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					                         SUGGESIIIED AGENDA

          TAYLOR COUNTY BQARD OF COUNTY C ~ S S I O N E R S
                         PERRY, FLORIDA

                     TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2006
                             6:00 P.M.

                         201 E. GREEN STREET
                   TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX
                       OLD POST OFFICE 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

CONSENT IIEIEMS:

4.  THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION TO REFLECT
   UNANTICIPATED MONIES IN THE GENERAL FUND.
(GATES LIBRARY GRANT)

5.  THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION TO REFLECT
   UNANTICIPATED MONIES IN THE MSTU FUND.
(VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT FOR 2007 FY)

6.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF THE M 2005-2006
     HURRICANE VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT CLOSE OUT
     REPORT AND REQUEST FOR REIMBURSEMENT, AS SUBMITTED BY
     MELODY COX, GRANTS COORDINATOR.

7.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF THE FY 2005-2006
     VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT CLOSE OUT REPORT AND
     REQUEST FOR REIMBURSEMENT, AS SUBMITTED BY THE GRANTS
     COORDINATOR.
8.   THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF THE M 2005-2006
     SMALL COUNTY CONSOLIDATED WASTE GRANT CLOSE OUT REPORT
     AND REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST, AS SUBMITTED BY THE GRANTS
     COORDINATOR.

9. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER APPROVAL OF THE CLOSE OUT REPORT
   FOR THE HAMPTON SPRINGS PHASE IV GRANT WITH HISTORIC
 . PRESERVATION, AS SUBMITTED BY THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.
10. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER BUDGET TRANSFER REQUEST NEEDED TO
    PAY FOR PORTA TOILET AT DARK ISLAND PARK, PER ORDINANCE
    2005-02 SEC 2-104, AS AGENDAED BY BUDDY HUMPHRIES,
    COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.

11. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER BUDGET TRANSFER REQUEST NEEDED TO
    IMPLEMENT INTERLOCAL AGREEaNT BETWEEN DMH AND THE BOARD
    FOR PURCHASES OF mfEL FROM COUNTY, PER ORDINANCE 2005-02
    SEC 2-104, AS AGENDAED THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.

12. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER BUDGET TRANSFER REQUEST NEEDED TO
    PAY FOR BASKETRALL GOALS AT SOUTHSIDE PARK, PER
    ORDINANCE 2005-02 SEC 2-104, AS AGENDAED BY THE COUNTY
    ADMINISTRATOR.

13. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADVERTISING FOR PUBLIC HEARING TO
    APPROVE MID-YEAR W I N G REQUEST FROM CHIEF JUDGE JULIAN
    COLLINS, PER ORDINANCE 2005-02 SEC 105 & 106, AS
    AGENDAED BY THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR.

14. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF HOMELAND SECURITY
    GRANT, AS SUBMITTED BY BRIANNE HOOVER, EMERGENCY
    MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR.

15. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF FINAL ANNUAL
    CERTIFIED BUDGET FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL, AS SUBMITTED BY
    JOHN SINGER, ENVIROMVIENTAL SERVICES DIRECTOR.

16. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADVERTISING FOR PUBLIC HEARING TO
    CONSIDER LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT LDC 06-4,
    REVISING THE ROAD IMPROVEMENT STANDARDS, TO BE HELD ON
    NOVEMBER 28, 2006, AS AGENDAED BY DANNY GRINER, COUNTY
    BUILDING OFFICIAL.

17. THE BOARD TO CONSIDER ADVERTISING FOR PUBLIC HEARING
    REGARDING THE ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED PROPORTIONATE
    FAIR SHARE ORDINANCE, TO BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 28, 2006,
    AS AGENDAED BY THE COUNTY BUILDING OFFICIAL.
P W L I C REQUESTS :

18. TREY HOWARD, REPRESENTATIVE FOR MAGNOLIA BAY MARINA &
    RESORT, TO APPEAR TO PRESENT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
    BETWEEN THE BOARD AND SECRET PROMISE, LTD. FOR REVIEW
    AND APPROVAL.

BIDS/PWLIC    HEARINGS:            --       I           --
19. THE BOARD TO HOLD SECOND PUBLIC HEARING, SET FOR THIS
    DATE AT 6:10 P.M., REGARDING THE PASSAGE OF A PROPOSED
    ORDINANCE TO ENACT AMENDMENT NO.LDC 06-1 TO THE TEXT OF
    THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE (REMOVING 15-ACRE EXEMPTION ON
    PRIVATE ROADS)     .
20. THE BOARD TO HOLD SECOND PUBLIC HEARING, SET FOR THIS
    DATE AT 6 :15 P.M. , REGARDING THE PASSAGE OF A PROPOSED
    ORDINANCE TO ENACT AMENDMENT NO.LDC 06-2 TO THE TEXT OF
    THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE (REGULATING FLAG LOT DESIGN
    AND ROAD FRONTAGE)     .-  3




21. THE BOARD TO HOLD SECOND PUBLIC HEARING, SET FOR THIS
    DATE AT 6:20 P.M., REGARDING THE PASSAGE OF A PROPOSED
    ORDINANCE TO ENACT AMENDMENT NO. LDC 06-3 TO THE TEXT OF
    THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE (REGULATING OFF-SITE SIGN S I Z E
    AND LOCATION).

22. THE BOARD TO HOLD SECOND PUBLIC HEARING, SET FOR THIS
    DATE AT 6:25 P.M., REGARDING THE PASSAGE OF A PROPOSED
    ORDINANCE TO ENACT AMENDMENT NO. LDC 06-5 TO THE TEXT OF
    THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE (ALLOWING POWER/RAIL LINES
    OUTSIDE OF THE INDUSTRIAL LAND USE CATEGORY)    .
23. THE BOARD TO HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING, FOR THIS DATE AT
    6 :30 P.M. , TO HEAR AN APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL EVENTS
    PERMIT ' (MUD-BOG) , TO BE HELD ON FEBRUARY 1 0 , MAY 5, AND
    OCTOBER 28, 2 0 0 7 , FROM 7 : 0 0 A.M. TO 7 : 0 0 P.M., AS
    SUBMITTED BY PERRY MUD-BOG, LLC.                        - *
        24. THE BOARD TO HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING, FOR THIS DATE AT
    0       6:35 P.M. , TO HEAR AN APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL EVENTS
            PERMIT (MUD-BOG), TO BE HELD ON OCTOBER 29, 2006, FROM
            7:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M., AS SUBMITTED BY JOHN KNIGHT.

        COUNTY ST-    ITEMS:

        25. THE BOARD TO RECEIVE UPDATE FROM COUNTY ATTORNEY ON DCA
            ISSUES.

        26. RENA' COURTNEY TO DISCUSS SOLUTIONS TO 911 PROBLEMS IN
            STEINHATCHEE .

        27. THE BOARD TO SELECT AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER,
            AS AGENDAED BY THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.

        28. THE BOARD TO REVIEW FOR ACCEPTANCE, THE GRADED ROAD
            STANDARD, AS AGENDAED BY THE COUNTY BUILDING OFFICIAL.

        29. THE BOARD TO REVIEW AND ACCEPT CEMETERY MOWING
            CONTRACT, AS SUBMITTED BY ANDY MCLEOD, PUBLIC WORKS
            DIRECTOR.


I
    6   30. THE BOARD TO REVIEW INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR FIRE
            SERVICE BETWEEN THE CITY OF PERRY AND TAYLOR COUNTY, AS
            SUBMITTED BY THE' COUNTY ADMINSTRATOR AND STEVE MILLER,
            COUNTY FIRE CHIEF.
I
        GENERAL BUSINESS:

        31. COMMISSIONER BETHEA TO DISCUSS ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY ON
            COUNTY ROADS.

        COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR INFOIZMATION' ITEMS:

        BOARD rn0IZMATIONA.L ITEMS:

            Examination and approval of invoices
            Motion to adjourn

        FOR YOUR INFOIZMATTON:

        ENCLOSED FOR YOUR INFORMATION IS AN OFFICIAL 90 DAY NOTICE
        OF "LAND AVAILABLE FOR TAXES", REGARDING COUNTY TAX DEED
        APPLICATION NO. 06-012.
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                          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, 2007, 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, 2007.
Amount      Account       A c c o u n t Name
Revenue :
$7,500.00   001-3347104     Gates Library Grant
Expenditures:
$2,176.45 0435-55230        Computer Software
$5,323.55 0435-56400        capital Outlay Equipment
$7,500.00 Total
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, that they
do approve as provided by law this resolution this 17th day
of October, 2006 at Perry, Taylor County, Florida, to amend
the budget for the fiscal period ending September 30, 2007
with a motion by Commissioner                             I



seconded by Commissioner                          , and carried
unanimously.

Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk-Auditor                Chairman

(Gates Library Grant)
                                 &.-




  September 20,2006




  We have just received the grant for the Gates Upgrades. Please place the funds in the 0435
                                                            ..

  Gates Grant account in the following amounts.

    0435 - 56400 Capital Outlay Equipment $5,323.55
         -
    0435 55230 Computer Software             $2,176.45
                  Total                      $7,500.00    .   ::




 We will expend these funds in FY 2006 - 2007

 Thank    u


 Pamela Grigg
&p
 Director
 Library Services Department
 Community Services Division
 Taylor County BOCC
 403 N. Washington Street
 Perry, FL 32347
 850.835.3512  Ph
 850.838.3514  Fax
          94
 850.567.81
 Librarv.director@tavlorcountvqov.corn
                                                       STATE OF FLORIDA
                                                   DEPARTMENT OF STATE
                                            STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES OF FLORIDA
JEB BUSH                                                                                                                                   SUE M. COBB
 Governor                                                                                                                                Secretary of State

                                                                  MEMORANDUM



        TO:                        Pamela S. Grigg, Director, Director
                                   Taylor County Public Library

        FROM:                      Marian A.                                         Program Administrator

        DATE:                      September 14,2006

        SUB3ECT:                  Grant Payment - Gates Grant


                                 Project #:                                 06-Gates-47
                                 Project Title:                             Public Access Computing Hardware Upgrade Grant
                                 Payment #:                                 1 of 1
                                 Payment Amount:                            $7,500.00
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       In accordance with the grant agreement between the State of Florida, Department of State,
       Division of Library and Information Services, and your organization, encloqed is a
       payment for the project noted above.                                     .

       Please include the project'number in any future corresponden& with our office and please
       contact me at 8501245-6620 or e-mail mdeene~@,dos.state.fl.us if you have any questions.




                                                              DIRECTOR'S OFFICE
                                     R.A. GrayBuilding 500 South Bronough Street Tallahassee. Florida 32399-0250
                                   850.245.6600 FAX: 850.245.6735 TDD: 850.922.4085       b~:lldlis.dos.state.fl.us

      COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                   STATE LIBRARY OF FLORIDA                                  STATE ARCHIVES OF FLORIDA
                FAX: 850.245.6643
     850.245.6600                                           850.245.6600 FAX: 850.245.6744                                         FAX: 850.488.4894
                                                                                                                        850.245.6700

     LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY SERVICE                          RECORDS MANAGEMENT SERVICES                                ADMINISTRAT1,VECODE AND WEEKLY
     850.488.2812 FAX: 850.488.9879                         850.245.6750 FAX: 850.245.6795                             850.245.6270 FAX: 850.245.6282
                          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 MSTU FUND for the fiscal period
ending September 30, 2007, 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 MSTU FUND budget for the fiscal year
ending September 30, 2007.
Amount      Account       Account Name
Revenue :
$1,859      107-3312012    Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant
Expenditures:
$1,859     0195-54800      Promotional Activities

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, that they
do approve as provided by law this resolution this 17th day
of October, 2006 at Perry, Taylor County, Florida, to amend

the budget for the fiscal period ending September 30, 2007
with a motion by Commissioner                       I



seconded by Commissioner                    , and carried
unanimously.

Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk-Auditor          Chairman

(Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant for 2007 FY)
                Taylor County Administrative Complex
                201 East Green Street, Perw, Florida 32349
Melody Cox                                                       850-838-3500 x 9
Administrative Services                                          850-838-3501 pax



MEMORANDUM
DATE: September 27,2006
TO:        Tarnmy
FROM:       Melody

RE:         Veterans Ad

Tammy, attached please find a new grant we are being awarded through Florida-
Division of Forestry. The grant is for $1,859.00 and dpes require a match from the-
c O u 3 e grant will be used to purchase Fire Prevention educations and promotional
_materials.

I realize it is the end of fiscal year but will appreciate a budget being set up as soon as
possible at the beginning of ,fiscalyear 2006-2007 so that this grant can be expended
as soon as possible. We have been ask to expend it as soon as possible by Forestry
plus Chief Miller is wanting to do some special presentations at the school this fall. I
have attached budget information.

As always, thanks!




                                           ANNE MAE MURPH'f
                                         CLERK. CtRCIJIT COUKT
                          DETAIL BUDGET REQUEST
                           2006-2007 FISCAL YEAR
DEPARTMENT: VFA Prevention Grant
DEPARTMENT #:

PREPARED BY:                                               (department head signature &
date)

Expenditure
Account #   Account Description                            Amount

54800        Promotional Activity                           $1,859.00

To purchase fire prevention educational and promotional material,
                    TOTAL                                   $1,859.00


100% grant funded
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                                                                                 er Services
       Didsion of Foreshy -                       st Protection Bureau




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       TO:                                   sistance Gt
                                                       -     Recipient

       FROM:                                  Resource Manager

       PHONE:             850.488.6271 or k88;6111                             FAX: 850.438.444s


              Attachixl you w                st o f approved items f i r purchase tlyough the Hurricane
       -                                     ,
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                                                            ~pproved,WIW& lists ule amouno that
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       v PA E.revemisn Gsme                   me --mmme
       was approvud to spend.                imum amount to be reimbursed will not exceed
       ~2;&0.00.$Youoan spend                2,000.00, but will on13 be reimbursed for those       .
       ap&vedi it-    up to $30
                                                                 revention Grants - Room 159
                                                Division of Forestry
                                                3 125 Conner Blvd.
                                                Tallahassee, FL 32399-1 650

                                                   Certificate o f Expenditure hrm to our ofice with
                                                  and invoice$, or copy of paid invoices with zero
                                                                    check numbers. Packing slip
       iqforhation is not necessary.




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SUBJECTITITLE: I Hurricane Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant Close Out and Reimbursement
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:          1 10/17106
Statement of Issue Requesting Board approval of the FY 2005-2006 Hurricane
      Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant close out-report and request for reimbursement.



Recommended Action: Approve close out report and request for reimbursement.

Fiscal Impact: $5.700.00

Submitted By: Melody Cox:          Contact: Melody COX


                        SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: 'The grant award was for $5,700.00 and the county provided a
       match of $5,700.00 through Chief Miller's existing budget. The county purchased
       three air paks for our fire fighters. We had originally submitted grant application
       for funding assistance to purchase six however, the Forestry Grants Manager,
       Matt Weinell contacted us and he knew of ten free air pak units and ask if we were
       interested, which of course we were. With this, we reduced the amount of the grant
       request to open up funds for other VFD's to apply for.

Options: Not applicable.

Attachments: Close out report and support documents.
                 Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
                                   Division of Forestry
 C(A(MsslONER
                       CERTIFICATE OF EXPENDITURE

This will certify that all funds received by:
                                                                     -


                        TAYLOR COUNTY B O A R D OF COMMISSIONERS
                                 (Name of Entity)


                   6
under the Year 20 0 Volunteer Fire Assistance Federal Cost-share program were
spent in accordance with the Grant application, as amended, and as approved by the
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Forestry.

This I attest, under penalties of perjury:




       Daryll Gunter                            Chairman
  (Printed Name)                                 (Title)



                                        (Signature)




                STATE OF FLORIDA
                COUNTY OF     Taylor

                Sworn before me on this               day of                    , 2-
                                                                                   0

                                                           personally appeared before me,
                whorrl I personally know.



                NOTARY PUBLIC         (Seal)

DACS-11485 REV. 3/06
FROM FOREST PROTECT ION                                  (TUE) JIJN 1 3 2 0 0 6 1 4 : 4 7 / S T . 1 4 : 4 3 / N O . 6 3 3 7 3 4 6 2 3 1 P 1




           FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
         AGRICULTUIW AND CONSUMER
                  SERVICES

      DIVISION OF FORESTRY
           FOREST PROTECTION
                BUREAU


                                    FAX COVER*PAGE
       PAGE 1OFA 2 PAGE TRANSMISSION

       TO:              Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant Recipient
       .FROM:           Matt Welnell, Fire Resource Manqger

        PHONE: 8501488-6271 or             488-6111       .                          Fax:               8501488.4445


             Attached you will find a list of epprovtd items for         through the W A Grant Program. The
      "AMOUNTAPPROKf3D"          column lists the amount that was approved to spend, the column marked "FED
      COSTSHARE (50%)" is the total possible amount to be reimbursed. The recipient can spend up to the
      approved amount, but will only get reimbursed for half of that amount.

              Please remember to provide the complete Proofsf-Purchasepackage (ex. wpy of check, invoice with
      m balance) for approved items to be reimbursed. Invoicei must'be stamped paid and indicate a check
                                                                                                    .     .                                   . .   ,
      number.      .,




       Send Proofdf-Purcbe package with Certificate of Expenditwe to our office for reimbursement:

                              c/o VFA Grants   - Room 159
                              Division of Forestry
                              3 125 Comer Blvd,
                              Tallahassee, EL 32399-1650

       The CerMcate of Expenditure must be signed and notarized and returned with the Pmf-of-
       P u e h t package. Copies of the Certificate of Expenditure can be found on our website at:
       httu:llwww.fldof.com~wildfirelvfd  mnts.html . Remember that the sooner the proof-of-
       purchase package is rehuned, the aoonw the 50%reimburse will be processed.
                                                                                                     2006 APPROVED FEDERAL COST SHARE
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Tador County Board of Commissoners
                                 AMOUNT APPROVED FED COST SHARE (50%)                                                                                NUMBER DESCRIPTION




FIRE DEPT. TOTAL                                             $22,920                                             $11,480.00




             Monday. June 12.2qOB                                                                                                                                                                                                        Page 49 of 58
                                 F lorida Departmentof Agrlaulbrre and Consumer Servioes
                                                   Dkklon of Forestry
                            HURRICANEVOLUNTEER FIREASSISTANCE GRANT APPLICATION




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 Engine                                1986 C60 Chevmlet                1000                               1000
  Brush Truck                          2005 F550 Ford                    450                                450
  Pumper                                1967 Ford                        750                                750
   Brush                               2002 550 Ford                     250                                350                        .
FEDERRL              ($   11,400                        I 1 NUMIW               DBBCRIPTDN                                   AMOUNT
                     It                                 I I                 I                                            I
                     1 1 11,400                                             1    Air Pak I MSA SCBA                      I 3,800.00l
                     1 4 22,800.00                                          !                                Total       1 22,800

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                                                         I                                          554, I@   TRYLOR CQ.FXRE DEPT.




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     34            TEN-8    FIRE EQUIWENT I Hc-                D          H
                                                                     ~ BEFORE DEPOSITING



                                                                                   WACHOVIA
                   BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS                                   PERRY, FL 32347

                   TAYLOR COUNTY
                   P.O. BOX 620
                   PERRY, FL 32348                            GENERAL FUND
                                                                                                                     C H E C K NO.
                                                                                                                                     312B)l
                                                                                                                          DATE        1/4/6
                                                                                                                                     49138
                                                                   $++*+15,1fd4.                     AMOUNT                          I@*
    P A Y M E SUM OF FIFTEEN THOUSGND, O M HUNDRED R m w k w S 1 1 0
          CENTS
                                                TAYLOR C O U N T Y
                                                      BCC
/   TO T H E
    ORDER
    OF              TEN-8 FIRE .EQUIPMENT IWC.
                                                                                           SEP 1 9 2006
                    2
                    %    59TH QVEtdUE DRIVE EQST
                    BRQDENTWa FL 34283
                                                                                                                                           CHAIRMAN



1 .                                                                                                                                          CLERK




                           NOTE: THIS INVOICE REPLACES

                           INVOICE 581714                                  APPROVED
                                                                        TAYLOR C O U N T Y
                                                                             BCC

                                                                                SEP 1 9 2006




                                            to Sales Tax:                     0.00                      Shop Supplies:                    0.00
                                            from Sales Tax:               3,150.00                      Subtotal:                     3,150.00
                                                                                                        Invoice Discount:                 0.00
                                                                                                        Sales Tax:                        0.00
                                                                   Please Pay 'This Amount --->         Total: .                      3,150.00
          VENDOR:
          ADDRESS:                59'h
                                  \                  A
                                          O u / n ~ b%   U


I/ BILL   TO:
               PHONE:
                                                                 --

 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
 P.O. BOX 620
 PERRY, FLORIDA 32347




           I            I                                I   I
February -1,2006
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Chief M i l k
Taylor County Fire & Rescue                     L




50 1 lncl&al Park Drive
P w , FL 32347

Dear Chief Miller:

Please be advised that Ten-8 Equipment, lae. is the only full-line authohd MSA
                            Fire
Fire ~crvisc Dimibutor to the Municipal Fire S*ce Marka for Taylor Counly, Floridr
This includes the sale of MSA SCBA and p m r Should you have m questim, plwce
                                                                y
feel bee to antact me.

Sincerely,
               *   I   TAY.LOR.COUNW , OFCOMMISS~ONERS
                                 B O ~
                             .?Ctiylity,b$nkissi&i ,$gen~uiiftent
    SUBJECTITITLE: / Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant Close Out and Reimbursement Request
    MEETING DATE REQUESTED:            1 10/17/06
    Statement of Issue Requesting Board approval of the FY 2005-2006 Volunteer Fire
          Assistance Grant close out report and request for reimbursement.



    Recommended Action: Approve close out report and request for reimbursement.

    Fiscal Impact: $5.760.00

    Submitted By: Melody Cox:         Contact: Melody Cox


                        SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

    History, Facts & Issues: The grant award was for $5,760.00 and the county provided a
           match of $5,760.00 through Chief Miller's existing budget. The county purchased
           eight sets of bunker gear for our fire fighters.

    Options: Not applicable.

I   Attachments: Close out report and support documents.
                    Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
                                      Division of Forestry
CHARLESH BRaISoN
  COMMSSIONER
                         CERTIFICATE OF EXPENDITURE

This will certify that all funds received by:



                         TAYLOR COUNTY B O A R D OF COMMISSIONERS
                                   (Name of Entity)


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under the Year 20 0 Volunteer Fire Assistance Federal Cost-share program were
spent in accordance with the Grant application, as amended, and as approved by the
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Forestry.

This I attest, under penalties of perjury:



           Daryll Gunter                        Chairman
    (Printed Name)                              (Title)



                                         (Signature)




                   STATE OF FLORIDA
                   COUNTY OF Taylor

                   Sworn before me on this             day of                   , 2-
                                                                                   0

                                                           personally appeared before me,
                   whom I personally know.



                   NOTARY PUBLIC      (Seal)

DACS-11485 REV. 3/06
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                                AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER
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                                                          FAX COVER PAGE
                              PAGE       1OFA 2 PAGE TRANSMISSION

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                              TO:               Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant Recipient
                              .FROM:            Matt Walnell, Fire Resource Mangger
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                               PHONE: 850f488-6271 or             4886111                                    Fax:


                                    Attached you will find a list of approved items for purchase through the VFA Grant Program. The                                         ..
                             "AMOUNTAPPROVED"column lists the amount that was approved to spend, the column marked "FED                                             '       :


                             COST SHARE (50%) " is the total possible amount to be reimbursed. The recipient can spend up to' the
                             approved mount, bit will only get reimbvsed f o r h l f of that amount,

                                   Please remember to provide the wmplae hoof-of-Purchase package (ex. copy of check, invoice with
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                                                      d o VFA Grants Room 159
                                                      Division of Fomtry
                                                      3 125 Conner Blvd.
                                                      Tallahassee, FL 32399-1650

                             The Certificate of Expenditure must be signed and notarbed and returned with the Prwf-of-
                             P u t c b e package. Copies of the Certificate of Expenditure can be found on our website at:
                             htto://www.fldof.com~wildfirdvfd     mants.html . Remember that the sooner thc proof-of-
                             purchase package is rehuned, the smoner the 50% reimburse will be processed.
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    SUBJECT/TITLE: I Solid Waste FY 2005-2006 Grant Close Out Report
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    MEETING DATE REQUESTED:          1 10/17/06
    Statement of Issue Requesting Board approval of the FY 2005-2006 Small County
          Consolidated Waste Grant close out report and reimbursement request.



    Recommended Action: Approve close out report.

    Fiscal Impact: $13,477.33                                        .


    Submitted By: Melody COX:                                            Contact: Melody Cox


                                                      SUPPLEMENTAL MATEFUAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

    History, Facts & Issues: The grant award was for $191,176.00 and we expended
           $191,175.48. We have been reimbursed $177,698.15 to date through prior quarterly
           reimbursement reports.

    Options: Not applicable.

    Attachments: Close out report and support docii'ments.
                                                                                     Department of
                                                       Environmental Protection
                                 Jeb Bush
                                 Governor
                                                                           Twin Towers Office Building                                                      Colleen M. Castille
                                                                               2600 Blair Stone Road                                                             Secretary
                                                                          Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
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                                                                DEPARTMENT O ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
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                                                                       SMALL C U T CONSOLIDATED
                                                             GRANT QuARTERLY/MONTHLYFZIMBURSEMENT REQUEST



                               1.       Grantee:       Taylor ,County Board of Commissioners
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                               2.       Grant Number:              SC630                    3.   Payment Request Number:

                                                                                           4. Expenditures              5. Cumulative
                                                                                              from 7/1/06                        from 10/01/05
                                                                                              to 9/30/06                   to    9/30/06

                                6. Purchasing or Repair of
                                   Solid Waste Weight Scales
                                7. Solid Waste Management
                                   Program Operating Costs                                         $602.05                            $168,988.70
                                8. Planning Costs
                                9. Construction and Maintenance
                                   of Solid Waste Facilities
                               10. Solid Waste Management Education
                                   for Employees or the Public
                               II. Recycling Demonstration Projects                                                                                         a



                               12. Waste Tire Program Cost                                          $6,980.78                         $10,397.78
                               13. Litter Control & Prevention Projects                             $5,894.50                          $11,789.00
                                            14. Total Expenditures                                  $13,477.33           .             $191,175.48
                                                                           15.                   Grant Award                                     $191,I
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                                                                           16.                   Prior Reimbursements                 $177 ,6g8 15      .
                                                                           17.                   This Payment Request                  $13,477.33
                                                                           18.                   Total State Payments                 $191,175.48
                                                                           19.                   Balance of Award
                                                                                                                                                  .52


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                              In requesting this' payment the undersigned represents that helsheis duly authorized t o
                              act on behalf of t h e recipient.


                              Signature of Authorized Representative (Not Stamp)                    Date                                                                 -
                              FY04105
                                                             Please return original to:
                                     Department o f Environmental Protection * Solid Waste Section MS# 4565                                  -
                                              2600 Blair Stone Road * Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
                                     Form @ http:llwww.dep.state.fl.uslwastelcategorieslswgrantsldefault.htm
                           TAYLOR COUNTY
                 4th QUARTER REIMBURSEMENT (FY 05/06)
                   SMALL COUNTY SOLID WASTE GRANT
                                 SC#630
                     WASTE TIRE COST CENTER (0263)
                            07/01/06-49/30/06




7.   SOLID WASTE PROGRAM OPERATING COSTS

     Vendor                     Amount      Check #   Descri~tion     Date Paid
     D. E. Barnes               $2,492.63   30739     Tire Disposal   07/25/06
     Aucilla Area Solid Waste   $ 30.00     30722     Tire Disposal   07/25/06
     Aucilla Area Solid Waste   $ 69.00     3093 1    Tire Disposal   08/22/06
     D. E. Barnes               $1,950.40   3 1045    Tire Disposal   09/07/06
     Aucilla Area Solid Waste   $ 64.00     31138     Tire Disposal   09119/06
     D. E. Barnes               $2,374.75   31155     Tire Disposal   09119/06

     TOTAL S.W. PROGRAM OPERATING COSTS: $6,980.78



     TOTAL REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST:
                            TAYLOR COUNTY
                  4th QUARTER REIMBURSEMENT (FY 05/06)
                    SMALL COUNTY SOLID WASTE GRANT
                                  SC#630
                          RECYCLING COST CENTER
                             07101/06-09/30/06



7d.   TEMPORARY OPERATING SUBSIDIES/OTHER

      VENDOR                  DESCRIPTION                AMOUNT      CHECK #       DATE PAID

      Tn-County Electric      Electric - Landfill Bldg
      Tn-County Electric      Electric - RecyIOffice
      GT Com                  Telephone
      Nextel Partners         Cell Phone
      AT& T                   Telephone - Long Dist.
      Weiss Building Center   Building Maint.
      Calhoun Welding         Equipment Maint.
      Weiss Building Center   Building Maint.

                                       SUBTOTAL          % 587;38    TOTAL
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                                                                GRAND TOTAL    $   602.05




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                                           TAYLOR COUNTY
                                   BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                   Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk             Wayne D. Humphries, County Manager       Conrad C. Bishop, Jr. County Attorney
                   P.O. Box 620, Perry, FL 32348       201 E. Green Street. Perry, FL 32347     P.O. Box 167, Perry, FL 32348
                   (850) 838-3506 Phone                (850) 838-3500, extension 6 Phone        (850) 584-61 13 Phone
                   (850) 838-3549 Fax                  (850) 838-3501 Fax                       (850) 584-2433 Fax



                                                                                              October 4,2006
                   Mr. Bobby Adams
                   Department of Environmental Protection
                   Solid Waste Section - MS# 4565
                   2 6 0 Blair Stone Road
                   Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400

                   RE:      Waste Tire Annual Report for FY 2005-2006
                            Taylor County, Grant No. SC 630

                   Dear Mr. Adams:

                   The Waste Tire Annual Report for FY 2005-2006 for Taylor County is as follows:

                                     During the 2005-2006 FY, Taylor County disposed of 92.55 tons of waste tires.
                                     D. E. Barnes, Inc. of Marianna, Florida was contracted to haul the tires at a
                                     charge of $115.00 per ton. Some tires (295 X $100 per ton) were also hauled by
                                     the County to be disposed at the regional landfill. Total cost for tire disposal was
                                     $10,894.00.

                                     No waste tire sites were identified this year. Smaller accumulations of waste
                                     tires, usually on residential property, were also identified and abated. Targeting
                                     the illegal waste tire sites and the removal of tires aided tremendously in
I                                    reducing breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

                                     The Solid Waste Department has tentatively scheduled one Waste Tire Amnesty
                                     Day for the coming year.

                    If you have any other questions or concerns regarding this matter, please don't hesitate to
                - - contact me at (850) 838-3533. 1 will be more than happy -
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To:                                                                 Ship To:
                Taylor County Board of County Commissioners                Perry-Taylor Ytr(l @hamtf#%mF
                Atten: Tammy Taylor, Finance Director
                Court House, Basement
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    QUANTITY                                      DESCRIPTION                                                  UNIT PRICE                           AMOUNT
    3 Months        KAB (Keep America Beautiful) Grant Reimbursement                                                                                  $2,947.25

                         (For the months of APR 06, MAY-06, JUN-06)

                    3* Quarter Reimbusement Request

                    Employee: Dawn V. Taylor       - Executive Director of KTCB

                    Pleabe Note: Solid Waste Grant Period October 1, 2004 -September 30,2005



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           Taylor County Board of County Commissioners                     Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce
           Atten: Tammy Taylor, Finance Director                           P.O. Box 892
           Court House, Basement                                           Perry, FL 32348
           P.O. Box 620 Perry, FL 32348


      CONTACT           GRANT NUMBER DATE OF AWARD GRANT AMOUNT                                     P.O. NUMBER                      TERMS
    Chamber-KTCB                                 August 1,2005           $11,789.00                              NIA                  NIA

    QUANTITY    I
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SUBJECTITITLE: ( Bureau of Historic Preservation Close Out Report Harnpton Springn IV
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:             1 10/17/06
Statement of Issue Requesting Board approval of the close out report for the Hampton
      Springs Phase N Grant with the Bureau of Historic Preservation.



Recommended Action: Approve close out report.

Fiscal Impact: We have been reimbursed $25,296.00 which was the full amount of the
        grant.

Submitted By: Melody Cox:                                          Contact: Melody Cox


                                                        SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: The grant was for $25,296.00 to do archeological work at the site
       and rebuild the fountain which had collapsed. The project is complete and we have
       been reimbursed the full amount of the grant and project costs.

Options: Not applicable.

Attachments: Close out report and response from the Bureau on close out documents..
                                  FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE
                                           Sue M. Cobb
                                             Secretary of State
                                   DIVISION OF HISTORICAL RESOURCES

    October 5,2006


    Ms. Melody Cox
    Taylor County Board of County Commissioners
    201 East Green Street
    Perry, FL 32347

    Re:      Hampton Springs Hotel Site - Phase I
                                                '
                                                F
             Grant No. SO614


    Dear Ms. Cox:

    Thank you for submitting the 4" /Final Progress & Expenditure Report for the above referenced project,
    received in our office on 8/2/2006. Our office has reviewed and approved this report. You will be notified
    when our office closes the grant pending our final review of the archaeological documents submitted to our
    office by Mr. Ross Morrell on July 3 1, 2006.

    To date, your organization has documented $24,978.91 in grant-related Cash Expenditures and $12,841.20
    in grant-related Donated Services/Donated Values for a total of $37,820.1 1 in combined expenditures for
    this project.

    Your First/Final Payment of grant funds, in the amount of $25,296.00 was processed by this office on
    September 6, 2006. Congratulations on a successful historic preservation project!


    Should you have any questions or I may be of further assistance, please feel free to contact me by telephone
    at (850) 245-6333, toll free at (800) 847-7278, or via e-mail at CMHosmer@dos.state.fl.us.

    Sincerely,



    Crista M. Hosmer
    Historic Preservation Grants Specialist
    Florida Bureau of Historic Preservation


             500 S. Bronough Street
     Cl Directofls Office
(850) 245-6300 FAX: 245-6435
                                          Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250
                                   0 hhaeological Research
                                  (850) 245-6444 FAX: 245-6436
                                                                            http://www.flheritage.com
                                                                           Historic Preservation
                                                                      (850) 245-6333 FAX: 245-6437
                                                                                                         O Historical Museums
                                                                                                       (850) 245-6400 FAX: 245-6433
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                  0 Palm Beach Regional Office     0 St. Augustine Regional Office      0 Tampa Regional Office
                 (561) 279-1475 FAX: 279-1476      (904) 825-5045 FAX: 825-5044      (813) 272-3843 FAX: 272-2340
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                                               Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250                                     -               --
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                                               Your Grants Manager is:                          Ariana Lawsoa
                                                                      .       .                 Tele~hone:  (850) 245-6333 or Toll Free at (800) 847-7278
                                                                                                FAX: (850) 245-6437
                                                                                                E-Mail: asljrwson.@dos.state.fl.us

                                                         HISTORIC PRESERVATION GRANTS - STATE FUNDED
                                                            PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
                                                        REPORT FOR THE  st 2nd 3rd        PROJECT PERIOD
                                                                                                          (PLEASE CIRCLE

                                                                                   Reports are due every three months of your grant period.                            I

                                               Grantee Name: Taylor Countv Board of Countv Commissioners
                                               Project Title: H                                                                p
                                               Project Type: Acauisition and Development
                                               Gmnt Award Amount: $25,296.00
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                                               Grant Award Agreement Beginning Date:                               0 8 /O 2 /O 5
                                               Date of Initiation of Project Work:                                 09/14/05
                                               Scheduled Project Completion Date:                                          June 30,20@

    I                                          Proiect Contact Information is shown below. Please correct or update as needed
    I
                                               Project Contact:                                      Ms. Melody Cox

                                               Address:                                              201 East Green Street
                                                                                                     Perry, FL 32347
                     -       - -
                                               Daytime Phone Number:                                 (850) 838-3500
        I                                      FAX Number:                                           (850) 838-3501
        PROmCT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
        PAGE.2

                                        Expenditure Report Instructions
                                        Documentation Procedures

        The following information is required fiom the Grantee for each Progress & Expenditure Report.
        Please read all Documentation Procedures before preparing the Expenditure Report.

        grant related financial r&r& m s be retained for five years after the end of the grant period or
                                       ut
        until the completion of any audit or litigation initiated before the end of the five year period.

        1. '     Reporting Period Review
                 A. Enter your total Cash expenditures for the reporting period. Cash expenditures must
                    be detailed on the Cash Outlay Shee't.
                 B. Enter your total donated services and donated values. Donated senices and values
                    must be detailed on the Donated Values and Donated Services Sheets.
                 C. Enter the sum of Items A. and B. above to show your Total Expenditures for the
                    reporting period.

        2.       GrantSummary
                 A. Enter the total cash you have expended to date.
                 B. Enter the total Donated S e ~ c e s / ' o n a t e d
                                                                      Values used and received to date.
    j
    .            C. Enter the sum of Items A. and B. above to show your Total Expenditures during the
                    Grant Award period.

                 Interest
                 A. When grant funds are advanced to a Grantee organization, the funds must be
                     deposited in a separate interest-bearing account. Please report the interest earned
                     during the reporting period and remit the entire amount of interest earned with your
                     Final Progress &Expenditure Report. The receipt of the interest funds by this
                     office is one of the conditions of your organization receiving its final payment of
                     grant funds.
                 B. Enter the rate at which the advanced payment funds earned interest.
                 C . Enter the total amount of interest earned on advanced funds.

                 Attach bank statements or other documentation to verify and document any interest
                 earned.

        5.       Certification. To be-signed and-datedby authorized person. Original Signatures In  -
I
                Ink  my.    No Photocopies Allowed. Non-Original Certification Signatures Will
                'InvalidateYour Report,                             l




        6.       Cash Outlay
                 A. List the information in the proper column.

        Form HR3E0340103
        Effective January, 2003
                                                                                                     I


PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
PAGE 2

        B. Verification of payment must be attached to document all grant fund expenditures.
           Please attach invoices and proof of payment in the form of a copy of the check and
           cancelled check for each expenditure claimed. A copy of the bank statement that
           shows that the check has been paid may be used to verify payment as an alternative to
           the copy of the cancelled check.
        C. The purpose of each expenditure must be stated clearly and in sufficient detail for the
           Division to determine if the expenditure is allowable.

        D. In listiug paid employees, be aware that the amount claimed may be greater than
           the amount of the employee%check since yon are allowed to claim gross salary
           plus employers F'ICA and any benefit package you provide to employees.

7.      Donated Values
                     d
        A. ~ o n a k Materials and Transportation
           1. Donated materials must be directly related to the Authorized Project Work.
           2. Make certain all materials were donated pithin the Grant Award Agreement period.
           3. Mileage must be calculated at $.29 1 mile. Destination, purpose of travel, and
              number of miles driven must be listed.

         B. Donated Services
            1. List the information in the proper column.
            2. Be sure to include the total hours worked.
            3. Hourly rates shall be State of Florida minimum wage ($6.15 per hour), unless
               the work performed is that in which the person providing the service is otherwise
               usually employed or possesses professional skills and/or training and experience
               in a field of professional expertise, in which case the rate shall be that normally
               paid for such services.

        If the hourly rate listed is above minimum wage, attach a signed statement from the
        person providing the service listing hisher quaKications to justify the higher
        donated value rate.




Form HR3E03401 3  0
Effective January,2003
    PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPEND=                 REPORT
    PAGE 3

                                           Expenditure Re~ort



            A. Cash expended this period
            B. Donated ServicesDonated Values claimed this period
            C. Total expenditures for this period



,   2.      GRANT SUMMARY (TOTAL ALL PERTODSJ:
            A.         Total Cash expended to date                                 $24,978.91
            B.         Total Donated Values Donated Services expended to date      $12,841.20
            C.         Total expenditures to date                                  $37,820.11



    3.      INTEREST:
            A.         Interest earned on advanced payment funds this period       $0
            B.         Interest Rate                                                    0     %
            C.     '   Total Interest Earned to date                               $O


    4.      Please attach copies of bank statements or other documentation to verify the interest
            earned on surplus advanced payment funds. The total amount of interest funds
            earned should be paid at the end of the rant proiect. Please submit the interest
            check with the final Progress & Expenditure Report and make the check payable to
            the Florida Department of State.


            CERTIFICATION:

            I certify that, to the best of my knowledge, the information reported herein is
            correct, that all goods and services-invoiced have been received, and that all-outlays
                                                                '
            were made in accordance with grant conditions.
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                             of
            ~ i ~ n a t u r khthorized Person                          Date
            (Please sign in ink. Original Signatures Only Please.)

    Form HR3E0340103
    Effective January,2003
PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
PAGE 4

6.       Cash Outlay*




  L. Ross        6/30/06     Archeological 30762 7/25/06                  2861.02        $2,861.02
  Morrell                    &  Excavation

  Boyd Sod. 6/27/06  Sod for   30605    7/10/06                             160.00           $lbo*Uu
  Farm              zoncrete
                    narkers at various features                                    -     L   .-,.   I   n

  Weiss     b/Zl/Ub  Concrete 30807     //ZS/Ub                           439. I U       $ 4 3 ~I .
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                     &  Supplies for
                     markers




                         TOTAL AMOUNT CLAIMED FOR CASH OUTLAY                     $          1 20

Attach additional pages for Cash Outlay as necessary
*The purpose of each expenditure must be stated clearly and in sufficient detail for the Division to
determine if the expenditure is allowable. Attach invoices and proof of payment for all grant fund
expenditures.

Form HR3E0340103
Effective January,2003
PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
PAGE 5

7.      Donated Values

A.      Donated Materials and Travel
        List alI donated materials below. Only donations made during the Grant Award Agreement Period are
        allowable. ~ i i e a must be calculated at $.29/mile.
                             ~e




                                                                                          -0-
TOTAL AMOUNT CLAIMED FOR DONATED MATERIALS/TRAVEL:

Attach additional pages for Donated Materials and Transportation as necessary.
Form HR3EO340103
Effective January,2003
PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
PAGE.
    6

B.      Donated Services
         List total donated hours provided by each individual. Hourly rates shall be State Minimum Wage, ($6.15
        per hour), unless the work performed is that in which the person performing the service is otherwise
        usually employed or possesses p~ofessional skills, and lor training and experience in that field of
        professional expertise, in which case the rate shall be that normally paid for such services. If the hourly rate
        listed is above Federal M n m m Wage, attach a signed statement from the individual listing hisker
                                    iiu
        qualifications to justify the higher donated value rate.




                 TOTAL AMOUNT CLAIMED FOR DONATED SERVICES: $ 7 8 7 2 . 0 0


Attach additional pages for Donated Services as necessary.


Form HR3B0340103
Effective January, 2003
                                                         -
    PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
    PAGE 7

                                            Progress Report
    For Project Progress Reports submltted lst, Pnd, and 3rd perlods, please answer or
    provide informatson for all of the following items except those marked FINAL REPORT
    ONLY. For the final report, please respond to &   IItems.

    1.      Summary of Project Work Completed (for projects involving construction work,
            please include photographs of grant assisted work in-progress and work completed
            this period):
         Excavation of power plant completed. Boat launch nnea ~ x c a v ~ e d .
         Site specific survey completed. Kitchen area of hotel exca;ation
         completed. Hotel piers were covered back up except for corners
         and concrete markers were made for pier sites. Pre 1900 foot
         bathes were filled in with clean sand to protect and                  -
         concrete markers were,made for. Tennis courts were excavated and
    2.     Unusual or Sigmficant Conkbons or Problems Encountered: stab i1 ied
         No problems encountered. We were able to complete more
         work than originally anticipated.


    3.      Listing of Required Documents to be Submitted or Already Submitted:

            - -
                  Copy of selection process documentation @UP, bid notices, results of bids, etc.) for
                  -



                              services such as architects, consultants, codstruction contractors, etc.
            Date Submitted             Not Applicable

1                 Draft copy of contract(s) for professional and/or construction services for review
                  and approval.
            Date Submitted       Not          icable

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            -Approved hlly executed copy of contract(s) for profasional andor construction
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~                 senices.
            Date Submitted  Not Applicable
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                 Copies of Architectural Documents (Plans, Specifications, etc.) for review and
                 approval.
            Datesubmitted      N/A          For                   activity.

1                 Copies of DraR Products (Plans, Reports, Brochures) for review and approval.
~           Date Submitted     7 / 3 1/06   F,,    Final Repor@duct,
                                                   ana survey
         Subrnitpd Wlfer separate cover by L. Ross Morrell
             x ews e eases.
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                     ~ Previously submitted. ~ Additional news articlesd to
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                        rollow.
            - Grantee Staff and/or Volunteers (attach list of names, positions, and pay scales).
            D~~~submitted   Previously submitted


    Form HNE0340103
    Effective January,2003
     PROJECT PROGRESS & EXPENDITURE REPORT
     PAGE 8

    4.       For projects involving construction activities, please attach photographs showing the
             completed grant assisted work. Please attach photos of work in progress as well as
             completed work. For Historic Marker projects, please attach a photograph of the installed
             marker.

   Photographs to be submitted in archeological report.                              ,




    5.      (FINAL REPORT ONLY) Briefly describe the project work actually
            accomplished and indicate any variations fiom that originally planned:
   Center of fountain was repaired and put back tdgether.
   Tennis courts excavated and stabilized. C?sino area of           acen t
   hotel was excavated. Power plant and untqno~n- structure in adj
   area was excavated. Boat launch area excavation complete.        r                              1
   Hotel piers were all excavated and concrete markers were made fo
   piers except for hotel corners which were left exposed. Hotel 'illed
   tower piers were also left exposed. Pre 1900's footbathe were f
   with clean sand to protect and concrete markers were made.
   Site specific survey completed. Artifacts excavated were taken
   to Bureau of Historic Preservation to be cleaned and tagged.




Form HR3E0340103
Effective January, 2003
07/26/06'                                               TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS                                      PAGE 1
THRU ACCOUNTING PERIOD:. 10/ 06           'I                YTD EXPENDITURE AUDIT TRAIL



SELECTION CRITERIA: 1=1 expledgr. key-0rgn=~~0470"
SORTED BY : FUND,FUNCTION, ACTIVITY,TOTL/DEPT, ACCOUNT

TOTALED ON: FUND
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PAGE BREAKS ON: FUND,TOTL/DEPT

FUND - 00 1 - GENERAL FUND
FD/DEPT - 0470 - HIST.PRES.GRNT/HAMPTN IV

ACCOUNT DATE        T/C ENCUMBR        REFERENCE VENDOR               BUDGET      EXPENDITURES   ENCUMBRANCES DESCRIPTION            BALANCE




53101        PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                                        .OO              .OO            .OO BEGINNING BALANCE
        10/03/05    11                                               3,000.00                                   POSTED FROM BUDGET SYSTEM
        11/03/05    17   20060286-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             2,421.11 ARCHAELOGICAL EXCAVATION
        11/07/05    21   20060286-01 29044         5286 L. ROSS MORRELL               2,421.11      -2,421.11 HAMPTON SPRINGS/ARCHA
        01/31/06    25                 20060072                     10,000.00                                   BUDGET TRANSFER 1/31/06
                                                                              L
        02/10/06    17   20060888-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                              4,422.76 ARCHEOLOGICAL SERVICES AT
        03/02/06    25                 20060089                      5,000.00                                   BUDGET TRRNSFER 03/02/03
        03/06/06    21   20060888-01 29818         5286 L. ROSS MORRELL               4,422.76      -4,422.76 HAMPTON SPRINGS/ARCHA
        03/23/06    17   20061151-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             4,849.46 ARCHEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION
        04/03/06    21   20061151-01 30001         5286 L. ROSS MORRELL               4,849.46      -4,849.46 ARCHEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION
        05/17/06    17   20061497-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             2,945.16 ARCHEOLOGICAL WORK AT HAM
'       06/05/06    21   20061497-01 30377         5286 L. ROSS MORRELL               2,945.16      -2,945.16 ARCHEOLOGICAL WORK AT HAM
        06/12/06    17   20061674-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             1,472.58 ARCHEOLOGICAL SERVICES AT
        06/20/06    21   20061674-01 3 0 2 8 'J 5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                  1,472.58     -1,472.58 HAMPTON SPRINGS/ARCHA
        07/05/06    25                 20060170                      3,000.00                            ,      BUDGET TRRNSFER 7/5/06
        07/05/06    25                 20060170                      1,700.00                                   BUDGET TRANSFER 7/5/06
        07/05/06    25                 20060170                       396.00                                    BUDGET TRRNSFER 7/5/06           i
        07/05/06    25                 20060170                       200.00                                    BUDGET TRRNSFER 7/5/06
        07/11/06    17   20061867-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             4,442.74    ARCHEOLOGICAL & EXCAVATIO
        07/14/06    25                 20060185                       950.00                                    BUDGET TRRNSFER 7/14/06
                                                   001994 DELTA LAND SURVEY                                     ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEY FOR



                                               -
        07/17/06    17   20061900-01                                                                  800.00
        07/17/06    17   20061901-01               5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             2,861.02    ARCHEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION
        07/25/06    21   20061867-01 3 0 2 2       5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                             -4,442.74   HAMPTON SPRINGS/ARCHA
        07/25/06    21   20061900-01 30L42         001994 DELTA LAND SURVEY                          -800.00    ARCH.SURVEY/HAMPTON s
        07/25/06    21   20061901-01 3 0 z 6 2 ~5286 L. ROSS MORRELL                                -2,861.02   HAMPTON SPRINGS/ARCHA
        rOTAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                                24,246.00                              .OO                          31.17



53401        CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                         .OO BEGINNING BALANCE
        10/03/05    11                                                                                          POSTED   FROM BUDGET SYSTEM
        01/31/06    25                 20060072                                                                 BUDGET   TRRNSFER 1/31/06
        03/02/06    25                 20060089                                                                 BUDGET   TRANSFER 03/02/03
        07/05/06    25                 20060170                                                                 BUDGET   TRRNSFER 7/5/06
        TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                        .oo                              .oo



54402    -   -RE:C-/LEASE-EQUIPMENT                                                                       .OO BEGINNING BALANCE
        10/03/05    11                                                                                          POSTED FROM BUDGET 'SYSTEM
        07/05/06    25                 20060170                                                                 BUDGET TRANSFER 7/5/06
        TOTAL RENTILEASE-EQUIPMENT                                                                        .oo                              .oo




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THRU ACCOUNTING PERIOD: 10/06                                            YTD EXPENDITURE AUDIT TRAIL



SELECTION CRITERIA: 1=1 expledgr.key-orgn="0470"
SORTED BY: FUND,FUNCTION,ACTIVITY,TOTL/DEPT,ACMUNT

TOTALED ON: FUND




mrtJD - 001 - GENERAL .FUND
FD/DEPT - 0470 ' - HIST.PRES.GRNT/HAMPTN IV

ACCOUNT DATE                T/C ENCUMBR            REFERENCE VENDOR                 BUDGET     EXPENDITURES   ENCUMBRANCES DESCRIPTION           BALANCE

54610           R&M BUILDINGS           &   GROUNDS                                    .oo              .oo            .OO BEGINNING BALANCE
        10/03/05            11                                                    3,700.00                                   POSTED FROM BUDGET SYSTEM
        02/07/06            17       20060861-01                000116 CASHWAY BLDG.PROD                            21.45 PORTLAND MORTAR MIX
        02/07/06            17       20060861-02                000116 CASHWAY BLDG.PROD                              8.49 MASTER LOCK
        02/07/06            17       20060869-01                000116 CASHWAY BLDG.PROD                            114.44 ORDER OF BUILDING AND MA1
        03/21/06            21       20060861-01 29885          000116 CASHWAY BLDG.PROD                            -21.45 PORTLAND MORTAR MIX
        03/21/06            21       20060861-02 29885          000116 CASHWAY BLDG.PROD                             -8.49 MASTER LOCK
        03/21/06            21       20060869-01 29885          000116 CASHWAY BLDG.PROD                           -114.44 ORDER OF BUILDING AND MA1
        06/22/06            17       20061755-01                000830 WEISS BUILDING CE                           340.90 SACRETE
        06/22/06            17       20061755-02                000830 WEISS BUILDING CE                            28.80 2 X 4 X 8" BOARD
        06/22/06            17       20061755-03                000830 WEISS BUILDING CE                             90.00 150' ROLL WELDED WIRE FOR
        06/26/06            17       20061777-01                004685 BOYD SOD FARM                               180.00 PALLET OF CENTIPEDE SOD
        07/05/06            21       20061834-01                000360 HICK'S FEED AND G                            -69.90 PERMETHRIN WEED KILLER
        07/05/06            25                     20060170                      -1,700.00                                   BUGGET TRANSFER 7/5/06
        07/05/06            17       20061834-01                000360 HICK'S FEED AND G                            69.90 PERMETHRIN WEED KILLER
        07/10/06            21       20061777-01 3 3 5 J        004685 BOYD SOD FARM                              -180.00 HIST.PRES/HAMPTON SPG
        07/14/06            25                     20060185                        -950.00                                   BUDGET TRANSFER 7/ 14/06
        07/25/06            21       20061755-01 3 3 0 7   fl   000830 WEISS BUILDING CE                          -340.90 HAMPTON SPRINGS/HPG
        07/25/06            21       20061755-02 30807 v        000830 WEISS BUILDING CE                           -28.80 HAMPTON SPRINGS/HPG
        07/25/06            21       20061755-03 111807    1    000830 WEISS BUILDING CE                           -90 00 HAMPTON SPRINGS/HPG
        TOTAL R&M BUILDINGS                 &   GROUNDS                          1,050.00                              .OO                       285.92



55220           TOOLS   &    IMPLEMENTS                                                .OO                             .OO BEGINNING BALANCE
        10/03/05            11                                                      396.00                                   POSTED FROM BUDGET SYSTEM'
        07/05/06        25                         20060170                        -396.00                                   BUDGET TRANSFER 7/5/06
        TOTAL TOOLS              &   IMPLEMENTS                                        .OO                             .oo                              .oo



55900           DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                                                                                   .OO BEGINNING BALANCE
        10/01/05            11                                                                                               POST ORIGINAL BUDGET
        TOTAL DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                                                                                     .oo                              .oo



      TOTAL FUND - GENERAL FUND
TOTAL REPORT




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                 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
                            Coanty CommissionAgenda Item
 SUBTECT/TITLE: I Dark Island Park Budget Transfer
IMEETING DATE REQUESTED:           1 10117/06
Statement of Issue    Budget transfer request needed to pay for porta-toilet

Recommended Action Approve Budget transfer requeq

Fiscal Impact         $450.00

Submitted By:         Buddy Humphries              'Contaei;:


                     SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSES

History, Facts & Issues:    A porta-toilet was placed at Dark Island Park after the opening c.f   !
      the park during 05/06 fiscal year. Finance has requested a budget transfer from Reserve
      for Contingency as required by Ord. 2005-02.

Options:                     None

Attachments:                 ~OTE
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                            TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONE$&
                                             Counfy Commis'sionAgenda Item
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           SUaTECTITITLE: DMH Fuel Budget Transfer
           MEETING DATE REQUESTED:     1 10117106.




            Stagement of Issue Budget transfer request needed to implement interlocal agreement between         I
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                - - DM-andBOGC-for -~urchases fuel fiom Countv.                                                 i
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i          Recommended Action Approve Budget transfer reauc:'
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I          Fiscal Impact          $36.00"
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I          Submitted By:         Buddy Hum~bries                Contactr
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                               .SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSE-'

           History, Facts & Issues:       BOCC has already aproved the interlocal agreement for the sale
                  of fuel to DMH. This is an administrative function that needs to occur to set the logistics
                  of them purchasing fuel fiom the county. The monies will paid back on a monthly bases
                  and this will not cost the county anything and should reduce the overall expenses of the
                  DMH Ambulance agreement. Finance has requested a budget transfer fiom ~ k s e r v e   for
                  Contingency as required by Ord. 2005-02.



I          Attachments:
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                                    TAYLOR COUNTY
                             BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                              REQUEST FOR BUDGET TRANSFER

DEPARTMENT:

DEPARTMENT HEAD:




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                                     FROM
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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR:
                                                      ~ A W D . HUMPHRIES
                                                           "BUDDY"




Budget Transfer.doc   Rev. 8/23/04
       SUBJECTtTITLE: 1 Southside Park Budget Transfer
       MEETING DATE REQUESTED:          1 10/17/06
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       Statement of Issue    Budget transfer request needed to pay for basketball goals
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       Recommended Action Approve Budget transfer reuue?                                                 -   1
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       Fiscal Impact         $4200.01',

       Submitted By:         Buddy Humghries


                            SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSZ"

       History, Facts & Issues:    Basketball goals were ordered from last fiscal year budget.
             Because they were not delivered prior to the end of the fiscal year Finance has requested
             a budget transfer from Reserve for Contingency as required by Ord. 2005-02.

       Options:                      return goal?

       Attachments:                  noee
                                              TAYLOR COUNTY
                                       BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                        REQUEST FOR BUDGET TRANSFER

    DEPARTMENT:
    DEPARTMENT HEAD:             Wayne D. Humphries
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                                                      - 0440 -
                                                                          10/4/2006               I
                                                                                               ACCOUNT NAME
                                                               900 1-59900                           e for Contingency
                                                               0448-56400                  4 Capital Outlay Equipment




    REASON:   A delayed shipping date resulted in insufficient funds for the Southside Park Improvements.


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    REASON:

    COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR:

    DATE:
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                 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF' CO&~MISS~O~I&"                                            .,
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SUBJECTfTITLE: I Mid Year Funding Increase Request for Circuit Court
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:         ( 10117/06
Statement of Issue Before Funding request can be granted, procedure outlined in Ordinance
      2005-02, section 2-105 and section 2-106 must be followed

Recommended Action Follow procedure

Fiscal Impact         Facility Cost- $9145.64, Communication Cost- $528.88, Total of
                      $9674.32.

Submitted By:         Buddy Humphries              Contact:


                    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:    Chief Judge Julian Collins has requested increase after new budget
      year has started. Therefore we need to follow the Ordinance 2005-2.

Options:

Attachments: Sec. 2-105. Mid-year funding request from outside agencies.
(a) All requests for funding, which can legitimately be planned for, must be initiated through
the county administrator during the normal budget cycle.
(b) The initial disposition of the board will be to delay or disapprove all request made outside
the normal budget cycle until fiscal impacts can be analyzed.
(c) The full impact of any request on the present and future resources of.the county must be
disclosed by the affected agencies.
(d) No request for funding during the fiscal year may be considered without prior administrative
review as specified in this division.
(Ord. No. 2005-02, 5,4-19-2005)

Sec. 2-106. Voting to approve mid-year funding from outside agencies.
(a) Before voting on a request for mid-year funding from an outside agency the board must
consider all impacts on the current annual budget in accordance with this ordinance and conduct
a properly noticed public hearing.
(b) Approval of request for mid-year funding request from outside agencies requires a super
majority vote of four county commissioners voting to approve the request for mid-year funding
from an outside agency.
(Ord. No. 2005-02,s 6,4-19-2005)
                 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
                                  County Commisst'bnAgenda,Item
SUBJECT/TITLE: I FEDERALLY FTJNDED GRANT
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:      I OCTOBER 17,2006
Statement of Issue:       Taylor County has Emergency Management has been offered a grant
                          from Department of Homeland Security.

Recommended Action: Accept Grant

Fiscal Impact:            $12,872.

Submitted By:             Brianne Hoover, Director        Contact: 850-838-3575




                    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: This grantiisto be uses for funding of eligible activities consistent with
                         The Department of Homeland Security State Strategy. Categories
                         included in this grant include Planning, Training, Exercises and some
                         eligible equipment needed to implement or conduct such exercises.
                         In the Emergency Management Scope of Work it is required by the
                         county to provide training and exercises for the responders and
                         executive level personnel. These funds will allow us to provide this
                         training at no cost to Tayldr County.

Options:                  1 Decline the Grant - Taylor County cover the costs of the
                           .
                             programs, equipment and training.
                          2. Accept Grant - Taylor County receives the funding for programs,
                             equipment and training.
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Attachments:              Grant Agreement # 07-DS-5N-03-72-01           .
                                                               Contract Number: 07-DS-5N-03-72-01-

                                                                                      CFDA Number: 97.067


                            FEDERALLY-FUNDED SUBGRANT AGREEMENT

        THlS AGREEMENT is entered into by and between the State of Florida, Division of Emergency

Management, with headquarters in Tallahassee, Florida (hereinafter referred to as the "Division"), and

Taylor County, (hereinafter referred to as the "Recipient").

        THlS AGREEMENT IS ENTERED INTO BASED ON THE FOLLOWING REPRESENTATIONS:

        A. WHEREAS, the Recipient represents that it is fully qualified and eligible to receive these grant

funds to provide the services identified herein; and

        B. WHEREAS, the Division has received these grant funds from the State of Florida, and has the

authority to subgrant these funds to the Recipient upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth; and

        C.        WHEREAS, the Division has authority pursuant to Florida law to disburse the funds under

this Agreement.

        NOW, THEREFORE, the Division and the Recipient do mutually agree as follows:

        (1) SCOPE OF WORK.

             ,    The Recipient shall fully perform the obligations in accordance with the Budget and

Scope of Work, Attachment A of this Agreement.

        (2) INCORPORATION OF LAWS, RULES. REGULATIONS AND POLICIES

                  Both the Recipient and the Division shall be governed by applicable State and Federal

laws, rules and regulations, including but not limited to those identified in Attachment B.

        (3) PERIOD OF AGREEMENT.

                  This Agreement shall begin July I , 2006 and shall end January 31, 2008, unless

terminated earlier in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph (12) of this Agreement.
                 (4) MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT

                           Either party may request modification of the provisions of this Agreement. Changes

       which are mutually agreed upon shall be valid only when reduced to writing, duly signed by each of the

       parties hereto, and attached to the original of this Agreement.

                 (5)      RECORDKEEPING         ,



                          (a) As applicable, Recipient's performance under this Agreement shall be subject to the

       federal Common Rule: Uniform Administrative Requirements for State and Local Governments" (53

       Federal Register 8034) or OMB Circular No. A-110, "Grants and Agreements with Institutions of High

       Education, Hospitals, and Other Nonprofit Organizations," and either OMB Circular No. A-87, "Cost

       Principles for State and Local Governments," OMB Circular No. A-21, "Cost Principles for Educational

       Institutions," or OMB Circular No. A-122, "Cost Principles for Nonprofit Organizations." If this Agreement

       is made with a commercial (for-profit) organization on a cost-reimbursement basis, the Recipient shall be

       subject to Federal Acquisition Regulations 31.2 and 931.2.

                          (b) The Recipient shall retain sufficient records demonstrating its compliance with the

       terms of this Agreement, and the compliance of all subcontractors or consultants to be paid from funds

       provided under this Agreement, for a period of five years from the date the audit report is issued, and

       shall allow the Division or its designee, Chief Financial Officer, or Auditor General access to such records

       upon request. The Recipient shall ensure that audit working papers are made available to the Division

       designee, Chief Financial Officer, or Auditor General upon request for a period of five years from the date

       the audit report is issued, unless extended in writing by the Division the following exceptions:

                                  1. If any litigation, claim or audit is started before the expiration of the five year

       period and extends beyond the five year period, the records will be maintained until all litigation, claims or

       audit findings involving the records have been resolved.

                                  2. Records for the disposition of non-expendable personal property valued at

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----   $5,000 or more a the til~lnof~a_cquisitiofishaIl be retainedfor five years after final d~sp~sition.
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                                  3. Records relating to real property acquisition shall be retained for five years

       after closing of title.


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                               (c) The Recipient shall maintain all records for the Recipient and for all subcontractors or

               consultants to be paid from funds provided under this Agreement, including supporting documentation of

              all program costs, in a form sufficient to determine compliance with the requirements and objectives of the

               Budget and Scope of Work - Attachment A - and all other applicable laws and regulations.

                              (d) The Recipient, its employees or agents, including all subcontractors or consultants to

              be paid from funds provided under this Agreement, shall allow access to its records at reasonable times

              to the Division, its employees, and agents. "Reasonable" shall be construed according to the

              circumstances but ordinarily shall mean during normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., local
                                                                                                                              ,,
              time, on Monday through Friday. "Agents" shall include, but not be limited to, auditors retained by the

              Division.

                      (6) AUDIT REQUIREMENTS

                              (a) The Recipient agrees to maintain financial procedures and support documents, in

              accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, to account for the receipt and expenditure of

              funds under this Agreement.

I                             (b) These records shall be available at all reasonable times for inspection, review, or

              audit by state personnel and other personnel duly authorized by the Division. "Reasonable" shall be

I1            construed according to circumstances, but ordinarily shall mean normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to

              5:00 p.m., local time, Monday through Friday.

                              (c) The Recipient shall also provide the Department of Community Affairs andlor the
,             Division with the records, reports or financial statements upon request for the purposes of auditing and

              monitoring the funds awarded under this Agreement.

                              (d) If the Recipient is a State or local government or a non-profit organization as defined
I
              in OMB Circular A-133, as revised, and in the event that the Recipient expends $500,000 or more in

              Federal awards in its fiscal year, the Recipient must have a single or program-specific audit conducted in

     -   --   accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular A-133, as-revjsed. EXHIBIT 1 to thisAgreement
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              indicates Federal resources awarded through the Division by this Agreement. In determining the Federal

              awards expended in its fiscal year, the Recipient shall consider all sources of Federal awards. The

              determination of amounts of Federal awards expended should be in accordance with the guidelines
                                                               3
            established by OMB Circular A-133, as revised. An audit of the Recipient conducted by the Auditor

            General in acwrdance with the provisions of OM8 Circular A-133, as revised, will meet the requirements

            of this paragraph.

                    In connection with the audit requirements addressed in this Paragraph 6 (d) above, the Recipient

            shall fulfill the requirements relative to auditee responsibilities as provided in Subpart C of OMB Circular

            A-133, as revised.

                    If the Recipient expends less than $500,000 in Federal awards in its fiscal year, an audit

            conducted in acwrdance with the provisions of OMB Circular A-133, as revised, is not required. In the

            event that the Recipient expends less than $500,000 in Federal awards in its fiscal year and elects to

            have an audit conducted in accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular A-133, as revised, the cost of

            the audit must be paid from non-Federal resources (i.e., the cost of such audit must be paid from

            Recipient resources obtained from other than Federal entities).

                            (e) Copies of reporting packages for audits conducted in accordance with OM6 Circular

            A-133, as revised, and required by subparagraph (d) above shall be submitted, when required by Section

            .320 (d), OM6 Circular A-133, as revised, by or on behalf of the Recipient directly to each of the following:

                                                 Department of Community Affairs
                                                       Office of Audit Services
                                                   2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
                                                 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
                      an electronic copy shall also be submitted to the above ofice at the following address:
                                                   aurilla.parrish@dca.state.fl.us
                                                                  and
                                                Division of Emergency Management
                                           Bureau of Compliance Planning and Support
                                                   2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
                                                 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100


1           'The Federal Audit Clearinghouse designated in OM6 Circular A-133, as revised (the number of copies

            required by Sections .320(d)(l) and (2), OMB Circular A-133, as revised, should be submitted to the
I
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            Federal Audit Clearinghouse), at the following address:
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                                                    ~ederal u d iclearinghouse
                                                       Bureau of the Census
                                                       1201 East loth street'
                                                      Jeffersonville, IN 47132
                  Other Federal agencies and pass-through entities in accordance with Sections .320 (e) and (f), OMB

                  Circular A-1 33, as revised.

                                   (f) Pursuant to Section .320 (f), OMB Circular A-133, as revised, the Recipient shall

                  submit a copy of the reporting package described in Section .320 (c), OMB Circular A-133, as revised,

                  and any management letter issued by the auditor, to the following addresses:

                                                       Department of Community Affairs
                        I                                    Office of Audit Services
                                                         2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
                                                       Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
                            an electronic copy shall also be submitted to the above office at the following address:
                                                         aurilla.parrish@dca.state.fl.us
                                                                       and
                                                      Division of Emergency Management
                                                 Bureau of Compliance Planning and Support
                                                         2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
                                                       Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100

                                   (g) Any reports, management letter, or other information required to be submitted to the

                  Department and the Division pursuant to this Agreement shall be submitted timely in accordance with

                  OMB Circular A-1 33, Florida Statutes, and Chapters 10.550 (local governmental entities) or 10.650

                  (nonprofit and for-profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General, as applicable.

                                   (h) Recipients, when submitting financial reporting packages to the Department and the

                  Division for audits done in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 or Chapters 10.550 (local governmental

                  entities) or 10.650 (nonprofit and for-profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General, should indicate

                  the date that the reporting package was delivered to the Recipient in correspondence accompanying the

                  reporting package.

                                   (i) In the event the audit shows that the entire funds disbursed hereunder, or any portion
              -
                  thereof, were not spent in accordance with the conditions of this Agreement, the Recipient shall be held

                  liable for reimbursement to the Division of all funds not spent in accordance with these applicable

                  regulations and Agreement provisions within thirty (30) days after the Department or the Division has

              notified the Recipient of.such non-compliance. -
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                                   (j) The Recipient shall have all audits completed by an independent certified public

                  accountant (IPA) who shall either be a certified public accountant or a public accountant licensed under
                Chapter 473, Fla. Stat. The IPA shall state that the audit complied with the applicable provisions noted

                above. The audit must be submitted to the Department and the Division no later than seven (7) months

                from the end of the Recipient's fiscal year.


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                                 (a) At a minimum, the Recipient shall provide the Division with quarterly reports, and with
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                a close-out report. These reports shall include the current status and progress by the Recipient and all

                subrecipients and subcontractors in completing the work described in the Scope of Work and the

                expenditure of funds under this Agreement, in addition to such other information as requested by the

                Division.

                                (b) Quarterly reports are due to be received by the Division no later than 30 days after

                the end of each quarter of the program year and shall continue to be submitted each quarter until

                submission of the administrative close-out report. The ending dates for each quarter of the program year

                are March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31.

                                (c) The close-out report is due 60 days after termination of this Agreement or upon

                completion of the activities contained in this Agreement, whichever first occurs.

                                (d) If all required reports and copies, prescribed above, are not sent to the Division or are

                not completed in a manner acceptable to the Division, the Division may withhold further payments until

                they are completed or may take such other action as set forth in Paragraph (11) REMEDIES.

                "Acceptable to the Division" means that the work product was completed in accordance with the Budget

                and Scope of Work, Attachment A.

                                (e) The Recipient shall provide such additional program updates, reports or information

                as may be required by the Division.

                                (8) MONITORING.

                        The Recipient shall monitor its performance under this Agreement, as well as that of its

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                subcontractors, subrecipients and consultants who are paid from-funds provided-u~de~hjssAgre_eme-nt,

                ensure that time schedules are met, the Budget and Scope of Work, Attachment A is accomplished within

                the specified time periods, and other performance goals stated in this Agreement are achieved. Such
    review shall be made for each function or activity set forth in the Budget and Scope of Work, Attachment

    A to this Agreement, and reported in the quarterly report.

             In addition to reviews of audits conducted in accordance with OMB Circular A-133, as revised and

    Section 215.97, Fla. Stat.. (see Paragraph (6) AUDIT REQUIREMENTS, above ), monitoring procedures
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    may include, but not be limited to, on-site visits by Division staff, limited scope audits as defined by OMB

    Circular A-133, as revised, andlor other procedures. By entering into this Agreement, the Recipient

    agrees to comply and cooperate with all monitoring procedureslprocesses deemed appropriate by the

    Division. In the event that the Division determines that a limited scope audit of the Recipient is

    appropriate, the Recipient agrees to comply with any additional instructions provided by the Division to

    the Recipient regarding such audit. The Recipient further agrees to comply and cooperate with any

    inspections, reviews, investigations or audits deemed necessary by the Comptroller or Auditor General.

    In addition, the Division will monitor the performance and financial management by the Recipient

    throughout the contract term to ensure timely completion of all tasks.

            (9) LIABILITY

                     (a) Unless Recipient is a State agency or subdivision, as defined in Section 768.28, Fla.

    Stat.,the Recipient shall be solely responsible to parties with whom it shall deal in carrying out the terms
    of this agreement, and shall hold the Division harmless against all claims of whatever nature by third

    parties arising out of the performance of work under this agreement. For purposes of this agreement,

    Recipient agrees that it is not an employee or agent of the Division, but is an independent contractor.

                     (b) Any Recipient who is a state agency or subdivision, as defined in Section 768.28,

    Fla. Stat., agrees to be fully responsible to the extent provided by Section 768.28 Fla. Stat. for its

    negligent acts or omissions or tortious acts which result in claims or suits against the Division, and agrees

    to be liable for any damages proximately caused by said acts or omissions. Nothing herein is intended to

    serve as a waiver of sovereign immunity by any Recipient to which sovereign immunity applies. Nothing

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    herein shall be construed as consent by a state agency or subdivision of the State of- Florida to be sued - - --
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    by third parties in any matter arising out of any contract.
             (10) DEFAULT.

                     If any of the following events occur ("Events of Defaull'), all obligations on the part of the

    Division to make any further payment of funds hereunder shall, if the Division so elects, terminate and the

    Division may, at its option, exercise any of its remedies set forth in Paragraph (1I), but the Division may

    make any payments or parts of payments after the happening of any Events of Default without thereby

    waiving the right to exercise such remedies, and without becoming liable to make any further pa;ment:

                .    (a) If any warranty or representation made by the Recipient in this Agreement or any

    previous Agreement with the Division shall at any time be false or misleading in any respect, or if the

    Recipient shall fail to keep, observe or perform any of the obligations, terms or covenants contained in

    this Agreement or any previous agreement with the Division and has not cured such in timely fashion, or

    is unable or unwilling to meet its obligations thereunder;

                     (b) If any material adverse change shall occur in the financial condition of the Recipient

    at any time during the term of this Agreement, and the Recipient fails to cure said material adverse

    change within thirty (30) days from the time the date written notice is sent by the Division.

                     (c) If any reports required by this Agreement have not been submitted to the Division or

    have been submitted with incorrect, incomplete or insufficient information;

                     (d) If the Recipient has failed to perform and complete in timely fashion any of its

    obligations under this Agreement.

            (11) REMEDIES.

                     Upon the happening of an Event of Default, then the Division may, at its option, upon

    thirty (30) calendar days prior written notice to the Recipient and upon the Recipient's failure to cure

    within said thirty (30) day period, exercise any one or more of the following remedies, either concurrently

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                     (a) Terminate this Agreement, provided that the Recipient is given at least thirty (30)

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    days prior written notice of such termmation. The notice shall be effective when placed-in the United

    States mail, first class mail, postage prepaid, by registered or certified mail-return receipt requested, to
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    the address set forth in paragraph (13) herein;
                     (b) Commence an appropriate legal or equitable action to enforce performance of this

    Agreement;

                     (c) Withhold or suspend payment of all or any part of a request for payment;

                     (d) Exercise any corrective or remedial actions, to include but not be limited to:

                               1. requesting additional information from the Recipient to determine the reasons
                     for or the extent of non-compliance or lack of performance,
                               2. issuing a written warning to advise that more serious measures may be taken
                     if the situation is not corrected,
                               3. advising the Recipient to suspend, discontinue or refrain from incurring costs
                     for any activities in question or
                               4. requiring the Recipient to reimburse the Division for the amount of costs
                     incurred for any items determined to be ineligible;

                     (e) Require that the Recipient return to the Division any funds which were used for

    ineligible purposes under the program laws, rules and regulations governing the use of funds under this

    program.

                     (9   Exercise any other rights or remedies which may be otherwise available under

    law.

                     (g) The pursuit of any one of the .above remedies shall not preclude the Division from

    pursuing any other remedies contained herein or otherwise provided at law or in equity. No waiver by the

I   Division of any right or remedy granted hereunder or failure to insist on strict performance by the

1   Recipient shall affect or extend or act as a waiver of any other right or remedy of the Division hereunder,

    or affect the subsequent exercise of the same right or remedy by the Division for any further or


i   subsequent default by the Recipient.

            (12) TERMINATION.

                    (a) The Division may terminate this Agreement for cause upon such written notice as is


I   reasonable under the circumstances. Cause-shall include, but not be limited to, misuse of funds; fraud;

1   lack of compliance with applicable kules, laws and regulations; failure to perform in a timely-manner; and

    refusal by the Recipient to permit public access to any document, paper, letter, or other material subject
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    to disclosure under Chapter 119, Fla. Stat., as amended.
                         (b) The Division may terminate this Agreement when it determines, in its sole discretion,

     that the continuation of the Agreement would not produce beneficial results commensurate with the

     further expenditure of funds, by providing the Recipient with thirty (30) calendar days prior written notice.

                         (c) The parties may agree to terminate this Agreement for their mutual convenience as

     evidenced by written amendment of this Agreement. The amendment shall establish the effective date of

     the termination and the procedures for proper closeout of the Agreement.

                         (d) In the event that this Agreement is terminated, the Recipient will not incur new

     obligations for the terminated portion of the Agreement after the Recipient has received the notification of

     termination. The Recipient will cancel as many outstanding obligations as possible. Costs incurred after

     the date of receipt of notice of the termination will be disallowed. Nohhithstanding the above, the

     Recipient shall not be relieved of liability to the Division by virtue of any breach of Agreement by the

     Recipient. The Division may, to the extent authorized by law, withhold any payments to the Recipient for

     purpose of set-off until such time as the exact amount of damages due the Division from the Recipient is

     determined.

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     hand delivery, or first class, certified mail, return receipt requested, to the representative identified below

     at the address set forth below and said notification attached to the original of this Agreement.
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                         (b) The name and address of the Division contract manager for this Agreement is:
                                              Wendy Stewart
                                              2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
                                              Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100
                                              Telephone: (850) 922-7447
                                              Fax: (850) 488-7842
                                              Email: wendy.stewart@dca.state.fl.us_

                      (c) The name and address of the Representative of the Recipient responsible for the
     administration of this Agreement is:


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                 (d) In the event that different representatives or addresses are designated by either party

after execution of this Agreement, notice of the name, title and address of the new representative

will be rendered as provided in (13)(a) above.

         (14) SUBCONTRACTS-
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        If the Recipient subcontracts any or all of the work required under this Agreement, a copy of the

unsigned subcontract must be forwarded to the Division for review and approval prior to execution of the

subcontract by the Recipient. The Recipient agrees to include in the subcontract that (i) the subcontractor

is bound by the terms of this Agreement, (ii) the subcontractor is bound by all applicable state and

federal laws and regulations, and (iii) the subcontractor shall hold the Division and Recipient harmless

against all claims of whatever nature arising out of the subcontractor's performance of work under this

Agreement, to the extent allowed and required by law. Each subcontractor's progress in performing its

work under this Agreement shall be documented in the quarterly report submitted by the Recipient.

        For each subcontract, the Recipient shall provide a written statement to the Division as to
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whether that subcontractor is a minority vendor.

        (15) TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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

        (16) ATTACHMENTS

                (a) All attachments to this Agreement are incorporated as if set out fully herein.

                 (b) In the event of any inconsistencies or conflict between the language of this

Agreement and the attachments hereto, the language of such attachments shall be controlling, but only to

the extent of such conflict or inconsistency.

                 (c) This Agreement has the following attachments:

                 Exhibit 1 - Funding Sources

                Attachment A - Budget and Scope of Work

                Attachment B - Program Statutes-and - - -- -
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                Attachment C - Justification of Advance

                ~ttachment - Warranties and Representations
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                 .   .   Attachment E - Certification Regarding Debarment

                         Attachment F - Assurances



                         (a) This is a cost-reimbursement Agreement. The Recipient shall be reimbursed for
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    costs incurred in the satisfactory performance of work hereunder in an amount not to exceed $12,872

    subject to the availability of funds.

                         (b) Any advance payment under this Agreement is subject to Section 216.181(16),

    Fla.Stat., and is contingent upon the Recipient's acceptance of the rights of the Division under Paragraph

    (12)(b) of this Agreement. The amount which may be advanced may not exceed the expected cash

    needs of the Recipient within the first three (3) months of the contract term. For a federally funded

    contract, any advance payment is also subject to federal OMB Circulars A-87, A-I 10, A-122 and the Cash

    Management Improvement Act of 1990. If an advance payment is requested, the budget data on which

    the request is based and a justification statement shall be included in this Agreement asAttachment C.

    Attachment C will specify the amount of advance payment needed and provide an explanation of the

    necessity for and proposed use of these funds.

                                 1.             No advance payment is requested.
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                                2.              An advance payment of $                         is requested.

                         (c) After the initial advance, if any, payment shall be made on a reimbursement basis as
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    needed. The Recipient agrees to expend funds in accordance with the Budget and Scope of Work,

1   Attachment A of this Agreement.


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             If the necessary funds are not available to fund this Agreement as a result of action by Congress,

    the State Legislature, the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, the State Office of Planning and Budgeting

    or the Federal Office of Management and Budgeting, all obligations on the part of the Division to make

    any further payment of funds hereunder shall terminate, and the                                 shall submit its closeout report

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    within thirty (30) days of rece_iptof notice_ from the Division. .
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             (18) REPAYMENTS

            All refunds or repayments to be made to the Division under this Agreement are to be made

    payable to the order of "Department of Community Affiirs", and mailed directly to the Department at the

    following address:

                                          Department of Community Affairs
                                                     Cashier
                                              Finance and Accounting
                                           2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
                                            Tallahassee FL 32399-2100

    In accordance with Section 215.34(2), Fla. Stat., if a check or other draft is returned to the Department for

    collection, the Department must add to the amount of the check or draft a service fee of Fifteen Dollars

    ($15.00) or Five Percent (5%) of the face amount of the check or draft, whichever is greater.

            (19) VENDOR PAYMENTS.

                     Pursuant to Section 215.422, Fla. Stat., the Division shall issue payments to vendors

    within 40 days after receipt of an acceptable invoice and receipt, inspection, and acceptance of goods

    andlor services provided in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Agreement. Failure to issue

    the warrant within 40 days shall result in the Division paying interest at a rate as established pursuant to

    Section 55.03(1) Fla. Stat. The interest penalty shall be paid within 15 days after issuing the warrant.

                     Vendors experiencing problems obtaining timely payment(s) from a state agency may

    receive assistance by contacting the Vendor Ombudsman at (850) 413-5516.

            (20) STANDARD CONDITIONS

                     (a)      The validity of this Agreement is subject to the truth and accuracy of all the

    information, representations, and materials submitted or provided by the Recipient in this Agreement, in

    any subsequent submission or response to Division request, or in any submission or response to fulfill the

    requirements of this Agreement, and such information, representations, and materials are incorporated by

    reference. The lack of accuracy thereof or any material changes shall, at the option of the Division and

    ---- - (30) days written notice --- the Recipient, cause the termination of this Agreement andthe
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         venue for any actions arising out of this Agreement shall lie in Leon County. If any provision hereof is in
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         conflict with any applicable statute or rule, or is otherwise unenforceable, then such provision shall be

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         invalidate any other provision of this Agreement.

                          (c)        Any power of approval or disapproval granted to the Division under the terms of
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!    this Agreement shall survive the terms and life of this Agreement as a whole.

                          (d)        The Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, any one of

     which may be taken as an original.

                          (e)        The Recipient agrees to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act (Public

     Law 101-336, 42 U.S.C. section 12101 et seq.), if applicable, which prohibits discrimination by public and

     private entities on the basis of disability in the areas of employment, public accommodations,

     transportation, State and local government services, and in telecommunications.

                         (f)         A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a

     conviction for a public entity crime or on the discriminatory vendor list may not submit a bid on a contract

     to provide any goods or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity

     for the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leases of real

     property to a public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor,

     or consultant under a contract with a public entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in

     excess of Category Two for a period of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor

     list or on the discriminatory vendor list.

                         (g)         With respect to any Recipient which is not a local government or state agency.

     and which receives funds under this Agreement from the federal government, by signing this Agreement,

     the Recipient certifies, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that it and its principals:

                                     1. are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared
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     ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by a federal department or agency;
                              2. have not, within a five-year period preceding this proposal been convicted of

    or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection

    with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (federal, state or local) transaction or contract

    under public transaction; violation of federal or state antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement,

    theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen

    property;

                              3. are not presently indicted or otherwise 'criminally or civilly charged by a

    governmental entity (federal, state or local) with commission of any offenses enumerated in paragraph

    20(h)2. of this certification; and

                              4. have not within a five-year period preceding this Agreement had one or more

    public transactions (federal, state or local) terminated for cause or default.

             Where the Recipient is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, such

    Recipient shall attach an explanation to this Agreement.

            In addition, the Recipient shall submit to the Division (by email or by facsimile transmission) the

    completed "Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility And Voluntary Exclusion"

    (Attachment D) for each prospective subcontractor which Recipient intends to fund under this Agreement.

    Such form must be received by the Division prior to the Recipient entering into a contract with any

    prospective subcontractor.

                     (h)      The State of Florida's performance and obligation to.pay under this Agreement is

    contingent upon an annual appropriation by the Legislature, and subject to any modification in

    accordance with Chapter 216, Fla. Stat. or .the Florida Constitution.

                     (i)      All bills for fees or other compensation for services or expenses shall be

    submitted in detail sufficient for a proper preaudit and postaudit thereof.
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    besubmitted in accordance with Section 112.061, Fla. Stat.            __   __          --     -.- - .




                     (k)      The Division reserves the right to unilaterally cancel this Agreement for refusal by

    the Recipient to allow public access to all documents, papers, letters or other material subject to the
    provisions of Chapter 119, Fla. Stat., and made or received by the Recipient in conjunction with this

    Agreement.

                     (1)     If the Recipient is allowed to temporarily invest any advances of funds under this

    Agreement, any interest income shall either be returned to the Division or be applied against the

    Division's obligation to pay the contract amount.

                     (m)     The State of Florida will not intentionally award publicly-funded contracts to any

    contractor who knowingly employs unauthorized alien workers, constituting a violation of the employment

    provisions contained in 8 U.S.C. Section 1324a(e) [Section 274A(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act

    ("INA)]. The Division shall consider the employment by any contractor of unauthorized aliens a violation

    of Section 274A(e) of the INA. Such violation by the Recipient of the employment provisions contained in

    Section 274A(e) of the INA shall be grounds for unilateral cancellation of this Agreement by the

    Department.

                     (n)     The Recipient is subject to Florida's Government in the Sunshine Law (Section

    286.011, Fla. Stat. ) with-respectto the meetings of the Recipient's governing board or the meetings of

    any subcommittee making recommendations to the governing board. All such meetings shall be publicly

    noticed, open to the public, and the minutes of all such meetings shall be public records, available to the

    public in accordance with Chapter 119, Fla. Stat.

            (21)     LOBBYING PROHIBITION

                     (a) No funds or other resources received from the Division in connection with this

    Agreement may be used directly or indirectly to influence legislation or any other official action by the

    Florida Legislature or any state agency.

                     (b) The Recipient certifies, by its signature to this Agreement, that to the best of his or

    her knowledge and belief:

                             1. No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf

    of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any
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    agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of

    Congress in connection with the awardirig of any Federal contract, the making of any Federal grant, the
      making of any Federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension,

      continuation, renewal, amendment or modification of any Federal contract, grant, loan or cooperative

      agreement.

                                2. If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be

      paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a

      Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in

      connection with this Federal contract, grant, loan or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall

      complete and submit Standard Form-LLL, "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying," in accordance with its

      instructions.
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                                3. The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be

      included in the award documents for all subawards at all tiers (including subcontracts, subgrants, and

      contracts under grants, loans, and cooperative agreements) and that all subrecipients shall certify and

      disclose accordingly.

                       This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed


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      making or entering into this transaction imposed by Section 1352, Title 31, U.S. Code. Any person who
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      fails to file the required certification shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not

      more than $100,000 for each such failure.

              (22)     COPYRIGHT, PATENT AND TRADEMARK

I.                     ANY AND ALL PATENT RIGHTS ACCRLllNG LlNDER OR IN CONNECTION WlTH

      THE PERFORMANCE OF THlS AGREEMENT ARE HEREBY RESERVED TO 'THE STATE OF

      FLORIDA. ANY AND ALL COPYRIGHTS ACCRUING UNDER OR IN CONNECTION WlTH THE

      PERFORMANCE OF THlS AGREEMENT ARE HEREBY TRANSFERRED BY THE RECIPIENT TO

      THE STATE OF FLORIDA.

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                       (a) If the Recipient brings to the performance. -. - Agreement a pre-existing patent or -
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      copyright, the Recipient shall retain all rights and entitlements to that pre-existing patent or copyright

      unless the Agreement provides otherwise.
                     (b) If any discovery or invention arises or is developed in the course of or as a result of

    work or services performed under this Agreement, or in any way connected herewith, the Recipient shall

    refer the discovery or invention to the Division for a determination whether patent protection will be sought

    in the name of the State of Florida. Any and all patent rights accruing under or in connection with the

    performance of this Agreement are hereby reserved to the State of Florida. In the event that any books,

    manuals, films, or other copyrightable material are produced, the Recipient shall notify the Division. Any

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    and all copyrights accruing under or in connection with the performance under t h i s ~ ~ r e e m eare hereby

    transferred by the Recipient to the State of Florida.

                     (c) Within thirty (30) days of execution of this Agreement, the Recipient shall disclose all

    intellectual properties relevant to the performance of this Agreement which he or she knows or should           .

    know could give rise to a patent or copyright. The Recipient shall retain all rights and entitlements to any

    pre-existing intellectual property which is so disclosed. Failure to disclose will indicate that no such

    property exists. The Division shall then, under Paragraph (b), have the right to all patents and copyrights
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    to receive the funds to be provided under this Agreement and that, if applicable, its governing body has

    authorized, by resolution or otherwise, the execution and acceptance of this Agreement with all covenants
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            (24) ASSURANCES.

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        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this contract to be executed by their

        undersigned officials as duly authorized.

RECIPIENT: TAYLOR COUNTY



BY:

Name and title:

Date:

SAMAS #                                 FID#



STATE OF FLORIDA

DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT


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Name and Title: W. Crain Fuaate, Director of the Division of Ernergencv Management

Date:
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FEDERAL RESOURCES AWARDED TO THE RECIPIENT PURSUANT TO THlS AGREEMENT
CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING:
NOTE: If the resources awarded to the reci@e-drepresent more than one Federal program,-provide the
same information shown below for each Federalprogram and show total Federal resources awarded.

Federal Program
Department of Homeland Security
CFDA: 97.067
$12,872


COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTSAPPLICABLE TO THE FEDERAL RESOURCES AWARDED
PURSUANT TO THlS AGREEMENT ARE AS FOLLOWS:

NOTE: If the resources awarded to the recipient represent more than one Federal program, list applicable
compliance requirements for each Federal program in the same manner as shown below.

Federal Program:
List applicable compliance requirements asfollows:


1.      Recipient is to use funding to perform eligible activities as identified in the Office of Grants and
        Training Fiscal Year 2006-07 State Homeland Security Grant Program (SHSGP), consistent with
        the Department of Homeland Security State Strategy.
2.      Recipient is subject to all administrative and financial requirements or will be in violation with the
        terms of the agreement.

NOTE: Instead of listing the specific compliance requirements as shown above, the State awarding
agency may elect to use language that requires the recipient to comply with the requirements of
applicable provisions of specific laws, rules, regulations, etc. For example, for Federal Program I the,
language may state that the recipient must comply with a specific law(s), ruIe(s), or regulation(s) that
pertains to how the awarded resources must be used or how eligibility determinations are to be made.
 The State awarding agency, if practical, may want to attach a copy of the specific law, rule, or regulation
referred to.


NOTE: Section .400(d) of OMB Circular A-133, as revised, and. Section 215.97(5)(a), Florida Statutes,
require that the information about Federal Programs and State Projects included in Exhibit 1 be provided
to the recipient.
                                                      Proposed Program Budget

     Below is a general budget which outlines eligible categories and their allocation under this award. The Recipient is to utilize the
     "Proposed Program Budget" as a guide for completing the "Budget Detail Worksheet" below.           '.



     &         No more than 3% of the total award may be expended on Management and Administration costs by the Recipient.
     dL        At the discretion of the Recipient, funds allocated to Management and Administration (as described in the "Proposed
               Program Budget") may be put towards Programmatic costs instead.
     4         The transfer of funds between planning, training, exercises and management & administration is permitted, for this
               contract only, whereas management & administration costs do not exceed 3% of the Recipient's total award.




                                                                     Planning
                                                                     Training                                                       $12,498
                                        Taylor County                Exercises
State Homeland Security Grant
                                        Emergency
Program - Issue 06
                                        Management                   59a Management and Administration
                                                                     (the dollar amount which corresponds to 3% of the
                                                                     total local agency allocation is shown in the column
                                                                     on the right. (Only 3% of line 59a can be allocated
                                                                     for each line item)
                                                            Budget Detail Worksheet

     The Recipient is required to provide a completed budget detail worksheet, to the Division, which accounts for the total award for
     issue 06 as described in the "Proposed Program Budget".

     If any changes need to be made to the 'Budget DetailWorksheet", after the execution of this contract, contact the contract manager
     listed in this contract via email or letter.




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     Develop and implement homeland security support programs and adopt
     ongoing DHS national initiatives

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     Develop or conduct assessments

     Establish, enhance, or evaluate Citizen Corps-related volunteer
     programs

     Hiring of full or part-time staff or contractorslconsultants to assist with
     planning activities (not for the purpose of hiring public safety personnel
     fulfilling traditional public safety duties)

     Conferences to facilitate planning activities

     Materials required to conduct planning activities

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     Overtime and backfill costs - Payment of overtime expenses will be
     for work performed by award (SAA) or sub-award employees in excess
     of the established work week (usually 40 hours) related to the planning
     activities for the development and implementation of the programs under
     HSGP.



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     personnel attending G&T-sGnsored and approved training classei
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     expenses for part-time and volunteer emergency response personnel


     plan and conduct training workshops or conferences to include costs
     related to planning, meeting space and other meeting costs, facilitation
     costs, materials and supplies, travel, and training plan development.
      Full or Part-Time Staff or ContractorslConsultants - Full or part-time
      staff may be hired to support training-related activities. Payment of
      salaries and fringe benefits must be in accordance with the policies of
      the state or local unit($ of government and have the approval of the
      state or the awarding agency, whichever is applicable. The services of
      contractors/consultantsmay also be procured by the state in the design,
      development, conduct, and evaluation of CBRNE training. The
    - applicant's formal.writte_n procurement policy or-the ~ederal
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      Reaulations (FAR) must be followed.
Exercise Planning Workshop - Grant funds may be used to plan and
conduct an Exercise Planning Workshop to include costs related to
planning, meeting space and other meeting costs, facilitation costs,
materials and supplies, travel and exercise plan development.
Full or Part-Time Staff or ContractorslConsultants - Full or part-time
staff may be hired to support exercise-related activities. Payment of
salaries and fringe benefits must be in accordance with the pollcies of
the state or local unit(s) of government and have the approval of the
state or the awarding agency, whichever is applicable. The services of
contractorslconsultants may also be procured to support the design,
development, conduct and evaluation of CBRNE exercises. The
applicant's formal written procurement policy or the Federal Acquisition
Regulations (FAR) must be followed.
Overtime and backfill costs - Overtime and backfill costs associated
with the design, development and conduct of CBRNE exercises are
allowable expenses.

Grantees may also use G&T grant funds to cover overtime and backfill
expenses for part-time and volunteer emergency response personnel
participating in G&T exercises.


Travel -Travel costs (i.e., airfare, mileage, per diem, hotel, etc.) are
allowable as expenses by employees who are on travel status for official
business related to the planning and conduct of the exercise project(s).
These costs must be in accordance with state law as highlighted in the
W P Financial Guide. States must also follow state regulations regarding
travel. If a state or territory does not have a travel policy they must follow
federal guidelines and rates, as explained in the OJP F~nancial     Guide.
For further information on federal law pertaining to travel costs please
refer to http Ilwww ojp usdoj govlF~nGu~de

Supplies - Supplies are items that are expended or consumed during
the course of the planning and conduct of the exercise project(s) (e.g ,
copying paper, gloves, tape, non-sterile masks, and disposable
protective equipment).
Other Items - These costs include the rental of spacellocations for      -       -   -- - -   -   -   -   - -

exerclse planning and conduct, exercise signs, badges, etc

The scenarios used in SHSGP funded exercises must be terrorism-related and based on the State Homeland Security
Strategy and plans. Acceptable scenarios for exercises include chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive, cyber
and agricultural. A state or localjunsdiction that conducts an exercise using SHSGP funds must follow the HSEEP doctrine
and protocols located at http./hww ol~.usdol.  sov/odp/exerc~ses.htm#hsee~.
    application requirements.




government AND from an award for a single period of time (e.g., 1:00
pm to 5.00 pm), even though such work may benefk both activities.




The following are allowable only within the contract period:
4    Recurring feeslcharges associated with certain equipment, such as
     cell phones, faxes, etc.
ly   Leasing andlo? renting of space for newly hired personnel to
     administer programs within FY06 SHSGP.

                                                                         TOTAL
                                                              Scope of Work
      Funding is provided to perform eligible activities as identified in the Office of Grants and Training Fiscal Year 2006 State Homeland
      Security Grant Program (SHSGP), consistent with the Department of Homeland Security State Strategy. Eligible activities are
      outlined in the Scope of Work for each category below:

      1.        Categories and Eligible Activities

---             06.   Planning, Training and Exercises for Local and Regional Efforts

                FY2006 SHSGP, Issue 06, allowable costs are divided into the following categories: planning, training and exercises.
                In addition, management and administration costs are also allowable. Management and administration costs may not
                exceed 3% of the Recipient's total award.

              A.          Planning

                           Developing and implementing homeland security support programs and adopting DHS national
                           initiatives including but not limited to the following:

                               Costs associated with implementing the National Preparedness Goal and Guidance
                               Costs associated with implementing and adopting NlMS
                               Costs associated with modifying existing incident management and EOPs to ensure proper alignment with
                               the NRP coordinating structures, processes, and
                               Establishing or enhancing mutual aid agreements             .
                               Developing communications and interoperability protocols and solutions
                               Conducting local, regional, and tribal program implementation meetings
                               Developing or updating resource inventory assets in accordance to typed resource definitions issued by
                               the NIC
                               Designing state and local geospatial data systems
                               Develo~ina    related critical infrastructureterrorism Drevention activities includina:
                               o    p;aning to enhance security during heightened alerts, during terrorist inGdents, andlor during
                                    mitigation and recovery
                               o    Public informationleducation: printed and electronic materials, public service announcements,
                                    seminarsltown hall meetings, web postings coordinated through local Citizen Corps Councils
                               o    Citizen Corps activities in communities surrounding critical infrastructure sites, including
                                    Neighborhood Watch, VIPs, and other opportunities for citizen participation
                               o                    CIP
                                    ~ v a i u a t i n ~ security equipment andlor personnel requirements to protect and secure sites
                               o    CIP cost assessments, including resources (financial, personnel, etc.) required for security
                                    enhancementsldeployments.

                           Developing related terrorism prevention activities including, including but not limited to the following:

                               Planning to enhance security during heightened alerts, during terrorist incidents.
                               andlor during mitigation and recovery.
                               Multidiscipline preparation across first responder community, including EMS for
                               response to catastrophic events and acts of terrorism.
                               Public informationleducation:printed and electronic materials, public service
                               announcements, seminarsltown hall meetings, web postings coordinated through
                               local Citizen Corps Councils.
                               Citizen Corps volunteer programs and other activities to strengthen citizen
                               participation.
                               Conducting public education campaigns, including promoting individual, family
                               and business emergency preparedness; promoting the Ready campaign; andlor
                               creating State, regional or local emergency preparedness efforts that build upon
                               the Ready campaign.
                               Evaluating CIP security equipment andlor personnel requirements to protect and
                               secure sites.
                               CIP cost assessments, including resources (e.g., financial, personnel) required for
                               security enhancements/deployments.
                   - -.
                                      enhancing plans and prot&ols, including but not limited to.
                           ~evelo~ingand

                                Developing or enhancing EOPs and operating procedures.
                                Developing terrorism preventionldeterrenceplans.
                                ~evelo~ing  plans, procedures, and requirements for the management of infrastructure and resources
                                related to HSGP and implementationof State or Urban Area Homeland Securii Strategies.
                                Developing or enhancing border security plans.
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      Developing or enhancing cyber security plans.
      Developing or enhancing cyber risk mitigation plans.
      Developing or enhancing agriculturelfood security risk mitigation, response, and recovery plans.
      Developing publidprivate sector partnership emergency response, assessment, and resource sharing
      plans.
      Developing or updating local or regional communications plans.
      Developing plans to support and assist special needs jurisdictions, such as port
      authorities and rail and mass transit agencies.
      Developing or enhancing continuity of operations and continuity of government Plans.
      Developing or enhancing existing catastrophic incident response and recovery plans to include and
      integrate Federal assets provided under the NRP.
                    i enhancinievacuation plans.
      ~ e v e l o ~or n ~
      Developing or enhancing citizen surge capacity.

 Developing or conducting assessments, including but not limited to:

      Conducting point vulnerability assessments at critical infrastructure siteskey assets and develop
      remediationlsecurity plans.
      Conducting cyber risk and vulnerability assessments.
      Conducting assessments and exercising existing catastrophic incident response and recovery plans and
      capabilities to identify critical gaps that cannot be met by existing local and State resources.
      Activities that directly support the identification of specific catastrophic incident priority response and
      recovery projected needs across disciplines (e.g. law enforcement, fire, EMS, public health, behavioral
      health, public works, agriculture, information technology, and citizen preparedness).
      Activities that directly support the identification of predesignated temporary housing sites.


Training
 FY 2006 SHSP funds may be used to enhance the capabilities of State and local emergency preparedness and
 response personnel through development of a State homeland security training program. Allowable training-
 related costs include: 1. Establishment of support for, conduct of, and attendance at preparedness training
 programs within existing training academieslinstitutions, universities, or junior colleges. Preparedness training
 programs are defined as those programs related to prevention, protection, response, and or recovery from
 natural, technical, or manmade catastrophic incidents, supporting one or more Target Capabilities in alignment
 with national priorities as stated in the Goal. Examples of such programs include but are not limited to CBRNE
 terrorism, critical infrastructure protection, cyber security, and citizen preparedness. 2. Overtime and backfill
 costs associated with attendance at GBT-sponsored and approved training courses. SHSP may also be used
 for training citizens in awareness, prevention, protection, response, recovery skills

Exercises
 SHSP funds may be used to design, develop, conduct;and       evaluate exercises that:

      Provide homeland security preparedness personnel and volunteers a venue to practice prevention,
      protection, response, and recovery activities.
      Evaluate prevention and response plans, policy, procedures, and protocols, including NlMS and NRP.
      Assess the readiness of jurisdictions to prevent and respond to terrorist attacks.
      Encourage coordination with surrounding jurisdictions in prevention, protection, response, and recovery
      activities.

 Exercises conducted with OGBT support (grant funds or direct support) must be managed and executed in
 accordance with the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). HSEEP Volumes 1-111
 contain guidance and recommendations for designing, developing, conducting, and evaluating exercises.
 HSEEP Volumes 1-11! can be found at OGBT's website at http:llwww.ojp.usdoj.govlodplexercises.htm. Volume
 IV, which contains sample exercise materials and documents, can be found on OGBT's Secure Portal at
 https:llodp.esportals.com or http:/lwww.llis.gov.

 Exercise Scenarios. The scenarios used in SHSGP-funded exercises must be terrorism-related and based on
 the State or Urban Area Homeland Security Strategy and plans. Acceptable scenarios for exercises include:
 chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive, cyber and agricultural Grantees that need further
 clarification on scenarios should consult with their State ExercLse Manager for assistance andlor_approval. _-      _
 Fifteenall-hazards National Planning Scenarios, including 12 terrorism scenarios, have been developed, and
 will be made available for use in national, federal, state, and local homeland security preparedness activities
 (See HSPD-8: National Preparednesson page 49). Citizen participation in exercises is encouraged to include
 backfilling non-professionaltasks for first responders deployed on exercise, administrative and log~stical
 assistance with exercise implementation, and providing simulated victims, press, and members of the public.
 Citizen participation in exercises should be coordinated with local Citizen Corps Council(s). If a state or urban
 area will be hosting an upcoming special event (e.g., Superbowl, G-8 Summit, etc ), or they anticipate that they
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 will apply to be a venue for a future Top Officials (TOPOFF) exercise, they should plan to use SHSP or UASl
 funding to fund training and exercise activities in preparation for that event.
 All tabletop exercises Cm(s), drills, functional exercises (FEs), and full-scale exercises (FSEs) will be evaluated
 and performance based. An After Action Report (AAR) and Improvement Plan will be prepared and submitted to
 the State following every m(, drill, FE, and FSE. AARllPs must be provided to the State within 30 days
 following completion of each exercise (see HSEEP Volume II, Appendix A).

                                    -
Management and Administration no more than 3% of each sub-recipient's total award may be expended on
Management and Administration costs by the sub-recipients                                                              .
                                                                                                                       .


  Hiring of full-time or part-time staff or contractors/consultants:
       To assist with the management of the P(2006 SHSGP
       To assist with design, requirements and the implementation of the FY2006 SHSGP
       To assist with the implementation and administrationof the State Homeland Security Strategy, as it may
       relate to the FY2006 SHSGP

  Hiring of full-time or part-time staff or contractors/consultants and expenses related to:
       Meeting compliance reportingldata collection requirements, including data calls

  Development of operating plans for information collection and processing necessary to respond t o
  DHSIOGaT data calls

                                -
 Overtime and backfill costs Overtime expenses are defined as the result of personnel who worked over and
 above their normal scheduled daily or weekly worked time in the performance of G&T - approved activities.
 Backfill Costs also called "Overtime as Backfill" are defined as exDenses from the result of ~ersonnel  who are
 working overtime in order to perform the duties of other personnil who are temporarily assigned to G&T -
 approved activities outside their core responsibiliies. Neither overtime nor backfill expenses are the result of an
 increase of Full - Time Equivalent (FTEs) employees. These costs are allowed only to the extent the payment
 for such services is in accordance with the policies of the state or unit(s) of local government and has the
 approval of the state or the awarding agency, whichever is applicable. In no case is dual compensation
 allowable. That is, an employee of a unit of government may not receive compensation from their unit or agency
 of government AND from an award for a single period of time (e.g., 1:00 pm to 300 pm), even though such
 work may benefit both activities. Fringe benefits on overtime hours are limited to Federal Insurance
 Contributions Act (FICA), Workers' Compensation and Unemployment Compensation..

 Travel expenses

  Meeting-related expenses (For a complete list of allowable meeting-related expenses, please review the OJP
  Financial Guide at http://www.oip.usdoi.qov/FinGuide).

 Acquisition of authorized office equipment, including:
     Personal computers
     Laptop computers
     Printers
     LCD projectors, and
     Other equipment or software which may be required to support the implementation of the homeland
     security strategy

 The following are allowable only within the period of performance of'the contract:
      Recurring feeslcharges associated with certain equipment, such as cell phones, faxes, etc.
      Leasing andlor renting of space for newly hired personnel to administer programs within the FY2006
      SHSGP

  Unauthorized Expenditures
      Expenditures for items such as general-use software (word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, etc.)
     General-use computers and related equipment
     General-use vehicles
     Licensing fees
     Weapons systems and ammunition
     Construction or renovation of facilities that would have been reasonably necessary due to non-terrorist    ..
-. --threats-          --
                      --         .- - -  - -                      --                 - --- -

     Activities unrelated to the completion and implementation of the SHSGP
                                           the
     Other items not in accordance w~th Authorized Equipment List or previously listed as allowable costs
     Recurring Costs
     Funding may not be used to supplant ongoing, routine public safety activities of state and local emergency
     responders, and may not be used to hire staff for operational activities or backfill.
         F.        Overtime and Backfill Guidance
                   Overtime: Expenses incurred by those personnelwho, as a result of d B ~ - a ~ ~ r o activities, are performing
                                                                                                         ved
                   over and above their normal, scheduled work hours or work week.
                   Backfill (also called Overtime as Backfill): Expenses incurred by those personnel who are working over and
                   above their normal, scheduled work hours, or work week, in order to perform the duties of other personnel who
                   are temporarily assigned to GBT-approved activities outside their core responsibilities. The OJP OC does not
                   distinguish between Overtime and Overtime as Backfill -they are both viewed as overtime regardless of
                   whether the individual has performed more hours in their normally assigned place of duty or if the overtime
                   accrued as a result of being re-assigned to a different place of duty. Overtime and - . do not result in an
                                                                                                    -  backfill
                   increase of full-time employee-(FTEs).

I.
 I       National Preparedness Initiatives
         Urban Areas are strongly encouraged to pay close attention to the language in these sections in order to stay abreast of
         initiatives being highlighted by DHS and to comply with associated program requirements.

         A.        National Incident Management System (NIMS)
                   NlMS provides a consistent nationwide approach for federal, state, territorial, tribal, and local governments to
                   work effectively and efficiently together to prepare for, prevent, respond to, and recover from domestic
                   incidents, regardless of cause, size or complexity. Since FY2006 is a critical year for initial NlMS adoption, the
                   Recipient should start now by prioritizing FY2006 preparedness assistance (in accordance with the eligibility
                   and allowable uses of the grant) to facilitate its implementation.

                   1.        Minimum FY2006 NlMS Compliance Requirements

                                  lncorporating NlMS into existing training programs and exercises;
                                  Ensuring that federal preparedness funding supports NlMS implementation (in accordance with
                                  the eligibility and allowable uses of the grants);   .
                                  lncorporating NlMS into emergency operations planning;
                                  Promotion of mutual aid agreements; and,
                                  Institutionalizing the use of the lncident Command System (ICS).

                   2.        Local units of government should support NlMS implementation by:

                                  Having relevant personnel complete the NlMS Awareness Course:
                                  These independent study courses are available on-line and will take between forty-five minutes
                                  to three hours to complete. The course is available on the Emergency Management Institute
                                  web page at: http://traininn.fema.wv

                                  Formally recognizing NlMS and adopting NlMS principles and policies. The NIC will
                                  provide sample language and templates to assist in formally adopting NlMS through legislative
                                  and/or executiveladministrativemeans.

                                  Establish a NlMS baseline by determining which NlMS requirements are already satisfied.
                                  The NIC is developing a web-based self-assessmentsystem, the NlMS CapabilityAssessment
                                  Support Tool (NIMCAST) to evaluate their incident response and management capabilities. The
                                                             the                                                     n
                                  NIC is currentlv ~ilotina NIMCAST with a limited number of states. U ~ o com~letion the      of
                                  pilot, the NIC wiil provi;de all potential future users with voluntary access'to the system.


                   3.        FY 2006 and FY 2007 Reauirements
                             In order for the State to redeive FY2006 preparednessfunding, the compliance requirements
                             described above must be met. Additional information about NlMS compliance and resources for
                             achieving compliance will be forthcoming from the NIC. The NIC web page,
                             http://www.fema.nov/nims, will be updated regularly with NlMS information and implementation
                             guidance.

Note: AII'FY 2006 Homeland Security Gran Program Grant Guidance can be found at
                                            wdf
http:/lwww.oip.usdoi.~ovlodp/docslfy2006hs~~.
                               B.           Monitorinq:

                                                     Florida Division of Emergency Management
                                                 US Department of Homeland Security Grants Program
                                                              Grant Monitoring Process
                               Florida has enhanced the state and local capability and capacity to prevent, prepare and respond to terrorist threats since
                               1999 through various funding sources including federal grant funds. As the steward of the State Homeland Security Grant
                               Program funds, projects and equipment the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) has a responsibility to
                               track and monitor the status of the grant activity and items purchased or developed.

                               The monitoring process detailed in this document is designed to assess a recipient agency's compliance with applicable
                               state and federal guidelines. The FDEM is responsiblefor monitoring the programmatic and capability portion of the grant
                               to include equipment procurement and compliance with applicable DHS grant guidance.

                               Monitoring is accomplished utilizing various methods including desk monitoring and site visits. There are two primary
                                                                            -
                               areas reviewed during monitoring activities financial and programmaticJcapability.Financial monitoring is the review of
                               records associated with the purchase and disposition of property, projects and contracts. Capability review is the
                               observation of equipment purchased, protocols and other associated records.

                               Various levels of financial and programmatic review may be accomplished during this process.

                               Desk monitoring is defined as the review of projects, financial activQ and technical assistance between the program office
                               and the applicant via e-mail and telephone. Site visits are defined as actual visits to the recipient agency's location by a
                               team or members of FDEM or their designee, to actually o b s e ~ e  records, procedures and equipment.

                               For Planningthe Division reserves the option to request access to any document, as described below, at anytime during
                               the contract period:

                                                               If the Recipient chooses to enhanceldevelop a plan, parts of a plan, SOPISOG, or other
                                                               documentation then, the Division will require the review of a draft copy of this document for
                                                               NlMS compliance. The Division will only be making recommendations.
                                                               If the Recipient chooses to enhanceldevelop a mutual aid agreement, the Division will
                                                               require a copy of said agreement.
                                                               If the Recipient chooses to enhanceldevelop a GIs database product, the Division will
                                                               require access to the layer or database.
                                                               If the Recipient chooses to enhanceldevelop public information related materials, the
                                                               Division will require a copy of said materials.
                                                               If the Recipient chooses to participate in a Domestic Security related meeting or
                                                               conference, the Division will require a copy of the agenda priorto the meeting and a roster
                                                               afferthe meeting.
                                                               If the Recipient chooses to conduct an assessment, we will require a copy of the completed
                                                               assessment. Since these are secure documents, they should be submitted on CD.

                               For Training the Division reserves the option to request access to any document, as described below, at anytime during
                               the contract period:

                                                               If the Recipient chooses to conduct training, the Division will require the title of course.
                                                               instructor's name and a list of attendees prior to course delivery. Affer the course has been
                                                               delivered, the Division will require a roster of actual participants.
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                               For Exercise the Division reserves the option to request access to any document, as described below, at anytime during
i                              the contract period:

                                                               If the Recipient chooses to conduct an exercise, an After Action Report should be
                                                               submitted to the Division no later than thirty (30) days after the conclusion of the exercise.
                                                               Participating in exercises will count towards the site visits.

                               Slte Visit
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                           .   Once FDEM personnel have arrived at the site, an orientation conference will be conducted. During this time, the purpose
                               of the site visit and the items FDEM intends to examine will be identified. If financial monitoring visit will be conducted,
I                              they will then explain their objectives and will proceed to perform the financial review.

                               FDEM personnel will review all files and supporting documentation. Once the supporting documentation has been
                               reviewed, FDEM personnel may request copy of plans andlor procedures or participate in training or exercises.

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                   Other programmatic issues can be discussed at this time, such as missing quarterly reports, payment
                   voucher/reimbursement,equipment, questions, etc.

                    Post Site Visit
                    FDEM personnelwill review the site visit worksheet as a team and receive notes from the Financial Review ~ e a mif
                                                                                                                                     ,
                    applicable.

                   Within 15 days of the site visit, a monitoring report will be generated and sent to the grantee explaining any citations and
                   corrective actions or recommendations. The Site Visit Worksheet and reports will then be included in the grantee's file
                   along with any documents distributed at the site visit by the grantee.

       Ill.        Reporting Requirements

                   A.          Quarterlv Proarammatic Reportino:
                               The Quarterly Programmatic Report is due within 30 days after the end of the reporting periods (March 31, June
                               30, September 30 and December 31) for the life of this contract. If a report(s) is delinquent, future financial
                               reimbursementswill be withheld until the Recipient's reporting is current.

                               Proqrammatic Reportina Schedule

                                                         Reporting Period                                    Report due t o DEM n o later than

                                               January 1 through March 31                                                        April 30

                                                 April 1 through June 30

                                              July 1 throughSeptember 30
                                                                                                      I
                                                                                                                                 July 31

                                                                                                                                October 31
                                                                                                                                                     I
                               Proqrammatic Reporting: Information to Report On
                               After the end of each reporting period, for the life of the contract, the Division will provide a Biannual Strategy
                               and Implementation Report worksheet to the Recipient Point of Contact listed in this contract. This worksheet
                               will contain all of the informationthat the Recipient needs to report on. The Recipient is to complete this
                               worksheet in its entirety and email the finished product to the programmatic contact listed below. The first
                               worksheet will be available after the July 1 -September 30, 2006 reporting period.

                    8.         Reimbursement Reauests:
                               A request for reimbursementmay be sent to your contract manager for review and approval at anytime during
                               the contract period. The Recipient should include the category's corresponding line item number in the "Detail
                               of Claims" form. This number can be found in the "Proposed Program Budget". A line item number is to be
                               included for every dollar amount listed in the "Detail of Claims" form.

                    C.         Close-out Proarammatic R e ~ o r t i n q
                               The Close-out Report is due to the Florida Division of Emergency Management no later than 60 days after the
                               contract is either completed or the contract has expired.


IV.               Programmatic Point of Contact

                                    Contractual Point of Contact                                          Programmatic Point of Contact
                   Wendy Stewart                                                              Farrah Gosford
                   FDEM                                                                       FDEM
                   2555 Shumard oak Blvd.                                                     2555 Shumard Oak Blvd.
                   Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100                                                 Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100
                   (850) 922-7447                                                             (850) 413-9974
                   ~endv.stewart@dca.state.ti.us                                              Farrah.gosford@dca.state.fl.us
                      .,
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                                                               .   -   -   -. .   .   .   -   ~. .~            .    ,   ,   .     .,   .    .~   .       ..   ..   .--
. ~.          ~                        -


 V.           Contractual Responsibilities

          The FDEM shall determine eligibility of projects and approve changes in scope of work.

          The FDEM shall administer the financial processes.
                                    Attachment B

                         Program Statutes and Regulations

53 Federal Register 8034
Federal Acquisition Regulations 31.2 and 031.2
Section 1352, Title 31, US Code
OMB Circulars A-21, A-87, A-I 10, A-122
Chapter 473, Florida Statutes
Chapter 2 15, Florida Statutes
Section 768.28, Florida Statutes
Chapter 119, Florida Statutes
Section 216.181(6), Florida Statutes
Cash Management Improvement Act Of 1990
American with Disabilities Act
Section 112.061, Florida Statutes
Immigration and Nationality Act
Section 286.01 1, Florida Statutes
E.O. 12372 and Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements
28 CFR, Part 66, Common rule,
U.niform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisitions Act of 1970
Section 102(a) of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973, Public Law 93-234, 87 Stat. 975
Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 as amended (16 USC 470),
Executive Order 11593
Archeological and Historical Preservation Act of 1966 (16 USC 569a-1 et seq.)
Title I of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968,
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, or the Victims of Crime Act
28 CFR applicable to grants and cooperative agreements
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as amended,
42 USC 3789(d), or Victims of Crime Act (as appropriate);
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended;
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended;
Subtitle A, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (1990);
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972;
the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; Department of Justice Non-Discrimination Regulations,
28 CFR Part 42, Subparts C,D,E, and G
Department of Justice regulations on disability discrimination, 28 CFR Part 35 and Part 39.
Federal Acquisition Regulations 31.2 and 931.2
                                                              Attachment C



                                           JUSTIFICATION OF ADVANCE PAYMENT

                                                                                                    --
        RECIPIENT:
        Indicate by checkin one of the boxes below, if you are requesting an advance. If an advance payment
                               7
        is requested, budge data on which the re uest is based must be submitted. Any advance ayment
        under this Agreement is sub'ect to a. 216?81(16)(a)(b), Florida Statutes. The amount whicR may be
                                    !
        advanced shall not exceed t f e expected cash needs of the recipient within the initial three months.
                                                             [ ] ADVANCE REQUESTED
            [ ] NO ADVANCE REQUESTED
                                                             Advance payment of $                     is requested. Balance of
            No advance payment,is requested.                 payments will be made on a reimbursement basis. These funds
            Payment will be solely on a                      are needed to pay staff, award benefits to clients, duplicate forms
            reimbursement basis. No additional               and purchase start-up supplies and equipment. We would not be
            information is required.                         able to operate the program without this advance.


                 ADVANCE REQUEST WORKSHEET
            If you are requesting an advance, complete the following worksheet

                                                                       (A)              (B)              (C)                 (Dl
                                                                       FFY              FFY              FFY                Total
                                                                    2003-2004        2004-2005        2005-2006
    DESCRIPTION



    1       INITIAL CONTRACT ALLOCATION
    2       FIRST THREE MONTHS CONTRACT
            EXPENDITURES'
    3       AVERAGE PERCENT EXPENDED IN FIRST
            THREE MONTHS
        I   (Divide line 2 by line 1.)
              ' First three months ex~enditures
                                              need onlv be ~ r o v i d e d the vears in which voucreauestedan advance. If
                                                                         for
              you do not have this information, call yobr consultant and they will assist-you. .



                                                x    $                                      -
                    Cell D3                                    DCNDEM Award                         MAXIMUM
                                                           (Do not include any match)               ADVANCE


            REQUEST FOR WAIVER OF CALCULATED MAXIMUM -                                          -                  -           ---


I            [   ] Recipient has no previous DCNDEM contract history. Complete Estimated Expenses chart and
                   Explanation of Circumstances below.

             [   ] Recipient has exce tional circumstances that require an advance greater than the Maximum
                                      cf
                  Advance calculate above.
Complete estimated expenses chart and Explanation of Circumstances below. Attach additional
pages if needed.


      ESTIMATED EXPENSES
                                                             2006-2007 Anticipated Expenditures for First Three Months of
      BUDGET CATEGORY
                       -   - .- - -
                             .        -- -   --   .
                                                  . --
                                                   - .                                Contract
      ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
      (Include Secondary Administration.)
      PROGRAM EXPENSES
  1 TOTAL EXPENSES
  I                                                      I                                                                  I
Exalanation of Circumstances:
                                                              Attachment D

                                                   Warranties and Representations

              Financial Manaaement

              Recipient's financial management system shall provide for the following:
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 .        -
      I
                      (1) Accurate, current and complete disclosure of the financial results of this project or program

                      (2) Records that identify adequately the source and application of funds for all activities. These
                          records shall contain information pertaining to grant awards, authorizations, obligations,
                          unobligated balances, assets, outlays, income and interest.


                      (3) Effective control over and accountability for all funds, property and other assets. Recipient
                          shall adequately safeguard all such assets and assure that they'are used solely for
                          authorized purposes.

                      (4) comparison of expenditures with budget amounts for each Request For Payment. Whenever
                          appropriate, financial information should be related to performance and unit cost data.


                      (5) Written procedures for determining the reasonableness, allocability and allowability of costs
                          in accordance with the provisions of the applicable cost principles and the terms and
                          conditions.of this grant.

                      (6) Accounting records, including cost accounting records that are supported by source
                          documentation.

              Competition.

              All procurement transactions shall be conducted in a manner to provide, to the maximum extent practical,
              open and free competition. The Recipient shall be alert to conflicts of interest as well as noncompetitive
              practices among contractors that may restrict or eliminate competition or otherwise restrain trade. In order
              to ensure objective contractor performance and eliminate unfair competitive advantage, contractors that
              develop or draft specifications, requirements, statements of work, invitations for bids andlor requests for
              proposals shall be excluded from competing for such procurements. Awards shall be made to the bidder
              or offeror whose bid or offer is responsive to the solicitation and is most advantageous to the Recipient,
              price, quality and other factors considered. Solicitations shall clearly set forth all requirements that the
              bidder or offeror shall fulfill in order for the bid or offer to be evaluated by the Recipient. Any and all bids
              or offers may be rejected when it is in the Recipient's interest to do so.
Codes of conduct.

The Recipient shall maintain written standards of conduct governing the performance of its employees
engaged in the award and administration of contracts. No employee, officer, or agent shall participate in
the selection, award, or administration of a contract supported by public grant funds if a real or apparent
conflict of interest would be involved. Such a conflict would arise when the employee, officer, or agent,
any member of his or her immediate family, his or her partner, or an organization which employs or is
about to employ any of the parties indicated herein, has a financial or other interest in the firm selected for
an award. The officers, employees, and agents of the Recipient shall neither solicit nor accept gratuities,
favors, or anything of monetary value from contractors, or parties to subcontracts. The standards of
conduct shall provide for disciplinary actions to be applied for violations of such standards by officers,
employees, or agents of the recipient.

Business Hours

The Recipient shall have its offices open for business, with the entrance door open to the public, and at
least one employee on site, from


Licensinq and Permitting

All subcontractors or employees hired by the Recipient shall have all current licenses and permits
required for all of the particular work for which they are hired by the Recipient.
                                               Attachment E




Contractor Covered Transactions

(1)     The prospective contractor of the Recipient,                                       , certifies, by
        submission of this document, that neither it nor its principals is presently debarred, suspended,
        proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this
        transaction by any Federal department or agency.

(2)     Where the Recipient's contractor is unable to certify to the above statement, the prospective
        contractor shall attach an explanation to this form.


CONTRACTOR:




By:
  Signature                                       Recipient's Name


Name and Title                                    Division Contract Number


Street Address


City, State, Zip


Date
                                                            Attachment F
                                                      Statement of Assurances

            The Recipient hereby assures and certifies compliance with all Federal statutes, regulations, policies,
            guidelines and requirements, including OMB Circulars No. A-21, A-1 10, A-122, A-128, A-87; E.O. 12372
            and Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements 28 CFR, Part 66,
            Common rule, that govern the application, acceptance and use of Federal funds for this federally-assisted
            project. Also the Applicant assures and certifies that:

            1. It will comply with requirements of the provisions of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real
            Property Acquisitions Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-646) which provides for fair and equitable treatment of persons
            displaced as a result of Federal and federally-assisted programs.

            2. It will comply with provisions of Federal law which limit certain political activities of employees of a
            State or local unit of government whose principal employment is in connection with an activity financed in
            whole or in part by Federal grants. (5 USC 1501, et seq.)

            3. It will comply with the minimum wage and maximum hours provisions of the Federal Fair Labor
            Standards Act.

            4. It will establish safeguards to prohibit employees from using their positions for a purpose that is or
            gives the appearance of being motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or others, particularly
            those with whom they have family, business, or other ties.

            5. It will give the sponsoring agency or the Comptroller General, through any authorized representative,
            access to and the right to examine all records, books, papers, or documents related to the grant.

            6. It will comply with all requirements imposed by the Federal sponsoring agency concerning special
            requirements of law, program requirements, and other administrative requirements.

            7. It will insure that the facilities under its ownership, lease or supervision which shall be utilized in the
            accomplishment of the project are not listed on the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) list of
I           Violating Facilities and that it will notify the Federal grantor agency of the receipt of any communication
I
            from the Director of the EPA Office of Federal Activities indicating that a facility to be used in the project is
            under consideration for listirlg by the EPA.

            8. It will comply with the flood insurance purchase requirements of Section 102(a) of the Flood Disaster
        '   Protection Act of 1973,Public Law 93-234, 87 Stat. 975, approved December 31, 1976, Section 102(a)
            requires, on and after March 2, 1975, the purchase of flood insurance in communities where such
            insurance is available as a condition for the receipt of any Federal financial assistance for construction or
            acquisition purposes for use in any,area that has been identified by the Secretary of the Department of
            Housing and Urban Development as an area having special flood hazards. The phrase "Federal financial
            assistance" includes any form of loan, grant, guaranty, insurance payment, rebate, subsidy, disaster
            assistance loan or grant, or any other form of direct or indirect Federal assistance.

            9. It will assist the Federal grantor agency in its compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic
            Preservation Act of 1966 as amended (16 USC 470), Executive Order 11593, and the Archeological and
            Historical Preservation Act of 1966 (16 USC 569a-1 et seq.) by (a) consulting with the State Historic
    -       Preservation Officer on-the conduct of_lnv_estigations,.as-necessary,    to-identify-properties-listed-in-or -
            eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places that are subject to adverse effects (see 36
            CFR Part 800.8) by the activity, and notifying the Federal grantor agency of the existence of any such
            properties and by (b) complying with all requirements established by the Federal grantor agency to avoid
            or mitigate adverse effects upon such properties.
10. It will comply, and assure the compliance of all its subgrantees and contractors, with the applicable
provisions of Title I of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as amended, the
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, or the Victims of Crime Act, as appropriate; the
provisions of the current edition of the Office of Justice Programs Financial and Administrative Guide for
Grants, M7100.1; and all other applicable Federal laws, orders, circulars, or regulations.

11. It will comply with the provisions of 28 CFR applicable to grants and cooperative agreements
including Part-18,-Administrative Review Procedure; Part 20, Criminal Justice Information Systems; Part
22, Confidentiality of Identifiable Research and Statistical Information; Part 23, Criminal Intelligence
Systems Operating Policies; Part 30, Intergovernmental Review of Department of Justice Programs and
Activities; Part 42, NondiscriminationlEqual Employment Opportunity Policies and Procedures; Part 61,
Procedures for Implementingthe National Environmental Policy Act; Part 63, Floodplain Management
and Wetland Protection Procedures; and Federal laws or regulations applicable to Federal Assistance
Programs.

12. It will comply, and all its contractors will comply, with the non-discrimination requirements of the
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as amended, 42 USC 3789(d), or Victims of Crime
Act (as appropriate); Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; Subtitle A, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
(1990); Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; Department of
Justice Non-Discrimination Regulations, 28 CFR Part 42, Subparts C,D,E, and G; and Department of
Justice regulations on disability discrimination, 28 CFR Part 35 and Part 39.

13. In the event a Federal or State court or Federal or State administrative agency makes a finding of
discrimination after a due process hearing on the Grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or
disability against a recipient of funds, the recipient will forward a copy of the finding to the Office for Civil
Rights, Office of Justice Programs.

14. It will provide an Equal Employment Opportunity Program if required to maintain one, where the
application is for $500,000 or more.

15. It will comply with the provisions of the Coastal Barrier Resources Act (P.L. 97-348) dated October 19,
1982 (16 USC 3501 et seq.) which prohibits the expenditure of most new Federal funds within the units of
the Coastal Barrier Resources System.

16. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (GRANTEES OTHER THAN INDIVIDUALS) As required by the Drug-
Free Workplace Act of 1988, and implemented at 28 CFR Part 67, Subpart F, for grantees, as defined at
28 CFR Part 67 Sections 67.615 and 67.620.
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        1   SUBJECTtTITLE: Final Annual Certified Budget for Mosquito Control
            MEETING DATE REQWSTED:           October 17,2006
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            Statement sf Issue In order to secure State matching money for our mosquito program, we are
            required to prepare and submit a Final Certified Annual Budget for ~ o s q u i t o
                                                                                             Control to the
    I       Bureau of Entomology by dctober 3oth. .
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            Recommcendd Action         I am requesting that the Chairman be allowed to sign the Budget
                                      'x

            Documents for submittal to the State by the required deadline.
                                                           i




            Fiscal Impact         $76,364.17 in total State funds for FY 2007
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            Submitted By:         John Singer, Environmental Services Director         Contact: 838-3533

                                SUPPLEMENTAL MATE&                  I ISSUE ANALYSIS

            History, Facts & Issues:     As you may remember, d w h g the second September meeting the
            Board approved the Tentative Certified Annual Budget prepared by Staff. This was submitted to
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            the State by the September 1 5 deadline and subsequently approved.
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            Now that the 2006 Fiscal Year is closed, the actual carry-over in State matching funds has been
            calculated and the Budget adjusted accordingly. Acehlal carryover is $39,319.17 which is $8 19.17
            more than projected in the previous document.


            Options:              None

            Attachments:          Final Annual Certified Budget for Mosquito Control

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. .                                                           STATE OF FLORIDA
                                                Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
                              Division of Agricultural Environmental Service, Bureau of Entomology and Pest Control
                                        1203 Governors Square Blvd, Suite 300 / GS 46, Magnolia Center I
                                                             Tallahassee, Florida 32301
                                              (850) 922-701l/SunCom 292-7011, Fax (850)413-7044
                                   FINAL ANNUAL CERTIFIED BUDGET FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL

 COUNTY / DISTRICT                                     TAYLOR                            FISCAL YEAR OCTOBER 1,2006 -SEPTEMBER 30,2007
                                                                                RECEIPTS




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                           Utility Services                                              1$    165.00    1$         165.00




                       I Clothing a i d Wearing Apparel
                       1 Miscellaneous Supplies and ]Incidental                          1$   1,060.00   '1 $       500.00   ]   $   560.00




 I certify that the budget shown was adopted on this                            Day of           2006.
 SIGNED:                                                                  DATE                               2006
                     C h m a n of (he Board, or Clerk of Circuit Court
 APPROVED: State of Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Bureau of Entomology and Pest Control
 SIGNED:                                                                 DATE                  2006
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.   Statement of Issue Set public hearing for November 28,2006, to consider Land Development
          Code amendment 06-4, revising the road improvement standards.

    Recommended Action Approve holding public hearing.

    Fiscal Impact         Unknown

    Submitted By:         Danny Griner Contact: 838-3500


                    -   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

    History, Facts & Issues:      The County Commission previously decided that he present
          wording of the Land Development Code, requiring paving for roads in developments in
           agricultural areas with more than eight parcels, should be revised. The draft applications
          were prepared by staff and presented to the Board for endorsement and approval for
          processing. Upon approval, the amendment was processed through the NCFRPC, who
          prepared the public notices for the public hearings. The proposed amendment was heard
           at a noticed public hearing before the Planning Board on September 7, 2006. After
          discussion and public input, the Board recommended by a six to one vote, to table the
          amendment, until the graded road standard was approved by the County Commission.
          The County Commission cancel1ed)thepublic hearing before them at the September 19,
          meeting, due to the action of the Planning Board. Staff is requesting approval to hold a
          public hearing to readdress the amendment on November 28, 2006.

    Options:                      Approve holding public hearing.

    Attachments:                  None.
Statement of Issue Request to set public hearing on November 28,2006, for adoption hearing
      for the proportionate fair share ordinance.

Recommended Action Set public hearing.

Fiscal Impact         Unknown

Submitted By:         Danny Griner Contact: 838-3500


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:      The Florida Statutes requires that the County adopt a proportionate
       fair share ordinance by December, 2006. The proposed ordinance has been prepared by
      the North Central Florida Regional Planning Council. A resolution of recommendation         .
       for the proposed ordinance is scheduled to be considered before the Planning Board on
      November 2,2006. The proposed ordinance will address what proportion of the cost of
      improvements triggered by development, can be required to be covered by the developer.
       Staff is requesting approval to hold a public hearing on November 28,2006.

Options:                     Approve holding public hearing.

Attachments:                 None.
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                         TAYLOR COUNTY
                 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

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                              BOARD .OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                      AGENDA REQUEST

Please fill out this form completely and return to the County Administrator for approval.
The deadline to receive Board Agenda requests is the Wednesday preceding the Board
Meeting date at 1O:OOam. Board meetings are held the first Monday and third Tuesday
each month, unless otherwise specified. County Administrator will have final approval
on all agenda requests. If approved, please supply any supporting documentation.
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                                             October 11,2006           -   .




Taylor County B o d
o f county Commissioners
20 1 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347

       Re: Magnolia Bay Marina and Resort Project

Dear Board Members:

       Enclosed is the development agreement with Secret Promises, Ltd. for your approval.

       It is important that this document be in place so that the final design and permitting
process can continue. This agreement will help guide us to a development order for the
Magnolia Bay Marina and Resort project. We have enjoyed working together with
Commissioner Clay Bethea, Buddy Humphries, Danny Griner and Conrad Bishop to finalize the
document and hope that it meets you approval on October 17,2006.




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       I'm s u e we will all be proud of what this project can bring to Taylor County.




Enclosure

Cc:   Dr. J. Clayton Pruitt
                                             Sinc ely,


                                             O.M. Howard, I11 ("Trey")
                                             Attorney for secret promise, Ltd.




      Tom Becker, AICP
      Ed Steinrneyer, Esq.
      Chuck Olson,"Dev.
          DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN TAYLOR COUNTY
       BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND SECRET PROMISE, LTD.

       This Development Agreement ("Agreement") is entered into on this 17th day of October

2006 (the "Effective Date"), by and between the TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS ("County") and SECRET PROMISE, LTD., a Florida Limited Partnership,

d.b.a. Magnolia Bay Marina & Resort ("Developer"), for the purposes of: (i) establishing the

intent of the Developer in going forth in the Development of the Magnolia Bay Marina & Resort

(the "Project") as hereinafter defined; (ii) providing assurances to the Developer that, upon

receipt of any Development Orders, it may proceed in accordance with laws and policies subject

to the conditions of this Agreement; (iii) ensuring the County that the Developer will pay its

share for infrastructure and all other public services related to the project; and (iv) the provision

of other public facilities such as boat ramps, parking, wet slips, and dry storage slips.



                                            RECITALS

       WHEREAS, the Developer is the owner of a parcel of property that contains 3,780

taxable acres located in Taylor County, Florida (the "Property"), but this Agreement is

applicable only to the project site, which consists of approximately 600 acres of the Property

(the "Project Site"), and which is more particularly described in Exhibit "A"; and



       WHEREAS, the Project Site will be developed to contain a new marina basin with wet

and dry storage spaces; access roads; accessory uses, including but not limited to public boat

ramps, boat repair services, boardwalks, piers, marine research, education, and aquarium

facilities, and a waterfront public marina resort community, which will include a maximum of

624 condominium units and 874 hotel rooms; a commercial town center; and a significant
    amount of lands devoted to conservation, recreation, and open space; all to be developed in


I   accordance with the General Plan of Development (the "Development") attached hereto as

    Exhibit "B" and in accordance with Environmental Resource Permit Application Number 05-

    0618 (filed with Suwannee River Water Management District ("SRWMD") in December 2005)

    as well as the Army Corp of Engineers Permit Application Number 2006-0062; and



           WHEREAS, the Project Site is located within the recently designated enterprise zone;

    portions of the Development proposed for the Project Site are consistent with the existing future

    land use designation, which is Agricultural/Rural Residential; portions are consistent with the

    proposed Water Oriented Commercial future land use designation for the Project Site as set forth

    in the proposed 200612007 amendments to the Taylor County Comprehensive Plan (the "Plan");

    and the Development is otherwise consistent with the land use regulations for the Project Site as

    amended; and



           WHEREAS, approximately 117 acres of the Project Site are proposed to be changed from

    Agricultural/Rural Residential to Water Oriented Commercial to accommodate most of the

    development plan for the marina resort; and



           WHEREAS, the remainder of approximately 483 acres of the Project Site will remain as

    AgriculturalIRural Residential, and the Development within this land use will consist of the

    access road from Dekle Beach Road and the Development to CR 361 and residential

    condominiums and their associated stormwater ponds; the density of the residential
condominiums will be created by clustering density from portions of the property designated

Agricultural/Rural Residential; and



       WHEREAS, the conservation of natural systems, including forests and wetlands, and the

conservation of fish, marine life, and wildlife, including the restoration of systems adversely

impacted by certain activities, is an expressed policy of the State and the County Plans; and



       WHEREAS, the application of innovative and flexible planning and development

strategies and creative land use planning techniques, such as phased development, clustering and

open space provisions, and mixed-use development, are clearly encouraged and contemplated by

the State and the County, pursuant to Section 163.3177(1I), Florida Statutes; and



       WHEREAS, the Development Project will be developed over several years, and the

Developer and County desire to set forth in this Agreement the terms and development rights for

the Property; and



       WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the County and the citizens of the County that the

development of the Project Site be completed in a planned and orderly fashion giving fair and

reasonable consideration to the subjects that will be treated in this Agreement; and



       WHEREAS, the Development is anticipated to significantly contribute to the economic

stability of Taylor County, which has been designated by the State to be a Rural Area of Critical
Economic Concern, by providing a substantial number of temporary construction jobs,

permanent jobs, other business opportunities, and recurring local tax revenue annually; and



       WHEREAS, the Development will provide significant public access to Taylor County's

coastal area for recreational boaters of the Taylor County area; and



       WHEREAS, the proposed land use will be consistent with the goals, objectives, and

policies of the Plan, as amended; and



       WHEREAS, the Developer acknowledges that it has initiated the request that the County

enter into this Agreement, and that the terms and conditions of the Agreement incorporate

proposals made by the Developer; however, this Agreement and its terms and conditions are

fully supported by the County;



       NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth

herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the sufficiency and receipt of which is hereby

acknowledged, the Developer and County enter into this Agreement.



                                   I. RELEVANT FINDINGS

1.     Secret Promise, LTD. is the owner of fee simple title to the Project Site. By mutual

agreement of the parties and an appropriate amendment of this Agreement, additional parcels of

real property may become a part of the Project Site and subject to the terms and conditions of

this Agreement. This Agreement shall not bind additional parcels or future developments unless
specifically made a part of the Project Site and subject to this Agreement pursuant to this

paragraph.



2.     The Project Site consists of approximately 600 acres presently designated in the Plan on

the Future Land Use Map as Agricultural/Rural Residential, which provides for development of

not more than one residential unit per 5 acres. The Developer and County acknowledge that the

Plan provides for the use of clustering as an innovative development strategy intended to

conserve and preserve wetland acres, provide for open space and recreational opportunities, and

to conserve and protect archeological resources, all of which are in the best interests of the

citizens of the County.



3.     The Project Site borders the Gulf of Mexico and Dekle Beach Road to the west and

County Road 36 1 to the east.



4.     The Developer intends to proceed with the development of the Project Site in accordance

with the General Plan of Development (Exhibit "B"). The Developer intends to substantially

change its position through expenditure of substantial sums of money for capital improvements,

dedication of lands by deeds and other instruments for public benefits, and other expenditures in

reliance upon this Agreement and the permits and approvals which will be obtained as a

consequence hereof.
         5.     The county agrees that- the undertakings of the Developer with respect to the

         construction, operation, and maintenance of certain infrastructure items, recreational facilities,

         and buildings make it appropriate for the County to give assurances, which it does hereby

         provide to the Developer, that any Development Impact Fees adopted subsequent to this

         Agreement shall be offset by the Developer's development activities under this Agreement as set

         forth herein. If the Developer donates land, other than for the public boat ramp and associated

         parking, or constructs recreational facilities, buildings, or infrastructure, such as roads,
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I        stormwater treatment systems, potable water systems, wastewater treatment systems, or other
~        infrastructure needed for services attributed to the Project, such donation or construction will be

         credited toward any impact fee that may be adopted in the future by Taylor County for, and

         applicable to, that particular type of system or activity. This offset against future impact fees

         shall not apply to the levying of any tax or fee of universal application within Taylor County to

         new and previously existing development, such as general real property taxes or approved school

         bond referenda. This is imperative to the Developer in order that the Developer may accurately

         forecast the potential costs of the build-out of the Development Project.



                                              11. PUBLIC MEETINGS

                Public meetings required to enter into, amend, or revoke this Agreement shall be

         advertised and held in accordance with all applicable law.



                                       111. THE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

    II   1.     The Project Site upon which the Development Project will be constructed is shown in

         Exhibit "A."

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2.    ,   The duration of this Agreement shall be ten (10) years from the Effective    ate, or until
the final completion of construction of the Project, unless otherwise extended by mutual consent

of the parties in accordance with applicable law and applicable sections of this Agreement.

Consent by the County to an extension of this Agreement shall not be unreasonably denied.



3.        The General Plan of Development is a generalized graphic representation depicting the

Development Project. The General Plan of Development is not intended to contain the level of

detail typically associated with a site plan or subdivision plat, but is intended to show the general

location of roads, lots, natural features, open spaces, and other general improvements. As such,

the General Plan of Development is intended to be a flexible plan. Any changes to the General

Plan of Development require an appropriate amendment, except to the extent approved in

accordance with the issuance of applicable development orders and except that Developer can

modify the area identified as "marina and resort" to increase or decrease its size without

amendment, as long as such modification does not increase the number of allowable

condominium units (624) and hotel rooms (874), and as long as such modification does not

decrease the size of the public commitments (public boat ramp and parking, public access

boardwalks, and wet slips for law enforcement entities) made herein.



                       IV. DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PERMITTED USES

          The following shall be permitted uses of the Development Project in accordance with the

General Plan of Development:
                A new marina basin with wet and dry storage spaces, a commercial town center, public

        lodging establishments that will include hotels and resort condominiums as defined in Section

        509.242, Florida Statutes, and associated parking and infrastructure. These uses are cpnsidered
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        commercial uses and units will be rented for short-term temporary lodging. Limited residential

        condominiums will be allowed in the portion of the development that remains designated

        Agricultural/Rural Residential. The necessary number of residential units will be obtained by

        clustering density fiom other portions of the Developer's property outside of the development

        site so that there is no net increase in the number of residential units.
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        2.      Passive recreational uses including, but not limited to boardwalks, piers, and a significant
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        amount of lands devoted to conservation, recreation, and open space.



        3.      Active recreational facilities, which mean recreational lands and improvements that are

        facility oriented, and which may require equipment and take place at prescribed places, sites, or

        fields. Active recreational facilities include but are not limited to public boat ramps, fishing and

        boating supplies facilities, vessel fueling facilities, and boat maintenance services piers.




    I   4.      A site for marine aquariums, research, and educational facilities.



        5.      Uses of land customarily incidental and subordinate to one of the permitted principal uses

        ("Accessory Uses"), including but not limited to,

                    1.      Offices for selling or renting real estate.
                    ..
                    11.     Gathering facilities.
               ...
               111.   Facilities offering goods and services to residents, visitors, or boaters for

    personal or household consumption, which facilitate the residents' use and enjoyment of the

    Development Project, and the rendering of services incidental to the sale of such goods (i.e.        1
    nature and sunset cruises, party fishing and dive boats, retail shops, restaurants, taverns, ice
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    cream shops, gift and knickknack shops).

               iv.    All related infrastructure usually associated with the support of the types of

    uses set forth in this Agreement, including but not limited to roadways; parking; stormwater

    facilities; wastewater treatment and disposal, potable and non-potable water, and other utilities;

    sidewalks, bike paths, hiking paths and trails, and golf cart paths and trails; lighting and

    landscaping; signs; docks, piers, boardwalks, and bridges; and multi use helicopter landing pads.



    6.     All other uses permitted by the Plan and the Code as amended from time to time.



                            V. DEVELOPMENT PROJECT STANDARDS

    1.     Density.        Densitieslintensities for the Property shall not exceed 624 condominium

    units and 874 hotel rooms.      Clustering is encouraged to allow preservation of the natural

    environment.



    2.     Community Development District. The County acknowledges that the Developer intends

    to establish, with the cooperation of the County and pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, a

    community development district ("CDD") encompassing all or a portion of the Project Site.

    Such CDD will be established so as to provide for the financing, construction and operation and

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maintenance of certain of the infrastructure and public facilities required for the Project. The

Developer will not establish a Community Redevelopment Area.



3.     Roadways.      The Developer may dedicate the roadways to the County for ownership

and maintenance. The roadways will be constructed in accordance with all adopted County and

FDOT standards and specifications prior to acceptance by the County. Walkways, paths, trails,

boardwalks, and other non-vehicular pathways may be constructed and are not required to be

paved as per County Land Development Code and FDOT specifications. The County will allow

the Developer to establish appropriate speed limits within the Development; however, no speed

limit established by the Developer shall exceed the existing speed limits established by County

Ordinance. The County will hold a public hearing as soon as possible to consider abandoning a

portion of the east half of the Jug Island Road right-of-way to accommodate the marina basin

design and covered boat slips and to allow the Developer to expand the existing culvert for the

Dekle Beach channel to approximately 65 feet in width.



4.     Potable Water.It is the intent of the Developer that all potable water needs within the

Development shall be serviced by regional potable water systems. No potable water wells shall

be permitted within the Development for residential use when the regional potable water system

is available to service the Development. The Developer will construct or cause to be constructed

all necessary water service infrastructure to service the Development, which will ultimately be

maintained by the Developer, a master or homeowners or condominium owners association, a

CDD, or the service provider. Potable water service will be available to each area of the

Development in adequate fire flow volumes prior to improvements, such as residential units,
being occupied in that area. The Developer may offer the location for the expansion of

additional wellfields to the regional water system if necessary to accommodate the Development.

Irrigation wells will be allowed.



5.       Public Services.      Fire, Fire Rescue, Police, Emergency Medical, and Mosquito

Control Services and other public services offered to adjoining property owners will be provided

as required by law. The Developer will fund an analysis of the costs to the County for providing
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these services. Once this analysis is completed, the County and Developer will negotiate in good

faith as to the costs of services to be reasonably borne by each, with the result of such negotiation
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being set forth in any Development Order issued for the Project.



6.     Wastewater Treatment and Disposal.             The Developer will provide a method of

wastewater treatment and disposal that is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations

and which shall include a central sanitary sewer system to service the Development. Developer

will create, expand, or cause to be expanded all existing disposal service infrastructures for the

Development, and the Developer will provide a lift station capable of service connection to the

existing homes at Dekle Beach. Developer may create a new sewer district and sewer plant

and/or Community Development District for all infrastructures. Any available reclaimed water

will first be utilized by the Development. The Development will utilize reclaimed water when

available and practicable.


7.     Stormwater/Drainaae Management. All stormwater runoff and drainage system

improvements within the Property will be: (i) designed to manage and treat stormwater runoff to

existing County standards; (ii) constructed or caused to be constructed by the Developer; and (iii)
maintained by the Developer, or a master or homeowners or condominium owners association, or

a CDD. The County will not be responsible for any construction or maintenance costs associated

with the StormwaterIDrainage Management system within the Project Site, except the County

may accept responsibility for maintenance of storm water management facilities that solely

service any roadways dedicated to the County. The on-site StormwaterlDrainage Management

system will be designed so that there will be no increase in outflow to adjacent property as a

result of the Development, as required by the County development standards, and also will be

designed to protect adjacent waterways by utilization of best management practices and other

innovative techniques. As the site for the Development Project is unique, and will contain a low

percentage of impervious land, alternative stormwater design techniques using accepted best

management practices to achieve water quality treatment and hydroperiod maintenance shall be

permitted as authorized by the SRWMD. All stormwater runoff and drainage systems are to be

designed in accordance with the SRWMD Environmental Resource Permit.

8.     Solid Waste Collection.       All solid waste collection within the Development will be

initially supplied under a private contract, per County ordinance, and shall be mandatory and

enforceable through appropriate covenants or restrictions. The County will not be responsible

for solid waste collection service within the Property unless the County should in the future

institute a solid waste collection service, in which case the County agrees to provide such solid

waste collection services to the Development on the same basis as generally provided for other

residences within the County. Solid waste collection will be supplied to each area of the

Development as improvements are constructed requiring the service.
9.     Road Improveinents.         Developer will pay proportionate fair-share contributions for

improvements to CR 361 consistent with the County's Proportionate Fair-Share Ordinance,

which is required to be adopted by December 1,2006, pursuant to Section 163.3180(16), Florida

Statutes. The Developer is required to.pay all costs up front, and the County shall reimburse,

credit, or offset as soon as possible through reductions in impact fees the cost to the Developer.

These shall be related to costs associated with County Road 361 and the project site.



10.    Other Utilities.        All other utilities, including telephone, reclaimed water, gas, cable

television and internet access, and electricity will be supplied directly by the applicable utility

companies and, where practical, will be installed underneath the ground. The County will not be

responsible for any construction, maintenance, or providing of any such utility services, except

for maintenance of utilities that reside in road rights-of-way dedicated to the County. The

Developer may choose to use any outside services that are available. Such services will be

scheduled to be supplied to various areas of the Development as improvements are constructed

requiring the services.



1 1.   Recreatioilal Facilities.      The parties recognize that the General Plan of Development

provides for both active and passive recreational areas to be constructed as a part of the

Development Project. All recreational facilities to be constructed as a part of the Development

Project will be constructed or caused to be constructed, operated, managed, and maintained by

the Developer. The County will not be responsible for constructing any of the recreational

facilities or day to day maintenance of the recreational facilities of the Development Project or

the public boat ramps. The public boat ramps and associated parking more particularly described
in Exhibit "C" will be deeded to the County for use by the general public following construction

by the Developer. The deed may contain a reverter clause or other restrictive covenant stating

that, should the County cease to use the ramps and parking for public water access, the property

will revert back to the Developer. The Developer will operate, manage, and maintain all of the

marina operation, including the navigation channel and boat ramps and parking, and may charge

a fee consistent with the ramp fee adopted by County ordinance for launching, parking, and other

types of activities. The County acknowledges that the Developer intends to operate the marina,

boat ramps, navigation channel, and related facilities in a manner that makes them qualify for

inclusion in the Department of Environmental Protection's Clean Marina Program. The County

shall take no action that would jeopardize the Developer's ability to qualify or maintain

designation for this program.     The Developer has offered to local, state, or federal law

enforcement agencies the use of two 30 foot wet docking slips next to the helicopter landing pads

for local enforcement and management.



12.    Building Height.       The Project condominiums and hotels shall include no more than 6

buildings not to exceed 25 stories in height plus parking. These buildings will consist of

commercial condominiums, residential condominiums, hotel and lor motel.



13.    Conservation Areas.           The Development shall include appropriate conservation

techniques. These techniques include but are not limited to: a limitation of impervious surfaces;

preservation of natural systems; water conservation; use of native vegetation; and other

conservation techniques. The County will support the Developer's measures to protect and

manage natural resources.
14.    Extra Boat Ramp Parking.               Developer agrees to provide the County with a 4-

acre parcel located near the Keaton Beach Boat Ramp to provide to the public additional parking      ~
for access to the Keaton Beach Boat Ramp. (See location map attached as Exhibit "D").



15.    Comprehensive Plan Amendment.          The County agrees to work with the Developer in

amending the Taylor County Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations as needed

to implement the General Plan of Development according to applicable Florida law. The

Developer intends to request several small comprehensive plan amendments that total 65 acres

per cycle in each of the next two cycles (aprox.130 total acres).



16.    Dekle Beach Road Landscape Buffer.             Developer shall establish a landscape buffer

along Dekle Beach Road of a minimum of 20 feet in width from the entrance of the Development

on Dekle Beach Road south to the out parcel as described on the General Plan of Development.

The buffer shall be constructed and maintained by the Developer so as to not interfere with

traffic and traffic safety or access to and from the Development and along Dekle Beach Road.



17.    Building and Infrastructure Inspections.       The Developer shall be responsible for the

cost of all building and infrastructure inspections and may retain a private firm to perform such

inspections, subject to approval by the County, which approval shall not be unreasonably

withheld.
18.    County Annex.          The Developer agrees to provide approximately thirty (30) acres of

useable land for a County Annex, which may include a K-8 school, library and athletic fields,

day care center, hurricane shelter, sheriff station, fire station, emergency medical facility,

administrative offices, and other related local government facilities, and which shall be located

on the northeast side of County Road 361. The fire station shall be adjacent to County Road 361.

See exhibit "E" for approximate location.



                                     VI. CONTINGENCIES

       The terms, conditions, covenants, and promises contained in this Agreement are all

contingent upon the Developer obtaining all federal, State, and local orders, permits, and other

approvals necessary to construct the Project and actual construction of the Project.



          VII. ASSIGNMENT OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS                                     ~
       The County acknowledges that the Developer has the right at any time to assign all or

part of this Agreement, together with the development rights and obligations established herein,

to any third-party, provided that any and all such assignees shall be bound and shall have the

financial capability to develop the Property in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

To this end, any and all such assignees shall be required to enter into a written successor
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agreement with the Developer expressly agreeing to be bound by this Agreement, which

agreement is subject to approval by the County, such approval not being unreasonably withheld.

Any such successor agreement shall be made an amendment to this Agreement in accordance

with applicable law.
                                   VIII. RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT

           This Agreement has been approved by resolution of the Taylor County Board of County

    Commissioners in accordance with applicable laws.



           IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed

    by their appropriate representatives on the dates set forth below.

    Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:

                                                                  TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF
                                                                  COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
    WITNESS

.   Printed Name:                                                 By:



                                                                  Title:

    WITNESS

    Printed Name:



                                                                  SECRET PRONIISE, LTD., OWNER



    WITNESS                                                       By: Chuck Olson

    Printed Name:

                                                              '   Title : Agent



    WITNESS

    Printed Name:
STATE OF FLORIDA

COUNTY OF TAYLOR



       The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this          day of

              ,2006 by                              as                            of

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, on behalf of the Board, who:

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       Is personally known to me.

       Produced a current Florida's Drivers License as identification.

       Produced                             as identification.




                                            NOTARY PUBLIC/ STATE OF FLORIDA

My commission expires:

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STATE OF FLORIDA

COUNTY OF TAYLOR



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         a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Florida, who acknowledged

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the corporation.




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    SUBJECTITITLE: I Public Hearing for Land Development Code Amendment 06-1
    MEETING DATE REQUESTED:           I October 17,2006
    Statement of Issue Public hearing for adoption of ordinance amending the 15-acre exemption
          and road frontage requirements within the Land Development Code.

    Recommended Action Hold public hearing

    Fiscal Impact                  ]VIA

    Submitted By:                  Taylor County B. C. C.       Contact: 838-3500


                               SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

    History, Facts & Issues:      The County Commission previously decided that the present
           wording of the Land Development Code, concerning the exemption allowing parcels 15-
           acres or more to be divided on existing private roads and easements, should be revised.
           The draft applications were prepared by staff and presented to the Board for endorsement
           and approval for processing. Upon approval, the amendments were processed through
           the NCFRPC, who prepared the public notices for the public hearings. The proposed
           amendment was heard at a noticed public hearing before the Planning Board on
           September 7,2006, where the Board recommended by a five to two vote, to deny the
           amendment. The County Commission held the public hearing for the first reading of the
           adoption ordinance at the September 19,2006 meeting, and approved holding the
           adoption hearing at the October 17 meeting.

    Options:                                 1.   Adopt the amendment ordinance.
                                             2.   Choose not to adopt the ordinance.

    Attachments:                             1.   Copy of the application.
                                             2.   Copy of the standards for review.
                                             3.   Copy of Planning Board minutes.
                                             4.   Copy of adoption ordinance.
        MALCOLM PAGE      DARYLL GLINTER     CLAY BETHEA         JACK BROWN               PATRICIA PAlTERSON
           District 1         District 2        District 3         District 4                   District 5



                                           TAYLOR COUNTY
                        BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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                        APPIiICATlON FOR AMENDMENT-TO THE TAYLOR COUNTY
                                  LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

        Fee: $              NIA                              Application #:                LDC 06-1

        Name of Applicant(s):                         Taylor County B. C. C.

        Address:                    201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347

        Telephone#:        (850) 838-3500          L. D. R. Section:                      42-147

                          Please complete the following for proposed amendments

                                                    PART l

1       Precise wording of amendnient(s):



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    I   Sec. 42-147.         Designation of plans as major or rriinor developments.

        (a)    Generally. For purposes of this subdivision, all development plans shall be
        designated by the planning director as either minor or major developments as set in this
        section, except notwithstanding this subsection and subsection (b) of this section, any
        division of land into two or more parcels of 15 acres or greater
                                             sway, each of whichahasat least 60 feet of frontaqe on
        an existins Countv maintained road, and anv division of land into two or more parcels of 40
        acres or greater, each of which has at least 60 feet of frontaqe on an existinq private
        easement or private roadway, servicinq not more than 24 parcels, is exempt from this
        subdivision.
                                                  PART II

        Please provide on separate pages to be attached and made a part herewith the following:



         2. Statement describing why there is a need for the proposed amendment;

         3. Statement describing whether and how the proposed amendment is consistent with
            the county comprehensive plan;

         4. Statement outlining the extent to which the proposed amendment:

                a. Is compatible with existing land uses;

                b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services;

                c. Affects the natural environment;
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                d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.
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        I hereby certify that all of the above statements and statements contained in any papers
I           submitted herewith are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.




    I     Taylor County B. C. C. Chairperson
           Applicant Name (Type or Print)
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                   Applicant Signature                                           Date
                                              STANDARDS FOR REVIEW

                       1. Does the proposed amendment conflict with any applicable provisions of
                          the Land Developnient Code;

             -   - -   2. -- the proposed -
                       -   Is
                           --     -- --   amendment consistent with all elements of the
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                          Comprehensive Plan;

                       3. Is the proposed amendment inconsistent with existing and proposed land
                          IJses;

                       4. Have there been changed conditions that require an amendment;

                       5. To what extent does the proposed amendment result in demands on
                          public facilities, and to what extent would the proposed amendment
                          exceed the capacity of such public facilities, including, but not limited to,
                          roads, sewage facilities, water supply, drainage, solid waste, parks and
I                         recreation, schools and emergency medical facilities;
I                      6. Does the proposed amendment result in significant adverse impacts on
I1                        .the natural environment;

                       7. To what extent does the proposed amendment adversely affect the
                          property values in the area;
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                       8. Will the proposed amendment result in an orderly and logical
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                          development pattern (specifically identify any negative effects on such
                          pattern);
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                       9. Is the proposed amendment in harmony with the public interest, and the
         I                purpose and interest of the Land Development Code;
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                       l o . Any other matters deenied appropl-iate by the Board.
                             I     Changed conditions that would justify an amendment.

                Recent developments within the County based on the 15-acre exemption contained in
                                                                                                                  ,.
                Section 42-147 have resulted in large developments with lengthy road systems,.which, the
                County cannot be assured will be maintained to a level suitable for access by emergency
                services such as Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
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                         2 ~ -Why- there-is-a-needfor the proposed amendment.
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            The proposed amendment provides regulation that will ensure parcels developed at less
            than 40-acres in size will front on existing County maintained roads. This requirement
            provides assurance that an adequate level of service can be maintained on the access
            road. The ability of the County to provide adequate access will assist County government in
            providing a safe environment for citizens.
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                             3.    How the amendment is consistent with the County Comprehensive
                                   Plan.

            The proposed amendment will assist in implementation of Policy 1.3.1 of the Corrlprehensive
            Plan by providing additional regulation of the subdivision of land and reducing the potential
            for reduction of the level of service standards.

            The amendment will also assist in ensuring a safe and efficient level of service be
            maintained on roadways as provided in Objective 11.1 of the Comprehensive Plan'.
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                             4.    Extent to which the proposed amendment;
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I                            a. Is compatible with existing land uses.
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    ~       The proposed amendment does not affect compatibility with existing land uses.

I                            b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services.

    I       The providing of public services is compromised by the location of lots or parcels on private
        I   access ways or easements, where access maintenance cannot be assured. The proposed
            amendment will assist in increasing public service availability.
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                         c. Affects the natural environment.
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            The proposed amendment does not impact the natural environment.
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        I                d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.

            The existing language in the Land Development Code exempts property to be divided into
            parcels 15 acres or more, as long as they front on an existing public or private accessway,
            forrrl Board and staff review. This code provision results in large developments with a
            potential for inadequate individual parcel access to roads, irregular parcel configuration, and
            poorly maintained internal road systems. .The proposed amendment will ensure that a
            majority of developments within the County will be subject to Board review and approval.
            The review and approval process will ensure that orderly and logical development patterns
            can be maintained.
                  TAYLOR COUNTY PLANNING BOARD
                                  Minutes
                             September 7,2006
      Administrative Complex, 201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347

Members Present                   Staff Present                  Visitor's Present
  Pam W-essels                    Danny Griner                     Dale Rowel1
 Dewey Hatcher                     John Weed                     David Goodman
 Ward Ketring                                                       Liz Rowel1
  Barry Wilson                                                     Trey Howard
Kevin Guenthner                                                  Carolyn Raepple
  Erdman West                                                     Robert Johnson
  Bryan Bethea                                                    George Steele
                                                                 Diane Whitfield
                                                                   Keith Rowel1
                                                                 Susan Archibald
                                                                   John Mixon

August 3,2006 Minutes:      the Board reviews the minutes ftom the August 3, 2006
meeting. The minutes are approved by unanimous vote.

Public Hearing LDC 06-1: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
06-1, concerning the existing 15-acre exemption for parcel development. John Weed
explains to the Board that each amendment should be reviewed based on the standard for
review contained in the Board packets. Dale Rowel1 states that he has problems with the
amendment and states that the required 60-foot road fi-ontagerequirement will prohibit
immediate family fiom dividing property. Dale asks that the Planning Board recommend
to the County Commission that the amendment be denied. Keith Rowel1 states his
concerns over the impacts to immediate family division of property and that an
amendment such as this can have a domino effect. Keith explains that the amendment
would drive up the cost of home sites and the amendment should be looked at harder and
needs more work. Danny Griner states that the amendment would not affect the
immediate family provisions, as they have never required platting in the past. Trey
Howard representing himself states that he owns property and has concerns with the
amendment. Trey points to statement #1 concerning changed conditions stating that it
can be addressed differently and states that homeowners associations work much better
now than in the past. Trey Howard points out to the Board that platting is very expensive
and asks that the amendment not be approved. John Weed continues with the review of
the amendment based on the standards for review, summarizing that no apparent conflict
in the standard was found, and that property values would not be affected as referenced in
standard #7. Dale Rowel1 states that it will devalue his property and that only developers
will benefit. Dale states that he understands the problems with roads, but the SRWMD
has rules with "teeth" to address this. Dale further states that the ITERA development
has a gated entry, so a fire truck could not access the property anyway. John Weed
continues with the review based on the standard, stating that no conflict was found in #8
and #9. Dale Rowel1 states that he would like to see immediate family exempted and
                         included in the wording. Ward Ketring explains that the Planning Board only provides a
                         recommendation to the County Commission on issue such as this. John Weed explains
                         that based on the statutes concerning amendments, substantial changes to an amendment
                         would require re-advertising and a 2ndpublic hearing. Erdman West states that he does
                         not see how this amendment would affect the immediate family provisions. Dewey
                         Hatcher asks if the amendment was the idea of the SRWMD or the County. Danny
                         Griner states that as far as he knows, it was the County's idea. Ward Ketring asks if there
                         were any reasons other than emergency vehicle access, for the amendment to be needed.
                         Dale Rowel1 states that the reason is because property owners complain to the
                         Commissioners when their private roads get in bad shape. Keith Rowel1 explains that
                         Commissioner Brown previously brought up information disclosure issues concerning
                         development and that the SRWMD rules would suffice. Barry Wilson asks for
                         explanation on how the rule now reads as opposed to the changes proposed. Dale Rowel1
                         explains how changes will affect property division and repeats request for County to take
                         a closer look at the changes. Erdman West makes a motion to approve the proposed
                         amendment; Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion fails by five to two vote. Pam
                         Wessels makes a motion to deny the amendment; Dewey Hatcher seconds the motion; the
                         motion passes by five to two vote, with Erdman West and Bryan Bethea opposed.

I                   3.   Public Hearing LDC 06-2: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
                         06-2 concerning flag lot regulation. Dale Rowel1 states his cbncerns with the impacts to
I                        lot splits by immediate family and the impacts to lots splits in Steinhatchee. Dale further
                         states that he would like to see immediate family language included in the wording.

~                        Danny Griner states that the lot split section of the land development code specifically
                         exempts immediate family divisions from the review and recording requirements for lot
                         splits and would not be affected. Keith Rowel1 asks if the required sixty foot road
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    1                    frontage could be used as a shared driveway to two properties. Danny Griner responds
                         that in his opinion, this type of shared access would not be allowed. Keith Rowel1 states
    1                    that this amendment would be a problem with a lot of existing properties. Dale Rowel1
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                         explains how flag lot design allows the clustering of smaller lots that fiont on the

    ~                    roadway. Erdman West makes a motion to approve the amendment; the motion dies for
                         lack of a second. Pam Wessels states that thirty foot of road fiontage is adequate and the
                         remaining board members agree. Pam Wessels makes a motion to deny the amendment;
        i                Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion passes by unanimous vote.
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        I           4.   Public Hearing LDC 06-3: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
                         06-3 concerning off-site sign regulation. Ward Ketring explains what off-site signs are
            I            and how they are used by businesses to provide advertising remote fi-om their place of
                         business. Danny Griner explains that the proposed changes will limit the sign size to
                         thirty two square feet, limit the number of signs to one per parcel, and allow real estate
        I                type signs that have relevance to the adjoining property. Erdman West makes a motion to
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                         approve the amendment; Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion passes by
                         unanimous vote.

                I   5.   Public Hearing LDC 06-4: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
                         06-4 concerning road improvements based on parcel sizes. Trey Howard states that he
                                            ORDINANCE NO.

            AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TAYLOR
            COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED; AMENDING SECTION 42-147,
            ENTITLED DESIGNATION OF PLANS AS MAJOR OR MINOR DEVELOPMENTS,
            EXEMPTING THE DMSION OF LAND INTO TWO (2) OR MORE PARCELS OF FIFTEEN
            (15) ACRES OR GREATER AS LONG AS EACH PARCEL HAS AT LEAST SIXTY (60)
            FEET OF FRONTAGE ON AN EXISTING COUNTY MAINTAINED ROAD AND
            EXEMPTING THE DIVISION OF LAND INTO TWO (2) OR MORE PARCELS OF FORTY
            (40) ACRES OR GREATER AS LONG AS EACH PARCEL HAS SIXTY (60) FEET OF
            FRONTAGE ON AN EXISTING PRIVATE EASEMENT OR ROAD SERVICING NOT
            MORE THAN TWENTY-FOUR (24) PARCELS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
            REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
            DATE

            WHEREAS, Section 125.01,Florida Statutes, as amended, empowers the Board of County Commissioners
    of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Board of County Commissioners, to prepare and
    adopt land development regulations;

            WHEREAS, Sections 163.3161 to 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Local Government
I   Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, requires the Board of County Commissioners
    to prepare and adopt regulations concerning the use of land and water;

            WHEREAS, an application for an amendment, as described below, has been filed with the County;
1           WHEREAS, the Planning Board of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Planning
i   Board, has been designated as the Local Planning Agency of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to
1   as the Local Planning Agency;

             WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 163.3 174, Florida Statutes, as amended, and the Land Development
    Code, the Planning Board, serving also as the,Local Planning Agency, held the required public hearing,
    with public :notice having been provided, on said application for an amendment, as described below, and
    at said public hearing, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, reviewed and
    considered all comments received during said public hearing concerning said application for an
    amendment, as described below, and recommended to the Board of County Commissioners denial of said
    application for an amendment, as described below;

             WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Board of County Commissioners
    held the required public hearings, with public notice having been provided, on said application for
    an amendment, as described below, and at said public hearings, the Board of County Commissioners
    reviewed and considered all comments received during said public hearings, including the recommendation
    of the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, concerning said application for an
    amendment, as described below;

             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that a need and
    justification exists for the approval of said application for an amendment, as described below;

             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
    of said application for an amendment, as described below, is consistent with the purposes and objectives
    of the comprehensive planning program and the Comprehensive Plan;

                                                     Page 1 of 3
         WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
of said application for an amendment, as described below, will further the purposes of the
Land Development Code and other ordinances, regulations and actions designed to implement
the Comprehensive Plan; and

                                 1
         WHEREAS, the Board 0County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
of said application for an amendment, as described below, would promote the public health, safety,
morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, prosperity or general welfare.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF TAYLOR COLNTY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-1, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
the text of the Land Development Code, Section 42-147, entitled Designation of plans as major or minor
developments, is hereby amended to read, as follows:

         Sec. 42-147.      Designation of plans as major or minor developments.

        (a)       Generally. For purposes of this subdivision, all development plans shall be designated
                  by the planning director as either minor or major developments as set in this section,
                  except notwithstanding this subsection and subsection (b) of this section, any division of
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                  land into two or more parcels of fifteen (1 5) acres or greater, each of which has at least
                  sixty (60) feet of frontage on an existing County maintained road, and any division of
                  land into two (2) or more parcels of forty (40) acres or greater, each of which has at least
              .   sixty (60) feet of frontage on an existing private easement or private roadway, servicing
                  not more than twenty-four (24) parcels, is exempt from this subdivision.

Section 2. 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 remaining provisions and portions
of this ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.

Section 3. Conflict. All ordinances or portions of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed to the extent of such conflict.

Section 4. Effective Date. Pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, 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 (10) days after enactment by the Board of County Commissioners.
This ordinance shall become effective upon filing of the ordinance with the Florida Department of State.
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Section 5. Authority. This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted by Section 125.01,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended.

PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED, with a quorum present and voting, by the Board of County
Commissioners in regular session this day of                                      2006.

                                                       BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
Attest:                                                TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORTDA




Annie Mae Murphy, County Clerk                         Daryll Gunter, Chairman




                                              Page 3 of 3
                     I Public Hearing for Land Development Code Amendment 06-2
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SUBJECTITITLE:


Statement of Issue Public hearing for adoption of ordinance providing language to regulate
      flag lot design and road frontage, within the Land Development Code.

Recommended Action Hold public hearing

Fiscal Impact        N/A

Submitted By:        Taylor County B. C. C.       Contact: 838-3500


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATEFUAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:      The County Commission previously decided that the present
       wording of the Land Development Code, regulating flag lot design and road frontage,
       should be revised. The draft applications were prepared by staff and presented to the
       Board for endorsement and approval for processing. Upon approval, the amendments
       were processed through the NCFRPC, who prepared the public notices for the public
      hearings. The proposed amendment was heard at a noticed public hearing before the
      Planning Board on September 7,2006, where the Board recommended by unanimous
       vote, to deny the amendment. The County Commission held the public hearing for the
      first reading of the adoption ordinance at the September 19,2006 meeting, and approved
      holding the adoption hearing at the October 17 meeting.

Options:                    1.     Adopt the amendment ordinance.
                            2.     Choose not to adopt the ordinance.

Attachments:                1.     Copy of the application.
                            2.     Copy of the standards for review.
                            3.     Copy of Planning Board minutes.
                            4.     Copy of adoption ordinance.
MALCOLM PAGE         DARYLL GUNTER         CLAY BETHEA          JACK BROWN         PATRICIA PATTERSON
  District 1             District 2           District 3          District 4             District 5



                                      TAYLOR COUNTY
                    BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                 APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT TO THE TAYLOR COUNTY
                          LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

Fee: $                 N/A                                 Application #:           LDC 06-2

Name of Applicant(s):                               Taylor County B. C. C.

Address:                        201 East Green Street, Perry, 'Florida 32347

Telephone#:            (850) 838-3500            L. D. R. Section:                42-720

                                      ,the
                      Please corr~plete following for proposed amendments

                                                  PART l

Precise wording of amendment(s):

Sec.      42-720.        Lot standards and restrictions

   (a)       LengtWwidth ratio, in all land use categories, the length of residential lots which are less
             than ten acres shall not exceed three times the width.

   '(b)      Roadway frontage, lots which are less than ten acres shall abut a public or private street
             for the required current minimum lot dimensions for the land use district where the lots
             are located.

   (c)       Flag lot means an interior lot which is ten acres or more in size and located to the. rear of
             another lot, but with a narrow portion of the lot extending to the street. The narrow
             portion of the lot that extends to the street shall be suitable for ingress and egress, and
             shall not be included in the calculation of the minimum lot area. No part of the narrow
             portion of the lot shall be less than sixty (60) feet in width.

                                        MINIMUM LOT DIMENSIONS

       CLASSIFICATION                         DENSITY                   MINIMUM FRONTAGE
           MUUD                                 411                           60 - feet
           MULTD                                211                           85 - feet
           MSTRR                                 112                         170 - f$et
           AGRR                                  115                         269 - feet
            AG 2                                1110                          60 - feet
            AG 1                                1 120                        60 - feet
                                             PART II

    Please provide on separate pages to be attached and made a part herewith the following:

     1; -Statement-demibingar;iy~tianid~o~ditlonst
                                               hatwould-justify an-amendment;

     2. Statement describing why there is a need for the proposed amendment;

     3. Statement describing whether and how the proposed amendment is consistent with
        the county comprehensive plan;

     4. Statement outlining the extent to which the proposed amendment:

            a. Is compatible with existing land uses;

            b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services;

            c. Affects the natural environment;

            d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.


    I hereby certify that all of the above statements and statements contained in any papers
        submitted herewith are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.




1
      Taylor County B. C. C. Chairperson
I      Applicant Name (Type or Print)
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                                   STANDARDS FOR REVFEW

        1. Does the proposed amendment conflict with any applicable provisions of
           the Land Development Code;                 -
        2. Is the proposed amendment consistent with all elements of the
           Comprehensive Plan;

        3. Is the proposed amendment inconsistent with existing and proposed land
           uses;

        4. Have there been changed conditions that require an amendment;

        5. To what extent does the proposed amendment result in demands on
           public facilities, and to what extent would the proposed aniendnie~it
           exceed the capacity of such public facilities, including, but not lirrlited to,
           roads, sewage facilities, water supply, drainage, solid waste, parks and
           recreation, schools and emergency medical facilities;

        6. Does the proposed amendment result in significant adverse impacts on
           the natural environment;
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        7. To what extent does the proposed amendment adversely affect the
           property values in the area;
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        8. Will the proposed amendment result in an orderly and logical
           development pattern (specifically identify any negative effects on such
           pattern);

        9. Is the proposed amendment in harmony with the public interest, and the
           purpose and interest of the Land Development Code;

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        10.Any other matters deemed appropriate by the Board.
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              I    .   Changed conditions that would -justify an amendment.
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    Subsequent to the adoption the Land Development Code, County staff noticed the frequent
    use of "flag lot" configuration by developers. This type of lot configuration has resulted in
    developments where the number of access points on a roadway can be excessive and
    property owner confusion concerning access ownership and maintenance.

    County staff has determined that the lack of regulation of lot design in the adopted code has
    created a method for developers to provide inadequate traffic circ~ilation within
    developments.

              2.       Why there is a need for the proposed amendment.

    The proposed amendment provides regulation of lot design that will provide greater
    assurance of proper roadway access and internal traffic circulation for developments. The
    minimum 60-foot road frontage requirement ensures that future development, of flag lot
    parcels, will be equipped with sufficient ingress width to allow improvement conforming to
    adopted road construction standards.

              3.       How the amendment is consistent with the County Comprehensive
                       Plan.

Policy 1.6.3 of the Comprehensive Plan requires that lots less than 10-acres be designed so
that the length does not exceed 3 times the width. The proposed amendment is consistent
with the intent to this policy to limit intensity of development. The proposed amendment
clarifies that flag lot design is only suitable for parcels 10-acres or more and regulates the
parcel design.

The proposed amendment will assist in implementation of the objectives of Policy 11.1.2, by
limiting the frequency of connections on collector and arterial roads.

              4.       Extent to which the proposed amendment;


              a. Is compatible with existing land uses.

The proposed amendment will help to increase development compatibility within land uses.
This is accomplished by limiting the intensity of impact of poorly designed traffic circulation.

              b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services.

The proposed amendment does not impact public facilities and services.

                            \
              c. Affects the natural environment.

    The proposed amendment does not impact the natural environment.

              d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.
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    An orderly and logical development pattern is achie-ved-in pad through regulating-lotdesign
    and traffic circulation. The proposed amendment addresses both of these issues. The
    assurance that proposed developments do not hinder logical future development is
    increased through the requirement for minimum road frontages and access widths. The
    assurance of proper internal road systems and frequency of internal access points to those
    road systems is an important element of achieving an orderly development pattern. The
    minimum road frontage requirements will assist in accomplishing proper road system and
    access point regulation.
     included in the wording. Ward Ketring explains that the Planning Board only provides a
     recommendation to the County Commission on issue such as this. John Weed explains
     that based on the statutes concerning amendments, substantial changes to an amendment
     would require re-advertising and a 2ndpublic hearing. Erdman West states that hd does
     not see how this amendment would affect the immediate family provisions. Dewey
     Hatcher asks if the amendment was the idea of the SRWMD or the County. Danny
     Griner states that as far as he knows, it was the County's idea. Ward Ketring asks if there
     were any reasons other than emergency vehicle access, for the amendment to be needed.
     Dale Rowel1 states that the reason is because property owners complain to the
     Commissioners when their private roads get in bad shape. Keith Rowel1 explains that
     Commissioner Brown previously brought up information disclosure issues concerning
     development and that the SRWMD rules would suffice. Barry Wilson asks for
     explanation on how the rule now reads as opposed to the changes proposed. Dale Rowel1
     explains how changes will affect property division and repeats request for County to take
     a closer look at the changes. Erdman West makes a motion to approve the proposed
     amendment; Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion fails by five to two vote. Pam
     Wessels makes a motion to deny the amendment; Dewey Hatcher seconds the motion; the
     motion passes by five to two vote, with Erdman West and Bryan Bethea opposed.

3.   Public Hearing LDC 06-2: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
     06-2 concerning flag lot regulation. Dale Rowel1 states his concerns with the impacts to
     lot splits by immediate family and the impacts to lots splits in Steinhatchee. Dale further
     states that he would like to see immediate family language included in the wording.
     Danny Griner states that the lot split section of the land development code specifically
     exempts immediate family divisions from the review and recording requirements for lot
     splits and would not be affected. Keith Rowel1 asks if the required sixty foot road
     frontage could be used as a shared driveway to two properties. Danny Griner responds
     that in his opinion, this type of shared access would not be allowed. Keith Rowel1 states
     that this amendment would be a problem with a lot of existing properties. Dale Rowel1
     explains how flag lot design allows the clustering of smaller lots that front on the
     roadway. Erdman West makes a motion to approve the amendment; the motion dies for
     lack of a second. Pam Wessels states that thirty foot of road frontage is adequate and the
     remaining board members agree. Pam Wessels makes a motion to deny the amendment;
     Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion passes by unanimous vote.

4.   Public Hearing LDC 06-3: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
     06-3 concerning off-site sign regulation. Ward Ketring explains what off-site signs are
     and how they are used by businesses to provide advertising remote from their place of
     business. Danny Griner explains that the proposed changes will limit the sign size to
     thirty two square feet, limit the number of signs to one per parcel, and allow real estate
     type signs that have relevance to the adjoining property. Erdman West makes a motion to
     approve the amendment; Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion passes by
     unanimous vote.

5.   Public Hearing LDC 06-4: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
     06-4 concerning road improvements based on parcel sizes. Trey Howard states that he
                                        ORDINANCE NO.

        AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TAYLOR
        COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED; ADDING A NEW SECTION
        42-720, ENTITLED LOT STANDARDS AND RESTRICTIONS, BY ADDING A
        REQUIREMENT THAT LOTS LESS THAN TEN (10) ACRES SHALL NOT HAVE A
        LENGTH GREATER THAN THREE (3) TIMES THE WIDTH, THAT LOTS LESS THAN
        TEN (10) ACRES IN SIZE ABUT A PRNATE OR PUBLIC ROAD AND HAVE ROAD
        FRONTAGE EQUAL TO THE REQUIRED LOT DIMENSIONS IN THE ZONING DISTRICT
        IN WHICH THEY ARE LOCATED, AND DEFINES A FLAG LOT AS BEING TEN (10)
        ACRES OR GREATER IN SIZE WITH A MINIMUM OF A SIXTY (60) FEET WIDTH
        ACCESSING A STREET; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
        IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

        WHEREAS, Section 125.01,Florida Statutes, as amended, empowers the Board of County Commissioners
of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Board of County Commissioners, to prepare and
adopt land development regulations;

        WHEREAS, sections 163.3161 to 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Local Government
Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, requires the Board of County Commissioners
to prepare and adopt regulations concerning the use of land and water;

        WHEREAS, an application for an amendment, as described below, has bekn filed with the County;

        WHEREAS, the Planning Board of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Planning
Board, has been designated as the Local Planning Agency of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to
as the Local Planning Agency;

         WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 163.3174, Florida Statutes, as amended, and the Land Development
Code, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, held the required public hearing,
with public notice having been provided, on said application for an amendment, as described below, and
at said public hearing, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, reviewed and
considered all comments received during said public hearing concerning said application for an
amendment, as described below, and recommended to the Board of County Commissioners denial of said
application for an amendment, as described below;

         WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Board of County Commissioners
held the required public hearings, with public notice having been provided, on said application for
an amendment, as described below, and at said public hearings, the Board of County Commissioners
reviewed and considered all comments received during said public hearings, including the recommendation
of the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, concerning said application for an
amendment, as described below;

          WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that a need and
justification exists for the approval of said application for an amendment, as described below;

         WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
of said application for an amendment, as described below, is consistent with the purposes and objectives
of the comprehensive planning program and the Comprehensive Plan;



                                                 Page 1 of 3
             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
    of said application for an amendment, as described below, will further the purposes of the
    Land Development Code and other ordinances, regulations and actions designed to implement
    the Comprehensive Plan; and

             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
    of said application for an amendment, as described below, would promote the public health, safety,
    morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, prosperity or general welfare.

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

    Section 1. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-2, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
    the text of the Land Development Code, Section 42-720, entitled Lot standards and restrictions, is hereby
    added to read, as follows:

            Sec. 42-720.     Lot standards and restrictions

            (a)     LengtWwidth ratio, in all land use categories, the length of residential lots which are less
                    than ten (1 0) acres shall not exceed three (3) times the width.

            (b)     Roadway frontage, lots which are less than ten (1 0) acres shall abut a public or private
                    street for the required current minimum lot dimensions for the land use district where the
                    lots are located.

            (c)     Flag lot means an interior lot which is ten (10) acres or more in 'size and located to the
                    rear of another lot, but with a narrower portion of the lot extending to the street. The
                    narrow portion of the lot that extends to the street shall be suitable for ingress and egress,
                    and shall not be included in the calculation of the minimum lot area. No part of the
                    narrow portion of the lot shall be less than sixty (60) feet in width.

I                                            MINIMUM LOT DIMENSIONS

             CLASSIFICATION                    DENSITY                           MINIMUM FRONTAGE
             MUDD                              411                               60 - Feet
             MUDD                              211                               85 - Feet
             MURR                              112                               170 - Feet
             AG R R                            115                               269 - Feet
             AG 2                              1/10                              60 -Feet
             AG 1                              1/20                              60 - Feet




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 Section 2. 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 remaining provisions and portions
of this ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.

Section 3. Conflict. All ordinances or portions of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed to the extent of such conflict.

Section 4. Effective Date. Pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, a certified copy of this
ordinanceshall be filed with the Florida Department of State by the Clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners within ten (10) days after enactment by the Board of County Commissioners.
This ordinance shall become effective upon filing of the ordinance with the Florida Department of State.

Section 5. Authority. This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted by Section 125.01,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and Sections 163.3 161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended.

PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED, with a quorum present and voting, by the Board of County
Commissioners in regular session this day of                                                          2006.

                                                            BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
Attest:                                                     TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA




Annie Mae Murphy, County Clerk                              Daryll Gunter, Chairman




                                                 Page 3 of 3
I MEETING DATE REOUESTED:               I October 17.2006                                         I
Statement of Issue Public hearing for adoption of ordinance revising the requirements for off-
      site signs and small portable signs, within the Land Development Code.

Recommended Action Hold public hearing

Fiscal Impact        NIA

Submitted By:         Taylor County B. C. C.       Contact: 838-3500


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:      The County Commission previously decided that the present
       wording of the Land Development Code, regulating off-site signs, should be revised. The
       draft applications were prepared by staff and presented to the Board for endorsement and
       approval for processing. Upon approval, the amendments were processed through the
       NCFRPC, who prepared the public notices for the public hearings. The proposed
       amendment was heard at a noticed public hearing before the Planning Board on
       September 7,2006, where the Board recommended by unanimous vote, to approve the
       amendment. The County Commission held the public hearing for the first reading of the
       adoption ordinance at the September 19,2006 meeting, and approved holding the
       adoption hearing at the October 17 meeting.

Options:                     1.     Adopt the amendment ordinance.
                             2.     Choose not to adopt the ordinance.

Attachments:                 1.     Copy of the application.
                             2.     Copy of the standards for review.
                             3.     Copy of Planning Board minutes.
                             4.     Copy of adoption ordinance.
            1.



                     MALCOLM PAGE      DARYLL GUNTER         'CLAYBETHEA          JACK BROWN           PATRICIA PATTERSON
                       District 1          District 2            District 3         District 4               District 5



                                                      TAYLOR COUNTY
                                     BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
        -        -
                                    APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT TO-THE TAYLOR COUNTY
                                             LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

                     Fee: $               N/A                                 Application #:           LDC 06-3

                     Name of Applicant(s):                             Taylor County B. C. C.

                     Address:                      201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347

                     Telephone#:          (850) 838-3500            L. D. R. Section:          42-461,465,466,468

                                         Please complete the following for proposed amendments

                                                                     PART l

                     Precise wording of amendment(s):
                                                                                               .   .

                     Section 42-46 1 Definitions amended to read:

                            Sign, freestanding, 9
                                                                . .                         . .
                                                                                                                   .
                                                                                                   A sign that is su~vorted
                     bv one or more columns. upright poles or braces extended from the mound or from an object on the
                     ground. or that is erected on the mound, where not part of the sign is attached to any part of the
                     building. Freestanding signs include ground signs, pole signs and portable signs.

                            Sign, Pole, means a permanent mound sign sup~orted a single metallic pole attached to
                                                                                     bv
                     which is a sign face the bottom of which is at least 20 feet above the mound and which is at least 200
                     square feet in size.

I                    Section 42-466. Prohibited signs amended to read:




    I
                     Section 42-468. Off-site signs amended to read:
                                      (2)   '
                                                Off-site signs may be erected in the required front yard, provided they:

                                                a.   Shall not be nearer the street right-of-way line than 12 feet.
                                                b.   Shall not be erected so as to obstruct visibility at intersections and curb breaks.
                                                c.   Shall not exceed 32 square feet in size.
                                                d.   Shall be limited to one sign per parcel or lot.

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                            Section 42-465-(b) (3) is amended to read:
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                                      (3)       Traffic or other municipal, county, state or federal signs, legal notices, railroad crossing
                                                signs, danger signs and such temporary, emergency or non-advertising signs as may be         .
                                                approved by the board of county commissioners. Small portable signs are allowed on the
                                                non-mowed portion of the County ri&t,of ways provided that the sign has relevance to the
                                                adjoining prouerty.



                                                                                             PART II

                               Please provide on separate pages to be attached and made a part herewith the following:

                                      1. Statement describing any changed conditions that would justify an amendment;


I           ''
                                      2. Statement describing why there is a need for the proposed amendment;

                                      3. Statement describing whether and how the proposed amendment is consistent ~ t h
                                         the county comprehensive plan;

                                      4. Statement outlining the extent to which the proposed amendment:

                                                                 with existing land uses;
                                                a. Is corr~patible

I                                               b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services;

                                                c. Affects the natural environment;

                                                d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.
    I
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                                 I hereby certify that all of the above statements and statements contained in any papers
    1                                submitted herewith are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.

        I

    I                                 Taylor County B. C. C. Chairperson
                                       Applicant Name (Type or Print)


                                                     Applicant Signature                                                                              Date
                                   STANDARDS FOR REVIEW

            1. Does the proposed amendment conflict with any applicable provisions of
               the Land Development Code;
                                                          .
        ,
            -2; I s fhe~-rop-ose~...amend consistentwith a ll--ele-m~ntsof-fhhe--
                                      merit
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                 Corr~prehensivePlan;

            3. Is the proposed amendment inconsistent with existing and proposed land
               uses;

            4. Have there been changed conditions that require an amendment;

            5. To what extent does the proposed amendment result in demands on
               public facilities, and to what extent would the proposed amendment
               exceed the capacity of such public facilities, including, but not limited to,
               roads, sewage facilities, water supply, drainage, solid waste, parks and
               recreation, schools and emergency medical facilities;

            6. Does the proposed amendment result in significant adverse impacts on
               the natural environment;

i           7. To what extent does the proposed amendment adversely affect the
               property values in the area;

1           8. Will the proposed amendment result in an orderly and logical
               development pattern (specifically identify any negative effects on such
I              pattern);


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I           9. Is the proposed amendment in harmony with the public interest, and the
               purpose and interest of the Land Development Code;

I           10.Any other matters deemed appropriate by the Board.
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                                   1      Changed conditions that would justify an amendment.

                         Based on a request to place an off-site sign within the County, staff conducted a review of
                         the sign section of the Land Development Code. County staff determined that the sign
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                         section contained a nurr~ber conflicting provisions.

                         Subsequent to Planning Board approvalof the request, county staff found that a .. notable
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                         value.

                                   2.     Why there is a need for the proposed amendment.

                         The proposed amendment resolves the conflicts found in the sign section. The major
                         conflict is that Section 42-466 appears to prohibit all signs unless mounted on a building.
                         The amendment shifts the conflicting language to the definitions section, where it seems
                         more appropriate.

                         Off-site signs which are not limited to size have been found to have a high intrusive value.
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                         To reduce the intrusive value of off-site signs, the amendment proposes to lirr~it
                         maximum size and number of signs per parcel.

                         The sign section as written does not allow small portable signs on the County right-of-way.
                         The County Commission determined that such signs should be allowed on the right-of-way,
                         as long as they have relevance to the adjoining property, such as realtor signs.

                                   3.     How the amendment is consistent with the County Comprehensive
                                          Plan.
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                        Policy 1.3.1 of the Comprehensive Plan directs the County to provide within the Land
                        Development Regulations provision for signage. The proposed amendment will assist in
I                       ensuring that the intent of this policy is accomplished.

I                       The limitation of sign size and the number of signs allowed per parcel is consistent with the
1                       direction of the Corrrprehensive plan to maintain intensities of development that are
I                       corr~patible with rural areas.
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I                                  4.     Extent to which the proposed amendment;

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                        The proposed amendment lessens the intensity of sign placement and size. Such a change
                        can only increase the compatibility with existing land uses.

                                   b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services.

                        The proposed amendment does not impact public facilities and services.
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                               c.. Affects the natural environment.

                    The proposed amendment does not impact the natural environment.

                               d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.

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                 included in the wording. Ward Ketring explains that the Planning Board only provides a
                 recommendation to the County Commission on issue such as this. John Weed explains
                 that based on the statutes concerning amendments, substantial changes to an amendment
                 would require re-advertising and a 2ndpublic hearing. Erdman West states that he does
                 not see how this amendment would affect the immediate family provisions. Dewey
                 Hatcher asks if the amendment was the idea of the SRWMD or the County. Danny
                 Griner states that as far,as he knows, it was the County's idea. Ward Ketring asks if there
                 were any reasons other than emergency vehicle access, for the amendment to be needed.
                 Dale Rowel1 states that the reason is because property owners complain to the
                 Commissioners when their private roads get in bad shape. Keith Rowel1 explains that
                 Commissioner Brown previously brought up information disclosure issues concerning
                 development and that the SRWMD rules would suffice. Barry Wilson asks for
                 explanation on how the rule now reads as opposed to the changes proposed. Dale Rowel1
                 explains how changes will affect property division and repeats request for County to take
                 a closer look at the changes. Erdman West makes a motion to approve the proposed
                 amendment; Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion fails by five to two vote. Pam
                 Wessels makes a motion to deny the amendment; Dewey Hatcher seconds the motion; the
                 motion passes by five to two vote, with Erdman West and Bryan Bethea opposed.

            3.   Public Hearing LDC 06-2: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
                 06-2 concerning flag lot regulation. Dale Rowel1 states his concerns with the impacts to
                 lot splits by immediate family and the impacts to lots splits in Steinhatchee. Dale further
                 states that he would like to see immediate family language included in the wording.
                 Danny Griner states that the lot split section of the land development code specifically
                 exempts immediate family divisions from the review and recording requirements for lot
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                 splits and would not be affected. Keith Rowel1 asks if the required sixty foot road
                 frontage could be used as a shared driveway to two properties. Danny Griner responds
1                that in his opinion, this type of shared access would not be allowed. Keith Rowel1 states
                 that this amendment would be a problem with a lot of existing properties. Dale Rowel1
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                 explains how flag lot design allows the clustering of smaller lots that fiont on the
                 roadway. Erdman West makes a motion to approve the amendment; the motion dies for
    I            lack of a second. Pam Wessels states that thirty foot of road fiontage is adequate and the
                 remaining board members agree. Pam Wessels makes a motion to deny the amendment;
                 Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion passes by unanimous vote.
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            4.   Public Hearing LDC 06-3: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
                 06-3 concerning off-site sign regulation. Ward Ketring explains what off-site signs are
                 and how they are used by businesses to provide advertising remote from their place of
                 business. Danny Griner explains that the proposed changes will limit the sign size to
                 thirty two square feet, limit the number of signs to one per parcel, and allow real estate
                 type signs that have relevance to the adjoining property. Erdman West makes a motion to
                 approve the amendment; Bryan Bethea seconds the motion; the motion passes by
                 unanimous vote.

            5.   Public Hearing LDC 06-4: the Board opens the public hearing to consider amendment
                 06-4 concerning road improvements based on parcel sizes. Trey Howard states that he
                                                    ORDINANCE NO.

                    AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TAYLOR
                    COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED; AMENDING SECTION 42-461,
                    ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, BY ADDING A DEFINITION OF SIGNS, FREESTANDING AND
                    SIGNS, POLE, BY AMENDING SECTION 42-466 PROHIBITED SIGNS, BY DELETING
                    THE PROHIBITION OF GROUND AND POLE SIGNS AND DELETING THE PROHIBITION
                    OF POLE SIGNS TWENTY (20) FEET IN HEIGHT AND TWO HLTNDRED (200) SQUARE
                    FEET IN SIZE, AMENDING SECTION 42-468 OFF-SITE SIGNS BY ADDING THE
                    REQUIREMENT THAT OFF-SITE SIGNS CANNOT EXCEED THIRTY-TWO (32) SQUARE
                    FEET AND ARE LIMITED TO ONE (1) SIGN PER PARCEL OR LOT, AND AMENDING
                    SECTION 42-465 PERMIT; EXEMPTIONS BY ADDING LANGUAGE THAT ALLOWS
                    SMALL PORTABLE SIGNS ON NON-MOWED COUNTY RIGHT-OF-WAY IF THE SIGN
                    HAS RELEVANCE TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
                    REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
                    DATE

                    WHEREAS, Section 125.01,Florida Statutes, as amended, empowers the Board of County Commissioners
            of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Board of County Commissioners, to prepare and
            adopt land development regulations;

                    WHEREAS, Sections 163.316 1 to 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Local Government
            Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, requires the Board of County Commissioners
            to prepare and adopt regulations concerning the use of land and water;

1                   WHEREAS, an application for an amendment, as described below, has been filed with the County;

                    WHEREAS, the Planning Board of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Planning
1           Board, has been designated as the Local Planning Agency of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to
            as the Local Planning Agency;
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    1                WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 163.3174, Florida Statutes, as amended, and the Land Development
    I       Code, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, held the required public hearing,
    1       with public notice having been provided, on said application for an amendment, as described below, and
    !       at said public hearing, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, reviewed and
            considered all comments received during said public hearing concerning said application for an
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            amendment, as described below, and recommended to the Board of County Commissioners approval of
            said application for an amendment, as described below;

                     WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Board of County Commissioners
            held the required public hearings, with public notice having been provided, on said application for
            an amendment, as described below, and at said public hearings, the Board of County Commissioners
            reviewed and considered all comments received during said public hearings, including the recommendation
            of the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, concerning said application for an
            amendment, as described below;

                     WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that a need and
            justification exists for the approval of said application for an amendment, as described below;




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             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has' determined and found that approval
    of said application for an amendment, as described below, is consistent with the purposes and objectives
    of the comprehensive planning program and the Comprehensive Plan;

             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
    of said application for an amendment, as described below, will further the purposes of the
    Land Development Code and other ordinances, regulations and actions designed to implement
    the Comprehensive Plan; and

             WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
    of said application for an amendment, as described below, would promote the public health, safety,
    morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, prosperity or general welfare.

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

    Section 1. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-3, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
    the text of the Land Development Code, a portion of Section 42-461, entitled Definitions, is hereby
    amended to read, as follows:
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            Sec. 42-461.       Definitions

                    Sign, freestanding. A sign that is supported by one (1) or more columns, upright poles or
                    braces extended from the ground or from an object on the ground, or that is erected on
                    the ground, where not part of the sign is attached to any part of the building. Free
                    standing signs include ground signs, pole signs and portable signs.

                    Sign, Pole, means a permanent ground sign supported by a single metallic pole attached
                    to which is a sign face the bottom of which is at least twenty (20) feet above the ground
                    and which is at least two hundred (200) square feet in size.

    Section 2. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-3, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
    the text of the Land Development Code, Section 42-466, entitled Prohibited signs; is hereby amended to read,
    as follows:

            Sec. 42-466.      Prohibited signs

            It shall be unlawfUl to erect or maintain:

            (1)     Any sign which constitutes a traffic hazzard or a detriment to traffic safety by reason of its
                    size, location, movement, content, coloring or method of illumination, or by obstructing the
                    vision of drivers, or by distracting from the visibility of any traffic control device by diverting
                    or tending to divertthe attention of moving vehicles from the traffic movement on streets,
                    roads or access facilities; nor shall any sign be erected in such a manner as to obstruct the
                    vision of pedestrians. The use of flashing or revolving red, green, blue or amber lights is
                    prohibited in any sign as constituting a hazard to traffic. Any sign which by glare or method
                    of illumination constitutes a hazard to traffic is prohibited. No sign may use the words
                     top,)^ "look," "drive-in," "danger," or any other word, phrase, symbol or character in such a
                    manner as to interfere with, mislead or confuse traffic.


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         (2)     Signs which are declared to -beobscene, indecent or immora1.b~ county ordinance or law.

         (3)     Signs erected on the right-of-way of any street, road or public way, except as specifically
                 provided by this chapter.

         (4)     Signs erected on public property, other than signs erected or approved by a public authority
                 for public purposes.

         (5)     Signs so located as to prevent free ingress or egress from any door, window or fire escape.

         (6)     llluminated signs which result in glare or reflection of light on residential property in the
                 surrounding area.

         (7)     Canopy, marquee, projecting or hanging signs with less than a nine-foot minimum clearance
                 between the bottom of the sign and the ground surface.

Section 3. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-3, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
the text of the Land Development Code, Section 42-468 (2) Off-site signs, is hereby amended to read,
as follows:

         Sec. 42-468.        Off-site signs

         (2)     Off-site signs may be erected in the required front yard, provided they:

                 a.     Shall not be nearer the street right-of-way line than 12 feet.

           .     b. Shall not be erected so as to obstruct visibility at intersections and curb breaks.

                 c.     Shall not exceed thirty-two (32) square feet in size.

                 d. Shall be limited to one (1) sign per parcel or lot.

Section 4. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-3, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
the text of the Land Development Code, Section 42-465 (b) (3) Permit, is hereby amended to read,
as follows:

         Sec. 42-465 (b) (3) Permit

         (3)     Traffic or other municipal, county, state or federal signs, legal notices, railroad crossing signs,
                 danger signs and such temporary, emergency or non-advertising signs as may be approved by
                 the board of county commissioners. Small portable signs are allowed on the non-mowed
                 portion of the County right-of-ways provided that the sign has relevance to the adjoining
                 property.

 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 remaining provisions and portions
of this ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.

Section 6. Conflict. All ordinances or portions of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed to the extent of such conflict.

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Section 7. Effective Date. Pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, 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 (10) days after enactment by the Board of County Commissioners.
This ordinance shall become effective upon filing of the ordinance with the Florida Department of State.

Section 8. Authority. This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted by Section 125.01,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended.

PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED, with a quorum present and voting, by the Board of County
Commissioners in regular session this day of                                      2006.

                                                           BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
Attest:                                                    TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA




Annie Mae Murphy, County Clerk                             Daryll Gunter, Chairman




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    SUBJECTITITLE: I Public Hearing for Land Development Code Amendment 06-5
    MEETING DATE REQUESTED:           I October 17, 2006
    Statement of Issue Public hearing for adoption of ordinance revising the requirements for
          siting power lines, substations, and rail lines outside of the industrial land use.

    Recommended Action Hold public hearing

    Fiscal Impact         NIA

    Submitted By:         Taylor County B. C. C.                     Contact: 838-3500


                        SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

    History, Facts & Issues:      The County Commission previously decided that the present
           wording of the Land Development Code, requiring that substations and power lines over
           69 KV, and rail lines be in an industrial land use category, should be revised. The draft
           applications were prepared by staff and presented to the Board for endorsement and
           approval for processing. Upon approval, the amendments were processed through the
          NCFRPC, who prepared the public notices for the public hearings. The proposed
           amendment was heard at a noticed public hearing before the Planning Board on
           September 7,2006, where the Board recommended by unanimous vote, to approve the
           amendment. The County Commission held the public hearing for the first reading of the
          adoption ordinance at the September 19, 2006 meeting, and approved holding the
           adoption hearing at the October 17 meeting.

    Options:                         1.      Adopt the amendment ordinance.
                                     2.      Choose not to adopt the ordinance.

    Attachments:                     1.      Copy of the application.
                                     2.      Copy of the standards for review.
                                     3.      Copy of Planning Board minutes.
                                     4.      Copy of adoption ordinance.
                     APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT TO THE TAYLOR
                      COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REG'ULA'I'IONS

Fee: $                  N/A                              Application #:        LDC 06-5



Address:                                                                    32347
                                  201 East Green street, Perry, ~ l o r i d a

Telephone#              (850) 838-3500          L. D. R. Section:             42-720

                    Please complete the following for proposed amendments

                                                PART l

Precise wording of amendment(s):
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Section 42-408

         ( 9 ) Public service utility, . . .

         c.      Utility facility such as water plants, wastewater treatment plants, railroad
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                 right of wav and tracks, electricity substations and-dskk&m power lines




         (1 1) Small scale industrial. . .

         I.      Railroad ty4t sf                  , sidings, yards, areas for car storage and
                 switching facilities.



         (12) Industrial. . . .

                 Such uses include, for example, LP gas storage and/or distribution
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                 exceeding 2,000 gallons, j
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                 c r r a ,                   junkyards or salvage yards, recycling centers,
                 landfills, hazardous or medical waste collection and handling centers and
                 borrow pits, but no excavation which requires blasting. . . .
                                               PART II

       -   Please pcw-ide on-separate          to.be_attached and m-idea part herewith the
                                               following:

       1. Statement describing any changed conditions that would justify an amendment;

       2. Statement describing why there is a need for the proposed amendment;

       3. Statement describing whether and how the-proposed amendment is consistent
          with the county comprehensive plan;
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       4. Statement outlining the extent to which the proposed amendment:

                a. Is compatible with existing land uses;


I               b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services;

                c. Affects the natural environment;
I               d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.


    I hereby certify that all of the above statements and statements contained in any papers
        submitted herewith are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.




           Taylor County B. C. C. Chairperson
            Applicant Name (Type or Print)




                     Applicant Signature
                                                                                             STANDARDS FOR REVIEW
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                                                '1. ~ o e the proposed amendment conflict with any applicable
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                                                    provisions of the Land Development Code;

                                                2. Is the proposed amendment consistent with all elements of the
                                                   Comprehensive Plan;

                                                3. Is the proposed amendment inconsistent with existing and proposed
                                                   land uses;

                                                4. Have there been changed conditions that require an amendment;

                                                5. To what extent does the proposed amendment result in demands on
                                                   public facilities, and to what extent would the proposed amendment
I                                                  exceed the capacity of such public facilities, includi~ig, not limited
                                                                                                            but
                                                   to, roads, sewage facilities, water supply, drainage, solid waste, parks
I                                                  and recreation, schools and emergency medical facilities;
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                                                6. Does the proposed amendment result in significant adverse impacts
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                                                   on the natural environment;

                                                7. To what extent does the proposed amendment adversely affect the
                                                   property values in the area;

                                                8. Will the proposed amendment result in an orderly and logical
                                                   development pattern (specifically identify any negative effects on
                                                   such pattern);

    I                                           9. Is the proposed amendment in harmony with the public interest, and
    I                                              the purpose and interest of the Land Development Code;

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                                                lo.Any other matters deemed appropriate by the Board.
           1.     Changed conditions that would justify an amendment.

 The section proposed to be amended, Section 42-408, defines the specific uses that are
 allowed in each land use category. Sections 42-408(9) and (12) restrict the use of
 substations and power lines serving more than 69KV to lndustrial areas. Section 42-
 408 ( I I-)-confines railroad-t~eksand-right-of-ways-to-lndustriatarea~-~hese-se~tions   -

would require slivers of lndustrial areas where such power lines and railroad tracks
 snaked throughol-lt the county. Likewise, substations, which are generally small, would
 be relegated to small pockets of lndustrial areas throughout the county. The inadvertent
 affect of this section would force land use designations to be changed simply to
 accommodate power lines, substations or railroads. To date, this has not created an
 issue, but increased development and the addition of more industries will create the
 need for more power lines, substations and railroads. Therefore, to better
accommodate future development and remedy an inadvertent affect of the current
wording of the land development code, the proposed amendment is warranted and
justified.

          2.     Why there is a need for the proposed amendment.

The proposed amendment removes the need to have slivers of lndustrial areas
traversing the County in areas where power lines and railroads are located.
Furthermore, the proposed amendment would no longer require substations in pockets
of Industrial areas. Power lines, railroads and s~~~bstations not be in Industrial
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areas and can be located within, or traverse, other land use areas without changing the
property's character. There is no sufficient justification for disturbing the natural and
logical land use designation of property simply because such structures are located
thereon. There are more efficient and logical means to regulate power lines, railroads
and substations then relegating them to lndustrial use areas only. Furthermore, slivers
or pockets of lndustrial areas throughout the county will disrupt the integrity of the land
use category they are contained within which unnecessarily inhibit future development.

          3.     How the amendment is consistent with the County
                 Comprehensive Plan.

'The proposed amendment will preserve the character and integrity of the land use
areas described in Policy 1.3.2. The land use designations are determined based on the
character of the property itself and not necessarily the proposed use. Furthermore,
Objective 1.12 of the Taylor County Corr~prehensive    Plan requires the County to allow
public utilities "needed to provide essential service to existing and future land uses. . ."
The need for services from power lines and substations should dictate where such
structures are located and not the land use category. The proposed amendment will
allow land uses to be dictated by the natural character and future use of the land and
not by presence of a power line, railroad, or substation.
               4.     Extent to which the proposed amendment;


               a. Is compatible with existing land uses.

    -The-proposed amendment will better-preserve-the-integrity-ofexisting land uses. -The :
     amendment would allow power lilies and railroads to traverse existing land uses without
     changing the designation. This is the current state of the Future Land Use Map. There
     are currently power lines, substations and railroads in the county that are not contained
     in Industrial areas. This amendment will preserve the status quo which has proved to
     be compatible with the existing land uses.



!              b. Affects the capacities of public facilities and services.

    -The proposed amendment will allow power lines and substation to more easily be co-
1   located in areas of development without disturbing the integrity of the existing land use
    designations.
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               c. Affects the natural environment.

    The proposed amendment does not have a direct impact on the natural environment.

               d. Will result in an orderly and logical development pattern.

    The proposed amendment will allow power lines, substations and railroads to be placed
    in are'as that can best serve current and future development. These structures will no
    longer be confined to areas designated Industrial. Future development and needs will
    dictate where these structures are placed which will result in a more orderly and logical
    development pattern.
          has a problem with the language in section (4) of the amendment language that relates to
          a figure that is not fully developed. Danny Griner explains to the Board that this figure
          will represent a lesser standard of improvement than presently exists in the code. John
          Weed states that in his opinion, this amendment needs to be revisited and re-advertised
          based on the inability of the public to review the figure ten days prior to the meeting.
     .   -Danny Griner asks-how such action would affect the public hearing scheduled before the
          County Commission on September 19, 2006. Erdman West makes a motion to table the
          item until the next meeting; Dewey Hatcher seconds the motion; the motion passes by a
          six to one vote, with Barry Wilson opposed. Danny Griner explains that due the public
         notice requirements, the item could not be heard at the next meeting, but would be
          scheduled at the earliest opportunity. The Board members clarify that the
         recommendation is for the County Commission to table the item until the graded road
          standard figure is approved.

6.       Public Hearing LDC 06-5: the Board opens the public hearing for amendment 06-5
         concerning changes to the rail and power line requirements. John Weed explains how the
         present wording of the land development code could result in long slivers of industrial
         land use being created. Diane Whitfield states that she wonders why the code needs to be
         amended, when it has sufficed up to this point. Ward Ketring states that the Board felt
         the present rule did not serve any purpose. John Weed explains that his research revealed
         that there are already numerous power lines in excess of 69KV running through the
         County that are not located in an industrial land use. Diane Whitfield states her concern
         with why the amendment was being brought up at this time. Ward Ketring states that the
         issue was first brought to his attention by the Magnolia Bay development and the
         potential need for power lines and substations to accommodate coastal growth. Ward
         goes on to explain how power and distributions lines are routed and how their voltages
         vary. Danny Griner explains how the present wording could result in long thin strips of
         industrial land use running through agricultural land uses and causing improper
         assessments of concurrency compared to the actual use. Diane Whitfield states her
         opposition to the amendment because it benefits private industry and not citizens.
         Carolyn Raepple, representing the Taylor Energy Center, states that the proposed change
         will avoid mischief by not creating industrial land uses that may tempt developers to
         apply to other uses and that the amendment will bring the land development code into
         compliance with Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, which exempts power and rail lines fiom
         the definition of development. Bryan Bethea makes a motion to approve the amendment;
         Pam Wessels seconds the motion; the motion passes by unanimous vote.

7.       Lightning Landing Subdivision: the Board reviews the application for a 6-lot
         development at the end of Norfolk Lane in Steinhatchee. The plat was previously
         reviewed with access fiom 2ndAvenue. Dale Rowel1 thanks the Board members for
         serving in their positions and explains that the only variance requested for the
         development is for the cul-de-sac, based on the existing fifty foot width of Norfolk Lane.
         Danny Griner informs the Board that a letter was provided from the Steinhatchee Water
         Association stating that water could be provided off of Norfolk Lane. Erdman West
         questions the use of an easement to access the development. Trey Howard explains the
         legal status of the easement that would provide access to the property and that the deeds
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                                               ORDINANCE NO.

                AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TAYLOR
                COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED; AMENDING SECTIONS 42-408
                (9) c., 42-408 (1 1) 1. AND 42-408 (12), ENTITLED USE GROUPS, BY AMENDING THE
                DEFINITION PUBLIC SERVICE UTILITY BY ADDING RAILROAD RIGHTS-OF-WAY
                AND DELETING DISTRIBUTION LINES SERVING SIXTY-NINE (69) KV OR LESS AND
                DELETING RIGHT-OF-WAY AND TRACTS FROM THE DEFINITION OF SMALL SCALE
                INDUSTRIAL AND DELETING ELECTRICITY SUBSTATIONS AND DISTRIBUTION
                LINES GREATER THAN SIXTY-NINE (69) KV FROM THE DEFINITION OF
                INDUSTRIAL; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
                CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
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                WHEREAS, Section 125.01, Florida Statutes, as amended, empowers the Board of County Commissioners
                                                                                                     to
        of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Board of county ~ommissione~s,prepare and.
        adopt land development regulations;
1               WHEREAS, Sections 163.3161 to 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, the Local Government

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        Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, requires the Board of County Commissioners
        to prepare and adopt regulations concerning the use of land and water;

                WHEREAS, an application for an amendment, as described below, has been filed with the County;
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    1           WHEREAS, the Planning Board of Taylor County, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the Planning
        Board, has been designated as the Local Planning Agency of Taylor Courity, Florida, hereinafter referred to
                                                       -   -  .

        as the Local Planning Agency; ,

                 WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 163.3174, Florida Statutes, as amended, and the Land Development
        Code, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, held the required public hearing,
        with public notice having been provided, on said application for an amendment, as described below, and
        at said public hearing, the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, reviewed and
        considered all comments received during said public hearing concerning said application for an
        amendment, as described below, and recommended to the Board of County Commissioners approval of
        said application for an amendment, as described below;

                 WHEREAS, pmuant to Section 125.66,Florida Statutes, as amended, the Board of County Commissioners
        held the required public hearings, with public notice having been provided, on said application for
        an amendment, as described below, and at said public hearings, the Board of County Commissioners
        reviewed and considered all comments received during said public hearings, including the recommendation
        of the Planning Board, serving also as the Local Planning Agency, concerning said application for an
        amendment, as described below;

                 WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that a need and
        justification exists for the approval of said application for an amendment, as described below;

                 WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
        of said application for an amendment, as described below, is consistent with the purposes and objectives
        of the comprehensive planning program and the Comprehensive Plan;




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         WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
of said application for an amendment, as described below, will further the purposes of the
Land Development Code and other ordinances, regulations and actions designed to implement
the Comprehensive Plan; and

         WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has determined and found that approval
of said application for an amendment, as described below, would promote the public health, safety,
morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, prosperity or general welfare.

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

Section 1. Pursuant to an application, LDC 06-5, by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend
the text of the Land Development Code, Sections 42-408 (9) c., 42-408 (1 1) I. and 42-408 (12), entitled
Use groups, are hereby amended to read, as follows:

         Sec. 42-408.

                 (9) Public servicelutility.

                 c. Utility facility such as water plants, wastewater treatment plants, railroad right-of-way
                    and tracks, electrici~substations power lines.
                                                        and

                 (1 1) Small scale industrial.

                 1. Railroad sidings, yards, areas for car storage and switching facilities.
                    '




                 (12) Industrial.

                        This type of use includes those wholesale and retail businesses for manufacturing,
                        processing, storing or distributing goods. Included in this category are uses which
                        require primarily outdoor storage or the industrial activity itself if conducted outdoors.
                        Such uses include, for example, LP gas storage andlor distribution exceeding 2,000
                        gallons, junkyards or salvage yards, recycling centers, landfills, hazardous or medical
                        waste collection and handling centers and borrow pits, but not excavation which requires
                        blasting. A natural gas pipeline or similar pipelines are industrial in use unless they
                        provide public utilities to existing or future land uses, as are authorized by other plan
                        elements.

 Section 2. 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 remaining provisions and portions
of this ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.
                                                                                            .   .

Section 3. Conflict. All ordinances or portions of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed to the extent of such conflict.

Section 4. Effective Date. Pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, as amended, 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 (10) days after enactment by the Board of County Commissioners.
This ordinance shall become effective upon filing of the ordinance with the Florida Department of State.

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      Section 5. Authority. This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted by Section 125.01,
      Florida Statutes, as amended, and Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended.

      PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED, with a quorum present and voting, by the Board of County
      Commissioners in regular session this day of                                      2006.
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                                                             BOARD OF c o u N m COMMISSIONERS OF
      Attest:                                                TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA




      Annie Mae Murphy, County Clerk                    ,    Daryll Gunter, Chairman




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Statement of Issue Public hearing to consider approval of permit for Mud Bog events on
      -February -10, -May.5, and October 28,2007.                          .- . -
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Recommended Action Hold public hearing



Submitted By:         Troy A. Gunter        .   cbntact: 584-4074


                    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL I ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:      Troy A. Gunter, representing Perry Mud Bog LLC, submitted an
       application to the Planning Department to hold Mud Bog events on February 10, May 5,
       and October 28,2007. The applicant expects some or all of the events to have attendance
      in excess of 1,000. Section 10-65 of the Code of Ordinances requires that permits for
       special events.with attendance in excess of 1,000 must be approved at a public hearing.
      During the September 19,2006 County Commission meeting, the Board approved the
      holding of a public hearing on October 17,' 2006. The application has been reviewed by
      staff and contains the following items:

   1.      Physical location and legal description.
   2.      Waiver from property owners within 660-feet.
   3.      Hours of events from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
           Estimated attendance.
           Security statement from the Sheriffs Department.
   6.      Arnbulancelmedical statement from Doctor's Memorial Hospital.
   7.      Map of property.
   8.      Hold harmless & entry consent form.
   9.      Waste hauler statement.
   10.     Insurance statement.
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Options:                      1.     Approve permits for events.
                              2.     Deny permit for events.

Attachments:                  Copy of application and associated documents.
        FRANK RUSSELL          DARYLL GUNTER                  EDD SADLER              JACK BROWN            PATRICIA PATTERSON
           District 1              District 2                    District 3              District 4               District 5
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                                 TAYLOR COUNTY
                         BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
        ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk            WAYNE D. (BUDDY) HUMPHRIES, County Administrator         CONRAD C. BISHOP, JR. County Attorney
        P.O. Box 620, Perry, FL 32348         201 E. Green Street, Perry, FL 32347                  P.O. Box 167, Perry, FL 32348
        (850) 838-3506 Phone                  (850) 838-3500, extension 6 Phone                      (850) 584-6113 Phone
        (850) 838-3549 Fax                    (850) 838-3501 Fax                                    (850) 584-2433 Fax

                                          APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT

        PERMIT TYPE: MUDD-BOGGING                                                          DATE:      2~4.
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                   Print Name                                                    Signature
SEC T W P RGE SUBD  BLK   LOT            LEGAL:   LEG       43.78 ACRES
31    05   08 08688 000                           THAT PART O F E 1/2 O F SE 1/4 'S
                                                  OF GRADED RD C SW 1/4 O F SE 1/4 E
NAME:GUNTER POLLY S                               O F HWY 361 LESS 7 AC IN SW COR AS
-ADD : -        - - -"                            DESC IN OR 228-717
ADD :I833 KELLY G R A D E                         OR 219-511
ADD :                                             LESS 1 AC IN OR 284-350
CSZ :PERRY                    FL 32348            LESS 2 AC IN O R 287-254
TD : CO       EXEMPTION : 0 0           EX-AMT :
DOR : 5 6 0 0                                911 ADD - 1811 KELLY GRADE
VAL-LAND      :     $43,780       TAX AMT :         $457.713 KELLY GRADE
AGR-VAL             $14,532
EX- FEAT             $1,310          LAND        UNIT-PRICE      LAND UNITS   APPRAISED
BUILDING      :     $46,416     9910       -       $3,000.00           3.00      $9,000
TOTAL-ASMT:         $62,258     5600       -         $231.00          22.78      $5,262
2006 A 1 0 VALUE:       $52,824 5950       -          $15.00          18.00        $270
                                9900       -       $1,000.00          43.78     $43,780
                                             2004 ASSESSMENT:     $27,090
                                             2005 ASSESSMENT:     $51,286
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July 5,2006

Alec Gunter
1081 T.A. Gunter Rd.
Perry, F1 32348
850-584-4074

Dear Mr. Gunter:

I have received your tentative dates for Mud Bogging Events for the year of 2007. These
dates are Saturday Feb. 10,2007, Saturday May 5,2007, and Sunday October 28,2007.
Bamng any unforeseen countywide emergencies, the Taylor County Sheriff Office will
provide off duty Officers as security for these events.

Please notify Captain R. Johnson or Captain A. Towles as soon as you've secured your
required county permitls.



Sincerely,




L.E. "Bummy" Williams, Sheriff
       July 24,2006

       Taylor County Board of County Commissioners
       P.O. Box 620
       Perry, F132347

       Dear Taylor County Board of County Commissioners,

       T h s letter is to venfy that DMH-EMS d provide ALS ambulance coverage to Mr. Alec
       Gunter for the mud bog events scheduled on 02/10/07,05/05/07 and 10/28/07. This unit
       will be ready available at the event site during the entire length of the event. If you have
       any further questions or need any assistance please contact my office at (850) 584-8725.




       Sincerely,   n


       Director Emergency Medcal Services
       Doctors' Memorial Hospital




407 East Ash Street Post Oftice Box 1847 Perry, Florida 32347 (850) 584-0800 Fax (850) 584-2524
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September 7,2006



Taylor County Building & Plmling


Attn.: Dan.ny@her

Mr. Griner, t h i s letter is to ccrtify that we provide trash collection sl::.lice for Troy A.
Gunter DBA Perry Mudbog LLC.

If you have any q,uestionsor concerns, please: feel free to contact mc:at (352)463-6200.


Thank You,
Nancy Otte




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                                                                                               8470 N 1 6Mh LN
                                                                                        Fanning Springs, FL 92693

                                                                                             352-463-6200Phone
                                                                                               352-4634102 Fax
Agriculture - Rural

Mixed Use - Rural Residential

Mixed Use - Urban Development




Parcel Boundaries

State/ US Highway
                    MADISON    FARM
                          COUNTY   BUREAU
                 503 West Base Street   Madison, FL 32340   Phone: (850)973-4071




.   July 2 1,2006

    To Whom It May Concern

    Re: Perry Mud Bogg, LLC

       For many years I have been insuring these events for the Gunters. I talked with Alec
    yesterday and learned that they plan to have events in 2007 on February lom,May 5m,
    and October 28m.We will continue to handle these events, just as we have in the past.

      If anyone has questions, or more information is needed, I can be reached at 850-973-
    407 1.

    Sincerely,
MURRAY'S SEPTIC & HAULING
P.O. BOX 1328
Perry, Florida 32348
850-672-0 103




August 09,2006


Mr. Alec Gunter
Perry Mud Bog Assoc
Kelly Grade
Perry, Florida 32348



To whom it may concern;

 This is to notify any interested parties that we will be providing sanitation services in the form of portable
,toilets for the Perry mud bog assoc during the upcoming October 2006 event and the other events
 scheduled for February I0 2007, Mays, 2007 and October 28 2007. If you have any questions please feel
 fi-ee to call

Sincerely,


F .W .Murray
                           RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT


I    @&        ,&h-&my.*           g&.-/djMJk, wner of the property described as follows:
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Section:              Township:             Range:           Parcel#:                              -

Agree to hold harmless and indemnify Taylor County and the Sheriff, as well as the Board of County
Commissioners, all County employees, agents, appointees, and designees from any akd all manner action
or actions, cause and causes ofaction, suits, damages, judgments, and claims of
which may result from or be in any way connected or related to the event on the
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       This right of ingress and hold harmless must be signed by the owner(s) of the property and by
signing same I warrant ownership of said property.

DATED this        q
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       I HEREBY CERTIFY that on this day before me, an officer duly qualified to take
acknowledgement, personally appeared f u ~ Cowrib +Am CUMTY/L, known the person
                                              y                         to me
described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledge before me that helshe executed
the same.

      WITNESS my hand and official seal in the County of and State last aforesaid this
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dayof   SEp-i-GrnbZa              ,200G .




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                                                                        My Commission Expires:
                                                                                          T. Whiddon
                                                                                   Commission # DD304457
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SUBJECTJTITLE: I Public Hearing for John Knight Bog Special Event
MEETING DATE REOUESTED:            October 17.2006

Statement of Issue Public hearing to consider approval of permit for Pudding Creek Mud Bog
      eveiitoriO~tob~r29,2006.

Recommended Action Hold public hearing

Fiscal Impact                 Substantial

Submitted By:                 John Knight   Contact: 37 1-2525


                         SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:      John Knight, representing the Pudding Creek Mud Bog, submitted
       an application to the Planning Department to hold a Mud Bog event on October 29,2006.
       The applicant expects the event to have attendance in excess of 1,000. Section 10-65 of
       the Code of Ordinances requires that permits for special events with attendance in excess
       of 1,000 must be approved at a public hearing. During the September 19,2006 County
       Commission meeting, the Board approved the holding of a public hearing on October 17,
       2006. The application has been reviewed by staff and contains the following items:

               Physical location and legal description.
               Waiver from property owners within 660-feet.
               Hours of events from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
               Estimated attendance.
               Security statement from the Bid Star Security Service.
               Ambulance/medical statement from Doctor's Memorial Hospital.
               Map of property.
               Hold harmless & entry consent form.
               Waste hauler statement.
               Insurance statement.
               Sanitary waste statement.

Options:                             1.     Approve permits for events.
                                     2.     Deny permit for events.

Attachments:                         Copy of application and associated documents.
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                     MALCOLM PAGE     DARYLL GUNTER                     CLAY BETHEA           JACK BROWN               PATRICIA PATTERSON
                       District 1         District 2                       District 3           District 4                  District 5




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            LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR LEASED PROPERTY

THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER, AND THE
SOUTH ONE HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER, AND THE NORTH ONE HALF OF
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 8 EAST,
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA. CONTAINING 50 ACRES MORE OR LESS.
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    10/05/2006 03:43        8505131204                      BIG STAR SECURITY                PAGE   02




            Thank youfor selecting Big S t a t Security Services, Inc We
            appreciate your Business ...
             -Confirnationfor Security Services at the Pageant Road
                                                 Mud-Bog
            Big Star Security Services?IHC.
I           1325 E. Makan Drive
            Talhhnrsee, FIorida 32308
            Phone: 850-513-1203
I           F a : 850-513-1204



I           Date: October 5,2004


            NOTICE:

            P&
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            Tcrylor Counw Building Perm&
            Periy,Florida
                                                       Fax: 85M38-3501          I




            This i s to confirm servicesfor John Knighflugeant Mnd Bog on October 29,2006,
           from 8:Ma.m to 4O p  : Om


            (10) Unarmed Security Oflcers Requested
            Ewnt: MurCECog
            Contact Peman: John Knight




            (Contract Sales Manxtger)
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                                       aramedic/Assistmt Director
              Ambulance coverage
                                                                       -
                                      ital EMS will provide ambulance
                    e for the Mud Bog on October the 29", 2006. If you have
                    stions, please feel free to call me.




                                         c Assistant Director




              Post Offlce Box 1847 Perry, Florida 3237 (850) 584-0800 Fax (850)584-2524
                        RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT


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                 , owner of the property
Address:




Commissioners, all County employees, agents, appointees, and designees from any and all manner action
or actions, cause and causes of action, suits, damages, judgments, and claims of any ki d hat o very
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DATED this        fB-         day of




                                                                         OWNERS NAME

       I HEREBY CERTIFY that on this day before me, an officer duly qualified to take
acknowledgement, personally appeared                                   ,to me known the person
described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledge before me that helshe executed
the same.

                                                  County of and State last aforesaid this         8"
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                                                      Agenda Item



Statement of Issue All 91 1 calls made in Steinhatchee are routed to the Dixie County 9 11
      center by Bell South because there is no meet point between Bell South and GT Com .We
      have AK Associates checking on prices for a T1 to be placed in Dixie County and the
      calls be routed to Perry. We also have prices for the calls to be routed fiom Bell South to
      Embarq and then to GT Corn. This will allow the Steinhatchee calls to come into Taylor
      County and be answered by they Taylor County public safety answering point.


Recommended Action Decide if Taylor County wants to wait on the final pricing fiom AK
     Associates or go ahead with the routing through Embarq.



Fiscal Impact          If we proceed with the routing from Bell South to Embarq to GT Com it
        will be approximately $8,490.00 startup cost with montly recurring cost of $1,250.00.


Submitted By:         Rena' Courtney        Contact: Taylor County 91 1


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:

Options:

Attachments:
Taylor County Steinhatchee E911 Option


           ITEM                  Non Recurring   Monthly Recurring
                                     Cost              Cost


GT Com Trunks         1 tk            $485.50
                      2 tk            $230.50

Embarq                1 tk            $345.00
                      2 tk            $174.00

Bell South AN1 8 SR                 $2,195.00
                      BS-SDI .      $2,860.00

Wireline Total                      $6,290.00

Wireless                            $2,200.00

Total                               $8,490.00
TAYLOR COUMW E911
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                       BellSouth Business Markets



                            Table of Contents

Section I         Tariff Provisions

Section I1        System Charges

Section I11       Description of System

Section I V       Billing Procedures

Section V         Provision of Service

Section V I       Geographic Area Description

Section V I I     System Features

Section V I I I   Special Requirements

Section I X       Access t o User Facilities

Section X         Unauthorized use of System

Section X I       Liability and Indemnity

Section XI1       Cancellation

Section XI11      Effective Date

Exhibit A         Forecasted System Pricing

Exhibit B         Primary 1& Secondary PSAP Locations

Exhibit C         Primary PSAP Equipment

Exhibit D         System Features 8a Descriptions

Exhibit E         Liability and Indemnity
                                    Letter of Intent

                       Enhanced 911 Svstem Arranqement
Please accept this letter as our request for BellSouth Business Markets to implement the
Enhanced 911 Emergency Service System (Enhanced 911 System) in Taylor County,
Florida. This order, which authorizes you to proceed with the following thirteen sections and
five exhibits:

                                        Section I
                                    Tariff Provisions
The County understands that Enhanced 911 services and facilities are provided, subject to,
and controlled by the provision of the lawfully filed tariffs of BellSouth Business Markets
including any changes therein as may be made from time to time.

                                      Section I1
                                    System Charges
System charges are based on the number of main station telephones i n service. Refer t o
revised Exhibit A for a statement of forecasted charges. Actual charges will be determined
by the tariffs in effect on date of service. No charge shall be made for any service or
equipment not ordered by the County.

                                    Section I11
                                Description of System

The Enhanced 911 System provides use of the exchange network a t no charge to the caller.
I t further provides facilities within the network between local central offices and the Public
Safety Answering Points, (PSAP), and the ability to transfer calls from a primary PSAP to
proper secondary agencies. The Enhanced 9 1 1 System covered hereby is more explicitly
explained in Exhibits C and D. The preliminary list of primary and secondary PSAPs is
contained in Exhibit B.


                                        Section I V
                                   Billing Procedures

I t is understood and agreed that billing to the County will begin at the time the system is
operational and turned over to the County. These billing procedures shall be set forth in
BellSouth Business System's applicable tariffs.



                                       Section V
                                  Provision of Service

Selection of the appropriate service to the County will be made mutually by BellSouth
Business Markets, and Taylor County. Selection will be based on a thorough analysis of the
County's needs at each public safety location and on the availability of facilities in each
area. A service date shall be established no later than 24 months after receipt o f an
acceptable database, which will be provided by the County.
                                  Section VI
                          Geographical Area Description
The primary PSAP is listed in Exhibit 6. The County shall furnish to BellSouth Business
Markets and a definition of the specific geographic areas covered by each primary and
secondary agency. Such definition shall be in terms of street names, street types,
directionals, street addresses and number ranges (where applicable), or in such other
manner as may be mutually acceptable by the County, and BellSouth Business Markets.

The definition of each geographical area and the ongoing maintenance of such information
shall be the sole responsibility of the County. The County further agrees to furnish to
BellSouth Business Markets i n a timely manner, any such updated geographical information.
It is understood that the time required by BellSouth Business Markets to update the
database will depend on the nature and extent of such changes. BellSouth Business
Markets will require a minimum interval of time i n which to input into the database major
changes such as realignment of PSAP boundaries, street name changes, new street
additions, and annexations.

The County further understands that in order to properly route calls from subscribers in
some rural areas of the County, it will be necessary for the County to provide unique street
addresses, (including house numbers), for specific real estate parcels in these areas. Street
addresses will be required for streets or thoroughfares which cross multiple jurisdictional
boundaries and at present use only rural route and box number as an address. These street
addresses would be for the Enhanced 911 System purposes only and will not affect current
mailing addresses.


                                     Sectio.nV I I
                                   System Features


The features of the Enhanced 911 System to be provided to the County shall include those
features generally described in Section A24 of BellSouth Business System's General
Subscriber Tariff and as listed in Exhibit D.




                                    Section V I I I
                                Special Requirements

The County specifically and expressly agrees as follows:

       That at. least one PSAP will be provided and staffed on a 24 hour, seven (7) days per
       week basis.

       That the County accepts responsibility for dispatching, or having others dispatch
       police, fire, ambulance, or other emergency services as required, to the extent as
       such services are reasonably available.
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        That the County will develop an appropriate method for responding t o calls for non-
        participating agencies which may be directed to the 911 PSAP by calling parties.

        That the County will subscribe to, or provide, telephone equipment with a capacity
        adequate to handle the number of incoming 911 lines recommended by BellSouth
        Business Markets to be installed. 'That a t least one law enforcement agency will be
        included among the participating agencies in this system.

        That the 911 number shall not replace the telephone service of the various public
        safety agencies, which may participate in the use of this number. The County shall
        subscribe to additional local exchange service, if none exists, at the PSAPs for
        administrative purposes for placing of outgoing calls and for receiving other
        emergency calls, including any which may be relayed by BellSouth Business Markets
        operators.

                                            Section I X
                                      Access to user Facilities

BellSouth Business Markets shall be provided access by the County, and all public safety
agencies, t o their premises where the equipment and facilities are located. This access shall
be for the purpose of installation, inspection, testing, repairing, or removing the equipment
and facilities used in furnishing the Enhanced 911 System.

                                          Section X
                                Unauthorized use of the System

 I t is understood and agreed that AN1 and ALI information pertaining to incoming Enhanced
 911 System calls is to be used solely for the purposes of answering, handlingi and
 responding to emergency calls in a manner consistent with the nature of the emergency.


                                             Section XI.
                                      Liability and Indemnity

The respective liability for BellSouth Business Markets t o third parties or the County and any
indemnity obligations in connection therewith shall be limited to that stated in BellSouth
Business System's applicable tariffs. See Exhibit E for provisions of BellSouth Business
System's tariff.


                                               Section XI1
                                               Cancellation

The County understands that if this request, or any subsequent request by the County for
service or equipment is canceled in whole or in part, for anv reason, ~ r i o r , c o m ~ l e t i o n
                                                                               to                   of
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incurred in handlinq the r e ~ u e sbefore notice of cancellation is received. Such charges,
however, shall not exceed all charges which would apply if the work involved i n complying
with the request had been completed. Section XI1 shall not apply to any cancellation made
within thirty (30) calendar days of the effective date of this letter.
                                         Section XI11
                                         Effective Date



This Letter of Intent shall be effective when accepted in writing by BellSouth Business
Markets.


ATTEST:                                    TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
                                           COUNTY BOARD OF
                                           COUNTY COMISSIONERS

                                           By :
Deputy Clerk                                   Chairman



The above Letter of Intent is hereby accepted by BellSouth Business Markets, this

          Day of                         , 2006.

BELLSOUTH BUSINESS MARKETS

BY:                A-          - ----

Title:
                                           Exhibit A

                                  County Enhanced 911
                                Forecasted System Pricing


Projected main stations for County A/O,

  SERVICES PROVIED BY
  BELLSOUTH BUSINESS MARKETS                   INSTALLATION     MONTHLY



      Tier IPricing (per 1,000 access lines)
      Combined Automatic Number, Location
      Identification. And Selective Routinq
      in Taylor County for approximately
      1,200 BellSouth customers served
      from the Cross City wire center in
      Steinhatchee, Florida (352 498)


      ALI Database Upgrade for Wireless
      Phase 2, per PSAP
      (at a later date to be determined)

      BellSouth Standard Data Interface
      Database Transport Feature-
      Provides updates to E911 Database
      Information (changes, adds, moves)
      Per each system                          $2,860.00
      Contract Preparation Charge              $ 223.00

      ALI circuits, 9.6kbps full duplex
      4-wire private line
      (these would require Taylor County
      to purchase (2) Verilink 4911 modems
      from the vendor of their choice)         $    0.00




      NOTE:

      The quoted rates and charges are for BellSouth services ONLY. BellSouth
      w i l l provide 911 service using a meet point arrangement with Embasq and
      GTCom. GTCom w i l l provide the physical connection t o the PSAP in Perry.
      The above rates do not include any other providers' services that may be
      needed t o complete the E 9 1 1 connection t o the BSAB.
                                      Exhibit BI

                                 County Enhanced 911

                         Primary and Secondary PSAP Locations



Primary PSAP Locations

      589 Hwy 27 E
      Perry, Florida 32348
                                Exhibit C

                          County Enhanced 911

                         Primary PSAP Equipment


Primary PSAP Equipment


      CPE
                                             Exhibit D

                                    County Enhanced 911

                                        System Features
Selective Routinq A feature that routes a call from a central office to a designated
primary PSAP based upon the identified number of the calling party.

 )
p A feature by which the calling party's
telephone number is forwarded to the E911 Control Office and to the PSAP's Display Unit.

Automatic Location Identification (ALII A feature by which the name and address
associated with the calling party's telephone number, is forwarded to the PSAP for display.
Multiple access lines with the same ALI will be identified with the address associated with
the main AN1 number. No ALI data is provided when a call is received via default routing.

Alternate Routinq A feature provided to allow E911 calls to be routed t o a designated
alternate location i f (1) all E911 exchange lines to the primary PSAP are busy. This is a
standard feature of E911 service.

Data Manaqement Svstem A system of manual procedures and computer programs used
to create, store, and update the data required to provide the Selective Routing and
Automatic Location Identification features.

Default Routinq A feature activated when an incoming E911 call cannot be selectively
routed due t o AN1 failure, garbled digits or other causes. Such incoming calls are routed
from the E911 Control Office to a default PSAP. Each incoming E911 facility group to the
Control Office is assigned to a designated default PSAP. This is a standard feature of E911
service. Four-party or Rural Service will always be default routed. No ANI/ALI data is
provided when a call is sent to Default Routing.

Intelliqent Disolav Module A combined ANI/ALI display unit located at each PSAP
attendants position for displaying the telephone number and the address of the 911 Caller.
This (display unit) is also used to activate fixed transfer functions.

Enhanced 9 1 1 Control Office The office providing tandem switching capability for 911
calls. I t controls switching of AN1 information to the PSAP and also provides the selective
routing feature, standard speed calling features, call transfer capability, and certain
maintenance functions for each PSAP.

Enhanced 9 1 1 Service Area The geographic area in which County will respond to all 911
calls and dispatch appropriate emergency assistance.

Fixed Transfer The feature which enables a PSAP attendant to transfer incoming E911
calls to secondary PSAPs by use of a single button on the Display Unit.
Forced Disconnect A standard feature of the €911 which enables the ?SAP attendant              10
to release a connection even though the calling party has not hung up. The feature
prevents the jamming of the E911 exchange lines.

Manual Transfer A standard feature of E911 which enables the PSAP attendant to transfer
an incoming call by dialing a two (2) digit Speed Call Code or a seven (7) digit number.



                                           Exhibit E

                                  County Enhanced 911
                                 Liability and Indemnity

When the use of service or facilities furnished by the company is interrupted due to any
cause other thanthe negligence or willful act of the subscriber or the failure o f the facilities
provided by the subscriber, a pro rata adjustment of the fixed monthly charges involved will
be allowed as covered by Section A2 of the Tariff. Where allowances on monthly charges
for Service Features of €911 Service are involved, only those Service Features which are
affected by the interrupted portion of a service shall be considered in determining the
number of main stations affected.

This service is offered solely as an aid in handling assistance calls in connection with fire,
police, and other emergencies and does not create any relationship or obligation, direct or
indirect, to any person other than the customer contracting for 911 services. In the event
of any interruption of the service, the Company shall not be liable to any person,
corporation, or other entity for any loss or damage in an amount greater than an amount
equal to the pro rata allowance of the tariff rate for the service or facilities provided to the
customer for the time such interruption continues, after notice to the Company. No
allowance shall be made if the interruption is due to the negligence or willful act of the
customer of the service.

Further, each customer agrees to release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless the
company from any and all loss, claims, demands, suits, and other action, or any liability
whatsoever, whether suffered, made, instituted or asserted by the customer or by any other
party or person, for any personal injury to or death of any person or persons, o r for any
loss, damage, or destruction of any property, whether owned by the customer o r others, or
for any infringement or invasion of the right of privacy of any person or persons, caused or
claimed to have been caused, directly or indirectly by the installation, operation, failure to
operate, maintenance, removal, presence, condition, location or use of 911 service features
and the equipment associated therewith, including but not limited to the identification of the
telephone number, address, or name associated with the telephone used by the party or
parties accessing 911 services hereunder, and which arise out of the negligence or other
wrongful act of the Company, the customer, it's user agencies or municipalities o r
employees or agents or any one of them.
Statement of Issue    Board to select Airport Advisory Committee member.



Recommended Action: Appoint new member from three applications submitted.


Fiscal Impact: Not Applicable

Submitted By: Melody Cox:         Contact: Melody Cox


                     SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues: Airport Advisory Committee member Todd Baker recently
       resigned as he moved out of the area. We have three applicants who would like to
       be considered for the position. They are: Ronald Dalton, Don Asmus, and Ward
       Ketring. The term of this position expires in February 07.

Options: Not appoint an applicant and leave position open until February 07.

Attachments: Applications
                Oct. 9. 2006             2:29PM           SCOTT NOBLES                                                                                N0~4996 Ps 4
                                                                 TAYLOR COT.JNTYF L O A
                                                                     Pew-Foley Airport
                                                                    401 Industrial Park Drive
                                                                      Peny, Florida 32348

                                                  AIRPORT ADVISORY C O w T 1 E E APlPLICA'MON
             Thank you for applying to filZ an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your iaformation will remain
             wnfidentiaf* and will be used in the committee membership selection p a s 4 PI-     complete the fol1.0wing
                          and return it t the Perry-FoleyAirport blamger on o prior to the advdslad close date.
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             DESCIUf3E YOUR l%PlXSNCE ASSOCMTED WlTH AMATION, AIRPORT OPERATEONS, OR OTHlX ACT1VKES
             THAT MAY LEND T O PROMOTiNG PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICENOW ANQ IN THE FUTURJ3, -




             HAVE YOU EVER SERVED ON                        PERRY-FOLEY ADVISORY C O m B E l k'8 ,IF YES,PROMMIXI                                                              ,,
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             BREIXY DESCRIBE:YOUR fWR3MAS TO THE FUNCTION OF 'CHE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMIl'TEE                                                                      . .,   ,
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             PARTICIPATE XN A C W m RWOLViNG FAA,FIX)T, COUNTY GOWlWMENT AND PRIVATE m S E S , AND
             TIYE ADWORT MANAGER BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOWR EXPERIENCES WOULD ASSIST IN jMA.KWG DECISIONS AND
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             MAY BE ASI[IC;EDTO PROWE ADDITIONAL DWOIUtf.4RON SUCH AS IB R N
                                                                      ?TE m           RESIDENCE V&$ICATZ;ON
             AS PART OF THE IMTRRVEW PROCESS. APPLICATIQNS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN INDEFINITE PERIOD,


             * Please note: Due to State laws regulating public informatbn, fhis form and other twmmunim~rts,
                                                                                                            including eleEtronic,
             may be didowti as a public; W i a data wme upon valid request.
  Oct. 9 . 2006     2:29PM       SCOTTNOBLES                                               No.4996      P. 3

                                         TAYLOR COUNTY lV.,OWA
                                             Perry-Foley Ahport
                                           401 Industrial Park Drive
                                             Perry, Florida 32348

                             AIRPORT A.IFVISO]IQY
                                                COM.MITTEE APPLICATION

Thank you for applying to fill an Airport Advisory Committee vacancy. Your informatian will remain
confidential* and will be used in the committee membership selection process. Please complete the following
questionnaire and retuna it to the Perry-Foky Airport M n g r on ox prior to the advertised close date.
                                                       aae
NAME: -Don    Asmus-                                                                 DATE: -February 9,2006

ADDRESS: 806 Southwood Jkive Perry, FL 32348

TELEPHONE: 584-1524 (W) ALTERNATE TELEPHONE 584-2384 (H) FAX: 584-1702 E-MAIL dasmu9@,gtcom.net (H)
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PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT Buckeye T e c h u a l ~ g i e s ~                                           HOW LONG?29 Y a s
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POSTION: Corporate Reliability MAmger                                                           HOW LONG? 1 % Years
ARE YOU A RESDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY? Yes,                         DO YOU W E A CURENT PLOT LICENSE?Yes
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DESCRIBE YOUR E;rLPERJENCE ASSOCIATED WITH AVIATION, AIRPORT OPERATICONS, OR O m R A C m E S
THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY W O R T ' S PUBLIC SERVICENOW AND IN THE l?WWJE.
I have been an active pilot at the Pew-Airport for approximate 20 years, during the majority of this time I have
kept an. aircra4t at the Perry Airport. I have been a member of the Civil Air Patrol in Perry for approximately 7
ye=. I have also served on the airport advisory committee for over 10 years and been involved in the
development of two Ajrport Master Plans. This experience has provickd me with a depth of knowledge about
the FAA, FDOT, County Government, and the rules and regulations associated with flying.
RAVE YOU ]EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-FOJXY ADVISORY COMMITTEE? Yes, X YES.FROM 1993 TO PRESENT
                                                                   F
BRIEFLY D E S C m E YOUR OPINION AS TO THJ3 FUNCTION UP TUB AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Airport Advisory Committee function is to meet monthly to provide advise to the Airport Manager, County
Director, County Commissioners on the airport operations, FFA niles and regulations. Aho at t m s participate
                                                                                             ie
in meetings or events involving the County personnel, FAA, FDOT 01prospective business owners on vzriok
topics ox issues con--     the ahport.
AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER, YOU WOULD BE EXPECED TO ATJXND MObTTlKY MEETINGS,
PARTICIPATE IN A C m S INVOLVING FAA, FDOT,COUNTY G
                                                  O
                                                  -         AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES,AND
THE AIRPORT MANAGER BRIEFLY STATE HOW YOUR EXPERENCES WOULD ASSIST IN MAXUETG DECISIONS AND
PROMOTE THJ3 AIRPORT WITH 'JXESE VARIOUS ENnEITES
I believe my experience on the previous commiWs and involvement in the airport operations provides the
present committees with unique opportunity to know what has happened intbe past and how it was handled. It i s
interesting, when I look back my on the years on the committee, the numbers of Airport Managers, County
Directors, Commissioners that have wme and gone. I can't think of anyone who h a been around all that time, a
couple have been close.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ESIEEST M THE PBRRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECURTm PURPOSES, YOU
MAY BE ASKED TO PROWlB ADDITIOPaAL WORMATION SUCH AS REFERENCES A m RESIDEEICE VARIFICATION
AS PART OF THE INTBRVIEW PROCESS.APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FEE FOR AN INDEFINITEPERIOD.

* Please note: Due to S W laws regulating public information,this form and other mmmunications, including electronic,
may be disclosed as a public media data source upon valid request.
       Oct    9 . 2006 2:28PM         SCOTT NOBLES
                                               TAYLOR COIJNTY FLORIDA
                                                    Perry-Foley Ar o t
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                                                 40 1hdustriai. Park Drive
                                                   Peny, Florida 32348



    Thank you for applying t fill an Aixport Advisory Committee vwmcy, YO& i?lform&on will remain
                            o
    confi~ti.aJ.+ will be used in the committee membership ~lection
                and                                                  process. Please complete the following
                                                ort Manager on or prior to the advatl'sd close date.




    POSTION;                                                                                            .HOW LONG? h %
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    ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY?                               Do YCW HAVE A CURRENT PILOT LICENSE? l/p
    D E s c m E YOUR EXPE-CE ASSOCLATED     A V I A T I ~-T
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    THAT MAY LEND TO PROMOTING PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT'S PUBLIC SERVICE NQW AND I THE FUTURE.
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    HAVE YOU EVER SERVED ON THE PERRY-TOLBY ADVISORY C -
                                                      O?                                   IF Yes, FROM    I 991 TO I 4 9
                                                                                                                        4
1   BlXllTLY DBSCRTBE YOUR 0nON AS TO THIjE'UNCTION OF THE AttrPORT AaMSORY C O W T T E E
                                                       . .
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    AS AN AIRPORT ADVISORY ( 3
                           3-           MEMBER,YOU WOULD BE EXPECTEDC TO A   m M0NTEIL.Y ~ v E E ~ O S ,
    PARTICIPATE I ACWIllES INVOLVING FAA, mX,Tb
                N                                COUNTY            AND PRIVATEENTE.RPRtSB, AND
                                                                   -
    TEE AIRPORT MANAGER BRIEFLY STATE: HOW YOUR EXFERTENCES WOULD ASSET IN MAKJNG DXISIONS AND
    PROMOTE THE AlRPORT WIl'kI 'IHlBE VARIOUS JWTEKM




                                   N
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEWBT I THE PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT OEPATIONS. FOR SECUTZITY BUBPOSES, YOU
    MAY BE ASKED TO PROVJ.DEAW O R M A ~ O N         SUCH AS REFERENCES AND RESIJXWCE VARD?ICATION
    AS PART OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. APPLXCATTCMS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE FOR AN II4DEmf;rITEPERICZl.


    *Please note: Due to State laws rqjulatlng public information, this fonn and other communications, including electronic,
    may be disclosed as a puMi media dab source upon valid request
              1 Board Acceptance of Graded Road Standard.
- SUBJECTITITLE:
MEETING DATE REQUESTED:        I October 17,2006
Statement of Issue Board to review for acceptance the graded road standard, as referenced in
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      LDC amendment 06-41                                                                   ~      -




Recommended Action Endorse figure 6.01.03-E-4 for purposes of inclusion in proposed
     amendment LCD 06-4
                                                                        I
Fiscal Impact        N/A

Submitted By:        Danny Griner Contact: 838-3500


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS


History, Facts & Issues: 'Figure 6.01.03-E-4, the graded road- standard, is referenced in
       proposed Land Development Code amendment 06-4. The figure was prepared by the
       Engineering Department, and endorsed by the Technical Review Committee. The
       Planning Board tabled the amendment during the public hearing held before them on
       September 7, 2006. Their decision to table the amendment was based partially on the
       premise that the County Commission had not accepted the graded road standard figure.
       Amendment LDC 06-4 will be readdressed at a public hearing before the Planning Board
       at the November 2ndmeeting. So that the Planning Board may render a decision without
      further delay, staff is requesting the County Commission endorse the attached standard.


Options:                     1.            Accept the standard as drawn.
                             2.            Accept the standard with revisions.
                             3.            Choose not to amend the Land Development Code.


Attachments:                 Graded road standard.
I MEETING DATE REQUESTED: I October 17,2006
Statement of Issue:   Board to review Cemetery Mowing Contract

Recommended Action: Request that Board review Cemetery Mowing Contract and offer
                    any recommended changes.

Fiscal Impact:

Submitted By: Andy McLeod                       Contact: Andy McLeod


                   SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL / ISSUE ANALYSIS

History, Facts & Issues:   Current Cemetery Mowing Contract expired September 30,
                           2006. Current contractor choose not to extend contract for an
                           additional year.

Options:

Attachments: Copy of Cemetery Mowing Bid Specifications with recommended changes
             made by the Public Works Director, Andy McLeod.
                                     CEMETlERY MOWING




 SCOPE OF WORK: The contractor shall perform everything required to be performed and
                           U
 shall provide and furnish a the labor, necessary tools, (Contractor shall use plastic string on all
 weed eaters), expendable equipment and all utility and transportation services required to perform
 and complete in a workmanlike m n e ,all the work r e q u i d in co~ection mowing, w e
                                  anr                                          with             ed
 eating, and removing debris, fiom all cemeteries to be l i d .

1. MOWING: Mow all areas withii the cemetery boundaries (note exceptions below), around
every gravestone, headstone, tne, shrubbery, bench, and other permanent or temporary structures
withii cemeteries. Mowing should be performed in the same manner as regular lawn mowing
without cutting too short as to kill the grass or leave scalped areas. Grass clippings will be evenly
distributed so as not to leave clumps, rows, or swirls.

2. WEED EATING: Weed eating shall be performed around all grave stones, headstones,
fences, trees, shrubbery, and any other protrusions where grass grows. Weed e t to the same
                                                                              a
level as the mowed grass. Weed eat mund gravesbones to the extent as to keep grass f b m going
onto or over the stones. Grass clippings and any grass growing onto or over gravestones will be
removed. Plastic string will be used on all weed eaten.

3. DEBRIS REMOVAL: The Contractor will pick up and remove to a proper disposal site all
paper, tree limbs, loose or blown real or artificial flowers and decorations, along with any other
litter prim to mowing. Cemeteries will be left witfi a clean and neat appearance. Contractor will
be given a chance to negotiate costs for removal of dead and downed trees.

CEMETERIES The fbllowing cemeteries are to be mowed, weed eaten, and cleaned of debris
and trash: Andrew Cemetery, Blue Cemetery, CarRon Cemetery, Forest ComeU Cemetery,
h                                                               ,
                                                        Historical Steinhatchee Cemetery
(also known as Stephens Cemetery), Lake Bird Cemetery, Mt. Gilead Cemetery, New Hope
Cemetery, Pisgah Cemetery, Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Poor Spot Cemetery, Salem Cemetery,
Sand Hill Cemetery, Sealy Cemetery, Shiioh Cemetery, Spring Hill Cemetery, Spring Warrior
Cemetery, Stanaland Cemetery (also known as Stanley Cemetery), Steinhatchee Waters
                                                           od
Memorial Cemetery (also known as Wtr Edge Cernetery), W o Yard Cemetery.
                                   aes
1. Also mow parking and walk-thru areas outside the foliowing cemeteries: Pisgah Cemetery,
Forest Come11 Cemetery, New Hope Cemetery, Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Sand Hill Cemetery,
Sealy Cemetery, Steinhatchee Waters Memorial Cemetery (Waters Edge Cemetery), Historical
Steinhatchee Cemetery (Stephens Cemetery), Carlton CemeteFy, Poor Spot Cemetery, Salem
Cemetery, and Wood Yard Cemetery.
                                  CEMETERY MOWING
                             BID SPECIFICATIONS (oontinued)




CONTRACl' TERM AND CYCLES: The contract will commence on                        and end
. The Board has the odion to extend this aereement for more than one ( 11vear. Mowing. weed




payments.
PRESERVATIONOF PROPERTY: 'We Contractor shall p m e fiom damage, all property
associated with, or which is in the vicinity of, or i in any way afkted by the work. This applies
                                                     s
to public and private property and/or utilities. Any damage occurring to such properties shall be
immediately repaid a the expense of the Contractor.
                       t

INSURANCE: The Contmctm shall maintain general Liability insurance of at least
$1,000,000.00, holding tbe County W e s s for the contractor's negligence and list the County as
additionally insured under the contractor's coverage. The Contractor must provide Workmen's
                             U
Compensation Insurance on a employees working.
                                   CONTRACT FOR
                                 CEMETERY MOWING
                               TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
This contract made the           day of                 ,200,    between TAYLOR COUNTY,
hereinafter called the         and                                                    ,whose
address is                                                               ,hereinafter called the
Contractor-

WITNESSET& that the County and Contractor for the consideration stated herein agrees as
follows:

SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall pmfbrn everything required to be performed and
shall provide and furnish all the labor, necessary tools, (Contractor shall use plastic string on dl
weed eaters), expendable equipment and all utility and transportation services required to perform
and complete in a workmanlike manner, all the work required in connection with mowing, weed
eating and removing debris, b i n all c e d e s to be listed.

1 MOWING.. Mow all areas within the cemetery boundaries (note exceptions below), mound
 .
every &ravestone, headstone, tree, shrubbery, bench, and other permanent or temporary structures
with in cemeteries. Mowing should be performed in the same manner as regular lawn mowing
without cutting too short as to kill the grass or leave scalped areas. Grass clippings will be evenly
distributed so as not t leave clumps, rows, or swirls and will not be left on tombstones.
                       o
2. WEED EATING: Weed eating shall be performed around all gravestones, headstones, fences,
trees,shrubbery, and m other protrusions where grass grows. Weed eat to the same level as the
                      y
mowed grass. Weed eat m u n d gravestones to the extent as to keep grass h m going onto or
over the stones. Grass clippings and any grass growing onto or over gravestones will be
removed. Plastic string will 0e wed on all weed eaters.

3. DEBRIS REMOVAL: The Contractor will pick up and remove to a proper disposal site all
paper, tree limbs, loose or blown real or artificial flowers and decorations, along with any other
litter prior to mowing. Cemeteries will be left with a clean and neat appearance. Costs for
removal of dead or downed trees will be negotiated.

CEMETEIURk The fblfowingcemeteries are to be mowed, weed eaten, and cleaned of debris
and trash: AnQews Cemetery,Blue C m t r ,Carltun Cemetery, Forest Come11 Cemetery,
                                    eeey
v ) ,                                                  Historical Steinhatchee Cemetery
                                                       t
(also known as Stephens Cemetezy), Lake B r Cemetery, M GiIead Cemetery, New Hope
                                         id
Cemetery, Pisgab Cemetery, Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Poor Spot Cemetery, Salem Cemetery,
Sand Hill Cemetery, Sea& Cemetery, Shiloh Cemetery, Spring Hill Cemetery, Spring Warrior
Cemetery, Stanaland Cemetery (dso known as Stanley Cemetery), Steinhatchee Waters
                                   aes
Memorial Cemetery (also known as Wtr Edge Ceme$ery), W o Yard Cemetery.
                                                          od

    1. Also mow parking and walk-ttVU amw outside the following cemeteries: Pisgah
       Cemetery, Forest Connell Cemetery, New Hope Cemetery, Pleasant Grove Cemetery,
       Sand Hill Cemetery, Sealy Cemetery, Steinhatchee Waters Memorial Cemetery (Waters
                         , i d
         mge m & e ~ ) H b !3teinhatchee Cemetery (Stephens Cemetery), Carlton
         Cemetery, Poor Spot k e t e r y , Salem Cemetery, and W o Yard Cemetery.
                                                                od




 CONTRACT PRICE: The County shall pay to the Contractor for the performance of this
 contract, subject to any additions or deductions provided therein, in current funds, the sum of
                - Payments are to be made to the Confsxtor in equal monthly installments after
 each mowing and &eedeating is completed and the work approved by the County Public Works
 Director. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ & t i o ~ ~ & b _ e ; t u _ & 1 i n ~ & - ~ o ~ ~

 CONTRACT TERM AND CYCLES: The contract will commence on                             and end




 ASSIGNMENTS: This contract shall not be sublet, transferred, assigned or otherwise conveyed
 by the Contractor without prior written approval of the County.

TERMINATION OF CONTRACT: The County nserves the right to terminate or suspend the
contract in whole or in part at any time the interest of the County requires such temnhation or
suspension. The County sball notify the Contnxbr i writing of such action wt instructions as
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to the effective date of termination or suspension or spec@ the stage of work at which the action
is to be taken. The Contractor will ;be paid &r all work ~ ~ r iperformed and any
                                                                           i y
masonable expenses that can be documented Payment fbr W d r performed will be based on bid
item prices which include or should Mve included profit and overhead.

If the County d e m e s that the p e r f i c e of the Contractor is not satisf8ctory, the County
shall have the option of: ( ) hmediatety terminatingthe contract, or (b) notifLing the Contractor
                            a
of the deficiency with a requirement that the deficiency be corrected within a specified time.
Failure to correct such deficiencies in the specified time wilt result in the Contractor being
declared in defflutt and the contmd may be &mnhated.

If the contract is terminated for cause before performance is completed, the Contractor shall be
paid for the work units satisfactorily accomplished and accepted, at the contract unit price.

DEFAULT OF CONTRACT: If the Contractor fils to begin the work under the contract
within the time hexdohrc specdkd, or MISto perform the work with sufEcieut workmen and
equipment or with sufficientmaterials to assure the prompt completion of the contract, or
performs the work unsuitably or neglects or refuses to remove materids to perform a new or
disoontiaues the p r o d o n of the work, or fails to resume work which has been discontinued
within a msonable time afk notice to do so,or lxcomes insolvent or is declared bankrupt, or
files for reorganization under the bankruptcy code, or commits any act of bankruptcy or
insolvency, either voluntarily for a period of ten (1Q) calendar days, or makes an assignment for
the benefit of creditors, or l i l s to comply with contract requhments, minimum wage payments
or EEO requirements,or fbr any reasonable cause becomes unsatishctory in the opinion of the
County, the County will give notice in writing to the Contractor or his surety of such delay,
neglect, or default.
 If the Contractor, within a period of Cen (10) calendar days aAer the notice described above, shall
 not proceed to correct the conditions of which complaint is made, the County shall have fuIl
 power or authorityJwithout violating the contracf to take the prosecution of the work out of the
 hands of the Contractor and t declare the contract in dehlt.
                              o

 PRESERVATION OF PROPERTY: The Contractor shall preserve from damage, al property        l
 associated with, or which is in the vicinity of, or is in any way affected by the work. This applies
 to public and private property andfor utilities. Any damage occuningto such properties shall be
 immediately repaired a the expense of the Contractor.
                        t

 HOLD HARMLESS AND INSURANCE: To the extent allowed by law, the Contractor shall
 indemnify, deknd and save and hold harmless, the CountyJall of its officers, agents or employees
 h m all suits, actions, claims, demands, liabitities of any nature whatsoever arising out of,
 because of, or due to breachof this agreement by the Contractor, its sub-consultantsyagents or
 employees or due to any negligent act or ocCurrence of omission or commission of the of the
 Contractor, its subcontmto~~,   agents, or employees. Neither Contractor nor any of its
 subcontractors will be liable under this section for damages arising out of injury or damage to
 persons or p p x l y d i d y caused or msulting h m the sole negligence of the County or any of
 its officers, agents or employees.

INSURANCE: The Contractor sball carry and keep in force during the period of this contract a
general liability insurance of at least $1,000,000.00, with a company or companies authorized to
do business in Florida, holding the County harmless for the Contractor's negligence and list the
County as additionally insured under the Contractor's coverage. The Contractor must provide
Workmen' Compensation Insuranw on all empioyees working.

PERMITS,RULES & REGULATIONS: It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to secure
all permits necessary to conduct the work in accordance with required regulations and to notify
all applicable utilities for padiesaf%ctd by his openttions. He shall further be responsible for all
fees associated with the @rmance ofthis contract. The Contractor agrees to abide by all
applicable State and Federal laws, rules and regulations including, but not limited to tbe Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation, Florida DeQattment of Natural Resources,
EnvironmentaI Prokclion Agency.

ACCESS TO RECORDS: The Contractor agrees to provide access to those records, books and
documents which p r a n to this project during the p j e c t period and for a three (3) year period
                 eti
thereafter.

VENUE: Taylor County, Florida, shall be the proper venue for any litigation involving this
contract.

COMPONENT PARTS OF THlS C O m m This contract consists of the following
component parts, all of which       as fi~Uy part of this contract as if herein set out verbatim or, if
                                           a
not attached, as if hereto attached.
         (a) The Advertisement for Bids
         Cb) Insbuctions to Bidders
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        (d) This Instrument
In the event that any provision in any ofthe above m p o n e n t parts of this contract conflicts with
any provisions in the component part first enumerated above shall govern over any other
component part which follows it numerically, except as may be otherwise specifically stated.

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL: The Contractor is to contact the following for any
correspondence or questions regarding this project Andy McLeod, County Public Works
Director, 587 E s US 27, Perry, Florida 32347; telephone number (850) 838-3529.
               at
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this instrument to be executed this
        day of                ,200-.


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISIOMRS
TAYLOR COUNTY,FLORIDA



BY:                                                        BY:
                                                                            CONTRACTOR
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ATTESTED:
                                 ANNIE MAE MURPHY, CLERK
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                                 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
        1                                         County C o ~ s w Agenda Item
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                 SUBJECT/TITLE: [ Interlocal Agreement For Fire Service
                 MEETING DATE REQUESTED:           1 10/07/06
        I        Statement of Issue    Review of Agreement
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        I        Recommended Action Continue with current ageement as wEb%;-
    I   1                                                                                                                 1
                 Fiscal Impact         mi2


                 Submitted By:         Buddy Hurnphries, County Administrator     Contact: 838-3500 X6


    ' 1                               SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL 1 ISSUE ANALYSIS
        i
                 History, Facts & Issues:      Current ageement was entered into between BOCC and COP (szi
                       February 22,2000. Myself, City Manager Bob Brown, County Fire Chief Steve Miller
                       and City Fire Chief Rodney Lytle have reviewed agreement and would all agree this is a
                       good agreement and should be reaffirmed. We have agreed to loan a set of extracation
                       equipment to the City and provide training to City firefighters so the County would not
                       get involved in coming into City limits for vehicle accidents or extracation. This would
                       lessen the runs that the County has to make and would provide additional time for county
                       fire protection. We have responded too 49 vehicles accidents in the City of Perry in the
                       last two years. This would be just for calendar year 04 and 05.

                 Options:                    Negotiate new agreement

                 Attachments:                Interlocal Agreemezt                                                         1
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                                                         CITY OF PERRY
                                   TAYLOR C O U I W BOARD    OF COOKIY COmISSIONERS
                                                   IKI-ERLOCAL AGREEHEKT
                                                    FOR FIRE SERVICES



             THIS AGREEnEKT, by and between the CITY OF PERRY, a municipal
             corporation organized and e x i s t i n g under the laws of the S t a t e of
             Florida, which municipality i s f u l l y located within the boundaries of
             Taylor County, Florida, h e r e i n a f t e r referred to as "CITY" and TAYLOR
        i    m,F l o r i d a , a p o l i t i c a l subdiv'ision of the S t a t e of Florida,
             h e r e i n a f t e r r e f e r r e d t o a s "COUNTY". '  '
                                                                      mi s intended t o include
        I    the County F i r e D i s t r i c t s located throughout Taylor County.

             XHEREAS, t h e p a r t i e s to t h i s Agreement provide f i r e protection s e r v i c e s
             within t h e i r respective t e r r i t o r i a l l i m i t s .
             WHEREAS, i t is t o the mutual advantage and b e c e f i t of t h e p a r t i e s t o
             t h i s Agreement t o render supplemental f i r e protection t o each other i n
             t h e event of a f i r e o r o t h e r emergency which i s , o r i s l i k e l y t o be, .
             beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment, and f a c i l i t i e s
             o f the agency having j u r i s d i c t i o n over the area in which the emergency
             occurs and which requires the s e r v i c e s of the o t h e r party t o c o n t r o l ;
    I
    I       MEREAS, Section 163.01, Florida Interlocal Cooperation Act of 1969,
            Florida Statutes. (1991) authorizes c i t i e s and counties t o e n t e r i n t o an
    I       Agreement to provide f o r the e f f i c i e n t use of resources;
                                               AUTOHATIC AID AGREEHEKT



i
            There a r e c e r t a i n geographic locations within the j u r i s d i c t i o n s of each
            party which a r e more appropriately o r e f f i c i e n t l y served by the o t h e r
            p a r t y , o r f o r which the a i d of the o t h e r party i s necessary i n order t o
I           provide adequate f i r e protection.
1           I t i s t h e i n t e n t i o n and purpose of the p a r t i e s to t h i s Agreement t o
              rovide automatic f i r e su pression a i d f o r s t r u c t u r e f i r e s and o t h e r
            f i r e emergencies in whic!           s t r u c t u r e s a r e p o t e n t i a l l y o r eminently
            threatened.
            I t a l s o i s the i n t e n t i o n of the City to provide automatic a i d t o t h e
            County within t h e approximate five-mile radius from the present City
            F i r e Department. The City a l s o agrees to provide mutual a i d upon
            request from t h e County t o those areas outside the approximate five-mile
            radius from the present City Fire Department.
        I
        I         Interlocal Agreement
                 Page 2
    I


    1                                                  NUTUAL A I D AGREEHEKT
                 I n t h e e v e n t of a f i r e o r other emergency occurring i n the County or t h e
    I
                .City, which i s , o r I S l i k e l y to be, beyond the control of the s e r v i c e s ,                    -
    I       -    personnel,. equipment, a n d -facil-i ties- of the--agency o r - F i r e Department
                 having j u r i s d i c t i o n , which are a party to the Agreement, s h a l l hereby be
I               authorized t o request mutual a i d a s s i s t a n c e from County, City, o r . Fire
                P r o t e c t i o n D i s t r i c t s w h i c h a r e a party to t h i s Agreement under the
I               following terms and conditions:

I                 1. The City proposes to respond a n d a s s i s t t h e County in the event t h e
1                     County requests mutual aid.
                  2. The County. proposes t o respond and a s s i s t the City in. the event t h e
                     City r e q u e s t s mutual a i d .
                 3. The p a r t i e s a u t h o r i z e t h e i r f i r e c h i e f o r , in h i s absence, the
                    s e n i o r o f f i c e r o r o t h e r member i n charge t o request .and a f f o r d
                  . mutual a i d from and t o the other p a r t y upon t h e i r request.

                 4. The' a s s i s t a n c e t o be rendered pursuant to the Agreement i s to be
                     supplementary in nature and the e x t e n t of the a i d t o be furnished i s
                     s u b j e c t to t h e e x e r c i s e of d i s c r e t i o n on the p a r t of the agency
                     f u r n i s h i n g such a s s i s t a n c e in o r d e r t h a t the protection of l i v e s and
                     property within the t e r r i t o r i a ? 1 i m i t s o f the furnishing agency
                     s h a l l not be impaired.



                5. There s h a l l be no l i a b i l i t y f o r f a i l u r e to reach the place of f i r e
                   o r o t h e r emergency when o r where conditions e x i s t w h i c h would, in
                   the second judgement of the person in charge, be prohibitive,
                   da@erous, o r beyond the physical c o n t r o l of t h e responding party.
                6. The personnel furnished will work, i n s o f a r as possible, under t h e i r
                   own supervisors, and the equipnent f u r n i s h e d w i l l , insofar a s
                   p o s s i b l e , be operated by the personnel of the agency furnishing
                   equipment. The o v e r a l l command of f o r c e s engaged in c o n t r o l l i n g a
                   p a r t i c u l a r emergency s i t u a t i o n s h a l l be r e t a i n e d by the appropriate
                   a u t h o r i t y having j u r i s d i c t i o n .
                7. No party furnishing a i d pursuant t o t h e Agreement s h a l l be e n t i t l e d
                   t o compensation f o r s e r v i c e s rendered t o the requesting agency, i t
                   being understood t h a t the respective covenants contained in t h i s
                   Agreement s h a l l c o n s t i t u t e the s o l e considera t i o n f o r such s e r v i c e s .
            8. Any s e r v i c e s performed or expenditures made i n connection with
               f u r n i s h i n g of assistance s h a l l conclusively be presumed to be f o r
               t h e d i r e c t protection of the i n h a b i t a n t s and property of the party
               f u r n i s h i n g a s s i s t a n c e and f o r the d i r e c t b e n e f i t of a l l the
               i n h a b i t a n t s and c i t i z e n s of the County a n d City which a r e a party t o
               t h i s Agreement.                                                                                        .
      I nterl oca 1 Agreement
      Page 3

       9. I t i s mutually understood and agreed t h a t t h i s Agreement does not
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          r e l i e v e any p a r t y h e r e t o from the n e c e s s i t y a n d o b l i g a t i o n of
          f u r n i s h i n g adequate f i r e protection within i t s cxyn j u r i s d i c t i o n .
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  10. ~ h i s  Agreement s h a l l not be construed a s , o r deemed t o be a n
      Agreement f o r t h e b e n e f i t of any t h i r d p a r t y o r p a r t i e s , and no
      t h i r d p a r t y o r p a r t i e s s h a l l have a r i g h t of a c t i o n hereunder f o r
      any cause whatsoever.
         The j u r i s d i c t i o n which furnished any e q u i p r e n t pursuant t o the
         Agreement s h a l l bear t h e loss o r damage t o such equipment a n d s h a l l
         pay any expenses i n c u r r e d in the o p e r a t i o n and maintenance thereof.
         The j u r i s d i c t i o n which furnished a i d pursuant t o t h i s Agreement
         s h a l l compensate i t s employees during t h e time o f t h e rendering of
         such ai.d a?d s h a l l d e f r a y the actual t r a v e l a n d maintenance       .
         expenses o f such employees while they a r e rendering such a i d ,
         including any amounts paid o r due f o r compensation due to personal
         i n j u r y or death while such employees are engaged in rendering such
         aid.
 12. I t s h a l l be t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y of t h e s e n i o r f i r e o f f i c e r o f t h e
     r e s p o n s i b l e j u r i s d i c t i o n t o u t i l i z e the s t a f f i n g and equipment from
     the j u r i s d i c t i o n providing a i d only t o t h e e x t e n t t h a t i s required
     t o bring t h e emergency under c o n t r o l .
 13.      The j u r i s d i c t i o n providing a i d s h a l l not be required t o provide
          a s s i s t a n c e f o r overhaul and clean-up operations a f t e r the f i r e .
 14:      The s t a f f and equipment 'from t h e ' j u r i s d i c t i o n providing a i d s h a l l
          be t h e f i r s t r e l e a s e d from the scene of a n emergency.
 15.      Each party agrees and represents t h a t i t has insurance a n d will
         continue t o i n s u r e t h a t : 1) I t ' s t r u c k s , apparatus, and equipment
         a g a i n s t claims f o r personal i n j u r y , o r property damage; a n d , 2)
         provides workers' compensation insurance f o r a71 i t s personnel; o r ,
         3 ) In the absence of l i a b i l i t y andlor workers 'compensation t o           ,
         f o r e v e r hold harmless and non-t-esponsible the c t h e r party f o r ;ny
         claims by personnel o r t h e general public a r i s i n g from a s s i s t a n c e
         provided by the terms of t h i s Agreement.
16.     The f i r e c h i e f s o f C i t y and County s h a l l proceed towards combining
        t r a i n i n g f a c i l i t i e s a n d . functions t o provide maximum coordination
        o f f i r e u n i t s and personnel during j o i n t operations.
17.     O f f i c i a l CFIRS r e p o r t s s h a l l be maintained by the party in whose
        j u r i s d i c t i o n t h e i n c i d e n t occurs. The party in whose j u r i s d i c t i o n
        the i n c i d e n t occurs s h a l l in a l l c a s e s continue t o t h e scene t o
        o b t a i n the necessary i n f o r m a t i o n f o r the r e p o r t .
           lnlerlocal Agreement
           Page 5
1          This agreement made and entered into this       ~~4day of&dyUn        Yq               ,2000

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                                                              The city ofPerry
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                                                             The Honorable W l i a m Alexinder,
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                                                             Taylor County Board of County Commissioners


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          The Honorable Annie Mae ~ u r b h y d
          Clerk of the County Courts
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                                             CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
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          ANNIE M A E MURPHY                     1 8 N. JEFFERSON
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           CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT                 PERRY, FLORIDA 32348                       PHONE (850)838-3506
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               CLERK AND AUDITOR                                                              SUNCOM 282-3025 282-3026
        BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS          September 20, 2006                                 FAX   (850)
                                                                                                            838-3549

    1       TO THE HONORABLE BOARD
            OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
            TAYLOR COUNTY
            P 0 BOX 620
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I           PERRY, FL 32348

1          DEAR COMMISSIONERS:
            This is to advise that one of the COUNTY TAX DEED APPLICATIONS being No. 06-012
           had no bidders at the Public Sale, and therefore has been placed on the list
            entitled "LAND AVAILABLE FOR TAXES".
           THE TAX CERTIFICATE No. 385 of 1999.
           THE PARCEL NO. R05277-000.
           THE OPENING BASE BID on 9/12/06 was $3,317.36.
           THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY IS:                                            '"
                                                       "The West One-Half Lot 4 of Block I D of
                   N L SMITH SUBDIVISION".




           The County may purcase the land for the opening bid during the first 90 days of
           being placed on the list of "LAND AVAILABLE FOR TAXES".                  THEREAFTER any Person, the
           County, or any other Governmental unit may purchase the land from the Clerk.
           THIS IS THE OFFICIAL 90 DAY NOTICE.
           Assuring you of my cooperation, I am

           Sincerely
            Lmwlmwpd
           Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk
24.   THE BOARD TO HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING, FOR T H I S DATE AT
      6:35 P.M., TO HEAR AN APPLICATION FOR S P E C I A L EVENTS
      PERMIT (MUD-BOG) , TO BE HELD ON OCTOBER 29, 2006, FROM
      7:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M., AS SUBMITTED BY JOHN KNIGHT.

COUNTY STAFF ITEMS:

25. THE BOARD TO RECEIVE UPDATE FROM COUNTY ATTORNEY ON DCA
    ISSUES.

26. RENA' COURTNEY TO DISCUSS SOLUTIONS TO 911 PROBLEMS I N
    STEINHATCHEE   .
27. THE BOARD TO SELECT AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER,
    AS AGENDAED BY THE GRANTS COORDINATOR.

28. THE BOARD TO REVIEW FOR ACCEPTANCE, THE GRADED ROAD
    STANDARD, AS AGENDAED BY THE COUNTY BUILDING O F F I C I A L .

29. THE BOARD TO REVIEW AND ACCEPT CEMETERY MOWING
    CONTRACT, AS SUBMITTED BY ANDY MCLEOD, PUBLIC WORKS
      DIRECTOR.

30. THE BOARD TO REVIEW INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR F I R E
    SERVICE BETWEEN THE C I T Y O F PERRY AND TAYLOR COUNTY, AS
    SUBMITTED BY THE' COUNTY ADMINSTRATOR AND STEVE MILLER,
    COUNTY F I R E C H I E F .

GZBERAL BUSINESS :

31. COMMISSIONER BETHEA TO DISCUSS ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY        ON
    COUNTY ROADS.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR INFORMATIONAL ITEMS:

BOARD INFORMATIONAL ITEMS:

      Examination and approval of invoices
      Motion to adjourn

FOR YOUR INFORMATTON :

ENCLOSED FOR YOUR INFORMATION I S AN O F F I C I A L 90 DAY NOTICE
O F "LAND AVAILABLE FOR TAXES", REGARDING COUNTY TAX DEED
APPLICATION NO. 06-012.