSTAND THAT THE SUBMISSION OF THlS FORM TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER
FOR THE PUBLIC ENTITY IDENTIFIED IN PARAGRAPH ONE (1) ABOVE IS FOR THAT PUBLIC
ENTITY ONLY AND, THAT THlS FORM IS VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31 OF THE
CALENDAR YEAR IN WHICH IT IS FILED. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT I AM REQUIRED TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC ENTITY PRIOR TO ENTERING INTO A CONTRACT IN EXCESS OF THE
THRESHOLD AMOUNT                                                FOR CATEGORY
TWO OF ANY CHANGE




Sworn to and subscribed before me this     \b "  day of   hl\dJ           ,2008.

Personally known           X


or Produced Identification                                 Notary Public - State of Florida


                                                           My commission expires 10/04/2011
(Type of Identification)



                                                          (printed, typed or stamped
                                                          commissioned name of notary public)
P.O. DRAWER 1907, PERRY, FL 32348
                          FA                                                                       850-584-7161



         May 30,2008


         Taylor County Board of County Commissioners
         C/O Annie Mae Murphy
         Clerk of Circuit Court
         P.O. Box 620
         Perry, FL 32348


         Dear Ms. Murphy,

         On behalf of the City of Perry's Community Redevelopment Agency, I am respectfblly
         requesting fbnds in the amount of $27.282.36. The enclosed information details how this
                                            1
         amount was determined.

         Please call me if you have any questions.


         Sincerely,



        Penny B. Staffney
        Director of Finance

         Enclosure




                                   TREE CAPITAL OF THE SUNSHINE STATE
Community Redevelopment Agency
Redevelopment Trust Fund
May 29,2008



Difference Between 2008 and 1993 Property Values:              $5,426,594




Taylor County Operating !Millage

Per statute minus 5 percent                              -5%   :($I,962.23,)
Amount Due from Taylor Coun'ty                  ------         $37,282.36
 f



City of Perry Operating Millage

Per statute 'minus 5 percent
Amount Due from City of Perry



Amount to be deposited into the
Redevelopment Trust Fund
     TAYLOR COUNTY TAX ROLL DATA FOR REDEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND                                                                  DIFFERENCE


        ZOO8 TAX YEAR                                       TAXABLE
                                                                       EEl           NET      TAXABLE
                                                                                                        FEEi          NET
                                                                                                                                BETWEEN
                                                                                                                               Z o 7 8 1993
                                                           VALUEOF     HOMESTEPD   VALUEOF   VALUEOF    HOMESTEPD   VALUEOF    PROPERPl
      PARCEL NUMBER                       NAME 8 ADDRESS   PROPERM EXEMPTION       PROERTY   PROPEKPl EXEMPTION     PROPERTT     VALUES

     24-04-0743438050     WYNN NKkS J 6 PATRICLA D             343
                                                              3.0
                          719 W WILCOXST
                          PERRY

     2444-07-03438055     BYRUM WHITFIELD
                          1313 S ROBlN ST
                          PERRY

     24-04-0703438060     LOUGHRIDGE NADINE0
                          518 N JEFFERSON ST
                          PERRY

     2444-07-03443000     HKiGS EUNICE P
                          5325LONGWM3DDR
                          MEMPHIS. TN 381%

     24-04-0703444000     BEEBE WILLIAM CHARLES
                          516 N QUlNCY ST
                          PERRY

     2404070345(XXW)      BOWDEN JOHN W 6 PATRmA M            66.814      25.000
                          PO BOX 385
                          PERRY

     2444-0703451-000     W B W S 6 OMDAH L
                          514 N CALHOUN
                          PERRY




     ~444-07mmxn          HARRIS DEWITT F s VALERIE A
                          411 N QUlNCY ST
                          PERRY

     2444-07-03466-000    KETRINGWARD & EMILY
                          PO BOX 1U16
                          PERRY
(>
     24-0407-03467-000    -TON     MICHAEL D
                          216 W LEON ST
                          PERRY

     24-04-07-03468-000   RUTLEDGE BRUCE
                          416 N CALHOUN ST
                          PERRY

     24-04-07-03469000    MOIA JAIME H 6 NELLY V
                          215 W LEON ST
                          PERRY

     24-04-0743470-000    STANALANDTOMMIE J & MARY JO
                          2572 WILLIAMSON M E
                          PERRY

     24-040703471-000     BURRUSS CHARLES L S FRANCES
                          216 W BAY ST
                          PERRY

     2444-0703472-000      JAMESCHRISTOPHER
                           303 N WINCY ST
                          'PERRY

     24-04-0743473000     MOORE G CLINE
                          214 N CALliOUN ST
                          PERRY

     24040703475-500      MEISSNER REW
                          216 N CLAHOUN ST
                          PERRY

     2444-0743476-003     FIRST STATES INVESTORS3300 U C
                          1725 THE FAIRWAY
                          JENKJNTOWN. PA 19046
                                                                                                                                         DIFFERENCE


    2008 TAX YEAR                                             TAUIBLE
                                                                           PEl           MT       TAXABLE
                                                                                                            - 1
                                                                                                                                NET
                                                                                                                                          BEMlW
                                                                                                                                         m 7 8 1993
                                                               VALUEOF     HOMESTEAD VALUEOF      VALUEOF         HOMESTEA0   VALUE OF   PROPERTY
  PARCEL NUMBER                              UPME 8m E S S    fV?OPERTY    MEAIPTKm    PROPERTY   PROPERTY        EXEMPnON    PROPERTY    VALUES



24-04-0743477000            .BKx;s A W W P 6 W u W T
                            301 NORGANGEST
                            MADISON. FL 323W

2 ~ 7 - ~ 7 8 0 0 SEGGS ASHLEY P 6 WLW
                   0                                    T         25.170      25.000
                  301 N ORGANGE ST
                  MADISON, n 52340




24-0447-03480000            BEGGS ASHLEY P 8 WILLIAM T
                            301 N O R W G E ST
                            MADISON. FL 32340

24-04-07-03481       -000   BEG-    ASHLEY p a m L L w T
                            301 N ORGANGE ST
                            MADISON. n  rn
24444703482000                     a
                            GE~RGW FLORIDA RAILNET INC
                            235OAlRWRT FREEWAY
                            BEDFORD.TX 76U22

 40 - 70 4 40 0
2 - 40 - 3 8 - 0            LYLE GERALD R
                            415 N CALHOUNS l
                            PERRY

24-0607-03485MO             LYLE GERALD 8 SARA
                            415 N CALHOUN ST
                            PERRY

240407-iBB6COO              OSTEEN JOYCEA8 ROAk(A&MICHAEL S
                            3W W LEON ST
                            PERRY

24-04-07-7-000              ROWELL LAWRENCE
                            PO BOX1
                            SHADY GROM

24-04-07-03487-100          HARRIS. DEWITT
                            PO8 996
                            MONTlCELLO

24-04-07-03488000           BETHEA. COURTNEl
                            316 W BAY ST
                            PERRY

24-04-07-0351       1000    GULF TELEPHONECO
                            POBOX11ZO
                            PERRY

24-04-07-03512-000          PEACOCK MARINA B
                            414 E MAIN ST
                            PERRY

24-04-07-03513000           NICHOLS. LAWRENCE
                                 M
                            236 , 470TH A M
                            STEINHATCHEE

24-04-07-03514000           GIWENS LOYD J a LAURA
                            314 WMAINST
                            PERRY

24-0407-035164QCl           PALA10 JACK M 8 PATRICIAJ
                            315WMAINST
                            PERRY

24-04-0703517000            MOORE GRADY JR     ANN G
                            POBOX179
                            PERRY

244447-0351         8000    ALABAMA W T E M S 6 SERVKXS CO
                                   l
                            PO BOX 9
                            KNOXVILLE. TN 37901
                                                                                                                         DIFFERENCE
                                                                                                                          BENVEEN
2008 TAX YEAR                                           TAXABLE                 NET      TAXABLE                 NET     2007 8 1993
                                                        VALUEOF   HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF    VALUEOF   HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF   PROPERTY
PARCEL NUMBER                     NAME ADDRESS          PROPERlY U E M m      PROPERTY   PROPERM   E x E M m   PROPERM    VALUES



                 GUNTER FREDERICK 6 UNDA
                 8575 BEACH RD
                 PERRY

                 PARKER GREGORY S 6 PAMELA R
                 FOBOX509
                 PERRY

                WOSS BUILDINGCENTER INC
                P O BOX780
                PERRY

                GUNTER EUSTlS T 6 CAROL R
                %WELDON POPF'EU RD
                PERRY

                MCKINNM ~tc-wa MELVIN 6 SCHHYDER wnlp
                                 6
                121 S JEFFERSONST
                PERRY

                KELLY BARRY P 8 PAMELA J
                m BOX 5n
                .MONTICELLO. FL

                HOLTON STACY V 8 TONYA B
                1El S JEFFERSON ST
                PERRY

                 PERRY NEWPAPERSINC
                'POBOX8BB
                :PERRY

                CAPITAL ClrY BANK
                PERRY &FICE
                PO BOX so0
                TALLAHKCSEE. FL 323Z2

                HATTONJOHN R 8 VK:KI T
                U 0 7 FOLEY CUT-OFF RD
                PERRY

                KENT. ANGELA
                FOB 941
                PERRY

                STEFANOVK: SLAMUlEB
                6624 WOODY COURT
                LEESBURG. FL %748

                KELLY BARRY P 8 PAMELA J 6
                PACE JOHN 8 NELDA P
                PO BOX 522
                MONTICELLO. FL 32344

                SWANN EARL
                105 1R N JEFFERSON ST
                PERRY

                GRANTHAM VlRGlNlA
                3147 sErnffi SUN TRAJL
                TALLHASSEE. FL J23D3

                TEDDER LENA C 6 ALVA W
                1900 PENNY LANE
                PERRY

                w w m s ANDREA
                3517 MAHOGANY WAY
                CORAL SPRINGS. FL .JJ065

                 GLOVER DANNY FRANK
                IRT 5 BOX 620
                'PERRY

                TOY C G E O R O m E 6 STANLEY,R
                1555 N CARBONDALE DR
                JACKSONYILLE.FL 32208

                JOHNSON JEANETE S
                P 0 BOX 456
                PERRY
    2008 TAX YEAR                                               TAWIBLE
                                                                           .m         NET      TAUBE
                                                                                                       : p Z q
                                                                                                                      NR
                                                                                                                                   DIFFERENCE
                                                                                                                                    BETWEEN
                                                                                                                                   2007 & 1993
                                                                VALUEOF    HOMESIWU) VALUEOF   VALUEOF  HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF        PROPERTY
   PARCEL NUMBER                               W   E 8m E S S   PROPERTY   MEldmfON PROPERM    PROPERTY EXEMPTlON   PROPERTY        VALUES
  --
 --
                                                                                                                               I
 24-044743573-100            LUNDY   DOYLE E
                             ( W Y )
                             RT 5 BOX 374
                             PERRY

 24040743575000              BRYSON DEBBIE F
                             124 S JEFFERSON S l
                             PERRY

 24040743576-000            SANDERSANDREA
                            3517 MAHOGANYWAY
                            CORAL SPRINGS. FL 33065

240407-03585000             WLF TEEFWONE CoUPANY
                            POWXI120
                            PERRY

240407435874WXl             WELCH J E A N m E S
                            130 S JEFFERSON ST
                            PERRY

24-0407-03590-000            RAGANS HOVr L TRUSTEE
                            sRT 1 BOX MY
                            MAD1SON:FL 32340

244344743743000             OGRADY RUTH F
                            POBOX53
                            $PERRY

2444-0743744000             RAMS€YdlMMY F SR & JEAN U
                            803 PUCKFIT RD
                            PERRY

24040743745000              ULLlOlT lAURIE ANN & HUGHI
                            508 N WASHINGTON ST
                            PERRY

2404J3743746-000            UMLLIAMS KENNETH E SR
                            513 N ORANGE ST
                            PERRY

24J34-07-037474kKl          HAISTEN. DIANE
                            513 N CENTER ST
                            PERRY

24-044743748000             TAYLOR VlCKlE R
                            1407 W MAIN ST
                            PmRY

2444-07-03744000            WARREN PATRICIA
                            70 AGNER ACRES RD
                            PERRY

2404477-03814-DW            BROWN. GLMIS
                            7595 AIRPORT DR
                            PERRY

2 4 0 4 4 7 4 3 8 1 4 100   NORTH STATE TITLE SERVICES INC
                            20% CRAWFORDVlLLE H W f
                            CRAWFORDVlLLE FL 32327

24040703815000              SWWN EARL
                            105 1R N JEFFERSON ST
                            PERRY

240407-0381tXKKl            H0M:ES. ANN
                            1 s EZELL1BEACH RD
                            PERRY

24-WCl7-03817:@30            SWANN EARL
                             105 1R N JEFFERSON ST
                            IPERRY

24W77-03818000              GLICKMAN HERBERT 9
                            POBOX485
                            PERRY
                                                                                                                            DIFFERENCE
                                                                                                                            BETWEEN
   2008 TAX YEAR                                       TAXABLE                    NET     TAXABLE                   NET     Z 0 7 8 1993
                                                       VALUEOF    HOMESTEAD     VALUEOF   VALUEOF    HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF    PROPERTY
 PARCEL NUMBER                        NAME 6 ADDRESS   PROPERTY E E M r m O N   PROPERM   PROPERTY   EEMPTION    PROPERTY    VALUES

                     BIG BEND RENTALS INC
                     P 0 BOX P 5
                     PERRY

                     ANDREWS S H 6 URGlE
                     RTSBOX608
                     PERRY

                     SWANN EARL
                     235 E WASHINGTONST
                     MONTICELW. FL 3'2344

                     HERBST ROBERT P SR
                     101 N JEFFERSON ST
                     PERRY

                     ANDRE'S S HUBERT 6 U R G E
                     RTSBOX608
                     PERRY

                     , B E BEND RENTALS
                     I 1 5 PlNE TREE RD
                     PERRY

                     ROWELL LAWRENCE DALE
                     PO DRAWER 1
                     SHADY GROM. F l 52357

                     BIG BEND RENTALS
                     115 PlNE TREE RD
                     PERRY

                     HALE KENNETH J
                     H O W GREEN ST
                     PERRY

                     GUNTER JOHN W 6 MAGGIE F
                     RT3BOX86
                     PERRY

                     ARROWOOD DANNY 6 USA
                     2170 FRNAUS FAR LANE
                     PERRY

                     AAROWOOD DANNY 6 USA
                     2170 FRANKS FAIR LANE
                     PERRY




24-04-07-03831-000   WANN. EARL
                     105 1R N JEFFERSON ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03832-000   GLINN SANDRA L SCALES
                     6300 CHAMPMAN FIELD DR
                     MIAMI. FL 33156

24-04-0703837MX)     LEOHNEE. JON
                     218 N ORANGE ST
                     PERRY

24-04-0743839-000    WOODS ROY D
                     304 E MAIN ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03841JXlO   WANN EARL
                     105 1R N JEFFERSONST
                     PERRY
                                                                                                                         DIFFERENCE
                                                                                                                          BElWEEN
  2008 TAX YEAR                                         TAXABLE                 NET     TAXABLE                 NET      2007 8 1993
                                                        VALUEOF   HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF   VALUEOF   HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF    PROPERTY
 PARCEL NUMBER                      NAME 8 ADDRESS      PROPERPl EXEMPTWN PROPERTY      PROPEKPl O(EIIFtl0N   PROPERP(    VALUES

240407a3&tIM)l     sWAHNEAFlL
                        1
                   105 1 2 N JEFFERSON ST
                   PERRY

                   SWANN EARL
                   i m inN JEFFERSON ST
                   PERRY

                  NELSEN LEE S 8 RE-          V
                  305 N ORANGE ST
                   PERRY

                  R W N R O W JOSEPH
                  339 SPRING PARK R D M
                  J c s N nE n 32207
                   Axo v l

                  SMITH KENNETH B & ELIZABETHJ
                  STATE ROAD 59
                  LLOYlJ.FL 32337

                  FAIRCLOTH FELIX L SR
                  P 0 BOX 35
                  CHATTAHOOCHEE. FL 32324

                  SMITH KENNETH q
                  PO BOX 321
                  LLOYD. FL jzm

                  WlLSON BRENDA BUTLER
                   105 PINECREST Dl?
                  .PERRY

                  WILSON BRENDA B
                  105 PINECREST DR
                  PERRY

                  FLETCHER JOYCE J (L JAMES L
                  .W 105
                    BOX
                  PERRY

                  FLETCHER JOYCE J 8 JAMES L
                  PO BOX 105
                  PERRY

                  WELLS JOHN M 8 ERNESTINE TRUST
                  6300 WALKABOUT LANE
                  TL
                   A-
                    ,          n u3os
                  BLUEWlLLlAMW PA
                  115W BAYST
                  PERRY

                  SMITH KENNETH B 8 E L l D B l 3 H J
                  P O BOX321
                  LLOYD. FL 32337

                  SANDERS ANDRE4
                  3517 MAHOGANY WAY
                  CORAL SPRINGS. FL 33065

                  RDH PROPERTIESlNC
                  955 25TH ST
                  WEST PALM BE4CH. FL 33407

                  JAMES. CHRlSrOPHER
                  JOJ N QUlNCY ST
                  PERRY

                  MORGbNARTHUR L 8 MARTHA
                  313 N'JEFFERSON ST
                  PERRY

                  MORGbNARTHUR L (L MARTHA
                  313 N JEFFERSON ST
                  PERRY

                  DALTON EMMA L
                  304 N QUINCY ST
                  IPERRY
                                                                                                                     DIFFERENCE
                                                                                                                     ,BEWEEN
   2008 TAX YEAR                                       TAXABLE            NET      TAXABLE              NET          2W)7 8 1993
                                                      VALUEOF WESTEAD VALUEOF     VALUEOF HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF        PROPERTY
 PARCEL NUMBER                      NAME 8 ADDRESS    PROPERTY D(DIPWX4 PROPERM   PROPERM D(DIPTi0N   PROPERTY        VALUES
                     -
                                                                                                                 I
 07 K
24C 3H
40 M l
 -- -                BARCLAY GEORGE A 6 CAR-      B
                     ZOOWOAKST
                     PERRY

24-0407-03868000     NELSEN LEES 6 REECCA B
                     305 N ORANGE ST
                     PERRY

24-0407-03864000     DICE POPE 6 LOIS
                     P 0 BOX 554
                     PERRY

24-0407-03870-000    INGRAM LINDA L
                     311 N CENTER ST
                     PERRY

24-0407-03871-000    ,BASSUNDA 6 JESSIE W
                     2825 BOM) RD
                     >PERRY

24-0447-03872-000    INMAN MARY H
                     318 N ORANGE ST
                     PERRY

2W07-03873-Wl        H W D OSCAR JR 8 BAf?aARA
                     RT2 60x24)
                     PERRY

24-04-07.03874-000    KNIGHT. CHRISTINE
                      306 N ORANGE ST
                     .PERRY



24-04-07-03875000    JONES EVA C 6 CHAPMAN RACHEL C
                     414 N ORANGE ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03875001    CAPELL PHYLLIS HOCGEN
                     304 E LEON ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03875-002   REGISTER HELEN
                     315 E LEON ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-0387MKX)    DYAL PAUL E 6 SUSAN L
                     418 N WASHINGTON ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03877-000    BISHOP CONRAD C JR
                     'P 0 BOX 167
                      PERRY

24-0407-03878MM      WITMAN DONNAJ a m~
                                      P
                     413 N ORANGE ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03879000    W A N THOMAS P 8 A FRANCES
                     211 EWAYETTEST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03880000    WHITMAN DONNA J 6 JOHN P
                      413 N ORANGE ST
                     ,PERRY

24-04-07-0388i-KlO   .NELSEN LEE.6 REBECCA
                     2315 MORGPNWIDLX3N RD
                     :PERRY

240407-CBM2-000      ZEK;LERALLEN R 6 KATHLWL
                      313 W BAY STREET
                     .PERRY
                                                                                                                            DIFFERENCE


    2008 TAX YEAR                                        TAXABLE
                                                                     EEI     NET       TAXABLE
                                                                                                    E
                                                                                                   E l           NET
                                                                                                                             BElWEEN
                                                                                                                            2007 8 1993
                                                         VALUEOF HOMESTEAD VALUEOF     VALUEOF     HOMESlEAD   VALUEOF      PROPERM
  PARCEL NUMBER                      NAME 8 ADDRESS      PROPERTY E X E H m PROPERM    PROPERTY     (
                                                                                                   O m
                                                                                                    M          PROPERM       VALUES



 24-0447-03684-100    SMITH 8 SMITH PA 8                   238,282           238.282     259,660                  259,654
                      BISHOP CONRAD JR
                      P 0 DRAWER 579
                      PERRY

 244447-03886-000     WARREN PATRICLA
                      70 AGNER ACRES RD
                      PERRY

 24-04-074368&100     BEACHSAMUEL G a m n       w ~
                      ESTATE CIO SAM BEACH
                      3134 PENMONT DR
                      GERMANTOWN. TN 38138

 2444-07-03887-000    EDWARDS J CHRISTOPHER 6 JEANETTE
                      501 N CENTER ST
                      PERRY

 244447438890         GILBERT SABRINA8 DARWlN
                      503 N ORANGE ST
                      PERRY

24-04-07-038900(10    ULUOTT LAURIE ANN 8 HUGH l
                      M6 N WASHINGTON ST
                      PERRY

24-04-0743802-050    KUHN KATHERINE W
                     501 N JEFFERSONST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03892a      EVANS RAY 6 GWRlDOLYNA
                     508 N QUINCY ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-038S-WXI    PACGETT LESTER D 8 INA B
                     706 W MAJN ST
                     PERRY

24-04-07-03897-000   BIG BEND RENTALS INC
                     POBOXt25
                     PERRY

24-04-0743399-000    JOHNS JOHN S 8 OONNA E
                     43 BOB MILLER RD
                     CRAWFORDVILLE. FL 32327

24-044743S03000      HOWARDSTREET DRYCLEANlMC
                     705 W HOWARDST
                     LIVE OAK. FL 32060

24-0447-03901-000    JENKINS FLOW 6 CATHERINE
                     672ANDREwMORGANDR
                     PERRY

24-0447-03902-000    STEPP. JEANETTE
                     310 E GREEN ST
                     PERRY

24-0447-03903000     PEACOCK WlLBURN H 6 UNDAG
                     RT3BOX139-4
                     PERRY

2444-0743903-100     PEACOCK WILBURN H 6 LINDA G
                     RT3BOX139-4
                     PERRY

24-0447-03904400     MILLINOR ORENA LUCILLE TRSUTEE
                     P 0 BOX 937
                     PERRY

24-040743905000      'wRIGHTFRANCES'P
                      213 S CENTER ST
                     .PERRY

24-04-07-            FRANKENFIELDLELAND G 6 KlTTY
                     5079 S RED PADGEIT RD
                     ?PERRY
                                                                                                                                       DIFFERENCE
                                                                                                                                        BETWEEN
  2008 TAX YEAR                                      TAXABLE        NET    TAXABLE             NET                                     2007 8 1993
                                                    VALUEOF HOME- VALUEOF VALUEOF HOMESTEAD VALUEOF                                    PROPERTY
 PARCEL NUMBER                     NAME 8 ADDRESS   eROPERTYDMrmONPROPERPl~D(DIPn0NPROPERM                                              VALUES



2404-07~7000        NORTHFLoRlDA RPCTALSINC
                    POBOXSOB
                    MONTICELLO, FL 32344

2404-07439OMW       MUSSELWHITE JAMES 0
                    W BOX532
                    SHADY GROVE. FL 32357

2404-07-03909000    PEACQCK MARIN4 B
                    414 E MAIN ST
                    PERRY

2404-0743910-000    PE4COCKW H JR 6 UNrW G              18,058                  18.058 '        21,674                   21,674              3,616
                    414 E MAINST
                    PERRY

2404-074391?-(Joe   RICWRDS FRANK JR 6 WNrW E
                    212 S ORANGE ST
                    PERRY

2404-0743912-000     MUSSELWHITEJAMES 0
                    'P 0 BOX 532
                     SHAOY GROM. FL 32357

2404-0743913000      BISHOP G      M E 6 DELORES
                    212 €,ELLIS ST
                    )PERRY

                                                                                         I                                         I

                                     SUBTOTAL        7.274.309   1,125,000   6,223,071   1   12,636,243   1.025.M)O   11,649,665   1     5,426.594
                                                                                                                                  DIFFERENCE
                        PROPERTY THAT IS TAX EXEMPT                                                                                BETWEEN
    2008 TAX YEAR                                                TAXABLE                 NET      TAXABLE                NET      M 0 7 8 1993
                                                                 VALUEOF   HOMESTEAD   VALUEOF    VALUEOF   HOMESEA0   VALUEOF    PROPERTY
    PARCEL NUMBER                       NAME & AMXIESS           PROPERM EXEMPTION     PROPERP(   PRw€RlY    ( I
                                                                                                             D
                                                                                                            O m        PROPERTY    VALUES
 - - . -
- - - A




24-0447-03485100        PERRY CrPl OF
                        PO DRAWER 1907
                        PERRY

24-04-0703574-000       PERRYW O W S CLUB
                        m N JEFFERSON ST
                        PERRY

244447-03588000         PERRY CITYOF
                        P O BOX 1907
                       .PERRY

~          ~       4    PERRY c l n OF 7
                            ~          (CITYHALL)~       3   ~     ~       ~
                        P O W X 1907
                        PERRY

24-044703591-000        PERRY ClTYOF
                        P O BOX 1907
                        PERRY

24-04-0743812-500      PERRY CrrV OF
                       P O BOX 1907
                       PERRY

24-0407-03813033       TAYLOR COUNTY OF COURTHOUSE
                       POBOXrn
                       PERRY

2404-07-               CITYOF PERRY
                       PODRAWER1907
                       .PERRY

24-0447-03834400       CHURCH FIRST BAPTlST
                       POBOX1119
                       PERRY

24-04-0743636-IJXl     CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST
                       W BOX 1119
                       PERRY

24-04-07-O~~KMXIOCHURCH      FIRST.BAPTI~
                       POBOX 1119
                       PERRY

24-04-07-03850400      TAYLOR COUNTY OF
                       POBOX m
                       PERRY

2404-0703851-000       LODGE MASONIC
                       114EWNST
                       PERRY

24-M-074356-WJ          PERRY ClTYOF
                        POBOX 1907
                       'PERRY ClTYOF

24-04-07-03864400      CHURCH FIRST MEDTHOMST
                       P 0 BOX 487
                       PERRY

24044743865000         CHURCH FIRST MEDTHODlST
                       P 0 BOX 487
                       PERRY

2444-0743883000         TAYLOR COUNTY OF
                        LIBRARY
                       'P 0 BOX 6m
                       ,PERRY

24-0407103884-000       TAYLOR COUNTYOF
                        C W B E R . O F COMMERCE
                       'POBOX b20
                        PERRY

240407-03885000        PERRY ClTYOF
                       PARK
                       P 0 BOX 1907
                       PERRY

2404Q7038914KXI        PERRY C ~ O F
                       WATER TANK
                       POBOX 1907
                       PERRY
                                                                                      I                                              I
                                                                                                                                         BETWEEN
  20M TAX YEAR                                       TAXABLE            NET                    TAXABLE                    NET            2W7 8 1993
                                                    VALUEOF HOMESTEAD VALUEOF                 VALUEOF HOMESTEAD        VALUEOF           PROPERTY
 PARCEL NUMBm                       NAME &PODRESS   PROPERTY DWPnON PROPERM                   PROPERSY D W P T D N     PROPERM            VALUES

                                                                                          I                                          I
24-0407-03892a      PERRY W O W CLUB
                    U O ClTY OF PERRY
                    P O BOX 1907
                    PERRY

24-0407-03893-500   c l n OF PERRY
                    PO DRAWER 1907
                    PERRY



24-0407-03894-000   TAnOR COUNTY
                    P O W X 6iu
                    PERRY

2404-07-03895000    TAYLOR COUNTY
                    POWX620
                    PERRY

24-044743915000     PERRY CITY OF                       24.233                  24,233,          34,893                    34,893            10.660
                                                                                      I
                    P O W X 1907
                    PERRY
                    TOTAL TAX-MEMPT PROPERM           4.240.958          (0   4xk958,           98M
                                                                                               54.8                0     5.418.058         1.707,l W


                                    GRAND TOTAL     11,515,267                        (
                                                                  1.125,000 10,464.029 18,584,301          1,025,000   17,597,723    1   7,133,694

                                                                                                          CMemmefor Calculation




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                                                                 428 N. Jefferson Street
                                                                  Post Office Box 892
                                                                  Perry. Florida 32348

                                                                 Phone (850) 584-5366
                                                                    Fax (850) 584-8030
   Dawn V. Taylor - PresidentfExecutive Director           E-mail: chamberQperry.gulfnet.com
                                                         Web Page: www.taylorcountychamber.com




      May 15,2008

      County Commission Chairman Clay Bethea
      Board of County Commissioners
      PO Box 620
      Perry, FL 32348

      Dear Chairman Bethea:

      Please find the attached invoice and agreement contract requesting the release of o
      f u n d i n g ~ l l o c a t i o n ~ ~ i sye& 2807-2-5/~55~
                                               cal
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      If you find that you are in need of any additional information, please feel free to contact
      our office.

      Sincerely,


      &om"P
      Dawn V. Taylor
      President




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                           "TAYLOR COUNTY-TREE     CAPITAL OF THE SOUTH"
                                         AGREEMENT

      THIS AGREEMENT made this 15th day of May, 2008, between TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA, hereinafter called the County, and The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.

        WITNESSETH: That the County and The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce for the
following consideration stated herein covenant and agree as follows:

       1.   That the County will contribute the following sum ($14,550.00) to The Perry-Taylor County
            Chamber of Commerce for the following purposes: Support of local partnerships to better
            serve the Taylor County Community along with the administration of VISIT FLA Grants,
            DOT Litter Grants, DEP Grants, SATOP Grant and the administration of the Taylor County
            Small Business Outreach Center. The Chambet will continue establishment of goals and
            objectives to meet the needs of the business community at large. The Chamber provides
            support to the following organizations; The Taylor County Development Authority, the
            Tourism Development Council, The Florida Forest Festival, the Small Business
            Development Center, Keep Taylor County Beautihl and the Enterprise Zone.

       2.   That in return for this contribution by the County, the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of
            Commerce will do the items listed in Paragraph 1 and in addition will present the County an
            audit of how the money is used or in the alternative present invoices to the County as to how
            the money is used.

       3.   VENUE: Taylor County, Flotida, shall be the proper venue for any litigation involvihg this
            contract.

            IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed this
            15th day of May, 2008.


                                                   BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                   TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA

                                                   BY:
                                                            CLAY BETHEA, Chairman

ATTEST:



ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk


                                                   BY:

ATTEST:



                                                  WITNESS FOR


                                                  WITNESS FOR
   PERRY - TAYLOR COUNTY
 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.

  FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND
INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT

      DECEMBER 31,2007
                            .     TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                          Page
                                                          Number

Independent Auditor's Report


Statement of Financial Position                            4


Statement of Activities                                    5


Statement of Cash Flows


Statement of Functional Expenses


Notes to Financial Statements


Supplemental Information:

   Schedule of Support and Expenses - Budget Comparison
                                JAMES E. DAVIS
                        CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
                            3848 KILLEARN COURT
                         , TALLAHASSEE, FL 32309



                       INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT

To the Board of Directors
Perry - Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Perry, Florida

I have audited the accompanying statement of financial position of the Perry - Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (a nonprofit organization) as of December 3 1,2007
and the related statements of activities, functional expenses and cash flows for the year
then ended. These financial statements are the responsibilities of the Organization's
management. My responsibility is to express an opinion on these fmancial statements
based on my audit.

I conducted my audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the
United States of America. Those standards require that I plan and perform the audit to
obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are fkee of material
misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the
amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the
accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as
evaluating the overall statemefit presentation. I believe my audit provides a reasonable
basis for my opinion.

In my opinion, the fmancial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material
respects, the financial position of the Perry - Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
as of December 31, 2007 and the results of activities and cash flows for the year then
ended in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of
America..

My audit was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the financial statements
taken as a whole. The supplemental information contained on page 12 is presented for the
purpose of additional analysis. This information has been subjected to the auditing
procedures applied in the audit of the financial statements referenced above and, in my
opinion, is fairly stated in relation to these financial statements taken as a whole.

                                                                  James E. Davis
                                                            Certified Public Accountant
May 27,2008
        PERRY - TAYLOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, H C .
                 STATEMENT OF FLNANCIAL POSITION
                        DECEMBER 31,2007




: Prepaid insurance
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               -




                      See Notes to Financial Statements
                             PERRY - TAYLOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.
                                          STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
                                    FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,,2007



                                                                                                                                                                                              I



                                        I
                         Fund raising projects - net
                                 .-- - --
                         Grants and awards
                                              --                                  .                               w w / ";;I;; ;
                                                                                                                        -                                                          --   -1 ,


        -       -                                                                          A                       --   -                                                   18,383 ]
                                                                                                                                                                            - ----
                  - -- , Membership dl~es --
                              --    --                  .-- - -                                                                                                             29 563 I
                   - . Tourism ~ e v e-- o ~ m e council
                          -- - -       - - l -
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        -       -      ,Taylor County --
                          --     -- -      Guide                      A                                                                                                     24,124 j
                                                                                                                                                                                  --
                       *SBDC Outreach center
                                         - .- - - -                                                 -         .                                                             19,147 1
                  -
                         other income
                                    I - - -                                                                   -
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                       I Interest income


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        ..............        ..A
                                     Program services
                                   i-..-...-..                                        .
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                                                                                                                                                        ..........
                                                                                                                                                                           124,860 1
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                                   i~anagement
                                    L             -and general .....
                                                         ...-
                                                           ..                                       ......
                                                                                                     ......                 ..............                  i
                                                                                                                                                    -.... -!.   ....       - 20,260 i!
.....                              1 Fund raising
                                    $          .       ..............................                                                                  ..
                                                                                                                                                      ..I                     1,482 1
                    .....
                   .....            i.
                                    L.                .....                           ...-.......                           .....................           ]              146,602 1
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INCREASE (DECREASE) IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS
  ..
   .. .   .-..    ... __ .........
                   ...            _/_..
                                      . .... .
                                         ..._    -................................ ......................                                                                    5,304
                                                                                                                                                                                        i




                                                                          See Notes to Financial Statements
                                 PERRY - TAYLOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.
                                             STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
                                        FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,2007
                                                                 --- -                     -                                                                  - - --                 -                              - I - -                                  ,
     'cash flows frdm operating activities:
                                                                          ,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I
                Contributions                           - local government                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  15,000;


                Membership dues and fees
 1 ....                 -.                 -.                           ....-......-                   ...................             .-...........-....
 :              Fund raising projects                                                  -   net



                SBDC Outreach center
 1

 : -..-.........-
 .
 ;              Miscellaneous revenue
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/Cash beginning of year                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i                              46,9141
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/Decrease (increase) in prepaid insurance                                                                                                                                                                                                                                I                                  (120)j
                                                 .                                __                                              ............        _   .
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:Decrease (increase) in other receivables                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .i                                    (462)    1
 (becrease) increase in accounts payable




                                                                                                See Notes to Financial Statements
                                                                                                               -6-
                    PERRY - TAYLOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.
                            STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES
                           FOR THE YEAR ENDED,DECEMBER 31,2007




    ,-
    supplies
                        l
    ~ r d e s s i o n a fees




    :Maintenance and repair
            -   - . - "
                    ent
    i ~ ~ u i ~ r n rental


           d
    ldues a subscriptions
;Other expenses
L         -
    Promotional and public relations
    Taylor county Guide        -



?   -      ." -  -                                         - -         1       I   -   1
                                                                                       i
    Total expenses before                                 , I          I   !   ,
                                                          4                            j
t   -     --
$       depreciation




                                   See Notes to Financial Statements
 PERRY - TAYLOR COLWY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.
           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
        FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,2007




Basis of Accounting
The financial statements of Perry - Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
("Chamber") have been prepared on the accrual basis of accounting. Under this
method, support and revenues are recognized when e m e d and measurable and
expenses are recognized when incurred.

Plant Assets and Depreciation
Use of operating funds for plant acquisitions and capital lease obligation
payments are accounted for as increase in fixed assets. Donated assets are
capitalized at fair value. Estimates have been used to record approximate cost of
fixed assets where original cost could not be determined. Depreciation of building
and equipment is provided over the estimated useful lives of the respective assets
on a straight-line basis. The following is a summary of the major classes of
depreciable assets and their estimated useful lives in years:

       Classification                                               Years
       Building and improvements                                  10 - 30
       Equipment                                                   2-20
       Furniture and fixtures                                      5 - 20

Additions and betterment are capitalized by addition to the related property         .
accounts, while repair and maintenance costs are charged against income.
Depreciation expense>amounted to $2,782 during the year ended December 3 1,
2007.

Estimates
The preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted
accounting principles requires management to make estimates &d assumptions
that affect certain reported amounts and disclosures; accordingly, actual results
could differ from these estimates.

Income Taxes
The P e w - Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is entitled to be exempt
from federal income taxes under Section 501 (c) (4) of the Internal Revenue Coqe
and exempt from state income taxes under applicable state law; therefore, no
provision has been made for income taxes.
           PERRY-TAYLOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC
                   NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,2007

                                                       -
NOTE 1 - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING P O L I C ~ S continued

     Donated Materials and Services
     Donated materials and equipment are reflected as contributions in the
     accompanying statements at their estimated values at date of receipt. No amounts
     have been reflected in the statement for donated services, as no objective basis is
     available to measure the value of such services; however, a substantial number of
     volunteers have donated significant amounts of their time in the organization's
     program services.

     Compensated Absences
     The Chamber provides annual leave and sick benefits to all its full-time
     employees as specified in its personnel policies. No liability has been recognized
     for compensated absences because the amount is insignificant.

     Cash Quivalents
     For purposes of the financial statements, the Chamber considers all checking and                                              I

     savings accounts to be cash equivalents.


NOTE 2 - NATURE OF THE ORGANIZATION

     The Perry - Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Inc, was organized to support
     the business community of Perry and Taylor County and promote economic                                                            .

     growth.


NOTE 3 - BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND FIXTURES

     Building, equipment and fixtures and the related accumulated depreciation at
     December 3 1,2005 are summarized as follows:


             f Furniture, fixtures and                                                    i
                                                                                          I              /         24,5201
             I                                                                                           ?
             i eq uipment
             ;                     .....................................-....-...
                                                                                          1
                                                                                          1 -.....-..
                                                                                                         I
                                                                                                         I -..........
                                                                                                                              i
                                                                                                                              1

             iiBuilding improvements .............
               ...................                                                        4..    ..--I             20,4991
             i
             p-... ............................................................
                                                                                          i            1 .-................ "..i
                                                                                              ....... ...I
                                                                                                                60,019!
             1
             :
                Less accumulated depreciation i
               -....    ...............        .
                                          ..-.................    ......             ..
                                                                                    ..          ......
                                                                                                               (47,349) 1
                                                                                          I
             I
             j
             !
                 __                __                                                     I         -    ;   $12,6701
      PERRY-TAYLOR COUNTY CHAl'V'IBER OF COMMERCE, INC.
             NOTES TO THE FINANCLAL STATEMENTS
            FOR TEE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,2007



NOTE 4 - CONCENTRATION OF CREDIT RISK

     Information related to significant concentration of credit risk for financial
     instruments owned by the Chamber is as follows:

    Demand and time deposits with banks - The Chamber has a checking account and
    a savings account with one bank amounting to $54,439 and $10,966 respectively
    at December 31,2007. The Chamber has no policy requiring collateral to support
    this account; however, this account is federally insured up to $100,000 by the
    FDIC.


NOTE 5 - FUNCTIONAL ALLOCATION OF EXPENSES

    The cost of providing the various programs and other activities has been
    summarized on a functional basis in the Statement of Activities. Accordingly, '
    certain costs have been allocated among the programs and supporting services
    benefited.
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
      PERRY - TAYLOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.
    SCHEDULE OF SUPPORT AND EXPENSES - BUDGET COMPARISION
             FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,2007

                     ,                                  Budget       Actual   Variance
Support:
  Contributions- local government               $       15,000
  Fund raising - net                                I   13,700
  Grants and awards                                     29,439
  Membership dues                                       28,800
  Tourism Development Council                           30,000
  Taylor County Guide                                   22,000
  SBDC Outreach Center                                   1,000
  Other income                                            600
  Interest income                                           -
                                                    140,539

Expense:
  Personnel expense
  Supplies
  Professional fees
  Telephone
  Postage
  Utilities
  Insurance
  Maintenance and repair
  Equipment rental
  Conference, meetings and travel
  Due and subscriptions
  Other expenses
  Promotional and public relations
  Taylor County Guide
  Grant expenses
  Tourism Development Council
  Depreciation


Excess of support over expenses                $            -    $   5,304       5304




                            See Notes to Financial Statements
                          R E S O L U T I O N

    IN COMPLIANCE to the laws of the State of Florida, as
per Florida Statute 129.06(b),          the undersigned Clerk and
Auditor for the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor
County, Florida, made and prepared the following budget
changes to reflect unanticipated monies for a particular
purpose which caused the GENERAL FUND for the fiscal period
ending September 30, 2008, to be in excess of the advertised
budget.
    BE IT RESOLVED that the listed receipts and
appropriations be added to, included in and transferred to
the GENERAL FUND budget for the fiscal year
ending September 30, 2008.
Amount      Account       A c c o u n t Name
Revenue :
$400,000    001-3343501     DEP Steinhatchee Wastewater Grant
Expenditures:
$400,000   0273-53101       Professional Services

    N r THEReFORg BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
     CW
County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, that they
do approve as provided by law this resolution this 17th day
of June, 2008 at Perry, Taylor County, Florida, to amend
the budget for the fiscal period ending September 30, 2008
with a motion by Commissioner                         I



seconded by Commissioner                       , and carried
unanimously.




(New Grant awarded 2008 FY)
                     Taylor County Administrative Complex
                     201 East Green Street, Perry. Florida 32347
    Melody Cox                                                 850-838-3500 x 9
    Administrative Services                                    850-838-3501 Fax



    MEMORANDUM
    DATE: May 29,2008

    TO:      Tammy Taylor
                                                                                           /
                                         pEP       -                                7
                                               .
    FROM: Melody Cox
    IRE : AppropriationIGrant Budget   w k .                 ,,   a - r a l -



 Tammy, kease set the attached budget for a grant the county received from DEP on
 behalf of m     ~ Bend Water Authmy in the amount of $-N3OI00PWe received this
                      g
-grant in October 2007 and I do apologize for not setting the budget earlier and getting
                                                                                       -
 the information to you. Since I am not directly involvedwith the grant (except f i r
 quarterly reporting and a current reimbursement request) setting a budget completely
 slipped my mind. The reimbursement request should be coming to us and we will in
 turn reimbursement Big Bend Water Authority. When that occurs I will send a vendor
 payment request to Virginia and follow proper procedures. Again, I apologize for this.
 Thanks!



%   Melody



    Enclosures: Grant Contract
                Budget

    C.C.   L. Pemberton
+     '
      7
                           DETAIL BUDGET REQUEST
                            2007-2008 FISCAL YEAR
DEPARTMENT: DEP Steinhatchee
DEPARTMENT #: -

PREPARED                              29,2008    (department head signature & date)

Expenditure
Account #   Account Description                                Amount

53101         Professional Services                             $400,000
Engineering, consulting, design and planning services required for the construction of a
regional stormwater system.



Total $400,000
                                      Florida Department     I       ,   #   '                            Governor

                                    ,ERvironmenta~Protection                                          jeff kottkarnp
                                                                                                      Lt. Governor:
                                                   Bob Martinez C e n t e ~
                                                  ?600 Blair Stone Road:                          Michael W. Sole
                                             Tallahassee, Florida 32333-2400;
                                                    .    .                                                Secretary



          CERTIFIED MAIL
          RETURN RECEPT REOUESTED

            ocr o 9 2007
1         Ms. Melody Cox, Director of Grants Department
         , Tavlor Countv
          201 E. Green St.



               Steinhatchee Wastewater

          Dear Ms. Cox:

          We are pleased to provide fiancial assistance for yom wastewater improvement project.
         'one copy of the filly executed grant agreement is enclosed. To &aw money under the
          agreement, please call Tommy ~ i l l i & sat 85012458358 for assistance in completing a
          disbursement request. For       convenience, electronic copies of the attachments are
          located on our web page: httt>:l/www.dep.state.fl.us/water/wn;/index.htm  under
          2007-2008 Legislative Project Information, Proposed LG Grant Attachments.

          We congratulate you and your staff on your efforts and are pleased that we can worli with
          you on this project.

                                           Sincerely,



                                           Phil c o r k , P.E.
                                           Deputy Director
                                           Division of Water Resource Management

    ,'   pc/mi;/i

         Enclosure




                                                           Less Process"
                                          "More Prof ect~on,
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                                               www.dep.stafe.t.us
                                          STATE OP FLORIDA
                                          GRANT ASSISTANCE
               PURSUANT TO LINE ITEM 1859 O 'TBE 2007 - 2008 GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT
                                           F
              THIS AGREEME*             'is entered into between the STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF .
     ENVJRONMENTAL PROTECTION1 whose addrekT 2600 Blair Stone Road, MS 3505, Tallahassee, Florida .
     32399-2400 (hereinafter referred to as the "Departrpent") and Taylor County, whose address is 201 E. Green St.,
     Perry, FL 32347 (hereinafter referred to as "Grantee" or 'Recipient"), a local government undm the laws of the State
     of Florida, to provide funds for the Steinhatchee Wastewater project.

              In consideration of the mutual benefits to be derived herefiom, the Department and the Grantee do hereby
a    agree as follows:                                                                 -r


     1.        The Grantee does hereby agree to perform in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in this
               Agreement, Attachment A (Project Work Plan), and all attachments and exhibits named herein which are
               attached hereto -and incorporated by reference. For purposes of this Agreement, the terms "Contract" and
               "Agreement" and the terms "Grantee': 'Recipient" and "Contractor" are used interchangeably; '

     2.        This Agreement shall begin upon execution by both parties and end no later than December 31, 2008,
               inclusive. This Agreement may be amended to provide for additional services if additional funding is made
               available by the Legislature.

     3.   ,'   A.      As consideration for the services rendered by the Grantee under the terms of this Agreement, the
                       Department shall pay the Grantee on a cost .reimbursement basis in an amount not to exceed
                    ,'$400,000 toward the total project cost estimate of $400,000. WGtten approval from the
                       Department's Grant Manager shall be required for changes between budget categories up to 10%
                       of the total budget. The DEP Grant Manager will transmit a copy of the written approval and
                       revised budget to the DE? Contracts Disbursements Office for inclusion in the Agreement file.
                       Changes greater than 10% will require a formal amendment to the, Agreement. If the Grantee
                       h d s , after receipt of competitive bids, that the work described in Attachment A cannot be
                       accomplished for-the current estimated project cost, the parties hereto agree to modify the Project
                       Work Plan descnied in Attachment A to provide for the work that can be accomplished for the
                       funding identified above.          . I .
                                                '*
               B.       The Grantee shall be reimbursed on a cost reimbursement basis for all elimile ~roiect costs unon
                        receipt and acceptance of a properly completed Disbursement Request Package @rovided as
                        Attachment B). In addition to the Disbursement Request Package, the Grantee must provide fiom          ,

                        its accqunting system, a listing of expenditures charged against this Agreement. The listing shalI"-
                        include, at a minimfb, a description of the goods or services purchased, date of the transaction,
                        voucher number, amount paid, and vendor name. All requests for reimbursement of travel                     .
                        expenses shall be in accordance with the travel limits established in. Section 112.061, Florida
                        Statutes. The Disbursement Request Package must include:

                        (1)   A completed Disbursement Request Form signed by the Grantee's Grant Manager. Such
                              .requests must be accompanied by sufficiently itemized summaries of the materials, labor, or -
                              services to identify the nature of the work performed; the cost or charge's for such work; and
                .   L         .the person providing the service or performing the work. If payment is based on an .
                              authorized advance for h c m e d costs, invoices reflecting such costs must be incluyed. After
                              receipt of advance f b d s the 'Grantee shall provide proof of payment to the Department
                                ihn
                              w t i 30 days receipt .of advance ,funds. {Zf payment is 'based on reimbursement, proof of
                              payment of the ~hvoices required; and
                                                       is

                                                                                              .--.   -- -
    DEP Agreement No. LP6865, Page d of 6
                 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS,,                            ,,
                               County CommissianAgenda /tern
SUBJECT/%LE:          The Board to consider joining the National Association of counties
                      initiative "Building America's Future" Coalition stressing the importance
                      of rebuilding America's infrastructure as agendaed by Jack R. Brown,
                      County Administrator



                                                                                                  -
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:               I June 17,2008
Statement of Issue:        'The Board of County Commissioners to consider request from
                           the National Association of Counties to participate in the
                           "Building America's Future Coalitionn

Recommended Action:        Approve

Fiscal Impact:             None

Submitted By:              ,Jack R. Brown, County Administrator

Contact:                   county.admin@taylorcounty~ov.comPhone: (850) 838-3500,
                           Ext. 7

                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: The Building America's Future Coalition was recently founded
                         by Governor Rendell of Pennsylvania, Governor
                         Swarzenegger of California and Mayor Bloomberg of New York.
                         The purpose of the Coalition is to demonstrate to the next
                         President and the next Congress that there is strong support for
                         more investment in our nation's infrastructure across both
                         parties, geographically, and across all levels of governments.
                         Most of us agree that the federal government has underfunded
                         The infrastructure system that stretches from coast to coast,
                         North to South, and touches nearly every county, city and town
                         in between. NACo supports the goals of Building America's
                         Future and urges Counties to sign on to the Coalition.


Options:                   Approve / Disapprove

Attachments:               Letter from Building America's Future.     -
                                                                         www.InvestInInfrastructure.org
AMERICA'S FUTURE                                                       _   L   A   A -




                                      6 0 1 Thirteenth Street NW I Suite 1000 I Washington, D.C.20005
                                                             s                                       Co-Chars
                                                                     Michael R Bloomberg, Mayor, New York Clty
                                                                      Edward G. Rendell, Governor, Pennsylvania
                                                                     Arnold Schwarzenegger. Governor, Cabfornia
Dear County Oficial:

We are writing you today about an issue that we believe is among the most critical for our nation
to address: America's aging infrastructure. As you may have read recently, the three of us held a
press conference on January 19th in Los Angeles to announce the formation of Building America's
Future, a coalition of state and local elected officials from across the country who will be advocating
for greater federal investment in infrastructure.
                                                                 0


As you can see by following the presidential election, there are a lot of issues that divide politicians
in this country. There are issues that divide the American people. Infrastructure is an issue that
unites all of us. That is why a Republican governor, an Independent mayor, and a Democratic
governor have joined together to create this coalition and why we intend to use our energy and
political capital to push forward on this issue.

County officials know better than anyone how important infrastructure is in our communities and
to this country. You know that our competitiveness as a nation requires good roads and highways,
navigable waterways, ports and airports with the capacity to accommodate ships, and airplanes
carrying passengers and goods.' You know that our public safety depends on reliable levees and
dams. You understand that a good quality of life for our citizens requires roads with sufficient lanes,
sound infrastructure to carry potable water, and green space where our children-can play. You know
our environmental sustainability hinges on well-thought-out infrastructure that strengthens our core
metropolitan areas and curbs sprawl. To that end, we simply must find ways to fund mass transit,
rail freight, and passenger rail.

If your county is like most in this country, there are important infrastructure projects that cannot
be funded because there are simply not enough capital dollars to go around. By one estimate,
infrastructure needs may require some $1.6 trillion in the next five years alone. Infrastructure is
a federal challenge. It requires a federal commitment of resources.

We hope that you will add your name to ours in calling for greater federal investment in
infrastructure by joining Building America's Future. Please go to www.InvestInInfrastructure.org
to register and to get more information about our coalition. We will be back in touch soon after
you register.

Sincerely,.
                 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD,OF C O ~ S S I O N E I & . -
                -       . County Commission Agenda Item
SUB~CT/TITLE: / Required Documents for State Mosquito Funds
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:         I June 17,2008
Statement of Issue Submittal of Detailed Work Plan Budget, Operational Work Plan and
      Notification Letter for State Mosquito Control Funds by July 15th to the Florida Dept. of    -

      Agriculture is required by Chapter 5E-13.022 Florida Administrative Code and through a
      contractual agreement to receive State Funds.

Recommended Action Board approval for submittal of required documentation to the State
     and the Chairperson to sign the Detailed Work Plan Budget

Fiscal Impact State Funds are projected at $35,000 for fiscal 2009, plus carry-forward from
        the current year, if any.

Submitted By:         John Singer, Environmental Services Director       Contact: 838-3533

                    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:      Each year we are required to submit various documents to the State
De artrnent of Agriculture in order to receive State funding for Mosquito Control. For the July
 15?fdeadline, we must submit the Annual Notification letter, an Operational Work Plan and a
Detailed Work Plan Budget (DWPB). The DWPB is basically a preliminary budget for the
following year so that the Dept. of Agriculture can insure proper expenditure of State Funds. I
prepare the DWPB based upon the budget submitted to the Finance Dept. in May and that you
will review sometime in July. By Sept. 1 5 ~I, am required to prepare and submit the Annual
Certified Budget to the State. Any changes made by the Board at the Budget Workshop will be
incorporated into this document. The amount of $35,000 in State Funds is the $2,000 or 5% less
than the current year.

The County is not obligated to appropriate the amounts shown on the Plan. The Annual Certified
Budget, submitted in September, may reflect changes made by the Board at the Budget
Workshops.

The Operational Work Plan and the Annual Notification have been prepared. As the Mosquito
Control Director, I am required to sign these documents and will submit them along with the
DWPB once signed by the Chairperson.

Options:             None

Attachments:         Detailed Work Plan Budget
I
I
    Charles H.Bronson
                              Florida Department of Agriculture 8 Consumer Services
                                                                             Sewlces
                                        Division of Agricultural Env~ronmental
                                           Bureau of Entomoloav and Pest Control
                                         DETAILED WORKPLAN BUDGET
    COMMISSIONER
    Recommend For Approval:   FOR FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING:            OCTOBER 1,2008     Prepared B y : J o h n J. Slnger
                              ENDING:                              SEPTEMBER 30,2009   DATE: , 5 ? ~ . , 3 0 ~ 0 p
    DATE:
    Approved By:                                                                       Approved:
                                                                                              Chairman, Board of County Commissioners
                                                          Division of Agricultural Environmental Services
                                                              Bureau of Entomology and Pest Control
                                                           D E T A I L E D WORK PLAN BUDGET



                                                                               SEPTEMBER 30,2009



Bureau of Entomology and Pest Control       COUNTY or DISTRICT                                                            Chalrman, Board of County Commissioners




        62.2 Additives                                                        0.00          0.00            0.00
Subtotals
Carried
Forward                                 .                               66,041.OO     33,979.00 . 49,204.00        0.00   0.00
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            .. . .       -   ....
 DACS Form 13623 (rev. 5/03)
                                                                                     Florida Department of Agriculture 8 Consumer Services
                                                                                          Division of Agricultural Environmental Services
                                                                                   DETAILEDWORK PLAN BUDGET -ARTHROPOD CONTROL
 Charles H.Bronson
  COMMISSIONER
ecommend For Approval:                                FOR FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING:     OCTOBER 1.2008                                             Prepared By:   x.
                                                                                                                                                             S&ea.f
                                                      ENDING:                       SEPTEMBER 30,2009                                           DATE: ,FJa-Ogi
ATE:
pproved By:
    Bureau of Entomoloav and Pest Control
                                                     ICOUNTY ar DISTRICT!             TAYLOR                                          I
                                                                                                                                                Approved:
                                                                                                                                                I      Chairman, Board of County Commissioners[




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0 Capltal Outlay
                     61    Land                                                                           0.00        0.00        0.00
                     62    Bulldlng                                                                       0.00        0.00        0.00
                     63    Improvements other than Bulldlngs                                              0.00        0.00        0.00
                     64    Machlnery and Equipment                                                        0.00        0.00        0.00
                     71    Prlnclpal                                                                      0.00        0.00        0.00       0.00
                     72    Interest                                                                       0.00        0.00        0.00       0.00
                     89    Contingency (Current Year)                                                     0.00        0.00        0.00       0.00
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               TAYLOR COUNTYj 3 O ~ R b .~oMMISS~ONERS
                       ;Co&i@ Camnbdonheit& -Item
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SU~TECT/TITLE: 1 ~ommebu~ers                                                      &
                          Down Payment Assistance for Christina ~ e r s h b e r ~ shefield
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:      I June 17,2008
Statement of Issue Requesting approval of Homebuyers Assistance to Christina
      Hershberger Sheffield in the amount of $7,000. Ms. Shefield has met all the
      requirements of the SHIP Homebuyers Assistance Program.


Recommended Action: To approve down payment assistance in the amount of $7,000

Fiscal Impact: This is 100% funded through the SHIP grant

Submitted By: Melody Cox           Contack Melody Cox


                  SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

Histoly, Facts & Issues: Christina Hershberger Shefield has completed the required New
       Homebuyers Training program. She qualifies for SHIP assistance and agrees to the
       terms of the second mortgage and promissoly note with Taylor County.



Options: To approve or disapprove.

Attachments: Lender Cover Sheet
A.              U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT                                            B.           TYPE OF LOAN
                             SETTLEMENT STATEMENT
                                                                                                      1I


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                                                                                                                  'FIIA    2   FMllA    3     X   , CONV UNINS
                                  Frith Abstract & Title Co.
                                      501 N. Byron Butler Parkway
                                                                                                       4     1 . 1 ~ ~5        lCONVlNS
                                          Peny, Florida 32347                                                                                7 1 oan Nulnber
                                                                                                       6 hLNumb;r
                                      850-584-2672 fax 850-584-8841
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                                                                                                       i$t725"A cpxG            --.         000003320945              __
C NOTE Thrs/orm 1s fi~rnrshed grve wrr u statement
                            to
            (poc) were purd otrtsrde the closin~ Thev ore
                                   CHRISTINA SHEFFIELD
D. Borrowcr                        3342 LIPSCOMB CIRCLE
                                   PERRY, FL 32348
                                   MARLON HILSON
E. Scllcr:                         P.O. BOX 934
                                   PERRY, FL 32348
                                   WACHOVlA MORTGAGE,
F. Lcndcr:                         3563 PHILLIPS HIGHWAYS
                                   Jacksonville, Flor~da322
                                   1403 JOHNSON S


                          nt.          Abstract & TI
                                   Fr~th

I. Scttlcmcnt Date                 Junc 20,2008
                                                                                     I
J.'              Summary of Borrower's Transaction                                   j K.          Summary of Seller's Transaction
                                                                                     1
 100. Gross Amount Due From Borrower:                           1 400. Gross Amount Due To Seller:
 101. Contract Sales Pricc                            80,000.00 1 401. Contract Salcs Pncc                            80,000 00
 102. Pcrsonal Propcrty                                         1 402. Pcnonal Propcrty
  103 Scttlcmcnt Chargcs to Borrowcr (lmc 1400)        5,304.99 / 403.
     Adjustments for Items Paid by SeUer in Advance:
 106. City / Town Taxcs
  107 County / Pansh T-s
                                                                                     1
                                                                     Adjustments for Items Paid by Seller in Advance:
                                                                  406. City 1 Town Taxcs
                                                                1 407 Coun3 /&r~shTaxcs                                    -

  108 Asses_srnc~ts                                             1-408 pSsemgn<           .

--- _Gross_
 120.         mount-Due frommBo~ower: _ . _ .-       85,304.991 4 2 0 Gross Amount Due to seller:                   80,000@
--          -.      - -           -     - - .-   -- -       -             -.     .                            .
                                                                                                             - -                 - -                                    -
200.    Amounts Paid by or in Behalf of Borrower:                                     502..Reductbns in Amount Due to Seller:.                      -
201     Dcpos~t Earncst Money
                1                                                          WOO 001 501                           (scc
                                                                                            Exccss Dcpos~t ~ns@ct~ons)
202     Prlnclpal Amount of Ncw Loan                                                 :
                                                                          73,000 00 502     Scttlcmcnt Chargcs to Scllcr (Lmc 1400)                                 0 00
203     Exlstmg Loan(r)                                                             / 503   Ex~stmr     Loads)
                                                                           7,000,00 ' 504                        st
                                                                                            ~ a y o f f b f ~ l rMortgagc to FRAN CARLTON-
 204       SHIP LOAN- TAYLOR COUNTY                                        ---              ESTIMATE
                                                                                                                                                               47,000 00
 205       WACHOVlA 3 - I MATCH                                            3,000 00 505 Payoff of Sccond Mortgagc to
 206                                                                                  506 Purchasc Moncy Mortgagc to
     Adjustments for Items Unpaid by Seller:                                              Adjustments for ltems Unpaid by Seller:
 2 10 City I Town Taxcs                                                               5 10 CIW I Town Taxcs
       County / Pansh Taxcs Jan 1,2008 thm Jun 19,                           578,42 511 County / Parish Taxcs Jan 1,2008 t h Jun 19.                              578 42
 211 2008                                                                           ,       2008
 212 Assessm~nts                                                                   4 512 Asscssmcnts
                                                                                            Total Reductions in mount Due                                      47,578.42
 220. Total Paid by / for Borrower:
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           -- - -- - -          - - . - - - --
                                     -                  -
                                                        -   -   --   --   -              -- - --
 300. Cash at Settlement from l_toBorrowgr:                                               m
                                                                                         6 Cash at Settlemenjlg! fr_opl-SSe~er;
 301 Gross Amount dug fro.mBomowe_r (hnc 120)                             85,304 99 1 601 Gross Amount d_uc_to.SdLcrIbn_c
                                                                                                                        420)                                   8c000$
 302 Lcss Amount Patd bylfor Bomowcr (11nc220)                            84,578 42 1 602 Lcss Rcduct~onsAmount duc Scllcr (Imc 5%)                            47,578 42


 303. Cash From Borrower:                                                 $726.57 603. Cash To Seller:                                                  $32,421.58

 Borrowcr ln~t~als         - CHRISTINA SHEFFIELD
 Scllcr Initials.                     MARLON HILSON




HUD-I Nov 2006                                                                                                                            OMB No. 2502-0265
Junc 5,2008 4:04 PM                                                                                                                    RESPA handbook 4305.2
Statement of Issue: Request for Board to approve Change Order for existing contract for
      improvements to the Courthouse flooring, restrooms & walls.

Recommended Action: approve Change Order.

Fiscal Impact:                $86,835.00

Submitted By:         Danny Griner Contact: building.director@taylorcountygov.com


                    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:     the County received grant hnds intended to hnd improvements to
      the Courthouse flooring and restrooms. The County advertised a request for
      qualifications for Architectural firms to assist in this endeavor. This process resulted in a
       contract with MLD Architects, Inc. The Architectural firm prepared renovation plans for
      the project and construction specifications for bidding purposes. The project was
       advertised for bid, resulting in the County Commission awarding the bid to Weiss
      Construction Company, Inc. The bid award included a ceramic tile alternate with a total
      project price of $73,100.00. The Architectural firm prepared a contract for the bid award
      based on the AIA Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor, which
      was subsequently approve by the Board. Staff has processed one Change Order in the
      amount of $3,890.00. The requested Change Order before the Board consists of
      additional improvements such as; wainscot on the walls of the hallways and courtroom,
      ceramic tile in the courtroom, replacement of exit and emergency lights, drywall in the
      courtroom and improvements to the offices of Judge Bean and his Secretary.

       Staff respecthlly requests that the County Commission approve the attached Change
       Order.

Options:                      1.      Approve the Change Order


Attachments:                  1.     Deny the Change Order.
                                         CHANGE ORDER


DATE OF ISSUANCE:            June 10,2008               EFFECTIVE DATE:              June 17,2008


OWNER:                      Tavlor Countv Board of Countv Commissioners
CONTRACTOR:                 Weiss Constructions Company
Contract:                   Tavlor Countv Courthouse Interior Renovations
Project:                    Flooring, Restroom & Wall Covering Improvements
OWNER'S Contract No.:       P.O. # 20081 191
CONTACT:                    William D. Griner, Building Official

You are directed to make the following changes in the Contract Documents:
Description (Include itemized increase (decrease) price of work:

1.) Plastic trim around openings versus caulk                   Add--$      300.00

2.) ADDITIONAL HALLWAY WORK
   FIRST FLOOR
   2 - Exit Lights - Ceiling Mount                              Add--$ 640.00
    1- Emergency Light - Wall Mount                             Add--$ 290.00
    1- Elevator Light - Ceiling Mount                           Add--$ 425.00
   Wainscot Hallway wlfire rated panel, caps & base @ 32"       Add--$ 5,930.00

   SECOND FLOOR
   3 - Exit Lights - Wall Mount                                 Add--$ 960.00
   3 - Emergency Lights - Wall Mount                            Add--$ 870.00
   1- Elevator Light - Ceiling Mount                            Add--$ 425.00
   Wainscot Hallway wlfire rated panel, caps & base @ 32"       Add--$10,100.00

   THIRD FLOOR
   2 - Exit Lights - Ceiling Mount .                            Add--$ 640.00
   4 - Exit Lights - Wall Mount                                 Add--$ 1,280.00
   2 - Emergency Lights - Wall Mount                            Add--$ 580.00
   1- Elevator Light - Ceiling Mount                            Add--$ 425.00
   Wainscot Hallway wlfire rated panel, caps & base @ 32"       Add--$12,200.00

3.) COURTROOM ADDITIONAL WORK
   Install Sheetrock to Accept wainscot                         Add--$ 7,000.00
   Wainscot Hallway wlfire rated panel, caps & base @ 32"       Add--$ 7,400.00
   Drop Witness Stand Floor                                     Add--$ 600.00
   Carpet Judge Platform Floor                                  Add--$ 600.00
   Cover Judges Bench wlfire rated paneling                     Add--$ 2,820.00
   Replace 3 - Exit Lights & 2 - Emergency Lights               Add--$ 1,220.00
   Install Ceramic Tile                                         Add--$12,000.00

4.) JUDGE BEANS OFFICE
   Wallpaper from base to chair rail & paint walls from chair
    rail to ceiling
    Install Architectural Color Ceiling Tile
    Wood Laminate Flooring
    Refinish Doors
           None of this work done in Judges Bathroom.*

5.) JUDGE BEANS SECRETARY'S OFFICE
   Pick Wick Paneling from floor to ceiling, chair &
   base crown moulding. Install Architectural Color
   Ceiling Tile

TOTAL FOR ADDITIONAL WORK


Reason for Change Order:
See discussion above.

      CHANGE IN CONTRACT PRICE                                  CHANGE IN CONTRACT TIMES
Contract Price prior to this Change Order                Contract Times prior to this Change Order
                                                                                          -
                                                         Substantial Completion:            120 days
$          76,990.00                                     Ready for final payment:        August 15,2008
                                                                                          (days or dates)
Net increase (decrease) of this Change Order:            Net increase (decrease) of this Change Order:
                                                         Substantial Completion:              16 days
$          86,835.00                                     Ready for final payment:            24 days
                                                                                              (days)
Contract Price with all approved Change Orders:          Contract Times with all approved Change Orders:
                                                         Substantial Completion:       September 1, 2008
$          163,825.00                                    Ready for final payment:      September 8, 2008
                                                                                          (days q dates)

RECO MENDED:                           APPROVED:
By: .                                  By:
            yi ding Official                    County Administrator
Date:     d~         0         -   d   ~
                                       Date:

COUNTY COMMISSION APPROVAL (Changes are not effective until signed by Chairperson)

By:
            Clay Bethea, Chairperson

Date:
CONRAD C . BISHOP, JR.
CONRAD C. "SONNY" BISHOP. Ill

POST OFFICE BOX 167
41 1 N. WASHINGTON STREET                                                                  (860) 584-61 13
PERRY, FLORIDA 32348                                                                   FAX (860) 584-2433




                                                    May 27,2008

                                        VIA FACSIMILE AND REGULAR MAIL

       Hon. Annie Mae Murphy
       Clerk of Court
       Post Office Box 620
       Perry, Florida 32348

       Mr. Jack Brown
       County Administrator
       County Offices
       2 1 E. Green Street
        0
       Perry, Florida 32347


                Re: Ordinance Anlending Ordinance No. 2008-06and 2007-01


       Dear Annie Mae and Jack:

                Please find enclosed:

               1.   The Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2008-6and 2007-1.
               2.   A Notice to go in the paper.

               If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call.

               Thank you and I hope you are doing fine.




                                                               Conrad C. Bishop, Jr.
                                ORDINANCE NO.:

               AN ORDINANCE WHICH AMENDS ORDINANCE NO.
               2008-06 AND ORDINANCE NO. 2007-01 (THE CODE OF
               ORDINANCES OF TAYLOR COUNTY,           FLORIDA
               CHAPTER 18) AMENDING CHAPTER 18, BUSINESSES,
               ARTICLE II.,   BUSINESS TAX, SECTION 18-34
               ENFORCEMENT        REGARDING       CANVASSERS,
               SOLICITORS, PEDDLERS, TRANSIENT MERCHANTS, OR
               ITINERANT VENDORS; REQUIRING THE PROVISION OF
               AN ACTUAL PERMANENT PHYSICAL ADDRESS AND
               TELEPHONE NUMBER OF A HOME OFFICE OF THE
               PARENT ORGANIZATION, PROHIBITING THE USE OF
               PREPAID CELL PHONES AS A CONTACT NUMBER,
               REQUIRING AN AUTHORIZED POINT OF CONTACT
               REMAIN IN TAYLOR COUNTY AITER A SALES EVENT
               AUTHORIZED TO HANDLE FINANCE, CUSTOMER
               SERVICE, PRODUCT WARRANTY AND/OR EXCHANGES
               AND OTHER CONTRACI'UAL ISSUES THEY MAY ARISE
               FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE (5) BUSINESS DAYS
               FOLLOWING A SALE; PROVIDING SEVEIUBILITY AND
               PROVIDING AN EFFECI'IVE DATE.

       WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida have found it
necessary to amend Chapter 18, Businesses, Article 11, Business Tax, Section 18-35 Enforcement,
regarding canvassers, solicitors, peddlers, transient merchants, or itinerant vendors.

      THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor
County, Florida, as follows:

       Section I.     Section 18-34. Enforcement - Changing (4) "the tax collector, his
designee or other authorized person has the right and duty to inspect from time to time, the
records of any business in the corporate limits of the county" t o "the tax collector, his designee or
other authorized person has the right and duty to inspect from time to time, the records of any
business in the unincorporated areas of the county".

        Section 2. Section 18-34. Enforcement - Adding (5) Canvassers, solicitors,
peddlers, transient merchants, itinerant merchants or itinerant vendors must provide as part of
their application an actual physical address and telephone number of their home office or parent
organization.

       Section 3. Section 18-34. Enforcement - Adding (6) Canvassers, solicitors,
peddlers, transient merchants, itinerant merchants or itinerant vendors must have a point of
contact remaining in Taylor County for (5) business days following a sale authorized to address
and resolve on the spot finance, product warranty, exchange or contractual issues.

       Section 4. Section 18-34. Enforcement - Adding (7) Canvassers, solicitors,
peddlers, transient merchants, itinerant merchants or itinerant vendors doing business in Taylor
County are prohibited from utilizing a prepaid cell phone as a contact number.
       Section 5. Severability. If any provision or portion of this Ordinance is declared by
any Court of competent jurisdiction to be void, unconstitutional or unenforceable, then all the
remaining provisions and portions of this Ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.

        Section 6. Effective Date. Pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, a certified
copy of this Ordinance shall be filed with the Florida Department of State by the Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners within ten (lo) days after enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners. This Ordinance shall become effective upon filing of the Ordinance with the
Department of State.

       PASSED and ADOPTED in regular session by the Board of County Commissioners of
Taylor County, Florida, on this day of                                ,2008.



                                              BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                              TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA

                                              BY:
                                                     CLAY BETHEA, Chairperson

ATTEST:


ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk
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SUBJECTITITLE:                             The Board to consider schedule a public hearing to discuss "opening
                                           the public right-of-ways leading to the Steinhatchee River to the publicn
                                           at the July 22,2008 Board Meeting in Steinhatchee as requested by
                                           Stan Ridgeway



MEETING DATE REQUESTED:                                    I June 17,2008
Statement of Issue:                             The Board of County Commissioners to consider a request
                                                received from Stan Ridgeway to schedule a public hearing to
                                                discuss "opening the public right-of-ways leading to the
                                                Steirthatchee River to the publicw

Recommended Action:                             Schedule a Public Hearing for the Julv 22. 2008 Board Meeting
                                                scheduled to be held'at the Steinhatchee Community Center

Fiscal Impact:                                   No Cost for the Public Hearing

Submitted By:                                   Stan Ridgeway

Contact:                                        Stan Ridgeway, P.O. Box 1058, Steinhatchee, FL 32359
                                                (352) 498-2556

                                          SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: The residents of Steinhatchee are requesting that the Board of
                         County Commissioners establish a program to open and
                         improve the public right-of-ways that go to the Steinhatchee
                         River for public enjoyment and use by local residents and
                         visitors. Activities to be enjoyed might indude; fishing,
                         observing wildlife, picnicking, launching of canoes, kayaks and
                         small boats, or just looking at the river

Options:                                        Approve l Disapprove

Attachments:                                    Draft proposal for proposed program for public access to the
                                                Steinhatchee River
  Proposed Program for Improving Public Access to the Steinhatchee River
                    and Public Lands of Steinhatchee

Whereas, The Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, have been
contacted by residents of Steinhatchee, Florida,'an unincorporated area of Taylor County,
Florida, requesting that the Board establish a program to improve the public street right
of ways that go to the Steinhatchee River and open green space owned by the County
for the public enjoyment and use by the local residents and visitors. Activities to be
enjoyed might include; fishing, wildlife observation, bird watching, picnicking, launching
of canoes, kayaks and small boats, or other passive activity such as enjoying the scenic
view.

Whereas the establishing of a program to improve the public street right of ways that go
to the Steinhatchee River and other county owned open green space will improve the
public health, comfort, convenience, welfare, and economic prosperity of the residents of
Steinhatchee, Florida, and whereas, the necessity, in the public interest, for the provisions
and prohibitions hereinafter contained and enacted is declared to be a matter of legislative
determination and public policy, and the provisions and prohibitions hereinafter
contained and enacted are for the purpose of securing and promoting the public health,
comfort, convenience, economic prosperity, and general welfare of the residents of
Steinhatchee, Florida.

Now therefore, be it ordained, by the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County,
Florida, that:

Section 1.    This program shall be known as the Public Access Improvements to the
Steinhatchee River on the public street right of ways going to the Steinhatchee River and
other appropriate county owned open green space for the unincorporated area of Taylor
County known as Steinhatchee and more particularly described as follows:

       Commence at the Intersection of the North Boundary line of Section 17,
       Township 9 South, Range 10 East and the Steinhatchee River for a Point of
       Beginning; thence run West along the North boundary line of Sections 17 and 18,
       T9S, RlOE, to the Point of Intersection with State Road 5 1, thence run Southerly
       along the West boundary line of State Road 51 to a Point of intersection with the
       North boundary line of McCain Tower Road, continue West along said North
       boundary line of McCain Tower Road through Section 18, T9S, RlOE, and
       Sections 13, 14, and 15, T9S, R9E to the intersection with County Road 361
       (Beach Road), continue West across County Road 361 through Sections 15 and
       16, T9S, R9E, to the half section line of Section 16, T9S, RlOE, thence run South
       through Sections 16 and 21, T9S, R9E, to the Gulf of Mexico thence run
       Southerly, Easterly, and Northerly along the shoreline of the Gulf of Mexico and
       the Northwesterly boundary of the Steinhatchee River back to the Point of
       Beginning.
       Section 2: Applicability: This program shall apply and be enforced in the above
       described area of Steinhatchee, Florida.

       Section 3. Scope: This program shall apply to all public street right of ways
       (streets may be added or changed by resolution) going to the Steinhatchee River,
       including the following streets (but not limited to):

                      Oak Avenue
                      Doyle Street
                      Cypress Street
                      First Avenue North (east end)
                      Central Avenue
                      First Avenue South
                      Second Avenue South
                      Riverside Park
                      Fourteenth Street East
                      Thirteenth Street East
                      Bridge
                      Second Street East
                      Main Street
                      First Avenue North (west end)
                      Fourth Street West
                      Palm Street (Near Riverside Palm)
                      Third Street West

       This program shall also include County owned public green space land including
       (but not limited to)

                      Riverside Park
                      Stephens Spring
                      Highland Springs
                      Ninth Street (County owned parcel of land)

Section 4:    Program Elements

       A. At each street end by the river which has been approved for public access, a
          sign shall be erected stating "Public Access to the Steinhatchee River". Each
          approved public parklgreen space area shall also be signed with " Public Park
          andlor Green space" with the sites name if so applicable. (Example: Stephens
          Spring)

       B. All signs shall be uniform as so designated by the county and paid for and
          erected by site sponsor. The sponsors name and contact inforktion shall be
          included on the sign. Sign shall include standard rules and regulations as per
          county facility signing for example "No Alcohol Permitted".
C. The street right of ways and public green-space park areas shall be cleared of
   all items that impede or will cause a safety hazard to public access such as;
   trash, debris, p ~ i e ditches, vegetation, brush; garbage, etc. The vegetation
                          ~,
   shall be removed under the direction of county staff or their designee. The
   site shall be kept as "green" as possible.

D. There shall be several levels of access improvement available to each right of
   way that ends at the river or designated park green-space areas. All
   improvements will strive to be "green". As little concrete or asphalt as
   possible shall be incorporated into project site and only be in high use areas
   such as parking and launch areas. Grass, mulch, sand, rock, gravel, lime rock
   and other natural materials shall be used as much as possible. The different
   levels of service are as follows.

       D-1     Remove brush and any items that restrict or impede walking access
               or are a safety hazard on the right of way or site.

       D-2     All items in D-1 plus the addition of a picnic table(s), gazebo, or
               other structures for fishing picnicking, relaxing or wildlife
               observation.

       D-3    All D-1 items, canoe, kayak or small watercraft launching and
              applicable items in D-2. Example: Canoe/kayak launch with a
              picnic table.

       D-4    All D- 1 items, and installation of a floating dock (10 to 15 ft. long)
              D-2 and D-3 items when so applicable example: Floating dock,
              small canoekayak launch and picnic table.

D-1 through D-4 should include county approved trash receptacles the project
sponsor shall be responsible for purchasing, maintaining and disposal of trash.
Any new planting of vegetation shall be approved by the county and maintained
be site sponsor. New plants and vegetations shall only be non-invasive native
Florida plants or trees.

E. The cost of improving public right of ways or park sites shall be paid for by
   project sponsor, donations, local businesses, neighborhood group, or clubs. If
   the Board of Commissioners feel special sites warrant assistance, county
   workers, inmate labor, or grants may be used for site improvements.

F. Project sponsors, volunteers, or other persons directly involved with the
   project shall sign a "County Hold Harmless" agreement prior to any site work.

G. Improvements to each street right of way or public green space shall be
   approved by the Board of County Commissions at a publicly noticed meeting.
   The meeting shall be noticed county wide. A presentation shall be made at a
   public meeting by the project sponsor and shall include: type of
   improvement, cost of improvements, who will pay for improvements, who
   will do the work required of improvements, when will work be complete, and
   who will maintain site.

H. Any projects requiring construction measures shall be approved by the County
   Engineer or their designees prior to any construction occurring.

I. No playgrounds or playground equipment will be constructed on right of
   ways. The Board of Commissions will approve in advance any playground
   equipment on public green space areas. Projects must meet all National and
   State playground standards, and ADA handicap accessibility standards.

J. The project sponsor shall and must be willing to maintain site for public use
   for a minimum of five years.

K. All right of way providing public access or public green space areas must be
   developed to benefit the entire community       improvements will be made
   available for use by all members of the public.
Statement of Issue: Board to consider appointment of Larry J. Hendry to fill vacancy on
      Planning Board due to resignation of Rob Frankel:

Recommended Action: consider for appointment

Fiscal Impact:               NIA

Submitted By:         Danny Griner Contact: building.director@taylorcountygov.com


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:     Rob Frankel resigned fiom the Planning Board on May 1, 2008.
       The Planning Department ran a notice of the vacancy in the local newspaper and posted
       the vacancy on the County website. The Planning Department has only received one
       application in responsk to the vacancy notice. The lone application is fiom Mi. Larry J.
       Hendry, a local coastal resident.

       Planning Staff respecthlly requests that the County Commission consider appointment of
       Mi. Hendry to fill the Planning Board vacancy for the remainder of the term set to expire
       on May 17,2010.

Options:                     1.     Appoint Larry J. Hendry to Planning Board.
                             2.     Choose to re-advertise vacancy.

Attachments:                 1.     Copy of application.
                      TAYLOR COUNTY
                  PLANNING BOARD APPLICATION
NAME: Larry J. Hendry
MAILING ADDRESS: 1870 Ezell Beach Road
CITY: Perry            STATE: Florida         ZIP: 32348
HOME PHONE: 850-578-2923
WORK PHONE: 850-843-1 195 (cell)
EMAIL: larryhendry@fairpoint.net
EMPLOYER: Retired
JOB TITLE: Transportation Coordinator
NUMBER OF YEARS RESIDING IN TAYLOR COUNTY: 60
REGISTERED VOTER IN TAYLOR COUNTY: YES: NO: Yes
Explain what knowledge or interest qualifies you for consideration for appointment to
this Board. Attach additional sheets if needed.

I am a life long resident of Taylor County. Over the years, I have watched Taylor County
grow and develop from a very rural community to a progressive and dynamic stature. I .
encourage progressive growth coupled with wise planning. It is imperative with
continued growth that Taylor County use comprehensive planning strategies and good
stewardship of our valued resources to maintain the quality of life in our community.

My formal education, my military service over three decades, and my experience with the
Taylor County School Board, provide me the tools to perform the duties for the position
on the planning board.

I have the enthusiasm, dedication, and time to devote to the continued growth of Taylor
County. Please consider me for the position on the Taylor County Planning Board.

I understand the duties and responsibilities of this Board and pledge that I will faithfully
attend the meetings, caiTy out the duties of a Board member, and abide by all Board rules
should I be appointed.
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        SUBJECT/TITLE: I Appointment of Airport Advisory Committee Members
        MEETING DATE REQUESTED:         I June 17,2008
        Statement of Issue Several terms have expired on the Airport Advisory Committee and
              the county recently advertised for and received applications from thosewho would
              like to serve on the Airport Advisory Committee. The Board needs to appoint one
              pilot position and two non-pilot members to the Committee. We are also requesting
              approval to go to a seven member committee and have the Taylor County
              Development Authority and Perry/ Taylor County Chamber of Commerce be
              voting members. They are currently non-voting members. The current committee
              has also discussed the appointment of alternate members to the committee which the
              Board may choose to select at this time.


~       Recommended Action: Board to select one pilot and two non-pilots to serve on the Airport
             Advisory Committee. The Board may also select non- voting alternates to serve on

~            committee or to serve on airport special projects committees.


I       Fiscal Impact: Not applicable.

        Submitted By: Melody Cox               Contact: Melody Cox


                                    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

        History, Facts & Issues: Several terms recently expired for Airport Advisory committee
               members and the County advertised the Committee openings in the local newspaper
               and has accepted applications from those wishing to serve on this committee. The
               Board needs to appoint one pilot position and two non-pilot positions to the
               Committee. The Board may also appoint non-voting alternates if they so chose. The
               following applications have been submitted to serve on the Advisory Committee:
               John Gentry - Pilot                     Dan Schapper-Non-pilot
               Tommie Stanaland- Non-pilot             Walter Payne- Non pilot
               Ward Ketring- Non-pilot                 Shelton Jerry Register- Non-pilot

        Members of the Board whose terms have not expired are Don Asmus and Luther Turner.
         Both are pilots.

        Options: Not approve or appoint applicants.
                                          TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA
                                               Perry-Foley Airport
                                            40 1 Industrial Park Drive
     V                                        Perry, Florida 32348

                            AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPLICATION

Thank you for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your information will remain
confidential* and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Please complete the following
questionnaire and return it to the Perry-Foley Airport Manager on or prior to the advertised close date.

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ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY?                               DO YOU HAVE A CURRENT PILOT LI@

DESCRLBE YOUR EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATIONS, OR OTHER ACTIVITIES
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.




HAVE YOU EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE? &I YES, FROM
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BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR OPINION AS TO THE FUNCTION OF THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                                    I



AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXPECTED TO ATTEND MONTHLY MEETINGS,
PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING FAA, FDOT, COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES, AND
THE AIRPORT MANAGER. BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOUR EXPERIENCES WOULD ASSIST IN MAKING DECISIONS AND
PROMOTE THE AIRPORT WITH THESE VAFUOUS ENTITIES




THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURlTY PURPOSES, YOU MAY
BE ASKED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIDENCE VARIFICATION AS
PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD.


 Please note: Due to State laws regulating public information, this form and other communications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
                                BOARD OF TAYLOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                            201 E. Green Street
                                           Perry, Florida 32347

                               AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPLICATION

Thank y m for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your information will remain
confidential and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Please complete the following
questionnaire and return it to the Perry-Foley Airport Manager on or prior to the advertised close date.

NAME:            Tommie Stanaland                                                               DATE:          A~ril30.2008

ADDRESS:             3 15 N. Quincy Street, Perry, FL 32347

'IELEPHONE: 850-584-8815 ALTERNATE TELEPHONE                             -FAX:     850-584-8815E-MAIL tstanaland@,vahoo.com
PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: Retired                                                                             HOW LONG?

POSTION:                                                                                                      HOW LONG?

ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY? Yes                        ,         DO YOU HAVE A CURRENT PILOT L I C E N ~ ~ X W -

DESCRIBE YOUR EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATIONS, OR OTHER ACTnriTlES
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.

Air TrafIic Controller. Private Pilot m n d school, Passed FAA Private Pilot License Written Exam. Manager Perry-Folw Airport for
two years

HL4VE YOU EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE?                              NO, IF YES, FROM               TO___
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR OPINION AS TO THE FUNCTION OF THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMIIITEE

Use emerience and ex~ertise advise airport manager. and countv staff and commissioners with repard to best use of avalable
                           to
resources to momote airwrt mowth in a way that revresents citizens in both aviation and non-aviation activities.


AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXF'ECTED TO A'ITEND MONTHLY MEETINGS,
PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING FAA, FDOT, COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES, AND
THE AIRPORT MANAGER BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS WOULD ASSIST IN MAIUNG DECISIONS
AND PROMOTE THE AIRPORT wJ3T-ITHESE VARIOUS ENTITIES
MYpast experience dealing with various federal and state aencies. familiaritv with Perry-Folev facilities. and a network of various
persons in the communitv may enhance the overall owrations of the W r t and provide continuitv within all concerned with the
abort's usefulness and success.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THE PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, YOU
MAY BE ASKED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIDENCE VARIFICA'IION
AS PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD.




FPlease note: Due to State laws regulating public information, this form and other communications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
                                                TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA
                                                    Perry-Foley Airport
                                                  401 Industrial Park Drive
                                                    Perry, Florida 32348

                               AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPLICATION

Thank you for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your information will remain
confidential* and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Please complete the following
questionnaire and return it to the Peny-Foley Airport Manager on or prior to the advertised close date.
NAME:               Shelton Jerrv Register                                                       DATE:           June 9.2008

ADDRESS:           1820 Davis Walker Road. Perry. Florida 32348

TELEPHONE: 584-6265           ALTERNATE TELEPHONE 838-7022                     FAX:              E-MAIL jerry.register@yahoo.com

PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT:              Professional Realtv / S. J. Resister. Inc.                OW LONG? 4/27 Years

POSTION: Real Estate Agent / Owner Ouerator                                                               OW LONG? 4/27 Years

ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY? Yes                      I                W~Yt6V~&c@~MTUPW%

DESCRIBE YOUR EXPERIENCE ASSOCLATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATIONS, OR OTHER ACTMTIES
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE

-My l&long     residence of Taylor County and nearby neighbor of the Perry-Foley airport has given me a desire to see aviation
activities excel in Taylor County. Working in forestry and agriculture all of my life gives me an understand of how vital growth and
moderation in aviation can promote community growth and our quality of life. My knowledge of real estate practices and marketing
                                                                                                    citizens and visitors to our area.
enables me to see potential growth that couples with services that the airport provides to our c~unty

HAVE YOU SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE? Yes, IF YES, FROM March, 06 TO March, 08

BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR OPION AS TO THE FUNCTION OF THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
          Perry-Foley airport is a County asset that should be developed as an integral and active part of current and long-range County
development. Job should be developed in the aviation industry and County revenue should be generated by attracting this growing
industries participants. Manufacturing, service, and entertainment (air shows, fly-ins) exists, and I want to make my contribution
efforts to see that Perry-Foley Airport is not left out any longer.

AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMI'ITEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXPECTEDC TO ATTEND MONTHLY
MEETINGS, PARTICIPATE IN A C m S INVOLVING FAA, FDOT, COUNTY GOVERNMENT, AND PRIVATE
ENTERPRISES, AND THE AIRPORT MANAGER BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOUR EXPERIENCES WOULD ASSIST IN
MAKING DECISIONS AND PROMOTE THE AIRPORT WITH THESE VARIOUS

Operating my own business for 27 years, and working in a variety of service salesjobs equips me to strategically view the airport with
regard to progress for our community. I have seen several business start and end at the airport, and now there seems to be an effort
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from FAA, FDOT, and ~ ulooal supporters to make a long range, stable, and sustainable, positive impact on our economic
development potential. My general understanding of how various agencies work, and my ability to assess situation with regard to
those agencies, gives me the ability to offer good advice to those associated with the airport.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THE PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, YOU
MAY BE ASKED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIDENCE VARIFICATION
AS PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD.




 Please note: Due to State laws regulating public information, this form and other communications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
                                           TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA
                                               Perry-Foley Airport
                                             401 Industrial Park Drive
                                               Perry, Florida 32348

                                 AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPLICATION

Thank you for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your information will remain
confidential* and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Please complete the following
questionnaire and return it to the Perry-Foley Airport Manager on or prior to the advertised close date.

NAME:                                                                                   DATE:

ADDRESS:          - LQ
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ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY?                                                                      *
                                                                   DO YOU HAVE A CURRENT PILOT LICENSE?3 - &

DESCRIBE YOUR EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATIONS, OR OTHER ACTIVITIES
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.




HAVE YOU EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE? &IF YES, FROM

BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR OPINION AS TO THE FUNCTION OF THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
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AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXPECTED TO ATTEND MONTHLY MEETINGS,
PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING FAA, FDOT, COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES, AND
THE AIRPORT MANAGER. BRIEFLY STATE HOW Y m EXPERIENCES WOULD ASSIST IN MAKING DECISIONS AND




THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, YOU MAY
BE ASKED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIDENCE VARIFICATION AS
PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD.


* Please note: Due to State laws regulating public information, this form and other communications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
                                           TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA
                                                Perry-Foley Airport
                                             40 1 Industrial Park Drive
                                               Perry, Florida 32348

                            AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPLICATION

Thank you for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your information will remain
confidential* and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Please complete the following
questionnaire and return it to the Perry-Foley Airport Manager on or prior to the advertised close date.

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PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT:                  M&D                                                          HOW LONG?

POSTION:                                                                                                HOW LONG?

ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY?                                DO YOU HAVE A CURRENT PILOT LICEN&T~~~?&

DESCRIBE YOUR EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATIONS, OR OTHER ACTIVITIES
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.




HAVE YOU EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE?
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                                                                                   IF YES, FROM fl?& */>YO !G6
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR OPINION AS TO THE FUNCTION OF THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE




AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXPECTED TO ATTEND MONTHLY MEETINGS,
PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING FAA, FDOT, COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES, AND
THE AIRPORT MANAGER. BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOUR EXPERIENCES WOULD ASSIST IN MAKING DECISIONS AND
PROMOTE THE AIRPORT WITH THESE VARIOUS ENTITIES




THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, YOU MAY
BE ASKED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIDENCE VARIFICATION AS
PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD.


* Please note: Due to State laws regulating public information, this form and other communications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
                                           TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA
                                                Perry-Foley Airport
                                             40 1 Industrial Park Drive
                                               Perry, Florida 32348

                             AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPLICATION

Thank you for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your information will remain
confidential* and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Pleaie complete the following

                +
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questionnaire and re-    it to the Perry-Foley Airport Manager on or prior to the advertised close date.

NAME:   L~&Z~)KPI                                                                       DATE:     la/ 07/07
ADDRESS:      VOQ        I \ ) ~ @ o i n9.
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POSTION:                                                                                             HOWLONG?       hwb
ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY?                                DO YOU HAVE A CURRENT PILOT LICENS-

DESCRIBE YOUR EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATIONS, OR OTHER ACTMTIES
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.

   '&-4lb\aa Ahos 4-

HAVE YOU EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE?

BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR OPINION AS TO THE FUNCTION OF THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE




AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXPECTED TO A n E N D MONTHLY MEETINGS,
PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING FAA, FDOT, COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES, AND
THE AIRPORT MANAGER. BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOUR EXPERIENCES WOULD ASSIST IN MAKTNG DECISIONS AND
PROMOTE THE AIRPORT WITH THESE VARIOUS ENTITIES

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, YOU MAY
BE ASKED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL R\IFORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIDENCE VARIFICATION AS
PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD.


* Please note: Due to State laws regulating public information, this form and other communications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
SUBJECT/TITLE:
                    I   SHIP Program Local Housing Advisory Committee Appointments and
                        Resolution
                        - - - - - - - -- - --

I MEETING DATE REQUESTED:                         I June 17,2008
                                                                                            I
Statement of Issue To receive SHIP funds, the program requires the Local Housing
      Advisory Committee consist of no less than eight members and the appointments to
      be made by resolution. In January 2008, the County advertised and appointed
      Denny Knight, Wendy Slaughter, Carla Brock, Don Everette Sr., and Nelda Parker
      to the committee. We are requesting the following be added to the committee :
      Clay Olson or a member of Main Street, a representative from the Perflaylor
      County Chamber of Commerce, Taylor County Development Authority, and one
      member of the Lemdership Council. This will give us a nine member committee
      and will be in compliance with the program guidelines.


Recommended Action: Approve committee appointments.

Fiscal Impact: The county receives $350,000 for the SHIP Program. The Local Housing
        Advisory Committee with eight or more members is required to receive these funds.
                                                                      /


Submitted By: Melody Cox                        Contact: Melody Cox


                  SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: In January 2008 the County advertised and appointed a five
       member Board to serve on the Local Housing Advisory Committee. The program
 .     guidelines now require an eight or more member committee. We are requesting the
       addition of Clay Olson/Main Street, the Chamber, Taylor Co. Development
       authority and the Leadelship Council to ensure we reach as many membels of the
       community and have the resources to expand the local housing program in the
       future. These four organizations have members who can provide good ideas and
   '
       the tools to improve local housing needs and issues.



Options: To approve recommended committee or appoint additional commitee members
      as the Board so chooses to. '

Attachments: Resolution
                               RESOLUTION


A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
TAYLOR, COUNTY FLORIDA, APPOINTING AN AFFORDABLE HOUSING
ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND THEIR TERMS FOR THE STATE HOUSING
INITIATIVES PARTNERSEIP PROGRAM (SHIP).

   Whereas, the State of Florida enacted the State Housing Initiatives Partnership Act,
also known as the William E. Sadowski Housing Act, which allocates a portion of new
and existing documentary stamp taxes on deeds to local government for development and
of affordable housing through the SHIP program; and

  Whereas, the Act requires that in order to receive SHIP fbnds, the local government
appoint an Affordable Housing Advisory Committee to recommend monetary and non-
monetary incentives for the mordable Housing Incentive Plan and that it's members be
appointed by Resolution; and

 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT:

  SECTION 1: That the following individuals be appointed as members of the
AtEordable Housing Advisory Committee for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership
Program:

                 Carla Brock - Real Estate Professional
                 Wendy Slaughter- Real Estate Professional
                 Nelda Parker- For Profit Housing Provider
                 Don Everett, Sr.- For Profit Housing Provider
                 Denny Knight- Advocate for Low Income Persons
                 Clay Olson1Main Street- Non-profit housing provider
                 Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce
                 Taylor County Development Authority
                 Taylor County Leadership Council

   SECTION 2: The terms of office will be three years. Committee members shall
follow By-Laws adopted by Committee and the Taylor County Board of Commissioners.
New Committee member appointments shall be made under the guidelines of adopted
By-Laws.

 SECTION 3: This resolution shall take effect immediately.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS   day of      June, 2008.


Attest:




Annie Mae Murphy                   Clay Bethea
Clerk of Courts                    Chairman
I   I SUBJECTJTITLE: I Resolution of support for Rural Healthcare                                     I
    1 MEETING DATE REQUESTED: 1 6/17/08
I    Statement of Issue:
                                P
                                i




                           Expansion of broadband for Rural Healthcare

     Recommended Action: Support efforts of BBRHN with Resolution

     Fiscal Impact:        No county expense required

     Submitted By: Clay Olson                      Contact: 838-3508


                       SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

    History, Facts & Issues:         Enterprize Zone intact in Taylor County since 1997. Clay Olson
                                    serves as coordinator.

    Options:                        Deny 'Resolution

    Attachments:                    Non-profit status documents fi-om IRS for BBRHN certifLing
                                    501C3 status'
                                    Sponsor certification documents fi-om OTTED for BBRHN
                                    participation in the enterprise zone community contribution tax
                                    credit program.
                                    Draft Resolution
                              BIG BEND RURAL HEALTH NETWORK
                 Serving Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Madison, Taylor and Wakulla Counties
                              333 N. Byron Butler Parkway, Perry Florida 32347
                        Increasinn access to affordable, aualitv health care for rural citizens


                                                                              June 4,2008
                          Open Letter to County Commissioners in
              North Florida Rural Counties of Calhoun, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
                                Jackson, Madison and Taylor
    Re: Big Bend Regional Health lnformation Organization High Speed Broadband Project

Dear Commissioners,

Please excuse this impersonal communication. I am writing about a very important initiative that
will influence and expand telecommunication capacity in your county for the foreseeable future.
Before your County Commission is a resolution to support a regional telecommunication project
that will have significant long term advantages to the delivery of health care in your
communities. I have been a member of the Big Bend Regional Health lnformation (BBRHIO)
Board for two years representing rural health interests. The BBRHIO has worked diligently over
a three year period to involve rural counties and your local hospitals and service providers, in a
plan to create a regional health information system. The program is also open to other business
interests and community organizations who use or rely on secure, high speed Internet, data and
image transfer to sustain their business plans.

The resolution before you will permit BBRHIO, in conjunction with regional economic
development councils, to qualify for tax incentives under the regional enterprise zone #3701.
There is no financial commitmenf, just an opportunity for the BBRHIO to put forth an application
and compete for tax credits. These tax credits will benefit businesses in your community who
wish to contribute to this regional effort.

For health care providers, there are significant advantages. The BBRHIO health care data
exchange will enable rural providers to share patient information among themselves, and when
the need arises, to send or receive data and images from larger hospitals and specialists in
Tallahassee and other urban centers. This exchange will boost efficiency by reducing
duplicative data entry, reduce errors associated with rr~isunderstood  prescription drugs or drug
allergies and allow physicians to review prescriptions and treatment ordered by other doctors.
Individual patients will soon be able to elect to have a medical history posted on the BBRHIO
system.

We fully sup'port this initiative and hope you will too. Thank you.




Rob Lombard~
Executive Director

     Rob Lombardo Executive Director 9601 Miccosukee Road #54 Tallahassee Florida 32309
              (850) 877-9234 FAX (850) 878-7677 e-mail bbrhn.org@comcast.net
    From:                       Beth Kirkland [bkirkland@taledc.com]
    Sent:                       Wednesday, May 21,2008 5:30 PM
    To:                         vmontford@wakullabank.com; alanp@fairpoint.net; Grant,Henry G; gulfcoadmin@gtcom.net;
                                brook.jim@gmail.com; stantonjcdc@earthlink.net;stantonjcdc@embarqmail.com;
                                admin@madisoncountyfl.com; Olson,Clay B
    Cc:                         Karen Hintz; allen@electronet.net; kristina@electronet.net;Marlon Brown;
                                madisonbocc@earthlink.net; madisonbocc@embarqmail.com; David Gardner;
                                matt@ourregiontomorrow.org; rick marcum; Sue Dick; Tripp Transou; Warren Jones;
                                sharon.roush@hcahealthcare.com; mark.obryant@tmh.org; Martin Shipman; Randy Hanna;
                                phalstead@admin.fsu.edu
I   Subject:                    EZ REQUEST to Support Expansion of Broadband for Rural Healthcare
    Attachments:                Big Bend Regional Healthcare.pdf; Sample Resolution.doc; EZ Zone Letter.doc
I
    Importance:                 ~igh


    To: Vicki Montford, Calhoun EZDA
       Alan Pierce, Franklin EZDA
       Henry Grant, Gadsden EZDA
       Don Butler, Gulf EZDA
       Jim Brook, Holmes EZDA
       Bill Stanton, Jackson EZDA
       Sherilyn Pickels, Madison EZDA
       Clay Olson, Taylor EZDA

    On behalf of the Big Bend Regional Health Information Organization, it is my pleasure to make you aware of a project
    that, w~thyour assistance, can significantly benefit healthcare and broadband opportunities in a nine county region of the
    Big Bend of Florida. Attached you will find an application to OTTED outlining the project which includes funding from a
    $9.6M Federal Communications Commission grant. A 15% matching source is required for the FCC grant. The attached
    application seeks to qualify BBRHIO (www.bbrhio.orq) as a recipient of donations from for-profit entities under the
    Community Contribution Tax Credit EZ program. This designation allows corporate income tax, insurance premium
    tax, and sales tax funds (for businesses registered to collect and remit sales taxes with the Florida Department of
    Revenue) such as the community contribution tax credit, as set out in sections 2 12.08 (9,220.183 and 624.5 105
    of the Florida Statutes and in Rule 8E-17 of the Florida Administrative Code, as an incentive to encourage
    businesses to make donations of cash, property and goods to be used toward eligible programs that increase
    access to high-speed broadband capability in rural communities.

    A requirement of the application is that each Enterprise Zone County that will benefit from the project pass a resolut~on
    CERTIFYING THAT T H E BIG BEND REGIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION ORGANIZATION
    PROGRAM IS CONSISTENT WITH LOCAL PLANS AND REGULATIONS AND
    COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

    A sample resolution and sample letter to OTTED is attached for your convenience. I am glad to speak
    with you about this project. O u r goal is to achieve resolutions by June 30 so that corporations can
    participate in the July 2008 contribution cycle. It will take participation from all nine counties to achieve
    this goal. Please let us know your willingness to participate in this exciting venture that will expand
    healthcare and broadband in rural counties in.our region.

    Kind regards,

    Beth Kirkland
    Executive Director
    Economic Development Council of TallahasseelLeon County, Inc.
    (850) 521-3114 Direct Line
    :
    , (856) 425-1056 Fax
       (850) 212-1056 Cell
       bk~rkland@taledc.com
       www.taledc.com


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       Tallahassee, FL 32302, USA, www.taIedc.com.




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       From: Karen Hintz
       Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 4:41 PM
       To: Beth Kirkland
       Subject: MI:

       I added the resolution and letter with my summaries. Not sure you need it but...

       Karen I.Hintz
       Manager, Incentives and Board Relations
       Economic Development Council of TallahasseelLeon County, Inc.
       (850) 521-3111 Direct Line
       (850) 425-1056 Fax
       khintz@taledc.com
       www.taledc.com


      From: Kristina Tutton [mailto: kristina@eledronet.net]
      Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 2:22 PM
      To: 'Von Hoff, Burt'
      Cc: Karen Hintz
      Subject: MI:

I     Dear Burt,
      Attached is the application with the revised project summary. Thank you for your review and guidance in this process.

       Kristina Tutton
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      From: Colleen Sullivan [mailto:colleen@eledronet.net]
      Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 2:20 PM
      To: kristina@electronet.net
      Subject:

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      ElectroNet Broadband Communications
      3411 Capital Medical Blvd
      Tallahassee FL 32308
        Oiy Pcnd Hrgional Heallkca~c
           l~tlotnlatianOrrnization




    Chairman                                      May 2, ,2008
    Dan Kaelin, MD
    Vascular Surgery Associates

    Co-Vice .Chair
                    E
    Sharon Roush, C O                             Mr. Burt Von Hoff,
    Cepital Regional Medical.Center
                                                  Executive Ofice of the Governor
    Co-Vice Chair                                 Ofice of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development
    Mark O'Etyant, President 8 C O
                                E                 The Capitol, Suite 2001
    Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare               Tallahassee, Florida 32399-000 1

    Members
    Capital Health Plan
    John Hogan, CEO
                                                  Dear Mr. Von H O E

    Capital Medical Society
    Karen Wendland, Exec. Director        1       Please find enclosed the Big Bend Rural Healthcare Information Organization's
                                                  (BBRHIO) package which includes the Project Outline, Checklist, and Attach-
                                                  merits for &e R U ~ Health Care Pilot I'm-.
                                                                      I                           Under the advisement and asuis-
    ElectroNet Intmrnedia consulting
    Allen Byington, President & C O
                                 E                tance by Karen Hintz, the BBRHIO is requesting financial assistance to Connect
                                                  Florida's Rural Health Care Providers to a dedicated Broadband Information
I   KWB Putttology Associates
    Jerry Harris, MD
    Medicsl Group of North Florida
                                          I       Network.

                                                  The enclosed package contains the following:
    Rick Damron, MD
                                                   A copy of the Organization's Articles of incorporation
    Patients First                                 A copy of the Organization's By-Laws
    Rsndy Reese, MD                                A copy of the Organization's Division of Corporation's Registration
    Radiology Associates of Tallahassee            A copy of the Internal Revenue Service Ruling
    John Detelich, Admlnistrator                   A project narrative

'   Sbuthern Medical Group                        However, the package is submitted to you with two contingencies, 1) Documen-
'   Debra Sundberg, Administrator
                                                  tation of Area Eligibilityand 2) Local Government Resolutions- Both of these
I
    Tallahassee Ear Nose F Throat
                         9                        items are contingent upon the responses frPm the eight counties involved in the
    Duncan Postma, MD                             Rural Health Care Program
    Tallahassee Community College
    Bill LAW, Pres. .
                                          I         e
                                                  W are excited to submit this application for your review and look forward to
                                                  hearing from you.
    Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic
                                  E
    Martin Shipman, President & C O       I   '   Sincerely,
    Tallahassee Primary Care Associates
    Tom Harrison, CEO

                                          I       Executive Director
                     Application for

Rural Health Care Support Mechanism in Enterprise Zones



                                 Pilot Program
      Rural Health Care ~roadban'd



    Connecting Florida's Rural Health Care Providers
       .   To a Broadband lnformation Network




                                                                   Prepared by:

                        Florida Center for health lnformation and Policy Analysis
                                          Agency for Health Care Administration
                              22727 Mahan Drive, MU116, Tallahassee, FL 32308

                         Big Bend Regional Healthcare Information Organization
                                 1911 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, FL 32308

                                                                  Submitted to:

                                                                  Burt Von Hoff
                                                Executive Office of the Governor
                           Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development
                                                         The Capitol, Suite 2001
                                               Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001
                                             Executke Summay

The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration and the Big Bend Regional Healthcare lnforrnation
Organization (BBRHIO), with a group of health care stakeholders from the public and private sectors,
propose to connect nine hospitals in eight rural counties in the Panhandle and Big Bend regions of North
Florida and connect them to the Big Bend Regional Healthcare lnformationOrganization in Tallahassee
and the Escambia Health lnformatlon Network in Pensacola. These rural counties are Calhoun, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Madison, and Taylor. These counties fall under Florida's Enterprise
Zones as outlined by the EconomicalDevelopment Council. Health information exchange services
delivered to the urban hospitals in Tallahassee and Pensacola can then be extended to the rural
hospitals. 'the nine rural hospitals will also have access to pediatric telehealth services from Children's
Medical Services in the Florida Department of Health (DOH) and from the Nemours children's medical
system. Continuing education services from the Florida State University (FSU) College of Medicine can
be offered to rural physicians.

The proposed pilot project will employ an existing ten gigabit per second optical fiber network built by
the Florida LamdaRail that runs throughout the state and parallels Interstate 10 in North Florida. The
Agency for Health Care Administration and the Big Bend Regional Healthcare lnformation Organization
propose to construct gigabit fiber facilities from the Florida LamdaRail interface points, to a constructed
point of presence (POP) in each of the eight counties, and then construct gigabit last mile connections to
the nine rural hospitals in the project.

Once the connections are complete, then each of the hospitals will be connected to the Big Bend
Regional Healthcare lnformation Organization, which will provide secure messaging services and
facilitate the transmission of large imaging files, to facilitate the transfer of x-rays, MRls, CAT scans from
fixed or mobile imaging units and other digital files between the rural and urban specialty providers in
their network. Building the gigabit fiber network will occur in the first of funding.

In year two of the proposed project, a broadband wireless network will be installed in each county to
provide broadband connectivity to each of the community health centers for the not-for-profit cllnics in
each county. The health information exchange services of the Big Bend Rural Healthcare lnformation
Organization will be extended to these clinics. Implementing the broadband wireless network will
expand the number of telehealth services available to rural physicians, and should result in better
quality of care for their rural patients.

                                                  Funding

The Big Bend Rural Healthcare Organization (BBRHIO) is seeking donations through the Economic
Development Council through the Enterprise Zone Programs. 'these programs include the Business
Equipment Sales Tax Refund, Building Materials Sales Tax Refund, as well as the Community
Contribution Tax Credit. The BBRHIO is also seeking funding through the Rural Infrastructure Fund
which includes Project Particlpant Grants, Feasibility Grants, and the Preclearance Review Grants.
Those Credits as well as the Grants will be used for the construction, implementation, and sustainability
of the project in eight Florida Counties. These counties are Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Madison, and Taylor which all include Enterprise Zones as outlined by the Economical
Development Council. The Community Contribution Tax Credit will be used as an incentive for for-profit
business to donate dollars, equipment, and/or products to the BBRHIO. The Project Participatlon Grants
will be applied to the total infrastructure project cost. The Feasibility Grants will be used to facilitate the
infrastructurefeasibility studies, design and engineering or other pla;lning and preparation activities.
The Preclearance Review Grants will be used to facilitate the acwss of rural communities to the
resources available through surveys, feasibility studies, and other activities related to the identification
and preclearance review of potential land use modifications.

                                       Estimated Total Project Costs

'the projected costs for the rural broadband pilot project in the first year are estimated at $9,099,931 for
the design, engineering, and construction of the gigabit optical fiber network, with $555,157 in monthly
recurring costs. The total estimated cost for the pilot project in the first year is $10,204,199. The
projected cost in the second year is $1,117,080 therefore the total project over Its two year life is
$11,321,199.




Over the two year life of the project the BBRHIO will employ those vendors who are qualified to
construct an estimated 260 miles of aerial fiber as well as those vendors to install and connect the fibers
throughout the designated eight counties. Vendors will also be employed to conduct feasibility studies;
to engineer the design of the network; and to provide project management, network provisioning, and
administrative support.

                                       Estimated Project Completion

The estimated completion of this project is December 2009.
I
.   I   .-   PROPOSED SPONSOR PROJECT OUTLINE
             Please mail this Project Outline, Checklist and attachments to:
                                      Burt Von Hoff
                             Executive Office of the Governor
                  Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development
                                  The Capitol; Suite 200 1
                             Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001
                        PHONE:850/487-2568; Fax: 850/487-3014
                              ERJ I I "BURT.VONHOFFGJ~YFLORIDA.
                               - I AZ:

        NAME OF AGENCY:
                            Jan
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        NAME OF PROJECT:                                               1

        CONTACT PERSON:


        TITLE:


        MAILING ADDRESS:




        PHONE:

        E-MAlk

        TYPE OF PROPOSED PROJECT:

                   Provide, construct, improve or substantially rehabilitate:
                                  Housing;
                                                       Homeownership opportunitiks;
                                                       All Other Housing
                                  Commercial resources and facilities;
                                  Industrial resources and facilities; or
                                  Public resources and facilities.

                   Improve entrepreneurial &job development opportunities for low-income persons.
                   Increase access to high-speed broadband capability in rural communities with an EZ
        PROJECT LOCATION:
                   Florida Enterprise Zone
                  Front Porch Community
                  Housing for Low-Income Persons (Enterprise Zone location)
                  Housing for Low-Income Persons (non Enterprise Zone location)
        PROJECT PROPOSAL CHECKLIST
 I. SPONSOR ELIGIBILITY DOCUMENTATION
 The sponsor must submit documentation of eligibility (if available):            J
                                                                         Articles of
  a copy of the organization's Articles of Incorporation,
                                                                         Incorporation
  a copy of the organization's By-Laws, or
  a copy of Division of Corporation's Registration Certificate, or      -LL-
                                                                         By-Laws
  a copy of the Internal Revenue Service eligibility letter, o r
  or other documentation of sponsor eligibility.                                 J
                                                                        Dept of State Letter
                                                                                 /
 These items should include effective dates'and all appropriate '                4
 signatures.      - .                                                   IRS Letter
                                  . .     .   .                         Other

 1 . PROJECT NARRATIVE
  1
The sponsor must submit a project narrative (usually 1 - 2 pages, although any
length is acceptable) that briefly and clearly:
      A. Describes the eligible project;
      B. Lists the types of donations sought;
      C. Identifies the uses for donations;
      D. Estimates the total project cost;                              ..   -
      E. Estimates the number of jobs (if applicable); and
      I?. Estimates the completion date of the project. '




1 1 DOCUMENTATION O F AREA ELIGIBILITY
 1.
The sponsor of a "community development" project must submit
documentation that the proposed project is located within a state       EZDA Letter
designated Enterprise Zone o r Front Porch Community (a letter
from an EZDA Coordinator or Front Porch Community Liaison or            Front Porch Letter
a map with project location highlighted will be acceptable).
Please note: projects designed to provide housing for low-income
persons are not required to be located within an Enterprise Zone.
                                                                        Housing: Not
                                                                        Applicable

IV. LOCAL GOVERNMENT RESOLUTION
The sponsor must submit a certified copy of a resoIution from a
Iocal government (where the project is located) stating that the
proposed project is "consistent with local plans and regulations        Resolution

(including comprehensive plans)".
                                  BYLAWS
                                     OF
       I
      B G BEND REGIONAL HEALTHCARE INFORMATION ORGANIZATION, INC.
                     A Florida Cornoration Not For Profit


                                        ARTICLE 1
                                    Administrative Matters
Section 1.01. Bylaws. These Bylaws constitute the rules and regulations of BIG BEND
REGIONAL HEALTHCARE INFORMATION ORGANIZATION, INC. (the "Corporation"),
a Florida corporation not for profit.
Sectlon 1.02. Seal. The seal of the Corporation shall be circular in form and shall have
inscribed thereon the name of the Corporation and the year and the state of incorporation.

Sectlon 1.03. Placa of Business. The principal place of business of the Corporation
shall be 1911 Miccosukee Rd, Tallahassee, Florida. The Corporation may have offices
within or without the State of Florida.

Section 1.04. Ffscal Year. The fiscal year of this Corporation shall end December of
each year unless changed by the Board.


                                          ARTICLE 2
                                          Membership
The Corporation shall have no voting members. The Board shall have the exclusive right
to establish one or more classes of nonvoting membership from time to time, to determine
the qualifications and rights of the members of each class and the manner of their
admission to membership, and to determine the terns, conditions, and limitations
applicable to such members, if any, including without limitation the right to establish
additional or different classes of membership. The Board shall adopt, from time to time, a
form of application for membership and a schedule of membership dues, if any, which
application and dues may vary for each class of members.


                                          ARTICLE 3
                                           Directors

Section 3.01. Duties. The powers of the Corporation shall b e exercised by or under the
authority of, and the affairs of the Corporation shall be managed under the direction of, the
Board.

Section 3.02. Number of Directors and Tenure. As set forth in the Articles of
Incorporation, the initial Board consists of ffieen members who shall be appointed by the
entities specified in the Articles of Incorporation. The number of directors may b e

                      Big Bend Regional Health Information Organization, lnc.
                                           BY-LAWS
                                         .Page 1 of 10
 increased or decreased from time to time, but in no case shall the number of directors be
 less than three appointed by a majority of the Board;provided, however, no decrease shall
 have the effect of shortening the term of any incumbent director. The terrns of the initial
 directors shall expire at the first annual meeting of the Corporation at which directors are
 elected. Notwithstanding the foregoing, however, each director shall hold office until his
 successor shall have been nominated by the member and approved by the Board.
 Directors must be natural persons who are eighteen years of age or older, but need not be
 residents of Florida.

Section 3.03. Election and Removal. At the annual meeting of the Board of Directors,
the directors to hold office until the next succeeding annual meeting (or until their
successors have been nominated by the member and approved by the Board) shall be
elected by the affirmative vote of a majority of the incumbent directors. It is the intent of
the Board to consist of representatives of the entities initially appointed by the Board of
Directors unless determined otherwise by two-thirds of the Board of Directors. If directors
are not elected at the annual meeting, the incumbent directors shall continue in office until
their successors are elected and qualified. A member of the Board may be removed with
or without cause by a vote of a majority of the Board, or the entity initially appointing the
member.

Section 3.04. Vacancies. Whenever a. vacancy occurs in the Board by death,
resignation, removal, increase in the number of directors, or otherwise, the same may be
filled by the affirmative vote of a majority of the remaining directors though less than a
quorum of the Board, and the director so elected shall hold office for the unexpired term of
his predecessor in office, except that any director elected by reason of an increase in the
number of directors shall hold office only until the next election of directors.
Section 3.05. Place, Call. and Adiournment of Directors' Meetlnss. Meetings of the
Board may be held either within or without the State of Florida. Meetings of the Board may
be called by the President of the Corporation or by any two directors. The President shall
preside at all Board meetings. Notice of such meeting shall not be less than three (3)
days, unless warranted by the Board.

Except as othewise provided by statute or by the Articles of Indrporation, a majority of
the directors present at a meeting, whether or not a quorum is present, may adjourn any
meeting to another time and place. Notice of any adjoumment of a meeting to another
time or place shall be given, in writing, to the directors who were not present at the time of
the adjoumment and, unless such time and place are announced at the meeting. to the
other directors.

Section 3.06. Annual Meetinas, -The Board shall meet each year for the purpose of
organization, election of officers, and considemtion of any other business that may
properly be brought before the meeting. Such annual meeting shall be held on such date
each year as established by the Board.
Section 3.07. Other Meetinas. Except as otheiwise provided by statute or by the
Articles of Incorporation or these Bylaws, other meetings of the Board may be held upon
                      Big Bend Regional Health Information organization, Inc.
                                          BY-LAWS
                                         Page 2 of 'I0
written notice by mail, telegram or cablegram at least two days prior to the day for such
 meeting or upon notice by telephone at least one day prior to the day for such meeting.
 Notice of any meeting of the Board may be waived in writing signed by the person or
persons entitled to such notice, whether before or after the time of such meeting.
Attendance of a director at such meeting shall constitute a waiver of notice t h e ~ o f unless
                                                                                         ,
the director expressly protests the insufficiency of notice at the beginning of the meeting.
The purpose or purposes of such meeting of the Board need not be specified in the notice
or waiver of notice of such meeting. Majority shall mean .fifty-onepercent (51%) or more of
the Board members.

Section 3.08. Quorum and Acts. Except as otherwise provided by statute or by the
Articles of Incorporation, a majority of the members of the Board shall constitute a quorum
for the transaction of business. The act of a majority of the directors present at a meeting
at which a quorum is present shall be the act of the Board, except that any action required
or permitted to be taken at any meeting of the Board may be taken without a meeting if a
consent in writing, setting forth the action to be taken, signed by all of the directors, is filed
in the minutes of the proceedings of the Board.

Merr~bers the Board or any committee thereof shall be deemed present at any meeting
          of
of the Boad or the committee if a conference telephone or other sirrlilar communications
equipment by means of which all persons participating in the meeting can hear and speak
to each other is used.
Members of the Board shall be permitted to grant a written proxy to another Board
member or designate another person to act on the member's behalf, consistent with
Section 607.0722, F.S.

Section 3.09. Resignation. Any director of the Corporation may resign at any time by
giving written notice to the Board, the President, or the Secretary of the Corporation. Such
resignation shall take effect at the time specified therein, and unless otherwise specified
therein, the acceptance of such resignation shall not be necessary to make it effective.

Section 3.10. Committees.. resolution adopted by a majority of the entire Board, the
                                By
Board may designate from among its members an executive committee and other
committees, each to serve until the next succeeding annual meeting and until their
successors have been designated and each of which, to the extent provided in the
resolution, shall have all the authority of the Board, except that no such committee shall
have authority to:

       (a)    fill vacancies on the Board or any committee thereof:
      (b)     amend the Bylaws; or

      (c)     obligate the Board financially or contractually.

'The Board may designate one or more directors as alternate members of any such
committee, who may replace any absent member or members at any meeting of such

                      Big Bend Regional Health Information Organization, Inc.
                                          BY-LAWS
                                         Page 3 of 10
 committee, each to serve until the next succeeding annual meeting and until thelr
 successors have been designated.

 Unless a greater proportion is required by the resolution designating a committee, a
majority of the entire authorized number of members of such committee shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of business, and the vote of a majority of the members present
at a meeting at the time of such vote, if a quorum is then present, shall be the act of such
committee, except that any action which may be taken at a meeting of such committee
may be taken without a meeting if consent in writing, setting forth the action so to be taken,
signed by all of the members of the committee, is filed in the minutes of'the proceedings of
the committee.

Any committee created hereunder shall serve at the pleasure of the Board, and a member
thereof may be removed or the entire cornmittee dissolved, with or without cause, by
majorrty vote of the entire Board.

Section 3.1 1. Advisow Committees. By resolution adopted by a majority of the entire
Board, the Board may designate an advisory committee of persons, who need not be
directors or members, to counsel with the Board in respect of the affairs of the
Corporation. The advisory committee may make recommendations to the Board on
matters pertaining to the objects and purposes for which the committee was formed and
shall conduct its operations in the manner provided for committees of the Board, but shall
not have or exercise any of the authority of the Board.

Section 3.12. Cornrwnsatlon. Directors and committee members shall senre without
compensation, but shall be reimbursed for travel and lodging expenses incurred for
attendance at meetings of the Board or the committee, as applicable. Directors and
committee members may be reimbursed for ordinary and necessary expenses previously
approved by the Board of Directors.

Section 3.13. interest of a Director in Transactions. No contract or other transaction
shall be permitted between the Corporation and its directors if such contract or other
transaction would constitute an act of selfdealing or otherwise contravene any of the
requirements of the Articles of Incorporation.
No contract or other transaction between the Corporation and one or more of its directors
or any other corporation, firm, association, or entity in which one or more of its directors
are directors or officers or are financially interested, shall be either void or voidable
because of such relationship or interest or because such director or directors are present
at the meeting of the Board (or a committee thereof) which authorizes, approves, or ratifies
such contract or other transaction or because his or their votes are counted for such
purpose, if (i) the fact of such director's relationship or interest is disclosed or known to the
Board or committee which authorizes, approves, or ratifies the contract or other
transaction by a vote or consent sufficient for the purpose without counting the vote or
consent of such interested director; or (ii) the contract or other transaction is fair and
reasonable as to the Corporation at the time it is authorized by the Board or a committee.

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 Common or interested directors may be counted in determining the presence of a quorum
 at a meeting of the Board (or a committee thereof) which authorizes, approves, or ratifies
 such contract or other transaction.


                                          ARTICLE 4
                                           Officers
Section 4.01. Officers. At the annual meeting each year, the Board shall elect a
President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer, and such other oflicers and assistant officers as
may be deemed appropriate by the Board. Any two or more offlces may be held by the
same person. All officers shall serve until the next annual meeting of the Board and until
their earlier resignation, removal from office, inability to act, or death.

Section 4,02. Vacancies. Whenever a vacancy occurs in any office by resignation,
removal, inability to act, death, increase in the number of officers of the Corporation, or
othennrise, the same shall be filled' by the Board, and the officer so elected shall hold office
until his successor is elected and qualified.

Section4.03. Duties. The President shall be the chief executive officer                 of the
Corporation and shall preside at all meetings of the Board.
The Secretary shall have custody of and maintain all of the corporate records, except the
financial records, and shall perbrrn such duties as are from time to time assigned by the
Board.

The Treasurer shall have custody of all corporate funds and financial records, shall keep
full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements, and render account thereof at
the annual meeting and whenever else required by the Board or President, and shall
perform such duties as are from time to time assigned by the Board.

Section 4.04. Comaensatlon. The compensation of the officers, if any, shall be
determined, from time to time, by the Board.

Sectlon 4.05. Removal. Any officer elected or appointed by the Board may be removed
by the Board whenever in its judgment the best interests of the Corporation will be sewed
thereby. Removal shall be without prejudice to the contract rights, if any, of the person
removed. Election or appointment of an officer shall not of itself create contract rights.

Section 4.06. Resianation. Any officer of the Corporation may resign at any time by
giving written notice to the Board, the President, or the Secretary of the Corporation. Such
resignation shall take effect at the time specified therein, and unless otherwise specified
therein, the acceptance of such resignation shall not be necessary to make it effective.
Section 4.07. Corporate Instruments. All checks and drafts on, and withdrawals from,
the Corporation's accounts with banks or other financial institutions, and all bills of
exchange, notes and other instruments for the payment of money, drawn, made,

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 endorsed, or accepted by the Corporation. shall be signed on its behalf by the person or
 persons thereunto authorized by, or pursuant to resolution of, the Board.


                                          ARTICLE 5
                                         Amendments
The Board by a majority vote shall have the power to alter, amend, or repeal the Bylaws or
adopt new Bylaws.


                                          ARTICLE 6
                                            Books
Section 6.01. Kee~lna     Books and Records. The Corporation will keep complete and
accurate books and records, and will also keep minutes of the proceedings of its Board
and committees. 'The Corporation will keep at its principal place of business a
membership register giving the names, addresses, and other details of the membership, if
any, and the original or a copy of its Bylaws, including amendments to date certified by the
Secretary of the Corporation.

Section 6.02. Inspection. All books and records of the Corporation may be inspected by
any director for any proper purpose at any reasonable time on written demand stating
such purpose.


                                         ARTICLE 7
                                       Indemnification

Section 7.01. Standard of Conduct. Any person who was or is a party, or is threatened
to be made a party, to any threatened, pending, or completed action, suit, or proceeding,
whether civil, criminal, administrative, or investigative, and whether fonnal or informal
(collectively referred to hereinafter as "pmceeding"), by reason of the fact that he is or was
a director, officer, employee, or agent (including a volunteer) of the Corporation, or is or
was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer, employee, or agent
(including a volunteer) of another corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust, or other
enterprise, shall be indemnified by the Corporation, pursuant to a determination by a court
or as authorized by the Corporation in the specific case, as follows:

       (a)    With respect to any proceeding other than an action by or in the right of the
              Corporation, he shall be indemnified against expenses (including attorneys'
              fees), judgments, fines, penalties, and amounts paid in settlement actually
              and reasonably incurred by him in connection with such proceeding,
              including any appeal thereof, if he acted in good faith and in a manner he
              reasonably believed to be in, or not opposed to, the best interests of the
              Corporation and, with respect to any criminal action or proceeding, had no
              reasonable cause to believe his conduct was unlawful.

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        (b)     With respect to any proceeding by or in the right of the Corporation to
                procure a judgment in its favor, he shall be indemnified against expenses
                (including attorneys' fees) and amounts paid in settlement not exceeding, in
               the judgment of Board, the estimated expense of litigating the proceeding to
               conclusion, actually and reasonably incurred by him in connection with the
               defense or settlement of such proceeding, including any appeal thereof, if he
               acted in good faith and in a manner he reasonably believed to be in, or not
               opposed to, the best interests of the Corporation; provided, tiowever, that no
               indemnification shall be made under this subsection in respect of any claim,
               issue or matter as to which such person shalt have been adjudged to be
               llable unless, and only to the extent that, any court of competent jurisdiction
               shall determine upon application that such person is fairly and reasonably
               entitled to indemnity for such expenses as the Court shall deem proper.

To the extent that such person has been successful on the merits or otherwise in defense
of any proceeding referred to in this section, or in defense of any claim, issue, or matter
therein, he shall be indemnified against expenses (including attorneys' fees) actually and
reasonably incurred by him in connection therewith.
Section 7.02. Determination bv Cornoration. (1) A determination by the Corporation in
the specific case that indemnification is proper in the circumstances because the
applicable standard of conduct has been met shall be made:

       (a)     by the Board by a majority vote of a quorum consisting of directors who were
               not parties to such proceeding;

       (b)    if such a quorum is not obtainable, or even if obtainable, by majority vote of
              a committee duly designated by the Board (in which designation directors
              who are parties may participate), which committee consists solely of two or
              more directors not at the time parties to such proceeding; or

       (c)    by independent legal counsel selected by the Board prescribed in
              subparagraph (a) or the committee prescribed in subparagraph (b); or if
              such quotum is not obtainable and such committee cannot be designated,
              selected by majority vote of the entire Board (in which vote directors who are
              parties may participate).

Evaluation of the reasonableness of expenses and authorization of indemnification shall
be made in the same manner as prescribed above for the determination that
indemnification is permissible. However, if the determination of permissibility is made by
independent legal counsel, then the other persons specified in Subsection (l)(c) above
shall evaluate the reasonableness of expenses and may authorize indemnification.

Section 7.03. Advancement of Expenses. Expenses (including attorneys' fees)
incurred by an officer or director in defending a proceeding may be paid by the Corporation
in advance of the final disposition of such proceeding upon receipt of an undertaking by or
on behalf of such director or oflicer to repay such amount if he is ultimately found not to be
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 entitled to indemnification as authorized in these Bylaws or pursuant to applicable law.
 Expenses incurred by other employees and agents may be paid in advance upon such
 terms or conditions as the Board determines appropriate.

 Section 7.04. Contlnuation. Indemnification and advancement of expenses hereunder
 shall continue, unless othewise provided when authorized or ratified, as to a person who
 has ceased to be a director, officer, employee, or agent and shall inure to the benefit of the
 heirs, executors, and administrators of such person.

Section 7.05. Nonexclusivitv. The foregoing rights of indemnification and advancement
of expenses are not exclusive of any other rights to which any such person may be
otherwise entitled apart from these Bylaws and shall not be deemed to limit the power of
the Corporation to make any other or further indemnification or advancement of expenses
as permitted under any applicable taw.

Section 7.06. Limitation on Indemnification. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions,
indemnification or advancement of expenses shall not be made to or on behalf of any
director, officer, employee, or agent if a judgment or o*er final adjudication establishes
that his actions, or omissions to act, were material to the cause of action so adjudicated
and constitute:

        (a)    a violation of the criminal law, unless the director, officer, employee, or agent
               had 'reasonable cause to believe his .conduct was lawful or had no
               reasonabte cause to believe his conduct was unlawful;

        (b)    a transaction from which the director, officer, employee, or agent derived an
               improper personal benefit;

       (c)     in the cxise of a director, a circumstance under which the liabil'ity provisions
               of Section 607.083h, Florida Statutes, are applicable;

       (d)    willful misconduct or a conscious disregard for the best interests of the
               Corporation in a proceeding by or in the right of the Corporation to procure a
              judgment in its favor or in a proceeding by or in the right of a member; or

       (e)    in. a proceeding by or in the right of someone other than the Corporation or a
              shareholder, recklessness or an act or omission which was committed in
              bad faith or with malicious purposeor in a manner exhibiting wanton and
              willful disregard of human rights, safety,.or property.

Section 7.07. Insurance. The Board may authorize the purchase and maintenance of
insurance on behalf of any person who is or was a director, officer, employee, or agent of
the Corporation, or is or was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer,
employee, or agent of another corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust, or other
enterprise against any liability asserted against him and incurred by him in any such
capacity or arising out of his status as such, whether or not the Corporation would have


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the power to indemnify him against such liability under the provisions of these Bylaws or
applicable law.

 Section 7.08. Notlce. If any expenses or other amounts are paid by way of
 indemnification (other than by court order, or an insurance carrier pursuant to insurance
maintained by the Corporation), the Corpora~on     shall deliver either personally or by mail to
each member of the Board of Directors at the time entitled to vote for the election of
directors a statement specifying the persons paid, the amount paid, and the nature and
status at the time of such payment of the litigation or threatened litigation. Such statement
shall be delivered not later than the next annual meeting, unless such meeting is held
within three months from the date of such payment, and, in any event, within 15 months
from the date of such payment.
Section 7.09. Savinas Clause.         If this Article 7, or any portion hereof shall be
invalidated on any ground by any court of competent jurisdiction, then the Corporation
shall nevertheless indemnify each person entitled to indemnification under Section 7.01,
as to all expense, liability and loss (including attorneys' fees, judgments, fines, ERISA
excise taxes, penalties and amounts to be paid in settlement) actually and reasonably
incurred or suffered by such person and for which indemnification is available to such
person pursuant to this Article 7, to the full extent permitted by any applicable portion of
this Article 7, that shall not have been invalidated and to the full extent permitted by
applicable law.



                                          ARTICLE 8
                                        Exempt Status

The Corporation has been organized and will be operated exclusively for exempt
purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
("Code") and, as such, wilt be exempt from taxation under Section 501(a) of the Code.
Any provision of these Bylaws or of the Articles of Incorporation which would in any
manner adverseiy affect the Corporation's tax exempt status shall be void and shall be
deleted or modified as necessary to comply with all applicable federal and state
requirements for the maintenance of the Corporation's tax exempt status.

Dated as of the I Z * d a y of t%&4i&c            ,2005.




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Allen Byington




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                      ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
                                     OF
      BIG BEND REGIONAL HEALTHCARE INFORMATION ORGANIZATION, INC.
                     A Florida Not-formofit Corporation

The undersigned, a majority of whom are citizens of the United States, desire to form a
non-profit corporation under the "Florida Not For Profit Corporation Act" (Chapter 617,
Florida Statutes) and do hereby certify:


                                            Article 1.
                                              -
                                             Name
The name of this Corporation shall be Blg Bend Reglonal Healthcare Information
Organization, Inc.


                                            Artlcle 2.
                                        Principal Office

The principal place of business and mailing address of the Corporation shali be 1911
Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32308.


                                         Article 3.
                                     Cornorate Purnases
The Corporation shall be a nonprofit organization formed and operated exclusively for
charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes within the meaning of Section
501(c)(3) the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal
          of
tax code, including the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt
organizations under Section 501(c)(3).


                                          Article 4.
                                      Corporate Powers

The Corporation shall have and exercise all powers accorded not-for-profit corporations
under the laws of the State of Florida which are not in conflict with the Corporation's
exempt purposes as provided in Article 3 above. Specifically, no part of the assets or the
net earnings of the Corporation shall inure to the benefit of or be distributable to any
officer, director, member, or any other person, except that the Corporation shall be
authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to
make payments and distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in Article 3
above. No substantial part of the activities of the Corporation shall be dedicated to
attempting to influence legislation by propaganda or otherwise. 'The Corporation shall not
participate or intervene in any political campaign (including the publishing or distribution of

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statements) on behalf of any candidate for public ofice. Notwithstanding any other
provision of these Articles, the Corporation shall not carty on any activities not permitted to
be carried on by a corporation exempt from federal income tax pursuant to Section
501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and to which deductible contributions may be
made under Sections 170,2055, or 2522 of the lntemal Revenue Code, as applicable.


                                          Article 5.
                                 ,    Board of Directors
Section 5.01. The powers of the Corporation shall be exercised by or under the authority
of, and the affairs of the Corporation shall be managed under the direction of, a Board of
 Directors, the number of which may be either increased or decreased from time to time as
regulated by the Bylaws but shall consist of not fewer than three. The manner and method
of election of the Board of Directors shall be as stated in the Bylaws of the Corporation.
Where not inconsistent with Chapter 617, Florida Statutes, and the express provisions of
these Articles of Incorporation, the Board of Directors shall have all the rights, powers, and
privileges prescribed by law of directors of corporations for profit.
Section 5.02. The initial Board of Direcbrs of the Corporation shall consist of fawn
members, to be selected by each entity set forth below, who shall hold office for such
terms as provided in the Bylaws of the Corporation and until their successors have been
nominated by the member and accepted by the Board or until their earlier resignation,
removal fmm office, inability to act, or death:


Vascular Surgery Associates                      Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare
 91
I 1 Miccosukee Road                              1300 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee, FL 32308                            Tallahassee, FL 32308




Capital Regional Medical Center                  Tallahassee Ear Nose & Throat
2626 Capital Medical Blvd.                       1405 Centerville Rd. Suite 5400
Tallahassee, FL 32308                            Tallahassee, FL 32308




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 ElectroNet Intermedia Consulting                Capital Health Plan
 341 1 Capital Medical Blvd.                     2 140 Centenrille Place
 Tallahassee, FL 32308-4425                      Tallahassee, FL 32308




Tallahassee Community College                   Tallahassee Primary Care
444 Appleyard Dr.                                  Associates
Tallahassee, FL 32304                           1803 Miccosukee Commons Dr.
                                                Tallahassee, FL 32308




KWB Pathology Associates                        Southern Medical Group, P.A.
1899 Eider Court                                1401 Centerville Road, Suite 500
Tallahassee, FL 32308                           Tallahassee, FL 32308




Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic                   Medical Group of North Florida
3334 Capital Medical Blvd., Suite 400           2626 Care Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308                      Tallahassee, FL 32308




Capital Medical Society                        Radiology Associates
1204 Miccosukee Road                           1600 Phillips Rd.
Tallahassee, FL' 32308                         Tallahassee, FL 32308




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r
      Patients First
      2907 Kerry Forest Pkwy.
      Tallahassee, FL 32309




                                               Article 6.
                                              Amendments
    These Articles of Incorporation may be amended by the affirmative vote of at least two-
    thirds of the members of the Board of Directors present at any regular or special meeting
    provided proper notice of the changes to be made has been given and a quorum is
    present, or without a meeting if a consent in writing, signed by the number of Directors
    whose votes would be necessary to authorize such amendment at a meeting, is filed in the
    minutes of the Corporation. Within ten (10) days after obtaining such authorization by
    written consent, notice summarizing the adion shall be given to those Directors who have
    not consented in writing.


                                                Article 7.
                                               Dissolution
     Upon dissolution, all of the Corporation's assets remaining after payment of all costs and
    expenses of such dissolution shall be distributed (i) for one or more exempt purposes to
    any organization which shall then be qualified for exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the
    Internal Revenue Code and to which a contribution shall be permitted as a deduction
    under Sections 170, 2055, or 2522 as applicable, (ii) to the federal government, or (iii) to a
    state or local government for a public purpose. Any assets not so disposed of shall be
    disposed of by a court of competent jurisdiction of the county in which the principal office
    of the corporation is then located, exclusively for such purposes, or, as the said court shall
    determine, to one or more such organizations as have been organized and operated
    exclusively for such purposes. None of the assets shall be distributed to any officer,
    director, or member of the Corporation, or any other person or organization not described
    in the preceding sentence.




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                                                  Article 8.
                                   Registered Office and Reslstered Aaent
 The name and Florida street address of the Registered Agent of the Corporation are as
 follows:

                                                   Robert A. Pierce
                                               227 South Calhoun Street
                                              Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Having been named as registered agent to accept sewice of process for the above-named
corporation at the place designated in this document, I am familiar with and accept the
appointment as registeered agent and agree to act in this capacity.


                                        Robert A. Pierce, Registered Agent


                                                      Article 9.
                                                   f ncornorators

The names and addresses of the incorporators of the Corporation are:


 Allen Byington
 Chairman & Chief Operating Officer
 ElectroNet Intermedia ~onsulting
 34 1 1 Capital Medical Blvd.
 Tallahassee, Florida 32308-4425




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have executed these Articles of Incorporation f Big Bend
    onal Health lnformation Organlzatlon, Inc., on this          12 day of                   8-
                           ,2005.
                                                             Date:   @&                 12    ,2005


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      in the 'ORicerIDlrector Signature' block below. A corporate name is not allowed in thls block.




      This signature must be h a t of the individual "signing" this document electronlcelly or be made with
      the full knowledge and permission of the individual, otherwise it constitutes forgery under
      s.831.06, Florida Statutes. The individual "signing" thls document affirms that the facts stated
      herein are true.
.-   Internal Revenue Service                                                        Departmcut of thc Treasury
     Director, EO Rulings & Agreements
     P.O. 2508
          Box
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                                                                                     Employer Identification Number:
                                                                                         20-41 12946
     Date: April 28,2006                                                             Docunent L c t r Number;
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                                                                                          17053-096-00001-6
                                                                                     Toll Free Number: 877-829-5500
     BIG BEND REGIONAL HEALTHCAFZ INFORMATION                                        FAX Number:         513-263-3756
     ORGANIZATION INC                                                                Application F o m 1023
     C/O ALLEN BYINGTON
     1911 MICCOSUKEE RD                                                               sr
                                                                                     U e Fee Paid:      $500.00
     TALLAHASSEE, PL 32308




     Acknowledgement o Your Request
                      f

     We received your application for exemption h r n federal income tax. When communicating with us, please refer to the
     employer identitlation number and document locator number shown above.

     What Happens Nab?

     Your application was entered into our computer system at our processing center in Covington, Kentucky, and has been
     sent to our Cincinnati office for initial review. We approve some applications based on this review. If this is the case, you
     will receive a letter stating that you are exempt from federal incornc tax.

     If the initial review indicates that additional information or changes are necessary, your application will be assigned to an
     Exempt Organization Specialist who will call or write you. We assign applications in the order we receive them.

     If the additional information indicates that you qualify for exemption, iou will receive a letter stating that you are exempt
     from federal income tax. If you do not qualify for exemption, we will send you a letter telling you why we believe you do
     not qualify and will include a complete exphination of your appeal rights.

     The IRS does not issue "tax exempt numbers" or "tax exempt certificates" for state or local sales or income taxes. If you
     need exemption from these taxes, contact your state or local tax offices.

     How long MI t i process take?
                  hs

     Normally, you may expect to hear from us within 120 days. If you do not, call our toll free number at 1-877-829-5500
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     you would rather write than call, please include a copy of this notice with your correspondence.




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                                                                                               Notice 3367 (cg) (Rev. 12f2000)
                            \   RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, CERTIFYING. THAT THE BIG BEND
REGIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION ORGANIZATION PROGRAM IS
CONSISTENT WITH LOCAL PLANS AND REGULATIONS AND
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

       WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida (the
Board) recognizes and acknowledges the importance of increasing access to high-speed
broadband capability in rural communities with Enterprise Zones in Taylor County; and

        WHEREAS, Big Bend Regional Health Information Organization, (the
Organization), a 501 C-3 not for profit organization located at 1911 Miccosukee Road,
Tallahassee, Florida 32308, created to increase access to high-speed broadband capability
in rural communities; and

      WHEREAS, the Organization's Rural Health Care Program (the Program) will
connect North Florida's rural health care providers to a broadband information network;
and

       WHEREAS; and the Program proposes to connect nine hospitals in eight rural
counties in the Panhandle and Big Bend regions of North Florida to the Organization in
Tallahassee and the Escambia Health Information network in Pensacola; and

         WHEREAS, Chapters 212,'220,and 624 of the Florida Statutes, provides
corporate income tax, insurance premium tax, and sales tax funds (for businesses
registered to collect and remit sales taxes with the Florida Department of Revenue) such
as the community contribution tax credit, as set out in sections 212.08 (5), 220.1 83 and
624.5 105 of the Florida Statutes and in Rule 8E- 17 of the Florida Administrative Code,
as an incentive to encourage businesses to make donations of cash, property and goods to
be used toward eligible programs that increase access to high-speed broadband capability
in rural communities; and

        WHEREAS, the criteria set forth in ~ l o r i d a
                                                       Statutes require certification by local
government that programs are consistent with local plans and regulations including the
Comprehensive Plan as included in the application for community contribution tax
credits; and


NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONNERS
OF TAYLOR COUNTY that:

        1.     The Board hereby supports the Organization's Program created to increase
access to high-speed broadband capability in rural communities.




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        2.     The Board confirms that the Organization's Program is consistent with
local plans and regulations including the Comprehensive Plan.

       3.     The Taylor County Clerk of the Board of Commissioners is hereby
authorized and directed to file this resolution with the State of Florida's Office of
Tourism, Trade and Economic Development of the Executive Office of the Governor,
The Capitol, Suite 2001,32399-0001 to enable the Organization to obtain approval for its
Program.

       4.     This resolution shall become effective upon its adoption.

       DONE, ADOPTED, AND PASSED by the Board of County Commissioners of
Taylor County, Florida this th day of ,2008.



                             TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA


                             BY:
                                    CLAY BETHEA, Chairman
                                    Board of County Commissioners



ATTEST:
ANNIE MAE MLTRPHY, Clerk of the Court
Taylor County, Florida


BY:




Approved as to Form:
Taylor County Attorney's Office
TAYLOR County, Florida


CONRAD BISHOP, Esq.
County Attorney




                                      Page 2 of 2
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:                I June 17,2008
Statement of Issue:   County Administrator to discuss Department of Corrections Inmate Work
                      Squad contract renewal.

Recommended Action:

Fiscal Impact:        $56,467

Submitted By: Jack R. Brown                      Contact: 850-838-3500 ext. 7


                  SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:     The annual contract between the Taylor County Board of County
                            Commissioners and the Florida Department of Corrections for an
                            inmate work squad dedicated to the Road Department is due to
                            expire on November 3,2008. The work squad performs ditch
                            work, tree limb removal, trash pickup, culvert clean outs, etc.
                            Renewal cost of this contract is $56,467.

Options:                    Renew contract1not renew contract

Attachments:                Contract expiration notice and draft contract amendment
                              FLORIDA
                              DEPARTMENT of
                              CORRECTIONS                                                      Governor
                                                                                               CHARLIE CRIST

                                                                                              Secretary
                                                                                              WALTER A. MCNEIL
    2601 Blair Stone Road   Tallahassee, FL 32399-2500                                        http://www.dc.state.fl.us




                May 14,2008



                Jack Brown, County Administrator
                Taylor County
                201 East Green Street                                                                                     I
                Perry, Florida 32347
~               Subject: Contract No. WS428 - Taylor County Board of County Commissioners                                 I

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                Dear Mr. Brown:
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                Contract No. WS428 with the Taylor County Board of county Commissioners
                will expire on November 3, 2008. Accordingly, I am enclosing a Contract Expiration
                Notification (CEN) Form, a draft Amendment #1 (renewal) and a draft Addendum A for your
                review.

                Please complete the Contract Expiration Notification Form indicating your desire to renew the
                contract or allow it to expire and mail it back to me by Friday, June 13,2008.

               Please note that we need to include in the renewal the name and contact information of the
               individual to whom invoices should be sent. I would therefore appreciate inclusion of the
               requested information when the CEN is returned.

               If you have any questions, please feel fiee to contact me at (850) 410-4573.

                Sincerely,




               Correctional services Consultant

               Iemp
               Enclosures
                                    DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
                                  BUREAU O F PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY
                                 CONTRACT EXPIRATION NOTIFICATION
DATE:       May 14,2008
TO:         Jack Brown, County Administrator

FROM:       Emily M. Phelps, Correctional Services Consultant
RE:         Contract: WS428 - Taylor CI - Taylor County Board of County Commissioners
            Work Squad: 1 squad consisting of 1 Correctional Officer, 10 Inmates each
            Expires: November 3,2008

NOTE: The above-referenced contract will expire on the above listed date.
Please advise as to your preference:
[7 Do not renew. Note: Contract will expire on date specified.
[7 Process renewal of contract.

1. Did the Work Squad provide services (according to the scope of service) outlined in the above-referenced
   contract:
    a. were necessary reports provided in the required timeframe?                         Yes     No      NIA
    b. were invoices submitted in the required timeframe?                                 Yes     No      NIA
    c. were services delivered in accordance with the terms & conditions?                 Yes     No

2. Please explain any "negative" responses and attach documentation, if applicable.

3. Rate the overall performance of service as outlined in the Scope of Service under the contract identified above:

                Excellent                     Good                      Satisfactory                   Unacceptable
          90% or better compliance       89%-75% compliance          74%-60% compliance                 59% or below
    If Unacceptable is checked, you are requested to provide an explanation.



    SIGNED:                                                                      (Date)
              Agency Representative


                      If you have any questions, please contact Emily Phelps at (850) 410-4573.


                        PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO:
                           Emily Phelps, Bureau of Institutional Support Services
                                          2601 Blair Stone Road
                                     Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2500




WS Revised 1/03/08                                                             INTERNAL WORKING DOCUMENT
                                                                                CONTRACT # WS428
                                                                                    Amendment # 1




                            CONTRACT AMENDMENT BETWEEN

                           THE DEPARTMENT O F CORRECTIONS

                                                 AND

               TAYLOR COUNTY, BOARD O F COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

This is an Amendment to the Contract between the Florida Department of Corrections
("Department") and Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners ("'Agency") to provide for the
use of inmate labor in work programs.

    This Amendment:

         renews the Contract for one (1) year pursuant to Section I., B., Contract Renewal;
         revises the end date of the Contract referenced in Section I., A., Contract ~ e r m ;
         replaces Addendum A with Revised Addendum A, effective November 4,2008;
         revises Section III., COMPENSATION; and
         revises Section VI., TERMINATIONICANCELLATION.

                   Original contract period: November 4,2007 through November 3,2008

In accordance with Section V., CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS, the following changes are
hereby made:

1. Section I., A., Contract Term, is hereby revised to read:

   A. This Contract began November 4,2007 and shall end at midnight on November 3,2009.

       This Contract is in its final renewal year.

2. Pursuant to Section III., Compensation, A., 5, the rate of compensation is amended to reflect the
   rates indicated in Revised Addendum A. Addendum A is hereby replaced with Revised
   Addendum A, effective November 4,2008.

3. Section III., COMPENSATION, is hereby revised to add:

   C. Submission of Invoice(s)

       The name, address and telephone niunber of the Agency's official representative to whom
       invoices shall be submitted to is as follows:
       [INSERT NAME, TITLE]
       [INSERT AGENCY NAME]
       [ADDRESS]

                                              Page 1 of 3
                                                                                    CONTRACT # WS428
                                                                                        Amendment # 1

            [CITY, FL, ZIP]
            [TELEPHONE]
            [FAXI
            [E-MAIL]
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    4. Section VI.,   TERMINATIONICANCELLATION,is hereby revised to read:
        Termination at Will

       This Contract may be terminated by the Contractor upon no less than sixty (60) calendar days'
       notice and upon no less than thirty (30) calendar days by the Department, without cause, unless
       time is mutually agreed upon by both parties. Notice shall be delivered by certified mail (return
       receipt requested), by other method of delivery whereby an original signature is obtained, or in-
       person with proof of delivery. In the event of termination, the Department will be paid for all
       costs incurred and hours worked up to the time of termination. The Department shall reimburse
       the Agency any advance payments, prorated as of the last day worked.

    All other terms and conditions of the original Contract remain in full force and effect.

    This Amendment shall begin on the date on which it is signed by both parties.


                                 THIS SPACE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK




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                                                                     CONTRACT # WS428
                                                                         Amendment # 1

IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Amendment to be executed by their
undersigned officials as duly authorized.


AGENCY: TAYLOR COUNTY, BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SIGNED
BY:

NAME:

TITLE:


DATE:

FEID #:


DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS                                 Approved as to form and legality,
                                                          subject to execution.

SIGNED                                       SIGNED
BY:                                          BY:

NAME:     Richard D. Davison                 NAME:        Kathleen Von Hoene

TITLE:    Deputy Secretary                   TITLE:       General Counsel
          Department of Corrections                       Department of Corrections

DATE:                                        DATE:
                                                 REVISED Addendum A
                   Inmate Work Squad Detail of Costs For Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners
                           Interagency Contract Number WS428 EFFECTIVE November 4,2008
***ENTER MULTIPLIERS IN SHADED BOXES ONLY IF TO BE INVOICED TO AGENCY***

I CORRECTIONAL WORK SQUAD OFFICER SALARIES AND POSITION RELATED-EXPENSES
 .
  TO BE REIMBURSED BY THE AGENCY:
                                                                                                           0  Per Officer
                                                                                                             Annual Cost


                                                                                               ,.:.>.$$$<:::w, - ... ,>/<.:.:a
                       Offi~ers Salary                   # Officer: Multiplier                 am@&&52,729.00 **
                                                                                               ............. .........,... $
                                                                                                ....
                                                                                               ?...........
                                                                                                       .                         $ 52,729.00
                       Salary Incentive Payment                                                              $ 1,128.00     ,    $ 1,128.00
                       Repair and Maintenance                                                                $   121.00          $ 121.00
                       State Personnel Assessment                                                            $ . 398.00          $    398.00
                       TraininglCriminal Justice Standards                                                   $   200.00          $    200.00
                       Uniform Purchase                                                                      $ . 400.00          $    400.00
                       Uniform Maintenance                                                                   $   350.00          $    350.00
                       TrainingICriminal Justice.Standards                                                   $ 1,500.00
                       Technology Fee                                                                        $   391.00          $   391.00
                                             -
                         TOTAL To Be Billed By Contract To Agency                                            $ 57,217.00         $ 55,717.00

                                *Cost limited to first year of contract as this is not a recurring personnellposition cost.
                                ** Annual cost does not include overtime pay.
                            IA. The Overtime Hourly Rate of Compensation for this Contract is $32.51, if applicable. (The Overtime Hourly
                                Rate of Compensation shall include the average hourly rate of 'pay for a Correctional Officer and the average
                                benefit package provided by the department, represented as time and one half for purposes of this Contract.)

                                                                                                                Number

II. ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS TO BE REIMBURSED BY THE AGENCY:
                         Costs include but may not be limited to the following:
                         Rain coats, staff high visibility safety vest, inmate high visibility
                         safety vest, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, personal protection kit, flex
                         cuffs, warning signs, handcuffs, Igloo coolers, portable toilets, insect
                         repellants, masks, vaccinations, and other administrative expenses.

                                         -
                                   TOTAL To Be Billed By Contract To Agency

Ill. ADDITIONAL AGENCY EXPENSES:
                         Tools, equipment, materials and supplies not listed in Section II above
                         are to be provided by the Agency.

    CELLULAR PHONE WITH SERVICE REQUIRED:                          YESO          N o m
    ENCLOSED TRAILER REQUIRED:                                     YESO          NO



    Addendum A Revised (Pending)                                                 Page 10 of 12
                                                     REVISED Addendum A
                       Inmate Work Squad Detail of Costs For Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners
                 -             Interagency Contract Number WS428 EFFECTIVE November 4,2008


    IV. OPERATING CAPITAL TO BE ADVANCED BY AGENCY:
         Hand Held Radio      MACOM .$4317.39
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         Vehicle-MountedRadio MACOM $4413.88
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                                                                   ::::: . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . . . . % .
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                              TOTAL Operating Capital To Be Advanced By Agency




                                                                                                                              r       Total      I
    V. TOTAL COSTS TO BE ADVANCED BY AGENCY:                                                                                  I       Cost       I
                            -
       1. Operating Capital from Section IV.                                                                                             $0.00
                       -
       2. Grand Total To Be Advanced By Agency At Contract Signing:                                                                      $0.00

    VI. TOTAL COSTS TO BE BILLED TO AGENCY BY CONTRACT:                                                                       y       Cost
                                                                                                                                                 l
       1. Correctional Officer Salaries and Position-Related Expenses -from Section I.
       2. Other Related Expenses and Security Supplies -from Section II.
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       3. Grand Total To Be Billed To Agency By Contract:


    VII. TOTAL OF ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH CONTRACT:
         (Total of Sections V. and VI.)


    VIII. OVERTIME COSTS:
          If the contracting Agency requests overtime for the work squad which is approved by the Department,
          the contracting Agency agrees to pay such costs and will be billed separately by the Department for the cost of overtime.




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                                                         Addendum A INSTRUCTIONS         -
                          Inmate Work Squad Detail of Costs For Taylor County, Board of County Commissioners
                                  Interagency Contract Number WS428 EFFECTIVE November 4,2008
     Section I.                Costs in this section are determined each fiscal year by the Budget and Management Evaluation Bureau and are fixed.
                               By entering the number of Officers required for this contract, the spreadsheet will automatically calculate the 'Total Annual Cost"
                               column. If this Work Squad is beyond the first year of existence, enter a zero (0) in the 'Total Annual Costn
                               column for "TraininglCriminalJustice Standards" after you have entered the "# Officers Multiplier".

     Section II.               Safety and environmental health procedures require safety measures such as the use of safety signs, vests, and clothing.
                               The Department's procedure for Outside Work Squads requires that all Work Squad Officers be responsible for ensuring their squad
                                                                                                                       I
                               is equipped with a first aid kit and a personal protection equipment (PPE) kit. Section 1identifies such required
                               equipment. A new squad must be sufficiently equipped and an ongoing squad must be re-supplied when needed.
                               Type in the number of squads used for this contract and the spreadsheet will automatically calculate the fixed annual expense
                                of $750.00 per squad and place the total in Section VI.

     Section Ill.              Check "Yes" or "No" to indicate whether a Cellular Phone with Service andlor an Enclosed Trailer is required by the Contract Manager.

     Section IV.               The Department's procedure for Outside Work Squads requires that they have at least one (1) primary means of direct
                               communication with the Institution's Control Room. Communication via radio andlor cellular phone is appropriate.
                               It is preferred that a backup, secondary means of communication also be available. It is the Agency's responsibility to provide them.
                               If the Department purchases a radio(s), the Agency must fund the purchase at the time the Contract is signed. Check the box for the type
                               of radio and fill in the Per Unit Cost for the type of radio, Number of Units, and Total Cost columns. Leave the Total Cost column blank if
                               a radio(s) is not being purchased at this time. Check applicable boxes ("Bill to Agency", "Provided by Agency" and "Already Exists") for
                               each radio.
                               NOTE: All radio communication equipment owned or purchased by the Agency that is programmed to the Department's radio
                               frequency and used by the work squad(s), whether purchased by the Department or the Agency, shall be IMMEDIATELY
                               deprogrammed by the Department at no cost to the Agency upon the end or termination of this Contract.

      Section V.               The total funds the Agency must provide at the time the contract is signed will be displayed here when the form is properly filled out.

     Section VI.               The total funds the Agency will owe contractually, and pay in equal quarterly payments, will be displayed here.

     Section VII.              The total funds associated with the Contract, to be paid by the Agency as indicated in Sections V. and VI., will be displayed here.

     Section VIII.             Any agreement in this area will be billed separately as charges are incurred.




Addendum A Revised (Pending)                                                  Page 12 of 12